The Editor spends a wet midweek in Brussels.
In a time-pressed world, we need short, sharp meetings and conferences. Why spin out to three days what you could concentrate into a morning? It's something that the Europeans are taking the lead in (no pun intended) – or so it seemed this year at Eurobat's annual conference.
Gone are the days when the 'hoi polloi' of Europe's battery great and the good stayed in the finest hotels in Europe's most expensive cities – Geneva, Paris, etc. No, today Europe's battery industry has cut . . .