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HUNDREDS OF SOMERSET RESIDENTS LEARN ABOUT PLANS FOR UK’S BIGGEST BATTERY MANUFACTURING FACILITY

  • Students and residents visited Bridgwater & Taunton College on Tuesday to learn more about plans to build the UK’s biggest battery facility near Bridgwater
  • Over 300 local people toured an exhibition and heard from Agratas’ CEO, Tom Flack, as part of a series of community events being hosted by the battery-making business
  • Those who missed out can attend other events taking place on 1st May at Puriton Village Hall from 6pm to 8pm, or on 2nd May at Bitham Walk Hall, Woolavington, from 6pm to 8pm

UK, 1 MAY 2024: Hundreds of neighbouring residents surrounding Somerset’s soon-to-be built battery facility attended a community event at Bridgwater & Taunton College yesterday.

Agratas, the global battery business building the facility, invited residents to the event as part of a series of exhibitions it is hosting as part of its community first approach.

Residents heard about the company’s investment in a state-of-the-art battery facility which will contribute almost half of the projected battery manufacturing capacity required for the UK automotive sector by 2030. The exhibition outlined how the battery facility will take shape, the technology behind the electric car batteries that will be produced, and what sort of jobs will be on offer.

Agratas colleagues, including CEO, Tom Flack, answered questions and heard feedback from residents on issues including construction, local community benefit, landscaping and design, travel plans, sustainability and jobs and skills.

The new facility will create up to 4,000 new jobs at what is set to be the biggest battery factory in the country, in diverse fields, including operations, engineering and management.

Bridgwater & Taunton College students were invited to an exclusive preview of the exhibition. As well as getting a behind-the-scenes tour, students heard from Agratas CEO, Tom Flack, about the multi-billion-pound investment, advice he would give young people wanting to get into advanced manufacturing jobs, and training that will be on offer to help young people start a career at Agratas.

Tom Flack, CEO, Agratas, said:“Since announcing that Somerset would become home to our new battery facility, our top priority has been to get into the community and meet some of our new neighbours. My team and I were delighted to see so many residents at our event at Bridgwater & Taunton College, and I’m incredibly grateful to the college for helping us put on such an excellent event.

“It’s important to us that Agratas provides local jobs for local people, which is why it was especially rewarding to hear from the college’s students and provide them with an overview of the training and career opportunities that will be available for young people.”

Andy Berry, Principal and CEO Bridgwater & Taunton College: “We were delighted to welcome Agratas to BTC this week, it marks a significant milestone for our students and the local community. It is their first opportunity to engage directly with Agratas, and understand the exciting opportunities this project will bring to them, and the region. As we further cement our strategic partnership, I’m looking forward to seeing the impact of the opportunities in delivering economic growth, innovation, and prosperity to our region.”

Cllr Liz Leyshon, Deputy Leader of Somerset Council, said:”It was great to see so many local people come out to find out more about Agratas’ plans for the local area. This exciting development will be a very welcome boost to the local economy. We are looking forward to working with Agratas, local colleges and schools so that together, we can ensure that young people can develop the skills they need to take advantage of this huge opportunity on their doorstep”

Mo Retford, local resident from Woolavington, used to be a lab assistant in the old Royal Ordnance Factory in her first job at age 16. She commented: “I appreciate the fact that the site will be used again. We had a really self-sufficient village there in the past, and it will be great to see a new community there benefitting the whole area.”

The Bridgwater & Taunton College event was the third in a five-part series of events Agratas is hosting, with two events having previously taken place on Saturday 27th April in Bitham Walk Hall, Woolavington, and Puriton Sports Centre.

The events follow confirmation in February by Agratas that it will build a new battery cell manufacturing facility at the Gravity Smart Campus near Bridgwater, Somerset. Phased construction works will begin later this year.

About Agratas

Agratas is a global battery business within the Tata Group. We design, develop and manufacture high-quality, high-performance, sustainable battery solutions for multiple applications to match our customers’ requirements.

Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Agra’, the world’s oldest language, our name stands for leadership and moving forward. Combined with ‘Gravitas’, it reflects our ambition to be purpose driven, pioneering power for future generations.

We have entered our industrialisation phase, building world-class gigafactories in India and the UK, and unlocking green growth opportunities for global customers in the mobility and energy sectors.

