Batteries and Ultra-Capacitors for the Smart Power Grid: Market Opportunities 2009-2016
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This new market study of materials for chemical batteries and ultra-capacitors for smart grid applications surveys and analyzes the markets for the various battery and ultra-capacitor types currently ...

This new market study of materials for chemical batteries and ultra-capacitors for smart grid applications surveys and analyzes the markets for the various battery and ultra-capacitor types currently in use and about to enter service in smart grid applications as well as R&D developments, including those related to systems. As with all our reports, this report includes a detailed eight year forecast of materials for smart grid storage applications and an in-depth discussion of key firms active in the area.

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    • Batteries and Ultra-Capacitors for the Smart Power Grid: Market Opportunities 2009-2016Report SummaryBatteries and Ultra-Capacitors for the Smart Power Grid: Market Opportunities 2009-2016 – While the current electrical grid is a modern marvel, the smart grid of thefuture will include significant electrical storage as part of the solution to increase thegrids efficiency, enhance reliability, and help reduce the environmental impact ofsupplying the electrical power needs of modern society. As a result, we believechemical batteries, ultra-capacitors, and the materials from which they are builtrepresent an exciting business opportunity that is poised to take off in the nearfuture. This report is designed to quantify that opportunity and identify thebest strategies to capitalize on it.Buy Now: Ultracapacitors MarketBrowse All: Market Research ReportsBy 2016 there will be 33 GW of generating capacity on the grid from solar panels andwind farms that can swing wildly in their ability to generate electrical power at anygiven time. Electrical storage will be a requirement to level the load when the sundoesn’t shine or the wind doesn’t blow in a predictable manner. In addition to loadleveling, grid storage will allow peak shaving where stored electricity from non peakdemand periods can be used during peak load times. Peak shaving can reduce theneed for new power plants and reduce the grids overall carbon footprint.Chemical batteries and ultra-capacitors represent complimentary pieces of the smartgrid storage equation with ultra-capacitors used for smoothing short term disruptionsin power quality and batteries storing current for longer term load leveling and peakshaving applications. While other technologies such as hydro and compressed airstorage will certainly be integral parts to the overall storage solution, batteries andultra-capacitor storage represent a large attractive near term materials growthsector.This new market study of materials for chemical batteries and ultra-capacitors forsmart grid applications surveys and analyzes the markets for the various battery andultra-capacitor types currently in use and about to enter service in smart gridapplications as well as R&D developments, including those related to systems. Aswith all our reports, this report includes a detailed eight year forecast of materials forsmart grid storage applications and an in-depth discussion of key firms active in thearea.Table Of ContentsE.1 Introduction: Smart-Grid Storage and Materials OpportunitiesE.1.1 Overview of Smart Grid and Role of Energy StorageE.1.2 Current Energy Storage OptionsE.2 Opportunities for Materials ProducersE.3 Key Firms to Watch in the Smart-Grid Energy Storage LandscapeE.3.1 Lead Acid-Based Energy Storage Companies
    • E.3.2 Lead Carbon-Based Energy Storage CompaniesE.3.3 Sodium Sulfur-Based Energy Storage CompaniesE.3.4 Flow Battery Based Energy Storage CompaniesE.3.5 Supercapacitor-Based Energy Storage CompaniesE.4 Summary of ForecastsChapter One: Introduction1.1 Background to This Report 1.1.1 Quick Tour of Opportunities in Smart Grid Storage 1.1.2 Near-Term Applications for Chemical Storage on the Smart Grid 1.1.3 Future Advantages of Chemical Storage on the Smart Grid 1.2 Objective and Scope of this Report 1.3 Methodology of this Report 1.4 Plan of this ReportChapter Two: Materials and Technology for Smart-Grid Storage2.1 Introduction: Crucial Need for Advanced Storage Solutions2.1.1 Overview of the Smart Grid2.1.2 Why We Need Smart-Grid Storage2.1.3 Smart-Grid Storage Options: Batteries and Supercapacitors2.1.4 Materials Opportunities in Smart-Grid Storage2.1.5 Terms and Definitions2.2 Traditional Grid Storage Solutions2.2.1 Lead Acid and Advanced Lead Acid Batteries2.2.2 Metal Hydride Batteries2.2.3 Sodium Sulfur Batteries2.3 Advanced Grid Storage Solutions2.3.1 Vanadium Redox and Other Redox Flow Battery Systems2.3.2 Zinc Bromine and Other Hybrid Flow Battery Systems2.3.3 Lithium-Ion Batteries2.3.4 Liquid Metal Batteries2.3.5 Ultrabatteries2.3.6 Chemical Storage Materials Roadmap2.4 Supercapacitors and the Smart Grid2.4.1 Supercapacitors: Current Technologies and Applications2.4.2 Supercapacitor Applications in a Smart Grid2.4.3 Supercapacitor Materials Roadmap2.5 Key Points in this ChapterChapter Three: Company Profiles3.1 Advanced Lead-Acid Companies3.1.1 Exide Technologies3.1.2 EnerSys3.1.3 C&D Technologies3.1.4 Ultralife Batteries3.1.5 Axion Power International3.1.6 Varta3.1.7 Firefly Energy
