Tesla begins Giga Berlin 100-hectare expansion process

Giga Berlin Tesla - Tesla begins Giga Berlin 100-hectare expansion process

Arne Christiani, the mayor of Grünheide, confirmed that had submitted an application for the expansion of the , which is in its administrative area.

The application submitted is related to the planned development of the east side of the 100-hectare Giga Berlin.

“The municipality of Grünheide has punctually received an application to initiate a B-Plan procedure in the immediate vicinity of the current 300-hectare B Plan,” said the mayor of Grünheide, Arne Christiani, i, as reported by RBB

News of the expansion of Tesla’s production facility in Berlin began to circulate a few weeks ago. The expansion is said to be for the construction of a freight station, logistics area and parking lot.

Next Thursday, the main committee of the municipality of Grünheide will process the application. The results of the considerations and the possible completion of the law can be expected in less than a year at the earliest.

Tesla officially opened the Giga Berlin in March and delivered the first black to customers.

Giga Berlin is Tesla’s second production facility after Giga Shanghai to be outside the United States. Giga Berlin targets to produce half a million vehicles per year at maximum capacity.

Giga Berlin has opened a second shift to increase production capacity. The second shift gives a total of 16 hours of production at the Giga Berlin. The first shift starts from 7:00 to 15:00, and the second shift takes over at 15:00 and works until 11:00.