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Expert Speakers to Date

  • Max Wojtynia
    P3 Group
  • John Fox
    Amte Power
  • Adrian Heuer
    Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
  • Bret Trimmer
    NeoGraf Solutions
  • Jan Prochazka
    High Energy 3D Accumulator
  • Manuel Szapiro
    European Commission
  • Roland Irle
    EV Volumes
  • Brendan Howlin 
    University of Surrey
  • Aymeric Rousseau
    Argonne National Laboratory
  • Vanessa Zaloga
    Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH
  • Simon Harris
    ZapGo Ltd
  • Sam Riggall
    Clean TeQ Holdings Limited
  • Mary-Ann Schreurs
  • Enrico Conte
  • Benjamin Bell
    Australian Mines Limited

Past Attendees

  • Ford Motoring Company
  • Erion
  • Volocopter GmbH
  • Von Roll Automotive GmbH
  • Birla Carbon
  • Fluidoteck
  • Daimler
  • StoreDot Ltd.
  • Nissan Europe
  • QuickerSim
  • Avery Dennison Belgie BVBA
  • Rimac Automobili
  • Mitsubishi Corporation
  • VDI / VDE Innovation
  • Toyota Tsusho Europe
  • Dräxlmaier Group
  • Berger Boehringer & Partner GmbH
  • LION Smart GmbH
  • Ilika Technologies Ltd
  • Tesla Motors
  • Galp Energia SA
  • Volkswagen Group
  • TWAICE Technologies GmbH
  • Rivian
  • Kautex Textron GmbH & Co. KG
  • Volvo
  • KU Leuven
  • Roland Berger LLC
  • Geely
  • Merck KGaA
  • Global Battery Solutions
  • Sionic Energy
  • PSA Group
  • Celanese
  • Global Alliance Automotive
  • General Motors

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  • Electric Vehicle Research
  • Equipment Design and Manufacture
  • Materials Sourcing and Advisory
  • Engine Development
  • Electrical Components Sourcing
  • Nanomaterials and Technologies
  • Battery Procurement
  • Lithium & Raw Materials Sourcing
  • Research and Development
  • Vehicle Technologies
  • Light Weight Materials
  • Strategy, Projects, & Public Affairs
  • Nanomaterials Research
  • Cost Reduction Strategies
  • Legal and Compliance Work
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Material Specifications
  • Purchasing and Sourcing
  • Automobile Technologies
  • Sales and Marketing
  • Equipment Certification Services
  • Computing and Electronics
  • Business Development
  • News Reporting and Journalism

Why Attend

The BATTERY TECH 2023 Exhibition & Conference is the only event of its kind to deliver leading market intelligence and industry presentations on the latest in battery technologies for the automotive sector.

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The Premier Forum for Battery Technologies for Electric Vehicle Manufacturers

Welcome to the European BATTERY TECH Exhibition and Conference, where electric vehicle battery technology innovators will meet with leading automotive manufacturers in Munich, Germany, to explore new battery technologies and battery management systems for use in next-generation electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles.

The world's fleet of electric vehicles grew to over 6 million units in 2021. Within a decade, there will be enough electric cars on the road for every person in Germany, as global electric vehicle ownership is estimated to reach 200 million units by 2030. Europe and China posted the largest electric vehicle growth rates, with electric vehicle sales more than doubling from the previous year.

Spurred by policies that encourage drivers to purchase clean-running cars, the uptake of electric vehicles is still primarily driven by the policy environment. The top 10 leading countries in electric vehicle markets have a range of policies to promote electric cars, with Europe and China being the biggest takers. For China, credits and subsidies will help EVs grow to account for more than a quarter of the car market by 2030. Meanwhile, tightening emissions standards and higher fuel taxes in Europe will boost electric vehicles.

The development of battery technologies and battery management systems rely on the latest research and design, manufacturing processes, and technical know-how to develop robust and reliable electric components to support the next-generation of electric vehicles. While recent geopolitical disturbances have created uncertainty regarding the supply chain, government policy remains critical to making EVs attractive to drivers, encouraging investment, and helping carmakers achieve economies of scale.

This year’s BATTERY TECH 2023 is set to become the world’s leading exhibition and conference exclusively for battery technology innovators and manufacturers, to meet and collaborate with a large array of automotive manufacturers and to examine new methods and technical know-how to address the specific challenges associated with extending battery life for next-generation electric vehicles.

Key topics on this year’s agenda include:

  • Electric vehicles’ economic outlook and industry forecasts
  • Exploring new battery technologies and battery management systems
  • Latest research in extending battery life for electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles
  • New manufacturing processes and technical know-how to achieve economies of scale
  • Upcoming regulations and safety standards for the electric vehicle market
  • Manufacturer case studies on electric vehicles design and development

This exhibition and conference will provide a forum for all stakeholders across the electric vehicles battery supply chain, from suppliers and service providers to equipment manufacturers for the automotive industry. Experts will network and build cross-market relationships and discuss the challenges and opportunities in extending drive range and battery life to meet the needs of electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles.

Call for Presentation

If you would like to be a speaker at this event, please contact sean.collins@iQ-Hub.com, subject heading “Call for Papers - BATTERY TECH, Europe 2023”.

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To secure your place at BATTERY TECH 2023 or if you require more information, please contact delegates@iQ-Hub.com.



Key topics for 2023:

  • Electric vehicles’ economic outlook and industry forecasts
    Understand the economic fundamentals and key market drivers for electric vehicles from a global perspective.
  • Exploring new battery technologies and battery management systems
    Explore opportunities and make the business case for adopting new battery solutions to support next-generation automotive applications.
  • Latest research in extending battery life for electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles
    Explore innovations and assess the latest results from tests and trials to improve drive range and extend electric vehicle battery life.
  • New manufacturing processes and technical know-how to achieve economies of scale
    Deliver reliable and scalable production methods for adapting new battery technologies and solutions to meet the needs of automotive manufacturers.
  • Upcoming regulations and safety standards for the electric vehicle market
    Hear from key regulators and classification bodies to ensure your products meet the requirements of new regulations and industry standards.
  • Manufacturer case studies on electric vehicles design and development
    Gain insight from leading manufacturers and implement strategies that others in the industry use to ensure a successful adaptation.


  • A wide range of information regarding the industry and key providers.
    Ralph Marsh (ATS)
  • Great experience to gain knowledge into automotive world and network with key players.
    Jason Klentive (ESAB)
  • A great event for people interested in new technologies for the industry.
    Albert Li (Benchmark Mineral Intelligence)
  • This conference gave our company opportunities to meet key players in the emerging technology space.
    Rob Sides (Ametek)
  • Great event with expertise from various fields related to the industry.
    Martin Loo (Greatech)
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