Sion Power to expand battery manufacturing operations in Arizona

Dec. 27, 2022
The expansion site, located in Arizona along with the company's headquarters, will generate 150 new engineering and skilled technical jobs for the area.

Sion Power plans to increase its production of batteries designed for electric vehicles. The expansion site, located in Arizona along with the company's headquarters, will generate 150 new engineering and skilled technical jobs for the area. The company expects the overall economic impact of the project to be $341 million. According to Sion Power, the expanded plant will feature "fully automated battery cell production capabilities, including proprietary lithium metal anode manufacturing, cell assembly, and testing."

In a recent quote, Tracy Kelley, CEO of Sion Power, said, “The global construction of battery manufacturing plants is occurring at a rapid pace, and the United States can’t be left behind. With our facility expansion in Tucson, Arizona, it will allow Sion Power to further our mission of scaling battery manufacturing from research and development to commercialization. This enables us to better serve our customers and their applications.”

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