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CEA’s Brent Greenfield looks at the growing manufacturing presence in Alabama and how low cost energy has helped the state attract and retain jobs.

Paper manufacturer International Paper, citing growing demand, recently announced it’ll spend more than $500 million to upgrade its facility in Selma. Mazda and Toyota are investing $1.6 billion in a new plant in Huntsville, adding up to 4,000 jobs, and Shaw Industries Group is investing $184 million in its facility in Andalusia…The state’s history of producing low-cost, locally-made energy is a big reason why.

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