Enercon Systems Inc., an Ohio-based firm that creates waste-to-energy solutions, will receive $280,000 in state funding to establish a new operations facility in Batavia.
The $1.9 million project includes acquisition and buildout of an industrial property at 109 Cedar St. in Batavia.
Enercon Systems works to find solutions to environmental problems through its research and development prototypes that transform waste into energy. The firm has 80 systems in use across 18 countries, often in remote locations where traditional systems and infrastructure are not available.
Enercon will receive a $100,000 Empire State Development grant and $180,000 in Excelsior Jobs Tax Credits for creation of nine jobs. The funding is part of the latest round of grants through New York State’s Regional Economic Development Council Initiative.
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