Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia Visits California Battery Plant
U.S. Battery Manufacturing hosts California Assemblywoman who authored the AB-142 Lead Battery Recycling Act
By: U.S. Battery Manufacturing
The facility tour showcased U.S. Battery's process for manufacturing deep-cycle batteries, which are used for a variety of consumer and commercial applications, including energy storage to support solar and wind energy generation, and zero emissions backup power systems. These applications will be especially important in California, which leads the nation in the fight against climate change and has established ambitious goals to curb emissions of climate-forcing pollutants. To achieve these goals, the state will need to avail itself of all viable clean energy technologies, including lead batteries.
The U.S. Battery manufacturing facility is part of the lead battery industry's overall contribution to California's economy:
· 3,056 jobs
· $195.9 million in annual labor income,
· $332.9 million in annual gross state product (GSP),
· $998.6 million in annual output (overall economic benefit), and
· $92.9 million in annual government revenue.
These benefits are widespread and support a variety of industries throughout California. For details on the economic contribution of the lead battery industry, visit: http://www.essentialenergyeveryday.com
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