Menon Economics has been appointed to analyse the ripple effects of Morrow Batteries’ project in Arendal. The analysis is aimed at helping Arendal Municipality in its efforts to anticipate and deal with issues that may arise from the battery project.
In order to develop a completely sustainable battery value chain, the import of materials and export of batteries and associated products need to be sustainable. For this reason, green transportation on sea and on land is an important part of the battery value chain...
In the forest, by the port city of Arendal, Morrow Batteries is building a Giga-scale battery factory aimed at producing the most sustainable batteries in the world.
The Mayor of Arendal, Robert Cornels Nordli, talks about what makes Arendal the perfect location for both Morrow Batteries’ Giga-scale project and the Eyde Material Park.
Eyde Material Park is located in and surrounded by forested areas allowing it to co-exist with nature. This means prioritising the environment and putting sustainability first when creating a sustainable battery value chain.