Our sustainability-first approach is accelerating the global transition to net zero. Our facilities are designed to be powered by clean sources of electricity, including purpose-built renewable energy plants, to support our goal of 100% clean power across all our operations. Using a circular design mindset, we adopt resource efficient processes, to reuse, recycle and recover materials back into production, delivering a sophisticated circular economy ecosystem. We are committed to developing the next generation of battery technologies.

Our R&D Innovation Hubs in India and the UK are empowered to accelerate technological breakthroughs across our entire value chain, working in partnership with leading universities and research institutions to deliver cleaner, greener, more sustainable batteries for our customers. Together, we will pioneer the innovative battery solutions of the future.

About Bridgwater and Taunton College

Bridgwater & Taunton College is located in the heart of Somerset, with main centres in Bridgwater, Taunton and Cannington.  The College has an excellent reputation both regionally and nationally as a highly successful provider of education and training.  BTC is the designated education and skills lead for the Gravity Campus and is working in partnership with Agratas to facilitate the development of a talent pipeline.

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HUNDREDS OF SOMERSET RESIDENTS LEARN ABOUT PLANS FOR UK’S BIGGEST BATTERY MANUFACTURING FACILITY

  • Global battery business Agratas is this week kicking off the first of five community engagement events for local residents in Somerset
  • Events for neighbouring residents in Puriton and Woolavington, held in partnership with the Parish Councils, start on Saturday 27 April and continue into next week
  • Students and residents also invited to join Agratas team and CEO, Tom Flack, at Bridgwater & Taunton College on 30 April

UK, 24 April 2024: Agratas, Tata’s global battery business is holding its first community events with local residents in Somerset, inviting everyone who lives locally to meet the team behind Britain’s biggest battery cell manufacturing facility.

As part of its community-first approach, Agratas is inviting the entire local community, council members, and students to five events held over four days (detailed below).

Attendees will have the chance to hear about the company’s plans for the state-of-the-art facility, ask questions, share feedback, and understand more about what will happen over the next few years as the site starts to take shape.

The events culminate with the chance for residents and Bridgwater & Taunton College students to hear directly from CEO Tom Flack, and specialists in Agratas’ Strategy, R&D, Sustainability and Operations teams, about the company’s cutting-edge battery technologies and the jobs that will be created locally.*

Date and time Location
10am – 12noon, Saturday 27 April Bitham Walk Hall, Woolavington
2.30pm – 4.30pm, Saturday 27 April Puriton Sports Centre
*5pm – 8pm, Tuesday 30 April Bridgwater and Taunton College
6pm – 8pm, Wednesday 1 May Puriton Village Hall
6pm – 8pm, Thursday 2 May Bitham Walk Hall, Woolavington

Agratas is working closely with Bridgwater & Taunton College and other local and regional partners including Somerset Council to design bespoke education and training programmes in the region and deliver local jobs for local people. Across all five events, residents interested in job opportunities can hear more about this and meet the Agratas team to learn about the diverse range of opportunities to work in the battery sector.

The facility itself will create up to 4,000 high-skilled green tech jobs in the area, with thousands more expected to be created in the UK supply chain.

Tom Flack, CEO, Agratas, said: “We’ve received a warm welcome since announcing that we’ll be making Somerset our home. We know everyone is keen to hear more about our plans to get going onsite, the types of jobs that will be created and when those opportunities will start to be available.

The whole team is looking forward to engaging with students and Somerset residents, and to building a long-term partnership that will turn this region into an advanced manufacturing centre of excellence, fit for the future.”

These events follow confirmation in February by Agratas that it will build a new battery cell manufacturing facility at the Gravity Smart Campus near Bridgwater, Somerset. Phased construction works will begin later this year.

About Agratas

Agratas is a global battery business within the Tata Group. We design, develop and manufacture high-quality, high-performance, sustainable battery solutions for multiple applications to match our customers’ requirements.

Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Agra’, the world’s oldest language, our name stands for leadership and moving forward. Combined with ‘Gravitas’, it reflects our ambition to be purpose driven, pioneering power for future generations.

We have entered our industrialisation phase, building world-class gigafactories in India and the UK, and unlocking green growth opportunities for global customers in the mobility and energy sectors.

Our sustainability-first approach is accelerating the global transition to net zero. Our facilities are designed to be powered by clean sources of electricity, including purpose-built renewable energy plants, to support our goal of 100% clean power across all our operations. Using a circular design mindset, we adopt resource efficient processes, to reuse, recycle and recover materials back into production, delivering a sophisticated circular economy ecosystem. We are committed to developing the next generation of battery technologies.

