2nd Hungarian Battery Day taking shape ahead of October conference

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The second Hungarian Battery Day, an annual meeting point for battery industry professionals from Hungary and the region, will be organized on October 20 in the Budapest Marriott Hotel, by White Paper Consulting and the Hungarian Battery Association (HUBA).

Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó will open the conference, where professionals, political decision-makers, and stakeholders from the entire value chain will review the opportunities and challenges of the fast-developing industry.

The first speakers announced include Park Chul-min, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Hungary, and State Secretary for Energy and Climate Policy Attila Steiner, of the Ministry of Technology and Industry.

Others due to speak are: Patrick Clerens, secretary-general of the European Association for the Storage of Energy; Tibor Kulcsár, director of research development at Metal Shredder Hungary; Tamás Czikora, head of mobility at MOL Group; Zoltán Póser, CEO at EDC Debrecen Urban and Economic Development Center; Péter Kaderják, executive at HUBA; and Claudia Patricolo, editor-in-chief at Ceenergynews.

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