USDA Announces Regional Economic Development Priority Funding Policy

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced a new Regional Development Priority (RDP) policy that prioritizes its funding on regional economic development projects that include regional partnerships and long-term growth strategies.

USDA rural development

USDA rural development (photo – usda.gov)

The new RDP policy was announced by Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack in Memphis during his address to the 10th Annual Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Conference.

With the RDP in place, communities that are involved in multi-jurisdictional economic development plans will be provided priority funding when they apply for loan or grant funding under four key USDA programs.

The programs in question are the Rural Business Development Grant Program, Community Facilities Program, Business & Industry Loan Guarantee Program, and the Water and Environmental Program.

Projects that receive funding will be those that focus on locally identified needs and growth strategies that have been designed and developed to capitalize on the region’s unique strengths.

Proposals from applicants claiming priority under RDP will be evaluated based on how their funding request supports existing development plans, how regional collaboration is included in their plan, and whether their plan considers more funding sources such as other federal agencies and philanthropic groups.

The new policy applicable for these programs is intended to make it easier for rural communities to access resources for investing in long-term community development efforts.

In his speech, Sec. Vilsack said that “When communities come together to share resources, ideas and expertise, they can develop a cohesive economy strategy and invest in their future.”

Sec. Vilsack added that with a strategy in place, USDA-funded projects will be able to spur regional economic transformation, increasing job opportunities and improving the quality of life for rural communities.

The RDP is being implemented as one of the provisions in the 2014 Farm Bill (Section 6025, Strategic Economic and Community Development, Agricultural Act of 2014), in which Congress authorizes USDA to implement a regional approach to rural U.S. economic development.

The RDP policy, published in the Federal Register as an interim ruling during a 60-day comment period, seeks to reserve up to 10 percent of the funds appropriated for certain Rural Development programs each fiscal year for funding projects supporting implementation of multi-jurisdictional strategic economic and community development plans.

In his OECD address, Sec. Vilsack also reaffirmed his vision for long-lasting regional economic development based on the four pillars of agriculture and rural economic development:

Production Agriculture – Opening foreign markets, breaking down barriers, expanding access to credit, and researching new methods;

Local and Regional Food Systems – Creating local markets, growing regional businesses, making resources more accessible, and pursuing expanding markets;

The Biobased Economy – Growing new fuel, creating new infrastructure, and putting innovation to use; and

Conservation and Natural Resources – New model for conservation investment, new uses for wood, fostering innovation, and a new strategy to mitigate the impact of climate change.

University of Arkansas Solar Research Project Ends up as Picasolar Headquarters in Fayetteville

Picasolar Inc., a solar startup that has developed a patent-pending process to improve solar cell efficiency, has just dedicated its new headquarters at the Arkansas Research and Technology Park in Fayetteville, AR.

The establishment of the company’s lab space at the Enterprise Center in the park is the end result of extensive support provided for research, development and commercialization of Picasolar’s technology by the University of Arkansas, Georgia Institute of Technology, Arkansas Development Finance Authority, the U.S. Department of Energy, and several other institutions and private partners.

Video – Picasolar

This could quickly turn into a big Fayetteville economic development project involving hundreds of jobs. Picasolar’s Hydrogen Super Emitter (HSE) process increases solar cell conversion efficiency while at the same time reducing the amount of silver used in the gridlines while manufacturing solar panels.

The HSE process enables a 20 percent efficient solar cell to become a 23 percent cell. It also eliminates one-third of the silver grid lines needed for a solar panel, which at gigawatt capacity scales translates into savings of enough silver to coat 20 football fields every year.

In dollar amounts, an average solar panel manufacturer would save up to $120 million annually, and end up producing panels that are 15 percent more efficient. The HSE process makes use of hydrogen generated from ordinary tap water, and creates no toxic chemicals or byproducts.

Picasolar CEO Douglas Hutchings said in a release that the new space is a big step for the company. Hutchings said that the infrastructure and equipment they have assembled will streamline their transition from research and development to commercializing products.

