Companies across the world are betting on the future of electric vehicles — and many are staking those bets in Middle Tennessee. In fact, Tennessee’s four largest business investments ever are tied to electric vehicles. The second-biggest such deal, for a $3.2B investment from LG Chem in Clarksville, was just revealed, trailing only Ford’s $5.6 billion investment west of Nashville.
Contact: Elena Brennan | firstname.lastname@example.org | 269-377-4983 KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – As part of its mini-series on transportation electrification, the Tennessee Advanced Energy Business Council (TAEBC) released a bonus episode busting […]
For the next few episodes, we will explore the question: “How can we electrify Tennessee?” In the first episode in this mini series, we will discuss how Tennessee plans to […]
By Tricia Martínez, Managing Director of the Techstars Industries of the Future Accelerator The future of the mobility industry is 100% electric. Imagine a future where electrification of everything – […]
By Cortney Piper, Executive Director I’ve been thinking a lot about the importance of strategic partnerships lately. It’s truly incredible to witness when individuals or corporations connect with others to […]
By Cortney Piper, Executive Director In light of Valentine’s Day, I want to share a few advanced energy developments the Tennessee Advanced Energy Business Council loves and is excited about. […]
Advanced Energy Business Group Reacts to Global EV Charging Leader Tritium Establishing U.S. Manufacturing Base in Lebanon, Tennessee
New site expected to create more than 500 new jobs in the region, double charger production capacity in U.S. Media contact: Elena Brennan, email@example.com KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (February 8, 2022) — […]