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20-02-2020, 10:30 PM. (This post was last modified: 20-02-2020, 10:34 PM by Wildreamz.)
Post: #191
RE: Tesla
Quote:Singapore Budget 2020: Push to promote electric vehicles in move to phase out petrol and diesel vehicles

"Our vision is to phase out ICE and have vehicles run on cleaner energy by 2040," Mr Heng said, adding that this goal is for "both public health and climate change reasons".

https://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/t...and-diesel

Great start. I expect the timeline to be pushed earlier over the next decade as economic realities set-in.

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21-02-2020, 08:41 AM.
Post: #192
RE: Tesla
https://cleantechnica.com/2019/12/04/pow...inds-bnef/

Powering The EV Revolution — Battery Packs Now At $156/kWh, 13% Lower Than 2018, Finds BNEF

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Quote:Note that BNEF’s pricing data is based on the industry volume-weighted average, and is not intended to be representative of cost leaders such as Tesla/Panasonic, CATL, and others. Our understanding is that Tesla is already somewhere below $100/kWh at the cell level, and likely below $140/kWh at the pack level. Volkswagen has hinted that its cell prices (likely supplied by CATL, based on NCM 811 chemistry) are also below the $100/kWh level.

BNEF projects that the overall industry’s cost reductions will continue, with $100/kWh at the pack level likely to be reached by around 2023, as stated in the above tweet. This is the point at which mass market electric vehicles (BEVs) are expected to reach sticker price parity with “equivalent” combustion vehicles, whilst larger vehicle classes and premium vehicles have already passed parity in several cases. All BEVs are typically already more affordable than combustion vehicles on a total-cost-of-ownership basis, due to substantial lifetime savings on fuel and maintenance costs.
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18-03-2020, 10:09 AM.
Post: #193
RE: Tesla
Beginning of the end for Tesla?
Looks like they have to shutdown factory and still pay back their massive amount of debt.

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/bus...n-12550554
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