Learn How The E/HV Industry is Transforming from Top Industry Leaders
This unmatched conference program brings you the latest trends, advances and innovations in the electric and hybrid vehicle industry. Learn about global E/HV growth potential, new charging technology and powertrain advances from experts at Siemens, CBRE, MIT and more. This special three-show event offers immersive education tracks for both E/HV and Battery Conferences, and free presentations about critical power at the Expo.
Key Conference Themes
Held one day before the expo and conference kick off, these intensive 3-hour workshop sessions encourage attendees to explore topics with greater depth and breadth, offering a more detailed and interactive learning experience on battery, E/HV, critical power, and beyond.
Plenary Panel Discussions
These expert panel discussions will provide an analysis of broad industry trends from a variety of angles. The carefully curated topics will speak to interests of both battery and electric and hybrid vehicle professionals and offer an opening discussion that sets the mood for the technical discussions to follow.
Technical discussions are 20-minute solo sessions explaining new technologies and their implications. Individual technical discussions are grouped by topic within either the battery or electric/hybrid vehicle tracks. Following a grouping of technical discussions, speakers will gather for a panel discussion to answer attendee questions.
Forum presentations are held in the Open Tech Forum on the expo floor and will provide 30-minute presentations and educational sessions that are open to all event attendees. These interactive sessions will include different activities such as teardowns, demos, and discussions of applications or trends.
Bonus! Access Hours of Networking & Expo Events
The insights don't stop at the conference. Your pass also gives you free rein at the expo, including expert-led educational sessions, networking events, access to 600 top-tier suppliers, and more.
Monday, September 10
9:30 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday-Wednesday, September 11 & 12
8:30 a.m. — 5:15 p.m.
Thursday, September 13
8:30 a.m. — 3:30 p.m.