Vehicle Electrification Expo, a major exhibition and conference for the electric vehicle (EV) industry is launching on the 8th – 9th July 2020 at the NAEC Stoneleigh, Warwickshire UK. This hugely anticipated show enables automotive manufacturers to look at the latest powertrain solutions to improve the performance, efficiency, safety and sustainability of vehicles including light electric vehicles, passenger cars, commercial vehicles, buses and off-highway industrial vehicles.
Bringing together the entire supply chain involved in electric and hybrid vehicle development, Vehicle Electrification Expo will showcase the very latest technologies for this rapidly growing market. The show is located within minutes of the brand new UK Battery Industrialisation Centre (UKBIC) opening in Spring 2020 and equally close to major centres of R&D and manufacturing for organisations such as Jaguar Land Rover, London Electric Vehicle Company, WMG, Aston Martin Lagonda and many more.
Vehicle Electrification Expo and Conference will be spread over two action-packed days and benefits from the rapid growth in the manufacturing of electric and hybrid vehicles in the UK. The show will demonstrate the latest in battery management solutions aiding EV range and longevity, motors, cabling, test equipment and services alongside manufacturing and automation equipment.
An advisory panel of the experts in the electric vehicle industry has been established to shape this exciting event and features global thought-leaders from organisations including Advanced Propulsion Centre, WMG, CATL Battery, Clarios (formerly Johnson Controls Power Solutions), Lithium Werks and American Battery Solutions.
Featuring a global list of exhibitors and speakers from the world of vehicle manufacturing, this show will also be co-located with The Advanced Materials Show, Europe’s leading exhibition for advanced material development, and the hugely anticipated Battery Cells & Systems Expo.
Steve Bryan, Managing Director of Event Partners, the organisers of Vehicle Electrification Expo says “The UK automotive sector is undergoing a drastic shift towards electrification, driven by huge investments from both the private sector and government. On the back of this, new supply chains are forming and innovative suppliers that can help to increase performance and safety as well as reducing costs are in high demand. Vehicle Electrification Expo will be a unique opportunity for the world’s most innovative suppliers to come together and access the UK market”.
For exhibition enquiries and to stay up to date on all the latest news about Vehicle Electrification Expo please visit https://www.ve-expo.com