Global Markets, Technologies and Devices for EnergyHarvesting -- Focus on the EMEA RegionReport Details:Published:October ...
•Classify the market size for energy harvesters by key classification criteria in terms of dollar and  unit sales.•Classif...
future. Energy harvesters will also power several other device categories that will not be as prolificin number as wireles...
•Japan.•China.•South Korea.•India.•Indonesia.The “Executive Summary” chapter provides the regional breakdown of the dollar...
METHODOLOGYBoth primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report. BCCResearch presents an a...
THROUGH 2017Table 48 : EMEA ENERGY HARVESTER SHIPMENT VOLUMES BY MAJOR REGIONALMARKET, THROUGH 2017Chapter- 6: MAJOR PARTI...
MARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 15 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INTELECOMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS BY GEOGR...
Table 30 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INENVIRONMENTAL AND AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, ...
Table 52 : ITALY’S MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, THROUGH 2017Table 53 : RUSSIAN FEDERATION MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, T...
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Global Markets, Technologies and Devices for Energy Harvesting -- Focus on the EMEA Region

  1. 1. Global Markets, Technologies and Devices for EnergyHarvesting -- Focus on the EMEA RegionReport Details:Published:October 2012No. of Pages: 145Price: Single User License – US$3900REPORT HIGHLIGHTS•The global energy harvesting market was valued at $323 million in 2011 and should reach $514 million in 2012. Total market value is expected to reach nearly $3.1 billion in 2017 after increasing at a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 43.2%.•As a segment, the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) should total $113 million in 2012 and $670 million in 2017, a CAGR of 42.8%.•Germany currently leads energy harvester sales in the EMEA segment and will continue to lead the segment in 2017. The German market should total $26 million in 2012 and $134 million in 2017, a CAGR of 38.8%.INTRODUCTIONEnergy harvesters are interesting examples of nascent yet sophisticated technologies based onwell-established scientific theories. The average age of the scientific theories underlying theenergy conversion technologies covered in this report is in the range of a hundred years. Someenergy harvesters, such as photovoltaic (PV) harvesters, are a mature, well-establishedtechnology; however, many new harvesting technologies have only been designed in the last fiveto 10 years.As is explained later in the report, energy harvesting in the present day context relates to thetapping of existing ambient energy sources for use in power generation in non-grid applicationsand devices.Energy harvesting leaves the field open for a wide range of uses. While the scientific bases ofenergy conversion principles are indisputable and have been well understood for decades, theirapplication remained restricted to limited domains in industry and heavy engineering.This report is an effort to examine the technological and business motivations behind the newinterest in the seemingly limitless number of energy harvesting applications and their marketopportunities.STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESThis study’s goals and objectives include the following:•Forecast the market size for energy harvesters in terms of dollar and unit sales.
  2. 2. •Classify the market size for energy harvesters by key classification criteria in terms of dollar and unit sales.•Classify the market size for energy harvesters by energy source in terms of dollar and unit sales.•Classify the market size for energy harvesters by end application in terms of dollar and unit sales.•Classify the market size for energy harvesters by geographical regions in terms of dollar and unit sales.•Identify the market size for energy harvesters in key countries in terms of dollar and unit sales.•Highlight the roles played by major stakeholders and players.•Provide an overview of the activities of influential companies.•Examine crucial, innovative breakthroughs by means of a detailed patent analysis.REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYEnergy harvesting is a nascent industry underpinned by some relatively old technologies. Itpresents opportunities that are unique in their diversity and marketability. However, the key driverfor the proliferation of energy harvesters is the use of non-conventional materials in mainstreamsemiconductor fabrication technologies. This has created limitless possibilities where everynaturally-occurring energy generating source could be potentially be used in numerousapplications. The looming energy crisis and the global emphasis on the exploration of renewableenergy sources have lent a sense of urgency to the development of the market.This report examines the many factors shaping the energy harvesting market and attempts topresent a snapshot of the end result of their mutual interaction in the shape of qualitative andquantitative analysis of the present day market. It then attempts to forecast how the market islikely to develop in the next five years.In addition to the attractiveness of the energy harvesting market itself, there are more importantreasons for exploring this subject. Energy harvesting finds application in many industries anddisciplines such as energy management, instrumentation, wireless and wireline communication,materials, nanotechnology and regulation.The report examines the energy harvesting market under the following key parameters:•Principal energy sources.