Ever since it launched the European Battery Alliance in 2017, Europe has been pushing local manufacturers to develop an industry that should flourish in a low-carbon future and ensure the continent is not reliant on imported products or technology.
The European Union has also committed €550 billion to climate protection and clean technologies over the next seven years, and these plans hinge on batteries to store renewable energy – and to power EVs.
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