|Volkswagen's ripple effect throughout Chattanooga
"Based on our analysis we see an additional 3,600 new jobs beyond the two thousand direct," according to the Chattanooga Chamber. Video
|Volkswagen announcement could affects local STEM education
Local teachers and engineers excited about the possibilities on VW's announcement. Video
|Ooltewah's Cambridge Square Keeps up with Area Growth
Ooltewah residents no longer have to travel 30 minutes for a downtown experience.
|Volkswagen Chattanooga Earns EPA's Green Power Leadership Award
The Volkswagen Chattanooga Solar Park occupies 33 acres, or half of the 66-acre land parcel adjacent to Volkswagen’s state-of-the-art manufacturing plant. The solar park contains 33,600 solar modules from JA Solar designed to produce 13.1 gigawatt hours of electricity per year -- equivalent to the energy consumed annually by around 1,200 homes in the area.
|Volkswagen Workers Vote Against The UAW
Volkswagen workers vote against the UAW with only minor problems Video
|Volkswagen Chattanooga Begins Construction of Assembly Shop Extension
The warehouse extension, scheduled to be operational by August 2014, will add 198,400 square feet to the existing 104,600 square feet. Video
|Volkswagen to Offer New Driver Training Program
Volkswagen Chattanooga is the first auto manufacturer in the U.S. to offer its community a new driver training program that meets all of the Level 8 criteria set forth by the National Defensive Driving Institute.
|Volkswagen Employees Graduate Mechatronics Program
Volkwagen welcomes 12 new graduates to their Chattanooga location, taught and trained right at the plant. Video