The UK’s leading advanced technology and innovation show returns to the NEC in 2024.

Vehicle Electrification Expo will take place at the NEC Birmingham, Birmingham from 15th & 16th May 2024.

The show will bring together the entire supply chain involved in electric and hybrid vehicle manufacture and development showcasing the very latest technologies for this rapidly growing market.

Co-located with Battery Cells and Systems Expo, The Advanced Materials Show, and The Advanced Ceramics Show we will welcome 300+ exhibitors and 4,000 visitors in May 2024.








Spread over two action-packed days, Vehicle Electrification Expo will offer an unrivalled insight into current and future materials, with experts from all sides of the industry in attendance. This free-to-attend exhibition and world-class conference is dedicated to the development and application of high-performance EV’s.

  • Over 300+ exhibitors and 4,000 attendees and 100+ speakers, including project managers, design engineers, buyers, materials scientists and senior executives.
  • Multi-track conference
  • Co-located with The Advanced Ceramics ShowBattery Cells and Systems Expo and Vehicle Electrification Show.
  • Modern battery and Electric Vehicle innovation across industries including space/aerospace, automotive, energy, renewables, medical, electronics, construction and defence.
  • Materials on display will include the latest innovations.
  • An advisory panel featuring leading names from key organisations.

View our full floorplan!

The show will benefit from the rapid growth in the manufacturing of electric & hybrid vehicles in the UK along with the significant investments being made in domestic battery manufacture and research. Featuring a global list of exhibitors and speakers, the entire world of battery and EV manufacturing and integration will gather at the centre of UK manufacturing, Birmingham.

Business Activities

  • Vehicle Manufacturers
  • Component Suppliers
  • Renewable Energy
  • Battery Cell Manufacturer
  • Engineering/Powertrain Engineering
  • Research and Development
  • Magnetics
  • Connectors/Cables
  • Power Management
  • Manufacturing Equipment

Job Functions

  • Engineering
  • Business Development
  • Research and Development
  • Technical Director
  • Purchasing
  • Academic
  • Managing Director
  • CEO
  • President
  • CTO