The University of Arkansas has been associated with this project since its inception. Hutchings founded Silicon Solar Solutions in 2008 as a graduate student at the University of Arkansas. The Hydrogen Super Emitter was invented by Seth Shumate, a doctoral candidate at the U of A and chief technology officer for Picasolar.

Both Picasolar and Silicon Solar Solutions got their start as incubator clients at the Genesis Technology Incubator at the Arkansas Research and Technology Park.

Jim Rankin, vice provost for research and economic development at the University of Arkansas, said in a release that there is a great deal of promising solar research occurring at the University of Arkansas and they look forward to seeing it transition from the lab to the market.

Picasolar submitted a patent application for HSE in Jan 2013, the same year that the company won more than $300,000 through business plan competitions, including a DOE EERE Clean Energy Prize and the Grand Prize at the MIT Clean Energy Prize competition.

In Oct 2014, DOE awarded Picasolar Inc. an $800,000 SunShot Tier 1 Incubator Award. Matched with the company’s own $200,000 contribution, it gave the one-year project $1 million in funding.

This funding enabled the company to leverage another $1.2 million in equity investments. Private investors put up $600,000, which was matched dollar for dollar by the Arkansas Development Finance Authority through their co-investment fund.

Gene Eagle, president of the Arkansas Development Finance Authority, said in a release at that time that they are excited to be able to partner with a company like Picasolar. Eagle added that emerging businesses like Picasolar are significant creators of new, high-paying jobs in Arkansas.

Columbus, Indiana Workforce, Economic Development Incentives Secure Faurecia Expansion

Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies, the world’s sixth-largest automotive supplier and a global manufacturer of automobile emissions control systems, announced plans for a major expansion of its operations in Columbus, IN.

Faurecia

Faurecia (photo – in.gov)

Supported by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, the City of Columbus and the Columbus Economic Development Board, the company plans to invest nearly $73 million for constructing and equipping a new 400,000-square-foot manufacturing facility adjacent to their existing R&D center.

This includes $61 million for equipping the facility, and another $11.8 million for the building, which the company will lease from a developer. The 36-acre site it will be located on was purchased from the Columbus Board of Aviation.

The facility, which will produce a new line of emission control systems for the automotive sector, is expected to create 131 new jobs. The project will also help retain the 1,635 existing Indiana employees at their manufacturing and R&D Center operations in Columbus.

Worldwide, Faurecia employs 99,500 people at 330 sites and 30 R&D centers spread across 34 countries. Their North American workforce exceeding 20,000 is located at 47 production facilities and R&D centers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Columbus, IN is their North American headquarters.

FECT President Dave DeGraaf said in a release announcing the project that Faurecia is a proud member of the Columbus community and they’re pleased to expand their already significant presence in the area with this new facility and new opportunities for local jobseekers.

DeGraaf noted that they considered several other communities for this new operation, but their decision to continue to grow in Columbus is a direct result of the quality of the skilled workforce in Columbus as well as the important considerations the company has received from the state and city governments.

In order to secure the project for Columbus and Indiana, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation offered FECT a package of incentives that includes up to $1.5 million in performance-based tax credits tied to the company’s job creation plans. The IEDC is additionally providing the City of Columbus up to $250,000 in infrastructure assistance for the project through the Indiana Industrial Development Grant Fund.

At the request of the Columbus Economic Development Board, the Columbus City Council has approved local incentives for the FECT expansion in the form of a 10-year tax abatement on real and personal property for the project.

Columbus Mayor Kristen Brown said in the release that they appreciate Faurecia’s continued investment in the city, and added that the FECT expansion reaffirms that the city of Columbus is a strong partner in helping local businesses grow.

Pennsylvania Economic Development Gets President’s E Star Award for Export Service

The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development’s Office of International Business Development has been awarded the President’s “E Star” Award for Export Service.

E Awards

E Awards (photo – export.gov)

On behalf of Governor Tom Wolf, DCED Secretary Dennis Davin and Deputy Secretary Wilfred Muskens accepted the award at a ceremony held at the U.S. Department of Commerce.

This year is the 53rd anniversary of the “E” Awards presentation. Its history dates back to World War II, when more than 4,000 “E” Penants were awarded to U.S. manufacturers to honor and recognize their excellence in production in service of the war effort.

It was later revived by President Kennedy, who established the “E” Award program in 1961 as a symbol and recognition for exporters. The E Star Award program was established in 1969 as a form of recognition for organizations that are able to maintain a sustained level of superior performance in increasing or promoting exports.

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker, who presented the awards to 45 companies and organizations, said in a release that this year’s awardees have made substantial contributions to increasing U.S. exports, which are critical to spurring economic growth and job creation.

Sec. Pritzker noted that only a small percentage of America’s 30 million companies export, and of U.S. companies that do export, 59 percent export to only one country. Increasing this number can have a big impact on the U.S. economy.

Only a previous E Award winner is eligible for an E Star Award. The Pennsylvania DCED’s Office of International Business Development (OBID) won the E Award for Export Service in 2011, and has now topped it off with an E Star Award.

The other two E Star Awards for Export Service this year went to Irvine, CA-based Edwards Global Services and Austin, TX-based Trade Technologies, Inc.

Gov. Wolf said in a release that “It is an honor to be the only state to receive the 2015 President’s ‘E Star’ Award for Export Service, recognizing the exceptional contributions that Pennsylvania has made to increase American exports.”

OBID’s export development program has assisted companies in securing more than $3 billion in export sales over the last four fiscal years, enabling them to create or sustain over 25,000 jobs.

The Office, supported by its ten Regional Export Network (REN) partners in Pennsylvania, helps companies in the state increase export sales through a network of 19 trade offices that cover more than 50 global markets.

The same global network also supports Pennsylvania economic development efforts aimed at attracting foreign companies to invest and establish their U.S. operations in the state.

 

Huntsville Leads Alabama Economic Development in New and Expanding Industry Report

Governor Robert Bentley released Alabama’s annual New and Expanding Industry Report, which provides an in-depth breakup of statewide economic development activity.

Alabama economic development report

Alabama economic development report

The Alabama economic development scorecard shows that last year’s 392 announced projects are creating a combined total of 18,137 new jobs and generating $3.37 billion in investment.

The capital investment in Alabama has dropped as compared to 2013, but the number of jobs created has actually increased by 1,387.

Out of the total of 392 projects, a full 70 were new facility projects that accounted for $438.3 million in capital investment and are creating 5,961 jobs. The remaining 322 were expansions of existing Alabama operations that attracted $2.9 billion in investments and are creating 12,176 jobs.

The largest economic development project announced in Alabama last year was the $110 million Remington Outdoor Co. firearms manufacturing plant in Huntsville. This project, codenamed “Project Traveler,” is creating at least 2,000 jobs for Huntsville and Madison County.

So it’s no surprise that Madison County was the top county last year in Alabama in terms of new jobs from economic development projects, creating a total of 3,418 jobs. Other big announced projects in Huntsville included Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama (189 jobs; $121.42 million) and SES (400 jobs; $70 million).

Huntsville economic development is continuing its winning streak this year, with large projects such as the $142 million manufacturing facility by ATV-maker Polaris Industries that is creating as many as 2,000 jobs.

Lee County topped the charts in terms of investments, securing a total of more than $482 million, with the lion’s share of $300 million coming from the Baxter International expansion in Opelika that is creating 200 jobs. Another $50 million expansion by GE Aviation in Auburn is creating 100 jobs.

It’s no accident either that many of these large projects secured by Alabama are in the automotive and aerospace sectors. Both sectors, pillars in the Accelerate Alabama strategic economic development plan, are exhibiting strong signs of accelerating growth.

Another area in which Alabama did well last year is foreign direct investment, securing over a billion dollars in FDI from 56 projects that are creating 2,570 jobs. Japanese companies led the way, investing $345.9 million in Alabama last year in projects that are creating 1,118 jobs.

