Next Alternative has presented its prospectus for the site to the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC). The plan is currently being reviewed and the project is expected to proceed –- pending approval of state and local incentives. NAI is also working with the Michigan Advanced Battery Credit (MABC), a first of its kind initiative that supports companies committed to the development and manufacture of advanced batteries.
The new plant sits atop an 8.5-acre parcel of land where an existing 35,000sf building will be retrofitted for NAI’s needs. The building will house office space, as well as a large industrial facility to be used for battery assembly, manufacture of M-Fuel Machines and research and development on fuels and fuel additives. NAI expects to hire more than 100 local employees to fill positions. The firm has also purchased an adjacent 5.5-acre parcel with thoughts of future expansion.
Poised on the cutting-edge of new green technologies, Next Alternative Inc. strives to develop and offer products that meet the challenges of the new economy. For more information on Next Alternative please visit Next Alternative, Inc. or call 602.288.7287.
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