How did the deal unfold to attract Nikola Motor Company to Buckeye?

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By Jesse A. Millard | AZBigMedia

The future of trucking will be taking shape in Buckeye. The far West Valley city will be home to a hydrogen-electric semi-truck manufacturing headquarters facility, which will represent a little more than $1 billion in capital investments and thousands of jobs by 2024. 

Nikola Motor Company will build a one-million-square-foot facility to house its semi-truck manufacturing efforts, research and development and headquarters in Buckeye, adding 2,000 jobs to the region. 

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