The fortnight that cemented an electric future

Two weeks in July: Tesla launches Model 3, plans Shanghai Gigafactory, agrees Australia storage deal; VW sees long term battery shortage; Daimler-Mercedes invests in $735m China pack plant; Northvolt plans European Gigafactory; and Volvo vows to become all electric...all in two weeks

Just in case we were short of evidence that electric vehicles (EVs) were here to stay, along came two weeks in July which saw a flurry of significant announcements from major players in the space that dispelled any doubts in the trend.

Tesla Inc, Daimler AG, Volkswagen Group, Northvolt, and Volvo Cars . . .

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