Tesla partners with Panasonic for $5B Gigafactory battery plant


From www.cbc.ca |Published July 31, 2014

Electric car manufacturer Tesla is to partner with Japanese electronics giant Panasonic to build a $5-billion battery manufacturing plant on U.S. soil.

The Gigafactory, as it’s being called, will produce lithium-ion cells, modules and packs to power Tesla’s vehicles. The location of the factory has yet to be announced. “read more>”: http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/tesla-partners-with-panasonic-for-5b-gigafactory-battery-plant-1.2723850


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