City of El Paso announces partnership with General Motors

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EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The City of El Paso announced a new partnership with General Motors on Wednesday night hinting at a combined effort to reduce the city’s carbon footprint.

The announcement, sent by email with a news release, says the city and “community partners” formed a new partnership with GM for charging station development and electric development research.

The news release is vague about what the partnership will mean in investment into the community and who all the partners are.

City officials add that there will be a news conference Thursday, January 13 about the partnership, at 11 a.m.

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