16th Battery Experts Forum with enormous growth
The Battery Experts Forum is Europe’s largest conference on battery technology and celebrates its premiere in 2019 at the Forum Messe Frankfurt in Frankfurt am Main. With the expansion in the financial metropolis, the event is growing immensely, over 100 experts will speak on current and future insights and trends in the industry of the future in six parallel presentation series. Visitors can expect additional the trade exhibition, showing the most important companies along the value-added chain of a battery.
Strong political support
Politicians have recognized the importance of the Battery Experts Forum and are supporting the event for the first time. Following representatives are covering the patronage:
- Mr. Tarek Al-Wazir, Hessian Minister for Economic Affairs, Energy, Transport and Regional Development,
- Mr. Oliver Wittke, State Secretary of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy as well as
- Mr. Peter Feldmann, Lord Mayor of the city of Frankfurt am Main.
Presentations of top specialists in the lithium-ion battery industry
For the complete three-day event we are lucky to welcome more than 100 leading users, developers, politicians and researchers from international companies and institutes, speaking about the latest trends in the battery industry, especially following companies/speakers:
- Dr. Joachim Döhner, KUKA Germany GmbH
- Dong Wook Chun, LG Chem Europe GmbH
- Dr. Tadashi Senoo, Murata Elektronik GmbH
Trade exhibition with well-known companies – 85% already taken
The exhibition along the Battery Experts Forum 2019 has tripled in comparison to the previous year. Despite the expansion, 85% of the space in the Forum Messe Frankfurt has already been awarded to renowned international companies in the battery industry – including leading cell manufacturers such as LG Chem, Samsung SDI, Murata and Panasonic.
The exhibition in the outdoor area, which can be used ideally for test drives with e-vehicles, has also been enlarged!
More information about the program and the exhibition are online available at www.battery-experts-forum.com.