Envision AESC to build power battery factory in Spain


Envision AESC will build a super factory in Navalmoral de la Mata, Spain, with a planned production capacity of 30GWh, which will be completed and put into production in 2025. The new factory will provide power battery products for global leading car brands and help Spain become the new European electric vehicle industry center. It is understood that this is another layout of the zero-carbon battery of Envision AESC after China, Japan, the United Kingdom, France, and the United States.

It is reported that the super factory will rely on the zero-carbon system solution of Envision Group to achieve 100% renewable energy supply and carbon-neutral operation. At the same time, Envision will start the construction of the local battery ecosystem in Spain, and promote the innovative development of full-life-cycle technologies such as smart charging facilities and battery recycling.

Recently, Envision Power has continued to reach strategic cooperation with a number of car companies. In June 2021, Envision AESC cooperated strategically with Renault of France and announced the construction of France’s first digital and green power battery factory in Douai; A power battery super factory. In February 2022, Envision is set to build Japan’s largest power battery factory in Ibaraki. In March, Envision AESC and Mercedes-Benz of Germany reached a strategic cooperation and announced a new power battery super factory in Kentucky, USA.

With the planning and construction of the new factory, Envision has planned to deploy 11 major production bases in China, Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and Spain, and the total production capacity of zero-carbon batteries will exceed 300GWh in 2026.

Who is Envision AESC?

Envision is a Chinese energy technology company. Founded in 2006 by Zhang Lei. Today, Envision Technology Group has become the world’s leading energy technology company, with Envision AESC, the third largest power battery company in China, Envision Energy, the second largest smart wind turbine manufacturer, and EnOS™, the world’s leading intelligent IoT operating system.