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G. David Felt
Staff Writer Alternative Energy - www.CheersandGears.com

 

Robotic Charger for Tesla

 

August 6th, Tesla quietly posted to You Tube the following video. The goal is to eventually have self plug in chargers at your home so when you drive into the garage or where ever you park, this would automatically move and plug in your car to recharge it. It is pretty amazing to watch.

 

 

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