Statevolt to Produce Solid-State Batteries in UAE from 2026

California-based battery producer Statevolt plans to manufacture solid-state battery cells in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by the end of 2026. Sister company Statevolt Emirates is preparing to build a 3.2-billion dollar gigafactory in Ras Al Khaimah. With an annual production capacity of up to 40 gigawatt-hours, the project aims to tap into the emerging export markets for battery storage and electric mobility in the Middle East region, including Africa and India. Initially, semi-solid state batteries will be produced.

Contributing to UAEʼs “Vision 2031”

Statevolt is already building a 54-gigawatt-hour lithium-ion battery gigafactory in California. The companyʼs UAE facility will be built in the Al Ghail Industrial Park in the Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone. The project is expected to create up to 2,500 direct jobs and to significantly contribute to the UAEʼs “Vision 2031” for a “future-oriented economy and society.”



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