Decarbonizing transportation and energy systems...

...with clean, high-density, high quality battery cells.

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Latest news

Tom and Vestre battery strategy

FREYR Battery Sanctions Construction of its Inaugural Gigafactory

29 Jun 2022
Press release
Sentraltomta

Minister of Trade and Industry to Launch the Norwegian Government’s Battery Strategy at FREYR Battery’s Mo i Rana Site

27 Jun 2022
Press release
FREYR Senior Signing 2

FREYR Battery concludes raw materials agreement

15 Jun 2022
Press release

Our products

Energy Storage Systems (ESS)

Our industrialised 24M semi solid technology, allows us to offer an extremely competitive cell for ESS applications while surpassing or matching industry standard in cycle life, DoD, RTE, and LCOS.

eMobility

Global transport is the third largest CO2 contributor, and therefore electrification of commercial vehicles is of high importance.

Electric Vehicle (EV)

FREYR’s primary differentiating factors for EV battery cell production at scale is driving conversion costs by aiming to establish a full Nordic supply chain.

Our facilities

Our battery cell facilities

We are planning to develop up to 43 GWh of battery cell production capacity by 2025 to position FREYR as one of Europe’s largest cell suppliers. Our facilities are located at Mo i Rana industrial complex in Northern Norway, where we can leverage Norway’s highly skilled workforce and abundant, low-cost renewable energy supply.

Customer Qualification Plant (CQP) under development

The construction of the CQP has started - see the time lapse above. Walls for final Clean room (Casting & assembly) are in place. This is a room with different air pressure than the other process rooms, this requires silicon sealing of all joints in the walls. See the orthographic design of room and the end of the video.

Careers

Are you interested in joining us and contributing to a greener future?

We might be nestled beside a quiet fjord in the northern part of Norway, but FREYR is a truly international company with ambitions to fight global climate change by accelerating the transition to an electrified and decarbonized world.