North Carolina’s commitment to a top workforce, clean energy, and a favorable business climate are credited for the state’s success.
The 'Ūkiu Energy 40MW Renewable Energy Site will add critical grid reliability to Maui, move Hawaii closer to its clean energy goals.
In Detroit, Australia-based Fortescue will establish Advanced Manufacturing Center, Germany-based EcoG plans U.S. headquarters. Plus, Fifth Wheel Freight plans new flagship headquarters in the Great Lakes State.
Solenis plans to build an 80,000-square-foot production facility, packaging facility, and tank farm in Suffolk, Virginia.
City Of Richland Economic Development Manager Amanda Wallner discusses why this Pacific Northwest city provides a strategic location for companies across a number of industries.
Businesses have announced more than 265 new clean energy projects in 41 states since August 2022, when the federal Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) was signed into law.
Plant upgrades at Sila Moses Lake, investment in the local workforce will support 2025 production of Sila’s next-generation anode to auto customers.
Forge Nano will launch a new lithium-ion battery manufacturing company, Forge Battery, that will create hundreds of jobs in Wake County, NC.
E-One Moli Energy Canada plans to use federal and provincial funds to redevelop its Maple Ridge, British Columbia, facility.
Westinghouse will invest at least $18 million to further develop its innovative eVinci™ transportable nuclear battery technology in Allegheny County, PA.
Global solar company Array Technologies will create 100 jobs at its new manufacturing campus in Bernalillo County, New Mexico.
Located across the U.S., seven Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs (H2Hubs) will create jobs, strengthen nation’s energy security, and combat climate crisis.
Signaling a new era for enhanced geothermal energy, Fervo Energy is building the world’s largest next-gen geothermal project in southwest Utah.
Norwegian hydrogen company Nel Hydrogen will build its automated gigafactory in Plymouth Township, Michigan, where it will create 517 jobs.
At its first commercial-scale li-ion battery processing facility, Blue Whale Materials will create 90 jobs in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
The topic of energy comes up early and often as companies work to make site selection decisions regarding existing and future facilities.
Having access to a robust transportation system has made Washington a dependable state for businesses that need an end-to-end supply chain.
Clean-Seas' West Virginia facility, its first in the U.S., will convert plastic feedstock into precursors for recycled content plastics and clean fuels.
With Illinois' goal of achieving zero-emissions by 2045, clean energy manufacturers have an increasingly critical role in energy transition efforts.
With a robust transportation system already in place, Nevada focuses on low emissions and utilizing natural resources.