EPC Power Establishes Mauldin, South Carolina, Operations
The new facility is the company’s first East Coast manufacturing and engineering operation and will accommodate additional production capacity due to increased demand. Production is planned for early November.
“EPC Power is very excited to expand our operations in Greenville County. The skilled workforce and excellent supplier base will enable EPC Power to supply American-made inverters for use domestically and around the world,” commented EPC Power COO Bill Graham.
As an incentive the Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved job development credits related to this project.
“EPC Power’s announcement reflects the rapid growth of the smart energy sector and shows that cutting-edge companies recognize the benefits of doing business in South Carolina,” noted Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III. “We are proud to welcome EPC Power’s first East Coast operation to Greenville County.”
EPC Power manufactures American-made smart inverters that are uniquely suited for applications in stand-alone energy storage, solar energy storage and data center backup power.
“EPC Power has a global reputation and proven track record for product innovation and service excellence with customers and is well positioned to support America’s transition to increased use of renewable energy,” added Greenville County Council Chair and Greenville Area Development Corporation Board Member Willis Meadows. “Greenville County welcomes EPC Power to our community as we work together to expand energy independence for a cleaner, more secure future.”
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