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Repairing the power pole after the Tesla attack cost more than $1 million

Repairing the power pole after the Tesla attack cost more than $1 million

According to information from the German News Agency, the costs of restoring power to the Tesla factory in Gruenheide, Germany, after the attack are expected to amount to more than one million euros. The head of the regional grid operator Edis, Alexandre Montebaur, set this amount at a meeting of the Tesla working team last Wednesday in the Brandenburg State Chancellery.

“Restoring the arduous supplies was an outstanding team effort by our employees, partner companies and the authorities,” Montepor was quoted as saying.

Attack 'poses a danger to the public'

Brandenburg Prime Minister Dietmar Woedke (SPD) described the attack as dangerous for thousands of families. “Without any reluctance, not only the factory supplies were damaged, but above all thousands of families, including health and social facilities,” Wojdeke wrote to Edis. The Prime Minister thanked the people for restoring electricity.

On March 5, unidentified persons set fire to a power pole in a field that is part of the power source for the electric car factory in Gruenheide, near Berlin. Production was halted for about a week. The far-left “Vulcan Group” claimed responsibility for the attack. The Federal Prosecutor's Office took over the investigation.

The protest camp is distancing itself

According to the “Stop Tesla” initiative, the protest camp demonstrating against the expansion planned by Tesla has nothing to do with the attack. However, the decision of the Administrative Court in Potsdam brought a sigh of relief in the camp. Under a temporary order effective Saturday, the Assembly Authority requirements do not apply at this time. The conditions are suspended until the court makes a final decision.

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Conditions stipulated that the activists were not allowed to enter the treehouses due to safety concerns, and they had to remove the structures by Monday. On the other hand, the “Stop Tesla” initiative resorted to the Administrative Court with an urgent request. The court plans to deal with the request on Monday. According to the spokesman, it is still unclear whether a decision will be made.