The green light for... a new generation of automotive batteries
Automotive Cells Company (ACC) is set to become the european leader of automotive batteries enabling clean and efficient mobility for all.
Our ambitions are:
To be a high-tech and innovative center of excellence.
To be competitive, producing automotive batteries more affordable than ever.
To be clean & green, truly eco-social friendly.
To grow as fast as the mobility transition, creating many job opportunities.
Where experience meets expertise
Automotive Cells Company (ACC) is a new venture that brings together the expertise of three major companies, with highly complementary skills and experiences.
Saft specializes in advanced battery technology solutions for industry, from design and development to production, customization and service provision.
Stellantis is a French multinational automobile company creating vehicles for Peugeot, Citroen, DS, Opel and Vauxhall.
Opel brings over a century of German industrial know-how to ACC. They've lead the way in creating robust, reliable vehicles since 1899.
THIS PROJECT IS JOINTLY SUPPORTED BY :
The French State, notably under the Future Investment Programme and the Fund for Innovation and Industry, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Hauts-de-France regions as well as “SIZIAF”, the Communauté d’agglomération Bethune-Bruay Artois Lys Romane and the Communauté d’agglomération Lens-Liévin ; and the European Union and the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. It received the European institutions agreement through an IPCEI project that testifies to the strategic importance of mobility for the energy transition.
Already on the road to clean, accessible automotive energy
ACC is investing to become a major player in decarbonized transport solutions. Our R&D center and testing facilities in Nouvelle-Aquitaine are just the beginning. By 2030, we aim to produce one million batteries annually.
Our R&D center, powering future innovations in automotive batteries.
This high-tech facility will allow us to optimise our processes, from product innovation to production.
Starting with 8GWh in 2023, this facility will have the capacity to ultimately ramp up to 24-32GWh.
Combining R&D with leading-edge production, this facility will generate 24-32GWh.
FROM THURSDAY 25 FEBRUARY TO FRIDAY 23 APRIL 2021 INCLUDED, THE GIGAFACTORY PROJECT ON THE DOUVRIN/BILLY-BERCLAU SITE IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR CONSULTATION WITH THE PUBLIC.
To discover the project and find out more: www.concertation-acc-batteries.fr.
A technology that's better for us, and the Earth
Low carbon footprint
Our goal is to achieve the most advanced and carbon-efficient production process.
Over 95% of our battery components are recyclable, helping to extend lifespan.
Ethical supply chain
We are socially conscious. The minerals we use are fully traceable & ethically sourced.
Our facilities are designed to use renewable energy sources.
Talent is our DNA
To accelerate sustainable mobility for all, we need the smartest people from all over the world. People who aren’t afraid to think differently; to challenge the status quo. People who share our values and are ready to grow with us.
We are a team that takes initiative and leads the way.
Fast & agile
Every day we rise to meet new challenges.
To make the best batteries, we need the best people.
Green & Clean
We are making transport sustainable for people and the planet.
Want to move the way we move?
If you're looking to take your career further than you imagined, and you're passionate about creating cleaner transport, we'd like to hear from you. Send your CV and a cover letter to:
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