TESLA MADE MORE MONEY IN ONE QUARTER THAN THE OIL INDUSTRY DID IN ONE YEAR

While there are subtleties to the claim made in this feature, it is in fact valid since Tesla reported that
it turned a benefit of $22 million last quarter while the US oil industry figured out how to lose
$67 billion a year ago because of its powerlessness to stomach bring down gas costs, as indicated by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).

I believe it’s something to consider in this new political atmosphere taking after the decision of Donald Trump

Despite any potential ulterior intentions to support fossil fuels or the way that Trump doesn’t trust in
man-rolled out atmosphere improvement, it’s vital for the up and coming new
Trump organization and GOP-controlled Washington to begin taking a gander at Tesla and other up and coming cleantech wanders as critical white collar class American occupation makers and reasonable organizations.

One of Trump’s fundamental activities to make American employments is to
“lift the limitations on the creation of $50 trillion dollars of occupation delivering American vitality saves,
including shale, oil, common gas and clean coal,” as per his own “agreement with American voters”
and as a component of his arrangement for his initial 100 days in office.

Once more, we are not going into the effect it will have on the atmosphere to some degree due to how startling it is.
Attempt to get the measure of CO2 that those fossil-fuel stores will discharge in the environment out of
your head (on the off chance that you can) and concentrate on the employments.
That is apparently how he won the decision in the rust belt and coal nation all things considered.

While Trump’s deregulation of the oil and gas industry could surely reproduce occupations,
we need to remember that more ventures don’t speak to a certification that the organizations will have the capacity to deal with value
droops like the one we saw a year ago and proceeds with now without greater government sponsorships.

Coal and Natural Gas are quickly turning out to be less cost focused to Wind and Solar power.

Be that as it may, deregulation is not all Trump arrangements to accomplish for the oil and gas industry
– again with the objective of making employments. He likewise plans to back off the opposition
from renewable vitality by slicing government innovative work, sponsorships for sun oriented
and wind, and whatever other atmosphere programs. He likewise plans to gut the EPA and head it with an atmosphere science denier.

At the point when the US oil industry lost $67 billion in 2015, it additionally sliced near 100,000 occupations
amid a similar period. At the same time, more Americans now work in the sun oriented industry than the extraction of oil, gas, or coal.

One of the fundamental cases Trump has been utilizing is Ford moving occupations from Michigan
to Mexico keeping in mind the end goal to be more focused. Since his race, GM likewise declared employment cuts.

Then again, Tesla has been including occupations with now more than 18,000 workers
worldwide and the lion’s share are in the US. At the Fremont manufacturing plant alone,
Tesla utilizes more than 6,000 individuals and it arrangements to convey that number up to 9,000 to bolster its most recent development arranges.

The electric automaker is additionally putting resources into the Gigafactory in Nevada, where it arrangements to utilize more than 6,000 laborers.

On the off chance that occupation creation (and not simply remunerating fossil fuel political contributors)
is truly the genuine objective of the new US political administration, possibly they ought to
mull over presenting new approaches that could moderate the force of clean advances for fossil energizes.
Rather, they ought to concentrate on presenting a level playing field.

We could contend about the most ideal approach to do that (and satisfy we should do it in the remark segment underneath),
however as I would see it, the most straightforward one is to put a conclusion to all endowments,
including the trillions of dollars worth of sponsorships heading off to the fossil fuel industry.

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