After delays due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Tesla has officially announced a new date for both the annual shareholder meeting, as well as the highly anticipated Battery Day event.
The annual shareholder meeting was originally scheduled for earlier this week, July 7. It was planned to be both an in-person event and a livestream for those who could not attend.
Battery Day was supposed to take place earlier this year, where it was expected the automaker was going to announce several advancements in battery technology that would only widen their lead in the market.
Both events are now scheduled to take place in-person on September 22, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. PST, at Tesla’s Fremont Factory, and will only be open to eligible shareholders.
Tesla also plans to livestream both events.
To attend the originally scheduled meeting, you had to be a shareholder as of May 15, 2020. There has been no indication that this date has changed with the new date for the meeting.
As a shareholder, if you have previously sent in proxies or voted by internet or telephone on the resolutions put forward, you will be asked to resubmit proxies or vote again.