On Thursday September 17, 2020, a long-anticipated ceremony of global significance will take place in Horní Suchá near Havířov in the north of the Czech Republic, when the Magna Energy Storage (MES) manufacturing plant for the unique Czech Li-Ion HE3DA batteries will be declared officially open. With the expected participation of almost a thousand guests from all over the world, the opening of this facility will herald the fulfillment of the long-term dream and vision of the notable Czech inventor Ing. Jan Procházka, whose ingenious work as a leading nanotechnologist and inventor of the HE3DA 3D battery has already brought widespread acclaim and recognition in both Europe and abroad.
According to project financier and majority shareholder Radomír Prus: ‘’The HE3DA battery was ranked in the TOP 10 among tens of thousands of projects in the worldwide NASA iTech 2019 competition. This is a truly unique project that has already attracted many investors, enabling us to be now opening the largest battery plant in Europe, and making the Czech Republic one of the global leaders in the energy storage segment. We are currently finalizing production technologies and subjecting our batteries to a series of tests. We anticipate their widespread use in many fields, from energy backup in hospitals to energy balancing and ‘island’ systems, through applications in the car, truck, and maritime transport industries and even for NASA space projects. Although the protective measures against COVID-19 will not permit some invited personalities from further afield to participate in the opening, we’re sure it will not impede the progress of our international expansion.”
The author of the HE3DA patent, Ing. Jan Procházka, added: “By starting production in Horní Suchá, we want to show the world that we can bring our discoveries into commercial production. We’re offering a safe, nonflammable battery technology, which is almost 100% recyclable. Furthermore, we have other ideas and inventions which we’re currently working on that could also serve to significantly improve life on our planet.”
The HE3DA production processes in the Magna Energy Storage factory will be one of the first to be completely robotized and automated, and will fully meet the requirements for Industry 4.0 qualification. It is a prime example of modern commercial investment techniques, making room for the emergence of new industries that will benefit the lives of millions of people in the near future.
HE3DA battery production, to begin, will serve as energy storage banks in two initial areas of demand: firstly as modular units for on-demand energy storage installations, and in the second stage as efficient, purpose made powerpacks for the electric vehicle industry.
The opening of a state-of-the-art and wholly Czech conceived and realized factory in the Moravian-Silesian region of the Czech Republic, is an example for all those who are not afraid to turn their ideas into reality.
During the grand opening of the factory, the invited participants will have the opportunity to make priority reservations for forthcoming home energy storage systems. Other revolutionary inventions will be presented on the day as forthcoming product developments from HE3DA’s long and painstaking research in the battery technology sector.