In a statement announcing the release of the New and Expanding Industry Report, Gov. Bentley said that “Job creation has been my top priority, and we have worked diligently as a team across Alabama to target well-paying jobs and projects that can make a difference in the lives of our residents and in the communities where they live.”

Alabama Secretary of Commerce Greg Canfield added that they have been very strategic in their approach to economic development in Alabama because they want to develop productive partnerships with companies that will put down roots and expand over time.

See the full Alabama New and Expanding Industry Report.

Duke Energy Unveils $1.1B Plan to Replace Asheville Coal Plant With Natural Gas and Solar

Duke Energy unveiled a $1.1 billion modernization plan whose core component is the retirement of Duke’s Asheville, NC coal-fired plant and construction of new natural gas-fired combined cycle plant and solar generation facilities on the same site.

Duke Energy

Duke Energy (photo – Alexisrael/wikipedia)

The Western Carolinas Modernization Plan, to be implemented over the next four to five years, also includes modernization of Duke’s transmission system in western North Carolina and upstate South Carolina.

To be specific, Duke plans to build a $320 million transmission substation near Campobello, SC, and connect it to the Asheville power plant through a new 40-mile transmission line.

The 376MW Asheville coal power plant has been serving the region since 1964, and its two coal units will be retired after the new gas plant starts serving customers in late 2019.

Duke Energy will invest approximately $750 million to build the 650MW natural gas-fired power. That’s double the capacity of the coal plant, and enough to power about 520,000 homes. Duke is also looking into ways to install solar generation capacity at the site after the coal ash excavation work is complete.

Lloyd Yates, Duke Energy executive vice president of market solutions and president of the Carolinas region, said in a release announcing the plan that they have developed an innovative plan that’s a ‘win-win-win’ for consumers, the environment and the economy.

The entire project will generate significant benefits for the region, including system reliability and rate reductions over the long term. The new plant will be about 35 percent less expensive to operate for Duke as compared to the coal-fired plant. It will also generate 35-40 percent more property taxes once it is modernized.

The modernization project will create 800 construction jobs at peak in the 2017-1019 timeframe, including 600 for the combined-cycle power plant, and 200 for the transmission and distribution projects. The project is expected to be complete by 2020.

Compared to the coal-fired plant’s current emissions, the new combined-cycle natural gas and solar plant will produce a 60 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions per megawatt-hour, along with a 90-95 percent reduction in sulfur dioxide emissions and 35 percent reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions. Mercury gets completely eliminated.

The gas plant will capture and convert exhaust heat into more electricity, making it one of the most efficient power plant designs in existence. Water consumption and waste will also be significantly lower. Water withdrawals will be reduced by 97 percent, and water discharges by 50 percent.

Charlotte, NC-based Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK) is a Fortune 250 company and the largest electric power holding company in the United States, serving approximately 7.3 million electric customers across six states in the Southeast and Midwest.

Nevada GOED to Consider Economic Development Incentives for Reno, Las Vegas Projects

The agenda for the next meeting of the Board of the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development includes applications seeking incentives for several key projects in Reno, the Las Vegas Valley and Lyon County, among others.

Reno

Reno (photo – Ken Lund/flickr)

The only Catalyst Fund grant request on the agenda is an application by the City of Reno economic development agency for an expansion of healthcare technology company Grand Rounds, Inc.’s operations in Reno.

San Francisco, CA-based Grand Rounds is opening a services and technology center in Reno as its second location. The company has already hired around 30 employees in Reno, and they plan to increase the number of jobs created in Reno to 200 over the next five years. These are jobs with an average hourly wage of $30.

Grand Rounds is seeking $150,000 in state incentives in the form of a Catalyst Fund grant. The agreement requires the company to create at last 70 jobs over the next two years. This application is supported by the City of Reno and the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN).

Grand Rounds CEO Owen Tripp said in a release announcing the project that expanding into Reno is a major milestone for Grand Rounds, and the Northern Nevada community has met them with open arms.

EDAWN CEO Mike Kazmierski said in the release that companies like Grand Rounds will accelerate the transition of this region as a technology center that is attractive to the healthcare sector and other technology companies in the years ahead.

