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10 Can't-Miss Battery Show Conference Sessions

The Battery Show North America has the greatest concentration of knowledge and experience in the industry. These 10 keynotes and panel discussions are the ones we're most looking forward to hearing.

Michael C. Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, Battery Technology

September 7, 2023

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The need for knowledge, insight, and wisdom in the battery industry is crucial at this exciting but precarious time in the industry. While electrification charges forward here and internationally, challenges in materials supply, safety, manufacturing & production, global competition, infrastructure, and making our batteries better confront us. 

The Battery Show North America, taking place September 12 - 14 in Novi, MI, includes a carefully curated conference with four immersive tracks. These tracks cover cutting-edge topics in advanced battery design, the latest technological advancements, developments in battery manufacturing, and up-to-the-minute, insightful forecasts concerning market supply chains and regulatory perspectives. This three-day educational event serves as a gathering point for battery and electric vehicle (EV)/hybrid EV (HEV) manufacturers, as well as industry experts, thought leaders, and academics. It provides a platform for discussing and addressing the manufacturing, supply chain, and production challenges faced by attendees.

Of the more than 200 speakers and over 72 hours of presentations coming to Novi, these are the ones your Battery Technology editors are most excited to hear and learn from. 

About the Author(s)

Michael C. Anderson

Editor-in-Chief, Battery Technology, Informa Markets - Engineering

Battery Technology Editor-in-Chief Michael C. Anderson has been covering manufacturing and transportation technology developments for more than a quarter-century, with editor roles at Manufacturing Engineering, Cutting Tool Engineering, Automotive Design & Production, and Smart Manufacturing. Before all of that, he taught English and literature at colleges in Japan and Michigan.

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