Clean Energy Victory Bonds Amendment Could Help Create 1 Million Jobs

An amendment filed to pending legislation in the United States Senate seeks to instruct the U.S. Department of the Treasury to make recommendations for how to proceed with the issuing and promotion of Clean Energy Victory Bonds.

Clean Energy Victory Bonds

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The amendment (S.Amdt.3102), introduced by U.S. Senator for New Mexico Tom Udall, would amend S.2012 (Energy Policy Modernization Act of 2015) and allow people to make clean energy investments as little as $25.

The amendment also instructs Treasury to determine how to use the proceeds to finance clean energy projects that provide additional support to existing federal financing programs available to states for energy efficiency upgrades and clean energy deployment. It also provides funding for clean energy investments by federal agencies.

Modeled after the war bonds which raised billions of dollars during World War I and World War II, the Clean Energy Victory Bonds amendment would help local, state and federal governments raise billions of dollars in capital that they could then invest in building clean energy infrastructure.

This includes solar fields, geo-thermal heating and cooling systems, and energy-efficient building upgrades. These projects would help communities across the country fight climate change and save taxpayers money, while also helping drive U.S. economic development through investments and by creating thousands of jobs in construction and installation.

Specifically, it is estimated that the sale of these bonds could raise up to $50 billion, which could be leveraged to inject $150 billion into clean energy innovation and create over 1 million jobs.

Sen. Udall said in a release that “Americans in New Mexico and across the country want to do their part to help the United States fight climate change and build a strong clean energy economy.” The Senator added that most people can’t afford to invest in a clean energy mutual fund, but many can set aside $25 or $50 for a Clean Energy Victory Bond.

The bonds would be sold by the Department of the Treasury and backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. government. Purchasing Clean Energy Victory Bonds would be voluntary for investors, who would earn back their full investment, plus interest through energy savings and loan repayments.

The proposed amendment is supported by various organizations such the American Sustainable Business Council, Green America, and the National Wildlife Federation, among others.

Green America Executive Co-Director Fran Teplitz said in a release that “Clean Energy Victory Bonds will offer a completely safe investment opportunity available for as little as $25 that will help create competitively paying jobs across the country. They will expand clean energy and energy efficiency technologies without raising taxes.”

David Levine, CEO and co-founder of the American Sustainable Business Council, added that “Clean Energy Victory Bonds allow Americans to invest in one of the fastest growing sectors in the global economy and provide funding to secure a sustainable energy future, create jobs, and regain our competitive advantage in clean energy technology.”

Alberta Launches $500M Incentives Program to Compete With Gulf Coast for Petrochemicals Investments

The Province of Alberta, Canada has launched a new incentives program to attract large-scale billion dollar petrochemical facilities.

Alberta petrochemicals diversification program

Alberta petrochemicals diversification program (photo – alberta.ca)

This new Alberta economic development program, called the Petrochemicals Diversification Program, will provide up to $500 million in incentives through royalty credits to companies considering the province for locating petrochemicals facility investments.

The expected benefits are just as large – between $3 billion and $5 billion worth of investment attracted to Alberta through several facilities, each of which will be valued in excess of $1 billion, which would yield significant benefits to the province and Albertans.

Together, these projects are expected to create up to 3,000 new jobs during construction of the new petrochemical facilities, and more than 1,000 permanent jobs once operation begins.

Deron Bilous, Alberta Minister of Economic Development and Trade, said in a release that this new commitment to diversification in the petrochemical sector is part of the government’s economic action plan – a plan to create jobs, diversify the economy and add more value to the province’s resources.

“This innovative program builds on the strengths of our energy industry and will attract new investment to our province,” added Minister Bilous.

Through this program, the Government of Alberta will award royalty credits to select petrochemical facilities through a competitive application process. While petrochemical facilities do not directly benefit from royalty credits, the credits awarded can be traded or sold to an oil or natural gas producer, who can use these credits to reduce their royalty payments to government. Credits will only be awarded once approved projects are completed and feedstock consumption begins.

Alberta intends to compete with Louisiana, Texas and other Gulf Coast states that attract similar large petrochemicals facility investments by offering incentives to companies that are considering new projects in their jurisdictions.

