Biden will visit a manufacturer of clean energy technology in Fridley that is helping to build America’s clean energy economy
On Monday, April 3, President Biden will visit Cummins Power Generation Facility in Fridley, Minnesota as part of his Administration’s “Investing in America” tour. In October 2022, just two months after President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act, Cummins announced that it will begin manufacturing electrolyzers in the United States for the first time. Electrolyzers help produce clean hydrogen that is essential for reducing emissions and creating good-paying jobs in manufacturing and industrial sectors, and play a critical role in clean energy supply chains that until now have largely been produced overseas.
The visit will highlight how the President’s Investing in America agenda – including historic investments from the Inflation Reduction Act, the CHIPS and Science Act, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, and the American Rescue Plan – is building a clean energy economy, rebuilding our infrastructure and bringing back supply chains, unleashing a manufacturing boom, and creating good-paying jobs across the country.
Earlier this week, President Biden kicked off the Investing in America tour with a stop at a semiconductor manufacturing facility in Durham, North Carolina, and announced that since the beginning of his Administration, private companies have announced $435 billion in manufacturing investments in the United States. As part of the Investing in America tour, President Biden, Vice President Harris, First Lady Jill Biden, Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff, members of the Cabinet, and senior White House officials are visiting over 20 states over the course of three weeks to highlight the impact of the President’s Investing in America agenda.
- President Biden will travel to Fridley, Minnesota to visit Cummins’ hydrogen electrolyzer production facility that will help power our clean energy future while bringing supply chains back to the United States, and creating good-paying jobs.
- First Lady Jill Biden will launch a four-state swing to highlight career-connected learning programs that are preparing high school and community college students for good-paying jobs that are being created by the Investing in America agenda. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona will join the First Lady for part of the tour.
- Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo will travel to Oregon to highlight private sector investments in supply chains, semiconductor manufacturing and other advanced manufacturing industries. She will also meet with students and apprentices learning the skills to fill jobs in innovative industries being created by the President’s Investing in America agenda.
- Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen will travel to Connecticut to highlight provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act that are incentivizing companies to invest in clean energy manufacturing across the United States and lowering energy costs.
- Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack will travel to New Mexico to highlight how the President’s Investing in America agenda is providing a historic $65 billion to ensure every single American has access to affordable, reliable, high-speed internet.
- Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm will travel to Oklahoma to highlight investments that are building a clean energy economy and bringing energy supply chains back to the United States.
- Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg will travel to New Mexico to highlight infrastructure projects that are protecting the health and safety of communities and reducing traffic deaths.
- Small Business Administrator Isabella Guzman will visit Atlanta, Georgia and Las Vegas, Nevada to visit small businesses and highlight how President Biden’s Investing in America agenda has spurred more small business growth in his first two years in office than ever before. She will also discuss the many small business opportunities created by signature legislation, including the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, CHIPS and Science Act, and the Inflation Reduction Act.
- Senior Advisor and Infrastructure Coordinator Mitch Landrieu will travel to California to participate in a ribbon cutting of a bridge that was rebuilt with funding from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and highlight record investments in water conservation and drought resilience.
As part of the Investing in America tour, the White House will also host an Energy Communities Summit on Tuesday, April 4th, to highlight how the President’s economic agenda is unleashing a manufacturing and clean energy boom, creating good-paying jobs, and bringing clean energy supply chains back to the United States. The Summit will include Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen, Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, National Economic Council Director Lael Brainard, Senior Advisor to the President for Clean Energy Innovation John Podesta, and National Climate Advisor Ali Zaidi.