bipartisan infrastructure law

US Continues Clean Energy Support With $3.5 Billion For Battery Manufacturing

As part of its Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the Biden administration in the US has announced a new round of federal funds to underpin a strong domestic manufacturing. Administered by the Department of Energy (DoE) this $3.5 billion package is the second part of a large $6 billion-plus program that started awarding funds to applicant firms […]

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Minerals firm ICL To Invest $400 Million in Lithium Battery Materials Facility in US

Global minerals conglomerate ICL has announced that it plans to build a $400 million lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cathode active material (CAM) manufacturing plant in St. Louis, USA. ICL held that this is expected to be the first large-scale LFP material manufacturing plant in the United States. ICL was awarded $197 million through the Bipartisan […]

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DOE Awards $100 Million to Group14 Technologies for Battery Production

Group14 Technologies announced that it has been selected as a recipient of the first set of projects funded by US President Joe Biden’s ‘Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’ to expand domestic battery manufacturing for electric vehicles and the electrical grid. Group14 held that it will receive $100 million for battery materials processing and battery manufacturing to support […]

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US Launches $8 Billion Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub Programme

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has announced through a Notice of Intent (NOI) that it will fund the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s $8 billion program to develop regional clean hydrogen hubs (H2Hubs) across America. According to the official statement of the department, H2Hubs will create networks of hydrogen producers, consumers, and local connective infrastructure to […]

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