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Aerial shots BASF site Schwarzheide

The Schwarzheide plant’s modular design and infrastructure allows for the rapid scale-up of manufacturing capacities enabling BASF to meet increasing customer demand for the European EV market. This state-of-the art plant will produce cathode active materials (CAM) with an initial capacity enabling the supply of around 400,000 full electric vehicles per year with BASF battery materials.

The site in Schwarzheide uses an energy-efficient gas and steam turbine power plant that operates on the principle of combined heat and power generation. Until the battery materials plant is commissioned, the integration of renewable energies is also planned. The Harjavalta plant, which supplies precursors (PCAM), will utilize renewable energy resources, including hydro, wind and biomass-based power. This advantageous energy mix will provide CAM material with a very low CO2 footprint.

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02/11/20
00:04:24
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16:9 HD
Track 1: Atmo,Track 2: Atmo
Schwarzheide
BASF SE
BASF SE
BASF SE 2020

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