Major New Battery Exhibition and Conference Launches in the UK: Battery Cells & Systems Expo
Monday, 23 September 2019
Battery Cells & Systems Expo, a major exhibition and conference for the advanced battery industry is launching on the 2nd – 3rd December 2020 at the NAEC Stoneleigh, Warwickshire UK. This international showcase of manufacturers, users and the entire supply chain working to increase battery performance, cost and safety will gather in the heart of UK manufacturing. The show is located minutes away from the brand new UK Battery Industrialisation Centre (UKBIC) opening in 2020 and is situated near to major centres of R&D and manufacturing for organisations such as Jaguar Land Rover, London Electric Vehicle Company, WMG, Aston Martin Lagonda and many more.
Battery Cells & Systems Expo and Conference will be spread over two action-packed days and benefits from the rapid growth in the manufacturing of electric and hybrid vehicles in the UK, along with the significant investments being made in domestic battery manufacture and research. The show will also benefit from the rapidly growing demand for energy storage systems for the power grid and renewable energy operations. The world-class conference will feature two-tracks focusing on battery cell development and pack integration/efficiency along with the latest technology solutions for improving the range, safety and performance of a broad range of electric vehicles.
An advisory panel of the experts in the battery industry has been established to shape this exciting event and features global thought-leaders from organisations including WMG, CATL Battery, Clarios (formerly Johnson Controls Power Solutions), Lithium Werks, Advanced Propulsion Centre and American Battery Solutions.
Featuring a global list of exhibitors and speakers from the world of battery manufacturing and integration, this show will also be co-located with The Advanced Materials Show, Europe’s leading exhibition for advanced material development and the hugely anticipated Vehicle Electrification Expo.
Steve Bryan, Managing Director of Event Partners, the organisers of Battery Cells & Systems Expo says “The battery sector in the UK is undergoing an unprecedented level of growth currently driven by both government and private investment. Battery Cells & Systems Expo will bring the global battery industry to a UK audience of buyers, engineers, integrators and developers from the automotive and power generation sectors as well as the entire manufacturing supply chain”.
For exhibition enquiries and to stay up to date on all the latest news about Battery Cells & Systems Expo please visit www.batterysystemsexpo.com.