International EV Batteries 2017


21 Nov 2017

International EV Batteries 2017

Date: 21 Nov 2017 – 22 Nov 2017
Organiser: Institute of Mechanical Engineers

Following announcements that both industry and government are preparing for an electric future, International EV Batteries 2017 brings you cutting-edge technical updates from OEMs, researchers and regulators. Benefit from this unique opportunity to hear from mechanical engineers on how they are cost-effectively increasing range, enhancing performance and improving durability of electric and hybrid vehicles.


Attend this conference to:

  • Hear from OEMs including Mitsubishi, Nissan, Audi and Jaguar Land Rover and Williams Advanced Engineering
  • Understand the latest developments in battery design, development and integration in electric and hybrid vehicles
  • Remain compliant in lithium ion battery safety with an update from the European Commission
  • Gain insight into government strategies from the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV)


Key speakers include:

  • Bob Moran, Deputy Head, Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV)
  • Vanesa Ruiz, Programme Officer - Scientific Research, European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) – Directorate for Energy Transport & Climate
  • Marco Thömmes, Head of Development Functions/Electronic Modules HV-Battery Storage Systems, Audi AG
  • Daniel Gribben, Senior Engineer, Nissan Motors Manufacturing UK
  • Uwe Likar, Senior Manager, Advanced Engineering Planning, Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe


To view the full speaker line-up and complete conference programme, visit


BPVA members can register for this event at the same rate as IMechE members. Simply, select ‘Member, Supporting organisation’ when booking online.

Alternatively, contact the team on +44 (0)20 7973 1251 or email

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