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    • Get more info on this report!High Temperature Energy Storage: NaS, NaMx and Molten SaltJuly 18, 2011The World Market for High Temperature Energy StorageThe $2.5 billion global high temperature energy storage (HTS) market of 2020 is goingto be dominated by the sale and construction of molten salt storage systems forconcentrated solar power (CSP) plants. The HTS market is composed of threecategories: sodium-sulfur (NaS) batteries, sodium-metal halide (NaMx) batteries, andmolten salt thermal energy storage (TES) systems. While NaS has been the strongestcategory ever since the first commercial systems were sold in 2003, it is molten saltTES systems that became the largest HTS category in 2010.After four years of strong growth, the NaS battery market showed an unprecedentednegative value for 2010. Despite this bizarre showing, the NaS HTS category has thepotential for huge growth in the short and medium term because companies such asRUBENIUS in Mexico and the Abu Dhabi Water and Electric Authority in the UnitedArab Emirates (UAE) are building hundreds of megawatts of energy storage systemsdesigned around NaS batteries. However, lack of investment by governments andinstitutions into fundamental NaS battery research means the battery chemistry will beovertaken by lithium-ion in its primary sales channel of utility scale energy storage,resulting in a market decline after 2017.Although it has been NaMx’s traditional market, sales of the battery for small electricvehicles (EVs) will virtually disappear by 2015. However, NaMx will continue to be amajor battery type for electric and hybrid electric buses and small trucks. Morenoteworthy is the fact that the battery chemistry’s recent push into the stationary storagemarket, particularly for remote telecommunications equipment, is going to showexceptionally strong growth in the medium and long term. From less than 10% of thecategory’s sales in 2010, the stationary segment will be responsible for over half of theNaMx market by 2019. However, for NaMx batteries to effectively compete in the longterm against lead-acid and lithium-ion batteries, more research into NaMx cell geometryand electrode chemistry that can operate at lower temperatures is going to be crucial toexpanding overall sales of NaMx batteries by 2020.Sales growth of molten salt TES systems (or really any thermal energy storage
    • technology) is completely dependant on the growth of the global CSP market.Fortunately for this category, the legislation and regulation landscape for bothrenewable energy sources and grid energy storage is very favorable. By 2013 the U.S.will supplant Spain as the largest market for thermal energy storage and by 2015 moremolten salt TES, by MWh, will be installed in the U.S. than in Spain. Both countries willcontinue to be strong growth regions through to 2020 due to continued CSP plantconstruction. However, other countries such as the UAE and Saudi Arabia will alsobegin to contribute significantly to the molten salt TES market by 2020.The World Market for High Temperature Energy Storage by SBI Energy provides keyinsight into current and future markets for high temperature batteries and thermalstorage worldwide, focusing on key countries for each market segment. The analysisincludes definitions, current product offerings and market detail on the followingsegments: Sodium-sulfur (NaS) batteries - Typically used for grid load leveling applications. Sodium-metal halide (NaMx) batteries - Used for electric vehicles and stationary storage applications. Often referred to as ZEBRA batteries. Molten salt thermal energy storage (TES) - Used for CSP installations.The report also analyzes the key industries that make use of high temperature energystorage for their end products. These include electric vehicles, stationary and industrialenergy storage and Smart Grid energy storage requirements.Report Methodology This report contains primary and secondary data obtained fromgovernment sources, trade associations and publications, business journals, scientificpapers, company literature, investment reports, and interviews with industryprofessionals. Statistics on commodity prices comes from the International MonetaryFund; production cost indexes are from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; statistics onstationary battery use in Europe come from the Association of European automotiveand Industrial Battery Manufacturers (EUROBAT); CSP operating performance statisticscomes from the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory.What You’ll Get in This Report The World Market for High Temperature EnergyStorage provides a concise, focused look on the markets for high temperature batteriesand thermal energy storage as they exist today, and