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    1. Mercedes-Benz Follows Tesla Motors Into Home Energy Storage

      Mercedes-Benz Follows Tesla Motors Into Home Energy Storage

      Mercedes-Benz’s B-Class Electric Drive, the company’s first all-electric car, went on sale in the 2015 model year. But its introduction of domestic and commercial battery storage suggests that, like Tesla, Daimler is hedging its bets on electric car demand by taking its batteries to a disruptive new market that could challenge traditional energy distribution systems.

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      Mentions: U.S. Germany EIA
    2. Tesla Gigafactory Update: Panasonic Establishes U.S. Company In Nevada

      Tesla Gigafactory Update: Panasonic Establishes U.S. Company In Nevada

      Panasonic Corporation announced Friday that it has established the U.S. company that will supply Tesla Motors Inc. with as many as 500,000 electric car battery packs a year by 2020. The announcement is part of the ongoing collaboration between the Palo Alto, California-based luxury electric car company and one of Japan’s largest electronics producers to build the so-called Gigafactory, a lithium-ion battery production facility.

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      Mentions: Japan Nevada U.S.
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