Lithium-ion might be the chemistry of choice for energy storage systems, but advances in the lead-acid means it could be a better fit to help meet emissions targets.
At this year’s biennial European Lead Battery Conference (ELBC) the world’s foremost lead battery pioneers will show how the latest research and development can reduce the global carbon footprint.
Organised by the International Lead Association the 15th ELBC continues its trend of promoting the lead-battery industry that began in Paris 28-years-ago.
The event will look at how advanced lead-carbon and AGM batteries will come to change the automotive, domestic and industrial markets.
A statement by ELBC organisers said the event: “Will provide an ideal opportunity for those involved with the lead battery industry worldwide to review and discuss the most recent technical advances associated with lead-based batteries, especially for automotive and renewable energy storage applications.”
This year there is expected to be more than 100 stands by suppliers to the industry of equipment, materials and technology.
The 15ELBC will be held from 13-16 September 2016 in Valletta, Malta.
For more information visit: http://www.ila-lead.org/conferences