Our R&D Innovation Hubs in India and the UK are empowered to accelerate technological breakthroughs across our entire value chain, working in partnership with leading universities and research institutions to deliver cleaner, greener, more sustainable batteries for our customers. Together, we will pioneer the innovative battery solutions of the future.

Media enquiries
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HUNDREDS OF SOMERSET RESIDENTS LEARN ABOUT PLANS FOR UK’S BIGGEST BATTERY MANUFACTURING FACILITY

  • Agratas, Tata Group’s global battery business, will build Britain’s biggest battery manufacturing facility at the Gravity Smart Campus near Bridgwater, Somerset.
  • Agratas is taking a community-first approach, holding an introductory event in the coming weeks for locals to learn more about the company and meet the team.
  • Partnering with local and regional organisations, Agratas intends to deliver bespoke training programmes to realise the full potential of its investment, creating local jobs for local people.
  • The news follows an announcement last year that the UK had been chosen as the home of Tata Group’s first gigafactory outside India.

UK, 28 February 2024: Somerset will be home to a new multi-billion-pound electric vehicle battery manufacturing facility in the UK, it was confirmed today.

Agratas, Tata Group’s global battery business, has confirmed that it will build a gigafactory on the Gravity Smart Campus near Bridgwater, Somerset. A significant land holding has been acquired at Gravity, making Agratas the first and primary occupier on the site.

The 40 GWh factory is set to be the biggest battery factory in the country and by the early 2030s will contribute almost half of the projected battery manufacturing capacity required for the UK automotive sector.

To realise the transformative potential of the gigafactory, Agratas will work closely with local and regional partners, including Somerset Council, Bridgwater and Taunton College, and the wider Gravity Smart Campus, to deliver bespoke education and training programmes in the region, creating local jobs for local people.

The factory itself will create up to 4,000 new high-skilled green tech jobs in the area, with many thousands more expected to be created in the UK supply chain.

Thousands of residents living near the site of the future gigafactory campus are set to receive a leaflet through the post this week, introducing Agratas to the community. In addition to providing insight into Agratas’ plans, the leaflet invites people to follow Agratas’ community WhatsApp channel for regular updates on the site’s progress.

As part of a community-first approach, Agratas will also hold an introductory event in the coming weeks for local residents to learn more about Agratas’ plans and meet the team.

Tom Flack, CEO, Agratas, said: “Our multi-billion-pound investment will bring state-of-the-art technology to Somerset, helping to supercharge Britain’s transition to electric mobility whilst creating thousands of jobs in the process.
“We care deeply about the communities we operate in, so it’s imperative to us that we work with, and listen to, our new neighbours as we build our factory in Somerset.
“That’s why we’ll be holding an event for local residents very soon, so we can share more about our plans and introduce our team to the community.”

Preliminary works on the site are in progress, with piling to establish the factory’s foundations set to start in Spring.

Construction will be completed in phases, with battery production set to begin in 2026. JLR and Tata Motors will be Agratas’ first customers. Agratas also plans to create batteries for other applications, including two-wheelers and commercial vehicles, as well as commercial energy storage solutions.

The news follows an announcement made by Tata Group last year that it would establish Agratas, a new subsidiary, and that the UK would be home to the company’s first gigafactory outside India.

About Agratas

Agratas is a global battery business within the Tata Group. We design, develop and manufacture high-quality, high-performance, sustainable battery solutions for multiple applications to match our customers’ requirements.

Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Agra’, the world’s oldest language, our name stands for leadership and moving forward. Combined with ‘Gravitas’, it reflects our ambition to be purpose driven, pioneering power for future generations.

We have entered our industrialisation phase, building world-class gigafactories in India and the UK, and unlocking green growth opportunities for global customers in the mobility and energy sectors.

Our sustainability-first approach is accelerating the global transition to net zero. Our facilities are designed to be powered by clean sources of electricity, including purpose-built renewable energy plants, to support our goal of 100% clean power across all our operations. Using a circular design mindset, we adopt resource efficient processes, to reuse, recycle and recover materials back into production, delivering a sophisticated circular economy ecosystem. We are committed to developing the next generation of battery technologies.

Our R&D Innovation Hubs in India and the UK are empowered to accelerate technological breakthroughs across our entire value chain, working in partnership with leading universities and research institutions to deliver cleaner, greener, more sustainable batteries for our customers. Together, we will pioneer the innovative battery solutions of the future.

