Haldor Topsøe, Morrow Batteries pursue Norwegian pilot plant

The Danish chemical and catalysis group is teaming up with the Norwegian battery company in a move to establish a pilot facility to commercialize a new technology that can lead to more cost-efficient and sustainable batteries.

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Morrow Batteries and Haldor Topsøe are planning to produce 20 percent cheaper batteries and have signed a letter of intent to set up a pilot plant in Southern Norway in the pursuit of commercializing a new battery technology, the two companies write in a statement.

"We are pleased to partner up with a technology leader as Haldor Topsoe. This partnership forms the basis for the commercialization of new and leading-edge battery technology. Our ambition is to develop and produce the world's most cost-effective and sustainable batteries, and the collaboration with Haldor Topsøe is an important step in that direction," says Terje Andersen, chief executive of Morrow Batteries, in the press release.

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