Posts Tagged ‘General Motors’

Texas Tops Nation in Wind Power, and Capacity Still Rising

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Oil has long been the energy king in Texas and will be for the foreseeable future, but the Lone Star state also leads the country in wind power capacity.

Massive power purchase agreements for factories such as Arlington’s General Motors …

Chevrolet Vehicle Owners Upping Data Usage, Carmaker Says

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Chevrolet Tahoes and Suburbans have become internet hot spots for owners, using three-and-a-half times more data than a year ago, the carmaker reported.

Vehicle owners are able to stream movies, send emails, and play online games.

The OnStar 4G LTE-enabled

GM Adds New Robots to Assembly Plant in Arlington

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Robots have a new job at General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington.

With a full-size SUV rolling off the assembly line every minute, 24 hours a day, six days a week going to customers all over the world, there’s no …

General Motors Drives More Growth in Arlington

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

General Motors, already Arlington’s largest private employer, continues to grow its footprint in the city both as a manufacturer and a financial company.

While the General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington has grabbed most of the headlines in recent years …

GM to go Green with Wind Energy in DFW

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

General Motors is going green at it’s Arlington Assembly Plant and GM Financial headquarters in downtown Fort Worth with wind energy from Cactus Flats wind farm in Concho County, according to the Fort Worth Star Telegram.

GM’s Arlington plant

3 Things We’re Reading: GM, Lyft to roll out driverless taxis

Posted by Heather Noel

GM, LYFT TO DEBUT DRIVERLESS TAXIS; NEW PIZZA CHAIN OPENING IN FRISCO; GRAPEVINE-BASED SCHOOL OFFERS VIRTUAL INSTRUCTION


Every day, Dallas Innovates staffers scan websites looking for the most interesting, important, and unusual stories about innovation and creativity. Here are three …

Bringing the World to Classrooms in DFW (and Beyond)

Posted by Sabari Raja

There is a problem facing the tech world: not enough students are making their way into science, engineering, and tech fields. More alarming is the dearth of minority students and girls who don’t see themselves fitting into these high-skill careers. …