Musk says Tesla 'Battery Day', shareholder meet likely on Sept. 15
(Reuters) - Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Inc, said September 15 is the tentative date for the company's general meeting and "Battery Day", which is expected to announce significant advances in battery technology by the electric car maker.
The battery event, which Musk touted as "one of the most exciting days in Tesla history," was previously scheduled for May, while the Annual General Meeting was scheduled for July 7.
Tesla said in a filing for admission on Monday that it had postponed the general meeting "because the personal gatherings imposed by the relevant government agencies continue to be restricted." (https://bit.ly/3dp1nlm)
The company did not confirm the date of September 15 in the submission, but added a picture of Musk's tweet from Sunday night, saying it will release details such as the date, location, and format at a later date.
Battery Day will include a tour of the company's cell production system, Musk tweeted without going into detail. (https://bit.ly/3fRpawd)
Tesla and China's Contemporary Amperex Technology Ltd are jointly developing batteries that are designed to last a million miles and allow Tesla's electric to sell profitably at the same price or less than a gasoline vehicle, according to people familiar with the plans.
With a global fleet of more than 1 million electric vehicles capable of connecting and sharing electricity, Tesla's goal is to achieve the status of an energy company that works with traditional energy providers such as Pacific Gas & Electric and Tokyo Electric are competing for power, these sources said.
(Reporting by Subrat Patnaik in Bengaluru and Hyunjoo Jin in Seoul; editing by Anil D'Silva, Edwina Gibbs and Arun Koyyur)
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