Media enquiries
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HUNDREDS OF SOMERSET RESIDENTS LEARN ABOUT PLANS FOR UK’S BIGGEST BATTERY MANUFACTURING FACILITY

  • The collaboration with Tata Technologies will enable Agratas to accelerate product development, including the design and integration of battery cells into modules and packs for global customers in the mobility and energy sectors
  • Tata Technologies will develop digital business architectures to support the production of best-in-class battery solutions at Agratas’ gigafactories in India and the UK
  • Through this collaboration, Tata Technologies will expand its upstream capabilities, strengthening its end-to-end Electric Vehicle design and development capabilities

Pune, Bengaluru, India, Warwick, UK, 25 January 2024, Agratas, Tata Group’s global battery business, and Tata Technologies, a global product engineering and digital services company, have announced their collaboration to scale Agratas’ product development and enterprise systems, supporting the design, development and manufacturing of best-in-class battery solutions.

Leveraging Tata Technologies’ over 25 years of expertise in product development, digital engineering, digital manufacturing and product supply chain, Agratas will accelerate its product development timelines, including integrating battery cells into modules and packs across multiple applications to match customer requirements.

The two companies are maximising Tata Group’s comprehensive #OneTata approach, with Tata Technologies developing the digital business architectures to support the production of best-in-class battery solutions at Agratas’ gigafactories in India and the UK. This new alliance embodies the cross-Tata Group mission to develop a holistic eMobility ecosystem that will advance the production and adoption of Electric Vehicles in India and worldwide. With battery cell production due to commence in 2026, the collaboration is helping to propel Agratas’ anchor customers, Tata Motors and JLR, towards a fully electrified future.

Commenting on the collaboration, Tom Flack, CEO, Agratas, said: “We are fully committed towards delivering best-in-class battery solutions to our customers and helping to supercharge the global transition to electric mobility and clean energy storage. Teaming up with Tata Technologies strengthens our pursuit of this mission, helping us to leverage its expertise in Electric Vehicle engineering, including competitive design, packaging and integration of battery packs that are critical for the performance of our customers’ products, from next generation Electric Vehicles to energy-dense storage solutions. Our collaboration with Tata Technologies also maximises inter-Group synergies and business excellence, showcasing the strategic benefits of being part of the Tata Group.”

Reinforcing the collaboration with Agratas, Warren Harris, CEO & Managing Director, Tata Technologies, said: “Tata Technologies’ vision of engineering a better world embodies a commitment to innovating sustainable solutions across the eMobility value chain that helps manufacturing companies accelerate their transition towards net zero. The trust awarded by Agratas reaffirms our long-standing expertise in Electric Vehicle engineering and digital transformation solutions for sustainable products. We believe this collaboration will help us strengthen our capabilities around the design and integration of battery pack solutions into battery electric vehicles and also help Agratas accelerate the industrialisation of its gigafactories in the UK and India, enabling it to deliver competitive battery solutions to its customers.”

As Agratas scales up its operations, Tata Technologies is also helping Agratas to mobilise resources by facilitating recruitment of highly skilled individuals, enabling onboarding and supporting employee lifecycle activities during this critical growth phase. These resources span roles across the battery solution value chain, including corporate, operational and research functions, reaffirming the depth and breadth of the collaborative engagement.

About Agratas

Agratas is a global battery business within the Tata Group. We design, develop and manufacture high-quality, high-performance, sustainable battery solutions for multiple applications to match our customers’ requirements.

Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Agra’, the world’s oldest language, our name stands for leadership and moving forward. Combined with ‘Gravitas’, it reflects our ambition to be purpose driven, pioneering power for future generations.

We have entered our industrialisation phase, building world-class gigafactories in India and the UK, and unlocking green growth opportunities for global customers in the mobility and energy sectors.

Our sustainability-first approach is accelerating the global transition to net zero. Our facilities are designed to be powered by clean sources of electricity, including purpose-built renewable energy plants, to support our goal of 100% clean power across all our operations.

Using a circular design mindset, we adopt resource efficient processes, to reuse, recycle and recover materials back into production, delivering a sophisticated circular economy ecosystem.

We are committed to developing the next generation of battery technologies. Our R&D Innovation Hubs in India and the UK are empowered to accelerate technological breakthroughs across our entire value chain, working in partnership with leading universities and research institutions to deliver cleaner, greener, more sustainable batteries for our customers.

