Tesla submitted a jobs report and investment numbers to New York on Wednesday as part of its agreement to work out of the state-funded South Buffalo Gigafactory.

The company, which has been producing “solar roof” technology at the Riverbend facility, said it has 632 full-time employees and 4 part-time jobs, roughly 25 percent ahead of its obligation to employ 500 people in New York State by April 30, 2019.Of those jobs, 329 of those full-time jobs are at the Buffalo factory and  the rest are elsewhere in the state.

Tesla said it has also nearly tripled the state’s financial requirement buy spending and investing more the $381 million cumulatively. Nearly $180 million has come over the last year, which includes costs like capital spending, inventory, labor and benefits and other expenses.

The company said, in the letter to the heads of Empire State Development and Fort Schuyler Management Company, the jobs reported do not include any headcount from co-located business partners at the facility. Panasonic is also manufacturing solar cells at Riverbend, and Tesla said the partner employs roughly another 400 full-time employees. The are 43 more contingent workers, contractors and vendors.

The company said it’s also manufacturing more products at the factory as it scales back the solar roof production.

“We’re pleased to have exceeded our first year job commitments by more than 25 percent and nearly tripled our investment requirement in New York State,” a Tesla spokesperson said in a statement. “In addition to scaling production of Solar Roof, Tesla is also diversifying its presence in Buffalo by manufacturing and assembling Supercharger and energy storage components at Gigafactory 2. We’re committed to investing in Buffalo and the State, and the new power electronic lines will deliver more high tech jobs while supporting Tesla’s energy storage products and global Supercharging infrastructure.”

Tesla said a “V3 Supercharger electric vehicle charging cabinet” manufacturing line is installed and operational and additional lines are slated to being production later this year. It said the facility also now houses several other manufacturing lines supporting the “Tesla Energy Industrial Storage business portfolio.”

The company said there are electric vehicle chargers and superchargers already deployed across the state with more under development. According to the letter, it will also be opening new vehicle centers in Buffalo, Rochester, in Albany.

“Empire State Development is in receipt of Tesla’s Employment and Investment Report for RiverBend,” an ESD spokesperson said. “We are pleased that Tesla is reporting that it has exceeded its job and investment commitments, invested $381 million over the course of the project, and become host to nearly 800 full-time employees working at the manufacturing facility. In the coming weeks, ESD will perform the necessary due diligence to verify the data provided by Tesla.”

Tesla has until next April to create 1,460 jobs in Buffalo, although they do not all have to be in the factory. Currently, it is only reporting one full-time job in Buffalo outside of RiverBend.