Supercapacitor / Ultracapacitor Strategies and Emerging Applications 2013-2025
Supercapacitor / Ultracapacitor Strategies and EmergingApplications 2013-2025Report Details:Published:October 2012No. of Pages: 178Price: Single User License – US$4250Traditionally, rechargeable batteries have been used as energy dense products and the otherdevices based on capacitors have been used as power dense products. There are more-power-dense versions of the favourite rechargeable batteries - lithium-ion with 70% or so of therechargeable battery market in 2023. Unfortunately, power dense rechargeable batteriessurrender a lot of energy density. It is therefore helpful that more and more energy densesupercapacitors and variants are becoming available, some even matching lead acid batteries andyet retaining excellent power density. This convergence of properties has led to the widespreadcombination of the two in parallel, particularly in power applications. Battery/supercapacitorcombinations approach the performance of an ideal battery - something that can never beachieved with a battery alone because its chemical reactions cause movement, swelling andeventually irreversability. In some cases, things have gone further. For example, hybrid busesusing supercapacitors now rarely use them across the traction battery - the supercapacitorreplaces the battery, the only battery remaining in the vehicle being a small lead-acid starterbattery.Many more supercapacitor variants are now available. There is now almost a continuum ofdevices between conventional electrolytic capacitors and rechargeable batteries as we explain inthe report. The analysis of 78 manufacturers and putative manufacturers reveals, for example,how battery manufacturers and conventional capacitor manufacturers are entering the business ofdevices intermediate between the two. However, rather surprisingly, most of the intermediatedevices are developed and manufactured by companies not in either conventional capacitors orbatteries. Although we use the term intermediate devices, some have some properties superior toboth conventional capacitors and rechargeable batteries.Analyst access from IDTechExAll report purchases include includes up to 30 minutes telephone time with an expert analyst whowill help you link key findings in the report to the business issues youre addressing. This needs tobe used within three months of purchasing the report.
Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/199949-supercapacitor-ultracapacitor-strategies-and-emerging-applications-2013-2025.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTable of Contents1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS1.1. Supercapacitors and batteries converge1.2. Success by application and territory1.3. Supercapacitors in vehicles1.4. Green or not green1.5. Incidence of the different technologies1.6. Achieving the impossible1.7. Manufacturers and putative manufacturers2. INTRODUCTION3. ADVANCES REQUIRED AND PROGRESS IDENTIFIED3.1. Supercapacitors in vehicles4. APPLICATIONS NOW AND IN THE FUTURE4.1. Pulse Power4.2. Bridge Power4.3. Main Power4.4. Memory Backup4.5. Evolution of commercially successful functions4.6. Manufacturer successes and strategies by application5. SURVEY OF 78 MANUFACTURERS6. ACHIEVEMENTS AND OBJECTIVES BY MANUFACTURER7. EXAMPLES OF NON-COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS8. ELECTROLYTES BY MANUFACTURER9. INTERVIEWS AND COMMENTARY ON COMPANY STRATEGY FOR SUPERCAPACITORS9.1. Interviews with suppliers9.1.1. Cap-XX Australia9.1.2. Cellergy Israel
9.1.3. East Penn Manufacturing USA9.1.4. Elton Super Capacitor Russian Federation9.1.5. Inmatech USA9.1.6. Ioxus USA9.1.7. JR Micro Japan9.1.8. Maxwell Technologies USA9.1.9. Nanotune Technologies USA9.1.10. Nesscap Energy Inc Canada/Korea9.1.11. Nichicon Japan9.1.12. Nippon ChemiCon/ United ChemiCon Japan9.1.13. Yo-Engineering Russian Federation9.1.14. Yunasko Russian Federation9.2. User interviews9.2.1. Bombardier Canada9.2.2. Hydrogenics Corporation USA9.2.3. Honda Japan10. DEVELOPER, MATERIALS SUPPLIER AND ACADEMIC INTERVIEWS10.1. Daikin Industries Japan10.2. IFEVS Italy10.3. Yuri Gogotski APPENDIX 1: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCYList Of Tables1.1. Main achievements and objectives with supercapacitors and their derivatives by number ofmanufacturers and putative manufacturers involved.1.2. The ten advances that will create the largest add-on markets for supercapacitors and theirderivatives in order of importance in creating market value with examples of organisations leadingthe advance.1.3. 15 examples of component displacement by supercapacitors in 2012-31.4. Supercapacitor functions reaching major market acceptance 2013-2023 with some of thecompanies leading the success by sector1.5. 78 manufacturers, putative manufacturers and commercial companies developingsupercapacitors and supercabatteries for commercialisation with country, website and eight typesof device technology.2.2. Some of the pros and cons of supercapacitors3.1. Advances that will create the largest add-on markets for supercapacitors and their derivativesby value in order of importance with examples of organisations leading the advance.3.2. Examples of component displacement by supercapacitors.4.1. Supercapacitor functions reaching major market acceptance 2013-2023 with some of thecompanies leading the success by sector
