Since the original purpose of Tesla's Gigafactory 2 is not yet working, Tesla adds new products to the factory, including the production of Supercharger V3 and energy products.
Yesterday Reuters report highlighted how the Tesla 2 Gigafactory is now mainly used by Panasonic to supply solar products to other solar companies.
Originally, Tesla planned to use Panasonic's solar panels at the plant to build their solar shingles in place in Buffalo, but the product saw
Now we learn that the company is still using the plant, adding new product lines in place.
"In addition to scaling the production of solar roofs, Tesla also diversifies its presence in Buffalo by producing and assembling the supercharger and components for energy storage at Gigafactory 2. We strive to invest in Buffalo and state, while new power lines will deliver more high-tech work. During Tesla's support for energy-saving products and global boost infrastructure.
In a New York State Tesla report that the first production line for the new Supercharger office is now in operation and plans to deploy additional lines
Earlier this year, Tesla launched its new, more powerful Supercharger V3 with its full new architecture
Buffalo News Announces New Feed From Tesla:
"New products are a way of bringing more work and a more diverse line of products to the Buffalo factory while Tesla's solar energy business falls. The company is less than a year from the requirement that it is twice the size of its workforce, or threatens a state of $ 41.2 million in fines, which has built a plant with $ 750 million in taxpayers' money.
Tesla and Panasonic employed 500 workers last month, and according to their data, they took up 730 workers.
This is an interesting development, and it sounds like a clever way to use space
In addition, I hope this means that they will be able to increase the production of the Supercharger V3 and start deploying more stations because, as far as We know that there is still only one V3 station. ] What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below.
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