PepsiCo has received the permit for the installation of a Tesla Semi Megacharger at its Modesto, California, facility, according to public documents released by Stanislaus County and first shared by @MarcoRPTesla.
PepsiCo. will be the first company to receive Tesla Semi trucks. It was in March 2021 when we learned that Tesla Semi will make 15-vehicle debut with PepsiCo at the end of this year.
In order for these things to materialize the first one of the first things we should see is a permit to install a Megacharger for a Tesla Semi. Unless there is a permit to build or install megachargers for Tesla Semi trucks, all the conversations about the production and deliveries of Tesla Semis are vain.
Now, we are learning that the Stanislaus County Planning Commission officially issued a permit for the Megacharger installation yesterday on November 22nd, the documents show. "PepsiCo. has been attempting to receive installation privileges since April, when it initially submitted the application on April 21st. The Planning Commission has performed regular inspections, including a Fire review, in the months between the submittal of the application and the issuance of the permit. The permit approval was first shared by @MarcoRPTesla," reports Teslarati.
You know, the Tesla Semi is just as important as the Model 3. Commercial trucking isn’t going away and we have got to make them safer and far more energy efficient. Therefore, it is very important and exciting to see them on the road.
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