Battery market issues, future trends & networking
The 2023 Batteries Event will take place in October 10th-13th, 2023 in Centre des Congrès – Lyon – France.
After a very successful 2022 event that gathered 750+ participants from the battery industry, the conference’s ambition is to keep growing and welcome more than 900 participants in 2023!
As always, the organisers’ goal is to create the perfect forum where all the battery industry stakeholders will be able to meet, discuss industry trends and best practices – from the battery production to its recycling. More than 90 stakeholders will showcase their products & services with an individual booth.
What happened in the last 25 years?
The Li-ion battery market has increased from 2 GWh to more than 725 GWh! In value, the market for batteries and their components has experienced a strong double-digit growth and several positive factors ensure the fast-growing evolution of the market.
What is Batteries Event 2023’s ambition?
3 days to inspire, learn, understand, inform and share. The objective is to bring together at least 900 people from across the industry (researchers, raw material suppliers, components, manufacturers, consultants, intellectuals …). Over 130+ selected speakers, thematic conferences, 90+ exhibitors, quality networking moments and friendliness are only a few highlights the Batteries Event has in place for the 2023 edition.
More information about the Batteries Event 2023
Conference Theme: Driving towards sustainable electrification of the UK
Co-organised together with University of Birmingham, the Faraday Institution’s largest and most open science dissemination and networking event is expected to host up to 500 delegates.
The programme includes nine cross cutting themes
Theme 1: Sustainable battery research and manufacturing
Theme 2: Creating a thriving battery recycling industry
Theme 3: Next-generation lithium-ion materials
Theme 4: The role of metrology in accelerating battery research and commercialisation
Theme 5: Battery systems – optimising performance beyond cell level
Theme 6: Towards a sustainable battery supply chain for the UK
Theme 7: Battery applications and requirements – “bridging an academia/industry divide”?
Theme 8: Beyond lithium-ion
Theme 9: Battery characterisation
4-minute flash talk: Industry Challenges
The Faraday Institution
The Faraday Institution is the UK’s independent institute for electrochemical energy storage research, skills development, market analysis, and early-stage commercialisation. It brings together research scientists and industry partners on commercially valuable projects to reduce battery cost, weight, and volume; improve performance and reliability; and develop whole-life strategies including recycling and reuse.