Major Investments Happening in Right to Work Nevada
Companies investing in Right to Work Nevada include American Battery Technology Company, Tesla, and Foot Locker. Each of these investments will create new economic opportunities for the state. So this is great news! Read on in order to find out more.
American Battery Technology Company:
American Battery Technology Company will soon be establishing operations in Right to Work McCarron, Nevada.
“We are excited to be able to capitalize on this opportunity to accelerate the first commercial-scale implementation of our integrated lithium-ion battery recycling technologies. […] The purchase of this existing facility was significantly lower cost than constructing a new facility of similar design, and the fact that it is move-in ready with the necessary infrastructure equipment already installed will allow us to accelerate our start of commercial-scale operations.”
American Battery Technology Company provides a key source of domestically manufactured critical battery metals to help meet the near insatiable demand from the electric vehicle, electrical grid storage, and consumer electronics industries. Through its three divisions, lithium-ion battery recycling, primary metal extraction technologies and primary resource development, the company is positioned to supply low-cost, low-environmental impact, and domestically sourced battery metals.
Tesla is investing $3.6 billion in order to add two new gigafactories and create 3,000 new jobs in Right to Work Storey County, Nevada.
“Tesla has far exceeded every promise they made going back to 2014. […] To date, they have invested $6.2 billion in Nevada, built a 5.4 million square foot Gigafactory which provided 17,000 local construction jobs and created more than 11,000 highly paid permanent jobs.” […]
“Since the inception of GOED, the main goal has been to diversify Nevada’s economy. […] The Nevada-Tesla partnership cemented a new economic sector in Nevada for the manufacturing of electric vehicle battery packs and drive units, and energy storage products. Tesla’s Gigafactory propelled Nevada’s manufacturing industry, establishing lithium-ion batteries as the state’s eighth largest export both nationally and internationally.”
Foot Locker is open in Right to Work Reno, Nevada after a $40 million investment. Now they can begin hiring 200 new employees!
“The opening of this new distribution center is an important milestone moment for Foot Locker. […] As we continue to take important steps to evolve our omnichannel capabilities and provide a more seamless experience for our customers, investments and facilities like these are preparing us for continued success.” […]
“We have designed this facility from the ground up with the latest technology. […] This will allow us to respond to the ever-changing needs of our customers while strengthening our larger supply chain network.”