Tesla’s Two-State Site Selection Solution for Gigafactory

Back in February, Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) clarified in an SEC filing that the site selection process for Tesla’s battery factory, known as the Gigafactory, had been narrowed down to four states – Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Texas.

Tesla Gigafactory

Tesla Gigafactory (photo – teslamotors.com)

Now, Bloomberg News quotes Tesla CEO Elon Musk as saying in an interview that the company is close to naming not one, but two states for the Gigafactory project, which calls for an investment of up to $5 billion and creation of up to 6,500 jobs.

Tesla is apparently planning to continue the site selection and negotiation process with both states all the way to a ground breaking.

The reasoning behind pursuing negotiations and preparation of two sites in different states for the same project is that Tesla wants to make sure they minimize the risk of delays in case any last-minute hiccups arise with one site.

Musk notes in the interview that it is highly unusual to start construction at two locations when the intention is to use only one, but they may eventually need another Gigafactory.

The prospect of being in the running for a future second Gigafactory may come as little consolation for the site which does everything Tesla wants right up to the ground breaking, but then is left with no project and regret at losing billions of dollars being pumped into the economy, millions in new tax revenues, and thousands of jobs being created.

According to the specifications made public by Tesla, the sites they are looking at have to be on lots that are 500-1,000 acres in size, offering the ability to build 10 million square feet of production space on one or two levels.

The timeline calls for Tesla to begin supplying battery packs from the Gigafactory in 2017, which gives them approximately three years to complete the site selection, finalize one location, build the factory and get it up and running. The plant will attain full production capacity by 2020. At that time, the Gigafactory is expected to be able to fulfill production demand for 500,000 Tesla vehicles annually and stationary storage applications, in the process reducing battery pack cost by 30 percent.

The location also needs to have open spaces adjacent to the Gigafactory site that will be suitable for wind and solar energy projects that will provide cheap and clean power for the Gigafactory.

New Mexico Economic Development Dept Helping Reopen Commercial Kitchen

The New Mexico Economic Development Department is teaming up with the Rio Grande Community Development Corporation (RGCDC) and other partners in a bid to reopen the Sostenga Commercial Kitchen at Northern New Mexico College.

Sostenga Commercial Kitchen at Northern New Mexico College

Sostenga Commercial Kitchen at Northern New Mexico College (photo – sostengalavida.com)

The project will support food startups in Española, and the new Sostenga Commercial Kitchen will serve as a statewide model for rural kitchen incubators.

The RGCDC has some experience with this kind of project, having successfully established the Mixing Bowl kitchen incubator in Albuquerque in 2005.

Mixing Bowl works with 250 potential entrepreneurs every year. It currently has 120 businesses that are in the development phase, and another 60 that are already selling products.

Mixing Bowl, with an annualized cost per job of $3,200, has proven to be one of New Mexico’s most effective job creation programs.

In 2012, the RGCDC established Delicious New Mexico to bring together farmers with value-added producers and connect them to food markets including restaurants, grocery stores, festivals and directly to consumers.

They have been looking at the kind of support businesses growing out of small incubator-type kitchens will need, and plan to start with a co-packing facility in the Sostenga Kitchen.

Delicious New Mexico Director Vicki Pozzebon said the co-packing facility will help growing businesses in developing more efficient processing and packaging methods so that they can gain access to larger markets.

The Sostenga Commercial Kitchen was first opened at Northern New Mexico College in 1998 following an assessment conducted by the Regional Development Corporation and an industry consortium that undertook a survey.

The survey showed food initiatives to be one of the top priorities for the northern New Mexico region, and so the Sostenga Commercial Kitchen was opened to help support regional growers and entrepreneurs.

The Sostenga Kitchen was closed last year by Northern New Mexico College due to budget constraints. The State is now providing funding to the RGCDC to reopen it.

Apart from the New Mexico Economic Development Dept, RGCDC and County of Rio Arriba, other partners involved in the plan to reopen the Sostenga Kitchen and keep it operational include the Los de Mora Local Growers Farmer’s Cooperative, Regional Development Corporation, and the Siete del Norte Community Development Corporation.

