After an absence of two years, the annual EUROBAT Forum event has moved back to an “in person” where more than 100 key stakeholders, including senior executives from the battery industry, policy-makers, NGO representatives and other stakeholders will gather for two days.
The European battery industry finds itself today at a critical crossroads.
Key EU legislative files are currently being debated, including the European Commission’s proposal for a Batteries Regulation. At the same time, there are other Green Deal policies on the table, such as the Waste Shipment Regulation and the Industrial Emissions Directive, among others.
These files will drive our industry in terms of energy efficiency, sustainability and decarbonisation, while we develop further the industrial eco-system of automotive and industrial batteries in Europe.
These developments also come at a time when Europe and the European industry have to deal with the impact of the Russian war against Ukraine. Will this have an impact on the roll-out of the Green Deal? What will it mean for energy security in the EU? Could it jeopardise the supply of battery raw materials?
These and other questions will be answered in Brussels on 24 June during a three expert sessions on State of the Industry, Sustainability and Raw Materials and Innovation.
EUROBAT is also pleased to present a strong line-up of speakers from high level organisations, including the European Commission (DG Energy, DG Grow and DG RTD), battery market analysts, and industry association representatives.Event Info