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Telecom Batteries in Europe – Growth Opportunities
Telecom Batteries in Europe – Growth Opportunities
Telecom Batteries in Europe – Growth Opportunities
Telecom Batteries in Europe – Growth Opportunities
Telecom Batteries in Europe – Growth Opportunities
Telecom Batteries in Europe – Growth Opportunities
Telecom Batteries in Europe – Growth Opportunities
Telecom Batteries in Europe – Growth Opportunities
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Telecom Batteries in Europe – Growth Opportunities

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  • 1. Telecom Batteries in Europe – GrowthOpportunities ExploredInfluence of Wireless Data Transmission© 2013 Frost & Sullivan. All rights reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property ofFrost & Sullivan. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan.
  • 2. 2About Our ExpertSuba Arunkumar,Industry Manager – Energy & EnvironmentFrost & Sullivan• Over eight years experience in the energy storage market including batterychemistries, fuel cells and other emerging energy storage options and technologies• Manage a team of analysts tracking the power supplies, transmission, distribution,building technologies, water and oil and gas industries• Provide customised solutions to clients and major battery manufacturers acrossthe geographic region• I’m a classical trained dancer, who enjoys cooking new and traditional Indiancuisine.
  • 3. 3Market Overview—Definitions (continued)NetworkInfrastructureBuild/MaintainNetworkInfrastructureBuild/MaintainNetworkOperationsNetworkOperationsCustomersupport andservicesCustomersupport andservicesCustomerpremisesequipmentCustomerpremisesequipment• Batteries play a vital role in all these three stages of telecom industry• Customer premises equipment typically defines the handset, for both the fixed and mobile telecomcommunication• Batteries with different specifications, are used in all the above three stages,• Batteries for backup in infrastructure sites, and network operations use higher capacity batteries withvoltage rating of 48V, while at other equipment in customer support and services, smaller batteries with24V, 12V ratings are used.• In telecom industry, batteries are largely used for backup power supply, and energy storage application isgaining momentum• Development of “battery-aware sensor network” would be the next technological evolution in the telecomindustry that would influence the battery market.• “Battery-aware sensor network” aims at optimal usage of small cylindrical batteries that power theelectronic circuitry in the telecom devices. This advancement enhances battery life and performance
  • 4. 4Market Overview— Battery Chemistry SegmentationLeadAcid76.0%Nickel11.2%Lithium-ion11.9%Others0.9%Percent Sales BreakdownTotal Telecom Battery Market:Europe, 2012Note: All figures are rounded. The base year is 2012. Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis.LeadAcid67.1%Nickel8.1%Lithium-ion21.6%Others3.2%Percent Sales BreakdownTotal Telecom Battery Market:Europe, 2017
  • 5. 5PESTLE Analysis—EuropeTelecom Battery Market: PESTLE Analysis, Europe, 2012Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis.0246810PoliticalEconomicSocialTechnologyLegislationEnvironmentW.Europe Nordic Region Southern Europe CEE
  • 6. 6Battery Chemistry Channel Revenue Forecast Discussion• Lead acid batteries are the widely used ones for standby applications in telecom equipment. Thischemistry is in existence for more than a century and has proved to be suitable for these applications.• Although flooded batteries were initially used, the challenge of regular maintenance led to a shifttowards VRLA lead acid batteries, that is largely used at present.• Nickel cadmium evolved to be the competitive chemistry to replace lead acid batteries. Nickelcadmium had better performance than lead acid batteries, however, the usage of cadmium hadenvironmental issues, that led to a decline in usage of these batteries.• Lithium-ion batteries emerged to be the next evolution in this market, with slow and steadypenetration in the market to replace lead acid batteries.Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis.1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020Lead AcidNickel CadmiumLithium-ionTotal Telecom Battery Market: Demand Analysis of Battery Chemistries, Europe, 1970-2020Strong Demand Medium Demand Low Demand
  • 7. 7Competitive StructureEnerSysExideNorthStar, Victron Energy,Hoppecke, FIAMMTIER 3Yuasa Battery Europe, Discover Energy Corp, GEEnergy Storage, Systems Sunlight S.A, StorageBattery Systems,Major manufacturers withstrong presence in Europeaccounting to 37% of totalrevenuesStrong regionalcompetitors accountingto nearly 18% of totalrevenuesMajor regionalplayers with lessthan 10% revenuecontribution
  • 8. 83 Big Predictions2Lithium-ion battery is gaining momentum to replace nickel cadmiumchemistry within a decade3LTE (4G) services, high speed internet (above 100 Mbps) demand moreBTS for better communication and higher penetration, creates demand forbatteries1Advancements in wireless data transmission demands high infrastructuregrowth that boosts demand for high performance batteries for backup
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  • 10. 10Does This Look Interesting? Contact Us And Find OutMoreChiara CarellaCorporate CommunicationsEnergy & Environment+44-207-343-8314chiara.carella@frost.comSuba ArunkumarIndustry ManagerEnergy & Environment+91-44-6681-4204suba.arunkumar@frost.comMalavika TohaniResearch ManagerEnergy & Environment+44-207-915-7836malavika.tohani@frost.comJohn RaspinPartnerEnergy & Environment+44-207-915-7814john.raspin@frost.com

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