The incident was reported to have occurred in June 2018, but the e-commerce giant has just come out with the information. Bloomberg Amazon told the publication by email that it had taken steps to protect its equipment and not to install any Tesla systems going forward. We reached out to both companies to confirm the news and let you know if they would, and if they plan to work things out.
After the news came out that Walmart sued Tesla, the company issued a statement saying they were in discussions to resolve the issue. The Amazon warehouse incident seems to be smaller in size ̵1; the e-commerce giant says it has a very small number of Tesla solar installations to begin with – but a claim from a massive company isn't still a good look for SolarCity. The division's operations are still underdeveloped and the company hopes. It was reported to have faced production issues last year due to technical challenges, and a more recent report said it exported most of the solar cells produced in New York to its core instead of using those this is for Solar Roof installation.