Mike Colias of The Wall Street Journal reports that General Motors is planning to invest more than $3 billion for EV projects in Michigan.
- GM will convert its Orion Assembly plant in Detroit as a hub for production of electric vehicle trucks.
- The automaker will also cost share the development of a battery-cell factory in Lansing, MI with LG.
- These investments will strengthen the domestic supply chain of electric vehicles.
- Through innovation, the private sector is advancing technologies that benefit our environment and economy alike.
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