Germany's MAGE SOLAR Opens $30M Dublin, Georgia HQ
"I have been in seven countries in the last year, and everywhere we have been we have found that global leaders are looking for energy solutions. Companies like MAGE are providing those innovative solutions and doing it right here in Georgia. That is good news for Georgia's growing energy sector, and good news for Georgia families looking for meaningful job opportunities," said Governor Sonny Perdue.
MAGE's Georgia facility will also manufacture solar panels, making it the only manufacturer of its kind in the state. The company is planning to build an academy for solar education at the site as well.
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