Tesla has finally scheduled for an appointment for the late annual general meeting and the "battery day" for investors: September 22nd. The meeting will take place in person at the company's vehicle factory in Fremont, California, but will probably also be broadcast live. Only people who are shareholders of the company's shares can participate.
The annual general meeting was originally scheduled for July 7 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The company planned that shareholders should be present in person and watched online, and at the time said it would "monitor the public health and travel safety protocols required or recommended by federal, state, and local governments." However, large gatherings in California are still prohibited due to the COVID-19 pandemic. CEO Elon Musk announced last month that the meeting would be delayed. Musk previously said he was "provisionally" scheduled for September 15th.
The shareholders are scheduled for the meeting Vote and comment on a number of issueshow if the company should Start paying for traditional advertising. Many of Tesla's board members are also up for re-election. including chairman Robyn Denholmwho took office after Musk was denied chairing a listed company for three years in 2018 following a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The battery day event was originally scheduled to take place earlier this year, but was also postponed due to the pandemic. Tesla is expected to announce a number of advances in its battery technology that could give it an even greater advantage over other companies that operate electric vehicles. Musk said last month that Tesla will offer attendees a tour of the company's "cell production system", which is likely an indication of the company's secret "Roadrunner" project If you lower the cost of manufacturing batteries, the volume will increase.