The future of energy, 
made in Moses Lake.

The future of energy,
made in Moses Lake.

Our new home for advanced battery material production.

We engineer next-generation materials that make batteries smaller and more powerful to improve performance for everyday devices and electric vehicles. And we’re excited to open our new, mass-scale manufacturing plant here in Moses Lake.

Learn about Sila directly from our Co-Founder and CEO, Gene Berdichevsky, in an episode of the How I Built This podcast.

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What's new at
Sila Moses Lake!

Construction has started.

We’ve officially kicked off the build-out of our plant. We were honored to celebrate this important milestone with government officials, including Governor Jay Inslee, our partners, customers, and members of the Moses Lake community.

Investing $2M in workforce training.

We’ve partnered with Big Bend Community College and Columbia Basin Technical Skills Center to create a first-of-its-kind education program geared towards training the future battery workforce in Moses Lake, Washington.

We're hiring!

We’re looking for dedicated, talented people to join our team and help us achieve our mission of powering the world’s transition to clean energy. Learn more about our culture at Sila, and check out our open roles.

“I’m committed to ensuring our work in Washington not only advances Sila’s next-generation technology, but also strengthens our ties to bring more growth and development to the local community.”

Rosendo Alvarado
Plant Manager

Our commitment to the Moses Lake community.

Local educational institutions

Partner to develop workforce training and mentorship programs, and provide financial support.

Community organizations

Create a Community Advisory Board to understand and support community needs.

Under-represented partners

Attract and support diverse talent including those displaced from the fossil fuel industry.

Local businesses

Form direct connections and positive working relationships with industry and agriculture.

Local and state government

Collaborate and communicate to ensure all regulatory requirements are met.

Local and state associations

Become an active member of economic development associations.

Our commitment to the Moses Lake community.

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