Bloomberg reports that Tesla is about to bring photovoltaic panels and Powerwall batteries to U.S. retail giant Home Depot.
Tesla-branded selling spaces will be installed at about 800 locations, with its own employees on hand to explain the benefits.
The much-anticipated solar roof, which generates electricity but looks and costs like a regular (high-end) roof, will also be added to the inventory.
Tesla plans to manufacture its panels within the U.S., which will make them exempt from the new Trump solar tariff.
Solar panel installations cost between USD $10,000 to USD 30,000, but costs are expected to rise up to 5 percent, due to the tariffs.
The average cost to install a Tesla solar roof will obviously come at a premium. Consumer Reports estimates that a 3,000-square-foot Solar Roof will cost USD $73,500.