Electric Car Maker to Reopen GM Plant in Delaware, 2000 New Jobs Expected

150px-Fisker_autoVice President Biden is expected to announce on Tuesday that Delaware has struck a deal with electric car maker Fisker Automotivethat will bring in $175 million and 2000 jobs. Fiskerwill reopen and retool a plant previously owned by General Motors under an agreement that will give Fisker unspecified tax incentives. The plant will be operational by 2011 and is expected to create as many as 2000 jobs, many of which will be filled by former GM or Chrysler employees.

Fisker Automotive is headquartered in Irvine, California and was founded in 2007. They currently have one car, a hybrid gas/electric vehicle, but plan to make a new line of cars in Delaware under the name Project Nina, after one of the three ships used by Christopher Columbus.

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  1. LEIGH COTE' at 2:17 pm

    i’D LIKE MY JOB BACK AT THE BOXWOOD PLANT IN WILMINGTON, DELAWARE WORKING FOR FISKER- KARMA .I’VE SEEN THIS AUTOMOBILE HERE IN WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA BEING DRIVEN AND THE PEOPLE LOVE THIS AUTOMOBILE BELIEVE IT OR NOT THIS CAR HAS GREAT LINES AND YOU CAN HARDLY HERE IT RUN WHEN IT IS RUNNING, A REALY QUIET AUTOMOBILE TO OWN. THIS IS THE AUTOMOBILE FOR THE FUTURE AND IT WORKS A GREAT GREEN CONCEPT FOR THE FITURE. THANK YOU MR. LEIGH COTE’.

  2. Leigh Cote at 10:48 am

    I would like a job application sent to my address at p.o. box — ———-, maine —– for the new job in building of Fisker-Karma that is being sold here in florida in West Palm Beach florida in 2013, what a great automobile, Green Car for the “FUTURE”. Thank You Leigh Cote’

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