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Norwegian battery materials company Vianode has partnered with the European Union to strengthen the construction of the European battery industry ecosystem and accelerate its scale-up production.

IPCEI is a European multinational initiative that accelerates the marketization of innovative green transition technologies through European industrial cooperation, public-private partnerships, and public funding. IPCEI EUBatin is the second phase of the IPCEI Battery program, covering the entire battery value chain industrialization. The IPCEI Battery program will provide 6 billion euros in public funding to the battery industry chain and is expected to attract approximately 14 billion euros in additional private investment.

Vianode, a non-EU artificial graphite anode enterprise, has recently been selected as one of the partners in the European Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) EUBatin program, aimed at promoting the industrialization and scaling of the European low-carbon battery industry chain.

The Norwegian government joined the IPCEI EUBatin battery program last year, providing funding, market access, and opportunities for cooperation with the EU to Norwegian companies. The goal of this partnership is to strengthen Europe’s battery ecosystem and leverage Vianode’s role as a provider of artificial graphite anode solutions.

IPCEI will support a series of production processes including pilot lines, technical centers and customer certification for Vianode graphite anode. Vianode’s graphite anode pilot line in Kristiansand, southern Norway, has been operational since 2021. The graphite anode factory, constructed at a cost of 200 million dollars in Herøya, Norway, is expected to be completed in the second half of this year and begin customer certification. Customer certification is expected to continue from 2024 to 2026, after which Vianode will conduct industrial-scale testing and production at the planned large-scale manufacturing facility.

Vianode recently has received 7 million dollars in funding from the Norwegian Research Council to develop data collection and advanced production process control technologies, achieving more efficient and environmentally friendly production methods, and supporting Norway’s zero-emission process industry through facility upgrades and green space construction.

Source: WeChat Official Account—鑫椤锂电

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