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Our primary priority is the health and safety of our customers. As a part of a Managed Postponement Program to respond to this unprecedented situation, The Battery Show Europe and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe is being rescheduled to October 15-17, 2020.
Since the news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak surfaced, we have been monitoring the situation and at this moment in time, feel our proactive decision to reschedule is in the best interest of the industry and our customers. We are committed to running the conference and exhibition in 2020 and are currently working with the Messe Stuttgart venue and are constantly monitoring communications from local, state, and federal agencies to proceed with the event in a safe manner.
This is not a decision we made lightly and is largely driven by the gravity of the situation and recent confirmed cases in the European region, Germany specifically. Thus, we stand behind our decision in order to assure the safety of our exhibitors, speakers, visitors, and staff, as well as the surrounding community.
We will continue to post updates on our website as soon as they become available. For more information, please visit our COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions page.
Thank you for your understanding and support, we look forward to seeing you in Stuttgart in October.
When Carl Benz unveiled the Benz Patent-Motorwagen in 1886 at the Ringstrasse in Mannheim, he transformed transportation forever.
Today, the transformation continues in Germany with the goal of “one million electric vehicles on the road by 2020” as part of the National Electromobility Development Plan.
So, it's fitting that engineers and automakers return annually to the region of the car’s beginning to look to the future of automobiles.
Be part of the auto electrification transformation at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo in Stuttgart.
The Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo draws manufacturers, engineers, and purchasers together each year. But because of the range of opportunities, everyone looking to keep up with consumer demand and market growth driven by policy mandates will find value and benefits from attending.
From fast-charging infrastructure evolution to optimizing next-generation 48V systems, the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo conference tackles the H/EV industry's most important issues. Each expert-led session of the three-track conference will deliver insight into key business and technical challenges. Look closely at commercial opportunities currently facing automotive OEMs and their suppliers and learn how to position your business to make the most of Germany's National Electromobility Development Plan.
The trade fair hosts more than 500 suppliers from around the world. Instead of depending on catalogues and pamphlets, get an up-close look at electrical powertrains, materials, and equipment across the entire H/EV and battery supply chain. Meet manufacturers and service providers, and source the latest technology so you can reduce manufacturing costs and ensure optimum efficiency and performance of H/EV applications.
From foundational to applicational, learn about these products, systems, and services at the conference, then source suppliers at the trade fair:
"A good glance about what the future should look like and a very solid baseline on what's next in terms of technology implementations around EV."
Dr. Andrea Dolfi, Global Technology Manager Engine Fluids & Motorsport, Petronas Lubricants Italy S.p.A.