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(Morrow Overview)


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Products (Research & development)

Gen 1 (LFP, NMC).
Gen 2 (LMNO-X, LMNO-C).


"We know that making high performance batteries available fast and at scale will  make a  difference." (Lars Christian Bacher, CEO of Morrow Batteries).
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(SIEMENS, Industrial Partner)
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(Our numbers)

If all our batteries (43 GWh per year) go to the transport sector we can avoid emitting over 15 million tons of CO2 equivalents each year. This corresponds to an annual use of over five million fossil fueled cars.
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Morrow will open its first 1 GWh battery cell factory in Arendal, Southern Norway in 2024.
40% of our employees are women reflecting our commitment to diversity and inclusivity.

(About us)

Why We´re Here

Morrow is speeding up the green energy transition with cost-effective and sustainable batteries, starting with our first battery cell factory opening in southern Norway in 2023. A planned gigafactory for battery cell production will produce 43-gigawatt hoursyearly from 2028.
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(Join us)

There are solutions to our climate crisis.
Decarbonisation, electrification and sustainable energy systems. But these solutions need to be enabled now - at an industrial scale and unprecedented speed. At Morrow, we are experts from all walks of life. As an industrial scale-up we are shaped by our world-class people from 25+ countries. Join us to help us build a future powered by cost-effective and sustainable batteries.


At Morrow, we are moving rapidly towards mass production of sustainable batteries. We will utilise 100 % clean energy in our battery cell production and target significant CO2 reductions in our supply chain. Morrow will also become increasingly circular as we allow for the use of production scrap and secondary raw materials into battery cell production. Through partnerships, we will enable the collection of used batteries for further recycling or re-use.
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The messages from the world’s top climate scientists are clear: We are moving beyond the safe operating space for humanity. The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel (IPCC) recently warned that we are unlikely to stay within the target of a 1.5 degree temperature increase – and we know that going beyond that threshold puts our societies at great risk.

The global battery industry is at a crossroads. The risk of breaches in social or environmental standards in the mining and refining of many battery materials has traditionally been high. At Morrow, we know that our purchasing power can make a difference, and we are prioritising suppliers that can document high social and environmental standards in their operations and that of their sub-suppliers.

Discover cutting-edge insights on battery technology and sustainability. Browse our collection of reports, white papers, and industry news to understand this rapidly evolving field.

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By concentrating on developing mobility and energy storage systems, we will be able to meet the battery requirements of over 96% of the world's expected demand.
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Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) are critical to achieving a sustainable global energy transition at speed. By using batteries to store electrical energy, BESS can help us decarbonise our grids and balance the intermittent nature of renewable energy sources like wind and solar power.

LFP batteries are gaining popularity in the automotive market due to their cleaner sourcing, low cost, and high cycle life. Their nickel and cobalt-free system makes them an attractive option for electric vehicles.

Commercial vehicles, such as delivery trucks, buses, and heavy-duty construction equipment, require reliable and durable batteries that can withstand heavy usage demands. LFP batteries are the most common choice for these applications, offering a cost-effective, long-lasting solution.

Morrow will deliver tailored battery solutions for the maritime industry’s transition to cleaner energy sources. Our batteries will allow marine vessels to travel further, faster, and safer, cutting 800,000 tons of carbon dioxide in Scandinavian countries alone. We prioritise safety and will offer Li-ion batteries with high power density and C-rates, making them competitive in the market.