The demand for zero-emission transportation is rising, and the world is becoming ever more committed to combatting climate change. Hexagon Purus, whose purpose is to help drive energy transformation through zero emission mobility solutions, declares that it will start construction of a new manufacturing facility for composites battery packs and hydrogen storage systems in Kelowna. This is expected to bring more than 100 new skilled jobs to the city.On July 5th, McKay Property Group broke ground on the new micro-factory, a 60,000 square foot highly automated facility to house the production of battery packs and hydrogen fuel storage systems for medium- and- heavy-duty battery and fuel cell electric commercial vehicles. “We are thrilled to bring this project to life, welcoming a future-oriented and environmentally conscious company like Hexagon Purus to expand its business in Kelowna”, says Steve McKay, CEO of McKay Property Group.For identifying Growth Opportunities for the Composites Marketplease visit https://www.lucintel.com/composites-market.aspx
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