Ventilators & Masks From Elon Musk … Iceland COVID-19 Testing … Electric Car Cost Tipping Point — CleanTechnica Top 20
The most popular CleanTechnica stories last week involved ventilators, N95 masks, electric car tipping points, COVID-19 testing, and investing in toilet paper vs. Tesla stock. Yes, we are living in strange times
Elon Musk has shipped 255 ventilators to New York City and promises to make more soon at Tesla Gigafactory 2 in Buffalo
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Elon Musk has purchased 1,200 ventilators from China and had them air lifted to Los Angeles. He says Tesla is gearing up to produce more at its factory in Fremont.
We get a lot of flack here at CleanTechnica for being Tesla fanboys, but in reality, we are just a bunch of clean technology nuts that love the things Tesla has done, is doing, and is expected to do out into the future
Elon Musk told an audience this week college is mostly for having fun and not for learning. He wants his companies to hire exceptionally talented people instead of relying on college degrees.
Elon Musk revealed on Monday that Tesla has just produced its millionth vehicle, a red Tesla Model
This is something that has struck me several times, but I haven’t really seen people discussing the matter. It demonstrates, in its own special way, how far Tesla has come in a few short years. There are a few sides to it — production, company health, and stage of Tesla options. I’ll quickly discuss each of these
Elon Musk will be attending the Giga Berlin groundbreaking ceremony later this month, Armen Hareyan of Torque News indicates. In the Torque News video, Hareyan refers to another news article quoting Jorg Steinbach, Brandenburg’s Economic Minister, who said the groundbreaking ceremony for Tesla’s fourth Gigafactory in Berlin will be scheduled in March
Tesla has met its goal of hiring 1,450 workers at Gigafactory 2 outside Buffalo, New York two months early. Elon Musk says he will deliver a “company talk” there in April.