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Battery cells are now in production at Tesla’s Gigafactory
Thirty months after the first shovel hit the Nevada dirt, Tesla’s massive Nevada Gigafactory is churning out batteries, the company said in a blog post. The carmaker, along with its main battery production partner Panasonic, are building custom-developed “2170” battery cells (named after the dimensions of each battery) that will be installed in battery packs for all Tesla’s products, including the Model S, Model X, and upcoming Model 3. Initially, cells produced at the Gigafactory will be used in Tesla’s new stationary energy storage products, the Powerwall 2 and Powerpack 2, with production of Model 3 cells beginning later this year.
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Tesla will power its Gigafactory with a 70-megawatt solar farm
Tesla plans to power its Gigafactory in Nevada with a 70-megawatt solar farm, according to a company investor relations document obtained by Electrek. At the same time, Tesla announced that it had started production of battery cells at the facility. The 70-megawatt solar array installation planned for the roof is the biggest news, and Tesla claims it will be seven times larger than the world’s next biggest rooftop solar installation.
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