The first BATRAW policy event is held at CEPS headquarters
This November, our 4th General Assembly will take place in the capital of Europe, Brussels! At the same time, the European Commission is celebrating the Raw Materials Week.
As one of the satellite events organized during the week, CEPS is preparing an in-person policy event on the Battery Passport. It is free and open to the public, but you must register to gain access to the meeting.
One of the priorities of the current Commission is the sustainability of the single market. That’s why they are planning to launch the Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR), with the main objective of implementing the Digital Product Passport (DPP) in the economy.
Accelerating the circular economy requires a revolutionary way of collecting and sharing product-related data across supply chains. One of the first pilots is the battery value chain by 2027, which aims to enable transparent and sustainable supply chains.
It is an event organised in the framework of the EU-funded BATRAW project and moderated by Vasileios Rizos (CEPS). During the event we will have experienced speakers from different sectors.
Several questions will be addressed during the meeting:
- What challenges can be foreseen in the implementation of the battery passport requirements based on existing pilots across the EU?
- How can we overcome data sharing complexities across battery supply chains?
- How can future delegated acts address existing issues?
You can find out more and register here: