Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel to outer space, and then keep going? What would you find? Scientists are able to explain a lot of what youâd see. But there are some things we donât know yet, like whether space just goes on forever.
California’s largest active fire continues to burn Sunday after tearing through a small community overnight. The Dixie Fire, which started earlier this month and has now burned more than 190,000 acres, forced a new wave of evacuations in Northern California…
On Saturday, President-elect Joe Biden introduced his climate team at The Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware. Biden’s would-be energy secretary, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, talked about U.S. investment of trillions for “electric cars, solar panels, wind turbines, and energy-efficient…
Tesla fans have zeroed in on a battery startup called Amprius. A number of clues indicate that it may be or may have been acquired by Tesla, or at least plays a role in Tesla’s battery innovation and coming announcements at Tesla Battery Day. I’ll come back to the Tesla–Amprius connections in a minute. First, once I saw the name popping up, I recognized it and decided to check the CleanTechnica archives for it. Let’s start there
Tesla’s Fremont factory is open. The Model Y SUV is being delivered en masse to customers. And the Silicon Valley automaker is investing heavily in its German Gigafactory and pending US Terafactory (location TBD). Tesla’s Cybertruck is being prioritized and pulled forward while the company’s Semi truck and Roadster launch is slated (soon after) to follow
As you may have read, Tesla reopened its Fremont factory yesterday. You may have even read that this was controversial. Following that, Elon Musk sent an email to Tesla employees thanking them for their hard work in making Tesla successful
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.
Tesla has issued a statement saying it will temporarily close its factories in Fremont and Buffalo due to the coronavirus pandemic.
& Testing at the Fremont Track (pics, videos)