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About Battcon

 

Now in it’s 22nd year, Battcon is a high-energy mix of industry specific presentations, panels, seminars and workshops, plus a trade show. More than 600 storage battery users meet at Battcon for professional development and networking focused on the design, selection, application and maintenance of stationary battery systems. It’s a forum where those in the data center, telecom and utility industries can learn from and network with industry experts.

Battcon is different from any other battery show.

Battcon is an educational venue where users, engineers and manufacturers stay up-to-date by learning of the latest industry trends and how to apply best practices to the manufacturing, safety, selection, installation, and use of stationary batteries. The core conference provides an intense learning experience unavailable from any other industry event. Presentations include cutting edge topics delivered by industry leading authorities. Open discussion panels and breakout workshops geared to the utility, datacenter and telecom segments are also included in the conference. Data center, telecom or utility industry professionals who are working in mission critical facilities or are involved in the development of stationary batteries and related equipment will find the Battcon experience is second to none. Every year, more end users are discovering Battcon, the conference geared for industry novices and seasoned battery professionals alike.

Education Plus

The goal of Battcon is to meet the specific needs and interests of end-users Three optional preconference seminars that focus on battery basics, advanced techniques, or a special topic will be offered. These optional seminars let you brush up on skills and discover new directions the industry is taking. Presentations by users and manufacturers during the core program address everyday battery applications, technical advances, and industry concern and address manufacturing, maintenance, and testing issues. These presentations are of particular interest to data center, power, telecom, and UPS industry personnel.