Innovation News Network has become a go-to source for the latest news and opinion dedicated to research, policy and innovation topics affecting the transition to green technologies. Covering everything from lithium supply and critical raw materials to emerging battery chemistries and battery production, our expert features keep the sector informed.
IESA was launched in 2012 by Customized Energy Solutions to accelerate the market development for Energy Storage and eMobility technologies in India, through an active dialogue among the various stakeholders. Today, IESA has become the leading body with 120+ member organisations to address the need for a robust energy storage ecosystem in the country.
The Flow Batteries Europe association brings together stakeholders across the entire flow battery value chain with a vision to accelerate the decarbonisation in Europe and globally by increasing the deployment of energy storage and flexibility solutions through flow battery applications.
REVOLVE is a communications group fostering cultures of sustainability. REVOLVE supports numerous sustainability-oriented projects to maximize their impact by leading the communication and dissemination strategy, visual branding, content creation, analytics, event organization, and press relations.
EMIRI – the Energy Materials Industrial Research Initiative – represents about 60 organisations (industry, research, associations) active in Advanced Materials Technologies for clean and sustainable energy & mobility. The association contributes to industrial leadership of developers, producers, and key users of advanced materials by shaping innovation, manufacturing, and energy policy framework at European level.
The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) located in Brussels, Belgium, is the leading member-supported association representing organisations active across the entire energy storage value chain. EASE supports the deployment of energy storage to support the cost-effective transition to a resilient, climate-neutral, and secure energy system.
The Association for Energy Storage AKU-BAT CZ brings together the most important actors active in the field of energy storage in the Czech Republic. The main goal of AKU-BAT is to promote favourable conditions for the development of all types of energy storage and creation of interesting investment opportunities for its members. AKU-BAT combines energy storage with e-mobility, renewable resources, industry and other areas.
Today there is no shortage of information on issues related to energy – magazines, newsletters, national newspapers, email newsletters, dedicated internet sites – the list goes on. Yet in this age of information overload, most professionals still take the time to read their favourite daily newspaper. The Energy Industry Times is a monthly newspaper dedicated to providing forward-looking reporting on the key issues driving this exciting sector. At last, an easy way to keep abreast of the latest news in the power and energy sectors – from a source you can trust.
ETN (Emerging Technology News) is a publication by Customized Energy Solutions (CES). The magazine focuses on news, views, projects, and technology news in the areas of RE, e-mobility, energy storage solutions, integration, and hydrogen. CES media initiatives also include Emerging Tech Radio (ETR) podcast, Weekly Newsletters, and various Industry Reports.
RECHARGE is the European industry association for advanced rechargeable and lithium batteries. Founded in 1998, it is our mission to promote advanced rechargeable batteries as a key technology that will contribute to a more empowered, sustainable and circular economy by enabling decarbonised electricity and mobility, and cutting-edge consumer products. RECHARGE’s unique membership covers all aspects of the advanced rechargeable battery value chain: From suppliers of primary and secondary raw materials, to battery and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), to logistic partners and battery recyclers.
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"Europe has made a giant leap in developing its battery industry since we created the European Battery Alliance four years ago. By 2025, the EU’s battery market will be worth 250 billion euros and will sustain up to four million jobs. Research and innovation, across the entire value chain, will be pivotal if we are to sustain this momentum. Europe has already established a strong research community represented, among others, by BEPA, Batteries Europe, and Battery 2030+. Now, we need to pull together our best talent and extensive expertise in a truly collaborative effort to ensure our leadership in this area. EU funding will continue to support innovation at every stage – to take another leap from ‘made in Europe’ to
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