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Manufacturing Industry News: U.S. offshore wind farm construction begins soon, NAM fights against unprecedented proposal and more


Boom Supersonic announced their newest partnership with the U.S Air Force to accelerate research and development on a supersonic commercial airplane called Overture.


GM has announced that it will be working with another company to build hydrogen fuel cell systems such as generators, electric vehicle charging stations and power generator for military camps. The emissions-free generators are designed specifically for commercial building and they hope to supply for homes too.


Elon Musk is fighting back against the founder who placed an advertisement in New York Times to criticize Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) technology. CEO Dan O’Dowd of Green Hills Software used the platform to say, ” We did not sign up our families to be crash test dummies for thousands of Tesla cars”.


Here’s what courageous leaders do.


Ford is facing a safety issue with their brakes and has decided to recall 200,000 cars in the U.S. They are recalling specific 2014 and 2015 Ford Fusions, the Lincoln MKZ, and 2015 Mustangs. 


The National Association of Manufacturers is fighting to preserve a won proxy firm rule and eradicate an unprecedented proposal from the U.S Securities & Exchange Commission that would destroy its reform.


The U.S. Department of the Interior approved U.S. Offshore Wind Farm back in November. Now construction will begin to install 30 gigawatts of offshore wind power by 2030.