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Tesla may or may not have reached an agreement for lithium procurement from northern Mexico.

The Official Word Is That Things Are Moving Faster Than Expected

The first batteries from the Tesla Gigafactory are now expected within 12 months. This is a bit sooner than was previously planned.

Tesla Pays Hackers For Help With Website Security, Volta Announces Free Car Charging Model

Tesla's Gigafactory was filmed by drone again. Tesla is rewarding hackers for finding security bugs. Daimler, Bosch and Car2go are teaming up on autonomous parking. Volta is expanding its free EV charging network.

Japanese Giant Already On Record With Plans To Invest Hundreds Of Millions Into Factory

Tesla Motors' Gigafactory will get hundreds of employees from lithium-ion battery maker Panasonic Corp.

That Battery Plant Is Really, Really Big. It's Also Quite Large.

A new video shows the new Tesla Gigafactory from the air, and gives a sense of just how big this battery plant is going to be.

EV Maker Will Hire Estimated 6,500 For Massive Facility

Tesla starts hiring for engineering, facility management positions for Gigafactory near Reno.

Nevada May Spend $10 Million To Educate Workers

Tesla is already boosting Reno-area minimum wages because of planned payment scale at Gigafactory, and the state of Nevada is talking about millions of dollars of worker investment.

New Pictures Show Progress Is Being Made

Tesla denies reports from the IBEW that construction has been delayed on electric automakers Gigafactory.

DOE Requests Info On Buying Alternative Fuel Vehicles

The DOE seeks information regarding aggregated purchasing of alternative fuel vehicles. The UK government is funding EV charging ans zero-emissions vehicle R&D. New photos show Tesla Gigafactory construction progress.

Kansas City Power & Light Launches 1,000+ EV Charger Network

Tesla's Gigafactory creates an area real estate rush. A news team discovers plans for a Tesla Gallery in San Antonio, TX. Kansas City Power & Light to install over 1,000 EV charging stations.

Motley Fool Investment Writer Shares Tesla Insights

Data company Switch moves in near Tesla Gigafactory, The Motley Fool has some Tesla insights and prospective BMW i8 customers can expect a lengthy wait.

National Biodiesel Board Elects Leadership; DOE Reports Progress In Hydrogen Production

A couple who won a Toyota Mirai at the Los Angeles Auto Show are among the first people to own the new fuel-cell sedan. Marianne Ellis bought the winning ticket - auctioned off by the Environmental Media Association to fund environmental programs - as a possible 30th anniversary gift for her husband, David. The excited couple picked up their ceremonial keys at the LA Auto Show on Wednesday. "For us, it's about being at the cutting edge of change," says Marianne Ellis. "It's a chance to support e

To paraphrase Dr. Evil from Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, why spend a trillion when you could spend ... billions? That's what Panasonic is saying about its investment in Tesla's gigafactory, though there's a catch. The billions are in Japanese yen.

UPDATE: The story's been updated to include a response from Tesla.

UPDATE: The story's been updated to include a response from Tesla.

Movie Tax Breaks, Insurance Companies Losing Out

Now that the Nevada deal for the Tesla Motors Gigafactory has the governor's signature, we've got more details on the automaker's $1.2-billion benefits package. As originally reported, this is the broad breakdown:

When it comes to Nevada's financial incentives that lured Tesla Motors to build its Gigafactory in the Silver State, some lawmakers have said Gov. Brian Sandoval has some 'splain' to do. And such explanations are slated to start today, reports Reuters. When there are $1.3 billion or so worth of incentives, the conversation's likely to be a lengthy one.

You want details on the Gigafactory? You got 'em. At least the preliminary ones. At an event with Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval this afternoon, Tesla Motors announced that its first Gigafactory will be built outside Reno. As was leaked yesterday and confirmed by unnamed state officials today, the plant will be where Tesla will make a big statement not only about EVs but also the power of Nevada to further that particular fight.

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Before the Nevada announcement was hinted at, a deal to incentivize a Tesla Gigafactory in California fell through. Tesla was looking for around $500 million in incentives, which the California Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development was willing to offer in tax breaks along with making the permit and environmental processes easier. According to Senator Ted Gaines, there still remained "a gap between what Tesla wanted and what California was willing to offer," the contents of which

With pro football season about to begin, we thought it appropriate to use a gridiron metaphor: one research firm is estimating that Tesla Motors will outkick its coverage when it comes to the Gigafactory it's planning for the western US, likely Reno, NV. The electric-vehicle maker has said needs the giant battery plant because its annual sales will reach a half-million by the end of the decade. Lux Research is saying the company's EV sales will be closer to about half that.

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