Tesla’s Proprietary EV Charging Network Pays Off, Piper Sandler Estimates $3 Billion in Revenue by 2030
This Week In The Road to Autonomy Index — For the week of June 5, 2023, The Road to Autonomy Index returned 1.42%, while the S&P 500 returned 0.37%. The top performing stocks in The Road to Autonomy Index this week were Tesla, GM, Daimler Truck.
On this episode, Grayson Brulte discusses Tesla’s North American Charging Standard connector for EVs, GM’s autonomous vehicle strategy and why the market for personally owned autonomous vehicles is beginning to emerge.
When Tesla first announced their proprietary EV charging network on September 24, 2012 there was a lot of skepticism in terms of the return on investment. It turns out that the decision to invest in a proprietary EV charging network was the correct move. A move that will drive long-term revenue for Tesla as Piper Sandler is estimating that Tesla stands to generate an additional $3 billion in revenue by 2030 and $5.4 billion by 2032.
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