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And The Next! 4th Roof Goes Up At Tesla Gigafactory Berlin (With Video)

The next big roof is going up at a rapid clip at at the Tesla Berlin Gigafactory in Grünheide, Brandenberg. That makes it four! Tesla Gigafactory Berlin General Assembly Building (Viewed from East). Image Courtesy: Tobias Lindh We saw the previous roof start to go up on the body in white building at the end [&hellip

7 Top Takeaways From Tesla’s Q2 Earnings Call

Did Tesla’s Q2 earnings mark a critical moment in automotive history? Is this the beginning of an auto industry upheaval? One chart (scroll below) is definitely telling. Yes, the drama and dichotomy of Elon Musk was on full display last night

Tesla Semi Pilot Line “Coming Together” — Employee Leak

A Tesla employee based at Tesla Gigafactory 1 in Nevada has indicated that the pilot production line for the Tesla Semi is under development and things seem to be going well. This person tweeted last week, “New nugget: pilot line for Semi coming together….”

Elon Musk Shares Pic & Fun Notes On Tesla Giga Berlin

Tesla CEO Elon Musk moments ago tweeted out a sunny, light rendering of Tesla Giga Berlin, the gigafactory in Germany currently under construction. The tweet was followed by numerous questions from Tesla fans, with Musk answering several of them

Tesla Giga Berlin Surprises, Exploring The Lordstown Endurance Pickup, Tons Of EV News — CleanTech News Show #15

This is the 15th broadcast of CleanTechnica’s weekly news show. This week’s show covers the new Lordstown Endurance, Tesla Giga Berlin plan changes (which I think we’re the only ones to dig into so carefully and with enough context), the end of Byton, three new Citroën EVs, and more. Here are the stories covered in this week’s show

Elon Musk Uses Economies of Scale & Vertical Integration to Revolutionize Auto Industry

When economics professors explain the concept of an industry with high “barriers to entry,” the examples they usually reach for are automobiles and space flight. Setting up a lemonade stand (or, these days, a software company) may be child’s play, but the complexity and massive capital requirements of the “metal-bending industries” have kept them more or less closed shops for as long as they’ve existed

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