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Electric vehicles and green energy help keep Georgia in the fast lane.
The Teamsters union and UPS pulled back from the brink with a five-year labor agreement, while the Braves went public, and Georgia ports had another busy year.
Pratt & Whitney flies to France to announce that Columbus landed a big aircraft engine expansion, but nothing is growing faster in the Peach State than the branches of the electric vehicle supply chain.
A battery joint venture accounts for most of the $5.54 billion investment in Hyundai’s Bryan County plant.
North Georgia dreams of a bigger version of the Braves’ sports-driven development, while battery-powered vehicles keep driving manufacturing south.
The Qcells solar panel factory in the northwest of the state and the Hyundai electric vehicle Metaplant in southeast Georgia are drawing suppliers to build plants nearby, while soundstages and related developments are blooming across metro Atlanta and beyond.
The state had record exports and imports in 2022, and that’s before the EV industry truly cranks up.
Solar panel factories enhance Georgia’s green manufacturing growth.
While the future is now for EVs, a biobank helps prepare Georgia for tomorrow.
From payments to transportation to accounting, Georgia companies have been busy seeking and making deals.
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