This November alone, industry players and trade visitors across Europe can expect another half a dozen or so top-class events on relevant and innovative battery cell and battery storage topics. Battery-News.de has summarized all important information on event venues and times as well as the main topics.
London, Bordeaux, Berlin … almost every week, decision-makers, strategists, and entrepreneurs will meet at trade fairs, forums, and conferences on battery technologies next month. The sheer density of events already makes it abundantly clear that the topic of cells and storage, in all its facets, now enjoys top priority in industry and politics. The new infographics from Battery-News.de provides a quick and detailed overview of the most important industry events of the year and show at first glance that practically no European industrialized country will forego a meeting of the experts.
Focal point for decision-makers in Q4: Future Battery Forum
The 4th Future Battery Forum, which will be held as a hybrid event on November 27 and 28 at Berlin’s Estrel Convention Center (ECC) as well as online, is a particularly relevant date for decision-makers in the industry. Themed “Accelerating Europe’s battery industry”, the conference focuses on strategies that pave the way for industry and society to effectively use different battery storage technologies. Together with competence partners like SVOLT, BASF, Customcells, RockTech Lithium and VARTA, the Future Battery Forum expects more than 700 decision-makers from the entire battery industry on site, as well as 90 exhibitors and sponsors, plus more than 70 renowned speakers and experts as part of the panel discussions, lectures, and workshops.
“A wide variety of energy storage solutions are gaining importance within European industries every day. Ultimately, in many respects, the energy and mobility turnaround are only made possible with these technologies in the first place,” emphasizes Kai-Uwe Wollenhaupt, European head of battery cell expert SVOLT. Kai-Uwe Wollenhaupt will take part as an expert in one of the many panel discussions at the forum in November. “The economic and political challenges are great. This makes events like the Future Battery Forum even more important, allowing the most diverse sectors of this industry to come together, exchange ideas, gain impetus and draw additional momentum from this to actively help shape the transformation,” Wollenhaupt adds.
Further details about the conference can be found on the conference website: www.futurebattery.eu
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