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NEXT GENERATION ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES (EST) MARKET PROSPECTS 2016

NEXT GENERATION ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES (EST) MARKET PROSPECTS 2016

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Management Report
Published: April 2016
Pages: 209
Tables: For full details, please email deborahf@cmsinfo.com
From: GBP 1999.00  Buy Now!
Research from: Visiongain
Sector: Energy

Analysis of Technology Maturity, Performance & Commercialisation of Mechanical (Innovative PHS, AA-CAES, Isothermal CAES & LAES), Chemical (Hydrogen Storage & Fuel Cells), Electrical (SMES) & Electrochemical (Lithium-Air, Lithium-Sulphur, Magnesium-Ion & Zinc-Air Batteries)

Report Details
Visiongain has established that three of the ten most promising emerging energy storage technologies will reach full commercialisation by 2020. In addition to analysing the drivers and restraints of the emerging EST market, the report provides a detailed analysis of performance, advantages and disadvantages and outlook for every technology considered: Innovative PHS, adiabatic compressed air energy storage, liquid air energy storage, large-scale hydrogen storage systems and hydrogen fuel cells, superconducting magnetic energy storage, lithium-air batteries, lithium-sulphur batteries, magnesium-ion batteries and zinc-air batteries. In addition to a detailed study of each key emerging EST, the report also offers insight into how the performance and outlook of emerging technologies compares to the main commercially mature technologies and what the conditions for the development of emerging technologies are like in the key regional market spaces.

The report is essential reading for stakeholders or anyone interested in the changing dynamics of power networks and the energy storage market. Do not miss an opportunity to get a one-stop review of all emerging EST technologies. Purchasing this report today will help you to recognise important market opportunities and understand the possibilities there.

The report will answer questions such as:
• How is the EST market evolving?
• What are the key next-generation energy storage technologies?
• What are the main applications of energy storage technologies? How do the next generation ESTs fit into the market?
• At what stage of development are the key next-generation technologies? Are there any planned, existing or successful demonstration and pilot projects?
• What key challenges do next-generation energy storage technologies have to overcome to become fully commercially viable? Is their development and commercialisation dependant on cost reductions or technological breakthroughs?
• What is the outlook for key emerging energy storage technologies?
• How do the performance characteristics of next-generation ESTs differ from those of established technologies?
• Which companies, organisations and actors are involved with next-generation energy storage technologies?
• What is driving and restraining the development and commercialisation of next-generation energy storage technologies?
• Which market spaces are the most active in the development of next-generation energy storage technologies? How do the conditions for the development and deployment of energy storage technologies differ in key regional markets?

How will you benefit from this report?
• This report you will keep your knowledge base up to speed. Don’t get left behind.
• This report will allow you to reinforce strategic decision-making based upon definitive and reliable market data.
• You will learn how to exploit new technological trends.
• You will be able to realise your company’s full potential within the market.
• You will better understand the competitive landscape and identify potential new business opportunities and partnerships.

Five reasons why you must order and read this report today:

1) The report provides a detailed analysis of ten of the most promising emerging energy storage technologies, including information on performance characteristics, key advantages and limitations, intended applications, potential competitors, current uptake and location of demonstration plants and technology developers:
• Innovative pumped hydro storage (PHS)
• Adiabatic and isothermal compressed air energy storage (AA-CAES)
• Liquid air energy storage (LAES)
• Large-scale hydrogen energy storage and hydrogen fuel cells
• Superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES)
• Lithium-air batteries
• Lithium-sulphur batteries
• Magnesium-ion batteries
• Zinc-air batteries

Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies (EST) Market Prospects 2016: Analysis of Technology Maturity, Performance & Commercialisation of Mechanical (Innovative PHS, AA-CAES, Isothermal CAES & LAES), Chemical (Hydrogen Storage & Fuel Cells), Electrical (SMES) & Electrochemical (Lithium-Air, Lithium-Sulphur, Magnesium-Ion & Zinc-Air Batteries)
 
2) The report analyses the outlook for each of the emerging technologies, providing information on expected progression to commercialisation and expected deployment, by focusing on:
• Stage of development and current uptake for early commercial technologies, or existing and planned pilot and demonstration plants
• Performance characteristics
• The ability of each technology to use existing supply chains
• The maturity and safety of the components used by each technology
• Technological limitations, and factors affecting commercial viability
• Any potential associated requirements (e.g. infrastructure)
• The availability of RD&D funding and government support
• The intended applications of the technology and competition from other established and emerging ESTs

