Join us on October 6–8, 2021 in Munich and meet the experts for battery production solutions in our special battery production technologies area in hall B6!
The European battery market is booming. Production capacities for lithium-ion batteries are growing faster in Europe than in any other region of the world. Current forecasts predict that the continent’s share in this global manufacturing business will increase from around 6 percent now to 16–25 percent by 2030.
Alongside projects by European manufacturers such as Tesvolt, VARTA and Saft, numerous production plants are also being set up in Europe – particularly in Germany – by businesses from elsewhere such as Tesla and CATL.
According to Bloomberg NEF, the main drivers of this positive development are the falling costs and the simultaneously growing sales, in particular due to electromobility. The expansion of European battery production is also profiting from subsidies offered by the European Commission, which is supporting businesses involved in battery cell research and innovation through its program Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI). The European Investment Bank, too, is investing in battery development on the continent, with around one billion euros paid out in 2020 alone.
Make the most of this growth at ees Europe Restart 2021 in Munich, where you will find the companies who are shaping the future of battery production technologies.
Discover in the exhibitor list all providers of products and services related to the topics of ees Europe and use it to plan your exhibition visit.