MONUMENTAL DAY FOR WESTERN NEW YORK AS GENESEE COUNTY LANDS LARGEST ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN ITS HISTORY

          Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) today announced that the Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP) located in Alabama, Genesee County has landed the largest economic development project in the county’s history. 1366 Technologies, a manufacturer of technologies for the solar energy industry, will establish its first large production plant at the STAMP Business Park. The project is expected to create more than 1,000 full-time jobs and at least 600 new jobs during its phases of construction over the next five years.

            “I would like to thank the governor’s office, 1366 Technologies, Empire State Development, Genesee County ESD and the multitude of other agencies that collaborated to bring this project to Western New York,” Hawley said. “This is a historic day in the development of Western New York’s economy and a major victory for all the counties in my district. 1366 Technologies is revolutionizing the solar industry and has committed to creating more than 1,000 new jobs for local college graduates looking to work in the technology and energy industries.

“The future of New York’s economy lies in growing our manufacturing and technology sectors, and I am proud to see my district and Western New York as a whole receive such a large investment. I look forward to working with 1366 Technologies in the future and finding other ways to attract similar companies to our region.”  

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