Todd Lopez, executive director of the Siette del Norte CDC, said their partners are eager to be associated with Sostenga Kitchen and its benefit to local farmers and to the well-being of local community and economy.

New Mexico Economic Development Cabinet Secretary Jon Barela said the Sostenga Commercial Kitchen project will assist farmers, artisan bakers and the like in creating jobs and bringing about a sense of community and pride, in addition to creating a model that can be replicated throughout the state.

Louisville Forward Created as New Louisville, KY Economic Development Agency

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, saying that the city needs a unified approach towards job creation, announced the creation of a new economic development agency called Louisville Forward.

Louisville, KY strategic-plan

Louisville, KY strategic-plan

Mayor Fischer said Louisville Forward recognizes the shifting job creation dynamic, and will orient them towards the future of economic development.

Leading the Louisville Forward team will be Mary Ellen Wiederwohl, who is currently the Deputy Chief of Staff and Chief of Strategic Initiatives in the Mayor’s Office.

It won’t be a big change for Wiederwohl, who is already overseeing many of the agencies and initiatives such as Advanced Planning, Vision Louisville and the city’s green and sustainability programs that are being moved into Louisville Forward.

Jeff Mosley, who is currently Louisville Economic Development Director, will be joining the team as the chief administrative officer.

Wiederwohl said she is excited about Louisville Forward’s transformational possibilities, and said her team would use an intentional and comprehensive strategy for making Louisville the best place in America to live, work, create and innovate.

The creation of the new agency requires no additional appropriations. Greater Louisville, Inc. provides economic development services for the Louisville, KY metro area under a contract with the city, and their contractual obligations will now undergo some radical changes as most of the funding gets diverted to Louisville Forward.

For starters, GLI is eliminating six positions and the associated expenses. The city will continue to contract with GLI on certain things such as client development services, and market and industry research.

GLI will be working together with Louisville Metro in the coming months on specific economic development initiatives that will bring together the public and private sectors.

Kerry Stemler, chair of Greater Louisville Inc., said the Mayor’s announcement was not unexpected. Stemler said it may actually help GLI focus on priorities that were identified in the recently created economic development strategy called the Advantage Louisville plan.

GLI will shift its focus from attracting new companies and job creation to other plan components such as retaining and growing existing businesses, advocacy for creating a more business-friendly environment, workforce readiness, support of the start-up and the entrepreneurial community, etc.

Norton Healthcare CEO Steve Williams, who co-chairs the Advantage Louisville Steering Committee, said they believe these are the right strategies for meeting the region’s economic development needs now and in the future.

Prudential Expansion in El Paso, Texas Creates Jobs for Veterans

Prudential Financial, Inc. (NYSE:PRU) announced that it will open a new business and technology services center in El Paso, Texas.

Prudential Veterans Initiatives

Prudential Veterans Initiatives (photo – prudential.com)

The project will create 300 new jobs, and the company plans to focus on hiring veterans and military spouses to fill many of these positions.

At a news conference held at El Paso City Hall, Prudential Chairman and CEO John Strangfeld said that with this new business center, Prudential is continuing its commitment to providing meaningful employment and training for veterans, military service members and their families.

The Prudential expansion in El Paso was facilitated by $1.15 million in Texas economic development incentives provided under the Texas Enterprise Fund. The TEF funding requires the company to get approval for a package of local incentives from El Paso, which is still in the works.

Gov. Rick Perry said that they are not just competing against other states for jobs like the ones Prudential is bringing to Texas, but also against other nations, and a win for Texas is a win for the United States.

Barbara Koster, senior vice president and CIO at Prudential, explained that the decision to locate the new business center in El Paso was influenced by the city’s “triangle of business” model of collaboration between the military, academic institutions and the Borderplex Alliance.

Koster also heads up Prudential’s Veterans Initiatives, a program to support company-wide efforts to hire and retain veterans and provide services to military families.

