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14th European Lead Battery Conference
Edinburgh, United Kingdom - September 9th to 12th
Conference / congress

The 14th European Lead Battery Conference will be held in Edinburgh, Scotland, from 9 to 12 September.

Organisers ILA recognised the 13th European Lead Battery Conference, as one of their most successful ever. Almost 700 delegates from 58 countries gathered in Paris at the end of September to hear how the latest lead acid battery technology is performing strongly compared to other types of battery.

That feeling was also reflected in the interest shown in the exhibitors show, with more than 100 stands on display, including the LC Super Hybrid demonstration vehicle, the revolutionary micro-mild hybrid based on a 1.4L Volkswagen Passat which utilises lead carbon batteries.

September 9th to 12th


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