Work begins on new EV plant in Texas

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While Kentucky is getting a $2 billion electric vehicle battery factory to be built by a Japanese company and Hyundia plans to invest $300 million to add an electric vehicle assembly line at its Alabama plant, a Spanish EV manufacturer is starting construction of a new plant in Arlington, Texas.

Wallbox, the Barcelona-based manufacture of EV charging equipment is in the first phase of construction in Texas reported Inside EVs.

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The company is investing approximately $11 million into the initial construction and plans to begin production by early October of 2022. The facility will have an annual production capacity of over 250,000 units when it opens, and by 2025 Wallbox anticipates the plant will be pumping out over 500,000 units.

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