The Battery Show is the largest in North America. In 2016 The Battery Show had 535 exhibiting companies, 171 speakers and 6,936 attendees including representatives from Google, NASA, Apple, EnerSys, LG Chem, Sony Energy. The show brings people together throughout the industry in an “exciting event where the latest products are launched, ideas are born, relationships are strengthened and new partnerships are forged” according to the show organizer, Smarter Shows. Over 500 companies have registered so far to exhibit in 2017.
This year XALT Energy will be in booth #1501 at the entrance of The Battery Show. XALT will be showcasing its latest technology in NMC (Nickel Manganese Cobalt)/Graphite and NMC/LTO (Lithium Titanate Oxide) cells and their XPAND family of energy storage systems. Engineers, research & development, project managers, technical leaders, purchasing, sales and senior executives will be in the booth and available to answer your questions.
During the show, XALT will be unveiling new products. The 56Ah HP and 65Ah UHE have been added to the cell product line up. XALT has also expanded its XPAND family of energy storage systems with the
XMP 99P and XMP 114E.
Join XALT’s Martin Klein, VP of Engineering, who will be speaking on Day 3, Track 2 at 2:00PM on Defining Battery Requirements for Heavy-Duty Electric Vehicles.
Visit us in booth #1501!
About XALT Energy
Based in Midland, Michigan, XALT Energy is a leading developer and manufacturer of prismatic, large-format lithium ion battery cells and packs. Based on its proprietary technology and using its state-of-the-art high volume battery manufacturing technology, XALT has become the leading innovative lithium ion cell manufacturer in America. For more information visit www.xaltenergy.com.
About Smarter Shows
Smarter Shows is an international exhibitions and conferences organizer focusing on technical events for the manufacturing and engineering sectors. Smarter Shows’ portfolio of events includes The Battery Show, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo, Space Tech Expo, Ceramics Expo Foam Expo and Critical Power Expo.