Centre in Lučenec to develop new type of battery

The investment may bring young people back to the region.

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Innovations, startups and all innovative ideas will soon be concentrated in one place. The Centre of Development of Innovations (CRI), scheduled to open by the end of the year in Lučenec (Banská Bystrica Region), will also develop a new type of battery for cargo transport.

The government will support the centre’s construction with a subsidy of €140,000, the TASR newswire reported.

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“The town of Lučenec will obtain the National Bank of Slovakia’s building and it will open a centre for innovations, startups and all innovative ideas that arise in the region there,” said Deputy PM for Investments and Innovation Richard Raši, as quoted by TASR.

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