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After a successful fully-online first edition, the Battery Innovation Days event is finally coming back.
Creating a seamless all-in-one experience, the second edition of the Battery Innovation Days is set to take place on 13 & 14 September in a hybrid format, in Brussels and online.
The Battery Innovation Days event fosters dialogue among the Research community, Policy makers, Industry players and end-users to ensure a constructive feedback loop towards the definition of research and innovation priorities in Europe.
If batteries are the key enabling technology to reach a zero-emission, responsible and sustainable market, the Battery Innovation Days event aims to increase knowledge and encourage exchange around the deployment of leading-edge technologies in battery materials, cell design, manufacturing and recycling.
Including discussions around the battery passport; digital twins for manufacturing; how to improve BMS architectures in the automotive industry; the deep revision currently underway to develop post li-on battery technologies, and much more in a two-day inclusive conference that looks at building a more responsible battery value chain together.
Today’s key European Research & Innovation initiatives (Batteries Europe, Battery 2030+ and the Batteries European Partnership Association) in partnership with the Batteries 1st and 2nd IPCEIs, will host a unique hybrid experience designed to bring together numerous key players and experts from the battery field, including representatives from the European Commission.
We offer many opportunities to support our event! Contact us if you would like to sponsor our event, be an exhibitor, or offer media support at firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrations are opening soon on the event's website
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- Organisation: Batteries Europe; Battery 2030+; the Batteries European Partnership Association; the Batteries 1st and 2nd IPCEIs; CLERENS