Following a successful return for International EV Batteries 2021 as an in-person event, the next edition is confirmed for 8-9 November 2022 in a new location: The Silverstone Wing.
Attend the International EV Batteries 2022 conference to hear the latest developments in battery design, testing, thermal management, charging and integration right across the lifecycle for a more resilient and cost-effective battery.
Join us at this face-to-face event to network with a variety of experts within the battery industry from pioneering battery and vehicle manufacturers to testing and safety specialists. Hear case studies from applications in heavy duty, passenger cars, railway and aerospace to see how a variety of sectors are overcoming the challenges in electric vehicle development.
Discount for automotive/aerospace/railway end users & manufacturers, tier 1 suppliers, cell & battery manufacturers and battery test centres
Save a further 20% on a single delegate place or 40% per place on a group of three (or more) delegates - offer ends on 16 September 2022.
Contact the IMechE Event Enquiries team on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and assistance with your booking.
Attendees from previous conferences included representatives from:
|3M United Kingdom plc
Advanced Forming Research Centre
Advanced Propulsion Systems
AGM Batteries Ltd
Angel Trains Ltd
Anglo EV Ltd
Aston Martin Lagonda Limited
AVL Powertrain UK Ltd
British Photovoltaic Association
Goodman Wolfe Consulting Ltd
Heliex Power Ltd
Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd
IDBC Standard Bank Plc
Imperial College London
International EV Industry Infrastructure Group (IEVIIG)
Jaguar Land Rover
Lockheed Martin UK
Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
MAHLE Powertrain Ltd
Metro Shipping Ltd
Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Nifco UK Ltd
Nissan Motors Manufacturing UK
Office for Low Emission Vehicles
Performance Projects Ltd
Reaction Engines Limited
Renault Sport Racing
Ricardo UK Ltd
RK Capital Management LLP
Samsung SDI Europe
TWS Technology Ltd
University of Brighton
University of Cambridge
University of Exeter
University of Sheffield
University of Warwick
VDL Industrial Modules
Vehicle Certification Agency
Williams Advanced Engineering
Wire and Tube Technology
Delegate feedback from previous conferences:
"Excellent event to keep up to speed with developments in the industry. There are many battery events around but this stands out being run by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers with the high quality of the content and attendees from across the automotive industry"
Global Electrification Services Leader, HORIBA MIRA
"A highly informative and well organised two days that helped to bring together different subject matters to help broaden the engineering considerations with battery technologies"
Senior Principal Development Engineer, MAHLE Powertrain
"The event was extremely informative with up to date ideas and developments from a range of different companies with both complementary and contrasting viewpoints on the future direction of the industry. It has been reassuring to see the commonalities in the challenges facing those working in EV battery-related product development"
Development Engineer, Constellium
"The event was a good oppurtunity to understand the varying challenges that other market segments have and to see what solutions they have developed"
Mechanical Engineer, EC-OG
"Good variety of speakers from industry and academia providing an insight into the latest technologies that we will see on the road in the future"
Design Engineer, Supacat
"Innovative and technical, the International EV Batteries conference allows for the pressing technical discussions to have their own forum"
Senior Development Engineer, Reaction Engines Ltd
"A great technical event - very well attended from OEMs, suppliers and academia. Definitely one I will attend next year"
Global Technical Expert - Thermal Systems, Ricardo
"This event was a great mix of overview and technical detail, with a good opportunity to network with industry experts"
Director - Battery Systems, Cummins
"Overall great event with involvement of some key automotive companies and academic institutions"
Lead Research Engineer, Aston Martin Lagonda
"Very good event with excellent technical presentations and great opportunities for networking"
Project Leader, TWI
"An excellent event covering a wide variety of issues associated with EV battery systems"
Managing Director, SCE Ltd
"Excellent opportunity to network with key UK-EU players in the EV industry"
EMEA Technical Sales Executive, Johnson Matthey
"Excellent event for understanding the impact of EV batteries on the industry"
Market Director, Solvay
"The conference had a good selection of representatives from the automotive industry and many industry issues were discussed"
PhD Student, Imperial College London
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Covid-19 guidance for attendees:
We continue to operate all of our events in accordance with the most up to date UK Government advice on Covid-19.
From 24 February 2022 the Government removed the last domestic restrictions associated with Covid-19 in England. People are no longer required to self-isolate even if they test positive for Covid-19. The UK Government has published its plan for living with Covid-19 on the basis that although the virus is still in circulation, a return to pre-pandemic life is now possible. It is therefore down to individuals to assess the risk of returning to ‘normal’ activities such as social mixing and attending events.
However, it is important to us that we continue to protect each other and to support this we request:
- That you do not attend IMechE events if you feel unwell, particularly if you have respiratory or gastrointestinal symptoms
- That you do not attend IMechE events if you have tested positive or suspect that you may have Covid-19
- That you continue to maintain good respiratory and hand hygiene i.e. covering your mouth and nose if you feel the need to cough or sneeze, washing and/or sanitising hands regularly