GM says expanding access to vehicle-to-home technology will allow customers to experience even more EV benefits.
GM acquires battery software startup Algolion to enhance EV battery performance and development.
The network will be open to GM EV drivers starting in 2024 and will initially require the use of an adapter.
The companies say they plan to jointly operate the new facility, which will go live in 2026.
The companies plan to have production lines to build nickel-rich prismatic and cylindrical cells.
EnergyX says its technology can make lithium metal directly from brine and potentially in anode-ready form for EV batteries.
Advanced refining technology has potential to fully optimize North American lithium recovery.
Since the 2000 model year, GM has offered electronically adjustable suspension as an option on several full-size trucks.
The AFM activation and deactivation are controlled by the Valve Lifter Oil Manifold or VLOM.