Better known as the Cherry Hill Conference (even though it's no longer held there) the US Power Sources conference, dealing with portable power for the military, continues to be the leading edge event if you're looking for a solution where costs aren't a major constraint. But this year, the 43rd Power Sources meeting looked like a major lithium ion conference. The Editor reports.
It doesn't take long to work out which technologies are on the rise: You just count the number of papers (or even sessions) that the mainstream conferences are devoting to . . .