MILAN – ACC, a joint venture of Stellantis, Mercedes and TotalEnergies, reported on Friday its planned Italian battery making plant was envisioned to get started functions in 2026.
The plan will contain an in general investment really worth over 2 billion euros ($2.1 billion) in Italy, such as community money, ACC explained in a statement right after conference unions in Rome.
Carmaker Stellantis has options to create three ‘gigafactories’ in Europe to serve its increased production of battery electrical autos. They will be built in France, Germany and Italy, as a result of ACC, with a capability of 40 gigawatt hours (GWh) each and every by 2030.
The Italian venture will be established up in the southern city of Termoli, via the conversion of an present Stellantis motor and gearbox plant, at present utilizing all over 2,000 staff.
It ought to start off functions at the starting of 2026, whilst it ought to attain total capability in 2030 with at least 1,800 workers, ACC mentioned in the statement. ($1 = .9377 euros)