The Borderplex Alliance is a private economic development group which works in partnership with the City of El Paso and business leaders in the El Paso metro area.

Borderplex Alliance CEO Rolando Pablos said they worked closely on this project with Prudential and the City of El Paso, and added that Prudential’s presence in the region will enhance the financial services cluster and bring quality jobs, especially for retiring military personnel embarking on a new career.

El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser said they are proud to be a new home for Prudential, and added that the City and all their partners are committed to ensuring the success of Prudential’s expansion.

Prudential is working with HGS USA as their partner for this new business center. HGS and Prudential worked closely with the Borderplex Alliance and the University of Texas at El Paso to open the new center. Training for new employees will be provided by the University of Texas El Paso and El Paso Community College.

U.S. Economic Development Administration Awards $1.2M Grant For Arkansas Steel Mill Project

The U.S. Economic Development Administration announced a $1.2 million grant to the City of Osceola, Arkansas to help with infrastructure improvements that will support the Big River Steel Mill project.

Big River Steel

Big River Steel (photo – bigriversteel.com)

Back in Jan 2013, Big River Steel, LLC had announced a plan to invest $1.1 billion for building a steel mill in Mississippi County, AR.

The steel mill will create more than 530 direct jobs with average annual wages of $75,000, in addition to more than 2,000 construction jobs.

Announcing the $1.2 million grant award for Osceola, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker said that this EDA investment will help Arkansas make needed upgrades and improvements that will help attract new business and investment to the Osceola region.

The EDA grant will be used by the city for making critical sewer and water infrastructure improvements that will support not only the steel mill and the Big River Steel corporate headquarters, but also a railroad tank car off-loading facility that will generate another $325 million in private investment.

Arkansas is supporting the Big River Steel project with package of state and local incentives that includes $125 million in financing and tax breaks. The financing was provided by the State through general obligation bonds after invoking Amendment 82 for the first time in the state’s history.

Amendment 82, approved by Arkansas voters in 2004, allows the State to use up to five percent of the general revenue budget for bond financing of super economic development projects.

While announcing the financing for Big River Steel, Gov. Mike Beebe said that “A project of this scope will be a catalyst for job creation, investment and economic development beyond this one facility.”

Gov. Beebe added that the Big River Steel project will help them recruit more supplier businesses and steel consumers to Northeast Arkansas.

The $125 million package includes a $50 million loan for the company, another $50 million for site preparation, and $20 million for piling-subsurface stabilization costs.

The City of Osceola has approved $2 million in local incentives for Big River Steel, and Mississippi County chipped in with $14.5 million.

Apart from the Governor’s Office and the Arkansas Economic Development Commission, a host of other state and local organizations worked on securing this project.

The City of Osceola, Mississippi County Economic Development, BNSF Railway, Entergy Arkansas, Inc., Arkansas Development Finance Authority, Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration, Arkansas Department of Workforce Services, and the Arkansas Capital Corporation and its affiliates were all instrumental in recruiting Big River Steel.

Ohio Approves Tax Credits for Economic Development Projects Involving 5900 Jobs

Ohio Governor John R. Kasich announced the approval of state assistance for 14 projects that will create 1,095 jobs and retain 4,823 jobs.

Ohio Development

Ohio Development (photo – development.ohio.gov)

JobsOhio, the private non-profit organization tasked with promoting Ohio economic development and job creation, submitted the proposals to the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA), which approved the 14 projects for assistance under the Job Creation Tax Credit (JCTC) program.

Together, these 14 projects are expected to spur $148.4 million in investments, and the new jobs created will add $48.9 million in new payroll.

The biggest project among the lot, in terms of job creation, is an expansion by insurance company Ohio National Financial Services, Inc. in the City of Montgomery, OH. The company is creating 270 new full-time jobs, adding another $15.7 million to its existing $64.2 million annual payroll. The TCA approved a 60 percent, seven-year JCTC for Ohio National’s expansion project.

Another big project is the establishment of a new location by automobile parts manufacturer UGN Inc. in the City of Monroe, OH. The company is creating 148 new full-time jobs that will bring $5 million in new payroll to Monroe. UGN Inc. is getting a 65 percent, nine-year JCTC for this project.

