Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently tweeted that there will be a lot of things to be unveiled on Battery Day on 9/22 or 22 September. While there is no additional information as to what will be known, there is reason to believe it is about his previous acquisition of Hibar.
Many exciting things will be unveiled on Battery Day 9/22 – Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 11, 2020
Searching through the comments section, you’ll find a description of how Tesla previously acquired Hibber, a company that manufactures machines that in turn make batteries. In response to Elon Musk’s tweet it also said that this should actually improve its own ability to make batteries and improve the entire vertical integration Tesla has become famous for.
Answer by a certain Michael Fink Notes All this points to producing both faster and cheaper to make Tesla batteries. There is no answer to this, but since there is little evidence to dislike it, it is a viable theory.
3. Tesla also acquired Hibber which manufactures battery making machines. So that their ability to make batteries is improved and vertical integration is improved which Tesla is famous for. This should mean that their batteries are faster and cheaper to produce. – Michael Fink (@ Michael01996367) September 11, 2020
Hibber’s previous acquisition
On October 7, 2019, an article published all the way by CNBC detailed how Tesla actually acquired Hibber Systems, a specialized company specialized in next-level high-speed battery manufacturing systems for various electric vehicles. Specializes in The data was revealed by a Canadian news site as an electric autonomy.
It’s not entirely clear when the entire deal took place, but Tesla actually listed Hieber as its subsidiary on October 2 in a filing with a well-known Canadian government according to Electric Autonomy. Additionally, Hibber’s own website has also been updated to a page during recent months. Tesla representatives of Tesla themselves were not really able to give immediate comment.
According to Hibber’s own LinkedIn page, the Ontario-based company first moved back to 1974 and worked with at least 50 employees. All the way back in April of 2019, Hibber was awarded a large $ 2 million grant to support his efforts in developing truly Liber-ion battery manufacturing systems that are part of Canada’s National Research Came from the council.
Tesla’s “in-house” style
It also comes as Tesla already wanted to develop its own battery cells to make them cheaper and limit their dependence on high-performance electric vehicles as well as the company Panasonic. Saka, which is already and still is jointly. Sparks operates a specialized battery factory located in Nevada.
The company has gradually strengthened its portfolio of some energy tech companies, in February the company returned Maxwell Technologies for $ 218 million.
It is difficult to tell what Elon Musk plans to do next as he moves very fast and in almost all directions with Tesla, SpaceX and even more recently Neuralink at once. The successes of his companies seem to have been one after the other.
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