•End applications.•Regional dynamics.•Key markets within countries.•Changes in average selling prices (ASPs).The report presents an overview of the interplay between end-use markets and energy sources aswell as between end-use markets and geographical regions. It places one in the context of theother.SCOPE OF THE REPORTThis report presents the forecasts for energy harvesters for 2012 through 2017 on a volume andvalue basis.Sales values are presented in U.S. dollars, while shipment volumes are presented in thousandunits. The choice of thousands as a denomination unit was dictated by the shipment volumes forspecific categories, which would have otherwise appeared too insignificant. It is important to notethat energy harvesters can power wireless sensor nodes, which will ship by the billion in the
  3. 3. future. Energy harvesters will also power several other device categories that will not be as prolificin number as wireless nodes, but will experience tremendous growth as well.These forecasts are further broken down by energy source, end application and geographicalregion.The report covers the following energy sources:•Solar and photovoltaic.•Thermal.•Vibration, displacement and mechanical (including biomechanical and electrostatic); also occasionally referred to as mechanical•Radiation and electromagnetic.•Chemical.The breakdown of end-use applications includes:•Telecommunications.•Building, construction and household devices.•Energy exploration, generation and distribution.•Environmental and agricultural.•Industrial and automotive.•Defense.•Retail and logistics.•Medical.Repetition of the list above and other lists is intentional so that the reader need not refer toprevious chapters while browsing relevant market data.The regional breakdown focuses on the following geographical areas:•The Americas.•Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).•Asia-Pacific (APAC).Country-specific analyses are included for the following countries:•United States.•Canada.•Brazil.•Mexico.•Germany.•France.•Italy.•Spain.•United Kingdom.•The Netherlands.•Russian Federation.•Israel.•South Africa.•Turkey.
  4. 4. •Japan.•China.•South Korea.•India.•Indonesia.The “Executive Summary” chapter provides the regional breakdown of the dollar sales of energyharvesters.The “Fundamentals of Energy Harvesting” chapter introduces energy harvesting, its definition,history, drivers and challenges. It also provides an overview of the larger market and breaks itdown by the key characteristics of principal energy sources and end-use markets.The “Global Markets for Energy Harvesters: Breakdown by Sources and End-use markets”chapter provides an in-depth picture of the energy harvester business opportunity. The dollarsales and shipment volume market for energy harvesters are broken down by energy sources andthen by the end-use markets. The market for individual energy sources in turn is broken down byend-use markets. The market for individual end-use markets is broken down by energy sourcesand geographical regions.The “Regional Analysis” chapters take a closer look at the energy harvester market for the variousregions highlighted in this report.The “Major Participants in the Energy Harvesting Industry” chapter identifies the major categoriesof stakeholders involved in the development and commercialization of energy harvestertechnology.The “U.S. Patent Analysis” chapter covers innovations that impact energy harvesters. Patents arecategorized in terms of energy sources and areas of value, as well on the basis of allocation byyear, assignee countries and assignee organizations.INTENDED AUDIENCEThis report provides a granular analysis of the market for energy harvesters. This report:•Breaks down the market by parameter measured in terms of dollar and unit sales.•Breaks down the market by energy sources in terms dollar and unit sales.•Breaks down the market by end-use application in terms of dollar and unit sales. It further breaks down the volume and value sales of individual end-use markets by energy sources and geographical regions.•Breaks down the market by geographical region in terms of dollar and unit sales.•Identifies the market size of key markets within countries in terms of dollar and unit sales.This report will be valuable to many industry participants, including the following:•Energy conversion specialists.•Semiconductor device makers.•Wireless chipset makers.•Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).•End users and distributors.•Academic and research institutions.•Financial institutions.
