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Global solar company Array Technologies will create 100 jobs at its new manufacturing campus in Bernalillo County, New Mexico.
There's a renewed focus on entrepreneurs In New Mexico with the state’s Economic Development Department's new Office of Entrepreneurship.
A Germany-based antenna and telescope technology company, mtex, will expand to Albuquerque, New Mexico, with a $16 million investment.
The Singapore-based company has plans to build a 3-gigawatt factory on a 160-acre site for solar cell and solar panel production.