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Water shut off: Tesla may not build factory in green Heath for the time being

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Tesla may not build factory in green Heath for the time being

View over the construction site of the Tesla factory in Brandenburg-Grünheide. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Central picture/dpa

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In the future Tesla factory site, close to Berlin, the Work to rest for the time being. The reason for the temporary freeze in the construction of an unpaid bill.

No water: U.S. electric car maker Tesla may not build factory in grünheide, near Berlin, temporarily more. The Wasserverband Strausberg-Erkner’ve turned off the water, because Tesla did not pay the money, said Association spokeswoman Sandra Ponesky in Strausberg.

The company had repeatedly been warned with the threat of a lockout. The period of 14 days has expired. “Since Tesla is not treated differently than others,” said the spokeswoman. If the money arrive, get employed to the water again. Previously, the “Märkische or newspaper had reported” online about it.

The temporary Cut off of water comes out for the US car maker at an inopportune time: The construction works are in full swing. By the next summer, Tesla wants to produce in green Heath in the district of Oder-Spree electric cars. In a first stage, 500,000 electric cars per year and approximately 12,000 Employees are scheduled. The Tesla Manufacturing Brandenburg, SE had only recently signed the contract for the Water opening up under. This level, however, the water supply and wastewater disposal for the first expansion. Currently, Tesla receives the water from a temporary connection via stand pipes.

The environmental permit for the project by the state of Brandenburg, is still to come. Tesla is already building, with preliminary approvals for individual stages of construction. Environmentalists and local residents warn that the supply with drinking water damage, and a nearby nature reserve is affected by the factory.

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