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New European Battery Academy to boost skills for fast-growing battery ecosystem

Despite the pandemic and significant supply disruptions, the European Union has continued to make headway in establishing an innovative, sustainable and globally competitive battery...

Sefcovic: Europe needs to mobilize financing for battery raw materials projects

Europe needs to streamline and accelerate existing permitting procedures for raw materials, while complying with the highest environmental and social standards, EU Commission Vice-President...

EU, Hungary sign MoU under the Battery Alliance

At the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on the Hungarian National Reskilling Programme under the European Battery Academy, European Commission Vice President Maros...

CATL brings EV battery technologies and manufacturing to Europe

The association of European automotive and industrial battery manufacturers, EUROBAT, announced on September 2 that Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., Limited (CATL) has joined its...

EU climate policy to boost energy security

PRAGUE – The day before the EU Commission presented its ‘Fit for 55’ package proposals in Brussels, the Czech Republic’s Deputy Foreign Minister for...

In the presence of Sefcovic, EIT InnoEnergy and France launch Battery Academy

In the presence of European Commission’s Vice President for Interinstitutional Relations and Foresight Maros Sefcovic, InnoEnergy announced in Paris the signature of a Memorandum...

Charged up EU takes on China in battery battle

BRATISLAVA - The European Union has attracted massive investment along the battery value chain, boosting its energy and raw materials independence, as the EU...

German MEP says EU must wean itself off China’s batteries

The European Union should lessen its dependence on China for batteries and green hydrogen electrolysers, Bavarian MEP Henrike Hahn told New Europe on May...

Sefcovic hails milestone for EU Battery Alliance

A second Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) to support research and innovation in the battery value chain complies with EU state aid...

EU energy future wants to wean off China’s raw materials

The European Union is as dependent on Asian countries, especially China, when it comes to batteries and raw materials for technologies of the future...

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