EUROBAT launches brand new website
Videos, imagery, more topical and relevant content, and an enhanced navigation
will provide a more compelling user experience
EUROBAT, the association of European automotive and industrial battery manufacturers, is pleased to announce that the association has just launched a completely new website.
The use of videos, high quality imagery and animations, will give visitors to the website a more compelling and appealing experience.
The site is built around the numerous applications that automotive and industrial batteries power and the benefits they offer in terms of ensuring mobility and providing energy storage and supply continuity.
The connection between batteries – lithium-, lead-, nickel- and sodium-based – and their applications to the current EU legislation and initiatives such as the Green Deal, as well as their contribution to the EU’s decarbonisation goals, is a red thread throughout the new website.
EUROBAT Director Communications and Stewardship, Gert Meylemans, commented:
“With this new website, we want to reach out to all of our important stakeholders, from policy-makers to end-users. Now that batteries are ‘top-of-mind’ amongst a lot of people and organisations, we decided to add some more general ‘B2C’ content.
While the policy files we work on and EU themes we cover are undoubtedly still the most important sections on the website, we also added a ‘Batteries 101’ section to explain how batteries work, where they come from and the benefits they bring. Today, people take batteries for granted and forget what a world without batteries would look like!”
EUROBAT is the leading association for European automotive and industrial battery manufacturers, covering all battery technologies, and has more than 50 members. The members and staff work with all policymakers, industry stakeholders, NGOs and media to highlight the important role batteries play for decarbonised mobility and energy systems as well as all other numerous applications
MEDIA CONTACT: Gert Meylemans
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