shows where these markets aremoving between 2011 and 2020. The report highlights key players in the HTS industryand pinpoints ways that current and prospective competitors can capitalize on recenttrends and spearhead new ones. No other market research report provides both thecomprehensive analysis and extensive data that The World Market for HighTemperature Energy Storage offers. Plus, you’ll benefit from extensive data, presentedin easy-to-read and practical charts, tables and graphs.How You’ll Benefit from this Report If your company is considering investing inenergy storage technology, or is involved in businesses that require energy storage forcommercial motive, stationary or electricity production applications, you will find this
    • report invaluable as it provides a comprehensive package of information and insight notoffered in any other single source. You will gain a thorough understanding of the currentmarket for high temperature energy storage products, as well as projected markets andtrends for these technologies through 2020. The report also provides a concise view ofthe top application industries for commercial HTS products, outlining key drivers andbarriers for these markets.This report will help: Marketing managers identify market opportunities and develop targeted promotion plans for businesses looking to develop markets for both new and existing high temperature batteries and thermal energy storage. Research and development professionals stay on top of competitor initiatives and explore demand for high temperature energy storage as well as the downstream product market for sodium-sulfur and sodium-metal halide batteries. Advertising agencies working with clients in a host of market sectors such as telecommunications, electricity generation, transportation and industrial manufacturing to develop messages and images that compel businesses and industries to adopt HTS solutions for their energy storage needs. Business development executives understand the dynamics of the market and identify possible partnerships with raw material providers, key organizations and HTS manufacturers with unique products or processes. The report also provides crucial information on job creation that is spurred by HTS technologies. Information and research center librarians provide market researchers, brand and product managers and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively.Additional Information Energy Storage: Go-To TechnologiesEnergy storage is a growing market critical to the advancement and optimization ofsmart grid transmission and distribution operations and to the integration of renewableenergies in power generation. High temperature energy storage (HTS) technologies,including sodium-sulfur (NaS), sodium-metal halide (NaMx), and molten salt thermalenergy storage (TES), are gaining attention as the go-to technologies for large scaleand utility scale energy storage.Growth in stationary battery applications and large scale energy storage for electricalgrid applications are two channels that are going to see huge growth over the nextdecade, says a new report, High Temperature Energy Storage: NaS, NaMx and MoltenSalt, from market research publisher SBI Energy. The high temperature energy storagemarket is forecast to grow along with these application areas.
    • Molten salt TES systems became the largest HTS category in 2010. The $2.5 billionglobal high temperature energy storage (HTS) market of 2020 is going to be dominatedby the sale and construction of molten salt storage systems for concentrated solarpower (CSP) plants.Sales growth of molten salt TES systems is completely dependent on the growth of theglobal CSP market. Fortunately for this category, the legislation and regulationlandscape for both renewable energy sources and grid energy storage is very favorable.By 2013 the U.S. will supplant Spain as the largest market for thermal energy storageand by 2015 more molten salt TES, by MWh, will be installed in the U.S. than in Spain.Both countries will continue to be strong growth regions through 2020 due to continuedCSP plant construction. However, other countries such as the UAE and Saudi Arabiawill also begin to contribute significantly to the molten salt TES market by 2020.The HTS markets for sodium battery technologies are also flush, explains Deschamps.NaS batteries are the most commonly-used battery type used for large scale energystorage by utilities and, for the first time ever, there will actually be two commercialmanufacturers of NaMx batteries as the transportation division of General Electricbegins production at its new Schenectady, NY plant in the third quarter of 2011.High Temperature Energy Storage: NaS, NaMx and Molten Salt, by SBI Energy,provides key insight into current and future markets