German-based ADS-TEC Energy plans to invest $8 million in Auburn

A new product will soon be added to Auburn’s manufacturing base — battery-buffered fast electric charging stations. ADS-TEC Energy is establishing its first U.S. location in Auburn that will include sales, warehousing and assembly to serve the North American market.

ADS-TEC Energy plans to invest $8 million and create approximately 180 jobs over the next two years.

“We’re excited to welcome yet another high-tech German company to Alabama,” Governor Kay Ivey said. “The partnership between German engineering and Alabama manufacturing has brought many innovative products to the North American market.

“We’re excited to add ADS-TEC Energy’s battery-buffered fast charging stations to that list, serving the quickly growing electric vehicle market,” she added. “Congratulations to ADS-TEC Energy’s leadership for selecting Auburn as their U.S. home.”

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