EEN Matchmaking Event at the 30th International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS30) and BATTERY+STORAGE and f-cell
2017-10-09 - 2017-10-11
The Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition is one of the major regular get-togethers for experts and entrepreneurs of the electric mobility sector. The 30th edition of the symposium (EVS30) in Stuttgart marks a highlight in EVS history: for the first time the renowned symposium is presented together with the f-cell and BATTERY+STORAGE trade fairs. On the part of the RespiceSME consortium the French partner Optic Valley will give a lecture on “The autonomous and connected vehicle: photonic technologies are paving the future of intelligent mobility" at the symposium.
A unique opportunity to meet and match with stakeholders of the electric mobility and sustainable energy industry will be the Matchmaking Event, organized by the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), in cooperation with the State Agency for Electric Mobility and Fuel Cell Technology Baden-Wuerttemberg, e-mobil BW, Steinbeis 2i GmbH and other partners.
The Matchmaking Event sessions take place on each conference day, from 9th to 11th October, from 9.00 am – 1.00 pm and 2.00 – 5.00 pm.
Attending this B2B event will give you easy access to key industry drivers and researchers, interested in shaping the sustainable energy and transport economy of tomorrow.
Why to participate?
- Showcase your most favourable projects, products or know-how
- Initiate cross-border contacts and co-operations
- Find new commercial/technological/research partners
- Get latest information on energy and transport related research findings
- Present, discuss and develop new projects
Participation to the Matchmaking Event is free of charge, yet the purchase of a ticket for the trade fair is required. Tickets are available from 15 € upwards.
Registration for the Matchmaking Event is open until 8th October.
Main topics of EVS30/BATTERY+STORAGE/f-cell
- Charging infrastructure
- Electric Vehicles (concepts and components)
- Fuel cells and hydrogen
- Mobility concepts
- Stationary applications
- Smart sector coupling