Tesla-SolarCity deal will make the most of synergies, says BNEF

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The future for Tesla-SolarCity could lie in aggregating rooftop PV with stationary energy storage, EVs and other distributed energy resources, the head of energy storage market analysis at Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) has said.

Logan Goldie-Scott offered his reaction to the proposed merger between one of the US’ leading rooftop solar companies and Elon Musk’s luxury car brand-turned energy industry disruptor.

Speaking to sister title Energy-Storage.News at the Electrical Energy Storage trade show in Munich this week, Goldie-Scott said Elon Musk had been right to “identify product synergies between the two companies”.

To read more on Goldie-Scott’s thoughts on the potential of Tesla-SolarCity, click here for the full story on Energy-Storage News.

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