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Energy harvesting and related energy storage devices

  1. 1. Energy Harvesting and Related Energy Storage Devices:Worldwide Forecasts, Fourth Editionhttp://www.aarkstore.com/reports/Energy-Harvesting-and-Related-Energy-Storage-Devices-Worldwide-Forecasts-Fourth-Edition-216578.htmlEnergy Harvesting Market – Global Forecast & Analysis (2012 – 2017) By Technology (Light,Thermoelectric, Vibration, Electromagnetic, Fluid & Others), Application (Aerospace &Military, Consumer Electronics, Building & Home Automation, Wireless Sensor Networks,Industrial/Manufacturing, Bicycle Dynamo) & Geography.Analysis of Energy Harvesting ApplicationsEnergy Harvesting and Related Energy Storage Devices: Worldwide Forecasts, Fourth EditionThermoelectric Energy Harvesting: Devices, Applications & Opportunities 2012-2022Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting 2013-2023: Forecasts, Technologies, PlayersEnergy Harvesting for Electric Vehicles 2012-2022Wireless Sensor Networks Market to 2016 - Energy Harvesting Techniques to Create NewOpportunitiesEnergy Harvesting Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, Nanotechnology, 2012to 2018Energy Harvesting Technologies & Energy Storage: Worldwide Forecasts, Second EditionExecutive SummaryAlthough Energy Harvesting and related Energy Storage devices are still considered an emerging technology, products are nowavailable commercially, driven by developments in areas that are, themselves, emergingapplications. In fact, the number of applications that can be powered by some form of energyharvesting technology is growing, and the wireless sensors nodes used in the respectiveapplications: Industrial Process, Building Automation, Environmental Monitoring, etc. arebecoming more efficient and are operating with less power.According to our latest analysis, the Energy Harvesting market has been negatively impacted inthe near-term by the general down-turn in the economy and particularly by the slow-down in theconstruction and building industry. Some sectors, such as building and home automation, havebeing affected more than others, especially with the decline in new housing starts and othercommercial real estate issues. However, the ability of energy harvesting devices to deliverincreasing amounts of energy has grown faster than anticipated and the energy needs, and costsof sensors and related electronics has dropped. As a result, the energy harvesting market shouldbe well positioned for accelerated growth over the next several years.Those developments are expected to make energy harvesting solutions more economicallyattractive, resulting in increased growth later in the forecast period, as energy markets recover.The Darnell Group has identified the potential market for Energy Harvesting wireless sensornodes in eight specific application sectors. (The nodes are the focus of this forecast because theyare the devices that require powering.) The applications are Building Automation, HomeAutomation, Automotive/Tire Pressure Sensors (TPMS), Environmental Monitoring, Medical,Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID), Industrial Process and Military/Aerospace.Each of these applications is expected to see slower growth in the early years, followed by muchfaster growth later in the forecast period.The worldwide energy harvesting sensor node unit market is projected to grow from 42.5 millionunits in 2012 to 375.2 million units in 2017, at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of54.6%. Driven by substantial growth in all applications, especially Building Automation andRFID, the largest regional market over the forecast period will be North America, which willmake up over 53.0% of the energy harvesting node unit market in 2012. Driven by growth in thelarge building automation sector and the strong influence of the alternative energy industry, thefastest growing unit market will be the European region, which is expected to increase at aCAGR of 61.3% over the forecast period.
