How to Watch Tesla’s Battery Day Presentation on September 22
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- Tesla’s Battery Day event will be broadcast live online after a shareholders’ meeting starting at 4.30pm on Tuesday, September 22nd.
- The event is expected to provide news on long-term battery packs and cell manufacturing methods and changes in the chemistry of battery packs at reduced prices.
- CEO Elon Musk said in a Twitter message that the event was “very crazy”.
The EV manufacturer sits in the EV package because of Tesla’s ability to squeeze every ounce out of its battery pack. Tomorrow, CEO Elon Musk will present the company with information on how to do it and share information on what happens next in the never-ending quest to extend the range of vehicles.
You can tune in to watch Live stream of Battery Day event On Tesla’s own website. It will start directly after the 2020 shareholders meeting. Starts at 4.30 p.m. Tesla will broadcast both events live, so if you’re interested in the business side, it’s for you too. But the real news comes from the battery days presentation. Musk mocked the festival at the beginning of the year but had to postpone it due to issues related to the epidemic. We look forward to a million-mile long battery life package and news of cell production and how the company will work to reduce the cost of cells for their packaging.
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