Tesla's hit the switch on the world's largest lithium ion battery.
After winning a bet to build the huge battery in 100 days, Musk and his team, along with the South Australian government, completed the installation of a Powerpack system with 100 megawatts of capacity on Nov. 23.
And now, it's up and running.
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Representatives from Tesla, French renewable energy company Neoen, and Adelaide engineering firm Consolidated Power Projects will join South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill on Friday, local time, to officially launch the battery, although it was technically turned on Thursday, according to ABC. Read more...More about Australia, Tesla, Elon Musk, Power, and Energy
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