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Fresco Announces the Unveiling of Its Future Campus

Fresco Campus is the Norwegian EV company's future energy-positive headquarters

Fresco Motors AS (“Fresco”), a Norwegian technology company, is pleased to announce they will unveil their future corporate campus at on March 8 at 07:00 p.m. CET (Central European time). While being powered by both solar and wind, Fresco Campus aims to become one of the world’s most energy-positive facilities.

“We think that a company needs to be more than its products. It needs to stand for something,” said Espen Kvalvik, CEO & Chairman of the Board of Fresco. “As things are moving back to normal in terms of the global pandemic, we are excited to announce that we have chosen to unveil our extraordinary and eco-friendly campus.”

“It’s time to rethink the way we both work and live,” added Adrian Kristofer Locklindh, COO & Member of the Board of Fresco. “While being the very reason why the company was founded, Fresco Campus aims to become one of the world’s most energy-positive facilities. It’s such an exciting time for us, and we have the utmost confidence that people will be absolutely amazed by our future headquarters.”

Fresco Campus features a minimalistic and Norwegian design, and the size of the facility will provide more than enough space for future employees. While being designed by Espen Kvalvik, Fresco informs that there are currently no headquarters that looks like Fresco Campus.

“During this pandemic, we have chosen to refresh our overall design language,” added Jakob Kirsebom Lanto, CFO & Member of the Board of Fresco. “When it comes to Fresco Campus, we have gone for a design that is highly futuristic. As we have chosen to bypass historical and traditional shapes, it’s safe to say that there are currently no facilities that look like Fresco Campus. Just like Fresco XL, it’s like a breath of fresh air.”

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