Long Beach Tesla
State lawmakers will meet in Long Beach Friday to ask experts if California is ready to accommodate a growing fleet of plug-in electric vehicles already showing up on the state’s roads.
California has mandated that more than 1 out of 10 cars sold in the state be zero-emission vehicles by next year.
After long and public negotiations with the Southern California cities of Long Beach and Downey, Tesla Motors has gone in a completely new direction. The auto manufacturer says it will build its Model S sedan and future Tesla vehicles at the former NUMMI factory in Fremont, California.
Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske is urging all residents to join in a letter-writing campaign to bring the Tesla Motors production plant to Long Beach. She sent an email out last night with suggested text and instructions for participating
If you are reading the local press you will know that TESLA Motors — producers of the electric car — is seriously considering locating to Long Beach and bringing 1,000 or more jobs!