EnerSys intends to grow South Carolina footprint by establishing new operations in Greenville County
COLUMBIA, S.C. – EnerSys (NYSE:ENS), a global leader in energy storage systems and solutions, today announced it plans to grow the company’s South Carolina footprint by establishing new operations in Greenville County. The $500 million investment has the potential to create 500 new jobs.
Omron Automation selects Spartanburg County to establish the company's first South Carolina operation
COLUMBIA, S.C. – Omron Automation (OMRON), a global leader in industrial automation technology, today announced it selects Spartanburg County to establish the company’s first South Carolina operation. The $9.2 million investment will create 162 new jobs in five years.
OneH2 expands US footprint with first South Carolina operation in York County
OneH2, a leader in sustainable hydrogen solutions, today announced it is expanding its U.S. footprint by establishing the company’s first South Carolina operation in York County. The $16 million investment will create 87 new jobs by 2026.
QTS Data Centers establishing first South Carolina operations in York County
QTS Data Centers (QTS), a leading global provider of colocation data center infrastructure and related services, today announced it will establish operations in York County. The $1 billion investment is the company’s first South Carolina facility and will help establish a technology hub in York County.
South Carolina consortium pursues federal designation as a Regional Technology and Innovation Hub for advanced energy
On behalf of the Nexus for Advanced Resilient Energy (SC Nexus), the South Carolina Department of Commerce (S.C. Commerce) applied today for designation as one of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration’s (EDA) 20 Regional Technology and Innovation Hubs (Tech Hubs). SC Nexus represents a broad consortium which includes institutions of higher education, technical colleges, numerous state agencies, the Savannah River National Laboratory, economic development alliances and private companies, including electric utilities.
SEM Wafertech Inc. and Solar4America Technology, Inc. establishing first South Carolina operations in Sumter County
SEM Wafertech Inc. (SEM Wafertech) and Solar4America Technology, Inc. (Solar4America), both 100% owned by SPI Energy Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ: SPI), a global renewable energy company, today announced plans to establish their first South Carolina operations in Sumter County. The $65.9 million investment will create 300 new jobs.