The Battery Show Unveils Full Conference Program

As the world begins to adopt electric and hybrid vehicles and rely increasingly on renewable resources to satisfy its thirst for power, the battery industry stands to benefit from an unprecedented level of growth.

NOVI, MI (July 6th 2011) - The Battery Show Unveils Full Conference Program

As the world begins to adopt electric and hybrid vehicles and rely increasingly on renewable resources to satisfy its thirst for power, the battery industry stands to benefit from an unprecedented level of growth. Addressing these key issues, the Battery Show Conference, across two separate tracks, will examine the market and future business opportunities whilst the second track will evaluate how technical advances are likely to impact performance, safety and cost.
The Battery Show Conference provides the perfect platform to understand various perspectives on this growth industry, from vehicle manufacturers and operators, to electric utilities and market analysts. Established and emerging battery manufacturers will reveal how they are evolving to meet this demand, whilst suppliers will describe how they are adapting to provide ever enhanced materials and machinery.
With the largest "free to attend" advanced battery exhibition in America, The Battery Show provides an unprecedented opportunity to see the entire advanced battery supply chain under one roof, right up to the end product, and even the latest EV's that will directly benefit, making The Battery Show the industry "must attend" event.

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