This month Autotech Council and Cleantech Council invite non-members to join their Innovation Review on Battery Tech. In this joint meeting, we'll uncover the big near-term changes in energy storage from large scale energy storage to small scale IoT batteries. We’ll discuss the advances in stationary batteries, from home-sized to grid-scale. Get set to meet the companies creating innovative chemistries, manufacturing, products, and technologies that will support the renewable energy revolution.
Autotech Council members representing carmakers and their T1 vendor partners meet monthly in Silicon Valley to review new technologies and a handful of mobility, transportation, and automotive companies and solutions coming out of the technology industry's entrepreneurial community across the globe.
Battery technology is pivotal for almost every industry. From powering the smallest IoT device, to enabling mass adoption of EVs, through to effective storage of renewable energy, enterprises and consumers allike are looking for better, reliable options and hopefully ones that increase energy efficiency, enhance grid reliability and reduce carbon emissions.
During the Autotech Council's meeting on Battery Tech, we will delve into the opportunities, share case studies, and offer insights into how we improve longevity, cost, size, safety, and chargeability of the humble, and not so humble, battery.
Our Call for Speakers is open until March 4th. We encourage market leaders, topic experts and startups innovating in this segment to apply for a spot on this agenda here.
Regular participants to Autotech Council meetings include tech scouts, innovation strategy, partnership executives and corporate development delegates from: