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Elon Musk
Should mention that the battery cells used for this are 200 Wh/kg vs 250 for Model S. No short term supply constraint.
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Madison Montana!! 5 Dec 13
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Love the new avatar.. Way fun!! :)
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Jordan Downey 5 Dec 13
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omg your new profile pic
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SolarStates 6 Dec 13
Help Philly schools go solar & facilitate solar edu
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✿하나혜민❈.•°♬ •♫⋆¥$£⋆★°♪•.☁︎ 5 Dec 13
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Farhad Noorzay 5 Dec 13
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so no potential to be able to recycle Model S batteries and use for stationary storage?
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Med Fadil 6 Dec 13
I think that you can use tesla batteries for stationary storages but no the other way around(weight constraints)
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Chetan Chawla 5 Dec 13
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you really need to get a white cat.
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Mike Edwards 5 Dec 13
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Struggling to find cells with more than 166 Wh/kg for a project. Lightweight but around 31 Ah. Any recommendations or suggestions?
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Ron Luikaart 5 Dec 13
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KillaCycle, the worlds fastest electric motorcycle, uses lithium iron phosphate batteries.
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