Ex-Tesla engineer building silicon anode plant as U.S. amps up EV battery production


Sila, a battery materials startup cofounded by one of Tesla’s earliest engineers and backed by Mercedes-Benz, is building a large-scale factory in Washington state to make battery anodes that use silicon instead of graphite which the company says will make electric vehicle battery packs more energy-efficient and, eventually, cheaper.

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