for high temperature and thermalenergy storage worldwide, focusing on key countries for each market segment. Theanalysis includes definitions, current product offerings and market detail. The report alsoanalyzes the key industries that make use of high temperature energy storage for theirend products. These include electric vehicles, stationary and industrial energy storageand Smart Grid energy storage requirements.For more information about this report please visit our website:http://www.sbireports.com/High-Temperature-Energy-6207035/More Global Equipment ReportsWorldwide Telecommunications Equipment 2011-2015 Forecast by IDCThis IDC study presents a forecast of the worldwide telecom equipment market basedon IDCs current forecasts. IDCs Telecommunications Equipment service has beentracking and ...Mobile Phones: Global Industry Guide by DatamonitorDatamonitors Mobile Phones: Global Industry Guide is an essential resource for top-level data and analysis covering the Mobile Phones industry. It includes detailed data on...World Telecom Equipment Market - Report by IDATEThis report analyses the overriding trends and changes taking place in telecomequipment markets around the globe. It explores the driving forces behind the market’s
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    • and electrode chemistry that can operate at lower temperatures is going to be crucial toexpanding overall sales of NaMx batteries by 2020.Sales growth of molten salt TES systems (or really any thermal energy storagetechnology) is completely dependant on the growth of the global CSP market.Fortunately for this category, the legislation and regulation landscape for bothrenewable energy sources and grid energy storage is very favorable. By 2013 the U.S.will supplant Spain as the largest market for thermal energy storage and by 2015 moremolten salt TES, by MWh, will be installed in the U.S. than in Spain. Both countries willcontinue to be strong growth regions through to 2020 due to continued CSP plantconstruction. However, other countries such as the UAE and Saudi Arabia will alsobegin to contribute significantly to the molten salt TES market by 2020.The World Market for High Temperature Energy Storage by SBI Energy provides keyinsight into current and future markets for high temperature batteries and thermalstorage worldwide, focusing on key countries for each market segment. The analysisincludes definitions, current product offerings and market detail on the followingsegments: Sodium-sulfur (NaS) batteries - Typically used for grid load leveling applications. Sodium-metal halide (NaMx) batteries - Used for electric vehicles and stationary storage applications. Often referred to as ZEBRA batteries. Molten salt thermal energy storage (TES) - Used for CSP installations.The report also analyzes the key industries that make use of high temperature energystorage for their end products. These include electric vehicles, stationary and industrialenergy storage and Smart Grid energy storage requirements.Report Methodology This report contains primary and secondary data obtained fromgovernment sources, trade associations and publications, business journals, scientificpapers, company literature, investment reports, and interviews with industryprofessionals. Statistics on commodity prices comes from the International MonetaryFund; production cost indexes are from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; statistics onstationary battery use in Europe come from the Association of European automotiveand Industrial Battery Manufacturers (EUROBAT); CSP operating performance statisticscomes from the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory.What You’ll Get in This Report The World Market for High Temperature EnergyStorage provides a concise, focused look on the markets for high temperature batteriesand thermal energy storage as they exist today, and shows where these markets aremoving between 2011 and 2020. The report highlights key players in the HTS industryand pinpoints ways that current and prospective competitors can capitalize on recenttrends and spearhead new ones. No other market research report provides both thecomprehensive analysis and extensive data that The World Market for HighTemperature Energy Storage offers. Plus, you’ll benefit from extensive data, presented
