Tesla Motors' lithium-ion cell gigafactory in Reno, Nev. could be the first of many, and the automaker was in Japan last week courting suppliers for a possible gigafactory in that country.
Installed capacity of energy storage is expected to more than triple over the next five years, according to a new report.
A Russian-based website is offering computer video feeds into people's homes around the world. A database on the site shows listings for 4,591 cameras in the US, 2,059 in France, and 1,576 in the Netherlands.
Tesla Motors has broken ground in Reno, Nev. for its $5 billion Gigafactory, according to their earnings report. But, Tesla Motors says it is a 'potential' location for the lithium-ion battery factory and the automaker is still looking at other possible sites.
Tesla Motors and Panasonic Corporation have teamed up to build Tesla's highly-anticipated Gigafactory for lithium ion batteries. Tesla Motors says the Gigafactory would add 6,500 jobs by 2020 and boost the surrounding area's economy – but it is not clear where the Gigafactory will be built.
Sales in Brazil are soaring ahead of the World Cup, as Brazilians splurge on expensive sets to watch all the matches in the comfort of their homes.
It's all about the numbers: If Tesla Motors intends to sell more of its electric cars, it'll need more batteries to power them. And while the company has ambitious plans for its own battery manufacturing plant, some of Tesla's backers aren't yet committed to the project.
Elon Musk's Tesla Motors has made tracks in the automobile industry, both for its high-end cars and plans to build a battery plant and control one of the most important parts of producing electric cars.
With all the holiday ads and sales, it may seem like the time to shop is now or never. If you're not on a deadline, however, wait until after Christmas, DealNews explains. Many stores have bigger sales post-holidays to get rid of their inventory. Here are the items you should hold off buying:
General Motors is developing an electric car that can go 200 miles on a charge and would cost $30,000, The Wall Street Journal reports. The car would compete with luxury carmaker Tesla Motors, which plans to roll out its more affordable Model E late in 2016.