Tesla Giga Berlin halt upsets Green Party: ‘You don’t always have to be against everything’

By Joey Klender Posted on February 20, 2020 Tesla’s Giga Berlin plans have the support of the German government’s Green Party. Various members of the political group have spoken out against the recent complaints the Brandenburg Green League has filed against Tesla. “You don’t always have to be against everything,” Deputy Governing Mayor of Berlin […]

The Tesla Model Y is perfectly timed for Europe’s crossover market growth

By Randell Suba Posted on February 13, 2020 The Model Y may be Tesla’s most disruptive vehicle yet, and this will likely be evident in Europe, where crossover sales are expected to increase in the coming years. Tesla’s Giga Berlin is estimated to go online in July 2021 and it will start with the production […]

Tesla applies for subsidies for Giga Berlin’s battery cell production

By Joey Klender Posted on January 27, 2020 Tesla has officially applied for federal subsidies for its upcoming battery cell production in Germany. The move makes it clear that the company’s intentions in the European country are to foster a culture of sustainability and environmental consciousness, as represented by the production of premium electric vehicles […]