    • 3.2 Advanced Lithium Ion Battery Companies3.2.1 Altair Nanotechnologies3.2.2 Ener13.2.3 Valence Technologies3.2.4 The Saft Group3.2.5 A123 Systems3.2.6 Boston Power3.2.7 Nexeon3.2.8 Imara3.2.9 Sanyo/Panasonic3.2.10 Hitachi Maxell3.2.11 Johnson Controls/Saft Advanced Power Solutions3.2.12 Kyushu Electric Power and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries3.3 Sodium Sulfur Battery Companies3.3.1 NGK insulators Ltd/Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO)3.3.2 GeoBattery3.4 Zinc Bromide Battery Companies3.4.1 ZBB Energy3.4.2 Premium Power Corp.3.5 Vanadium Redox Based Battery Companies3.5.1 Prudent Energy (Formerly VRB Power, Formerly, Pinnacle VRB)3.5.2 V-Fuel Pty Ltd.3.5.3 Sumitomo Electric Industries3.5.4 Cellennium Limited3.5.5 RE-Fuel Technology3.5.6 Cellstrom GmbH3.5.7 Deeya Energy3.6 Others Battery Companies3.6.1 Cobasys (Metal Hydride)3.6.2 ReVolt (Zinc Air)3.6.3 Liquid Metal Batteries (MIT)3.6.4 Organic Acid Based Flow Batteries (Plurion)3.7 Supercapacitor Companies3.7.1 Maxwell Technologies3.7.2 Siemens3.7.3 EPCOS (Exited the Business in 2006) Licensed Maxwell Technology3.7.4 NEC/Tokin3.7.5 Panasonic/Matsushita3.7.6 Elna/Asahi Glass3.7.7 ESMA3.7.8 EEStor3.7.9 EnerG23.7.10 APowerCap Technologies3.7.11 BatScap3.7.12 Elit3.7.13 CAP-XX3.7.14 Nippon Chemi-Con3.7.15 Nesscap
    • Chapter Four: Eight-Year Forecasts4.1 Forecasting Methodology4.1.1 Data Sources4.1.2 Clean Power Mandates that Drive Demand for Grid Storage4.1.3 Roadmap for Smart-Grid Storage4.1.4 Some Notes on Pricing4.2 Eight-Year Materials Forecasts: Batteries and Supercapacitors4.2.1 Chemical Storage Technologies4.2.2 Supercapacitor Storage TechnologiesAcronyms and Abbreviations Used in this ReportAbout the AuthorList of ExhibitsExhibit E-1: Worldwide Revenue for Smart-Grid Batteries and Supercapacitors ($Millions)Exhibit 4-1: Cost Per Kilowatt Hour for Various Storage Technologies ($/kWh)Exhibit 4-2: Worldwide Market for Smart-Grid Chemical Storage Batteries (MWhStorage)Exhibit 4-3: Worldwide Market for Smart-grid Chemical Storage Batteries ($ Millions)Exhibit 4-4: Americas Market for Smart-Grid Chemical Storage Batteries (MWhstorage)Exhibit 4-5: Americas Market for Smart-Grid Chemical Storage Batteries ($ Millions)Exhibit 4-6: European Market for Smart-Grid Chemical Storage Batteries (MWhstorage)Exhibit 4-7: European Market for Smart-Grid Chemical Storage Batteries ($ Millions)Exhibit 4-8: Mideast/Africa Market for Smart-Grid Chemical Storage Batteries ($Millions)Exhibit 4-9: Asian Market (excluding Japan) for Smart-Grid Chemical StorageBatteriesExhibit 4-10: Japanese Market for Smart-Grid Chemical Storage Batteries ($ Millions)Exhibit 4-11: Worldwide Market for Smart-Grid Supercapacitors (MW)Exhibit 4-12: Worldwide Market for Smart-Grid Supercapacitors ($ Millions)Exhibit 4-13: North American Market for Smart-Grid Supercapacitors ($ Millions)Exhibit 4-14: European Market for Smart-Grid Supercapacitors ($ Millions)Exhibit 4-15: Mideast/Africa Market for Smart-Grid Supercapacitors ($ Millions)Exhibit 4-16: Asian Market (excluding Japan) for Smart-Grid Supercapacitors ($Millions)Exhibit 4-17: Japanese Market for Smart-Grid Supercapacitors ($ Millions)Related Market Research Reports :• The Smart Power System: Smart Grids, smart meters, home controllers, home automation and energy efficiency• IEC 61850 Routers and Switches in Smart Grid – Markets Analysis and Forecasts to 2016• Asia Pacific Smart Grid Opportunity: Analysis and Market Forecasts• Europe Smart Grid Opportunity: Analysis and Market Forecasts
    • • Sensors for the Smart Grid: Market Opportunities 2010• Global Smart Grid Energy Storage Market 2009-2013• Thin-Film and Printed Batteries Markets• Printed Battery Markets• Thin-Film Batteries: Current and Future Markets 2009-2016About Us:ReportsnReports is comprising of an online library of 10,000 reports, in-depth marketresearch studies of over 5000 micro markets, and 25 industry specific websites. Ourclient list boasts of almost all well-known publishers of such reports across the globe.We, as a third party reseller of market research reports employ number of marketingtools such as press releases, email-marketing and effective search engineoptimization technique to drive revenues for our clients.We also provide 24/7 online and offline support to our customers.Contact:Ms.Sunita7557 Rambler road,Suite727,Dallas,TX75231Tel: +1-888-989-8004E-mail: sales@reportsnreports.comWebsite: http://www.reportsnreports.com