Battery Cells & Systems Expo is an international showcase of manufacturers, users and the entire supply chain working to increase battery performance, cost and safety. The show will bring together automotive OEM’s, electric utilities, battery cell manufacturers, system manufacturers and integrators along with the entire manufacturing supply chain.
The show will benefit 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. Featuring a global list of exhibitors and speakers, the entire world of battery manufacturing and integration will gather in the heart of UK manufacturing, Birmingham.
The Battery Cells and System Expo and Conference will be attended by Engineers, R&D, Technical Directors, Chief Technical Officers, Purchasing, Academics, Managing Directors, Presidents and CEO’s to name a few. Covering the following areas Vehicle Manufacturer, Electric Utility, Renewable Energy, Battery Cell Manufacturer Battery System Designer and integrator, Powertrain Engineering, Anode/Cathode/Electrolyte/Separators, Research and electrochemistry
The following organisations have already registered to attend the shows: Tata Motors, WMG, British Standards, Siemens, Honda, BMW Group, Toyota, TUV, Jaguar Land Rover, National Grid, Npower, South Western Railways, Welsh Government, National Trust, Williams Advanced Engineering, Johnson Matthey and many more.
Co-located with Vehicle Electrification Expo and The Advanced Materials Show, over 3,000 attendees and 300 exhibitors are expected to attend over two action-packed days.
In addition members of the Motorsport Industry Association receive a 15% discount on stand bookings for 2021.
As a worldwide association, the MIA provides a network that reaches into every corner of the motorsport business community. Their members span the whole spectrum of international motorsport business, from the largest companies to the smallest private firms. The MIA has embraced an ever-expanding international network of business contacts, the result being that today it boasts nearly 300 global members, whose companies transact more than £5 billion of motorsport business worldwide.