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The Automobile – The Transition from Energy Guzzler to Power Supplier

Haus der Technik Technical Conference: Advanced Battery Technologies for Automobiles and Their Electric Power Grid Integration

Innovative automobile batteries are getting ready to leave the research labs to become components of modern vehicles. Electro-mobility brings about challenges for electric power grid regulation, and also offers the opportunity of utilizing millions of traction batteries as a buffer for the stabilization of the grid, especially for the increasing share of renewable and fluctuating power generators as well.

Following on from the successes of the events Advanced Battery Technologies for Automobiles and Their Electric Power Grid Integration and the internationally recognised Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) Haus der Technik and Advanced Automotive Batteries are pleased to announce a week-long programme of events, from 1-5 February 2010, Mainz Congress Centrum, on the theme of storage battery in automotives and their integration in the power grid. The programme consists of a national and an international conference as well as seminars, tutorials and a symposium.

The programme will provide you a comprehensive insight into the state of the art and current developments in the area of batteries for electric mobility.

For the second time in the German-speaking region, this conference offers a forum to the developers of batteries, battery material, energy management and storage system solutions. An additional emphasis is also placed on networking these activities with the electric utilities. This symposium will present and document the state-of-the-art in all fields found in the value-added chain, and at the same time, facilitate communication between industries and economic areas not interacting at this time. Renowned international scientists and engineers will be attending the conference in Mainz, to discuss the technical innovation and visionary possibilities of utilizating this novel battery concept in vehicles and other applications.

For more information, please contact Haus der Technik – Ms. Sabine Gebauer
++49 (0) 201/1803-344 Fax ++49 (0) 201/1803-346, or at

Bernd Hömberg | Haus der Technik e.V.
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