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GMC, Cadillac SUVs to be Built with Renewable Energy

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May 19, 2020—General Motors' plant in Spring Hill, Tenn., will run on renewable energy in two years, reported CNET.

The plant, home to the GMC Acadia, Cadillac XT5 and XT6, will be powered by solar energy.

The automaker signed an agreement with the Tennessee Valley Authority's Green Invest program to purchase 100 megawatts of solar energy annually.

General Motors is also working to bring its Michigan-based plants including the Renaissance Center, Warren Technical Center and two production plants, to run on renewable energy.

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