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The Battery Show Call for Speakers Deadline Extended

Speaker at The Battery Show 2019
Extended deadline of The Battery Show and Electric & Hybrid Technology Conference is Friday, April 10.

In order to provide extra time for businesses and workers adjusting to working remotely due to the COVID-19 virus, The Battery Show (TBS) and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology (EVT) Conference Call for Speakers deadline is extended by one week. The new submission deadline is Friday, April 10, for the September 14-17 event.

Proposals can be submitted through the electronic portal.

We encourage talks that reveal new ways of thinking about and applying battery and E/HV technologies. Real-world examples that show a novel application of technology or illustrate a solution to a technical challenge will be given preference. Of particular interest are emerging electrification markets such as marine, aero, fleet, and off-road.

Track topics include but are not limited to:

  • Advanced Battery Technologies Industry Outlook
  • Advanced Battery Materials
  • Battery Design & Manufacturing
  • Stationary Power
  • E/HV Technologies Industry Outlook
  • Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Components
  • Hybrid Vehicle Design Advancements
  • Charging & Infrastructure Advancements

Sample topic areas for each track can be seen here:

Proposals must be submitted by April 10, 2020, through the electronic portal.

For more information about attending any of the events, please visit:

If you have any questions on the Call for Speakers, please contact Naomi Price, Conference Content Director, at [email protected].

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