Telsa founder aElon Musk just offered Australia the deal of a lifetime that sounds more like he runs a local pizza shop rather than a giant tech empire: 100 days or it’s free.
Musk stated on Twitter that he could fix South Australia power network by building a 100MW battery storage farm within 100 days. If Tesla doesn’t complete the task within 100 days, they’ll still build it, but free of charge.
@mcannonbrookes Tesla will get the system installed and working 100 days from contract signature or it is free. That serious enough for you?
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 10, 2017
According to CNN, South Australia’s population suffer regular power cuts and energy shortages. Tesla has since offered to provide 100 megawatt hours of battery storage at a total cost of $25 million, with Lyndon Rive, co-founder of Solar City and head of Tesla’s energy division, stating he could fix the problem within 100 days. Musk just basically upped the anti with the local car salesman-like promise.