Batteries of the future? Look to Logan

The state is stepping up a second time to help make Electric Power Systems’ move into Utah a success. In May, EP Systems received an incentive of up to $1.67 million from the Governor’s Office of Economic Development board to manufacture batteries in Cache Valley. The project is projected to create 125 new jobs over the next seven years and trigger an $11.6 million capital investment by the company. Now USTAR, the state agency that promotes technology-based economic development, has provided th...

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