Join us at the leading international forum where automakers and energy-storage system developers discuss the recent progress in advanced battery technology and its implementation in automotive, stationary, and industrial applications.
The 2015 Advanced Automotive & Industrial / Stationary Battery Conference will offer four symposia, including its new sessions on battery engineering and a new symposium on the emerging market for advanced batteries in industrial and stationary applications. AABC’s Li-Ion symposium also features new sessions, with battery program managers from government agencies and national labs providing overviews of their R&D.
An OEM battery pavilion in the exhibit hall will display mockups of the latest xEV batteries, an event unique to AABC and a first in the industry! The lively networking events in AABC’s exhibit hall bring together all three tiers of the energy-storage industry supply chain.
AABC is THE international forum where automakers and energy-storage system developers discuss the recent progress in advanced battery technology and its implementation in automotive, stationary, and industrial applications.
Just some of the presenting organizations include:
- Argonne National Laboratory
- BMW Group
- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
- Ford Motor Company
- General Motors
- Hitachi Chemical Co.
- Honda R&D
- Hyundai Motor Company
- Idaho National Laboratory
- Johnson Controls, Inc.
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Maxwell Technologies
- National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- Nissan North America / US4R
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- Robert Bosch GmbH
- Samsung SDI
- Sandia National Laboratories
- ThermoFisher Scientific
- Toyota Motor Corporation
- Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing, N.A.
- U.S. Army Research Laboratory
- U.S. Department of Energy
Three dedicated poster sessions will give participants the opportunity to present their latest R&D findings to this exclusive group of technical and business development executives from major international cell and battery manufactures, automotive firms, utility and industrial battery system integrators and buyers, and materials developers and producers.