Morrow has identified six pathways to achieving a zero-emissions battery value chain. Vertical integration of our operations is the red thread:
1. Localising supply chain
We aim to build a European supply of raw materials that ensures renewable energy is used throughout production.
2. Recycling and closed-loop manufacturing
We are promoting policies for there-use of materials, which reduces the need for primary materials and minimises waste. This will allow us to keep materials in use for as long as possible, and reduce our reliance on newly extracted materials.
3. Sourcing of Norwegian renewable energy
We are sourcing renewable energy from Norway to power our battery production. Norway has an abundance of renewable energy sources, and we are committed to utilising these resources to reduce our carbon footprint.
4. Efficient and emissions-free internal logistics
We are transitioning to electric vehicles for all our internal logistics. This enables us to reduce our carbon footprint while improving the efficiency of our operations.
5. Energy recovery on-site
We support synergistic industries by recovering energy on-site, reducing the need for external energy sources. This will enable us to reduce our emissions while supporting other industries.
6. Reduction of energy intensity
We are investing in state-of-the-art technologies that help reduce energy intensity in our battery production. By doing this, we can significantly reduce our carbon footprint while maintaining the quality of our products
The company’s commitment to sustainable practices is not only good for the environment, but also good for business. By producing the greenest battery cells in the world, Morrow is positioning itself as a leader in the sustainable energy sector.