The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. thinks the state could become a critical epicenter of the global supply chain for electric vehicles.

That’s according to a recently released report in which WEDC proposes six strategies Wisconsin can use to achieve this vision. They include enhancing productivity through automation and upskilling, scaling up the middle-skill workforce pipeline, building connections between innovators and industry, aligning EV policymaking with economic development interests, and preparing for the future of mobility and sustainability.

With the caveat that there is still much work to be done in the areas of workforce development and incentivizing innovation, some Wisconsin companies are also optimistic in the opportunities that lie ahead for manufacturers of EV parts and components.

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