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Battery cell maker eligible for millions in state incentives for Buckeye plant

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Anita Verma-Lallian.)

By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal (Photo courtesy of KORE Power)

KORE Power, the Idaho-based battery cell manufacturer that announced last week it will be developing a massive manufacturing plant in Buckeye, is eligible for up to $65 million in incentives from the state of Arizona.

According to the Arizona Commerce Authority, the entity that oversees economic development incentives for the state, the company is eligible for a $2 million grant from the Arizona Competes Fund. The fund is a deal-closing fund that aims to promote the growth and diversification of industry in Arizona by attracting, expanding and retaining businesses in specific industries.

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