Clean Batteries - EU Battery Regulation 2023 - What Does it Mean for the Industry?

Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Time
02:30 pm - 04:00 pm
Hall
ICM München
Room
Room 4

The transition to a clean and CO2-neutral energy supply requires the use of components that meet these requirements. The CO2 footprint and environmental impact of battery production must be reduced to acceptable levels. With the new EU Battery Regulation, a comprehensive set of requirements has recently been published, that will have a major impact on the battery industry.

  • What are the implications of the new EU Battery Regulation?
  • By when must each requirement be implemented?
  • What are the critical points of this regulation?

02:30 pm - 02:40 pmWelcome & Introduction: The New Battery Regulation - Main Aspects, First Deadlines, Roles and Responsibilities

Gunther Kellermann

Managing Director

ZVEI - German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturer Association

02:40 pm - 02:55 pmBattery Pass Project

Tilmann Vahle

Director, Sustainable Mobility and Batteries

Systemiq GmbH

02:55 pm - 03:00 pmQ&A

03:00 pm - 03:15 pmFurther Speaker to be Announced

03:15 pm - 03:20 pmQ&A

03:20 pm - 03:35 pmFurther Speaker to be Announced

03:35 pm - 03:40 pmQ&A

03:40 pm - 03:55 pmRe-use, Re-manufacturing - the Second Life of Batteries

Dr. Nam Truong

CEO

STABL Energy GmbH

03:55 pm - 04:00 pmQ&A

Speakers
Speaker
Tilmann Vahle, Systemiq GmbH

Director, Sustainable Mobility and Batteries

Germany

Tilmann is Director for Sustainable Mobility and Batteries at Systemiq, a globally operating consultancy and think tank whose 400 colleagues are dedicated entirely to high ambition environmental sustainability action. Having studied and worked in clean mobility topics for over a decade, Tilmann led the Circular Economy Initiative's batteries work stream, founded the Battery Pass consortium and has published extensively on responsible battery value chains from mining through recycling. He previously held positions at EY sustainability and Volkswagen Corporate Foresight.

Speaker
Gunther Kellermann, ZVEI - German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturer Association

Managing Director

Germany

Gunther Kellermann has been Managing Director of the Section Batteries at the ZVEI (Electro and Digital Industry Association) since February 2024. He represents the battery industry in Germany vis-à-vis politicians and authorities. Prior to that, he was responsible for various topics in the field of environmental regulation and substance policy in the ZVEI for 4 years. Before joining the ZVEI, Mr. Kellermann worked for several years in the field of political advocacy at BASF and the VCI (Federation of the German Chemical Industry). Mr. Kellermann studied in Freiburg and graduated with a degree in economics.

Speaker
Dr. Nam Truong, STABL Energy GmbH

CEO

Germany

Nam Truong is co-founder and co-CEO of STABL Energy. STABL Energy develops technology for more efficient and safer battery storage systems. The technology also enables the easy reuse of electric vehicle batteries. As Co-CEO, he is responsible for developing the company and building partnerships with other companies in the energy storage industry. Until the founding of STABL Energy in 2019, Nam successfully pursued his Ph.D. on stationary battery storage at the Technical University of Munich. During this time as a scientist, he had also been responsible for the overall project management of a research project with three industrial partners and 13 institutes with funding of €28.8 million. Before that, he was involved in the Munich-based student consultancy Academy Consult alongside his studies, where he carried out a wide range of projects.

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