Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) has moved its annual shareholders assembly tentatively to September 15, the corporate’s Chief Govt Officer Elon Musk introduced on Twitter late Sunday.
The billionaire entrepreneur stated the automaker’s touted “Battery Day” will occur on the identical day at its Fremont manufacturing unit, and can embrace a “tour of [the] cell manufacturing system.”
Tentative date for Tesla Shareholder Assembly & Battery Day is Sept 15. Will embrace tour of cell manufacturing system.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 22, 2020
The Palo Alto, California-based firm, had initially scheduled the shareholders assembly for July 7 on the Laptop Historical past Museum in Mountain View.
Why It Issues
On Friday, Musk had introduced that the Tesla shareholder assembly will must be delayed by a month or so since “no massive gatherings” have been nonetheless allowed by the initially scheduled date as a result of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Tesla CEO additionally stated the corporate was contemplating internet hosting the battery day the identical day because the shareholders assembly as a result of they have been “converging in time.”
The electrical automobiles maker has been teasing an occasion, the place it is going to show a few of its latest technical developments in batteries, since November final yr, as reported by Electrek.
Tesla shares closed 0.3% decrease at $1,000.90 on Friday and dropped one other 0.9% within the after-hours session at $991.90.
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