f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE are Making an Important Mark on the EVS30

For its 30th anniversary, the internationally renowned Electric Vehicle Symposium is expanding – for the first time with the f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE – its topical areas to include stationary battery storage, hydrogen, and fuel cell technologies.

For its 30th anniversary, the internationally renowned Electric Vehicle Symposium is expanding - for the first time with the f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE - its topical areas to include stationary battery storage, hydrogen, and fuel cell technologies. Aside from the fascination of electric driving, perspectives on integrated energy and transportation transformation for automobile manufacturers, suppliers, and the energy industry are taking center stage.


Autonomous driving, integrated charging, intelligent route and freight planning, low-carbon and low-emission mobility and logistics demand a new kind of infrastructure: smart, clean, and integrated in flexible energy flows. In this respect, the f-cell presents the latest developments from the areas of research, materials, components, and production of fuel cell technologies. Moreover, the specific application areas of hydrogen technology are a key focus in interlinking sectors like power2gas and energy storage. BATTERY+STORAGE addresses production and use of stationary battery storage in all application sizes. These range from innovative tenant electrical installations and smart homes to megawatt storage serving as a power buffer for quick-charging stations for electric vehicles.

Profitability and Value Creation through Innovations

Although e-mobility still has a long way to go to become successful in the market, new areas of application for emission-free drive technologies are already being taken into account at the international level. Research and development work range from shipping and freight transport on the road to goods transport to their final destination in urban areas. In the dynamics of environmental law, digitalization, and decarburization, many observers see the greatest potentials and challenges for both established industries and newcomers. Therefore, in 2017 f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE are extensively committing themselves to the broadened perspectives of coupling industry sectors as well as the transformation in transportation and energy.

Event Dates:
f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE Conference: October 10-11, 2017
f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE Exhibition: October 9-11, 2017
The 30th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition: October 9-11, 2017

Tickets and additional information regarding the exhibitors and schedules can be found at www.f-cell.de and www.battery-storage.de. Conference tickets for f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE are also valid for EVS 30 and vice versa.

f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE 2017:
Peter Sauber Agentur Messen und Kongresse GmbH, e-mobil BW GmbH (State Agency for Electric Mobility and Fuel Cell Technology Baden-Wuerttemberg), Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH, Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector Baden-Wuerttemberg and Wirtschaftsförderung Region Stuttgart GmbH (Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation).

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