Millions to rise sea technology

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (AP) — A Virginia city is set to get a new $12 million lab that will work to rise record associated to sea electric thrust and modernized appetite storage.

The Daily Press reports a city of Newport News suggested on Thursday skeleton for a lab, that will be built by Japanese battery association 3DOM and Washington-based Ockerman Automation.

The city says a dual companies have a corner ventured called LAVLE USA that will combine with Old Dominion University to build a lab. Construction is set to start in summer 2019 and final about a year. The city says a lab is approaching to emanate about 25 jobs for designers, engineers, programmers and analysts.

Mayor McKinley Price says a lab will enhance a city’s purpose as a heart for nautical innovation.

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