Next Generation Manufacturing Canada, an industry-led organization behind what was the Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster, will grant Toronto-based Li-Metal and Boucherville, Que.-based Blue Solutions nearly $2.4 million toward the project, which will be matched by the companies, plus in-kind contributions. It was one of 15 zero-emissions vehicle projects NGen selected for a $76-million round of supercluster investments. (The Logic)
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