The GOED Board will also consider several applications for tax abatements. One key project is the proposed relocation of the corporate headquarters of Fidelity National Financial Ventures, LLC to the Las Vegas Valley.

FNFV is currently headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, and plans to invest more than $3.7 million for the relocation project that is expected to bring eight high-level executives and 12 support staff, adding up to 20 new jobs with an average hourly wage of $305.88 for Nevada.

Other projects whose tax abatement applications may be considered by the GOED Board include:

Greeley Development Corporation – Seeking $485,000 in tax abatements for a manufacturing facility project in Storey County;

GreeNu Commodities, LLC – Seeking $3,636,400 in tax abatements for a waste-to-energy conversion facility in Lyon County that will reuse waste tires to generate diesel grade liquid fuel, carbon black, and scrap steel.

Just Refiners (USA) Inc. – Seeking $709,700 in tax abatements for a carbon treatment and development facility in Lyon County.

Angie’s Artisan Treats – Seeking $107,200 in tax abatements for a manufacturing and distribution facility in Washoe County.

Tolsa West Coast Corp. – Seeking $197,400 in tax abatements for expansion of manufacturing and distribution operations in Pershing County.

Tolsa is a part of Madrid, Spain-based Tolsa Group. The company is separately considering relocating its U.S. corporate headquarters to Reno. That project is not a part of their application for tax abatements, which are only for the Pershing County expansion in Lovelock, NV.

Utah Launches Economic Development Map as Site Selection Tool

The Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development and the Economic Development Corporation of Utah announced the launch of an interactive economic development map to help businesses find the location-specific data they need to make informed site selection decisions.

Utah Economic Development Map

Utah Economic Development Map (photo – locate.utah.gov)

The Utah economic development map project and website was funded by the state and developed by GOED’s Broadband Outreach Center.

Typing an address or clicking a location on the map generates a report that includes broadband availability at that specific address, with a full listing of fiber providers and other fixed broadband providers.

The report summary also includes other data useful for site selectors such as utilities, transportation, workforce, and lifestyle and recreation. The transportation data includes local, regional and international airports serving the location, along with a listing of major roads, freeways, state routes and interstates within a mile.

Workforce data includes a full listing of schools, colleges and universities in the area, along with the top 10 county industries, and demographics of county residents. The lifestyle and recreation data included in the report is a listing of nearby state parks and ski resorts, and national parks within easy reach.

Users can evaluate locations and print customized reports that include in-depth summaries of the infrastructure available for their chosen locations.

GOED Executive Director Val Hale said in a release announcing the launch of this tool that it is yet another way they are assisting businesses who are interested in relocating to Utah. Hale added that their team is continually developing strategies to simplify the site selection process as they invite new businesses into the state.

The Broadband Outreach Center is a program involving the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, Public Service Commission, and the Automated Geographic Reference Center (AGRC) that is a part of the Utah Department of Technology Services.

The economic development map at locate.utah.gov was developed by the Broadband Outreach Center as part of its mission to promote broadband availability and adoption statewide.

The new map will complement EDCUtah’’s existing utahsuresites.com website that allows users to explore the state’s inventory of listed commercial real estate.

EDCUtah President and CEO Jeff Edwards said in the release that Utah continues to lead the nation as a premier business destination as companies continue to set up shop in the state, and this new tool highlights all the services and amenities these companies can enjoy.

Lake Charles, Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Get More Grace Jobs Through Chevron ART JV

Advanced Refining Technologies, a joint venture between subsidiaries of W. R. Grace & Co. (NYSE: GRA) and Chevron Corporation (NYSE:CVX), will invest $135 million to establish a residue hydroprocessing catalyst production plant in Lake Charles, La.

Grace

Grace (photo – grace.com)

ART expects to create 30 new jobs, leading to a new annual payroll of $2.4 million plus benefits.

This project is to be located at the existing 120-acre Grace manufacturing facility across the Calcasieu River from Lake Charles. So in addition to the new jobs that ART will create, the project also supports the retention of 295 Grace jobs.

