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Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 10/02/2015

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SolarCity Unveils Industry’s Most Efficient Solar Panel

“More than a year after Elon Musk’s solar energy company bolstered its efforts to get into manufacturing, SolarCity on Friday announced the development of the industry’s most efficient solar panel.”
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Anheuser-Busch InBev To Invest $62 Million In Lysander Plant For Craft-Beer Production

“Anheuser-Busch InBev will invest $62 million in its Lysander plant to enable craft-beer production and upgrade machinery and equipment, according to an announcement that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made Wednesday afternoon.”
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Buffalo’s New Manufacturing Lab Designed To Prepare Students

“Buffalo Manufacturing Works celebrated the debut of a laboratory aimed at firing the imaginations of high school students interested in science and technology. The Additive Manufacturing Learning Lab’s classes give juniors and seniors a chance to learn to use 3-D printing technology, which is catching on among manufacturers.”
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Second Facility Will Allow Reclaimed Lumber Company To Expand Product Line

“The founders of StoriedBoards will lease a manufacturing facility to expand the business’s line of fireplace mantels, built using reclaimed lumber from historic structures in the Northeast.”
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Two N.T. Companies Receive Low-Cost Hydro To Support $10M In Capital Investments

“The New York Power Authority has approved allocations of low-cost hydropower to two North Tonawanda firms to create 33 jobs and more than $10 million in capital investments. The two manufacturers are Confer Plastics Inc. and RockTenn, a Norcross, Ga.-based company.”

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