The Battery Innovation Days
23 to 25 November 2021

Three key European battery research & innovation initiatives Batteries EuropeBattery 2030+ and the Batteries European Partnership Association in partnership with the IPCEI on Batteries and IPCEI European Battery Innovation will host the first edition of the annual conference on battery research and innovation (Virtual) Battery Innovation Days 23rd to 25th November 2021.

The event sets itself as an opportunity for some of the industry’s expert leaders to converge and exchange insights on the latest developments within the European R&I battery domain, discuss views on key strategic approaches to deploying crucial technologies, and assess future R&I needs for a more competitive and sustainable European battery production. The event will cover key topics related to the European battery value chain including:

  • How to create a comprehensive R&I approach for the European battery ecosystem
  • Creating new jobs and bridging the skills gap in the battery sector
  • Boosting industrial innovation uptake: how to successfully develop from lab to market
  • How to face the digitalisation challenge from raw materials to applications
  • How to develop a sustainable battery value chain able to achieve EU decarbonisation targets

Numerous experts will share their views regarding these points including representatives from the European Commission, battery experts from European key industry branches and research organisations, as well as leaders of networking initiatives (European Battery Alliance, Batteries Europe, BEPA). Coordinators and leaders of EU-funded projects and IPCEIs will also have a key role in this event to present technical progress in their projects.

Please take special note of our “IPCEI Session”

Outlook of manufacturing activities along the battery value chain in Europe and join us on 24th November 2021 at 11:30 am CET.

In this session, speakers Markku Kivistö (Business Finland), Franz Dietrich (Technische Universität Berlin), Maria Cristina Pasi (Italmatch Chemicals) and Yannick Motcheu (ElringKlinger) will present their endeavours all across Europe in manufacturing activities along the entire battery value chain from a policy, company and scientific point of view to reach the goal announced by Maroš Šefčovič of covering the global demand of battery cells by 30% with sustainable cells produced in Europe.

Find out more and register via the following link:

The event language is English. Participation is free of charge, but registration is necessary.

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