Northvolt’s largest energy storage factory in Europe is being built near the Port of Gdansk
– The largest factory of battery energy storages in Europe is being built in Gdańsk. This is an investment by Northvolt, a European supplier of cells and battery systems produced in an environmentally sustainable manner – says Robert Chryc-Gawrychowski, president of Northvolt Systems Poland Sp. z o.o.
The Northvolt investment is being built in the Polish Investment Zone in the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone. Northvolt is in the immediate vicinity of the Port of Gdansk and DCT Gdansk.
The Northvolt production facility is being built in two stages. The first stage is currently being implemented. A factory for energy storage, warehouses and an office building are under construction. The total area of Northvolt in Gdańsk will be 25,000 m² after the first stage of construction. The Northvolt factory will have 50,000 m² when the extension is completed. It is the first investment in the Pomeranian Investment Center in the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone. Northvolt is in the immediate vicinity of the Port of Gdansk and DCT Gdansk.
– Construction works are going according to plan. The warehouses necessary to store components and finished products are 30 m high – says Robert Chryc-Gawrychowski, president of Northvolt Systems Poland Sp. z o.o.
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Northvolt is a European supplier of high-quality cells and battery systems. They are produced sustainably for the environment. The company was founded in 2016 with the mission of building the most ecological battery in the world with a minimal carbon footprint and the highest recyclability. This is to ensure the European transformation towards a decarbonised future. Northvolt employs over 3,000. employees of 100 different nationalities. Northvolt has secured contracts worth more than $ 55 billion to date. Northvolt’s key clients include BMW, Fluence, Scania, Volkswagen, Volvo Cars and Polestar and more. This will allow the company to implement plans that include battery recycling and the use of raw materials, which in 2030 will be 50 percent. will come from recycling.
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