The main reason for having a huge factory dedicated to building these batteries is the simple fact that a lot of people want electric cars, but automakers don’t have enough batteries to make them. Musk said the Gigafactory would be able to produce 500,000 vehicles every year. That’s a huge increase from current production rates — as Forbes notes, the batteries produced at the gigafactory in one year would be “more than the entire worldwide production of lithium-ion cells in 2013.”
we shall see...me and lennie go way...back.Either way the share that REM have in ?Mexico is seriously undervalued.Add in Greenland,and Aus and you have as good a cheap investment as you will find,possibly excepting cyan imo.Different sector of course.Lunch!
Thank God you're here to warn us. So happy you took time out from your extensive money-making elsewhere to warn us of our plight. Was there a lull in your counting of £50 notes and this is your coffee break?
dead in the Mexican ditchwater. Nothing happening here anytime soon. Zooming back to 2p plus !! My ar*e. Easier money to be made elsewhere and a lot quicker. IMHO and all that. Come on Torchy , let's be hearing you. I need a good laugh.
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