Standard Motors Co and LG Electricity Resolution do not strategy to go forward with a fourth U.S. battery cell producing plant, two resources informed Reuters on Friday.

The companies’ joint enterprise Ultium Cells LLC explained in August it was taking into consideration a website in New Carlisle, Indiana, for a fourth U.S. battery plant, expected to value all over $2.5 billion.

“We’ve been really obvious that our strategy includes investing in a fourth U.S. cell plant, but we’re not going to comment on speculation,” GM reported in a statement on Friday.

LG Energy explained late on Friday that discussions on a fourth plant keep on being ongoing “but no conclusion has been built.” The strategy was noted earlier by the Wall Road Journal.

GM could nonetheless continue with designs to construct a new plant in Indiana with a new partner, the resources said.

The Detroit automaker and the South Korean business are creating a $2.6 billion plant in Michigan, set to open up in 2024. In December, Ultium mentioned it would boost its investment decision in a $2.3 billion Tennessee plant that is set to open later this yr by a different $275 million.

GM explained Friday it is swiftly investing to ramp up mobile creation with LG Power, incorporating that the plants in Tennessee and Michigan are on track to open up in 2023 and 2024, respectively.

“This cell ability keeps us on keep track of to develop 400,000 EVs (electric powered vehicles) in North The us by mid-2024 and we count on to have cell capability to make far more than 1 million EVs annually in North The us in 2025,” GM reported.

Very last thirty day period, the U.S. Electrical power Department finalized a $2.5 billion reduced-cost bank loan to Ultium to enable fork out for the three factories.

President Joe Biden has established a intention for 50% of U.S. vehicle generation by 2030 to be electric or plug-in electric powered hybrid autos. GM ideas to end advertising gasoline-driven autos by 2035 but is nevertheless investing in internal combustion production.