Northvolt invests heavily in R&D in Västerås

Northvolt’s research and development facility in Västerås is being expanded to a campus with one thousand workplaces. The investment costs more than SEK 6 billion.

This is what the facility in Västerås will look like when it is finished.

Northvolt’s facility at Finnslätten in Västerås will be expanded and become a large campus for research, production and recycling of batteries.

– This will be, which is unique, the world’s first battery research campus that has the entire battery value chain gathered in one place, says Northvolt’s communications manager Jesper Wigardt to TT.

In addition, will a new customer center to be set up to function as a space for partners, start-ups and the university world to meet and collaborate.

The first new facility is already under construction. The number of employees will grow from 400 to about a thousand people.

– By bringing all the parts together of the puzzle, on a single campus, we will be uniquely positioned to develop battery solutions for the global battery market, says Yasuo Anno, Development Manager for Northvolt.

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