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Stories we discuss in this episode (with links):
- Elon Musk: Tesla will move from California to Texas/Nevada due to local coronavirus response
- Tesla’s Fremont factory restart gets shut down by county officials
- Tesla is trying to reopen Fremont factory today based on vague authorization
- Over half Tesla employees surveyed say CEO Elon Musk’s tweets harming company
- Tesla’s head of Europe exits, reportedly after ‘disputes’ with Elon Musk
- Tesla trade-in values are holding up better than gas cars during pandemic
- Teardown guru Sandy Munro sells Tesla reports mostly to Asian automakers
- Tesla partners with US’ biggest solar installer to deploy Powerwalls
- Tesla patents a new battery cell that Elon Musk hypes as ‘way more important than it sounds’
- Shanghai implements Internet-of-Vehicle plans with 100,000 new data-collecting EV chargers
- First Lexus EV comes with 1 million-km warranty for its air-cooled battery
- Emerging Trend: Tiny EVs for Europe and giant electric pickups for the US
- EGEB: Seattle will permanently close 20 miles of streets to most vehicles
- Dormant coal mine in northeast England to become geothermal heating system
- Climate Crisis Weekly: Trump has rolled back 98 environmental rules — NYT
- Italian electric motorcycle company Energica boasts increased sales in US
- New Gazelle Medeo T9 mid-drive e-bike mixes Dutch style and trail riding
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