The factory for unique Czech HE3DA batteries will open under the name Magna Energy Storage (MES) in Horní Suchá near Havířov on 17 September this year. Due to the planned participation of more than a thousand people, the ceremonial start of the factory was postponed to September.
"We definitely don't sleep and the factory is already functioning normally. Recent coronavirus restrictions have not allowed us to invite guests we promise to attend and who have promised. These are mainly foreign guests from Europe and the United States. So far, we are testing HE3DA batteries in a number of projects - from yachts to racing cars to NASA space projects. Our project is unique and has attracted many investors. It is the largest similar factory in Europe and the Czech Republic thus becomes one of the global leaders in the segment of energy storage and batteries, "said Radomír Prus, the main shareholder of the MES project.
"We look forward to finally show the strength of our project and convince all skeptics. We have great success in the United States, we are planning international expansion, but the factory in Horní Suchá will clearly show that we can put our patent into commercial production, "said the author of the HE3DA patent, Jan Procházka.
The HE3DA production technology at the MES plant in Horní Suchá will be one of the first to be completely robotized and automated, and the production processes will meet the requirements of the Industry 4.0. It will, therefore, be a prime example of a modern investment with high added value, which gives room for the emergence of a new industry with the possibility of employment for tens of thousands of people.
The battery, patented by HE3DA, can serve as an energy bank for storing large amounts of energy at a very low price, but with high security. The two basic types will be used in electric cars or in energy as a reservoir of very quickly available energy.
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