3) The report also includes a chapter dedicated to a detailed comparative assessment of emerging and established energy storage technologies, focusing on their:
• Performance characteristics (capacity, round-trip efficiency, lifecycle)
• The maturity and limitations to further development or commercialisation
• Suitability for different types of applications

4) The analysis is underpinned by exclusive interviews with leading experts and technology developers, providing unique insight into the technology development process, planned demonstration plants and expected commercialisation dates:
• Gareth Brett from Highview Power
• Paul DiRenzo, Jr. from Peak Hour Power
• Philippe Bouchard from EoS Energy Storage
• Giw Zanganeh from Airlight Energy

5) The report concludes with an analysis of the leading regional market spaces involved in the development and deployment of emerging energy storage technologies
• North America
• Europe
• Asia

This independent, 209 page report offers you a unique opportunity to receive a one-stop review of all key emerging energy storage technologies, their capacity, round-trip efficiency, lifecycle, maturity and prospects. With 131 tables and figures examining the emerging EST market space, the report gives you a comprehensive overview of the prospects for emerging technologies PLUS information on key demonstration and pilot projects and expected commercialisation dates. Do not miss an opportunity to gain a comprehensive understanding of all key emerging energy storage technologies, and their comparison to existing energy storage technologies.

Who should read this report?
• Anyone within the energy storage technologies value chain
• Energy storage technology developers
• Venture capital firms and angel investors interested in energy storage
• CEOs
• COOs
• CIOs
• Business development managers
• Marketing managers
• Technologists
• Suppliers
• Investors
• Banks
• Government agencies
• Contractors
• Transmission and distribution system operators
• Electricity sector utilities
• Operators and owners of CSP plants

Companies Listed
ABB Group
A123 Systems
Air Liquide
Air Products
Airbus Defense and Space
ALACAES
Alpiq
Axpo
Ballard Power Systems
Bruker
Chubu Electric
DLR
Dresser Rand
E.ON
Eagle Crest Energy
EDF
Electric Power Development Co.,
Ener1
Enercon
Energias de Portugal
EnZinc
Eos Energy Storage
Fluidic Energy
Fujikura
Furukawa Electric
Gartner
General Compression
General Electric
General Motors
Grid Logic
Gridflex Energy LLC Principals
Highview Power
Hitachi
Honda
Hydrogenics
IBM
Illwerge AG
ITM Power
J-Power
Linde
Magnum Energy Storage
Mercedes-Benz
Nissan
Norsk Hydro
Oxis Energy
Pacific Gas and Electric
Peak Hour Power LLC
Pellion Technologies
PG&E
Phinergy
PJM
Proinso
Proton Motor
Proton Motor
ReVolt Technology
RWE
Siemens Dailmer
Sion Power
Sony
Superconductor Technologies
SuperPower
SustainX
Tesla
Texas Center for Superconductivity
Thüga
Toyota
UTC Power
Valence Technology
Verbund
Volkswagen
ZAF Energy Systems
Züblin

Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E)
Brookhaven National Laboratory
California Public Utility Commission (CPUC)
Cambridge University
China Electrical Power Research Initiative (CEPRI)
Companies and organisations to look into
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
Electric Vehicle Initiative (EVI)
Electricity Storage Association
European Commission
European Institute for Energy Research (EIFER)
European Parliament
European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA)
European Union (EU)
Fraunhofer Center for Energy Storage
Fraunhofer Institute
German National Research Center for Aeronautics
Germany Federal Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW)
Germany Federal Association of Energy Storage (BVES)
Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)
Hessian Ministry for the Environment, Energy, Agriculture and Consumer Protection
High Energy Research Organisation
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Italian Ministry of Economy and Finances
Japan the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
National Energy Administration (NEA)
Ontario Ministry of Energy
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
REN21 (The Renewable Energy Network for the 21st Century)
Southern California Edison
Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE)
Texas Centre for Superconductivity
Toyota Research Institute of North America (TRINA)
UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
UK National Grid
United States Department of Energy (DOE).
Universität Magdeburg
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC)
US Energy Information Administration (EIA)
US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO)

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