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Mercedes workers in Alabama vote against UAW membership

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Mercedes workers in Alabama have voted against joining the United Automotive Workers (UAW) last week, after the union was successfully voted in at a Volkswagen plant last month. ” Upon the NLRB’s certification of the results, Mercedes workers in Alabama will need to wait another year to file for a new election.

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Alabama just announced its first 13 federally funded EV charging stations

Electrek

Alabama is handing out $11.2 million in federal grants to install 13 NEVI-compliant EV charging stations – here’s where they’re going.

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Mercedes EV plant in Alabama narrowly declines to join UAW, bucking trend

Electrek

Hot on the heels of a historic victory where VW workers in Tennessee voted to join the United Auto Workers union , Mercedes workers in Vance, Alabama have narrowly voted against joining UAW themselves. The vote comes a day after another union victory in Alabama, where the New Flyer bus plant, which makes some EV buses, joined UAW.

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Li-Cycle opens its fourth Li-ion battery Spoke recycling facility in Alabama

Green Car Congress

Li-Cycle has started commercial operations in its Alabama Spoke located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Alabama Spoke utilizes Li-Cycle’s patented and environmentally friendly technology to recycle and to process directly full EV battery packs without any dismantling through a submerged shredding process that produces no wastewater.

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Workers at Mercedes-Benz's Alabama Plant Shut Down UAW Efforts - For Now

The Truth About Cars

Last week, workers at Mercedes-Benz’s facility in Alabama voted against unionizing , with 56 percent saying they were against it. The UAW had an uphill battle in the Alabama plant, as Mercedes jumped into the fight in the “no” camp. A defeat in this vote doesn’t necessarily mean the UAW is dead in the water. Images: James R.

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Alabama-built Mercedes-Benz EQE electric SUV to start at $77,900

Green Car Congress

The EQE SUV is produced in the Mercedes-Benz plant in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, while the battery factory in nearby Bibb County supplies the batteries for this model as well as for the EQS SUV. Starting from $77,900, the 2023 EQE SUV will arrive in US dealerships in spring.

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Genesis starts Electrified GV70 production in Alabama

Electric Cars Report

Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama (HMMA) celebrated the launch of the first-ever Genesis Electrified GV70 SUV. and the first-ever Genesis assembly to take place […] The post Genesis starts Electrified GV70 production in Alabama appeared first on Electric Cars Report.

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