For anyone who has driven north on I-85 in the last couple years, you can’t miss it. The SK Innovation electric battery plant was one of the largest projects in Georgia history and seems like it stretches from one exit to the next outside Commerce. Now, SK has announced their next Georgia project, a nearly $500 million manufacturing facility for glass-based semiconductor chip parts in Newton County.   

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