May 5, 2022

Lion Electric: A trailblazer in Illinois manufacturing

The future of transport is electric. That’s true not only for commuter cars and trucks, but for vehicles like school buses, too. And that electric future is being built right here in Illinois. Lion Electric’s new 900,000 sq-ft manufacturing facility is the largest of its kind in the U.S. Their all-electric buses and trucks will bring clean air and a sustainable economy to communities across the nation. Watch Lion Electric’s video to learn more about this innovative facility and how Illinois’ mix of skilled workers, robust infrastructure, and a compelling vision for the future is putting the state at the forefront of the electric revolution.

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