A retrospective of a successful Brussels International Motor Show 2020

Published on the 5th June 2020

A retrospective of a successful Motor Show 2020

From 10 to 19 January 2020, the Brussels Expo Motor Show opened its doors to the general public. With a record number of over 500,000 visitors, the Motor Show is flourishing as never before. Our stand also attracted a great deal of interest.

Mobility of the future

Our sustainable and effective approach received a great deal of attention from inside and outside the sector. Princess Astrid, our Belgian Prime Minister Sophie Wilmès and Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Lydia Peeters, among others, visited our stand. Catherine Lenaerts, CEO of Watt4ever, spoke to them and showed them our first battery made from ex-automotive batteries.


Catherine Lenaerts, CEO at Watt4ever, introduces Prime Minister Sophie Wilmès to the wonderful world of new mobility.


Lydia Peeters, Minister of Mobility and Public Works: “More than ever, electric cars are in the spotlight at the Motor Show. As a result, more and more industrial batteries are in circulation. In this evolution, the importance of good reuse and recycling should not be underestimated”. 


To make a strong start, we presented our new company Watt4ever to the general public with the blessing of the automotive sector during the Motor Show. 

Five partners -– www.febelauto.be, ReVolta, Intigo, Out of Use and Eco-Lithium – each with their specific know-how give used and waste batteries from hybrid and electric cars a second life by transforming them into high-quality energy storage systems. 

Catherine Lenaerts: “Our goal is to make Watt4ever the preferred Belgian and European partner for used and waste batteries from e-mobility.

We also invited our network to an info-session on the Brussels Motor show where we presented Watt4ever, the companies and the people behind it and our first projects.

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