  2. 2. Wireless energy harvesting sensors are also expected to provide an opportunity for buildingowners to contribute to the “Greening” of the environment. According to the U.S. Department ofEnergy, buildings consume 39% of the energy and 74% of the electricity produced annually inthe United States. For building owners, the adoption of self-powered wireless sensors couldmean not only reduced energy costs and tax incentives, but also improved tenancy rates andhigher per-square-foot revenue as prospective commercial and residential tenants demandimproved energy efficiency.Building Automation was one of the first applications to adopt both wireless sensor networks andenergy harvesting solutions on a large commercial scale, and it is expected to present one of thebest opportunities in the energy harvesting node market. Despite the opportunities in thissegment, it will maintain one of the lower growth rates among the applications presented. One ofthe reasons for this is that it is a more mature application and will start with a higher unitnumber. Building automation is considered an “early adopter” of energy harvesting technologies,and other segments are expected to catch up to it as costs come down.As an emerging technology, the further development of the energy harvesting market is highlyreliant on the adoption of standards and regulations. Their adoption is expected to accelerate thedevelopment and implementation of energy-optimized wireless sensors and wireless sensornetworks. Standards are also projected to open up new markets and areas of application forenergy harvesting solutions.One of the more important new standards for 2012 is ISO/IEC 14543-3-10 – for wirelessapplications with ultra-low power consumption. This standard was ratified by the InternationalElectrotechnical Commission (IEC) and is the first and only wireless standard that is alsooptimized for energy harvesting solutions. It lays the foundation for fully interoperable, openwireless technology comparable to standards such as Bluetooth and WiFi. The new standard isgeared to wireless sensors and wireless sensor networks with ultra-low power consumption.This report also looks at four energy harvesting technologies: photovoltaic, thermoelectric/other,mechanical vibration/piezoelectric, and radio frequency (RF). Enough commercial developmenthas occurred since the last report to look at these markets in detail – both in terms of thetechnologies themselves, as well as which technologies are exhibiting the most commercialadoption. Of these, Mechanical Vibration/Piezoelectric is expected to be the largest segment. Infact, harvesting energy from “waste” vibration present in the environment has seen an increasinginterest over the past several years as part of the general heightened awareness for alternativeenergy sources.Energy storage is also projected to play an essential role in ambient energy harvesting systems.Although energy harvesting is often described as a “battery-less” technology, in reality, in manyapplications energy harvesting will be used to run devices when they can, but then need to storeexcess energy for later use. Both primary and especially rechargeable batteries are seen as aconcurrent and critical market with energy harvesting solutions. The forecasts and discussionpresented in the report look at the role of battery solutions in energy harvesting technology.Although Energy Harvesting and related Energy Storage devices represent an emerging industry, it is already providingopportunitiesfor a number of industries and applications. In this report over 50 illustrations are presenteddepicting a variety of growth rates, market shares, technology comparisons and other relevantinformation. The focus of this comprehensive analysis is to provide decision makers with aninsightful look into the current opportunities in the Energy Harvesting market.Companies MentionedABB, ASHRAE, BACnet, BASF, Bekaert NV, Boeing, CAP XX , Caterpillar, Cedar Point Capital, Changchun Institute of AppliedChemistry, Chart Venture Partners, CIC Group, CNANE, ConQuip, Inc, Cymbet Corporation, Daimler Chrysler, Dow Ventures, DustNetworks Inc., Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne, Ecotricity, Emerson Electric, EnOcean., EnOcean Alliance, Esensors,European Aeronautic Defense and Space Company, Face International, Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques,G24 Innovations, General Electric, Halle, Harris & Harris Group, Inc, Helmet Capital, Honeywell, Department of InformaticsHumboldt University (HU) Berlin, IEEE, Ignite Group, IMST, In-QTel, Infineon Technologies AG, Infinite Power Solutions, IntelCapital, International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), International Journal of Materials and Structural Integrity, ITOCHUCorporation, ITOCHU Technology Ventures, Inc, Jennic, KNX, Korea Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, LeGrand, Leviton, LinearTechnology, LonWorks, Marlow Industries, Maxim Integrated Products, Micro Crystal, Microchip, Micropelt GmbH, Micropower,Micross Components, Morgan Stanley, Motorola, MSX Technology, Nanotechnology Industrialization Base of China, NextremeThermal Solutions, Onyx Solar, Persus LLC, Perpetuum, Powercast Corp., RedShift Ventures, RTI International, Siemens, SolarPrint, South Korean Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, Streetline Networks, SunSpec Alliance, Tadiran Batteries,Texas Instruments, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, University of California at Los Angeles, US Air Force Instituteof Technology, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration,Vigilent, WirelessHART, X-FAB, ZigBee AllianceCountries Covered
  3. 3. WorldwideDescriptionVarious Energy Harvesting and Energy Storage products and technologies are already providing sales opportunities across a rangeof applications. This comprehensive analysis provides decision makers with an insightful look into the current and futureopportunities and threats available in the global markets for Energy Harvesting and Energy Storage devices. Topics include:Emerging Trends and DevelopmentsRecent Developments in Power Management ICsStandards and Regulations UpdateAssumptions and MethodologyEnergy Harvesting Applications ForecastsEnergy Harvesting Technology ForecastsEnergy Storage Forecasts by Storage TechnologyEnergy Storage Applications ForecastsSelective Company ProfilesTable of Contents :Introduction ..................................................................................................................... 6Energy Harvesting Background ....................................................................................... 8Emerging Trends and Developments ....................................................................... 11Recent Developments in Power Management ICs................................................... 14Standards and Regulations Update ......................................................................... 