Or they may take advantage of the existing foundries being grandfathered in, and start doing casting for other companies that can't start a foundry because they don't have any carbon credits? I worked 20 years for glass manufacturer Anchor Hocking. They wanted to build better and more efficient plants, but couldn't, so they just kept the old ones until the whole container division eventually folded. But that's another story.
Rolling black outs, Fresh water issues, Burning up, High Taxes,exodus of working people from the state which in turn makes it hard to find workers that show up and put in a full day. That makes it very hard to run a manufacturing facility.
Even the entertainment people are leaving fast how many movies or tv series are shot in California, "Not many" even the bachelor is now shooting in Canada in Jasper alberta during the winter they are in for a rude awaking of -25 weather.
Sad part is the reality of gas fired engines are going the way of the dodo bird and in 25 years most of the performance based modifications will be electric or hydrogen related. Look at Harley Davidson there demographic is aging and did not retool for the future buyers which is directly related to here drop in sales Stock price is down to 33.00 from 73.33 fifteen years ago.
All the best to Edelbrock, nothing better than looking at a brand new shinny piece of art that you put on a wonderful gas smelling thunder sounding combustion engine.
Their future will look a lot different in the next 80 years than the past 80