Repair of electricity pylon after Tesla attack cost over a million

Repair of electricity pylon after Tesla attack cost over a million
Protest camp at the Tesla factory in Grünheide, Brandenburg.
Image: APA/dpa/Christoph Soeder

The head of the regional network operator Edis, Alexander Montebaur, named this sum at a meeting of the Tesla Task Force last Wednesday in the Brandenburg State Chancellery.

“The laborious restoration of supply was a great team effort by our employees, partner companies and authorities,” Montebaur is quoted as saying.

  • Also read: After the attack: Tesla factory near Berlin will be open until the end of next week

Brandenburg’s Prime Minister Dietmar Woidke (SPD) described the attack as dangerous to thousands of households. “Without any scruples, not only the supply of a plant, but above all thousands of households, including health and social facilities, were damaged,” Woidke wrote to Edis. The head of government thanked people for restoring the power supply.

  • More on the subject: Activists want to prevent the eviction of the German Tesla protest camp

On March 5, previously unknown perpetrators set fire to an electricity pylon in a field that is part of the power supply for the electric car factory in Grünheide near Berlin. Production came to a standstill for almost a week. The left-wing extremist “Vulkan Group” had declared that it was responsible for the attack. The Federal Prosecutor’s Office took over the investigation. According to the “Stop Tesla” initiative, a protest camp demonstrating against an expansion planned by Tesla has nothing to do with the attack.

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