General Motors considering second US battery plant

New York (AFP) – General Motors on Thursday said it was considering building a second battery cell factory in the United States with South Korean partner LG, as the American auto giant shifts towards producing electric vehicles. GM and LG “are exploring the feasibility of constructing a second, state of the art battery cell manufacturing plant in the United States,” a GM spokeswoman told AFP.  “We hope to have a decision on the potential project in the first half of 2021.” General Motors recently announced it would stop selling most of its diesel or gasoline cars by 2035, and last year unveile…

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