TechInnovation – GM is investing in a California lithium extraction project (Aria Alamalhodaei, TechCrunch)

General Motors is investing in domestically sourced lithium. The company said Friday it became the first investor in an Australian company’s project to extract the mineral, a critical component of electric vehicle batteries, from the Salton Sea Geothermal Field near Los Angeles. The automaker will have first rights on lithium produced by Controlled Thermal Resources’ “Hell’s Kitchen” lithium extraction project.

GM is investing in a California lithium extraction project | TechCrunch

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