Tesla has begun sending invitations to some investors for battery-day events.

On September 3rd it was reported that Tesla, the electric car maker, had begun sending invitations to some investors to attend the company’s 2020 annual general meeting and Battery Day. It is reported that on Tuesday, the invitation to the two events began to circulate online pictures. Photo Tesla will host both events at the Tesla plant in Page Ave.901, California, on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, local time.

Tesla has begun sending invitations to some investors for battery-day events.

Among them, the 2020 Annual General Meeting is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time. After the shareholders’ meeting, the “Battery Day” campaign begins.

It is reported that Tesla will broadcast the event publicly, but because the large-scale event by the new crown outbreak-related restrictions, the number of people in person will be very limited. As a result, the company randomly selects shareholders who can participate in the event.

In June, Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, tweeted that Tesla’s annual general meeting was tentatively scheduled for September 15 and that a “battery day” would be held.

Tesla had planned to hold its annual general meeting on July 7th, but would have to postpone it because it would not allow a big rally until July 7th.

In addition, Tesla’s Battery Day event was originally scheduled for April, but was postponed due to the effects of the new coronavirus pandemic. Tesla is expected to announce its new battery technology and battery production plans at the event,media said.

Earlier,media reported that the company is expected to “battery day” activities to announce details of its “million miles” battery. It is reported that the battery is a lithium-ion battery, using a new generation of “single crystal” NMC 532 cathode and a new advanced electrolyte, can make electric vehicles can continue to travel 1 million miles (about 1.61 million kilometers).

In addition, Musk said on Twitter that the company’s Battery Day campaign would include a visit to the company’s experimental battery line in Fremont.