GAF Energy is investing more than $50 million in a manufacturing, research and development plant in San Jose, California, that will employ hundreds of people.

The new plant project involves building improvements at a 112,000-square-foot facility that the company is leasing for nine years.

The buildout of this plant coincides with the Biden administration wrestling with how to jumpstart domestic clean-tech manufacturing sector to help increase the production of renewable energy.

“We are bringing solar manufacturing back to the U.S.,” Martin DeBono, president of GAF Energy, said in an interview.

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