How Intel picked ‘long shot’ New Albany for chip plant


COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — New Albany went from a “long shot” contender to the official site of Intel’s semiconductor chip plants in nine months, Lt. Gov. Jon Husted revealed Monday.

“It started in May of 2021,” Husted said in an interview with NBC4. “So it’s very quick for a project of the size.”

In May, Husted said Intel laid out exactly what they needed for the factories.

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Written by Kristine Varkony.

Originally published January 25, 2022.

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