Elon Musk’s TESLA Next Gigafactory Moves Fast


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Tesla has been given the go-ahead from a German court to cut down trees for its new European factory.

Though it doesn’t yet have planning permission to build the so-called Gigafactory in Brandenburg, the local government agency overseeing its intended site gave it permission to clear 91 hectares of forest land.
Environmental campaigners opposed to the chopping down of trees had managed to get the higher administrative court of Berlin and Brandenburg to issue an injunction to temporarily halt the preparatory work.

But the court, which oversees the region in which Tesla plans on building its new plant, on Thursday decided to throw out the injunction.
The decision is “final,” the court said in a statement, paving the way for the U.S. electric car giant to resume the forest clearance.

The Green League activist group in Brandenburg, which is situated south-east of Berlin, had expressed anger over the environmental impact of Tesla’s European Gigafactory. But the company said it had addressed such concerns and would replant trees to cover an area “three times the factory plot.”

Tesla plans to begin construction of the facility this year and is looking to begin vehicle production by 2021, with a view to manufacture 500,000 cars annually. It will be the company’s fourth Gigafactory, with others located in Nevada, New York and more recently Shanghai, China.

The firm’s billionaire CEO Elon Musk has called German engineering “outstanding” and said it’s “part of the reason” as to why it’s locating its European plant in the country. Germany is home to two of the world’s largest automakers, Volkswagen and Daimler.

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  1. Joshua Jerome
    Joshua Jerome says:

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  2. Neil Biggs
    Neil Biggs says:

    Great show. Looks like Tesla should start building Gigafactories just for the stainless steel models. I can see steel vehicles for all sized platforms. They should be using more solar on the upper surfaces and piezoelectric suspension to further increase the range. Go Elon. End of the ICE age beginning of the NICE age.

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