The company, which also makes testing equipment and battery anodes, will expand its cathode material business with a 35,000-square-foot Nova Scotia pilot plant. The federal government’s repayable contribution will go toward purchasing equipment in hopes it will be “commercially viable for an ever-expanding marketplace focused on electric vehicles and large-scale energy storage.” (The Logic)
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