The latest in British EV battery design and technology showcased at The Battery Show Europe, Stuttgart

UK Pavilion to host a dynamic group of UK SMEs seeking to build partnerships and grow business in mainland Europe

The UK Pavilion is returning to The Battery Show Europe, Stuttgart, 23-25 May, to highlight the latest in government-backed advanced automotive battery technology. The UK Pavilion will host 17 SMEs, who’ll bring exciting new battery technologies and manufacturing techniques, representing the very best of UK clean automotive innovation. 

2023 marks 10 years of the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC). In its anniversary year a record number of SMEs will be participating in the UK Pavilion at The Battery Show, Stuttgart, highlighting the breadth and depth of innovation made possible by Government support. Among the companies exhibiting will be About Energy, UKBIC and Ionetic who’ll be showcasing their advanced technologies for lowering the cost and increasing the performance of EV batteries.  

Avocet Battery Materials, Cambridge Vacuum Engineering, and TeraView will be highlighting their progressive manufacturing solutions that will reduce costs and time to market for battery and motor manufacturers. Additionally, Breathe Technology and Brill Power will highlight how their technology can improve battery life and charging times. 

Philippa Oldham, Stakeholder Engagement Director at APC, commented,

“The significant increase in companies participating in the UK Pavilion this year demonstrates that the UK innovation ecosystem is thriving, helping us maintain a competitive position in clean and EV technology development. Through participation in The Battery Show Europe, UK Pavilion exhibitors are keen to foster partnerships whilst encouraging investment and collaborative innovation with organisations in Germany, Western Europe and the wider world. We look forward to supporting them in their efforts.” 

The businesses highlighting their technologies on the UK Pavilion are: 

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