Lithium Batteries Shut Down California Highway 1

UPDATE: Tesla’s PG&E facility at Elkhorn catches fire, shuts down Highway 1

11:20 AM · Sep 20, 2022

Moss Landing used to be California’s largest and most reliable power plant, but the state shut it down over CO2 fears and turned it into an exploding lithium battery facility.

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3 Responses to Lithium Batteries Shut Down California Highway 1

  1. GWS says:

    The left doesn’t care. Their philosophy is that if you want to make an omelet you have to crack a few eggs. Even if a hundred people died they wouldn’t rethink their plans, because they’re always right. Just ask them. Now they’ll probably find a way to blame it on some right-wing extremist group.

  2. conrad ziefle says:

    Well I want a full investigation into the highly toxic chemicals released into the air, and I want the plume tracked nightly on the news as if it were radioactive, and the dire warnings that everyone stay indoors until Fauci says it’s safe to go outside.

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