Fire at PG&E’s California Tesla Battery Facility Fully Under Control

A fire outbreak at PG&E Corp.’s energy storage facility that uses battery packs made by Tesla Inc. has been fully controlled, the Monterey County sheriff’s office in California said late on Tuesday night.
The shelter-in-place advisory and all road closures have also been lifted, the county sheriff’s office and the North County Fire Department said.
The incident, which caused a part of the Highway 1 in California to shut down, came about a year after another fire broke out in a Tesla’s “Megapack” battery unit in Australia during testing of one of the world’s biggest energy storage projects….

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