As more details emerge over Tesla’s Giga Mexico project, the economic impact in Mexico is becoming clearer.
In accordance with the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the power will create between five thousand and 6 thousand jobs within the state of Nuevo Leon. As well as, the factory will attract as much as $5 billion in investment within the region.
As a part of the deal, Tesla agreed to help the Nuevo Leon in addressing the region’s problem of water scarcity. Nevertheless, details about these water commitments weren’t made public. We all know that Tesla has agreed to make use of recycled water on the plant throughout the manufacturing process to assist cut down on water use.
Details are still coming out, but as Drive Tesla wrote yesterday, we all know that the development timelines are tight in Nuevo Leon. Per a discussion by Tom Zhu at Tesla Investor Day, the corporate goals to go from ground-breaking to production in just nine months.
Just about all of the knowledge related to Gigafactory Mexico has up to now come from Mexican officials, who appear to be quite excited at landing an enormous investment like from the likes of Tesla.
Here’s a video of how the Tesla’s Gigafactory turned out in Berlin. The one in Nuevo León will probably be the largest one on the earth and can produce the brand new next-gen vehicle. Welcome @Tesla, welcome @elonmusk! #TeslaNuevoLeón pic.twitter.com/bKoWnLRoUk
— Samuel García (@samuel_garcias) March 4, 2023