Production of the Model 3 electric car has reached a standstill. The company is hemorrhaging money, laid-off employees are protesting, and a major investor claims that the Tesla share is highly overvalued.
BY KELD LOUIE PEDERSEN
They were supposed to be speeding off the assembly line, but the Tesla Model 3 cars are not exiting production at impressive rates at all.
Only a few of the promised Model 3 cars have reached customers, for one simple reason.
Recent years have seen crashing rotor blades, cracked foundations, and burning nacelles on a handful of turbines in the birthplace of offshore wind. Problems notwithstanding, the Danish utility’s CEO is convinced that such issues will not undermine confidence in technology.
Making the steel industry sustainable faces several major challenges; firstly the need to add staggering volumes of renewable capacity, and secondly, legislative reform, says lobby Hydrogen Europe in a report.
Nordic pension funds are among the investors in the first private equity fund targeting the green transition launched by Norway's largest private equity firm, which has been focusing on the offshore energy industry for more than 30 years.