5.1. 78 manufacturers, putative manufacturers and commercial companies developingsupercapacitors and supercabatteries for commercialisation with country, website and eight typesof device technology.6.1. By application, for Automotive, Aerospace, Military and Oil & Gas, the successes by 78supercapacitor/supercabattery manufacturers in grey green and their targets for extra applicationsin the near term in yellow. Seven sub catego6.2. The successes in six categories in the Utility sector by 78 supercapacitor/supercabatterymanufacturers in grey green and their targets for extra applications in the near term in yellow.6.3. The successes by 78 supercapacitor/supercabattery manufacturers in the Consumer andIndustrial & Commercial sectors in grey green and their targets for extra applications in the nearterm in yellow. Eight sub-categories are analys7.1. Non-commercial supercapacitor developers with their country, website, industrial partner,applications targeted.8.1. Electrolytes used - organic, aqueous or ionic liquid - by 70 supercapacitor/ supercabatterymanufacturers and putative manufacturers.List Of Figures1.1. Some of the options and some of the suppliers in the spectrum between conventionalcapacitors and rechargeable batteries with primary markets shown in yellow.1.2. Examination of achievement and strategy in the most important applicational sectors. Numberof manufacturers of supercapacitors and their variants that have that have supplied given sectorsvs number that target them for future ex1.3. Probable timeline for market adoption by sector and technical achievements driving thegrowth of the market for supercapacitors and their derivatives 2013-2025 with market valueprojections for supercapacitors, cost and performanc1.4. The main functions that supercapacitors will perform over the coming decade1.5. Examples of the main functions performed by supercapacitors.1.6. The evolution from conventional to various types of electric vehicle related to supercapacitorapplications in them today, where hybrids and pure electric versions are a primary target.1.7. Possible timeframe and technology for reaching the tipping point for sales of pure electric on-road cars.1.8. Percentage of manufacturers using organic, aqueous or ionic liquid electrolytes in theirsupercapacitors and supercabatteries, showing trend of research but there will be no winner for allapplications1.9. The number of manufacturers and putative manufacturers ofsupercapacitors/supercabatteries by six sub-categories of technology1.10. Component displacement mapped as a function of benefits relative to batteries conferred bysupercapacitors1.11. Estimate of the number of trading manufacturers of supercapacitors and supercabatteriesglobally 1993-2025 including timing of industry shakeout.2.1. Types of capacitor
2.2. Symmetric supercapacitor EDLC left compared with asymmetric AEDLC ie supercabatterywith battery-like cathode (ie part electrochemical in action) shown right. During charge anddischarge, the voltage is nearly constant resulting i2.3. Symmetric supercapacitor EDLC compared with asymmetric AEDLC ie supercabattery withlithiated carbon anode (ie entirely electrostatic in action) shown right.2.4. Eight families of option and some of the suppliers in the spectrum between conventionalcapacitors and rechargeable batteries with primary markets shown in yellow.3.1. The main functions that supercapacitors will perform over the coming decade3.2. Examples of the main functions performed by supercapacitors. Those in black are currentlyonly achieved with a flammable, carcinogenic electrolyte - acrylonitrile - but this will change3.3. The evolution from conventional to various types of electric vehicle related to supercapacitorapplications in them today, where hybrids and pure electric versions are a primary target.3.4. Possible timeframe and technology for reaching the tipping point for sales of pure electric on-road cars.3.5. Component displacement mapped as a function of benefits relative to batteries conferred bysupercapacitors3.6. Siemens view in 2012 of the elements of Electrical Bus Rapid Transit eBRT, for example,mentioning U-Caps meaning supercapacitors.4.1. Examples of applications of the ULTIMO Cell4.2. Primary demand for energy storage for battery-like products in Europe in 2020, which will besatisfied by batteries, supercapacitors, intermediate products and combinations of these.5.1. Incidence of the different technologies5.2. Number of manufacturers offering the various supercapacitor technologies includingderivatives, some companies having several options5.3. Estimate of the number of trading manufacturers of supercapacitors and supercabatteriesglobally 1993-2025 including timing of industry shakeout.8.1. Percentage of manufacturers using organic, aqueous or ionic liquid electrolytes in theirsupercapacitors and supercabatteries9.1. UltrabatteryTM for medium hybrid vehicles9.2. Inmatech Innovations9.3. Supercapacitor market and Inmatech9.4. Maxwell Technologies flat supercapacitor for mobile phones etc. exhibited at EVS26 LosAngeles9.5. Nichicon supercapacitor emphasis at EVS26 Los Angeles 20129.6. Supercapacitor-based electric vehicle fast charging stations launched in 2012 by Nichicon.9.7. Mazda car supercapacitor exhibited at EVS26 Los Angeles 20129.8. Nippon Chemi-Con low resistance DXE Series priority shown in 20129.9. Exhibit by United ChemiCon at EVS26 Los Angeles10.1. Daikin Industries display on fluorination of supercapacitor electrolytesContact: email@example.com for more information.