Tesla recently outlined what will determine where the carmaker puts its next plant. Looking at the list, it's easy to imagine Elon Musk wishes he had a do-over and didn't put his first European factory in Germany.
The criteria relayed by Baird's Ben Kallo includes “as little red tape as possible,” the analyst wrote in a Sept. 8 report. Tesla has experienced a good deal of this in Gruenheide, outside Berlin.
It complained in April of last year about the “ irritating” process of getting final approval for the project. Musk's dancing during the plant opening in March was a rare celebratory moment.
The facility — first announced in late 2019 — was delayed for months by legal challenges from environmental groups concerned the site would use too much water and threaten local wildlife.Read more on tech.hindustantimes.com