EnerG2 News
February 13, 2012

EnerG2 Fires Up Oregon Factory

by:Curt Woodward
February 13, 2012

EnerG2, a University of Washington spinoff that creates synthetic carbon materials that are highly efficient at storing energy, is opening a new factory in Albany, OR today. The company, founded in 2003, won a $21.3 million federal grant to help finance the factory, part of the federal stimulus spending.

EnerG2 says the Oregon plant is the first in the world “dedicated to the commercial-scale production of engineered carbon material.” The plant will initially employ about 35 people, with potential to grow to a larger workforce.


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