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With more than 2300 exhibiting companies, including 800 startups, ACELERON is proud to have been invited by the UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) to represent innovative tech from the UK at global Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2022) in Las Vegas.
Aceleron's stand as part of the Great Britain & Northern Ireland Pavilion at CES 2022
With more than 2300 exhibiting companies, including 800 startups, ACELERON is proud to have been invited by the UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) to represent innovative tech from the UK at global Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2022) in Las Vegas. We were based in the UK Pavilion at Eureka Park between 5-7th January 2022, where we launched our serviceable, upgradeable and modular battery platform for the first time in the US!
Our technology was received positively by the US market whereby Aceleron revolutionised the way batteries are made to enable repair, recycling, and upgrade. Generally, our visitors understood and responded well to why we do what we do. Most agreed that battery waste was a growing significant issue and were very intrigued with our approach. In the near future, we will aim our efforts towards entering the US market and continuing to address the global energy challenges.
All in all, CES was an insightful and inspiring event. It was an absolute pleasure to have been selected amongst the UK’s most innovate technology and science pioneers Alchera Data Technologies, Minotau, BlueSkeye AI, BodleTechnologies, Bohemia Automation, Cyberstroller, Dynamon, Engineerd Arts, Lupovis, Smart Audio Technologies & Triggo, along with several other companies as part of the Innovate UK delegation (CAURA, dRISK, Epitomical, Imperium Drive, Westfield Technology Group, WSP). We look forward to what the year 2022 brings us and hope to be back at CES 2023!
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