By providing similar incentives on such a large scale, the Petrochemicals Diversification Program will encourage investment in new processing facilities by helping to offset Alberta’s high construction and transportation costs. It will help make Alberta’s petrochemical industry more competitive with the Gulf Coast and other petrochemical centers around the world

Warren Fraleigh, Executive Director of the Building Trades of Alberta, noted that the government’s decision to promote investment in the petrochemical industry is the right decision at the right time, not only for Alberta’s petrochemical industry, but also for skilled labor in the province. “This program will create jobs for workers, but will also diversify our economy—which the province needs now,” added Fraleigh.

Indiana RV Cluster Grows Again With Highland Ridge RV Expansion

The largest cluster of recreation vehicle manufacturing in the United States is expanding once again, this time due to the expansion and job creation plans announced by Highland Ridge RV in Shipshewana, IN.

Highland Ridge RV

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Supported by state and local incentives being offered by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) and LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation, the company will invest $5.68 million to construct and equip a 92,000-square-foot facility at its existing Shipshewana campus.

Highland Ridge RV has outgrown its 45,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and plans to break ground on its new operation later this spring. The company, which currently employs more than 330 full-time Indiana associates, expects to create 65 new jobs by 2019 as part of this expansion which will enable it to double production of its Light and Ultra Lite trailers sold in the United States and Canada.

Highland Ridge RV was formed in March 2014 when Jayco, Inc. purchased assets of Open Range RV, which had started manufacturing RVs in 2007. Highland Ridge RV is now a subsidiary of Jayco, Inc., the world’s largest privately-held manufacturer of recreation vehicles.

Governor Mike Pence said in a release that “More than 80 percent of the world’s RVs are made here in Indiana, making us the driving force for RV sales. Thanks to companies like LaGrange County’s Highland Ridge RV, Indiana continues to lead the nation in manufacturing employment as Hoosiers across the state produce goods that power our world.”

According to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, about 81 percent of all RVs shipped each year are produced in Indiana, and total RV shipments are projected to reach 375,100 units in 2016.

Randy Graber, president of Highland Ridge RV, explained that after looking at several other locations outside of Indiana, they chose to stay because of Indiana’s pro-business environment and the cooperation they received from the state, LaGrange County and Shipshewana officials.

“When it came down to making a final decision, we knew that we wanted to stay in LaGrange County due to the highly skilled workforce that possesses a strong work ethic,” added Graber.

IEDC has offered Highland Ridge RV Inc. up to $675,000 in performance-based tax credits tied to the company’s job creation plans. The town of Shipshewana will consider additional incentives at the request of the LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation.

Shipshewana Town Manager Mike Sutter noted that Highland Ridge has been a solid and growing manufacturing partner in Shipshewana. “As important is the fact that Highland Ridge is a division of Jayco, which has historically proven to be a cooperative and collaborative community partner. That kind of relationship between Highland Ridge/Jayco and the town of Shipshewana will spell success for both partners,” added Sutter.

Paris, NYC Economic Development Agencies Announce Winners of Business Exchange Program

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and Paris & Co, the economic development agency of Paris, have jointly announced the first lot of winners of the NYC-Paris Business Exchange program.

NYC-Paris Business Exchange

NYC-Paris Business Exchange (photo – nycparisstartups.com)

The NYC-Paris Business Exchange program was originally conceived during discussions between Mayor Bill de Blasio and Mayor Anne Hidalgo to further support job creation and economic opportunity, and builds upon the international standing, shared economic development priorities and bilateral partnership between both cities.

The program, launched last year in October, will help tech, arts, fashion, design, tourism, food and beverage, and sustainability companies overcome barriers that inhibit entry to foreign markets. Paris, with access to over 500 million customers in the European market, the highest concentration of Fortune 500 companies’ headquarters in Europe, and 10,000 startups in a booming innovation ecosystem, is a central hub from which emerging New York City-based businesses can grow and diversify.

Here’s the first lot of winning companies from both cities:

NYC to Paris – Adam Frank Incorporated; Authorea; AXS Lab; Mogul; Mota Word; RecycledBrooklyn; Tucker; and Tyga-Box.

