No, it’s not about Gigafactory 5 but Tesla is looking for the next electrical engineer in Greece, which will detect problems in electric motors. The American firm wants to focus on identifying problems in its electric motors, so as to arrange them, and produce more reliable electric cars on the market.
In fact, intends to do this on Greek soil and specifically in Athens. Elon Musk’s company is looking for an electrical engineer for modeling and measuring problems in electric motors, as stated in its announcement.
This will be done through internships, which will last from 5 to 6 months and will take place in Athens, with the chosen person working as a member of the Tesla Engine Technology group in the capital.
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