15Assumptions and Methodology ..................................................................................... 17Energy Harvesting Application Forecasts ...................................................................... 19Regional….. ............................................................................................................. 19Building Automation ................................................................................................. 21Home Automation .................................................................................................... 26Building/Home Automation Systems .................................................................. 26Automotive ............................................................................................................... 29Environmental Monitoring ........................................................................................ 30Medical .................................................................................................................... 31Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) ..................................................................... 32Industrial Process .................................................................................................... 34Military/Aerospace and Related ............................................................................... 36Energy Harvesting Application Forecasts (excluding RFID) .......................................... 37Energy Harvesting Technology Forecasts ..................................................................... 42Forecasts by Technology and Applications .............................................................. 53Energy Storage Forecasts ............................................................................................. 63Energy Storage Forecasts by Application ..................................................................... 69Selective Company Profiles .......................................................................................... 78Cymbet Corporation. ................................................................................................ 78Dust Networks Inc. ................................................................................................... 79EnOcean. ................................................................................................................. 79Face International .................................................................................................... 80G24 Innovations ....................................................................................................... 80Infinite Power Solutions ........................................................................................... 81Marlow Industries ..................................................................................................... 82Micropelt GmbH ....................................................................................................... 82Nextreme Thermal Solutions ................................................................................... 83Perpetuum ............................................................................................................... 84Powercast Corp. ...................................................................................................... 84Solar Print ................................................................................................................ 85Tadiran Batteries ...................................................................................................... 86List of ExhibitsTables
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Table 1 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application (millions ofunits) ........................................................................................................................... 23Table 2 – North America Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application(millions of units) .......................................................................................................... 24Table 3 – Europe Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application (millions ofunits) ............................................................................................................................ 25Table 4 – Asia Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application(millions of units) .......................................................................................................... 25Table 5 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, Building/HomeAutomation Systems (millions of units) ......................................................................... 27Table 6 – North America Energy Harvesting Nodes, Building/HomeAutomation Systems (millions of units) ......................................................................... 28Table 7 – Europe Energy Harvesting Nodes, Building/Home AutomationSystems (millions of units) ............................................................................................ 28Table 8 – Asia Energy Harvesting Nodes, Building/Home AutomationSystems (millions of units) ............................................................................................ 29Table 9 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application (excludingRFID) (millions of units) ................................................................................................ 37Table 10 – North America Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application(excluding RFID) (millions of units) ............................................................................... 39Table 11 – Europe Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application (excludingRFID) (millions of units) ................................................................................................ 40Table 12 – Asia Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application (excludingRFID) (millions of units) ................................................................................................ 40Table 13 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology (millionsof units) ........................................................................................................................ 43Table 14 – North America Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology(millions of units) .......................................................................................................... 44Table 15 – Europe Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology (millions ofunits) ........................................................................................................................... 46Table 16 – Asia Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology (millions ofunits) ............................................................................................................................. 