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The Battery Technologies Summit, which we held  for the first time with its new format on 22-23 November 2023, has become a leading meeting point for our industry in its first year.  Our summit, which we held with approximately 600 participants and nearly 30 national and  international speakers, attracted great interest and appreciation of the sector.

Your interest and support to the sector is of great importance in the realisation of this successful event. As PİLDER, we would like to thank you once again for your participation in our summit.

We are excited to be organising the Battery Technologies Summit once again and we are delighted to invite industry representatives to participate in this unique event. This year's summit, which will be held in Bilişim Vadisi (IT Valley), Gebze will continue to attract the attention of many experts and professionals from all over the world.

Our aim is to bring together leading names in the industry to share innovative ideas, present the latest technological developments and international perspectives. With impressive presentations from our experienced speakers and forward-thinking approaches from industry leaders, our summit will offer attendees an unforgettable experience.
Our summit will cover a wide range of topics covering every stage of the battery ecosystem, from raw material processes to cell production techniques, from extraordinary battery applications to sustainable waste strategies.
If you want to introduce and explain your products and ideas to a wide audience and play a role in shaping the future of the industry, please contact our team. 
We look forward to meeting you at the Battery Technologies Summit on 25-26 September 2024 and sharing our excitement together.

PiLDER - Cell, Battery Pack Manufacturers and Suppliers Association


  • Battery Technologies and Future Trends

These sessions will provide detailed information on the current state of battery technology, recent developments, innovations and potential trends for the near future. Learn which technological advancements can affect the capacity, charging time and energy density of batteries.

  • Battery Management System, Energy Management System

The focus will be on battery management systems that are essential to maximize the efficiency, safety and lifetime of batteries. This session will provide a comprehensive overview of how these systems work, why they are important and their role in application

  • Battery Production Technologies

Giga Factories and their production process optimization by different machinery and manufacturing technologies.

  • Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS)

Large amount of electrical energy storage is the key component of the electricity distribution, renewable energy and EV fast charging market segments. BESS design fundamentals and different architectures will be discussed. BESS sub systems such as HV-BMS, EMS and their features are also be discussed.

  • E-Mobility

Electrical Vehicles, e-Scooters, e-bikes, utility e-vehicles and more, all use batteries. Different applications different needs. Different chemistries and technologies to meet e-mobility market requirements.

  • Battery Certification and Safety

Battery safety is a major concern for users. In this session, you will have the opportunity to learn about the testing, certification processes and international standards to guarantee the safety of batteries.

  • Battery Secondary Use and Recycling

End-of-life batteries bring environmental and economic challenges. This session will address the potential for secondary use of used batteries, recycling methods and the positive impact of these processes on the environment.



Battery Manufacturers : Representatives of companies involved in the design, manufacture and distribution of batteries.

Research and Development (R&D) Specialists : Scientists and engineers working on new battery technologies.

Automobile Manufacturers : The automotive industry shows great interest in battery technologies, especially with the increasing popularity of electric cars.

Energy Storage and Renewable Energy Companies : They need battery technologies to store the energy obtained from renewable energy sources such as wind and solar energy.

Supply Chain Managers: Companies that supply materials used in battery manufacturing.

Policy Makers and Regulators: Government officials working on energy policies and battery safety standards.

Investors: Private equity firms, venture capitalists and other financial institutions considering investing in battery technologies.

Industry Analysts and Consultants: Professionals who analyze market trends, opportunities and challenges.

Consumers and User Groups: Users of battery powered products such as electric vehicles, mobile devices or home energy storage systems.

Educators and Academics: Representatives from universities, research institutes and technical education institutions.



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IT Valley (Bilisim Vadisi) Congress Centre, Gebze:

The IT Valley (Bilisim Vadisi) Congress Centre is located in the IT Valley (Bilisim Vadisi), one of the largest technology development zones in Turkey, in Gebze. It hosts congresses, conferences, seminars and other major events with its modern infrastructure and high-tech facilities. Thanks to its location close to Istanbul, it offers easy accessibility. The congress centre is the meeting point of the business world and the technology sector with its large meeting halls, event areas and professional services.


Transport Options

By Air
Sabiha Gökçen Airport: It is the closest airport to the IT Valley (Bilisim Vadisi). You can reach Gebze from Sabiha Gökçen by taxi, car hire or bus. It will take approximately 30-40 minutes from the airport to Gebze.
Istanbul Airport: Although it is a more distant option, it is possible to reach Gebze from Istanbul Airport. You can reach Gebze from the airport by taxi, private transfer or public transport.


By Public Transport
Metro: You can reach Gebze from Istanbul by Marmaray line. Marmaray extends to Gebze and provides connections from various parts of Istanbul.
Train: It is possible to reach Gebze from Istanbul by TCDD train services. Trains depart from Sirkeci and Pendik stations.
Bus: There are regular bus services from Istanbul to Gebze. Buses usually depart from Harem, Umraniye and Kadıkoy bus stations.


By Car
From Istanbul: It takes approximately 1 hour to reach Gebze by car. You can easily reach Gebze by using the E5 or TEM motorway.

IT Valley (Bilisim Vadisi) is located near Gebze Technical University.

From Ankara: It takes approximately 4 hours to reach Gebze from Ankara by car. You can reach Gebze directly by using the TEM motorway.



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Cell, Battery Pack Manufactures and Suppliers Association

Mobile: +90 539 631 11 48
Tel: +
90 216 706 93 37


Event Management Office

REACT Event Management and Tourism Travel Agency Services Inc.

Tel: +90 212 358 36 37

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