The Tesla Project

Why a Tesla X?

 

So how does an electric vehicle hold up in North Dakota? Where do you charge it? How does it compare to “regular” cars? Through this project and the DriveElectricND brand, we have a remarkable opportunity to promote EVs and their uses throughout North Dakota. We’ll be blogging, posting, sharing insights and thoughts about driving and EV from various perspectives.

 

With a 5-star safety rating and a 295 mile range, the Tesla X (named ‘WATTS’) is among the best of the electric vehicle market. Tesla’s all-electric powertrain delivers unparalleled performance in all weather conditions, instant responsiveness and the quickest acceleration of any SUV on the road—from zero to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds., the Tesla Model X is a unique electric vehicle that has the attributes of a family hauler.

 

Meet WATTS, our Tesla X

WATT’s Up – News Blog

(July 2020) North Dakota’s Doosan Bobcat company is teaming up with Green Machine Equipment, Inc. of New York to produce an all-electric compact exc...

Are EVs the future or the present?

July 15, 2020 – (By Scott Meske) – One thing I’ve found is that WATTS, Lignite Energy Council’s Tesla X, draws a crowd everywhere we take ...

Towing with Tesla

June 25, 2020 – (by Jason Bohrer) Now that we are well into summer, I hitched up my boat to the Tesla and decided to see what would happen.  Ke...

DEND Infrastructure Survey Summary

DEND recently conducted an online survey of North Dakota to gauge current opinions about electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the state. Electr...

EV Infrastructure expanding in ND

MAY 26, 2020 – In the 2019 State Legislative Session, electric vehicles were the subject of three pieces of legislation, one of which (SB 2061) ...

Tesla, COVID-19 and Diver Down

May 11, 2020 – (by Jason Bohrer) With the pandemic inducing a near world-wide lockdown, people’s lives have changed in too many ways to count....

Have WATTS come to you!

Contact us to have WATTS come to your organizational, corporate or business event!