Nordcell plans 1.2GW module plant in Sweden


Nordcell plans to begin production at the facility in the first half of 2025. Image: Nordcell

Swedish manufacturer Nordcell has revealed plans to build a 1.2GW module manufacturing plant in northern Sweden.

The company said it was evaluating sites for the facility and hoped to make a final decision soon, with production slated to begin in the first half of 2025. At full output, Nordcell said it hoped to produce 2.5 million modules annually at the plant.

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