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International EV Batteries 2018: Cost Effective Engineering for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

2018-11-06 9am 2018-11-075pm Europe/London

Industry and government across the world are laying the foundation of an electric future, with engineers facing challenges across the sector. International EV Batteries 2018 brings you cutting-edge technical updates from leading OEMs, international researchers and regulators.  (NB LowCVP members can register at IMechE member rates.)

Industry and government across the world are laying the foundation of an electric future, with engineers facing challenges across the sector. International EV Batteries 2018 brings you cutting-edge technical updates from leading OEMs, international researchers and regulators.  (NB LowCVP members can register at IMechE member rates.)

Industry and government across the world are laying the foundation of an electric future, with engineers facing challenges across the sector. International EV Batteries 2018 brings you cutting-edge technical updates from leading OEMs, international researchers and regulators. (NB LowCVP members can register at IMechE member rates.)

Benefit from this unique opportunity to hear from mechanical engineers on how they are cost-effectively increasing  vehicle range, enhancing performance and improving battery durability. Hear about the latest developments in charging technologies, materials, thermal management and battery management systems.

To see the 2017 event delegate list click here.

Twickenham Stadium
Date:  06 Nov 2018 - 07 Nov 2018
Time:  9am-5pm
Website:  events.imeche.org/ViewEvent?code=CMP6622
Contact:  T: +44 (0)207 973 1251 E: eventenquiries@imeche.org
Location:   Twickenham Stadium
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London





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Industry and government across the world are laying the foundation of an electric future, with engineers facing challenges across the sector. International EV Batteries 2018 brings you cutting-edge technical updates from leading OEMs, international researchers and regulators. (NB LowCVP members can register at IMechE member rates.)

Benefit from this unique opportunity to hear from mechanical engineers on how they are cost-effectively increasing  vehicle range, enhancing performance and improving battery durability. Hear about the latest developments in charging technologies, materials, thermal management and battery management systems.

To see the 2017 event delegate list click here.







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