Paris to NYC – Adotmob; Algama; Glory4Gamers; Interactive Mobility; Leka Inc.; Natural Grass; Sequencity; SlimCut Media; smArtapps; and Tech’4’Team.

NYCEDC President Maria Torres-Springer said in a release that “We’re very excited to welcome some of the top French companies to the fastest growing innovation ecosystem in the world. And we’re sure that our homegrown New York companies will show the city of lights what tech in the City that Never Sleeps is all about.”

Karine Bidart, Co-CEO, Paris&Co, noted that “The NYC-Paris Business Exchange revealed the attraction that both cities have on startups. The program will be a great opportunity for entrepreneurs to test a new market and to get connected to targeted business and innovation networks, in the best practical conditions.”

The NYC Economic Development Corp. is partnering with the Made in NY Media Center by IFP to host the chosen companies from Paris, and has partnered with La French Tech NYC to provide mentorship and support during the companies’ tenure.

La French Tech NYC is an umbrella group launched in June 2015 that French economic development agency Business France, the French American Chamber of Commerce, the French Embassy to the United States, and the Consulate General of France in New York City, as well as French Founders. The group aims to give more visibility to New York City-based French start-ups and help other French tech companies grow in New York.

For its part, Paris&Co and Ateliers de Paris will host the winning companies from New York City. Air France is providing round-trip airfare for the winning companies from both cities.

Enterprise Florida Launches The Future is Here Global Branding Campaign

Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI), the principal economic development organization for the State of Florida, has launched a new global branding initiative targeting national and international business decision makers, site consultants and existing Florida business leaders and residents.

Florida - The Future Is Here Brand Campaign

Florida – The Future Is Here Brand Campaign (photo – enterpriseflorida.com)

The new branding campaign, “Florida – The Future is Here,” reflects Florida’s strength as a home for business, and encourages people to see the Sunshine State in a new and more realistic way through stories and imagery that debunk preconceived views.

The brand’s first creative campaign – “Boundless” – sets the overarching theme that Florida is home to the resources and attitudes that businesses need to flourish. Through imagery of Florida’s key assets, the campaign brings a few of these infinite opportunities to the forefront.

A new website for the campaign has also been unveiled as a microsite on the enterpriseflorida.com website. This campaign website likewise hammers home the “Boundless” theme, focusing on the boundless freedom Florida offers to do business your own way, the boundless potential of the state’s talented and diverse workforce (see the Boundless Potential ad), the boundless markets accessible through Florida’s airports and seaports, and so on.

Through such creatives and other components of the campaign, the new brand aims to serve as a call to action to business leaders interested in starting, growing or relocating their businesses in Florida, and instills a sense of pride in what the state offers to existing business owners and residents.

Bill Johnson, Florida Secretary of Commerce and president and CEO of EFI, said in a release that “The state has a great business story and this campaign will allow us to tell that story in a way Florida never has.”

The branding effort, developed by Jacksonville-based St. John & Partners, will be introduced to audiences in the state, nationally and internationally, including through a $10 million advertising campaign that is set to run in national and international print, online, television and radio outlets.

Jeff McCurry, president and chief operating officer of St. John & Partners, noted that “Our team has worked closely with the staff and partners of Enterprise Florida to lay the groundwork for this branding effort – a platform that reflects the rational and emotional aspects of site selection.”

The first campaign ads have already started running in key Florida markets, and the campaign will expand beyond the state in the spring.

AvePoint to Establish New Location in Richmond, Virginia and Expand in Arlington County

Enterprise collaboration company AvePoint, Inc. is establishing a new location in Richmond, VA and will be expanding its operations in Arlington County.

AvePoint

AvePoint (photo – avepoint.com)

Supported by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership, City of Richmond, the Greater Richmond Partnership, and Arlington County, AvePoint will invest $1.55 million and create a total of 155 new jobs. This includes 80-100 jobs at the Richmond location, and another 55 jobs in Arlington County.

