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Poland’s electric car factory Izera to start operating in December 2025

by Dignity News
The Polish electric car factory Izera in Jaworzno is expected to become operational in December 2025. The cost of construction was estimated at PLN 6 billion. The schedule of the investment was presented on Friday at a press conference of ElectroMobility Poland (EMP) in Katowice.

The construction of the production plant includes two stages. The first includes construction to produce the C-segment Izera, with its three body variants. The construction of this segment, covering 169,000 m2, is expected to be completed in December 2025.

The production capacity of the factory will ultimately be 100,000 cars per year. To achieve this will require production in three shifts.  In the first stage, one production shift is planned for a capacity of 33,400 cars. The expansion of the plant in the second stage, planned by 2030, involves the construction of two more body types and an increase in production capacity to 200,000 cars per year.

The planned employment for the first phase of the plant is more than 2,400 people. This includes 463 in the welding plant, 245 in the paint shop, 962 in assembly, 364 in logistics and 369 in other departments. In addition, 481 robots will be working in the welding plant, 20 in the paint shop and three robots in assembly. The first Izeras may depart from the assembly line at the end of 2025.

A week ago, ElectroMobility Poland (EMP) signed a licence agreement with the largest private Chinese automotive group Geely. The agreement concerned the provision of a dedicated technology platform for electric cars. EMP was established in 2016 as an initiative of four Polish energy companies: PGE, Energa, Enea and Tauron.

The target ownership structure of EMP, due to the scale of the venture, will include both Polish and foreign entities. The State Treasury may not have enough money to remain the largest shareholder as the whole project is expected to cost around PLN 6 billion.

Arkadiusz Słomczyński

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