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International EV Batteries 2020: Cost-Effective Engineering for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

2020-11-11 10.00am 2020-11-124.15pm (times vary) Europe/London

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ International EV Batteries 2020 conference will address the latest engineering design processes and best practice in battery application for a more resilient and cost-effective battery. Explore the challenges they encounter across the lifecycle of the battery from its initial design and manufacture to the end of life process. Not only will you hear from the end users but also the wider supply chain to ensure your organisation improves battery performance and durability. 

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ International EV Batteries 2020 conference will address the latest engineering design processes and best practice in battery application for a more resilient and cost-effective battery. Explore the challenges they encounter across the lifecycle of the battery from its initial design and manufacture to the end of life process. Not only will you hear from the end users but also the wider supply chain to ensure your organisation improves battery performance and durability. 

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ International EV Batteries 2020 conference will address the latest engineering design processes and best practice in battery application for a more resilient and cost-effective battery. Explore the challenges they encounter across the lifecycle of the battery from its initial design and manufacture to the end of life process. Not only will you hear from the end users but also the wider supply chain to ensure your organisation improves battery performance and durability. 

Discuss the best methods to manage battery use and application with representatives from OEMs, battery manufacturers, battery management systems providers and academic institutions. 

For more information, visit www.imeche.org/evbatteries

Note: LowCVP members can book onto this event at the same rate as members of the IMechE. Simply, select ‘Member, Supporting Organisation’ when registering online. Alternatively, contact IMechE's event enquiries team on +44 (0) 20 7973 1251 or email eventenquiries@imeche.org

Live online conference
Date:  11 Nov 2020 - 12 Nov 2020
Time:  10.00am-4.15pm (times vary)
Website:  www.imeche.org/evbatteries
Contact:  eventenquiries@imeche.org
Location:   Live online conference
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The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ International EV Batteries 2020 conference will address the latest engineering design processes and best practice in battery application for a more resilient and cost-effective battery. Explore the challenges they encounter across the lifecycle of the battery from its initial design and manufacture to the end of life process. Not only will you hear from the end users but also the wider supply chain to ensure your organisation improves battery performance and durability. 

Discuss the best methods to manage battery use and application with representatives from OEMs, battery manufacturers, battery management systems providers and academic institutions. 

For more information, visit www.imeche.org/evbatteries

Note: LowCVP members can book onto this event at the same rate as members of the IMechE. Simply, select ‘Member, Supporting Organisation’ when registering online. Alternatively, contact IMechE's event enquiries team on +44 (0) 20 7973 1251 or email eventenquiries@imeche.org







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