Cambridge EnerTech Acquires Advanced Automotive Batteries Conferences

Leading Battery Industry Conference to Join Extensive Portfolio of Events

NEEDHAM, MA--(Marketwired - June 15, 2015) - Cambridge EnerTech, a division of Cambridge Innovation Institute, announced today the acquisition of Advanced Automotive Batteries’ bi-annual conferences, AABC US and AABC Europe.

For over 15 years, the International Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC) has attracted professionals from the hybrid and electric vehicle world and their battery system suppliers, to stimulate the sharing of experiences and views.

Phillips Kuhl, President of Cambridge Innovation Institute says, “We are delighted to be able to add these two very successful and focused conferences to our growing lineup of rechargeable battery events. For over a decade, Dr. Anderman has provided high quality programs and networking opportunities at AABC, and we look forward to adding the International Advanced Automotive Battery Conferences into the Cambridge EnerTech portfolio.”

Dr. Menahem Anderman, founder of Advanced Automotive Batteries says, “I am very excited about the opportunities in front of us as part of Cambridge EnerTech's strong portfolio of energy events."

The 2015 Advanced Automotive & Stationary Battery Conference will be held in Detroit from June 15-19, 2015 at the Marriott at the Renaissance Center.

The 2016 European Advanced Automotive & Stationary Battery Conference will be held from January 25-28, in Mainz, Germany.

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About Cambridge EnerTech ( )

Cambridge EnerTech (CET) is the premier conference and exposition provider for the energy storage industry. CET was established by uniting five leading energy events into a remarkable single portfolio where thought leaders address novel technology as well as leading issues confronting the industry across multiple applications. Energy-storage technology is the key to commercial success for many existing and burgeoning industries and CET was established to provide a superior networking and educational experience for these growth industries.

About Advanced Automotive Batteries ( )

Founded in 2000 by Dr. Menahem Anderman, Advanced Automotive Batteries is renowned as the foremost source of updated information in the electric vehicle and battery fields. AAB’s bi-annual conferences, industry reports and consulting services contribute to the development and mass commercialization of eco-friendly vehicles, a cleaner environment and more responsible usage of our planet’s resources.

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