GM builds new center to unlock cheaper, longer-range batteries

General Motors is building a new facility at its Warren, Michigan, campus aimed at unlocking breakthrough cell technology that will drive down the cost of batteries while improving their range. The automaker said Tuesday that the initial phase of the Wallace Battery Cell Innovation Center, which will be about 300,000 square feet and located on the campus of GM’s Global Technical Center, is already under construction and is expected to be completed in mid-2022. GM did not reveal the cost of the build except to say “hundreds of millions” of dollars were being invested.


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