Tesla could land huge Australian deal after twitter exchange

A twitter exchange could spark a huge Australian deal for Tesla, after founder Elon Musk guaranteed to build a 100 MW farm in South Australia within 100 days or it is free.

Tesla could land a huge 100 MW order for an Australian battery storage farm after founder Elon Musk floated a deal on Twitter.

The unconventional offer emerged after Musk told the Australian Financial Review that he could solve South Australia's energy woes within 100 days. The Australian state has been plagued by power shortfalls and blackouts, with one such incident recently prompting Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce to point the finger at wind energy despite evidence to the contrary.

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