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Sweden's largest test bed for electromobility to be built at Castellum-owned Säve

Christian Fernsby |
Research Institutes of Sweden has decided that Sweden's largest testbed facility for electric vehicles will be located at Säve in Gothenburg.

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Topics: SWEDEN   

Construction of a building of almost 15,000 square meters will start soon.

In 2018, Castellum acquired the entire area (including the Säve airport) and gained access to a development area of ​​almost 3 million square meters.

In place already are established heavyweights in the Swedish automotive industry, side by side with innovators such as Heart Aerospace, which is developing the world's first electric passenger aircraft.

Swedish Electric Transport Laboratory, SEEL, is owned by Research Institutes of Sweden and Chalmers University of Technology.

The future facility will be an arena for research and development to be used by both industry, academia and research institutes.

The establishment at Säve strengthens the Swedish automotive industry's competitiveness and accelerates the transition to a fossil-free society.

The future facility will consist of a laboratory part and an office part. In total, it is estimated that about 50 people will work there.

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