CATL Scientist and Team Win 2023 European Inventor Award for Advancing Lithium-Ion Battery Safety
In a remarkable achievement, Dr. Wu Kai, chief scientist at CATL, and his team have been honored with the prestigious 2023 European Inventor Award in the “Non-members of the European Patent Office” category. Their exceptional work in improving the safety of lithium-ion batteries has garnered international recognition and accolades. The award ceremony took place in Valencia, Spain on July 4, where they were applauded for their groundbreaking contributions.
Expressing his gratitude, Dr. Wu Kai remarked, “It is an immense honor to be bestowed with this esteemed award. It will serve as a motivating force for me and my colleagues at CATL to constantly push the boundaries of innovation. Our mission is to develop advanced and reliable battery-powered electric vehicles that not only benefit individuals but also contribute to the global energy transition for a sustainable future. I hope to inspire more inventors to dedicate themselves to the pursuit of electrification and transformative energy innovations, thereby fostering new breakthroughs that will positively impact humanity.”
The European Inventor Award, established by the European Patent Office (EPO) in 2006, holds profound significance in the realm of global innovation. It recognizes exceptional inventors who possess unwavering determination, creativity, and vision as they pave the way for a brighter tomorrow. Dr. Wu Kai’s recognition in the “Non-EPO countries” category highlights the remarkable accomplishments of inventors hailing from regions outside the 39 Member States, whose patents have made a mark in Europe.
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CATL chief scientist Wu Kai and his team were awarded the 2023 European Inventor Award in the “Non-members of the European Patent Office” category. ” (Non-EPO countries) for their work on improving the safety of lithium-ion batteries. The award ceremony took place in Valencia, Spain on July 4.
“It is a great honor to receive this prestigious award. This will motivate me at CATL to continue to innovate. Our advanced and safe battery powered electric vehicles. It also helps more people to live sustainable lives. which contributes to the global energy transition I hope that more and more inventors will devote themselves to electrification and energy transformation innovation. This will enable us to develop new innovations for the benefit of mankind,” Wu Kai said.
Established by the European Patent Office (EPO) in 2006, the Outstanding European Inventor Award is a highly respected global award for innovation. which honors the shaper of the future (Tomorrow Shaper), that is, an inventor with persistence of ingenuity and creativity who paves the way for a brighter future for awards in the field The “Officials who are not Members of the European Patent Office” honoring the work of inventors from outside the 39 Member States who have been granted patents in Europe.
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