Green New Energy Materials Establishes US Operations in Right to Work North Carolina

Right to Work North Carolina Economic Update

Green New Energy Materials has chosen Right to Work Denver, North Carolina as the perfect place to establish US operations. In order to do so, the China-based company is investing a total of $140 million toward the project. This new addition will also create 545 new jobs!

From Area Development Magazine:

“We would like to thank the strong and unwavering support from the State of North Carolina and Lincoln County for our project. The United States has always been a key component of GNEM’s strategic plan of establishing clean energy supply chains worldwide. Today, we are bringing technologies refined for decades to the center of clean energy transformation, to the Old North State (North Carolina). […] GNEM will establish a state-of-the-art manufacturing base and create more than 500 futureproof jobs. Through their close cooperation, the State of North Carolina and GNEM will continue to grow and solidify their leadership in building resilient and secured clean energy supply chain, and super charge the green transition in North America and across the planet.” […]

“North Carolina’s investments to strengthen our education and workforce training programs continue to pay dividends. […] Companies in forward-leaning industries like clean energy know they can partner with the state to develop the skilled workforce they need to succeed in today’s dynamic economy.” […]

“Green New Energy Materials’ decision to build its newest lithium-ion battery separator manufacturing facility in North Carolina is another example of North Carolina being a great fit for companies in the EV battery industry. […] With the largest manufacturing workforce in the Southeast and an East Coast location offering easy access to supply chains and customers, Green New Energy Materials are sure to thrive here.”


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