The experts call Elon Musk’s 12 million mile battery the Holy Grail in the $7 trillion electric vehicle boom.
And not only electric cars, but the battery revolution is projected to generate $51 trillion in the next decade as it promises to launch virtually free clean energy and emerging technologies such as 5G and the Internet of Things from concept to reality.
The winner of this historic revolution will be the best, most powerful and affordable battery. The experts believe that Tesla clinched that race, but they are DEAD WRONG…
Because one former Tesla employee has beat Tesla to the punch.
He created a new energy innovation so powerful it can send a Tesla cross country without charging — FOUR TIMES.
Imagine a “superbattery” that:
- Charges in eight minutes — not hours.
- Lasts 9,200 miles between charges.
- And has a lifespan of 12 MILLION miles.
This former Tesla employee is one of the company’s “original seven” employees. He created the Tesla Roadster. He solved Tesla’s biggest problem — lithium-ion batteries catching fire.
But he left Tesla to bring his greatest innovation — this energy technology — to the public on his own.
Now it’s here, and it’s projected to generate a $51 trillion energy revolution in the next decade.
It’s partnered with BMW and Mercedes. I expect Tesla will jump on the train. And electric vehicles are only the tip of the iceberg.
Every device from iPhones and PCs to virtual reality glasses will become more powerful, running on 5G speed.
Fifty million America homes, one-third of the country, will receive on-demand energy 24/7, virtually free of charge, all within the next decade.
This energy innovation has made it all possible.
The best part? Our research team has compiled a complete dossier on a tiny publicly traded tech company at the heart of this new trillion-dollar energy revolution. Click here to see how to claim this report now.
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