In his weekly address, the Governor talks about two new chances to make Delaware’s case in the national debateon how to get people working, make our schools even stronger and better prepare our nation for what is emerging as a global war for talent and jobs.
This week, Delaware had two new chances to make its case in the national debate on how to get people working, make our schools even stronger and better prepare our nation for what is emerging as a global war for talent and jobs.
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The Governor talks about Bloom Energy coming to Delaware. On Monday, Bloom will break ground on Bloom energy’s first East Coast manufacturing facility, to be constructed on the former site of the Chrysler plant in Newark, which is now part of the University of Delaware’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research campus. Once completed, it will bring an estimated 1,500 manufacturing, supply chain and construction jobs to the region.
For generations, the Chrysler plant in Newark built cars that powered down our nation’s highways. Just down the street, the University of Delaware was building on its campus generation after generation of innovations and innovators to help power our nation’s economy.
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