TUCSON, AZ (December 7, 2022) — Sion Power Corporation, a leading technology developer of next-generation batteries for electric vehicles (EV), today announced plans to expand its existing manufacturing operations in Tucson, Arizona. The planned expansion site is the 111,400-square-foot building at 6950 South Country Club Road. The expansion is expected to be complete by 2026…
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“As Sion Power takes the next step towards commercialization, Carlos’s experience in incorporating cell technologies into commercial energy storage systems will be invaluable.”
Key position change at Sion Power, aligning the company for commercial expansion.
Sion Power Corporation (Sion Power) announced it has appointed Mack Treece as its Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Treece brings more than 30 years of experience in senior leadership positions with a specific focus on successfully scaling young companies into dominant market positions. “Sion Power is extremely fortunate to have Mack join our team,” says Tracy…
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