International Paper Company, which manufactures paper and packaging materials, is creating 125 new jobs as part of an expansion in the City of Kenton, OH. As a result of this expansion, the company will be adding another $4.2 million to its existing $18.4 million annual payroll. International Paper has been approved for a 60 percent, eight-year JCTC.

A key economic development project among the 14 proposals was the approval of a 45 percent, seven-year JCTC for Unique-Chardan, Inc. As a result of these incentives, the advanced auto parts manufacturer has committed to staying put in the Village of Bryan, OH.

The incentives provided to Unique-Chardan helped retain the company’s existing 52 jobs, and allowed them to expand by adding 30 new jobs that will add another $900,000 to the existing $1.2 million in annual payroll at the facility.

“Unique-Chardan is an important employer and partner in the Bryan community,” said JobsOhio President and Chief Investment Officer John Minor.

Minor added that they are thrilled that the company chose to expand its operations in Bryan and that 30 more jobs are on the way to Northwest Ohio.

The other economic development projects for which the Ohio TCA approved assistance are:-

Sauder Woodworking Co. – Creating 150 jobs in Village of Archbold, adding $4.8 million to $57.9 million in existing payroll; approved for 60 percent, seven-year JCTC.

Walgreen Co. – Creating 75 jobs in City of Perrysburg, adding $2.7 million to $25 million in existing payroll; approved for 60 percent, ten-year JCTC.

Process Plus Holdings, Inc. – Creating 25 jobs (location not finalized) with $2.5 million in new payroll; approved for 45 percent, six-year JCTC.

Graphic Packaging International, Inc. – Creating 30 jobs in City of Marion, adding $708,864 to $10.4 million in existing payroll; approved for 40 percent, six-year JCTC.

HOMAGE, LLC – Creating 28 jobs in Columbus, adding $1.7 million to $1.2 million in existing payroll; approved for 45 percent, seven-year JCTC.

Keihin Thermal Technology of America, Inc. – Creating 90 jobs in Village of Mount Sterling, adding $3 million to $9.3 million in existing payroll; approved for 45 percent, seven-year JCTC.

ReConserve of Ohio, Inc. – Creating 16 jobs in Claridon Township, adding $670,000 to $1.2 million in existing payroll; approved for 45 percent, six-year JCTC.

AdvancePierre Foods, Inc. – Creating 43 jobs in City of Blue Ash, adding $4.6 million to $7.3 million in existing payroll; approved for 55 percent, seven-year JCTC.

Interstate Warehousing of Ohio, LLC – Creating 25 jobs in City of Hamilton, adding $900,000 to $5.9 million in existing payroll; approved for 40 percent, seven-year JCTC.

Kenworth of Cincinnati, Inc. – Creating 40 jobs in City of Sharonville, adding $1.6 million to $2.2 million in existing payroll; approved for 40 percent, six-year JCTC.

Iowa Economic Development Authority Rolls Out First Batch of Certified Industrial Sites

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds announced the first industrial sites to be certified under the state’s new site certification program.

Iowa Certified Site Program

Iowa Certified Site Program (photo – IEDA)

The Iowa Economic Development Authority rolled out the Certified Site Program in May 2012 in order to address the lack of project-ready industrial sites in the state.

This is not just a set of site location standards set by the State, but a rigorous and independent third-party certification program that makes use of reputed site selection firm McCallum Sweeney Consulting as the only certifying agent.

The Certified Site Program is designed to consider national site location standards, along with Iowa’s natural assets and the needs of the industry in the state’s targeted sectors.

The first four sites in Iowa to be certified under this program are:-

- Metro West Interstate and Rail Park (255 acres) in Dexter, IA;

- The Webster County Ag Center (447 acres) in Fort Dodge, IA;

- Iowa Falls/Hardin County Industrial Park (246 acres) in Iowa Falls, IA; and

- Van Meter Vision Park (288 acres) in Van Meter, IA.

