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Energy Storage Technologies (EST) Market 2015-2025

by WoR Network EditorOctober 20, 2015

CAPEX and Capacity Forecasts for PHS, CAES, Batteries, Thermal Energy Storage, Flywheels and Ultracapacitors

Visiongain has calculated that the global EST market will see CAPEX of $7.013bn in 2015, including spending on commercial and RD&D operations in the CAES, PHS, Battery, Thermal Energy Storage, Flywheels and Ultracapacitors technology submarkets. This report addresses the development of the global energy storage technologies market, analysing the prospects for 6 technology submarkets and 10 key national markets, and including both CAPEX and EST capacity installations for the period 2015-2025. It is essential reading for stakeholders in the power networks and energy storage environments. Do not miss an opportunity to remain informed of key market dynamics and investment opportunities.

The report will answer questions such as:
• How is the EST market evolving?
• What are the leading EST technologies?
• How do the performance characteristics, capital costs and applications of different EST differ? How are they expected to evolve over the forecast period?
• How will the installed capacity of different ESTs change over the next 10 years?
• How does the current regulatory market affect the outlook of ESTs in different national markets?
• What are the prospects for each of the national EST markets over the next decade?
• What are the prospects of each of the 6 technology submarkets over the forecast period?
• Who are the main companies in the EST market?
• What are the main emerging EST technologies?

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 CAPEX and capacity forecasts and analyses for the 6 main commercial EST technologies from 2015-2025

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com
– Pumped hydro storage
– Batteries
– Compressed Air Energy Storage
– Thermal energy storage
– Ultra capacitors

2) The report includes CAPEX forecasts and detailed analysis of developments in 10 National markets from 2015 to 2025
– Chinese EST Market Forecast 2015-2025
– Japanese EST Market Forecast 2015-2025
– South Korean EST Market Forecast 2015-2025
– Indian EST Market Forecast 2015-2025
– United States EST Market Forecast 2015-2025
– German EST Market Forecast 2015-2025
– French EST Market Forecast 2015-2025
– United Kingdom EST Market Forecast 2015-2025
– Italian Market Forecast 2015-2025
– Spanish EST Market Forecast 2015-2025
– ‘Rest of the World’ EST Market Forecast 2015-2025

3) The report also includes tabled breakdowns of the performance characteristics of the 6 main commercial energy storage technologies, including their:
– Power Rating (kWs, MWs, GWs)
– Energy Rating (secs, mins, hrs)
– Round trip efficiency (%)
– Power cost ($/kW)
– Energy cost ($/kWh)
– Lifetime
– Response Time

In addition, an overview of the main applications of energy storage technologies in the power sector is provided with a matrix analysis of the suitability of different EST technologies for these applications.

4) The analysis is also underpinned by our exclusive interviews with leading experts:
Gareth Brett and Emma Gibson from Highview Power
Bill Radvak and Brian Beck from American Vanadium
Philippe Bouchard from Eos Energy Storage
– Giw Zanganeh Airlight Energy

5) The report includes detailed profiles of a selection of companies operating within each EST submarket, including an overview of their key projects.

This independent, 290+ page report guarantees you will remain better informed than your competitors. With 184 tables and figures examining the EST market space, the report gives you an immediate, one-stop breakdown of your market. PLUS capital expenditure forecasts, as well as analysis, from 2015-2025 will keep your knowledge that one step ahead of your rivals.

Who should read this report?
• Anyone within the Energy storage technologies value chain
• 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

Dont miss out
This report is essential reading for you or anyone in the power sector and energy storage sector with an interest in energy storage technologies. Purchasing this report today will help you to recognise important market opportunities and understand the possibilities there.

Order the Energy Storage Technologies (EST) Market 2015-2025  report now. We look forward to receiving your order.

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com

To request an exec summary of this report please email Sara Peerun at sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com or call Tel: +44 (0) 20 7336 6100

Or click on https://www.visiongain.com/Report/1516/Energy-Storage-Technologies-(EST)-Market-2015-2025

