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General Motors Will Soon Source Rare Metals for EVs in North America

Brad Bergan reports for Interesting Engineering that General Motors will soon source rare metals for EVs in North America.

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The C3 Take
  • General Motors, in partnership with Las Vegas-based MP Metals, will look to establish a domestic supply chain of rare earth metals.
  • China is currently the world’s main supplier of rare earth materials which threatens stability in our clean energy sector and our national security.
  • Establishing a reliable supply chain for these materials is important, especially as more  manufacturers are increasing their supply of EVs.
  • Private sector innovation is key to unlocking a more reliable and safe rare earth supply chain.

“General Motors has signed a deal to extract rare metals for the motors of electric vehicles in North America, according to a Thursday press release from the automaker. Linking up with the Las Vegas-based MP Materials, the automaker will receive ‘U.S.-sourced and manufactured rare earth materials, alloy, and finished magnets for the electric motors’ ideal for GM’s forthcoming lineup of all-electric vehicles.”

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