Tesla’s solar energy deployments plunged by 38 percent during the first three months of this year to their lowest level in at least six years.
According to Buffalo News, During the first quarter, Tesla deployed 47 megawatts of solar energy generating capacity, down from 76 megawatts during the first quarter of last year and far less than the five-year low of 73 megawatts set during the fourth quarter of 2018.
For the first time, Tesla did not provide any update in its shareholder letter on its plans to begin high volume production of its solar roof, which is expected to be the main product at the sprawling factory on South Park Avenue that was built with $750 million in taxpayer money under the state’s Buffalo Billion economic development program.
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