Spanish company Endurance Motive to build the first lithium battery plant in Puebla


The governor of Puebla, Sergio Salomón, reported that today he held a meeting with the president of Endurance Motive, Ander Muelas, who told him that the lithium battery plant will be focused mainly on micro electromobility.

“It is with great pleasure that we announce a new, and very special, investment for Puebla,” Salomón noted on social networks, however, he did not give details of the amount of this investment.

The governor of Puebla assured that this announcement is a sign that his administration promotes public policies so that the state offers the best conditions for investments, in addition to the fact that initiatives in favor of electromobility give results.

The Secretary of Economy, Olivia Salomón, was present at the meeting; the office manager of the State of Puebla Energy Agency, Ermilo Barrera Novelo, as well as company directors.

For its part, Endurance Motive commented that after the meeting with the governor of Puebla, its commitment to Puebla began and showed that some prototypes of lithium batteries have already been delivered and it estimates that the plant will be ready next year.

This is going to be built near the Volkswagen plant, which is the second largest of the Volkswagen Group outside of Germany, its country of origin, and the largest in Mexico. 

The Spanish company has also met with other industries that may be potential clients, such as the Mexican Association of the Photovoltaic Industry, which considers that it has a growing demand for lithium batteries.

Source: Milenio

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