Electric semi-truck maker could earn millions in incentives from Arizona

Nikola Motor Co. plans to move its headquarters and manufacturing to Buckeye.

By Hayley Ringle | Phoenix Business Journal

Nikola Motor Co. could receive up to $46.5 million in grants and tax credits if it brings the more than 2,000 projected jobs and $1 billion projected capital to a planned Buckeye manufacturing plant for its zero emission, autonomous semi-trucks.

Salt Lake City-based Nikola announced Tuesday it had chosen Arizona for its new headquarters for its hydrogen-electric trucks.


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