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Shoals Technologies Group Expands Portland, Tennessee, Operations

Shoals Technologies Group, a provider of electrical balance of systems (EBOS) solutions for solar, storage, and electric vehicle charging infrastructure, plans to expand its operations in Portland, Tennessee. The $80 million project is expected to create approximately 550 jobs over the next five years.

The company will relocate manufacturing and distribution to a 638,000-square-foot facility at 1500 Shoals Way, allowing it to better meet its growing customer demand for solar power.

“Today’s announcement marks a pivotal moment for Shoals’ growth, allowing us to enhance efficiency, create jobs and contribute even more to the thriving economic landscape of Tennessee. I am immensely proud of our dedicated team for their commitment and success and am grateful to the State of Tennessee for their partnership in making this transformative move a reality,” Brandon Moss, CEO, Shoals Technologies Group said.

Shoals Technologies Group is an electrical balance of systems (EBOS) provider for solar, energy storage and eMobility. The company currently has multiple locations in the U.S.

“Shoals is an innovative brand that we are proud to have headquartered in Tennessee. Companies always have a choice in where they choose to invest and do business, and we appreciate Shoals’ continued support in our state, specifically the Portland and Sumner County communities,” TNECD Commissioner Stuart C. McWhorter noted.

“TVA and Cumberland Electric Membership Cooperation congratulate Shoals on its decision to expand operations and create hundreds of new job opportunities in Portland. We are proud to partner with the City of Portland and the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to support companies committed to continued growth in the region and we celebrate this announcement together,” John Bradley, TVA senior vice president of economic development added.

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