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To: Savant who wrote (19926)8/8/2022 11:45:17 PM
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I have no idea what M means.

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To: Sr K who wrote (19927)8/8/2022 11:59:44 PM
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That most be short for "Elon".

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From: Savant8/9/2022 10:29:54 AM
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BA.5 is on the march in China, ratcheting anxieties that major cities there may soon re-enforce strict lockdown measures that were only recently lifted. And the same variant has become the dominant strain in the United States, where it accounted for 65% of new infections last week, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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From: Eric8/9/2022 6:43:23 PM
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California Love: Tesla Model Y, Model 3 Are State's Best-Selling Cars

The Tesla Model Y was California's best-selling vehicle overall in the first half of the year, with the Model 3 a close second.



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From: Sr K8/9/2022 10:02:35 PM
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Elon Musk Sells Nearly $7 Billion Worth of Tesla Stock

The billionaire had said just months earlier that he planned no further Tesla stock sales

Elon MuskPHOTO: JONATHAN NEWTON/THE WASHINGTON POST/GETTY IMAGES

By Rebecca Elliott

Aug. 9, 2022 9:50 pm ET

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Elon Musk sold nearly $7 billion worth of Tesla stock in recent days, regulatory disclosures show, just months after saying he wasn’t planning to sell additional shares in the company.

Mr. Musk sold around 7.9 million shares between Friday and Tuesday, regulatory filings show.

Exc.

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To: Sr K who wrote (19931)8/9/2022 10:26:42 PM
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Just as anticipated ...


Musk May Keep Selling Tesla, With or Without Twitter: MLIV Pulse

Elon Musk May Keep Selling Tesla Stock, With or Without Twitter(TSLA, TWTR) - Bloomberg (archive.ph)

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From: i-node8/9/2022 10:55:12 PM
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It has been pretty apparent there was heavy selling going on, but it isn't like he is out blowing money.

It is better than dilution. Maybe he is paying cash in advance for the $5 Billion in nickel ;)

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To: i-node who wrote (19933)8/10/2022 12:52:33 AM
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Apparently, he was selling to make sure he has money available if the Twitter deal is forced to be completed.

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To: kidl who wrote (19932)8/10/2022 2:15:32 AM
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A little later update

Updated Aug. 9, 2022 11:43 pm ET

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Elon Musk sold nearly $7 billion worth of Tesla stock in recent days, regulatory disclosures show, amid uncertainty over the fate of his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter Inc.

Mr. Musk, Tesla’s chief executive and largest shareholder, sold around 7.9 million shares between Friday and Tuesday, the disclosures show, leaving him with a 15% stake in the company.

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From: Eric8/10/2022 9:53:34 AM
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Genex Power buys massive 2GW battery storage plus solar project in Queensland

Giles Parkinson 10 August 2022 8



Victoria Big Battery. Image supplied.


Takeover target Genex Power has bought a massive battery storage plus solar project in Queensland, and plans to kick off the first stage of development with a 400MW, four hour battery – one of the biggest proposed in Australia.

The deal to purchase the 2GW Bulli Creek development from Solar Choice comes a week after Genex rejected a conditional takeover offer from Skip Capital, the private fund of one of the country’s richest people, Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar and his wife Kim Jackson.

Genex said in a statement on Wednesday that Bulli Creek will likely be developed over five stages from around 2024, starting off with the first 400MW/1600MWh battery stage, followed by the first stage of the solar PV component of up to 675MW.

Bulli Creek – first publicly unveiled as a project by Solar Choice in 2015 (at the height of the then Coalition government’s pushback against the renewable energy target) is located 100kms south west of Toowoomba, just 4kms from the Bulli Creek substation, and next to a major transmission line.

The plan by Genex to move first with the battery storage component is an interesting one. It is currently building the Kidston pumped hydro facility – 250MW/2000MWh – in the north of the state, and the 50MW/100MWh Bouldercombe battery near Rockhampton.

It also owns two operating 50MW solar farms – one at Kidston and the other at Jemalong in NSW – that have been making big profits in the recent fossil-fuelled price spikes on Australia’s wholesale electricity markets.

Genex says the decision to move first with battery storage at Bulli Creek is prompted by its analysis of the market from the Kidston and Bouldercombe projects.

“The events in the National Electricity Market (NEM) in recent months have only highlighted the urgent need for dispatchable energy storage capacity to manage the transition to a net-zero economy,” it said.

It also has a strong network of partners – including battery provider and revenue underwriter Tesla and J-Power, a partner in a possible wind farm near Kidston – as a result of those developments, and says it is already in discussions with potential joint development partners. It hopes to make a final investment decision in 2H CY2024.

“The Bulli Creek Battery Project is a continuation of our battery strategy and will be one of the largest battery energy storage systems in the National Electricity Market,” Genex chairman James Harding said in a statement.

“This represents an exciting opportunity for Genex to apply the extensive market knowledge and learnings gained from the development of the Kidston Pumped Storage Hydro Project as well as the Bouldercombe Battery Project.”

Of course, much depends on the course of events in Genex’ shareholder base. Its potential bidders have built a 19.99 per cent stake, and would likely have to lift their indicative offer of 23c a share if they want to gain control. The shares last traded at 22c.

Solar Choice will be retained for “certain development services” and will receive a development fee at financial close for each stage of the project.

For Solar Choice founder and managing director Angus Gemmell, it caps a long journey that started in 2013. It achieved planning approval in 2015 and Solar Choice last year bought the 75 per cent stake held by First Solar – which it had earlier bought from SunEdison.

“This is a watershed moment for Solar Choice and the Bulli Creek project in which we have invested an exceptionally large amount of work and initiative over the last nine years,” Gemmell said.

“We are thrilled to be working alongside Genex’s expertise on their delivery of the Bulli Creek Battery and subsequent solar farm stages towards fulfillment of the project’s immense grid and land capacity.”

reneweconomy.com.au

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