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GM to Build 2 More US EV Materials Factories

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Dec. 13, 2021—General Motors on Thursday announced it will build two new factories in the United States to process raw materials used in electric vehicles.

According to a report from the Detroit Free Press, GM will work with two unnamed partners on the factories. One will be located in Fort Worth, Texas, and the other at a location that has not yet been announced. Both are aiming to be in production by 2024. 

“We are building a resilient and sustainable EV manufacturing value chain in North America from raw materials to components to drive GM’s growth and support a mass market for EVs,” GM executive Shilpan Amin said.

Amin said the agreements mean a "majority" of GM's Ultium platform will be sourced from the United States.

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