Gov. Matt Bevin, left, presented a bottle of bourbon in December to executives of Enerblu, a company that plans to build a battery-manufacturing plant in Pikeville and a headquarters facility in Lexington. At center is Michael Weber and Daniel Elliott, president and CEO.
Gov. Matt Bevin, left, presented a bottle of bourbon in December to executives of Enerblu, a company that plans to build a battery-manufacturing plant in Pikeville and a headquarters facility in Lexington. At center is Michael Weber and Daniel Elliott, president and CEO. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com
Gov. Matt Bevin, left, presented a bottle of bourbon in December to executives of Enerblu, a company that plans to build a battery-manufacturing plant in Pikeville and a headquarters facility in Lexington. At center is Michael Weber and Daniel Elliott, president and CEO. Bill Estep bestep@herald-leader.com

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