Hopes of establishing a lithium-ion battery research center and production facility in Glendale lost power Wednesday when federal development dollars went elsewhere.
The National Alliance for Advanced Transportation Batteries consortium picked the industrial site along Interstate 65 and Kentucky 222. Their announcement in April included the prospect of 2,000 new jobs but was contingent on receiving Department of Energy funding. The not-for-profit NAATBatt group had requested between $300 and $400 million.
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