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Electric Mobility Manufacturing

Building on the assets that make the automotive industry successful, Georgia is rapidly developing as the capital of EV manufacturing for the nation. Since 2020, more than 45 e-mobility-projects have contributed over $25 billion in investments in Georgia.  

Kia’s facility in West Point, which already manufactures 60% of the Kia models sold in the nation is expanding operations to include its new EV9 model. Assembly is expected to begin in second quarter of 2024. 

Hyundai Motor Group Metaplant America (HMGMA) selected Bryan County for its first fully dedicated EV and battery manufacturing facility in Georgia, with full production expected in the first half of 2025. Since this announcement in May 2022, suppliers to HMGMA have announced additional investments totaling more than $2.2 billion.  

In December 2021, Rivian announced that East Point, Georgia was selected as the site for its largest manufacturing facility. The facility is slated to start production in 2026 with annual capacity of 400,000 vehicles. 

Providing the full electric vehicle supply chain is critical to a truly sustainable future, and Georgia is rapidly expanding across multiple segments: cathode and anode manufacturing, chemical and mineral solutions, battery manufacturing, metals and aluminum manufacturing, and battery recycling. 
Some of the e-mobility companies operating in Georgia are:
Hyundai Motor Group
Kia
Rivian
SK Battery America
Ascend Elements
Aspen Aerogels
Aurubis
Blue Bird Corporation
Caterpillar
Club Car
Denkai
Dongwon Tech
Duckyang America
EnChem Ltd.
EcoPro
Energy Assurance
GEDIA
JCB
Kirchoff
Heliox
Plug Power
TEKLAS
Textron
Yamaha Motor Manufacturing
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On December 16, 2021, Governor Brian Kemp announced that electric adventure vehicle manufacturer Rivian Inc. would expand its manufacturing operations with a second U.S. plant in the State of Georgia. The company will invest $5 billion in a carbon-conscious campus in Georgia.

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