Energy Minister Ibrahim Baylan discussed electric mobility, innovation and green energy with the West Swedish Chamber of Commerce and Alelion, while touring their brand new Lithium-Ion battery factory - at the heart of Sweden's largest green energy mobility initiative.
"It was an interesting visit. Our new battery factory represents a key resource for both Sweden and the region's investment in electric mobility, so it is also important to kickoff strategic dialogue on industry, innovation and society at the right level" - Åsa Nordström, Sales and Marketing Manager at Alelion Energy Systems.
During the visit, Coordinator and Energy Minister Ibrahim Baylan, local politicians and Stefan Gustavsson, Business Policy Manager at the West Swedish Chamber of Commerce came together to discuss the driving forces and challenges in the energy market and how Alelion's innovations will contribute to sustainability and the global transition to green energy.
Alelion's commitment to modular manufacturing of Lithium-Ion batteries in the new factory means that both soft and hardware solutions can be tailored to suit the different needs of different industries. With the acquisition of the German innovation company Caterva – now named Alelion GmbH – Alelion adds another layer of intelligent control systems to deliver sustainable and flexible energy systems.
"Gothenburg is Sweden's, and perhaps Europe's, most important region for electric mobility innovation. Our new battery factory and the knowledge we accumulate is its epicentre - we will provide energy for the next generation's green Swedish export success"- says CEO Daniel Troedsson.