By Jon LeSage Tesla has taken the world’s largest grid-scale energy storage project in South Australia – but only has 100 days to get it done.
Tesla Energy, the electric automaker’s energy storage unit, will deliver 100 megawatts of lithium-ion battery storage or it will be free. Tesla CEO Elon Musk made that commitment today at an official ceremony in Adelaide, Australia.
Musk first made the bid, and the 100-day commitment, in a tweet back in March. South Australia had been struck by a series of power outages.
“There will be a lot of people that will look at this – ‘Did they get it done
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