The US wants to break into the solar panel business. Doing so, if its possible at all, means costs of the solar panels and electricity will surge...
Besides a shortage of workers, Bloomberg noted, "US environmental permit issues and the Biden administration's slowness in delivering financial support have been plaguing domestic chip projects."
The supply-chain catastrophe in 2020-2021, the edgy US-China relationship, and the scary dependence on China triggered a big corporate rethink.
The aerospace and space travel company Virgin Galactic has announced a major leap in its operations with the establishment of a state-of-the-art spaceship manufacturing facility in Mesa, Arizona.
...that the facility will need its own COAL plant to run
The Prologue - a name is apparently meant to conjure thoughts about Honda's future, which looks bleak - will be one of two Honda-badged extruded plastic shells dropped onto a common GM skate, the so-called "Ultium electric vehicle platform.
Tesla's outspoken CEO doesn't see eye to eye with the striking union members.
Speaking at a convention in April, United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain identified what he considered the union's "one and only true enemy – multibillion-dollar corporations and employers that refuse to give our members their fair share."
Full speech: Former President Donald Trump spoke before some striking UAW members in Clinton Township at Drake Industries.
Elon Musk is correct. The risk of UAW's 40% pay hike for its 150,000 members at the "Big Three" US automakers - General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler - could send them spiraling into bankruptcy once again.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) went on strike on Sept. 15. The strike affected the "big three" in Detroit--General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis, maker of the Jeep.
-after workers at facility in Detroit went on strike because 'there is no work' - as UAW president threatens that MORE people will walk off the job by Friday if demands are not met
It appears less likely that Ford will face a catastrophic strike by the United Auto Workers (UAW) union.
Taiwanese microchip manufacturer TSMC blames struggle to build Phoenix plant on skilled labor shortage but workers cite disorganization and safety concerns
The latest program focuses on rehiring workers and retooling existing ICE factories for EV production.
The Department of Energy has defended its plan to introduce new requirements for ceiling fans, insisting that they would save households energy after Republicans claimed the rules would put manufacturers out of business.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) contract with GM, Ford, and Stellantis will expire on September 14. The UAW demands are outright ludicrous. A strike appears likely.
Massive 24-inch wheels set the 'Slade apart from rivals like the Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV.
Truck drivers are sure to appreciate the work Nikola engineers have done. The company's eco-friendly big rigs are smooth, quiet, powerful and clean, with zero noxious tailpipe emissions for operators to worry about breathing in all day, every day whi
It's been a rough morning for Global Manufacturing PMIs - China, Turkey, Italy, France, Germany (shitshow), Eurozone, UK, Canada, and Brazil all printed below 50 (contracting).