XNRGY Climate Systems, a North American leader in sustainable HVAC solutions, celebrated the groundbreaking of its new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility and U.S. headquarters in Mesa, Arizona on April 16. The event marks the beginning of a major expansion for XNRGY, solidifying its commitment to the U.S. market and sustainable climate control solutions. The facility is expected to commence operations in Q1 2025, creating over 900 new jobs.

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XNRGY Founder and CEO Wais Jalali and XNRGY executives including Sham Ahmed, Co-Founder, President and General Manager, celebrated the groundbreaking today alongside Sandra Watson, President and CEO of the Arizona Commerce Authority, Mesa Mayor John Giles, J. Brian O’Neill, Executive Director and CEO of Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, Chip Wilson, Apache Junction Mayor and Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport Authority Board Chair, Jacob Boyer, President of The Boyer Company, project partners, economic development and community leaders.

XNRGY’s new facility will be located at Gateway East at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. The first phase of the Arizona facility encompasses a significant 275,000-square-feet, surpassing XNRGY’s Montreal headquarters at 223,000-square-feet. This initial investment signifies a key milestone in XNRGY’s previously announced $300 million capital investment plan for the Mesa area. The groundbreaking ceremony represents the start of a four-phase development plan, ultimately creating a massive 1,000,000-square-foot sustainable manufacturing headquarters.

“XNRGY’s new manufacturing facility and U.S. headquarters are another example of why Arizona is the global destination for advanced industry,” said Governor Katie Hobbs. “We are proud XNRGY has chosen Arizona for its significant manufacturing operations, which will create hundreds of skilled jobs for Arizonans and strengthen the state’s sustainability leadership.”

“XNRGY’s commitment to sustainability means we focus on research and development to ensure our products offer maximum energy efficiency, reduced carbon footprints, and support for LEED certification across diverse applications,” said Wais Jalali, Founder and CEO of XNRGY.

XNRGY’s expansion signifies a giant leap forward, not just in manufacturing capacity, but also in its commitment to the U.S. market and the environment. The Mesa facility will create exciting career opportunities, with XNRGY actively partnering with local universities and trade schools to recruit and hire skilled workers, fostering a new generation of sustainability champions within the Mesa community.

“Today’s groundbreaking represents an exciting milestone for XNRGY’s Arizona operations,” said Sandra Watson, President and CEO, Arizona Commerce Authority. “XNRGY’s sustainable manufacturing facility marks yet another company establishing headquarters in Arizona and will support the state’s thriving technology industries. We’re grateful to have an industry leader like XNRGY in our state, and we look forward to continue supporting the company’s long-term success in Arizona.”

“As Mesa continues to evolve as a hub for innovation, we are delighted to see XNRGY’s groundbreaking on their massive sustainable manufacturing hub,” said Mesa Mayor John Giles. “This significant investment not only underscores Mesa’s attractiveness for leading-edge companies but also reinforces our commitment to a greener future. With over 900 new jobs, this project exemplifies the intersection of economic growth and environmental stewardship.”

“By incorporating sustainable construction and development, XNRGY is leading by example,” said Chris Camacho, President and CEO, Greater Phoenix Economic Council. “The company’s manufacturing and sustainability focuses align directly with the emerging advanced tech core of Greater Phoenix, making Mesa the ideal landing spot for its monumental headquarters.”

“Today’s groundbreaking event is the first for Gateway East, a 273-acre world-class airport business park,” said Airport Director J. Brian O’Neill, A.A.E. “Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority welcomes XNRGY to the Airport and is excited to have them leading the development of Gateway East.”

“We’re thrilled to see XNRGY break ground on their new facility at Gateway East,” said Matt Jensen, a partner with The Boyer Company. “As mentioned in 2022, XNRGY perfectly aligns with our vision for the development. Beyond the initial building, Gateway East’s infrastructure provides XNRGY with the flexibility and space to accommodate their ambitious growth plans. In today’s unique economic environment, we’re proud to have partnered with XNRGY and the State of Arizona to find creative solutions that benefit all parties. This groundbreaking signifies not just a new facility, but the start of a long and successful partnership.”