    • in easy-to-read and practical charts, tables and graphs.How You’ll Benefit from this Report If your company is considering investing inenergy storage technology, or is involved in businesses that require energy storage forcommercial motive, stationary or electricity production applications, you will find thisreport invaluable as it provides a comprehensive package of information and insight notoffered in any other single source. You will gain a thorough understanding of the currentmarket for high temperature energy storage products, as well as projected markets andtrends for these technologies through 2020. The report also provides a concise view ofthe top application industries for commercial HTS products, outlining key drivers andbarriers for these markets.This report will help: Marketing managers identify market opportunities and develop targeted promotion plans for businesses looking to develop markets for both new and existing high temperature batteries and thermal energy storage. Research and development professionals stay on top of competitor initiatives and explore demand for high temperature energy storage as well as the downstream product market for sodium-sulfur and sodium-metal halide batteries. Advertising agencies working with clients in a host of market sectors such as telecommunications, electricity generation, transportation and industrial manufacturing to develop messages and images that compel businesses and industries to adopt HTS solutions for their energy storage needs. Business development executives understand the dynamics of the market and identify possible partnerships with raw material providers, key organizations and HTS manufacturers with unique products or processes. The report also provides crucial information on job creation that is spurred by HTS technologies. Information and research center librarians provide market researchers, brand and product managers and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively.Chapter 1 Executive Summary Scope & Methodology of this Report HTS Category Descriptions Table 1-1 Characteristics of some Common Energy Storage Systems Figure 1-1 The Global High Temperature Energy Storage Market, 2006-2010 (in million $) The High Temperature Energy Storage Market NaS is the top Battery Chemistry for Grid Energy Storage Figure 1-2 NaS Battery Installations by Year, 2003-2010 (in MW)
    • Sodium-Metal Halide MarketTable 1-2 Largest Customers of ZEBRA Batteries, 2001-2010The Molten-Salt TES MarketFigure 1-3 CSP Thermal Energy Storage Installations by Type, 2006-2010 (inMWh)Sodium-Sulfur (NaS) BatteriesFigure 1-4 Key Market Drivers and Barriers to NaS Battery Adoption, 2011Global ProductionSmart Grid Energy Storage Applications for NaS BatteriesFigure 1-5 Global NaS Installations by application, 1995-2009 (in MW)The Cost Effectiveness of Grid Energy Storage for the Smart GridTable 1-3 Electricity Storage Costs by Megawatt-Scale Application, 2010Power Conversion System ManufacturersLaws and RegulationsSodium-Metal Halide (NaMx) BatteriesFigure 1-6 Key Market Drivers & Barriers Affecting the NaMx Battery MarketGlobal NaMx ProductionFigure 1-4 World NaMx Production Capacity, 2006, 2011, 2016, 2020 (in MWh)Figure 1-7 Cost Breakdown of a NaMx Battery (in percent)Future Market ExpansionFunding & ResearchMolten Salt Thermal Energy StorageFigure 1-8 Key Market Drivers & Barriers Affecting the Molten Salt TES MarketThe Cost of ProductionFigure 1-9 PPI for Mining of Potassium salts & Boron Compounds, Oct. 2007-Nov. 2010 (indexed to June 2007)Potential Market AreasLaws and Regulations
    • Funding Table 1-5 CSP R&D Funding by Country (not including the U.S.), 2005-2009 (in million $) Research Efforts Table 1-6 New Jobs Created from the High Temperature Energy Storage Market, 2015, 2020 Job Creation Key Competitors Figure 1-10 Global TES Market by Competitor Based on Installed and Current Projects, June 2011 (in MWh installed) Forecast Figure 1-11 The Global High Temperature Energy Storage Market, 2011-2020 (in million $) NaS Battery Market Forecast Table 1-7 Total NaS Battery Installations by Country, 2011-2020 (in MW) NaMx Forecast Figure 1-12 Global NaMx Battery Market Forecast, 2011-2020 (in million $) Molten Salt TES Forecast Figure 1-13 Global Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Market Forecast, 2011- 2020 (in million $) Table 1-8 Cumulative Molten Salt TES Installations by Country, 2010, 2015, 2020 (in GWh)Chapter 2 Introduction Scope of this Report Methodology Understanding the Capacity of Energy Storage Sodium-Sulfur Batteries Figure 2-1 Typical NaS Battery Cell Table 2-1 Typical NaS Battery Characteristics Market History
    • Key Design Issues Figure 2-2 Effect of NaS Electrolyte Thickness on Operating Temperature Sodium-Metal Halide Batteries Figure 4-3 Typical NaMx Cell and Battery Table 2-2 Typical NaMx Battery Characteristics Market History Key Design Issues Molten-Salt Thermal Energy Storage Systems Figure: 2-4 Typical Two-Tank Indirect Molten Salt TES System Table 2-3 Characteristics of Molten Salt TES Systems Market History Key Design Issues Other High Temperature Thermal Energy Storage Technologies Figure 2-5 Types of Thermal Energy Storage Table 2-4 Some Thermal Energy Storage Options Other High Temperature Energy Storage Systems Competing Storage Technologies Comparing Vehicle & Stationary Energy Storage Technologies Table 2-5 Storage Technology Characteristics for Typical Installations Comparing Large Scale Energy Storage Technologies Figure 2-6 System Ratings for Different Energy Storage Technologies Pumped Hydro Compressed Air Flywheels Lithium-Ion Batteries Flow BatteriesChapter 3 Sodium-Sulfur Batteries
