Tesla-Powerwall-SolarCityDutch electric utility Eneco announced yesterday via a press release that it will bring the Tesla Powerwall to the Benelux (Belgium-Netherlands-Luxembourg) in early 2016.

Eneco will be among the few electric utility companies in Europe profiting from Tesla’s early ramp up of energy storage products as the company recently moved the division’s production to the Gigafactory in order to accelerate output in early 2016.

Green Mountain Power (GMP), an electric utility based in Vermont, recently announced it will bring the Powerwall to its customers starting in January 2016.

As for Eneco, it will also get the first Powerwalls in January, but only to test in two households. The company is expected to start offering the system to customers in the Benelux in the first quarter 2016.

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