Varta Partecipates at The Future Battery Forum

Which direction is battery technology heading? Top representatives of the industry will discuss this and other questions at the Future Battery Forum from 10th to 11th December. Founding partners of the event, which takes place for the first time this year, are Varta, Wacker Neuson Group, and Akasol. The platform brings together key industry players, aims to promote international exchange and to answer the most pressing questions about the future. Varta will be represented in the program with two keynote speakers.

Due to Corona, the premiere of the Future Battery Forum, “Battery Technologies 2025: Paths to Transformation“, will be held digitally. The management conference brings together the most important representatives of the battery technology value chain – from manufacturers to suppliers and users. It is intended to promote international, cross-sector exchange, generate new ideas, create synergies, and provide a platform for the discourse on the opportunities and challenges of the future. Already 1000 participants have registered for the event in December.

Rainer Hald, Chief Technology Officer Varta: Battery as a Strategic Component for the Future of Europe

With his lecture, Rainer Hald will look at the strategic component of the battery and its increasingly influential role in the technological future of Europe. Hald has been with Varta for 20 years. Under his leadership, the energy density and production of lithium-ion cells for wearables was significantly increased and expanded.

Gordon Clements, General Manager Solutions Varta: Quo Vadis? Technology and Market Outlook for Cell & Battery System Manufacturing in Europe

With his keynote, Gordon Clements gives an outlook for market and technology developments at European cell and battery system manufacturers. He shows how Varta intends to produce tailor-made energy solutions for a wide range of different device manufacturers in the future. Clements came to Varta in 2002 and serves as General Manager for Varta’s Solutions & Storage division.

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