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    Four states report record one-day increases in COVID-19 cases An angry woman wrecked the wine display at a supermarket after being asked to follow COVID-19 one-way system Teslas new tabless cell design is brilliant, said a top battery researcher © Tesla/Youtube Tesla new 4680 battery cell was revealed last week. Tesla/Youtube Tesla's new 4680 battery cell is an "A-plus" design according to Shirley Meng, a scientist from the University of California San Diego. But she added that Tesla can't achieve is ambitious goals by itself — to get to ten terawatts of worldwide capacity, other players will be required. "The world needs so many batteries," she said. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tesla's Battery Day...
    Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced a 'tabless' battery at the firm's live-streamed 'Battery Day' that had attendees sitting in their own Tesla watching the billionaire speak on a stage.  Musk shared the firm is currently producing the cell, dubbed 4680, at its pilot Fremont gigafactory -making it Tesla's first in-house battery. Eliminating the tabs allows for continual motion through the system, which provides six times the power and enables a 16 percent range increase to vehicles.  Musk also revealed the firm plans to make 20 million electric vehicles a year, along with an affordable model for $25,000 that is also fully autonomous.  Scroll down for videos  Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced a 'tabless' battery at the firm's live-streamed 'Battery Day'...
    FREMONT, Calif. (KGO) -- Tesla is expected to announce details about a new type of battery cell it has developed, but CEO Elon Musk cautioned about hurdles to reaching mass production.Tesla shares sank more than 5% Tuesday after CEO Elon Musk sought to manage expectations ahead of the electric carmaker's Battery Day presentation.Musk's company is expected to announce on Tuesday details about a new type of battery cell it has developed. Analysts had hoped the technology could help Tesla maintain its edge over rivals in the electric vehicle space, but Musk dampened such hopes Monday when he cautioned about hurdles to reaching mass production."Important note about Tesla Battery Day unveil tomorrow," Musk tweeted, often his go-to for communications about the...
    Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, stands on the construction site of the Tesla Gigafactory in Grünheide near Berlin, September 3, 2020.Patrick Pleul | picture alliance | Getty Images Tesla shares sank 4% in premarket trading Tuesday, after CEO Elon Musk sought to manage expectations ahead of the electric carmaker's "battery day" presentation. Musk's firm is expected to announce on Tuesday details about a new type of battery cell it has developed. Analysts had hoped the technology could help Tesla maintain its edge over rivals in the electric vehicle space, but Musk dampened such hopes Monday when he cautioned about hurdles to reaching mass production. "Important note about Tesla Battery Day unveil tomorrow," Musk stated via Twitter, often his go-to for communications about...
    The Tesla “battery day” presentation is almost here, set to take place tomorrow after being rescheduled from April due to the coronavirus pandemic. But with just hours to go until the company reveals something — the expectation is that it has developed at least one new type of battery cell that could help it stay ahead of growing EV competition — Elon Musk has some news. We intend to increase, not reduce battery cell purchases from Panasonic, LG & CATL (possibly other partners too). However, even with our cell suppliers going at maximum speed, we still foresee significant shortages in 2022 & beyond unless we also take action ourselves. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 21, 2020 ...
    Tesla Chief Executive Office Elon Musk speaks at his company's factory in Fremont, California.Noah Berger | Reuters Tesla plans to host its annual shareholder meeting, followed by a "battery technology day" presentation, on Tuesday, September 22. Elon Musk's electric car company is likely to disclose specifications for at least one new type of battery cell that the company has been developing, and may give an aspiring start-date for manufacturing its own cells at scale, too. As CNBC previously reported, Tesla has established a prototype manufacturing line for battery cells at their skunkworks lab in Fremont, California, near its U.S. car plant. Since January 2017, the EV maker has mass manufactured battery cells for its cars and energy storage products at its...
    University of Wisconsin-Madison restricts student movement after coronavirus surge You Can Get Free Chicken Tenders When You Order KFC Through DoorDash This Month Nikola’s stock rockets after GM takes $2 billion equity stake, announces partnership Shares of Nikola Corp. rocketed higher Tuesday, after the battery- and hydrogen-electric vehicles maker disclosed a large equity investment by General Motors Co., as well as a “potential game changing” partnership to build the Nikola Badger pickup truck. © Nikola Corp. The Phoenix-based Nikola (NKLA) said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that it entered into a subscription agreement last Thursday in which it will issue and sell 47.7 million shares of common stock to GM (GM) valued at $2.0 billion. The...