    • World Energy Storage Capacity for Electrical EnergyFigure 3-1 Total World Electricity Grid Energy Storage Capacity by Storage Type,2009 (in MW)NaS is the top Battery Chemistry for Grid Energy StorageFigure 3-2 The World NaS Battery Market, 2006-2010 (in million $)Table 3-1 Global Energy Storage Market for Utility Applications by Technology,2006-2010 (in million $)Figure 3-3 NaS Battery Installations by Year, 2003-2010 (in MW)NaS Battery InstallationsTable 3-2 Recent Important NaS Battery Installations, 2008-2010Market by Region: Japan DominatesFigure 3-4 NaS Installations by Country, 1995-2010 (in MW)Market by Application: Load Leveling LeadsFigure 3-5 Global NaS Installations by application, 1995-2009 (in MW)Market DriversFigure 3-6 Key Market Drivers and Barriers to NaS Battery Adoption, 2011Key Market Barriers for NaS BatteriesKey Market Drivers for NaS BatteriesGlobal Availability of ProductionFigure 3-7 Global NaS production capacity by year, 2003-2020 (in MW)The Cost of ProductionSmart Grid Energy Storage Market Applications for NaS BatteriesTable 3-3 Grid Transmission & Distribution Applications for Energy StorageLoad ShiftingTable 3-4 Energy Storage Requirements for Load Shifting ApplicationsPower QualityTable 3-5 Energy Storage Requirements for Grid Power Quality ApplicationsRenewable Energy Integration
    • Emergency Power The Cost Effectiveness of Grid Energy Storage for the Smart Grid Table 3-6 Electricity Storage Costs by Megawatt-Scale Application, 2010 Power Conversion System Manufacturers Table 3-7 Global Energy Storage Market for Utility Applications by Technology, 2006-2010 (in million $) Laws and Regulations California’s Storage Bill AB 2514 Job Creation Funding Research Efforts Environmental Impact Figure 3-8 Electrical Grid CO2 Reduction by NaS Usage by Month Forecast Figure 3-9 Global NaS Market Forecast, 2011-2020 (in million $) Table 3-8 Announced NaS battery projects as of 1st Quarter 2011 (in MW) Table 3-9 Total NaS Battery Installations by Country, 2011-2020 (in MW)Chapter 4 The Sodium-Metal Halide Battery Market Sodium-Metal Halide Market Figure 4-1 The World NaMx Battery Market, 2006-2010 (in million $) Market by Region: Europe Based Table 4-1 ZEBRA Battery use by OEM, 2011 The Motive Energy Storage Market Market by Application: Electric Buses & Electric Cars are Top Markets for NaMx Table 4-2 Largest Customers of ZEBRA Batteries, 2001-2010 Market Drivers Figure 4-2 Key Market Drivers & Barriers Affecting the NaMx Battery Market Global Availability of Production
    • Table 4-3 NaMx Production Capacity for FZ SoNick & GE Transportation, 2011 Figure 4-4 World NaMx Production Capacity, 2006, 2011, 2016, 2020 (in MWh) The Cost of Production Figure 4-3 Cost Breakdown of a NaMx Battery (in percent) Figure 4-4 Cost of Nickel, 2001-2010 (in $/lb) Future Market Expansion Motive Power for Large Vehicles Stationary Applications Table 4-5 Comparison of NaMx and Lead-Acid Batteries for a Telecommunications Cabinet Legislation & Regulation Job Creation Table 4-6 Incremental Job Creation in the NaMx Battery Market, 2012, 2016, 2020 Funding Research Efforts Planar Sodium-Metal Halide Batteries Pairing NaMx Batteries with other Energy Storage for Motive Applications Forecast Figure 4-5 Global NaMx Battery Market Forecast, 2011-2020 (in million $)Chapter 5 Molten Salt Energy Storage The Molten-Salt Market Figure 5-1 Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Market, 2006-2010 (in million $) Market by Application Figure 5-2 CSP Thermal Installations by CSP Technology Type & Storage Type, 2006-2010 (in number of installations) Figure 5-3 CSP Thermal Energy Storage Installations by Type, 2006-2010 (in MWh) Table 5-1 CSP Plants in Operation with Molten Salt TES Systems, 2010
