NAATBatt to Host 2016 Annual Meeting in California

An energy industry professional, Alexandra Goodson works at Saft Batteries in Jacksonville, Florida, as a sales manager of energy-storage systems. In addition to her activities at Saft, Alexandra Goodson maintains memberships in several organizations, including the National Alliance for Advanced Transportation Batteries (NAATBatt), a nonprofit group that promotes and supports electrochemical energy storage companies and professionals.

From February 29 to March 3, 2016, NAATBatt will host its 2016 Annual Meeting at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells resort near Palm Springs, California. Attendees at the four-day event will have the opportunity to take part in an education program examining trends in technologies such as vehicle batteries, energy storage systems, and consumer batteries.

A discussion on intellectual property and advanced batteries will also be featured at the meeting, along with flash presentations focused on emerging electricity storage technologies. Prior to these activities, meeting attendees can enjoy a day of fun at the Advanced Battery Golf and Tennis Tournament, which will be held the first day of the Annual Meeting.

Although registration for NAATBatt’s 2016 Annual Meeting will be open to both members and non-members, it will be limited to 300 people. Additional information can be found at