The high-performance battery industry… Morocco brings together major innovators and scientists

It is now evident that Morocco is focusing significant efforts on the development of industry by attracting investors and directing scientific research in the same direction, which will be reinforced by the Rabat Forum, which will bring together leading scientists and experts in the field of high performance batteries.
In this regard, the Federation of Chemistry and Applied Chemistry is organizing the second edition of the International Chemistry Forum on May 15 and 16, 2024 in Rabat.

This international forum is organized in partnership with the Ministry of Industry and Commerce and the Moroccan Agency for Investment and Export Development.

The work of this second edition of the forum, placed under the high patronage of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, will be focused on the high-performance battery industry.

The work of the forum aims to exchange ideas and visions, as well as to bring together all stakeholders and engaged in the field of the chemical industry, thus providing a unique opportunity for exchange, collaboration and development in this area .

For the program, the official plenary session of the forum will be marked by the participation of numerous government and business figures, and the forum will also include other interventions and round tables on several subjects.

This event will address the requirements of the global market for high-quality batteries, Morocco’s role as a hub for industrial investments and a driver of the chemical industry in Africa.

The forum will also discuss the incentives needed to support the high-performance battery system in Morocco and the issue of human capital in the battery industry.

This global event comes as Morocco discovers abundant cobalt resources, and Morocco is poised to become a major player in value chains related to high-performance lithium-ion batteries for the automotive industry.

In recent months, Morocco has become an attractive destination for major players in global industrial sectors, who have directed their investment towards the kingdom in promising sectors such as batteries and hydrogen, among others.

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