Sign Up for FREE Daily Energy News
  • Stay Connected
  • linkedin
  • twitter
  • facebook
  • youtube2

Hazloc Heaters
Hazloc Heaters

U.S. Energy Secretary Expected to Announce EV Grant in Michigan

English Español 简体中文 हिन्दी Português
These translations are done via Google Translate

By Ari Natter and David Welch

(Bloomberg) Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette is traveling to Michigan Thursday to tour a General Motors Co. facility and is expected to announce an electric-car battery grant while in the the battle-ground state, according to two people familiar with the plans.

The grant will aid the industry at large and be announced in conjunction with Brouillette’s visit to GM’s Estes Battery Lab and Design Center, according to the people, who asked not to be identified revealing information in advance of the event.

GM has been developing battery packs at the Estes plant for electric vehicles it will begin selling later this year. The company plans to sell 20 plug-in models globally by 2023.

The Energy Department, in a statement announcing the trip, said Brouillette plans to highlight the agency’s “commitment to advancing American manufacturing and battery storage technology.”

The grant, which the people familiar said will total over $100 million, follows the release of an Energy Department plan to accelerate the development, commercialization, and utilization of energy storage technologies.

Brouillett’s trip comes as other administration officials have spread out to battleground states across the country with cabinet officials making stops in Florida, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Arizona.

WHO U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette
WHAT General Motor’s Estes Battery Lab and Design Center
WHERE Warren, MI
WHEN Thursday, July 16

Share This:

More News Articles

New SHOWCASE Directory Companies


RAM Industries Inc.
RHK Hydraulic Cylinder Services Inc.