In handful of years, the Nordic region has become Europe's new hotspot for battery production, and now Norwegian industrial chemical group Elkem aims to accelerate this development by setting up a new factory dubbed Northern Recharge.
The plant will be located at the Herøya industrial park in the town of Porsgrunn nestled between Oslo and Kristiansand and will produce graphite anodes, a main component in Li-ion battery cells.
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