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French company CMG Clean Tech may build a clean energy tech park with a U.S. headquarters, factories and more in Central Florida, creating hundreds of local jobs if Osceola County approves a proposed property sale. Solar King 100ah Lithium Battery
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The Osceola County Commission on March 20 at 5:30 p.m. will consider approving the sale of 309 acres owned by the county to Paris-based CMG Clean Tech.
The company — which develops commercial and residential solar panels and tiles, lithium batteries, electric vehicle charging systems, infrared heating systems, solar-assisted heat pumps and more — was the lone bidder on the property, referred to as the “Mac Overstreet” site.
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