46Table 17 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology andApplication (millions of units) ........................................................................................ 59Table 18 – North America Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology andApplication (millions of units) ........................................................................................ 60Table 19 – Europe Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology andApplication (millions of units) ........................................................................................ 61Table 20 – Asia Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology and Application(millions of units) .......................................................................................................... 62Table 21 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application andEnergy Storage (millions of units) ................................................................................ 65Table 22 – North America Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application andEnergy Storage (millions of units) ................................................................................ 66Table 23 – Europe Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application and EnergyStorage (millions of units) ............................................................................................. 67Table 24 – Asia Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application and EnergyStorage (millions of units) ............................................................................................. 68Table 25 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Energy Storage andApplication (millions of units) ........................................................................................ 72Table 26 – North America Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Energy Storageand Application (millions of units) ................................................................................. 73Table 27 – Europe Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Energy Storage andApplication (millions of units) ........................................................................................ 74Table 28 – Asia Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Energy Storage andApplication (millions of units) ........................................................................................ 75GraphsGraph 1 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application (regionalmarket share) ............................................................................................................... 20Graph 2 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Application (excludingRFID) (application market share) ................................................................................. 41Graph 3 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology (marketshare) ........................................................................................................................... 47Graph 4 – North America Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology
  5. 5. (market share) .............................................................................................................. 47Graph 5 – Europe Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology (marketshare) ........................................................................................................................... 48Graph 6 – Asia Energy Harvesting Nodes, by Technology (market share) .................. 48Graph 7 – Energy Harvesting Nodes, Photovoltaics (regional marketshare) ........................................................................................................................... 49Graph 8 – Energy Harvesting Nodes, Thermoelectric/Other (regionalmarket share) ............................................................................................................... 50Graph 9 – Energy Harvesting Nodes, Mechanical Vibration/Piezoelectric(regional market share) ................................................................................................ 51Graph 10 – Energy Harvesting Nodes, Radio Frequency (regional marketshare) ........................................................................................................................... 52Graph 11 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, Primary Batteries(regional market share) ................................................................................................ 56Graph 12 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, Rechargeable Batteries(regional market share) ................................................................................................ 57Graph 13 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, No Battery (regionalmarket share) ............................................................................................................... 58Graph 14 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes, RechargeableBatteries, by Application (regional market share) ......................................................... 76Graph 15 – North America Energy Harvesting Nodes, RechargeableBatteries by Application (regional market share) .......................................................... 76Graph 16 – Europe Energy Harvesting Nodes, Rechargeable Batteries, by Application (regional market share).............................................................................. 77Graph 17 – Asia Energy Harvesting Nodes, Rechargeable Batteries, byApplication (regional market share) .............................................................................. 77FiguresFigure 1 – Typical Energy Harvesting System or Wireless Sensor Nodes ………….… . 9Figure 2 – Wireless Sensor Stationary Mesh Network ……………………………….…. 10Figure 3 – Wireless Sensor Portable/Mobile Mesh Network ………………………….….11Figure 4 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes Building Automation……………… …14Figure 5 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Ind. Converging Technologies .................... 15Figure 6 – Worldwide Energy Harvesting Nodes Forecast Methodology ..................... 18Related Keywords : Energy, Harvesting, Related, Energy, Storage, Devices,Worldwide, Forecasts, Fourth, Edition, Marketresearch reports, Market growth, Market size, Market trends, Market forecasts, Market analysis, Marketing report,Company reports, Company,Profiles, Company Information, Country,reportsFor More details about above & other Reports plz contact :PranaliAarkstore.comContact: Marketing teamMob.No.918149852585Email: enquiry@aarkstore.com , discount@aarkstore.comURL: http://www.aarkstore.comhttp://in.linkedin.com/in/aarkstorehttp://www.facebook.com/aarkstore

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