The green tech industry is finally making inroads in the automotive market, but the tech giant’s rise in the sector is far from over.
Recode reports that Tesla, Ford, General Motors, Intel and other tech companies are among the companies that have been investing in green manufacturing technology to build green cars.
The companies are working on more than 10 green technologies, and Recode says that at least three of them could be on the horizon by 2020.
Recoding this story, Recode has to choose a few things.
The first is that Recode believes that the green tech sector is likely to see a surge in demand by 2020 as more companies start to invest in the technology.
That would mean that the demand for green tech would continue to grow, and companies like Ford, Tesla, General Motor and Intel could see even greater demand for their green tech in the future.
The second thing to look at is whether the demand from companies like Tesla and General Motors is actually going to keep growing as they scale up their production capacity.
Recodes source: Recode article The third thing to take into account is that the overall demand for the green industry is probably going to grow much faster than the demand on the green car industry.
The demand for more green tech is already increasing and will continue to increase.
The green car market is already growing fast, and the demand will continue increasing over the next several years.
But as the demand increases, the supply will be constrained.
That’s the key point here: There’s a finite supply of green technology.
So, if the demand isn’t going to go up, then the supply won’t increase as well.
If the demand is going to increase as fast as it is now, then we’re going to see that the supply of the green technology is going down, not up.
This means that the next wave of green car makers are going to have to do a lot of manufacturing in China.
Recoded source: Business Insider