According to estimates provided by Louisiana Economic Development, the project will support the creation of another 88 indirect jobs, and 190 construction jobs while the project is being built.

Apart from state incentives, other factors that led to this site being selected for the project include the large presence of the existing Grace facility and the availability of a loyal workforce with capable workers.

This ART expansion follows investments totaling $100 million by Grace for facility upgrades over the last six years. Grace has been a major engine for economic development and jobs in Southwest Louisiana ever since they opened the facility in 1953. The Lake Charles facility is now one of the largest refining catalysts plants in the world, and fulfills a large part of the company’s global catalyst production capacity.

For this latest expansion, the company began working with LED and Lake Charles economic development partners such as the Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance in March last year.

State incentives offered to secure the project include a $2.4 million Modernization Tax Credit. The project will additionally be eligible for incentives through the Louisiana Quality Jobs and Industrial Tax Exemption programs. ART will also be able to avail of LED FastStart’s workforce development solutions to help with their hiring and training needs.

Governor Bobby Jindal said in a release announcing the project that “Louisiana’s top-ranked business climate and state workforce development programs continue to make our state a place where businesses want to expand, further propelling our economic momentum.”

W.R. Grace & Co. Chairman and CEO Fred Festa said that through their long-standing joint venture with Chevron, they are proud to partner with the State of Louisiana to help grow the economy and their business in the state, and added that they are grateful for the support.

Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance President and CEO George Swift said that in working with W.R. Grace during the last year, it was clear that the company had options to build this facility in other parts of the world.

Swift added that the company’s choice selecting Southwest Louisiana for this project is a testament to their great relationship with the community. He also credited the team at the existing Grace facility, who Swift said have worked hard to establish a solid presence and build a loyal workforce.

Columbia, MD-based W. R. Grace & Co., which last year generated net sales of $3.2 billion, employs approximately 6,500 people across facilities and operations in more than 40 countries.

Brevard County, Florida Considers $8M Economic Development Incentives for Aerospace Project

At their next meeting, the Board of County Commissioners of Brevard County, FL will consider a proposal to offer as much as $8 million in economic development incentives to secure a high-tech aerospace facility involving a large investment and hundreds of high-wage jobs.

Blue Origin's Shepard spacecraft test flight

Blue Origin’s Shepard spacecraft test flight (photo – genphyslab/flickr)

The grant award resolution, sought by the North Brevard Economic Development Zone (NBEDZ), is for an aerospace company identified in county documents only as “Project Panther.”

Project Panther is planning to make approximately in between $205 million to $220 million in new capital investments to establish a new 155,000-square-foot aerospace facility. They expect to create 330 new jobs with an average annual wage of approximately $89,000.

The Florida site under consideration for the project is located in Exploration Park. The company is seeking $8 million from the NBEDZ for infrastructure improvements vital for making the site suitable for a high-tech aerospace design and manufacturing facility.

The $8 million from Brevard County, to be paid over a 10-year period by NBEDZ, is a small part of the overall investment being made into the project by other Florida and Space Coast economic development partners and the company itself.

Moreover, the Brevard County grants will be tied to the company’s job creation plans, with clawbacks in place if the company is unable to meet the stated employment goals.

The NBEDZ memo to Brevard County Commissioners notes that offsetting development costs is critical to this project. Project Panther is also considering sites in other states for this facility.

The memo also notes that Project Panther was established in 2000 and is funded predominantly by private investment. It’s possible that Project Panther is Blue Origin (founded in 2000 and privately funded by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos). The company has recently been awarded a contract to build space rocket engines for the United Launch Alliance.

If Blue Origin is Project Panther, this project would establish a space rocket manufacturing facility in Exploration Park, which is a 299-acre business and industrial park located just outside the gates of Kennedy Space Center. It’s touted as the only place in the world with a quadramodal transportation hub via land, sea, air and space.

Exploration Park is ideal for light manufacturing, R&D, and office projects, and is being built as a sustainable business and industrial park with a focus on green projects and practices like wetlands preservation, LED streetlights, and all facilities built to LEED Silver or equivalent standards.

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