Together, we will pioneer the innovative battery solutions of the future.

Media enquiries
press@agratas.net

About Tata Technologies

Tata Technologies (BSE: 544028, NSE: TATATECH) is a global product engineering and digital services company focused on fulfilling Its mission of helping the world drive, fly, build, and farm by enabling Its customers to realize better products and deliver better experiences. Tata Technologies is the strategic engineering partner businesses turn to when they aspire to be better. Manufacturing companies rely on Tata Technologies to enable them to conceptualize, develop and realize better products that are safer, cleaner, and improve the quality of life for all the stakeholders, helping us achieve our vision of #EngineeringABetterWorld. For more, visit us at https://www.tatatechnologies.com or learn more here. Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube for the latest updates.

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HUNDREDS OF SOMERSET RESIDENTS LEARN ABOUT PLANS FOR UK’S BIGGEST BATTERY MANUFACTURING FACILITY

  • Bold Agratas logo conveys a sense of leadership and technological expertise
  • Modified ‘A’ pays homage to Tata group brand, signifying a strong lineage and shared values
  • Sophisticated colour palette symbolises a sustainable-first approach and ambition to supercharge the transition to net zero
  • Crowdsourced company purpose and culture revealed, “created for our people, by our people”

Bengaluru, India, 8 January 2024, Agratas unveils new corporate identity and company purpose, representing the company’s commitment to pioneering power for future generations. The look and feel have been carefully curated to reflect the company’s aspirations for delivering technological breakthroughs and its dedication to leadership in sustainability.

Tom Flack, CEO, Agratas, said: “The launch of our corporate identity is another significant milestone for Agratas. We are on a mission to build a company recognised for high ambition and intelligent delivery, setting an industry leading benchmark in sustainability, and pioneering new technologies to support the global transition to net zero. We are looking for curious minds searching for their next challenge to come and join us as we move towards an electrified future for mobility and clean energy.”

A bold logo, characterised by sharp geometry and well-defined letterforms, conveys a sense of technological sophistication. The modified ‘A’, with its crossbar removed, pays homage to the Tata group, signifying a strong lineage and shared values. This visual representation serves to highlight a seamless connection between Tata and Agratas.

The chosen colour palette embraces a powerful Black and White system, accentuated by a vibrant shade of Teal. The Agratas Teal colour is a perfect combination of blue and green, colours that best symbolise nature and ecology, and signal the adoption of a sustainable-first approach for the business. The choice of colour further reflects the company’s dedication to embedding innovative environmental solutions as part of its ambition to be at the forefront of the global battery industry.

In addition to the captivating visual elements, Agratas have adopted Montserrat as its brand font. Montserrat conveys authority and precision, perfectly complementing the geometric construction of the Agratas logo lettering. This choice ensures visual coherency across all company communications.

Agratas’ crowdsourced company culture, “The Agratas Way, created for our people, by our people” has also been published on the company’s new corporate website. On a mission to “accelerate net zero by delivering best in-class battery technologies for our customers”, Agratas is empowering its people to:

  • Be curious, be challenged, be you
  • Deliver together, with urgency
  • Care for everybody, today and tomorrow
  • Own it

About Agratas

Agratas is a global battery business within the Tata Group. We design, develop and manufacture high-quality, high-performance, sustainable battery solutions for multiple applications to match our customers’ requirements.

Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Agra’, the world’s oldest language, our name stands for leadership and moving forward. Combined with ‘Gravitas’, it reflects our ambition to be purpose driven, pioneering power for future generations.

We have entered our industrialisation phase, building world-class gigafactories in India and the UK, and unlocking green growth opportunities for global customers in the mobility and energy sectors.

Our sustainability-first approach is accelerating the global transition to net zero. Our facilities are designed to be powered by clean sources of electricity, including purpose-built renewable energy plants, to support our goal of 100% clean power across all our operations.

Using a circular design mindset, we adopt resource efficient processes, to reuse, recycle and recover materials back into production, delivering a sophisticated circular economy ecosystem.

We are committed to developing the next generation of battery technologies. Our R&D Innovation Hubs in India and the UK are empowered to accelerate technological breakthroughs across our entire value chain, working in partnership with leading universities and research institutions to deliver cleaner, greener, more sustainable batteries for our customers.

Together, we will pioneer the innovative battery solutions of the future.

