The environmental disaster known as the Salton Sea could be a deciding factor in California’s plan to win the bid for the Tesla Gigafactory
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Visual Capitalist has produced an infographic explaining how the Tesla Gigafactory will employ economies of scale to lower the cost of EV batteries.
Tesla is still on the hunt for a location to build its Gigafactory, and while California was not on the short list of locations initially, Governor Jerry Brown has still approved potential property tax breaks for the electric car maker. California has been lobbying hard to land the first Gigafactory. Governor Jerry Brown and a bi-partisan […]
Panasonic has agreed to invest $200 million dollars in the new battery Gigafactory, and will sign an agreement with Tesla soon.
This year, Tesla Motors hopes to sell approximately 35,000 Model S sedans. By 2020 though, Tesla plans to sell 500,000 electric vehicles. Can they do it?
When there are billions of dollars and thousands of jobs in the balance, things tend to get a little bit strange. Consider this: a man in Albuquerque, New Mexico is offering 400 acres of land – for free! – to Tesla Motors to build their Gigafactory on. The Gigafactory is the brain child of Tesla […]
Bipartisan legislation backed by California Governor Jerry Brown has been introduced to possibly make California the home of the first Tesla Gigafactory.
Governor Rick Perry, has been doing his best to bring the Tesla Gigafactory to Texas so it’s no wonder why he showed up to his hotel in a Tesla Model S.
Panasonic has big plans for the Tesla Gigafactory , expecting to become the sole manufacturer of batteries at the $5 billion facility.
The first Tesla Gigafactory may end up being one of hundreds, with Elon Musk envisioning battery-building gigafactories all across the world.
By the end of the year, Tesla’s contract to supply battery packs for the Toyota RAV4 EV will come to an end, and Tesla won’t seek its renewal.
Imagine if the next new car you bought lasted the rest of your life? The Tesla Gigafactory could make that possible, selling new batteries to old Teslas.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk is reportedly ready to announce the two finalists for the location of the coveted Gigafactory, and may break ground at both sites.
California was thought to be out of contention Elon Musk’s proposed battery Gigafactory, but a new report suggests the Golden State is still in the running.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has plans to build a massive battery “Gigafactory” someplace in the United States. The Gigafactory would start production by 2017 and by 2020 would produce enough lithium-ion batteries batteries for 500,000 electric cars. The question is will this become a reality? Tesla sold 23,000 cars last year, and all of them ran off […]
Tesla’s proposed Gigafactory has four states vying for multi-billion dollar project, and it could also make the Tesla Model S America’s most American car.
An Arizona mining company wants to supply the Tesla Gigafactory with greener raw materials for EV batteries. Will this make Arizona the Gigafactory host?
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Tesla Gigafactory won’t be in California. So will the lucky state be Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, or Nevada?
Elon Musk has released six pages of details on the Tesla Gigafactory which could have an annual capacity of 500,000 EV batteries a year.