It can be called as one of the most vital pieces of law in the history of Nevada as the Governor of the state, Brian Sandoval has signed a bill Thursday night that will bring down Tesla Motor’s $5 Million worth battery factory in Nevada.
The factory would actually bring 20,000 jobs for the citizens of Nevada and it would also boost the economy of the state to $100 billion in the next 20 years from now. It is considered to be one of the biggest Lithium factories in the world.
It will prove to be a big step for the car maker company to boost its sales and begin a mass marketing plan for its vehicles in the next three years. This step has been perceived as one of the biggest developments in the state of Nevada and the native citizens are quite thrilled about the fact.
Sandoval, the Governor of Nevada stated, “It doesn’t get any bigger than this,”. He seemed to be excited too for the inclusion of Tesla’s factory for battery making in Nevada. It would actually do wonders to the economy of the state and affect the lifestyle of the locals living there.
The governor added, “This is some of the most important legislation that’s hit this state in perhaps our history, we have changed the trajectory of this state, perhaps forever.”