Governor Terry McAuliffe said in a release that “We are thrilled that AvePoint will establish its presence in Richmond and expand its footprint in Arlington, Virginia…Technology development is an important component of building a new Virginia economy, and we look forward to continuing a strong corporate partnership between the Commonwealth and AvePoint.”

Founded in 2001, AvePoint is an independent software provider specializing in Microsoft solutions, and has become the world’s largest provider of enterprise-class governance, compliance, and management solutions. The company now serves over 14,000 organizations and three million Office 365 users in five continents across all industry sectors.

Headquartered in Jersey City, NJ, AvePoint already employs 2,000 people worldwide in 27 offices. The company has now established an office in the City of Richmond, and plans to hire 80-100 people for sales and back office opportunities over the next three years.

The Richmond region had stiff competition for this project from Atlanta, GA and the company also considered expanding at other locations in the Northeast such as Newark, NJ and Philadelphia, PA.

Brian Brown, AvePoint’s Global General Counsel, maintains an office just a few floors above the Greater Richmond Partnership’s office. “Richmond’s been my home for 17 years, and although AvePoint conducted extensive analysis of locations across the East Coast for the best location, GRP convinced us that this region was the best place for our company’s expansion,” said Brown.

Greater Richmond Partnership Research Manager Olga Molnar, who managed the project, explained that in order to attract their future employees, who mostly come straight out of college, it was important for AvePoint to locate in an area that offered an easy commute, a walkable community, and proximity to restaurants and other amenities. “And they were able to find a perfect location right in downtown Richmond,” added Molnar.

The Greater Richmond Partnership, Inc. was launched in 1994 as a public-private initiative to serve as the regional economic development group for the City of Richmond and counties of Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico.

City of Richmond Mayor Dwight C. Jones added that “AvePoint’s decision to establish its presence in Richmond speaks to the City’s strong business climate and ability to compete and retain new economy companies with international footprints.”

The company is eligible to receive state incentives from the Virginia Enterprise Zone Program. Workforce training funding and services will additionally be provided through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

ReCharge NY Economic Development Program Impact – 400,948 Jobs and $33.2B Investment

The ReCharge NY program, which makes use of low-cost power from the New York Power Authority to spur economic development, has crossed the major milestone of supporting 400,000 jobs in the five years since it was launched.

ReCharge NY impact

ReCharge NY impact (source – nypa.gov)

The total figure of 400,948 supported jobs includes 14,943 job creation commitments and 386,005 jobs retained.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that as of December 1, 2015, NYPA has awarded ReCharge NY power to 741 business operations (including 71 not-for-profit enterprises), in the process supporting 400,948 jobs and $33.2 billion in commitments for new capital investment.

Prominent companies that have received ReCharge NY allocations for their facilities and projects in New York State include Lockheed Martin in Owego; Bausch & Lomb in Rochester; NBC in New York City; and Ford Motor Co. in Buffalo. Hospitals that have also lowered their energy costs through ReCharge NY include the Niagara Falls Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, Nassau County.

The Governor said in a release that through ReCharge NY, they’re making it cheaper for businesses to compete, grow and ultimately thrive in New York State. “ReCharge NY is having a profound impact throughout the entire state, and I look forward to seeing the results continue to grow for years to come,” added Gov. Cuomo.

ReCharge NY’s 910 MegaWatts (MW) of electric power includes 455 MW of NYPA hydropower and 455 MW of market power procured by NYPA. The program is open to both businesses and non-profit organizations, and allocations are made through a competitive application process.

In addition to jobs and capital investments, New York economic development projects seeking low-cost power through ReCharge NY as incentives are evaluated on a range of local, regional and sustainability criteria. This includes the applicant’s commitment to energy efficiency, the significance of the applicant’s facility to the local economy, and the extent an allocation would be consistent with existing regional economic development strategies.

NYPA, which administers the ReCharge NY program, also considers the significance of the cost of electricity to the overall cost of doing business, and the applicant’s risk of closure or curtailing operations.

A typical business can save approximately five to 25 percent of their electric bill on the NYPA allocation portion. For 2014, the latest year for which figures are available, ReCharge NY saved program participants approximately 31 percent (more than $89 million) when factoring in both production and delivery savings.