Companies Listed

A123 Systems
Abatel
Active Power
AES Corporation
AES Energy Storage
Airlight Energy/ ALACAES
Alstom
Alstom Grid
Amber Kinetics
American Electric Power (AEP)
Andritz
Angel Holdings
Applied Power
Aquion Energy
Arizona Public Service Company
Altair Nanotechnologies Inc. (Altairnano)
Austin Energy
Axion Power
Bard
Beacon Power
Beta R&D
Black & Veatch
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF)
BMW
Bosch
Boston Power Inc.
BYD Co Ltd.
C&D Technologies Inc.
Calisolar
Cellstrom
China Hydropower Engineering Consulting Group Corporation
China National Electric Equipment Corporation (CNEEC)
China Southern Power Grid
China Water Conservancy Corporation
Coca-Cola
Con Edison
CSG Power Generation Company
Daewoo
DayStar Technologies
Deeya Energy
DLR
Dongfang Electric
Dow Chemical Company
Dow Kokam
Dresser Industries
Dresser-Rand Group
Duke Energy
E.On
East Penn Manufacturing
Ecoult
Électricité Réseau Distribution France (ERDF)
Electrovaya
Enel
Energy Safe Victoria
Energy Storage & Power (ESP)
EnerSys
EnerVault
Eos Energy Storage
Epsilon Battery
Excell Battery
Exide Technologies
FIAMM
Firefly International Energy
Forbes
Foundation Asset Management (FAM)
Gaia Akkumulatorenwerke
General Compression
General Electric (GE)
Gildemeister
Google
GP Batteries
Green Charge Networks (GCN)
Groupe Industriel Marcel Dassault
GS Yuasa
GS Yuasa International
GS Yuasa Power Fielding
GSR Ventures
Harting Inc.
Highview Power Storage
Hitachi
Hitachi Battery Systems Company
HydroChina Zhongnan Engineering Corp.
Ingersoll Rand
Isentropic Ltd.
Johnson Controls Inc.
Johnson Matthey Group
KT
LG Chem
LightSail Energy
Lithium Technology Corp. (LTC)
M+W Group
Maxwell Technologies
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI)
MWH Global
Nedap
Nesscap Energy
Nexeon
NGK Insulators
Nichicon Corporation
Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation
Oak Investment Partners
Palladium Energy
Panasonic Corporation
Phillips Service Industries
Plug Power
Powerthru
Primus Power Corp.
Proterra
Prudent Energy
Red Flow Ltd.
Restore Energy Systems
Rockland Capital
Rusano
RWE Power
Saft
Saft
Samsung Corporation
Samsung SDI
Sanyo Electric
Schluchseewerk
Seeo Inc.
Shimizu Corporation
Shimizu Institute of Technology
Siemens
Sinohydro (China Water Conservancy and Hydropower Construction Corporation)
SK Telecom
Solyndra
Sony Corporation
Southern California Edison
Stadtwerke Mainz
State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC)
Sumitomo Corporation
SustainX Inc.
Terna
Terna Plus
TK Advanced Battery
Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco)
Toshiba
Trianel GmbH
Ultralife Corporation
Valence Technology Inc.
Verbund
Voith GmbH
Voith Hydro
VRB Power Systems
Vycon Inc.
Wal-Mart
Wanxiang
Wemag
Williams Hybrid Power
WZE
Xcel Energy
Xtreme Power Inc.
Younicos
ZBB Energy Corporation
Züblin

Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
Brazilian Wind Energy Association
California Public Utility Commission (CPUC)
Central Electricity Agency (CEA)
China Centre for Renewable Energy Development (CRED)
China Electrical Power Research Institute (CEPRI)
Communist Party of China
Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
Department of Energy (DOE)
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
Electric Vehicle Initiative (EVI)
Electricity Storage Association
Energy Technology Institute (ETI)
Engineering News
European Commission
European Parliament
European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA)
European Union (EU)
Fraunhofer Center for Energy Storage
Fraunhofer Society
French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME)
French Europe Ecology-The Greens
German Christian Democratic Union (CDU)
German Christian Social Union (CSU)
German Liberal Democratic Party (FDP)
Germany Federal Association of Energy and Water Industries (BDEW)
Germany Federal Association of Energy Storage (BVES)
Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)
Imperial College London
Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Italian Ministry of Economy and Finances
Kodiak Electric Association (KEA)
Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)
Kuick Research
Kyoto University
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST)
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Paris Stock Exchange (PAR)
Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO)
Regenesys
REN21 (The Renewable Energy Network for the 21st Century)
Shanghai Stock Exchange (SHH)
South Korean Ministry of Knowledge Economy
Spanish People’s Party
Tokyo Stock Exchange (TYO)
Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX)
UK Conservative Party
UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
UK Liberal Democratic Party
UK National Grid
UK Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem)
UK Technology Strategy Board (TSB)
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
University of St. Andrews
US Department of Energy (DOE)
US Energy Information Administration (EIA)
US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
ST Market Drivers & Restraints

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com

SOURCE Visiongain

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