  5. 5. METHODOLOGYBoth primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report. BCCResearch presents an analysis across the global market for energy harvesters based on reportedrevenue dollars and units shipped. We also analyzed data gathered from various researchsources via the Internet. Interviews were conducted with well-placed industry sources.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/199619-global-markets-technologies-and-devices-for-energy-harvesting-focus-on-the-emea-region.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTABLE OF CONTENTSChapter- 1: INTRODUCTIONSTUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYSCOPE OF THE REPORTINTENDED AUDIENCEMETHODOLOGYINFORMATION SOURCESAUTHOR CREDENTIALSRELATED BCC PUBLICATIONSBCC ONLINE SERVICESDISCLAIMERChapter- 2: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYTable Summary : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS BY GEOGRAPHICALREGION, THROUGH 2017Figure Summary : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS BY GEOGRAPHICALREGION, 2010-2017Chapter- 3: FUNDAMENTALS OF ENERGY HARVESTINGWHAT IS ENERGY?OVERVIEW OF THE MARKETChapter- 4: GLOBAL ENERGY HARVESTING MARKET: BREAKDOWN BY ENERGYSOURCE AND END-USE MARKETENERGY SOURCESEND-USE MARKETSChapter- 5: EMEA MARKETNOTABLE PLAYERSRECENT DEVELOPMENTSMAJOR REGIONAL MARKETS IN THE EMEAPROSPECTS FOR INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS IN THE EMEAPATENT ANALYSISTable 47 : EMEA ENERGY HARVESTER SALES REVENUES BY MAJOR REGIONAL MARKET,
  6. 6. THROUGH 2017Table 48 : EMEA ENERGY HARVESTER SHIPMENT VOLUMES BY MAJOR REGIONALMARKET, THROUGH 2017Chapter- 6: MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE ENERGY HARVESTING INDUSTRYSTAKEHOLDER CATEGORIESPROFILES OF INFLUENTIAL PLAYERSChapter- 7: U.S. PATENT ANALYSISINTRODUCTIONTRENDS BY CATEGORYTRENDS BY YEARTRENDS BY COUNTRYTRENDS BY ASSIGNEELIST OF TABLESSummary Table : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS BY GEOGRAPHICALREGION, THROUGH 2017Table 1 : GLOBAL ENERGY HARVESTER SALES VOLUMES BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION,THROUGH 2017Table 2 : GLOBAL ENERGY HARVESTER SALES REVENUES BY ENERGY SOURCE,THROUGH 2017Table 3 : GLOBAL ENERGY HARVESTER SALES VOLUMES BY ENERGY SOURCE,THROUGH 2017Table 4 : GLOBAL ENERGY HARVESTER SALES REVENUES BY END-USE MARKET,THROUGH 2017Table 5 : GLOBAL SOLAR AND PV ENERGY HARVESTER SALES REVENUES BY END-USEMARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 6 : GLOBAL SOLAR AND PV ENERGY HARVESTER SALES VOLUMES BY END-USEMARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 7 : GLOBAL THERMAL ENERGY HARVESTER SALES REVENUES BY END-USEMARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 8 : GLOBAL THERMAL ENERGY HARVESTER SALES VOLUMES BY END-USEMARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 9 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FOR VIBRATION, DISPLACEMENT AND MECHANICAL*SOURCE BASED ENERGY HARVESTERS BY END-USE MARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 10 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF VIBRATION, DISPLACEMENT AND MECHANICAL*SOURCE BASED ENERGY HARVESTERS BY END-USE MARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 11 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM RADIATION AND ELECTROMAGNETICSOURCE BASED ENERGY HARVESTERS BY END-USE MARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 12 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF RADIATION AND ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGYSOURCE BASED ENERGY HARVESTERS BY END-USE MARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 13 : GLOBAL CHEMICAL ENERGY HARVESTER SALES REVENUES BY END-USEMARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 14 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF CHEMICAL ENERGY HARVESTERS BY END-USE
  7. 7. MARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 15 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INTELECOMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 16 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INTELECOMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 17 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INTELECOMMUNICATIONS APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 18 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INTELECOMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 19 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN BUILDING,CONSTRUCTION AND HOME AUTOMATION APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION,THROUGH 2017Table 20 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN BUILDING,CONSTRUCTION AND HOME AUTOMATION APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION,THROUGH 2017Table 21 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN BUILDING,CONSTRUCTION AND HOME AUTOMATION APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE,THROUGH 2017Table 22 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN BUILDING,CONSTRUCTION AND HOME AUTOMATION APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE,THROUGH 2017Table 23 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN ENERGYEXPLORATION, GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICALREGION, THROUGH 2017Table 24 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN ENERGYEXPLORATION, GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICALREGION, THROUGH 2017Table 25 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN ENERGYEXPLORATION, GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE,THROUGH 2017Table 26 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN ENERGYEXPLORATION, GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE,THROUGH 2017Table 27 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INENVIRONMENTAL AND AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION,THROUGH 2017Table 28 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INENVIRONMENTAL AND AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION,THROUGH 2017Table 29 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INENVIRONMENTAL AND AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH2017
