Sustainable energy for vehicles and private cars making money out of it is a brilliant idea and until it is embraced and implemented, that would remain only as a thought. Nevertheless, Elon Musk of Tesla’s passion has advanced this idea into the testing stage by installing the handy solar device into vehicles for daily use. The interesting thing would be, if it is really nearing completion, will it’s use be realized before the upcoming Deuterium fuel of the future? Know the update of this sustainable solar energy by reading further:
BBC wrote: Elon Musk, chief executive of Tesla, has published the second part of his self-titled “masterplan”. He said Tesla would be branching out into creating a “solar-roof-with-battery product” that people can have fitted to their homes. He wants the Tesla electric car range to cover all types of ground vehicles, specifically buses and lorries. And once the cars have full autonomous driving capability, Mr Musk said Tesla would allow owners to add their cars to a shared fleet, meaning the vehicles can be making money for their owners when they are not using them. Mr Musk had teased the publication of the plan on Twitter for several days, recently saying he’d pulled an all-nighter in order to finish it.
It added: His ambition, he wrote, was to “accelerate the advent of sustainable energy”. “We must at some point achieve a sustainable energy economy or we will run out of fossil fuels to burn and civilization will collapse. “Given that we must get off fossil fuels anyway and that virtually all scientists agree that dramatically increasing atmospheric and oceanic carbon levels is insane, the faster we achieve sustainability, the better.” Mr Musk’s plans have, though, drawn criticism from analysts, who suggest they are too vague. “As is typical, Elon Musk has laid out a grandiose plan for the future with no timeframes and few specifics, and no mention of how and when Tesla will be profitable,” Michelle Krebs, senior analyst at Autotrader, said. She added that while Tesla’s latest plan included expanding its electric vehicle product line to cover all major segments, “it hasn’t been meeting production targets with the limited product line it has now and in the next couple of years”.