David Wagman writes in PV Magazine that Ford plans to invest $11.4 billion to build EVs and batteries.
- Ford will partner with South Korea-based SK Innovation to build two new plants in Tennessee and Kentucky that would produce electric F-Series trucks.
- Ford’s Stanton, Tennessee plant will be powered by solar, wind, and geothermal energy.
- Ford will also work with Nevada-based Redwood Materials to increase lithium-ion recycling and localize its supply chain.
- The leadership and innovation of the private sector is creating a cleaner future.
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