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Biden to Announce Electric Car Charger Plant Will Be Built in Tennessee – Bloomberg

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President Joe Biden said that Australian electric vehicle charging company Tritium DCFC Ltd. will build a U.S. manufacturing facility in Tennessee and that the plant would set off a “ripple effect” that benefits workers and the planet as a whole.
The facility in Lebanon, east of Nashville, is expected to produce as many as 30,000 electric-vehicle chargers annually and create 500 jobs, the White House said.