Tata Sons, the parent company of Tata Group, has announced it will build a new global battery gigafactory in the United Kingdom with a capacity to produce 40 GWh of battery cells annually. This will entail an investment of over four billion pounds. Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is owned by Tata Motors, which is a subsidiary of Tata Group.
JLR announced that it would source its batteries for next-generation models from Agratas, a subsidiary of Tata Group. Agratas has already announced it will build a battery plant in Gujarat with capacity of 20 GWh annually, with battery packs expected to offer 120 kWh for a range of up to 724 km.
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