* Investment is GM Ventures' eighth, totaling $43.5 mln * GM to install solar charging stations at plants, dealers * Commits to double solar power use at its plants by 2016 By Ben Klayman DETROIT, July 28 (Reuters) - A General Motors Co unit has invested $7.5 million and taken an undisclosed stake in Sunlogics Inc, helping the solar energy systems manufacturer to establish plants in Michigan and Canada and create 310 jobs at the small company. GM Ventures said it also signed ...
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