IGS Energy received approval Monday for state tax incentives for an expansion of its operations in Dublin that will add 75 jobs.
The project was one of 10 to be approved by the Ohio Tax Credit Authority at its monthly meeting.
The projects are projected to create 946 jobs and retain 2,485 jobs statewide along with spurring more than $296 million in investments across the state.
IGS Energy is an independent retail natural gas and electric supplier servicing residential and commercial customers.
The 75 jobs will result in $3.85 million in annual payroll.
The company has told the Ohio Department of Development it needs to increase its operations because of an acquisition that will expand the company's natural gas coverage into the Southeast, according to the Ohio Department of Development.
Separately, the tax credit authority approved tax incentives for ADB Safegate Americas for an expansion project in Gahanna that will create 24 jobs with a payroll of $2.2 million.
The company provides services meant to boost efficiency, improve safety, raise environmental sustainability and reduce operational costs for airports and airlines worldwide.
Hiring for engineering, production and other roles will begin in 2022.
The company plans to build a 175,000-square-foot facility at Science Boulevard an Tech Center Drive in Gahanna.
In addition to accommodating expanded production and warehouse operations, the building will become a training facility for North American operations and function as a showcase for customers, suppliers and business partners.
This article originally appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: IGS Energy, ADB Safegate Americas approved to Ohio tax inventives