As Tesla’s fourth superst plant, Tesla’s Berlin plant will receive final construction permits by the end of 2020. On November 12th Elon Musk, Tesla’s chief executive, announced at an awards ceremony in Berlin, Germany, that the company’s European superst plant would be built in Berlin, Germany.
The plant is the company’s fourth super-factory, along with three in Shanghai, a super-battery plant in Nevada, and a super-factory in Buffalo, New York.
Musk has revealed on Twitter that the plant will be used to produce batteries, powertrans and vehicles, starting with model Y.
The plant, located near the GVZ Berlin-Ost Freienbrink industrial park, will start construction this year and will be completed and put into operation in 2021, with the first phase focusing on the production of Model Y, with the goal of producing 10,000 vehicles per week.
Media said the plant has obtained several specific construction phase of the initial permit, is currently under construction. However,media have previously reported that the company has not yet received full environmental approval, but the use of preliminary permits to speed up the completion of the project.
In addition, Jorg Steinbach, Brandenburg’s economy minister, has previously said he expects comprehensive environmental approvals for Berlin’s super-factories to be completed by the end of 2020.
Without delays and unforeseen obstacles, Tesla will get final construction permits by the end of 2020,media said. (Little Fox)