    • Market by Region: The U.S. and Spain Spearhead Thermal Energy StorageFigure 5-4 CSP Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Installations by Country,2006-2010 (in MWh)Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Market Drivers & BarriersFigure 5-5 Key Market Drivers & Barriers Affecting the Molten Salt TES MarketThe Cost of ProductionTable 5-2 Cost Estimate for Molten Salt Storage (in $/kWht)Figure 5-6 PPI for Mining of Potassium salts & Boron Compounds, Oct. 2007-Nov. 2010 (indexed to June 2007)World Salt Production for Thermal StorageFigure 5-7 SQM Industrial Nitrate Production and Industrial Chemical Revenue,2007-2010 (in thousand MT & million $)Potential Market AreasFigure 5-8 Marginal Annual Value of Each Incremental Hour of Storage for aTypical Texas CSP Plant (in $ million/hour)Figure 5-9 Increase in Annual Operating Profits of a CSP Plant in Texas ifSpinning Reserves can be Sold (in %)Spinning ReserveFigure 5-10 Sample Dispatch of a CSP Plant with 6 Hours of TES in Texas (inMWh & $/MWh)Providing Energy at Peak PricesLaws and RegulationsCSP Legislation in Spain: The 50 MW Barrier Benefits Thermal StorageCSP Legislation in the U.S.: Tax Credits & Loan GuaranteesPower Purchase AgreementsJob CreationTable 5-3 New Jobs Created from the Molten Salt TES Market, 2015, 2020Figure 5-11 U.S. SETP Thermal Energy Storage R&D Funding, FY2007-FY2011(in million $)Funding
    • Table 5-4 CSP R&D Funding by Country (not including the U.S.), 2005-2009 (in million $) Research Efforts Table 5-5 Current SETP Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Research Initiatives, 2011 Modifying the Temperature Characteristics of the Salt Medium Innovative TES Systems Using Molten Salt Forecast Figure 5-12 Global Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Market Forecast, 2011- 2020 (in million $) Molten Salt TES Hits the Giga-Time Figure 5-13 Global Molten Salt TES Installations by Year for Median Forecast, 2008-2020 (in GWh) Table 5-6 Planned CSP Plants with Molten Salt TES Systems, Status as of June 2011 Table 5-7 Cumulative Molten Salt TES Installations by Country for Median Forecast, 2010, 2015, 2020 (in GWh)Chapter 6 The HTS Market The High Temperature Energy Storage Market Figure 6-1 The Global High Temperature Energy Storage Market, 2006-2010 (in million $) Geographical Breakdown of the HTS Market Table 6-1 Key Countries for the High Temperature Energy Storage Market Industry Breakdown of the HTS Market Figure 6-2 HTS Category & Market Channel Relationships Resources Table 6-2 production of Minerals Used in HTS Technologies, 2010 (in billion pounds) Job Creation Table 6-3 New Jobs Created from the High Temperature Energy Storage Market, 2015, 2020
    • Forecast Figure 6-3 The Global High Temperature Energy Storage Market, 2011-2020 (in million $) Figure 6-4 CSP Thermal Installations by CSP Technology Type & Storage Type, 2006-2010 (in number of installations)Chapter 7 CompetitorsSodium-Sulfur Battery Manufacturers NGK Insulators Overview Performance Figure 7-1 NGK Insulators Revenue, FY2007-FY2011 (in million $) Figure 7-2 NGK Insulators NAS Battery Revenue, FY2007-FY2011 (in million $) Production Table 7-1 NGK NAS Battery Module Specifications New Developments SICCAS Table 7-2 Performance Characteristics of the SICCAS SC-650 NaS Battery CellSodium- Metal Halide Battery Manufacturers EaglePicher Technologies FZ SoNick Overview Performance Products & Production Table 7-3 FZ SoNick’s ZEBRA Battery Products, 2011 New Developments Table 7-4 Evolution of FZ SoNick’s ZEBRA Battery Cells GE Transportation Overview
    • Performance Figure 7-3 GE Transportation’s Revenue, 2006-2010 (in billion $) Production Table 7-5 GE Transportation’s Durathon Battery Products (Pre-Production), 2011 New Developments Sumitomo Electric IndustriesThermal Energy Storage Manufacturers Figure 7-4 Global TES Market by Competitor Based on Installed and Current Projects, June 2011 (in MWh installed) Abengoa Overview Performance Figure 7-5 Abengoa Solar’s Revenue, 2007-2010 (in million $) Table 7-6 Abengoa Solar’s Portfolio of Projects as of December 2010 (in MW) Production Table 7-7 Abengoa Solar’s Molten Salt TES Projects as of June 2011 New Developments Archimede Solar Energy Flagsol Overview Performance Figure 7-6 Solar Millennium’s Technology & Construction Segment Revenue, FY2006-FY2010 (in million $) Production Table 7-8 Specifications of Flagsol’s Two-Tank Indirect Molten Salt TES Systems Table 7-9 Flagsol’s Molten Salt TES Projects as of June 2011 New Developments INITEC Energia
    • Table 7-10 INITEC Energia’s Molten Salt TES Projects as of June 2011 Pratt & Whitney Overview Performance Figure 7-7 Pratt & Whitney Revenue, 2006-2011 (in billion $) Production Table 7-11 SolarReserve’s Molten Salt TES Projects as of June 2011 New Developments SENER Overview Performance Figure 7-8 SENER Revenue, 2006-2010 (in million $) Production Table 7-12 SENER’s Molten Salt TES Projects as of June 2011 Table 7-13 Specifications of SENER’s Molten Salt TES Systems New DevelopmentsAppendix: Company Contact Information NaS Battery Manufacturers & Balance of System Suppliers NaMx Battery Companies Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage CompaniesAvailable immediately for Online Download athttp://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=6207035US: 800.298.5699UK +44.207.256.3920
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