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Mojave Energy Systems to Launch South Carolina Operations in Anderson County, Creating 200 Jobs with $4 Million Investment

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Mojave Energy Systems Launch South Carolina Operations in Anderson County

Written by Teresa Bannister

OCT 25,2023- In a significant boost to the economic and environmental outlook of South Carolina, Mojave Energy Systems, an innovative clean technology (cleantech) start-up, has announced it is setting up its first manufacturing facility in Anderson County. The move comes with a $4 million investment that is expected to create 200 new jobs.

Revolutionising the Commercial Air Conditioning Industry

With patented technology in their armory, Mojave aims to revolutionize the commercial air conditioning industry while maintaining cost competitiveness. The company develops eco-friendly products that curtail negative environmental impacts like excessive carbon dioxide emissions. Mojave’s products also provide a significant improvement in energy efficiency by using less electricity and refrigerant to cool and dehumidify the air.

Strategically Selected location

The Southeastern United States and Texas are the target markets for Mojave, and the company required a location from where it could reach its customers within a day. Anderson County was their prime choice with its easy highway access and its proximity to the Greer Inland Port. The company plans to lease approximately 25,000 square feet of space located at 1428 Pearman Dairy Road in Anderson, with operations slated to begin in late November 2023.

Job Creation and Economic Boost

The establishment of Mojave’s first manufacturing facility in Anderson County is a welcome development for the local economy. The $4 million investment is set to create 200 new jobs that will stimulate economic growth and provide employment opportunities for the residents. People interested in becoming a part of the Mojave team can apply through the company’s career page. The Coordinating Council for Economic Development endorsed job development credits pertaining to the project.

“We appreciate the support of the Department of Energy, the state of South Carolina and Anderson County in helping us bring this important technology to market.” – Mojave CEO Phil Farese

Impacts and Reactions

Various leaders have expressed their pleasure and optimism regarding the establishment of Mojave Energy Systems in South Carolina. Governor Henry McMaster has spoken highly about the significant contributions the company’s investment will make to the state’s economy. Meanwhile, Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III is looking forward to the innovative air conditioning products the company will introduce in the state. Anderson County Council Chairman Tommy Dunn is appreciative of the high-skill technical jobs that will benefit the community.

The establishment of Mojave in Anderson County is another feather in the cap for the state of South Carolina, which continues to attract innovative and forward-thinking businesses that help shape a sustainable economic future.

Mojave Energy Systems to Launch South Carolina Operations in Anderson County, Creating 200 Jobs with $4 Million Investment

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