Sila and their Moses Lake plant

Sila and their Moses Lake plant
Image Credits: Sila

Silas own press release:

New manufacturing plant to make electric vehicles more affordable,… “It’s critical to have domestic supply chain for batteries,” said Gene Berdichevsky, CEO & Co-Founder of Sila.

GeekWire reporting:

Next-gen battery startup Sila breaks ground on Washington facility with $100M in DOE support
Artist rendering of the Sila manufacturing facility being built in Moses Lake, Wash. (Sila Image) Next-generation battery materials startup Sila broke

Basin Business Journal reporting:

Sila breaks ground on Washington facility
Sila Nanotechnologies officially opened its Moses Lake plant Nov. 29. “This moment has been 12 years in the making,” said Gene Berdichevsky, co-founder and CEO of Sila. “And the journey to this point can be summed up, really, in two words: passion and persistence. Many startups have origin stories that began in a garage, but we were not that cool. We started out in a windowless basement lab of Georgia Tech. Back then there were only 13 of us, working shoulder to shoulder back to back literally intent on doing what we believed – what many believed — was impossible.”

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