Pesa Otas ya Mbirrionare Musk

#1
Tuchangamkie hii tukuwe dynasty pia. Wale majamaa wamesoma hii mambo si mtupee ma idea huku


Eighteen months into the competition, the top 15 teams will receive $1 million while twenty-five $200,000 student scholarships will also be distributed to the competing student teams.
Following that, the grand prize winner will get $50 million, while the second place holder will get $20 million and $10 million will go to the third place holder, the California-based non-profit organization said.
To win the competition, the teams would have “to create and demonstrate a solution that can pull carbon dioxide directly from the atmosphere or oceans and lock it away permanently in an environmentally benign way,” XPrize added.
 
#4
Tesla makes loads of money from carbon credits selling to other companies...
They want to make even more.
Nothing to do with philanthropy...
Just a very lucrative income stream for Elon Musk.


Tesla’s biggest profit center is dangerously close to running out of power
BY
SHAWN TULLY
October 1, 2020 1:00 AM GMT+3

Tesla’s fastest-growing business isn’t putting owners in its Model S and Model 3. It’s selling environmental credits that enable its SUV- and truckmaking rivals to avoid big emissions fines.
That sumptuous stream of earnings—accounting for all of Tesla’s operating profits in the first half of 2020, by Fortune’s estimate—has probably peaked, and will begin a long slide before pretty much vanishing in a few years.
...
https://fortune.com/2020/09/30/tesla-profit-revenue-environmental-credits-elon-musk/
 
#5
Tesla makes loads of money from carbon credits selling to other companies...
They want to make even more.
Nothing to do with philanthropy...
Just a very lucrative income stream for Elon Musk.


Tesla’s biggest profit center is dangerously close to running out of power
BY
SHAWN TULLY
October 1, 2020 1:00 AM GMT+3

Tesla’s fastest-growing business isn’t putting owners in its Model S and Model 3. It’s selling environmental credits that enable its SUV- and truckmaking rivals to avoid big emissions fines.
That sumptuous stream of earnings—accounting for all of Tesla’s operating profits in the first half of 2020, by Fortune’s estimate—has probably peaked, and will begin a long slide before pretty much vanishing in a few years.
...
https://fortune.com/2020/09/30/tesla-profit-revenue-environmental-credits-elon-musk/
CC Revenue is about 6-7%, and with EU Regulations coming online. It'll just fall further.
 
#6
Tesla makes loads of money from carbon credits selling to other companies...
They want to make even more.
Nothing to do with philanthropy...
Just a very lucrative income stream for Elon Musk.


Tesla’s biggest profit center is dangerously close to running out of power
BY
SHAWN TULLY
October 1, 2020 1:00 AM GMT+3

Tesla’s fastest-growing business isn’t putting owners in its Model S and Model 3. It’s selling environmental credits that enable its SUV- and truckmaking rivals to avoid big emissions fines.
That sumptuous stream of earnings—accounting for all of Tesla’s operating profits in the first half of 2020, by Fortune’s estimate—has probably peaked, and will begin a long slide before pretty much vanishing in a few years.
...
https://fortune.com/2020/09/30/tesla-profit-revenue-environmental-credits-elon-musk/
Doesn't have to be about philanthropy, everyone benefits
 
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#10
Why would anyone want to do this?, Don't people know Co2 is the gas of life ?
True! I read an article which said that a decaying tree should not be left out in the open; instead, it should be buried in the ground to avoid the release of carbon [dioxide] into the atmosphere. So, carbon is the new currency. I think we'll start seeing more quacky regulations being phased in to reduce our individual carbon footprint. Even these masks we're being told to wear, could it be another way of reducing exhaled CO2? When you wear a mask, instead of releasing CO2 into the atmosphere, that exhaled carbon dioxide becomes a part of your inhaled gas composition during the next breath...

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