NYPA President and CEO Gil C. Quiniones noted that “ReCharge NY is a cornerstone program for the Power Authority, granting our customers timely assistance when they are making critical business decisions about whether to maintain or expand their operations.”

See the full NYPA report on ReCharge NY’s impact – Download (pdf)

Massachusetts Governor Files Economic Development Legislation Seeking $918M Investment

Legislation filed by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker seeks funding for implementing several aspects of his Administration’s comprehensive economic development plan, including investments of up to $918 million in capital funding.

Massachusetts Statehouse

Massachusetts Statehouse (photo – Fcb981/wikimedia)

The legislation (An Act to Provide Opportunities for All) allocates funding for everything from local infrastructure to Brownfields site cleanup, Gateway Cities development, development site assembly and site readiness, smart growth housing, workforce development, emerging technologies, and community-based innovation.

It also makes several reforms relative to smart growth housing, streamlines the Massachusetts Economic Development Incentive Program, and refocuses the work of regional economic development nonprofits.

Governor Baker said in a release that “We are committed to creating a platform for growth and prosperity across the Commonwealth, and this legislation will make key investments in the economic potential of our communities and residents.”

The proposed capital authorization sought in the bill is as follows:

MassWorks ($500 million): Reauthorizes MassWorks funding in order to provide municipalities and other public entities with public infrastructure grants to support economic development and job creation.

Transformative Development Initiative ($50 million): Supports Gateway Cities revitalization programs by enabling MassDevelopment to make long-term patient equity investments in key properties in Transformative Development Initiative districts, with the goal of accelerating the maturation of private real estate markets.

Brownfields Redevelopment Fund ($75 million): Moves funding for the state’s Brownfields Redevelopment Fund to the capital program.

Smart Growth Housing Trust Fund ($25 million): Moves funding for the state’s Smart Growth Housing Trust Fund to the capital program.

Site Readiness Fund ($25 million): Advances regional job creation by creating a new fund for site assembly and pre-development activities that support regionally significant commercial or industrial development opportunities.

Massachusetts Manufacturing Innovation Initiative ($118 million): Provides matching grants to establish public-private applied research institutes around emerging manufacturing technologies.

Scientific and Technology Research and Development Matching Grant Fund ($25 million): Reauthorizes a capital grant program that funds nonprofit, university-led research collaboratives working to commercialize emerging technologies.

Innovation Infrastructure Fund ($25 million): Creates a new fund for making capital grants that support community-based innovation efforts, including co-working spaces, venture centers, maker spaces and artist spaces.

Workforce Skills Capital Grants ($75 million): Establishes a new grant program for workforce development training equipment, to strengthen workforce skills, and create strong employment pipelines.

The bill also seeks reforms in the Massachusetts Economic Development Incentive Program (EDIP) and Regional Economic Development Organization (REDO) program, along with liquor law reforms, a Blue Laws clarification, and doubling of the limit on loan guarantees from the Massachusetts Export Development Fund, to $1,000,000.

Reforms are sought in the I-Cubed infrastructure program, along with alignment of local parking policies with broader economic development priorities, and reforms of a housing-related TIF program and the Housing Development Incentive Program.

The bill furthermore broadens the statutory charge of the Massachusetts eHealth Institute (MeHI) to include digital health cluster development.

Massachusetts Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Jay Ash noted that “By supporting public-private partnerships in applied research, and community-based innovation spaces, this economic development bill will deepen our innovation ecosystem, cement Massachusetts’ position as the nation’s most innovative state, and harness emerging technologies to create long-term job growth in every region of the Commonwealth.”

Iowa Economic Development Authority to Consider State Assistance For Council Bluffs Griffin Pipe Reopening

At its next meeting tomorrow, the Board of the Iowa Economic Development Authority will consider approving state assistance awards for four projects.

IEDA econdev agenda

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One of them is the reopening of the Griffin Pipe plant by Birmingham, AL-based U.S. Pipe and Foundry, LLC, a critical Council Bluffs economic development project that will reverse some of the fallout over the plant’s closing in 2014 and the resultant loss of 250 jobs.