  8. 8. Table 30 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED INENVIRONMENTAL AND AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH2017Table 31 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN INDUSTRIALAND AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 32 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN INDUSTRIAL ANDAUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 33 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN INDUSTRIALAND AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 34 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN INDUSTRIAL ANDAUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 35 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN DEFENSEAPPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 36 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN DEFENSEAPPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 37 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN DEFENSEAPPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 38 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN DEFENSEAPPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 39 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN RETAIL ANDLOGISTICS APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 40 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN RETAIL ANDLOGISTICS APPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 41 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN RETAIL ANDLOGISTICS APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 42 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN RETAIL ANDLOGISTICS APPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 43 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN MEDICALAPPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 44 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN MEDICALAPPLICATIONS BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, THROUGH 2017Table 45 : GLOBAL SALES REVENUES FROM ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN MEDICALAPPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 46 : GLOBAL SALES VOLUMES OF ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN MEDICALAPPLICATIONS BY ENERGY SOURCE, THROUGH 2017Table 47 : EMEA ENERGY HARVESTER SALES REVENUES BY MAJOR REGIONAL MARKET,THROUGH 2017Table 48 : EMEA ENERGY HARVESTER SHIPMENT VOLUMES BY MAJOR REGIONALMARKET, THROUGH 2017Table 49 : GERMANY’S MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, THROUGH 2017Table 50 : FRANCE’S MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTER, THROUGH 2017Table 51 : U.K. MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, THROUGH 2017
  9. 9. Table 52 : ITALY’S MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, THROUGH 2017Table 53 : RUSSIAN FEDERATION MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, THROUGH 2017Table 54 : SPAIN’S MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, THROUGH 2017Table 55 : ISRAEL’S ENERGY HARVESTER SALES REVENUES AND VOLUMES, THROUGH2017Table 56 : SOUTH AFRICA’S MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, THROUGH 2017Table 57 : THE NETHERLANDS’ MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, THROUGH 2017Table 58 : TURKEYS MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS, THROUGH 2017Table 59 : EMEA MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN TELECOMMUNICATIONSAPPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2017Table 60 : EMEA MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN BUILDING,CONSTRUCTION AND HOME AUTOMATION APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2017Table 61 : EMEA MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN ENERGY APPLICATIONS,THROUGH 2017Table 62 : EMEA MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN ENVIRONMENTAL ANDAGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2017Table 63 : EMEA MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN INDUSTRIAL ANDAUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2017Table 64 : EMEA MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN DEFENSE APPLICATIONS,THROUGH 2017Table 65 : EMEA MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN RETAIL AND LOGISTICSAPPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2017Table 66 : EMEA MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS USED IN MEDICAL APPLICATIONS,THROUGH 2017Table 67 : U.S. PATENTS ON ENERGY HARVESTING TECHNOLOGIES ISSUED TOASSIGNEES FROM THE EMEA REGION, 1976 TO JULY 2012Table 68 : CLASSIFICATION OF U.S. PATENTS ON ENERGY HARVESTING TECHNOLOGIESBY CATEGORY, 1976 TO JULY 2012Table 69 : U.S. PATENT TRENDS IN ENERGY HARVESTING, 1976 TO JULY 2012Table 70 : SHARES OF U.S. PATENTS RELATED TO ENERGY HARVESTING BY COUNTRY,1976 TO JULY 2012Table 71 : ASSIGNEES WITH THREE OR MORE U.S. PATENTS ON ENERGY HARVESTINGTECHNOLOGIES, 1976 TO JULY 2012LIST OF FIGURESSummary Figure : GLOBAL MARKET FOR ENERGY HARVESTERS BY GEOGRAPHICALREGION, 2010-2017Contact: sales@reportsandreports.com for more information.

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