GM Energy launches to connect homes, businesses with EV chargers, energy storage


Electric Chevrolet Silverado shown at the New York Auto Show, April, 2022.

Scott Mlyn | CNBC

General Motors on Tuesday said that it is forming a new business unit to offer stationary battery packs, solar panels, electric vehicle chargers and other energy-management products for homes and businesses.

The new unit, called GM Energy, aims to build on the battery and software expertise that GM has amassed in recent years to develop a new line of electric vehicles that will, in time, replace its internal-combustion offerings.

GM Energy will offer products and services for what the company calls “energy management,” including hardware such as batteries and solar panels as well as hydrogen fuel…


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