FREYR intends to supply Impact with clean battery solutions based on the same battery cell architecture as the ESS products that will be produced at its Giga Arctic battery production facility in Mo i Rana, Norway. The LFP cells will be integrated into Impact’s E-Mobility products for use in commercial vehicles as well as other applications.
“This COA with Impact marks our first commercial agreement to produce fit-for-purpose LFP cells for the E-Mobility market alongside our already strong traction in the ESS sector. Following today’s announcement, FREYR’s portfolio of offtake and long-term sales agreements now exceeds 130 GWh of production in both ESS and E-Mobility markets through 2030, which demonstrates our growing commercial presence globally,” remarked Tom Einar Jensen, Co-Founder and CEO of FREYR.
“Impact and FREYR share an ambition to accelerate the urgently required decarbonization of the world’s transportation systems, which as of today account for roughly 25% of global carbon emissions. Commercial vehicles could generate more than 1 TWh of cumulative battery demand on a stand-alone basis by 2030 in Europe and the U.S. to comply with the Paris Agreement 1.5 degrees Celsius threshold. With our low cost and long cycle life LFP cell, produced in our facility powered solely by renewable energy, we expect to support the net zero pathway for a large share of commercial vehicle manufacturers,” Jensen added.
FREYR is targeting the commercial and passenger vehicle markets to complement the company’s continued strong traction in the ESS space. By producing clean, next-generation battery solutions and aspiring to localize and decarbonize supply chains, FREYR is seeking to provide a distinct and competitively differentiated LFP cell offering from conventional technology suppliers based in Asia. FREYR’s LFP cells for the ESS and E-Mobility markets are based on 24M’s SemiSolidTM platform, which enables lower-cost and more sustainable lithium-ion battery production.
“We sought a sustainable LFP producer in Europe that could supply our facility in Warsaw, aiding us in meeting the growing demand for batteries in the E-Mobility space. In FREYR, we have a like-minded partner that is dedicated to the decarbonization of important sectors like commercial transportation,” said Bartek Kras, CEO at Impact.
The contract between FREYR and Impact covers the period until 2030, with potential for further extension. This framework agreement is non-binding and the orders will be carried out in accordance with the needs of Impact and may reach a value of $1.8 billion based on BNEF’s recent 2025 lithium price estimates and other conditions