Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk still is expecting production to ramp up this year for the company’s long-awaited solar roof that will be produced in Buffalo.

Musk said in a tweet Monday night that the company is “spooling up production line rapidly. Hoping to manufacture ~1000 solar roofs/week by end of this year.”

Musk’s tweet came after Tesla issued a second-quarter earnings report that made no mention of the solar roof and executives provided no update during a conference call with analysts on the production schedule for a product that the company is counting on to jump-start its rapidly shrinking solar energy business.

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