Going in the stats provided by this previous answer, you would need 33 and 1/3 square meters of solar panels to produce that much energy. That’s 5,000 watts of power / 150 watts of power (provided by 1 square meter of solar paneling). This is, of course in perfect sunlight. If the climate is less than favorable, the amount of energy produced decreases significantly. Thanks to the state of California, SolarCity and Tesla are conducting research on how to store energy generated during peak hours in a lithium-ion battery, enabling it to be used when the conditions are less favorable.
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