At its first commercial-scale li-ion battery processing facility, Blue Whale Materials will create 90 jobs in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
Silfab Solar, a leading North American solar panel manufacturer, will invest $150 million in South Carolina, creating 800 jobs.
In West Virginia, Omnis Fuel Technologies restarted and will expand its Pleasants Power Plant. Plus, a $50M food packaging facility is planned for Berkeley County.
As the demand for and production of electric vehicles ramps up, discover how North Carolina is well positioned to be a driving force in the auto industry’s transformation.
Divert, Inc.'s Longview, WA facility will help Pacific Northwest businesses and local jurisdictions reduce wasted food and comply with waste regulations.
A 170,000-square-foot expansion of a soybean processing plant will create 40 new jobs in Gilman, Illinois, while retaining 200.
The electric transmission line delivers 100% clean, renewable hydropower to the 1,250-acre Science & Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park in Genesee County, New York.
With an eye on the future, the Hoosier State created a plan that aims to advance the environment, economy, and energy transition.
Mark Litten, VP of Economic Development, Putnam County Chamber of Commerce describes this northeast Florida community's dynamic business climate and great quality of life.
With a robust transportation system in place, the Great Lakes State is a prime location for electric vehicles and other advanced manufacturing.
Louisiana, the Bayou State, is well positioned to offer businesses an environment to expand renewable energy innovations.
The Singapore-based company has plans to build a 3-gigawatt factory on a 160-acre site for solar cell and solar panel production.
The topic of energy comes up early and often as companies work to make site selection decisions regarding existing and future facilities.
Solar panel manufacturing facility will create more than 700 new jobs at the Acadiana Regional Airport in Iberia Parish, Louisiana.
Once again, the U.S. ranks as the top destination for foreign direct investment, followed by China and Canada, in the 2023 Global Rankings Report.
Two new solar projects will support four Johnson Controls facilities, advance company goal of 100% renewable energy and net zero operations by 2040.
Indiana incentives will help NOVA Chemicals add up to 125 new jobs in Connersville, and Ford Meter Box Company create up to 126 jobs in Wabash.
Twelve's Moses Lake, WA facility will be the first commercial-scale plant in the U.S. for producing sustainable aviation fuel from CO2.
Foreign direct investment, renewable energy, and global smart cities are included in this year’s global rankings.
Having access to a robust transportation system has made Washington a dependable state for businesses that need an end-to-end supply chain.