Tesla CEO Elon Musk has promised to fix a problem you might not know exists.
The tech industry big-wig claims he can fix South Australia's blackout issue.
Australia has a gas supply shortage. That's a problem for nationwide power, and South Australia is feeling the brunt of it.
And during a heat wave in February, Australia's energy operator intentionally cut power for tens of thousands of people over an energy shortage.
So Tesla has a plan. It will install 100-300 megawatt hours of battery storage in the next 100 days. Musk says if the company doesn't meet the deadline, it's free.
Musk also says the 100-day clock starts once a contract is signed. The battery cells will come from the new Tesla Gigafactory in Nevada.