Last Sunday Tesla announced that it will build a new super factory in Shanghai to produce the company’s ultra-large energy storage commercial battery Megapack.
Today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk retweeted the official tweet, saying that the construction of the energy storage super factory in Shanghai will expand the production capacity of the California factory Megapack.
According to previous reports, the Tesla energy storage super factory project is scheduled to start in the third quarter of 2023 and put into production in the second quarter of 2024. The initial plan is to produce 10,000 units of commercial energy storage batteries annually, with an energy storage scale of nearly 40GWh, and the scope of product supply covers the global market.
At present, Tesla has 7 major factories around the world, including 5 super factories, the Fremont factory in California and the Megafactory battery factory.