Mojave Energy Systems Plans Anderson, South Carolina, Operations
The company will lease approximately 25,000-square-feet of space located on Pearman Dairy Road. Production is scheduled to begin in late November 2023.
“Cleantech is a growing manufacturing opportunity for our country, and Mojave is in a unique position to create U.S. jobs while significantly lowering its customers’ energy expenses and climate impact. We appreciate the support of the Department of Energy, the state of South Carolina and Anderson County to help us bring this important technology to market,” Mojave CEO Phil Farese said.
As an incentive, the Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved job development credits related to the project.
““Our vision at S.C. Commerce is to embrace the future to ensure South Carolina’s sustainable advantage, and we welcome Mojave Energy Systems to Anderson County. We are excited to see the forward-thinking air conditioning products that the company will bring to our state,” Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III noted.
Mojave produces novel liquid desiccant systems targeting energy efficiency and reducing the climate impact of HVAC.
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