Electric vehicle (EV) battery developer and producer InoBat Auto has launched works to transform a brownfield in Voderady into an EV battery R&D centre and pilot line. Powered by green energy through grid electricity and solar panels, the 27,000 square metre site will create up to 150 jobs and will include a technical training centre, office space, research labs and manufacturing line. InoBat will use the new battery centre to identify the optimum cell chemistries to meet the exact requirements of any vehicle maker or manufacturer.
The centre will be a benefit for European countries as it will reduce the dependence of electric vehicle manufacturers on the import of batteries from Asia.
2. Jun 2021 at 17:19 | Compiled by Spectator staff