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It’s Official! – Giga Berlin Now Has Official Pages On Tesla.com

Tesla.com just added an official page for the on-going Giga Berlin electric car manufacturing plant project.

Check out what Tesla has to say about the project below.:

Tesla in Europe

Tesla’s mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy. Localizing our manufacturing presence is critical to achieving this goal and making our cars more easily accessible to customers around the world.

Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg is the next phase of Tesla’s presence in Europe. We already operate an assembly facility for Model S and Model X in Tilburg, the Netherlands. In addition, Tesla Grohmann Automation in Prüm, Germany, specializes in automation of our production processes. In total, we currently already employ around 5,500 people in Europe.

Located at a 300-hectare site in the municipality of Grünheide, construction of Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg is expected to begin in 2020 with production targeted for 2021. Phase 1 will focus on production of Model Y, with a target capacity of 10,000 vehicles per week. We estimate that during Phase 1, we will employ up to 12,000 people, with roles being filled by local residents and employees from wider Europe. We want the best talent collaborating and working together to achieve the mission.

Sustainability

We are committed to improving the natural environment near the factory and in the wider state of Brandenburg. We aim to replant an area three times the factory plot, with mixed trees native to their habitat and the potential to become an old growth forest, while working with environmental and other expert groups for the best possible outcome. We are also working to ensure plenty of clean drinking water through water-saving measures in the factory as well as a structural solution with and for the community in the medium term.

Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg will have a solar roof and aims to use renewable electricity to help Germany and Brandenburg achieve its ambitious ‘Energiewende’ objectives. We aim to maximize the benefits of the location’s  excellent passenger and freight rail connections, by building an on-site rail freight yard, and making it as attractive as possible to commute to the factory by rail.

By working with local communities and local and regional authorities and environmental groups, Tesla aims to be the best possible local partner as we build a cleaner future together.

Link: https://www.tesla.com/gigafactory-berlin

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