Morrow’s ambition is to develop and manufacture the world’s most cost-effective and sustainable battery cells. The company’s vision is to enable and accelerate the green energy transition through the production of sustainable batteries.
Based in the southern parts of Norway, Morrow is currently in the process of establishing its 42 GWh Giga-factory which utilizes 100% renewable hydroelectric power to manufacture batteries with the lowest possible CO2 footprint.
The factory will be operational from Q4 2024. To accelerate development and qualify its products for key market segments, Morrow is building an industrialization center which support the company’s vision to create sustainable batteries.
With these facilities, Morrow and the company’s partners are establishing ‘the Battery coast’ – a sustainable eco system built around the battery value chain.
Morrow Batteries was founded in 2020 by strong and committed owners. The two leading investors are Agder Energi Venture, a wholly owned subsidiary of Agder Energi, and NOAH, a wholly owned subsidiary of Gjelsten Holding.
Morrow Executive Management
Terje Andersen has more than 30 years experience from management consulting and technology companies with significant leadership expertise.
EVP Finance and Sustainability
Pål Brun has over 20 years experience from management consulting, Greentech investments and politics.
EVP Operations and Innovations
Bård Karlsen has worked six years as director of strategy and operations improvement at Elkem and has 20 years of experience from management consulting.
Dr. Rahul Fotedar
Rahul Fotedar has over 18 years of experience in the field of battery technology. He has previously worked as an expert in advanced battery technology at Hilti Corporation and he is a co-founder of Graphene Batteries.
Dr. Andreas Maier
Andreas Maier has more than six years of experience as Head of Quality management at Samsung SDI. Maier has actively participated in the build-up of cell production locations in both China and Hungary.
Dr. Ulrich Ehmes
Ulrich Ehmes is the previous CEO of Leclanché. He has broad experience from the battery-cell-industry, including management of giga-battery cell factory projects.
Tor Øystein Repstad
Trond Vegard Stangeby
Håkon Tanem, Board Chairman