Elon Musk, the chief executive of Tesla Motors, announces the company’s entry into the energy market, unveiling solar batteries to power homes and business.
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Speaking at a factory near Los Angeles, Musk describes the move as a ‘fundamental’ change to energy delivery across the world. Tesla plans to start shipping the batteries, which will cost at $3,500 (£2,290), in the US by this summer.
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