In recent months, Georgia has continued to attract a number of international investments in the electric mobility industry. In addition to the nearly $2.6 billion SK Innovation electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing facilities in Jackson County, the state has seen Dutch e-mobility charging systems leader Heliox, Turkish EV-parts manufacturer TEKLAS, German-owned lightweight automotive-body parts manufacturer GEDIA, and SK-supplier EnChem of Korea set up base in the state.

Even Georgia-based Blue Bird Corp. in Fort Valley, announced in late June that it had reached the milestone of 500 electric powered school buses delivered or on order. 

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