Australia’s Victoria to become home of the ‘largest battery in Southern hemisphere’

The 300MW lithium-ion battery is predicted to have enough energy to power half a million homes for one hour

Tesla’s solar and storage installations hit new high in third quarter of 2020

A total of 57MW of solar capacity was installed in the third quarter up from 27MW during the second quarter of 2020

New record for shortest John O’Groats to Land’s End EV charging time

Three representatives from Zero Carbon World achieved the lowest ever total charging time of one hour 31 minutes and 32 seconds on the journey

Qatar launches ‘first of its kind’ energy storage project using Tesla batteries

The £2.1m project aims to secure the country’s production capacity at peak times and enhance energy efficiency

Tesla’s new gigafactory in Berlin granted permit for construction

The permit includes noise, water protection and dust emission requirements the electric automobile manufacturer has to follow during the development of the facility

Tesla announces ‘lowest price’ for solar power in the US

A Californian customer could save up to $88k during the lifetime of a 12.2kW solar system

Tesla granted electricity generation licence in the UK

The electric car manufacturer and technology firm hopes to develop virtual power plants in the UK and in other countries using its ‘Autobidder’ real-time trading and control platform

Tesla announces application for licence to generate electricity

It has not yet been made clear why the company has applied for the licence, which was made to the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority

Tesla’s New York Gigafactory begins ventilator production ‘as soon as humanly possible’

Elon Musk assured New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio that he ‘will do anything in our power to help the citizens of New York’

Tesla suspends production in two factories and applies ‘touchless deliveries’ amid coronavirus outbreak

The technology giant said continued operations in certain locations has caused “challenges for our employees, their families and our suppliers”