The IPCEI EuBatIn now offers opportunities for associated partners to join

During this year's General Assembly of the IPCEI EuBatIn, the decision was made to implement a new, expanded partner structure. Going forward, European projects from companies or research and technology organizations (RTOs) can apply for an associated partnership in the IPCEI EuBatIn through their respective member states. By becoming associated partners, these entities will have the privilege to participate in IPCEI EuBatIn events, such as the General Assembly, IPCEI EuBatIn Conference, and Workstream Meetings, as guests.

The main objectives behind this new partner structure are to enhance spillover and dissemination and to amplify the impact of the IPCEI funding initiatives. The enrollment process will occur in multiple phases, and in support of this, first matchmaking events have been scheduled, specifically on September 28th and 29th during the IPCEI EuBatIn Vienna Networking Days, as well as on November 27th and 28th, coinciding with the Future Battery Forum, held in Berlin.

The IPCEI decision on the new partner structure can be downloaded here.