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LG Chem to invest $3.2B to build NCMA cathode plant in Tennessee; 120,000 tpa

Green Car Congress

LG Chem today has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the state of Tennessee to establish a new cathode manufacturing facility in Clarksville with an investment of US$3.2 million pure electric vehicles with a range of 310 miles (500 km) per charge. billion) in 2022 to KRW 20 trillion (US$14.7 billion) by 2027.

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GE Appliances deploying fleet of electric trucks from Einride in Kentucky, Georgia, and Tennessee

Green Car Congress

GE Appliances (GEA), a Haier company, is deploying a fleet of electric freight vehicles on routes between the company’s inbound warehouses and its manufacturing facilities in Kentucky, Georgia, and Tennessee.

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Piedmont Lithium selects Tennessee for second lithium hydroxide project; 30,000 metric tons per year

Green Car Congress

Piedmont Lithium has ( earlier post ) selected Etowah, Tennessee as the location of the company’s planned 30,000 metric ton per year (tpy) LHP­2 lithium hydroxide operation (“Tennessee Lithium”). Conceptual design of the 30,000 TPY Tennessee Lithium plant. Planned completion and start of production is in 2025.

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Magna to invest $790M to build three facilities in Tennessee; supporting Ford BlueOval City

Green Car Congress

Magna International will invest more than $790 million to build the first two supplier facilities at Ford’s BlueOval City supplier park in Stanton, Tennessee. In addition to the two West Tennessee locations, Magna will also build a stamping and assembly facility in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.

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Waffle House is getting NEVI DC fast chargers in Tennessee

Electrek

EV charging company EnviroSpark is installing National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program DC fast chargers at Waffle House in Lakeland, Tennessee.

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Waffle House is getting NEVI DC fast chargers in Tennessee

Baua Electric

Photo: Waffle House EV charging company EnviroSpark is installing National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) program DC fast chargers at Waffle House in Lakeland, Tennessee. Tennessee has $88 million in federal grant money for TDOT and TDEC to dole out over five years to expand its EV charging network. Get started here. –ad*

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LG Chem breaks ground $1.6B on Cathode Plant in Clarksville, Tennessee

Electric Cars Report

The facility, located in Montgomery County, Clarksville, Tennessee, will locally produce cathode materials optimized for North American electric vehicles and collaborate with key partners from development to supply chain. on Cathode Plant in Clarksville, Tennessee appeared first on Electric Cars Report.

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