“With the announcement that four Iowa sites have gone through a rigorous certification process to be considered ‘development-ready,’ we are moving Iowa to the top of the list for projects that are looking for a home,” said Gov. Branstad.

Site certification is a fast-growing trend in the site selection business, and Iowa will be better able to compete for large-scale projects by introducing certified sites to the market. All site due diligence is completed, and the resulting issues mitigated. This makes the site risk-free and accelerates the development schedule.

The aforementioned four sites that have been certified were among eight applicants in the first round of the Iowa Certified Site Program. The developers, aided by local governments and economic development organizations, have been working hard for the past two years on improving the sites to get them project-ready and certified.

Meanwhile, three more application rounds have been initiated, and 15 more sites are now in different stages of progress towards site certification under the program.

Iowa Economic Development Authority Director Debi Durham said Iowa is improving its position in the world of site selection by certifying these four industrial sites, and added that they are looking forward to seeing many more sites in Iowa achieve this important designation.

To find out more about the Iowa Certified Site Program, visit iowaeconomicdevelopment.com.  

Toyota Headquarters Relocation Brings 4000 Jobs to Plano, Texas

Toyota announced a plan to establish a new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas that will consolidate its currently separate corporate, manufacturing, and sales and marketing headquarters into a single state-of-the-art campus in North Dallas.

Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere annoucing Toyota headquarters relocation to Plano, TX

Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere annoucing Toyota headquarters relocation to Plano, TX (photo – Plano Mayor’s Office)

The new $300 million headquarters in Plano will house approximately 4,000 Toyota jobs that are currently located in Torrance, CA (2,000 jobs at Toyota Motor Sales); Erlanger, KY (1,000 jobs at Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc.); and some employees from Toyota Motor North America in New York, NY.

Furthermore, Toyota Financial Services (TFS) announced that it will also be relocating to Plano in order to join the aforementioned three headquarters in Plano. TFS has approximately 1,000 employees at its Torrance, CA headquarters, all of whom will be offered relocation or retention packages.

A majority of these jobs will not be relocated until the new headquarters in Plano is complete in late 2016 or early 2017.

Texas secured the Toyota headquarters relocation by offering the company $40 million under the Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF). When completed, it will be one the largest Texas economic development projects in terms of job creation.

‚ÄúWe’re proud that both the Tundra and Tacoma bear the words ‚ÄòMade in Texas,’ and we’re excited our state will be the nexus for Toyota’s North American operations moving forward,‚Äù said Texas Governor Rick Perry.

The TEF funding is subject to approval of local incentives through an economic development agreement between Toyota and the City of Plano. The Plano City Council is scheduled to meet on May 12, 2014 to discuss the incentives for Toyota.

Plano Mayor Harry LaRosiliere helped establish the Plano Economic Development Fund in 2005 to attract and retain business in the city. Plano has since been able to land huge corporate citizens such as FedEx, Pizza Hut, Capital One, J.C. Penney, USAA, and now Toyota.

Toyota also announced an expansion of the Toyota Technical Center (TTC) in Michigan as part of the relocation of direct procurement from Erlanger, KY to its York Township campus near Ann Arbor, MI.

“Michigan has world-class talent and Toyota’s decision to expand its York Township campus demonstrates how our expert workforce coupled with a friendly business environment can help automakers and other industries grow,” said Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.

After all the jobs have been relocated, all the Toyota affiliates put together will still have around 2,300 employees in California and 8,200 employees in Kentucky. Furthermore, Toyota announced a $10 million philanthropic commitment in these two states over a five-year period starting from 2017 to support activities by community organizations and non-profits.

New York Kicks Off Round IV for Regional Economic Development Councils

New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced Round IV of the Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) initiative.

Regional Economic Development Councils

Regional Economic Development Councils (photo – ny.gov)

The ten Regional Councils will once again be competing for $750 million in New York economic development resources.

The CFA (Consolidated Funding Application) begins on May 1, enabling the public, businesses, non-profits and municipalities to apply for financial assistance for their projects through a single application to dozens of state funding programs.

