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Battery experts forum’s conference programme finalized

11th May 2022
Louis Regnier

The Battery Experts Forum is pleased to announce the release of its three-day conference program from July 12 - 14, 2022 (Frankfurt am Main/Exhibition Center). The Battery Experts Forum will feature high-profile speakers from key players in the battery industry and will address the current challenges facing the industry.

Including speakers like Shmuel De-Leon, a globally networking battery expert from Israel, and Sven Bauer, a world-renowned pioneer in lithium-ion battery manufacturing who already believed in the great potential of electrification in the 1990s, the organizers of the world's largest battery trade fair, the Battery Experts Forum, can present a top-class league of speakers at their conference for the 17th time. Inspiring impulses, by keynotes, tutorials and technical presentations, are granted by topics such as fast charging, battery management systems, battery safety, recycling, standardization, procurement security and the world market situation. Experts from key players and consultants in the battery industry, such as Honda R&D Co. Ltd, Roland Berger, Williams Advanced Engineering, McKinsey & Company Inc, Farasis Energy Europe GmbH, Freyr, Exyte Management GmbH and Robert Bosch GmbH, as well as from institutes such as ZSW Ulm, RWTH Aachen, KIT Karlsruhe, Fraunhofer and the European Commission - Joint Research Centre, have been engaged for the presentations. The complete program can be viewed online at: https://www.battery-experts-forum.com/index.php/en/program-en/battery-conference-program.

While admission to the accompanying trade show is free of charge, the cost of a conference day ticket is € 695. In addition, discounted tickets for two (€ 1,195) or three days (€ 1,595) are available.

The Battery Experts Forum is the perfect networking platform for experts, strategists, R&D personnel, buyers, sales staff, trade journalists and other industry insiders in the battery technology sector. The inevitable transport and energy turnaround as part of the efforts to protect the climate are currently driving electrification forward at a rapid pace across all sectors. This even increases the huge necessity of this popular industry get-together. The speed of progress in the field of electrification makes

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