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Nissan "center" proposes to invest 300 million with 18 companies

Nissan “center” proposes to invest 300 million with 18 companies

The D-Hub consortium, Nissan’s main remanufacturing project, has chosen to assist Perte for the electric car with a plan to invest 305 million in 18 companies. The consortium, led by companies QEV Technologies and B-Tech, has already registered with the Ministry of Industry, it was announced yesterday in a statement.

Most of the investment will go to a Nissan remanufacture in Barcelona. “This is a strategic plan, not only because of the impact that the Nissan shutdown has had, but also because it will allow the development of new projects and business models to create a corporate ecosystem around electric mobility, generate jobs and skilled labor and focus the economy on the future mobility needs of citizens and the growth of the digital economy.”

Consortium led by QEV and B-Tech selects Perte Assist for electric vehicle

It is led by QEV Technologies and B-Tech, which, with the support of Improva and the support of the FI Group, has brought together a total of 18 companies, including from Startups Even the big companies. As required by the terms of the Perte (Strategic Plan for the Recovery and Transformation of the Economy), different regions are involved, specifically four autonomous communities: Catalonia, the Valencian Community, the Basque Country, and Cantabria. 93% of the investment will be made by small and medium businesses, according to their promoters.

In total, 34 projects were submitted. Due to progress in recent weeks, it has been proposed to manufacture trucks and bus bases under the Zeroid brand and pickup trucks based on the existing Nissan Navara that will be sold under the Ebro brand. Their proposal is to occupy part of the Nissan plant in Zona Franca and also keep the Montcada i Reixac plant.

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Its projects also include the development of electric vehicle systems based on new semiconductors, research and manufacturing of a new generation of high-performance batteries, and the development of hydrogen-powered vehicles. As well as the manufacture of ultra-fast chargers for electric cars.

Besides QEV Technologies and B-Tech, Applus Laboratories, Biofreshtech, Cellnex Telecom, Hub Tech Factory, ePowerlabs, Limpia Nervión, Lunagua, Millor Battery, Nogebus, Nutai, Power Electronics, Relats, S2 Grupo, Tradebe and Wallbox are participating in the initiative. and Zeleros.