On 6th September, Britishvolt was delighted to host several of Her Majesty the Queen’s global Ambassadors to the site of our forthcoming gigaplant in Cambois, UK.
Accompanied by representatives from the Department for International Trade, Ambassadors to Nordic and Baltic countries including Judith Gough (UK Ambassador to Sweden), Dr Bryony Mathew (British Ambassador to Iceland), and Brian Olley, (British Ambassador to Lithuania), came to learn more about the site, which will be home to one of the most efficient, low carbon battery cell facilities in the world, and which was chosen in part for its unparalleled links to abundant renewable energy.
Our guests were keen to understand how Britishvolt is working with its many strategic partners to create a new homegrown battery ecosystem in the UK, giving them insight and key learnings to share with their own regions.
“A spirit of collaboration and partnership is central to our ethos, so we were pleased to meet with the Ambassadors and share with them some of the core principles and practices that are assisting us in creating some of the world’s smartest, most sustainable batteries at our Cambois gigaplant.”
Paul Franklin, Britishvolt’s Vice President for Property, Infrastructure & PMO
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