14 June 2021

The event focused on the relevant calls of the Work Programme 2021-2022 for ‘Climate, Energy and Mobility, aiming to nurture a world-class European research and innovation eco-system on batteries along the value chain based on sustainable pathways, including also improvements of technological performance to increase, amongst others, application user attractiveness in terms of safety, cost, user convenience, fast charging and environmental footprint etc., while also in parallel supporting the creation of a competitive, circular, and sustainable European battery manufacturing value chain.

The sessions were structured in such a way to help participants grasp the fundamental concepts and offered an enhanced opportunity to shed light on practical aspects, helping them winning from the experience and extensive know-how of the experts. The content was enriched with presentations, training notes, curated literature from the EU, and useful templates.

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