Media enquiries
press@agratas.net

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HUNDREDS OF SOMERSET RESIDENTS LEARN ABOUT PLANS FOR UK’S BIGGEST BATTERY MANUFACTURING FACILITY

  • Tata group will invest over £4 billion in a UK gigafactory through its new global battery business, Agratas
  • The investment will create up to 4,000 new green tech jobs and thousands more in the wider supply chain
  • Flexible manufacturing capacity will deliver electric mobility and renewable energy storage solutions for customers in UK and Europe
  • JLR will be an anchor customer with production starting in 2026

Gaydon, UK, 19 July 2023,Tata Sons, the principal investment holding company and promoter of Tata companies, announced plans to establish a battery cell manufacturing facility in the UK through its new global battery business, Agratas, with capacity to produce 40GWh of cells annually.

The investment of over £4 billion is an integral part of Tata group’s commitment to electric mobility and renewable energy storage solutions and establishes a competitive green tech ecosystem in the UK at scale.

N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons, said: “The Tata group is deeply committed to a sustainable future across all of our business. Today, I am delighted to announce the Tata group will be setting up one of Europe’s largest battery cell manufacturing facilities in the UK. Our multi-billion-pound investment will bring state-of-the-art technology to the country, helping to power the automotive sector’s transition to electric mobility, anchored by our own business, JLR. With this strategic investment, the Tata group further strengthens its commitment to the UK, alongside our many companies operating here across technology, consumer, hospitality, steel, chemicals and automotive. I also want to thank His Majesty’s Government, which has worked so closely with us to enable this investment.”

Commenting about the announcement of the UK gigafactory, UK Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, said: “Tata group’s decision to build their new gigafactory here in the UK – their first outside of India – is a huge vote of confidence in Britain. This will be one of the largest ever investments in the UK automotive sector. It will not only create thousands of skilled jobs for Britons around the country, but it will also strengthen our lead in the global transition to electric vehicles, helping to grow our economy in clean industries of the future.”

Agratas will design, develop and manufacture high-quality, high-performance, sustainable battery solutions for multiple applications to match its customers’ requirements. The company’s strategic growth plan for its flexible manufacturing capacity will begin with a rapid industrialisation phase and the start of production in 2026.

The UK gigafactory intends to maximise a renewable energy mix, with an ambition for 100% clean power. The facility will employ innovative technologies and resource efficient processes to reuse, recycle and recover critical raw materials to deliver a truly circular economy ecosystem.

About Agratas

Agratas is a global battery business within the Tata Group. We design, develop and manufacture high-quality, high-performance, sustainable battery solutions for multiple applications to match our customers’ requirements.

Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Agra’, the world’s oldest language, our name stands for leadership and moving forward. Combined with ‘Gravitas’, it reflects our ambition to be purpose driven, pioneering power for future generations.

We have entered our industrialisation phase, building world-class gigafactories in India and the UK, and unlocking green growth opportunities for global customers in the mobility and energy sectors.

Our sustainability-first approach is accelerating the global transition to net zero. Our facilities are designed to be powered by clean sources of electricity, including purpose-built renewable energy plants, to support our goal of 100% clean power across all our operations.

Using a circular design mindset, we adopt resource efficient processes, to reuse, recycle and recover materials back into production, delivering a sophisticated circular economy ecosystem.

We are committed to developing the next generation of battery technologies. Our R&D Innovation Hubs in India and the UK are empowered to accelerate technological breakthroughs across our entire value chain, working in partnership with leading universities and research institutions to deliver cleaner, greener, more sustainable batteries for our customers.

Together, we will pioneer the innovative battery solutions of the future.

About the Tata group

Founded by Jamsetji Tata in 1868, the Tata Group is a global enterprise, headquartered in India, comprising 30 companies across ten verticals. The group operates in more than 100 countries across six continents, with a mission ‘To improve the quality of life of the communities we serve globally, through long-term stakeholder value creation based on Leadership with Trust’.

Tata Sons is the principal investment holding company and promoter of Tata companies. Sixty-six percent of the equity share capital of Tata Sons is held by philanthropic trusts, which support education, health, livelihood generation and art and culture.

In 2021-22, the revenue of Tata companies, taken together, was $128 billion (INR 9.6 trillion). These companies collectively employ over 935,000 people.

Each Tata company or enterprise operates independently under the guidance and supervision of its own board of directors. There are 29 publicly listed Tata enterprises with a combined market capitalisation of $311 billion (INR 23.6 trillion) as on March 31, 2022.

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