At the height of the pandemic and global logistics meltdown, we were thinking about how to best serve our customers. We knew it was critical to take a proactive approach to de-risk the supply chain and create an ecosystem that would allow us to quickly and cost-effectively meet customer needs now and in the future.
Nearly two years ago, we teamed up with U.S.-based steel fabricators for onshoring options and domestic manufacturing through partnerships, including United States Steel Corporation, JM Steel Corporation, Steel Dynamics, Inc, BCI Steel, and Atkore. It has been a considerable effort, and over the summer, we inaugurated three new or significantly expanded manufacturing plants. These investments have cemented our commitment to a customer-centric approach by ensuring on-time delivery with cleaner US-manufactured steel.
For this feature story in The Wall Street Journal, I shared insights about the big lift and investment our team has made in moving more production to the U.S. and how we got to where we are today. I am highly passionate about clean energy adoption. I am grateful to the WSJ for the opportunity to shed light on ways our team at Nextracker Inc. is actively developing renewable solutions and bringing those solutions to market. You can read the article here:
We appreciate all the fantastic work by our manufacturing partners accelerating capacity and thank our customers who participated in our factory openings. We also value the professionalism and results of our industry groups, the American Clean Power Association (ACP) and Solar Energy Industries Association.