- Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he was “worried” about staffing in Berlin, Reuters reported.
- “We’re a bit worried we won’t be able to find enough people,” Musk said on Saturday.
- Concerns about staffing at the site have been brewing since the factory was announced in 2019.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Saturday raised concerns about staffing at the company’s new Gigafactory plant outside Berlin, Reuters reported.
“We’re a bit worried we won’t be able to find enough people,” Musk said on Saturday, according to the report. “We really need great talent to come here from all over Europe.”
“We are currently constructing Gigafactory Berlin under conditional permits in anticipation of being granted final permits,” Tesla said in its most recent quarterly filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission in July.
There have also been environmental concerns, including worries about disturbing the local lizard population.