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Tesla Motors is gearing up to build a multi-billion dollar battery plant. Four states, Nevada, Texas, Arizona and New Mexico, are in the running for the mega-plant…make that giga-plant…seems folks think mega is not big enough for this puppy. It is going to be huge.
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Industry experts have narrowed the likely choices to San Antonio, TX and Reno, NV. Tesla is not expected to make a final decision until the end of the year, however, they will start breaking ground in at least two, possibly three, locations. It is unusual to break ground before a decision is made, but Tesla is not your usual automobile.

Our vote…RENO! Of course!

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