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Challenges in battery development and production - where does Slovenia stand?

 

Roundtable title: Challenges in battery development and production - where does Slovenia stand?

When & Where: Friday, June 6, 2022, 10 a.m.

Abstract:

Climate change dictates the use of renewable energy sources and thus the electrification of various sectors - from mobility to robotics, the Internet of Things, healthcare and many others. Energy demand is growing in all these sectors. In this way, various ways of generating and storing electricity are being developed and established, and batteries play an extremely important role in this.

In Europe, the production of batteries is being established relatively quickly, and there is also a need for many adaptations and applications in various fields. For example, many important European companies are already investing heavily in the entire value chain required for battery production, there is a need to adapt education systems, and so on.

In the discussion, we will focus on the European trends in this area, as well as Slovenia's efforts to participate intensively in these development guidelines.

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The discussion with the guests will be moderated by Borut Hočevar, Finance.

*The event will be held in Slovenian and partly in English.

 

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