LG Energy Solution receives $2.8 million grant from Michigan state

LG Energy Solution recently secured a $2.8 million infrastructure grant from the state of Michigan to support its expansion plans for its facility in Michigan. The company will utilize the grant to fund road improvements as part of the expansion, with LG Energy Solution contributing 20% of the project’s total cost, amounting to $714,610.

As part of the expansion plans, the city of Holland will widen 40th Street by adding a third lane, increasing the number of right-turn lanes, and making enhancements to Waverly Road. Additionally, improvements to the bridge over the North Branch Macatawa River are also included in the project.

The South Korean energy company is aiming to construct a new facility in the area, a move that is expected to create approximately 600 new job opportunities. Roger Traboulay, the senior manager of energy engineering at LG Energy Solution, expressed appreciation for the collaborative effort, highlighting the benefits to drivers, key stakeholders, and employees.

He specifically acknowledged the partnerships with the state of Michigan, city of Holland, and Lakeshore Advantage in enhancing the surrounding roads and infrastructure.

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