Interesting to collaborate with Norway

The Norwegian-German Chamber of Commerce visited the Eyde Cluster and Morrow on Thursday to investigate the market potential for the battery value chain in Norway.

- Morrow is setting a new standard for sustainability. And the location in Norway takes advantage of having 100% renewable energy, said Jochen Schrag, business coordinator at Morrow, to the German delegation that was in Norway from Monday to Thursday.

14 Representatives

In the German delegation, there were 14 representatives from various German companies and organizations: Asahi Kasei Europe GmbH, FLOHE GmbH, Albert Seine GmbH, Haver & Boecker OHG, Cooper (Germany) Technology GmbH, Open Grid Europe GmbH, 2G Energy International GmbH, Thyssenkrupp Polysius GmbH, RWE Generation SE, NRW.Global Business GmbH, IHK Nord Westfalen, and AHK Norwegen.

Engaging in Conversation

- We make a point by coming here with this delegation, and we want to engage in a conversation with you to see how we can collaborate. We are looking for new business opportunities, said Eric Wallner from NRW.Global Business GmbH.-

- It is interesting to collaborate with Norway, which is an innovative, stable, and long-term partner, said Alexander Behnke from the gas transport company Open Grid Europe (OGE).

The delegation was presented with both the Eyde Cluster's vision of being a network for testing and development, Battery Norway's focus on the battery value chain, Morrow's battery factory, and NRW's global business model.