Advanced Manufacturing

May 01, 2023

Chattanooga ranks as a top city for EV industry development

The Chattanooga region is one of the three best sites in the United States to attract new electric vehicle equipment manufacturing and jobs as a national company cites the Scenic City’s low operating costs. Of 30 metros nationally that The Boyd Co. names as poised to woo such new investment, operating costs are the lowest in the Chattanooga area. The metro’s total annual cost was put at $43,727 per employee for a 150,000-square-foot EV manufacturing facility employing 500 workers, with the location consultant calling the region the best in the central/southern U.S. Click here to learn more.


Chattanooga Times Free Press – By Mike Pare Staff writer

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