NINGDE, China, July 5, 2023/PRNewswire/ -- On July 4, Wu Kai, CATL's chief scientist, and his team were awarded the 2023 European Inventor Award in the "Non-EPO Countries" category. for his contributions to the safety of lithium-ion batteries at an awards ceremony held in Valencia, Spain.
"It is a great honor to win such a prestigious award, which will pave the way for me and CATL towards new innovation efforts. In addition, electric vehicles powered by our advanced and safe batteries are enabling more people to adopt a sustainable lifestyle. , contributing to the global energy transition. I hope that more and more inventors will dedicate themselves to electric mobility and energy transition so that together we can develop more innovations for the benefit of humanity," said Wu Kai.
Created by the European Patent Office (EPO) in 2006, the European Inventor Award is a highly recognized global innovation award that honors the Makers of Tomorrow, inventors whose perseverance, ingenuity and creativity are paving the way to a future better. The "non-EPO countries" category recognizes the work of outstanding inventors from outside the 39 EPO member states that have been granted a European patent.
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