Welcome to the Tesla company review. In this series of articles, we put the spotlight on businesses that we think are doing ambitious and honourable things for the environment. These features will cover things like corporate social responsibility, sustainability, green credentials, carbon reduction measures, recycling, reuse and reduction efforts, supply chain responsibility, and more.
Each category will be scored out of 20, to give a total score out of 100.
Does a day go by that Tesla’s co-founder, CEO and product architect, Elon Musk, stays out of the news? If he isn’t shooting rockets into space, saying controversial things to reporters, or getting into fights on social media, then he’s often trying to improve on his range of electric vehicles. He has succeeded, as the vehicles have become more aesthetically pleasing, offer greater mileage on each charge, are less prone to faults, and are at a cost with mass-market appeal. Tesla didn’t just keep those fantastic batteries locked inside the cars, instead, they created a home ‘powerwall’ to be charged by solar panels so that people could embrace solar energy at night.
Does it get better? It might. Read on to find out.