1. Lordstown Motors gets congressional support for federal loan  MahoningMatters.com
  2. Lordstown Motors applies for federal loan for money to convert old GM plant  WKBN.com
  3. Lordstown Motors Seeks Department of Energy Loan  businessjournaldaily.com
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The federal spending package included $5 million for the loan, which would allow Lordstown Motors to re-tool its new facility to make electric vehicles.The federal spending package included $5 million for the loan, which would allow Lordstown Motors to re-tool its new facility to make electric vehicles.

Lordstown Motors gets congressional support for federal loan - MahoningMatters.com

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Lordstown Motors Corp. said Wednesday it is exploring a U.S. Department of Energy loan program targeted at encouraging the development of high-efficiency vehicles.  The company, which purchased the former General Motors Lordstown Complex that GM idled last year, is “in discussions with government leaders” about potentially utilizing the Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing …

Lordstown Motors May Seek Department of Energy Loan - Business Journal Daily

Lordstown Motors needs the money to convert the old General Motors plant into one that can manufacture electric vehicles.Lordstown Motors needs the money to convert the old General Motors plant into one that can manufacture electric vehicles.

Lordstown Motors applies for federal loan for money to convert old GM plant | WKBN.com

LORDSTOWN — General Motors structured the sale of its former assembly plant in a way that lets the new owner take possession and work toward the launch of itsLORDSTOWN — General Motors structured the sale of its former assembly plant in a way that lets the new owner take possession and work toward the launch of its electric pickup truck while still raising money to operate. GM spokesman Jim Cain declined to discuss specifics of the deal Monday, but documents related to the […]

GM agrees to loan up to $40M to Lordstown Motors Corp. | News, Sports, Jobs - The Vindicator

General Motors and LG Chem on Thursday announced a partnership that will bring more than 1,000 jobs to Lordstown.The new plant comes in addition to Lordstown Motors Corp.'s acquisition of the former Lordstown GM plant.

General Motors, LG Chem to bring 1,000+ jobs to Lordstown | wkyc.com