October 11

This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including some Tesla Pickup truck talk, the Tesla-Panasonic relationship hitting some hardship, the new Chevy Bolt EV 2020, and more.

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October 10

Tesla is in the process of installing Powerpacks as backup power for the Supercharger stations affected by power outages in Northern California. expand full story

October 9

Tesla found another advantage to its highly-connected vehicles. The automaker sent out an in-car warning to owners about an upcoming power outage – recommending them to get a full charge. expand full story

October 7

Lincoln, Ford’s luxury brand, released its new charging station, and it’s a clear rip-off of Tesla’s Supercharger design.

However, I say they shouldn’t stop there and copy Tesla’s entire Supercharging business model. expand full story

October 4

The NHTSA is looking into a complaint by Tesla owners regarding a software update that resulted in battery capacity loss earlier this year.

They claim that it is related to a potential risk of fire. expand full story

October 3

Electric snowmobile and Jet Ski startup Taiga Motors would like Tesla to allow owners to charge their recreational EVs towed by Tesla vehicles at Supercharger stations. expand full story

October 2

As Tesla is growing in China, the company has now registered a wholly owned new construction division to operate in the country. expand full story

October 1

Tesla is reportedly just weeks away from starting Model 3 production at Gigafactory 3 and yet, the factory is still growing. A new drone video shows new buildings coming up and a new Supercharger station at the factory. expand full story

September 30

Tesla has filed for a new patent on a design for a liquid-cooled charging connector, like the one used at its Supercharger stations. expand full story

September 25

Tesla has fallen behind previous goals when it comes to growing its Supercharger network, but the automaker now appears to be accelerating deployment and we can confirm 10 new Supercharger V3 stations. expand full story

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