European Electric Vehicle Batteries Summit

Maximizing battery performance and efficiency while optimizing production costs.

Following the success of its inaugural event, ACI’s European Electric Vehicle Batteries Summit will be taking place in Berlin, Germany on 19th-20th June 2019.

The discussion this year will be focused around the key issues currently facing the electric vehicle batteries market, such as scaling up the industry over the coming years and the challenges this presents, the roadblocks along the supply chain and the technology needed to implement the solutions.

The two day event will bring together industry leaders from major car manufacturers, OEM’s & battery producers sharing their knowledge and experience with the latest technology developments.

Also joining the summit will be policy makers from regulatory bodies, NGO’s, market & energy consultants, and providers of key solutions such as components, materials and charging infrastructure. Don’t miss out on this excellent networking opportunity.


  • An Overview of EV Battery Market Developments
  • Scaling Up the European Market to Adapt to Environmental Regulatory Pressure
  • Developing Solutions to Tackle Range Anxiety
  • New Material Technologies Overcoming Key Design Limitations
  • Exploring Alternatives to Cobalt in EV Batteries
  • Enhancing EV Battery Architecture to Optimise Charging Capabilities
  • Maximising Performance & Safety with Effective Battery Control
  • Assessing the Viability of Second-Life Batteries as Energy Storage Devices
  • Considering Vehicle to Grid Applications to Establish Sustainable Charging
  • Achieving Total Cost of Ownership that is Comparable to Petrol & Diesel
  • Encouraging the Consumer to Adopt Sustainable Driving Habits
  • Solving Charge Time Limitations with Wireless & Conductive Hands Free
Mohammad Ahsan
Marketing, Sales & Media Partnerships
mahsan at acieu net
+44 (0) 203 141 0606
2019-06-18 09:00 2019-06-18 18:00 Europe/Bucharest European Electric Vehicle Batteries Summit

Maximising battery performance and efficiency while optimising production costs