U.S. Pipe acquired the Griffin Pipe and Foundry located in Council Bluffs in 2013, and quickly idled it the following year. Now, after several rounds of negotiations with unions, customers and company leadership, U.S. Pipe has decided to retool the plant and place it back into production.

The company will invest $24.7 million in the project, and expects to create 144 new jobs and retain nine existing jobs. The annual payroll is expected to be $7,120,720 with an average hourly wage for the new jobs created of $24.37 and is expected to increase to $28.96 after 36 months.

U.S. Pipe has applied to the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) for benefits under the Targeted Jobs Program (TJP). The State has estimated that the company will qualify for roughly $2.25 million in targeted jobs funds, $224,000 in new jobs tax credits and $1,325,000 in job training funds.

The company has made it known that the Council Bluffs location has higher operating expenses than other comparable locations under consideration in Virginia and Alabama, and the receipt of state incentives is critical in their decision to choose Iowa. At a meeting earlier this week, the Council Bluffs City Council adopted a resolution supporting the application by U.S. Pipe and Foundry, LLC.

Another important project on the IEDA Board’s agenda is an application for financial assistance by Electro Management Corp. and Electrical Power Products, Inc. (EP2) under the High Quality Jobs Program (HQJP). EP2 is relocating and expanding its operations in Des Moines, and the project will result in the retention of at least 200 jobs. IEDA staff anticipates that EP2 may be eligible for up to $414,103 in State assistance under HQJP, thereby requiring a local community match of up to $82,821 by the City.

The City Council has already approved an Urban Renewal Development Agreement with EP2 which provides for the payment of a Des Moines Economic Development Grant in an amount that exceeds the required local community match under HQJP.

The third project that will be taken up by the IEDA Board is an application for state assistance by Farmers Energy Cardinal, LLC. The company is planning to establish an ethanol plant in Cass County. The fourth applicant on the IEDA Board meeting agenda is Glycerin Group, LLC’s (dba KemX Global) project in Boone, IA.

NYC Economic Development Corp to Help Develop Covenant House Headquarters and Affordable Housing

The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) are helping Covenant House with the development of the charity’s new headquarters in the Hudson Yards District on Manhattan’s Far West Side.

Covenant House headquarters in NYC

Covenant House headquarters in NYC (photo – Jim.henderson/wikipedia)

Covenant House was founded in 1972 with a mission to help homeless youth escape the streets. The organization is now the largest privately funded charity in the Americas providing food, shelter, educational support, job readiness and skills training, and other vital services to homeless and abandoned youth.

NYCEDC, HPD and Covenant House have issued a joint Request for Proposal (RFP) for the development of a new complex that includes a state-of-the-art headquarters for Covenant House, along with a mixed-use residential development that is expected to contain up to 700 units of new housing.

Between 75-100 of the affordable housing units in this new development will be supportive housing available to disabled, homeless and low income New Yorkers through HPD’s Supportive Housing Loan Program. The site in question currently houses an existing Covenant House building and a structure that was formerly home to Hunter College’s MFA program.

The new 150,000 square-foot, free-standing facility on this site will house both the organization’s New York affiliate and its parent organization, Covenant House International, and will be specifically designed for flexibility and variability to best accommodate the homeless young people Covenant House aids each year.

Covenant House President Kevin Ryan said in a release that “In 27 cities across six countries, our houses are filled to capacity every night. Nowhere is the problem more acute than New York City…This new facility will literally help us save more lives.”

Once the new Covenant House facility is completed, work will begin on a residential development that will include affordable housing, supportive housing, and retail/commercial space. The RFP also encourages educational community facilities to be included on the site, and also that accommodations be made for a potential future station for the No. 7 subway line.

NYC Economic Development Corp President Maria Torres-Springer noted that “This collaboration will help Covenant House provide even better services for homeless young people, while at the same time providing affordable homes for hundreds of New Yorkers.”

HPD Commissioner Vicki Been added that “Housing New York is committed to fostering thriving, economically diverse neighborhoods anchored by affordable housing… I want to thank EDC and Covenant House for their partnership in shaping a creative vision for this site.”

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