EU Batteries Regulation Workshop

The publication of the EU Batteries Regulation in 2023 introduced a new era where for the first time the entire life cycle of batteries will be regulated.

The Regulation will apply to all batteries including portable batteries, electric vehicle batteries, industrial batteries, SLI batteries and batteries for light means of transport (e.g. electric bikes, e-mopeds, e-scooters). This workshop will provide critical information for non-EU battery manufacturers and EU producers alike.

14:00-17:30

Monday 16 September

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The legislation is complex, with 366 pages and 96 Articles covering new requirements such as carbon footprint declarations, recycled content requirements, conditions for performance and durability, responsible sourcing demands and changes to labelling.

An understanding of the new requirements, that will apply to any producer wishing to place batteries on the EU market, is essential as it will shape not only EU market access but also future product design and supply chain decisions.

During the workshop, practical advice will be provided that will be critical for non-EU battery manufacturers and EU producers alike. The focus will be on the new requirements for lead automotive and industrial batteries.

Agenda

Monday 16th Sep
2:00 – 5:30
EU Battery Regulation Workshop
SPEAKERS
Steve Binks
2:00pm – 2:10pm
Director of Regulatory Affairs, International Lead Association, United Kingdom

Paper: 

Welcome & Introduction
Karsten Kurz
2:10pm – 2:25pm
Director CSR & Governmental Relations, Exide Technologies, Germany

Paper: 

EU Battery Regulation – First you need to know what defines a battery
Andreas Husmann
2:25pm – 2:50pm
Head of Product Management, HOPPECKE, Germany

Paper: 

Batteries on the way to Sustainability – Carbon Footprint and Recycling according to the Battery Regulation
Olga Karline Henkele
2:50pm – 3:10pm
Policy Manager, EUROBAT, Belgium

Paper: 

Unlocking Battery Labelling and the Digital Battery Passport: challenges and opportunities
Augusto Di Bastiano
3:40pm – 4:00pm
Scientific Officer Authorisation/Restriction, ECHA, Finland

Paper: 

Restriction of substances of concern in batteries
Jay Trafalski
4:00pm – 4:20pm
Procurement Director, EMEA Lead and Recycling, Clarios, Germany

Paper: 

Producer Responsibility and Management of Waste Batteries
Bruce Murray
4:20pm – 4:40pm
VP, Commercial, ECOBAT, United States

Paper: 

Navigating Lead Industry Challenges in Europe in Face of Regulatory Changes

Paper: 

Panel Discussion

Workshop fee

€210

per person*

(€256 incl. VAT)

*All delegate fees are subject to Italian VAT at 22%.
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Registration for the EU Batteries Regulation Workshop is
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EU Batteries Regulation Workshop