Elon Musk fulfilled his promise and built the world’s largest lithium-ion battery to help South Australia with a constantly deteriorating power supply. But he not only took on a difficult task but also drove himself into a tight framework. In his Twitter, he wrote literally the following: “[to be built in] 100 days – or free.”
Note that in September last year in South Australia, there was a power outage across the state. This has led to a national debate on energy security. As a result, the Australian authorities blamed this on failed attempts to use renewable energy sources. The Tesla battery pack is capable of storing a huge amount of energy from renewable sources (mainly wind and sun) to provide electricity to the entire state.