The Tesla Powerwalls will be the smallest utility in North America, the company said on Wednesday.
Tesla Powerhouses, which range from the 5kW model to the 10kW unit, will be priced between $200,000 and $300,000, and will be sold in the states of New York, Massachusetts and California.
The utility will be part of a network of mid-sized utility customers in the U.S., including power companies in Connecticut, New Hampshire, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Tesla also plans to buy and build a network in the Middle East, and plans to expand to Australia.
Tesla said it plans to deliver more Powerwashes to customers in Canada, and in early 2019, it plans on delivering them to other markets.
The company said it would be providing a full service for the Powerwatters in Canada.
Tesla, which said its Model S electric vehicle will sell for about $40,000 in 2017, also said it is building a battery factory in the state of Nevada, with the intention of turning it into a power plant that would power other utility facilities in the future.
The new Powerwatts will be built by Tesla in the Gigafactory in Nevada.
Tesla is building the Gigawatt factory in Fremont, California, for batteries for its Powerwall and Powerpack, the two most powerful electric vehicles in the world.
Tesla has said that Tesla Powerpacks are not only the biggest battery factory ever, but are also one of the most energy efficient.
Tesla’s battery factory will be about 10 times the size of the factory used by Tesla for its Model X, which will be a large SUV with more than 500 miles of range.