Electric carmaker Rimac expands into stationary energy storage biz
Croatian electric carmaker Rimac Technology on Wednesday announced it is expanding into producing stationary energy storage systems through its new subdivision, Rimac Energy.
The first production lines will be opened in two months at the company's new Jankomir facility on the outskirts of the Croatian capital Zagreb as part of a pilot project with Croatian renewable energy company ENNA, as per a Reuters report.
"In the first year we aim for 300 MWh production, and for over 1 GWh from 2026 on, "Karla Janes Mesaric, the company's business development manager told Reuters on the sidelines of an energy conference in Sarajevo.
Rimac Energy's innovative battery technology is developed fully in-house and produced in Europe. Its stationary storage offerings include utility energy storage systems solutions, commercial and industrial ESS, and battery-buffered charging solutions.
Rimac's new stationary energy storage system will be fully launched in 2025.