BorgWarner gets grant to grow EV business

BorgWarner gets grant to grow EV business

BorgWarner Cadillac will manufacture advanced HVCH systems that will be used to manage cabin and battery temperatures in EVs.

BorgWarner Thermal Systems has been awarded a grant to grow its electric vehicle business and is set to launch a new high-voltage coolant heater (HVCH) at its existing facility in Cadillac, Michigan. The electrification project is expected to generate a total capital investment of $11.2 million and create up to 30 jobs with support from the city of Cadillac, in addition to a $225,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant through the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), the company says.

BorgWarner Cadillac will manufacture advanced HVCH systems that will be used to manage cabin and battery temperatures, critical for vehicle efficiency in hybrid and pure electric vehicles.

The state of Michigan was selected for the project after a competitive evaluation of alternative locations in the United States. The project reinforces Michigan’s leadership position in advanced manufacturing.

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