ElectroCraft Creating 55 Green Collar Jobs in Searcy, Arkansas
"This is exciting news for White County and further evidence of Arkansas's growing stature in the green-technology sector," said Governor Mike Beebe. "These businesses are succeeding and expanding because their 'green' products are practical, efficient, and often cheaper for consumers. In Arkansas, we will continue increasing our presence in these industries for the betterment of our economy and our environment."
The company says 90 percent of current HVAC motors are inefficient, and more than 60 million will soon need replacement.
"We believe there is a huge opportunity with these green motors and we are proud to be part of this leading edge technology," said ElectroCraft President James Elsner.
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