Gigafactory in green Heath: Tesla plans to have less piles in the ground water

The new Gigafactory of the American electric car manufacturer Tesla in Grünheide, near Berlin, is piles with significantly less concrete in the ground water do

Gigafactory in green Heath: Tesla plans to have less piles in the ground water

The new Gigafactory of the American electric car manufacturer Tesla in Grünheide, near Berlin, is piles with significantly less concrete in the ground water do than previously planned. "Originally, we believed that we need up to 15,000 stakes, the last of which there were at least 1100 more," said a Tesla spokesperson on Friday evening on the occasion of the inauguration of the "Tesla highway" that leads to the Tesla site. Now you have the concept of change so that you can get by with a 500 to 550 stakes. "Only the press, but not the foundry, is founded on piles."

The American group to meet the concerns of environmentalists, the negative consequences for nature and the ground-water fear. The waiver of concrete columns in a length of up to 14 meters charged to the construction budget in the millions – why, exactly, not shared with Tesla.

Tesla wants to let you in grünheide in Brandenburg, Germany from July next year, up to 500,000 vehicles a year roll off the line. The final environmental permit from the state of Brandenburg, is still to come. Tesla has been building at its own risk, with early approvals. The Brandenburg state environmental Agency last gave the green light for the Foundation and the building shell with an early start.

Updated Date: 16 August 2020, 17:19

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