TECO 2030 has over the building that will become home to its new fuel cell giga factory in Narvik in northern Norway. TECO 2030's planned combined fuel cell factory and innovation centre in Narvik will become Norway's first large-scale production of hydrogen-based fuel cells. The plant will be established in a facility that was previously home to a factory operated by solar company REC. Will create up to 500 new jobs in Narvik Over the next ten years, TECO 2030 expects total investments in the plant in Narvik to amount to up to NOK 1 billion. During that period, up to 500 new jobs may be created in Narvik within development, pilot production and full-scale production. TECO 2030 expects to have around ten employees at the plant already by the end of 2022 and about 100 before the end of 2025. As many of these as possible will be recruited locally. People with different kinds of skills and competences will be needed, such as electricians, mechanics, plumbers, engineers and civil engineers within process, electric power, electronics and automation.