Gov. Cuomo created the ten REDCs in 2011 as a transformative approach to economic development. These councils are public-private partnerships comprised of local experts and stakeholders from the region, including members from local governments, businesses, academia and other organizations.

In the past three REDC funding rounds, the State has invested more than $2 billion in support of over 2,200 projects that have already created or retained in excess of 100,000 jobs all across New York.

“New York‚Äôs economy is on a come-back in large part because we have adopted a grassroots approach to economic development that is creating jobs and growing new industries across our state,‚Äù said Gov. Cuomo.

Round IV of the REDC process will likewise award up to $750 million in State funding and tax incentives. Up to $220 million will be up for grabs under the competitive part of the funding process. The REDCs will be competing for up to $150 million in capital funds, and also for $70 million in Excelsior Tax Credits for projects that the REDCs identify as priority projects for their region.

The remaining $350 million will be awards from state funding programs for projects in each region applied for through the CFA process.

The competitive part of the process will focus this year on how each region is implementing regional strategic economic development plans; their identification of global marketing and export strategies; and their performance in encouraging economic growth through job creation and investment.

The competition for $150 million in capital funds will be divided into two parts. The five regions named as “Top Performers” last year will be in a separate pool competing for two awards of $25 million each. The other five will be competing separately for three awards of $25 million each.

The remaining $25 million will be divided among the five regions which do not win any of these five $25 million awards in this year’s competition. All ten regions will also be eligible to compete for up to $10 million in Excelsior Tax Credits.

Apart from the focus on exports and global marketing, another aspect that’s new this year is that the REDCs are being asked to create a Veterans Work Group to promote direct participation of veterans in the CFA process, and encourage other CFA applicants to include workforce goals that will result in more veterans being hired.

Find out more about New York State’s Regional Economic Development Council initiative at regionalcouncils.ny.gov. Applicants interested in applying through the CFA process can visit apps.cio.ny.gov.

Maryland Governor Negotiates Deal to Keep House of Cards Production In-State

The month-long saga of threats, incentives and legislative back-and-forth was worthy of an episode in the House of Cards. But at the end of the day, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and Media Rights Capital, the production company behind the hit Netflix series House of Cards, were able to announce a deal that keeps production of the show’s third season in Maryland.

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley speaking with Kevin Spacey on set of House of Cards production

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley speaking with Kevin Spacey on set of House of Cards production (photo Рmaryland.gov)

“Spoiler alert: we’re going to keep the 3700 jobs and more than 100 million dollars of economic activity and investment that House of Cards generates right here in Maryland,” said Governor O’Malley.

The Governor added that Media Rights Capital has been a great supporter of the people and entertainment community in Maryland, and added that they couldn’t be happier to continue the partnership.

Maryland has provided $26 million in film tax credits against qualified production costs for the first two seasons of House of Cards, which stars Kevin Spacey in the lead role. According to the Maryland Economic Development Department, this $26 million is more than the state has provided for any other production, including “Veep” which has received $23 million.

According to the Maryland Film Office, the first season of House of Cards resulted in the hiring of 2,193 crew, cast and extras locally in Maryland. The production purchased goods and services from 1,814 Maryland vendors.

But the arrangement ran into trouble this year because the Maryland House of Delegates did not approve a bill funding an expanded film tax credit program. This meant that House of Cards would get only $4 million in tax credits for 2014, and they threatened to leave the state and continue production elsewhere.

Instead of giving in and hiking the available film tax credits, a bill was introduced in the House to use eminent domain to seize property and keep the production in-state.

Gov. O’Malley stepped in to negotiate a solution, and the deal agreed upon now gives House of Cards $11.5 million for 2014. This will be provided through a combination of tax credits under the 2014 Film Production Tax Credit program and another $7.5 million in grants in the State FY15 budget.

Asif Satchu, co-CEO of MRC, said that House of Cards is the gift that keeps on giving, having injected hundreds of millions of dollars into the local economy and providing thousands of jobs to communities in Maryland.

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