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The UK’s Largest Battery Technology Exhibition and Conference Expect 4,500+ Attendees, 300+ Exhibitors and 100+ Speakers


The UK’s Largest Battery Technology Exhibition and Conference Expect 4,500+ Attendees, 300+ Exhibitors and 100+ Speakers

Battery Cells & Systems Expo will bring together automotive manufacturers, electric utilities, battery system integrators, cell manufacturers and the entire manufacturing supply chain. A truly unique showcase for companies from around the world to launch products and demonstrate their technology within the battery technology industry.

Battery Cells & Systems Expo is co-located with Vehicle Electrification Expo, The Advanced Materials Show and Ceramics UK. One event bringing together four connected industries for two days of networking, lead generation and education at the NEC, Birmingham. A four-track, free conference featuring global experts covers the latest innovations and developments across these exciting industries.

Battery Cells & Systems Expo has recently launched their unmissable full conference agenda and revealed some incredible speakers from the industry. The co-located and concurrent Battery Cells & Systems Expo and Vehicle Electrification Expo conference has one theatre dedicated to battery development, with discussions on everything from cell chemistry and pack design to fast charging, recycling and second life. The second theatre is set to tackle broader electrification and manufacturing strategy – such as sustainability, supply chain and skills – alongside bus/ truck electrification and powertrain-focused design and development sessions, including electric motors, powertrain design and power electronics.

Top Exhibitors include:

  • UKBIC/UKRI/Innovate UK
  • PEC
  • Plasmatreat
  • Warwick Manufacturing Group
  • Weiss Technik UK/Schunk
  • Zarges

Top Speakers include:

  • Eylül Calozzo, Aston Martin Lagona; Battery Research Engineer
  • Dr Stephen Lambert, McLaren Applied Technologies, Chair, AESIN; Head of Electrification
  • Jacqui Murray, Innovate UK, part of UKRI: Deputy Challenge Director, Faraday Battery Challenge
  • Dr Wasim Sarwar, Rimac Automobili: Head of Research & Advanced Engineering


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