Call for papers
Submissions now closed
The latest innovation in all aspects of lead battery technology will be the focus of ELBC in Lyon, France.
The call for papers is now closed, with the full ELBC technical program coming soon.
- Lead Battery Energy Storage Systems
- New Research and Technical Developments
- Automotive Lead Batteries
- Lead batteries for Industrial, Motive Power and Micro-Mobility Applications
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A few of our speakers
Stefan is President & CEO, Exide Technologies and has more than 30 years of battery industry experience. He will talk
about lead battery business opportunities, technology changes and the European regulatory environment.
Christophe is Director, Avicenne Energy, and has been a battery market analyst for 30 years amassing more than 300 customers globally. He will review the worldwide rechargeable battery market today and forecast trends to 2030.
Neil has been responsible for CRU’s lead market analysis for over 30 years and is the main author of the company’s regular reports on this metal. His presentation will look assess the impacts of recent global events and future outlook for lead.
Ray is Chairman, Gridtential and will use his 35 years of management and technology experience of the industrial and automotive battery sectors to forecast the volume and mix of batteries in energy content and value across the electrification of light vehicles, eBikes, eBuses, and trucks.
Nick is President, Energy Solutions Division, Hollingsworth & Vose and for many of his 12 years at H&V has researched the industrial lead battery market. His review at ELBC will include forecasts by region and application and draw conclusions on the future business outlook.
Huw co-founded CHR Metals in 2000 and has developed an international reputation for in-depth analysis of the global lead industry. He will provide insight on the Chinese e-bike market and the potential for lead batteries in two and three-wheel e-mobility elsewhere in Asia.
Dr Alistair Davidson is Director of CBI, managing all the consortium’s work
programs. Alistair attended the University of Oxford and obtained a PhD at the University of Edinburgh. He has lectured at both Washington State University, USA and the University of Chongqing, China.
Chris is President & CEO, East Penn Manufacturing and has been with the company since 1994. He will open ELBC with look at how the lead battery industry can succeed in responsibly powering the next generation of energy storage solutions safely and sustainably.