Tesla on the verge of building world’s largest Battery

Elon Musk, founder and director of Tesla, is a man of his word. In March, the Tesla CEO tweeted a pledge to help South Australia solve its energy problems in 100 days with a new energy storage system – or give the whole thing for free. He is now delivering on that promise, after signing an agreement with the state government to build the battery of the world’s most extensive lithium ions. According to his commitment, if he could not finish in 100 days, the energy titan calculated that he would lose 50 million dollars. This project aims to solve the recent energy problems experienced in the region. Tesla will be carrying out this project along with the French company Neoen, a company which is specialized in renewable energies, and also by the Government of Australia.

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