Elon Musk and Tesla are holding their annual shareholder meeting today, June 6th. Musk kicked the party off a little early yesterday on Twitter, soliciting questions from users that ranged from silliness to truly important topics that may point to the trajectory of the company.
The upcoming questions will likely veer a little closer to the serious side of the spectrum. Tesla’s rapid growth in the last year will likely leave plenty for shareholders to inquire about.
Likely topics of discussion will be updates on the upcoming Tesla Model 3, the company’s most affordable option to date, its electric truck plans (which Musk recently gave a sneak peek at a TED conference), the resounding demand for their solar roofing technology, and any plans to expand production by building more Gigafactories.
Shareholders will also get a chance to vote whether board members will have to be re-elected each year.
Whatever is discussed at the meeting will likely give a clearer view as to the vision of the company for the future. Tesla is rapidly becoming a driving force in the push away from fossil fuels. Their products —from the electric cars, solar roofing tiles, to the battery packs to store that power — are already revolutionizing the way people generate and use energy.