The latest report from the International Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) captures the full scale
of the threat to human life in a heating world. The surge of carbon emissions in the last decade lead mother
earth to the climate crisis. Various initiatives have taken to curb the climate catastrophe. From global
treaty policy (Paris Agreement 2015 to Glasgow Climate Pact 2021) to technology intervention (renewable energy
to battery electric vehicles innovation). Even, Indonesia G20 presidency makes the energy transition as one of
priority agenda. Because energy transition follows the Paris Agreement, which targets net-zero emissions by
Based on the current situation, the National Battery Research Institute (NBRI) will conduct the International Conference on Battery for Renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles (ICB-REV) 2022 in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) United Kingdom, International Union of Material Research Societies (IUMRS) and Material Research Society Indonesia (MRS-INA). This conference will bring together scientists, academicians, industry partners, the government and all stakeholders that focus on battery technology for both Electric Vehicles and Renewable Energy. The ICB-REV 2022 will be the insightful space for all related stakeholders to disseminate their innovations, exchange their ideas & perspectives and also open international networking for bolstering the global energy transition agenda.
Since its establishment on December 07th 2020, the NBRI has performed various events covering the battery technology, renewable energy, and electric vehicles topics. NBRI has successfully conducted the ICB-REV 2021 and International Conference on Advanced Material and Technology (ICAMT) 2021 with 154 distinguished speakers across 16 countries. There were more than 150 selected articles published in AIP Proceedings, IONICS journal, and Progress on Natural Science and Material International (PNSMI) journal. In addition, NBRI has also organized International Battery School (IBS) 2021, Climate Challenge Workshop 2021, International School of Battery in Electric Vehicles (ISBEV) 2021, International Workshop on Material and Advanced Characterization (IMAC) 2021 and International Workshop on Solar Rooftop Residential and Utilities Scale (ISRUS) 2021.
The main concern of ICB-REV 2022 is focused on advanced battery technology from raw materials to cell fabrication, energy storage for renewable energy, and electric vehicles battery and charging station that support energy transition. This should be accomplished by the presence of invited world-class speakers, international participants, global industry players and international battery associations. The selected articles will be published in AIP international proceedings and other reputable journal Scopus indexed.
Following ICB-REV 2022, the consecutive events will be organized as complementary to broaden audiences such as: