Battery Cells & Systems Expo is an international showcase of manufacturers, users and the entire supply chain working to increase battery performance, cost and safety. The show will bring together automotive OEM’s, electric utilities, battery cell manufacturers, system manufacturers and integrators along with the entire manufacturing supply chain.
On day 2, 12:00 pm, Ben Lincoln, partner and patent attorney at Potter Clarkson, will be joining the “Going Further and Faster in Battery Innovation with New Regulatory Frameworks” panel to discuss the need for credible regulatory frameworks to encourage innovation, attract investment and reduce carbon footprint in the UK’s EV and battery industry.
Ben, Alice Mortiboy and Gabriel Llanos Subijana will be available at stand 17-319 throughout the conference to discuss any IP-related queries, including how to maximise IP protection for battery-related innovations and brands and how to develop IP strategies to attract investment.
The show will be co-located with the Advanced Materials Show, Ceramics UK and Vehicle Electrification Expo.
Register for the event here.