    New York (CNN)General Motors and Nikola are teaming up to work on the Nikola Badger, a fully electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric pickup truck.The partnership gives General Motors (GM) an 11% stake in the startup, receiving $2 billion in equity, the companies said in a news release. GM will also get the right to nominate one director to Nikola's board.Nikola shares rose more than 30% in premarket trading Tuesday on the news. General Motors will be the exclusive supplier of fuel cells to Nikola's (NKLA) Class 7/8 trucks, in all areas besides Europe, the companies said. The partnership is the latest move by GM to expand its electric vehicle alliances. Last week, GM announced that it was teaming up...
    General Motors is taking a $2 billion equity stake in Nikola that will see it engineer and make the company’s Badger, a fully-electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric pickup truck. Nikola will use GM’s Ultium battery system and Hydrotec fuel cell technology. The Badger is expected to be in production by the end of 2022. Nikola will be responsible for the sales and marketing of the Badger and keep the Nikola Badger brand. GM will also be the exclusive supplier of fuel cells globally (outside of Europe) to Nikola for Class 7/8 trucks. It will receive 11% ownership of Nikola and the right to nominate one director to its board. Nikola Corp. said Tuesday that it anticipates saving...
    The Chinese brand now brings its first 5G cell phone to Mexico, the Find X2 Neo, in addition to another that stands out for its 5,000 mAh battery, the Oppo A72. restarted operations in the Latin American country (it closed its presence here in 2015), and has launched cell phones with good features, but all of them in the mid-range. “data-reactid =” 13 “> In March 2020, the company restarted operations in the country Latin American (it closed its presence here in 2015), and has launched cell phones with good features, but all of them in the mid-range. Oppo Find X2 Neo Oppo Find X2 Neo art More refresh rate of 90 Hz, which means that it updates its...
    PHOENIX (AP) — A “thermal runaway” likely caused the April 2019 explosion at a battery storage facility west of Phoenix that injured eight Peoria firefighters, according to a new report. Authorities responded to a report of smoke at the McMicken Energy Storage facility in Surprise and called for more resources after realizing hazardous materials may have been involved. The facility owned by Arizona Public Service Co. contains a utility-scaled battery to store and distribute solar energy. The firefighters were evaluating the lithium battery when an explosion hospitalized them with chemical and chemical-inhalation burns. A report commissioned by APS but conducted by outside experts concludes that the explosion “was actually an extensive cascading thermal runaway event, initiated by an internal cell...
    Mental fitness claim halts 2nd federal execution The recipe tweak that ruined McDonalds fries BMW Signs $2.3 Billion Battery Order With Goldman-Backed Firm (Bloomberg) -- BMW AG signed a deal with Goldman Sachs Group Inc.-backed Northvolt AB for 2 billion euros ($2.3 billion) of battery cells to power the German company’s electric cars. © Bloomberg Peter Carlsson, chief executive officer of Northvolt AB, holds a prismatic cell battery, left, and a cylindrical cell battery, at the company's plant in Vasteras, Sweden. Northvolt, a Swedish firm started by two former Tesla Inc. executives, will manufacture the cells using renewable electricity and deliver them from 2024 as part of a long-term contract, BMW said in a statement Thursday. Load Error ...
    Breaking News — Frankfurt (Germany), Jul 3 . .- Mercedes-Benz, a car manufacturer owned by Daimler, will enter the capital of the Chinese battery cell manufacturer Farasis Energy with a 3% stake and form a strategic collaboration. Mercedes-Benz reported on Friday that with this collaboration, which must still be approved by regulatory authorities, it is taking another step to achieve the transformation to mobility without CO2 emissions. The star brand and Farasis will deploy and industrialize highly developed cell technologies at lower costs. The contract ensures Mercedes-Benz the safe supply of batteries for its electric offensive, while Farasis is confident in planning its battery production capabilities. In order to meet the needs of German Mercedes-Benz factories in the future,...
    Oklahoma State says investigation found no signs of racism from Gundy After ‘Very Disturbing Week,’ Dr. Anthony Fauci Says Country Heading In Wrong Direction Mercedes buys stake in China battery cell company Daimler AG said Friday that its premium brand Mercedes-Benz has taken an equity stake in Chinese battery cell manufacturer Farasis Energy (Ganzhou) Co. The German car manufacturer said the stake is part of a broader partnership focusing on the energy density of advanced cell technologies and reducing charging times. Farasis is also building a carbon-neutral battery cell plant in Bitterfeld-Wolfen, in east Germany, which will create up to 2,000 jobs. No financial details were disclosed. Write to Jessica Sier at jessica.sier@wsj.com Continue Reading Show full articles without...