In a full program, incorporating all battery chemistries, expert speakers will be covering a wide range of subjects with case studies, workshops and practical sessions on subjects including:

  • Stationary Standby (including DC plants and UPS battery systems)
  • Battery energy storage systems, including commercial/industrial and residential
  • Commercially available technical developments (presented in a non-commercial format at the level of the end-user)
  • Battery installation and maintenance
  • Battery safety (including worker health and safety)
  • Electronics power conversion and control, directly related to the batteries
  • ESS of portable/motive batteries for stationary energy storage applications

Curtis Ashton, Chair of the Battcon technical committee, said: “We’re delighted to offer another packed technical program with leading experts on all relevant areas of stationary storage. The strength of our conference is both the knowledge sharing and technical expertise and partnering with the Consortium for Battery Innovation has strengthened our focus on research and innovation.”

Dr Matt Raiford, CBI Technical Director said: “Data center, telecom or utility industry professionals who are working in mission-critical facilities or are involved in the development of stationary batteries and related equipment will find the Battcon experience is second to none.”

Conference organiser, Diane Schroder, said the exhibition accompanying Battcon will be the biggest yet. She said: “We’re delighted to welcome new exhibitors and sponsors this year, reflecting the growth and interest in stationary battery energy storage. Our conference program and hotel also provide excellent networking opportunities for delegates.”

A limited number of sponsorship opportunities and exhibition stands are still available, to find out more contact the conference team at

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