Ten-year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies on Batteries and Energy Storage

This report will help you to understand the effects of the top-25 disruptive technologies on the batteries and energy storage market.

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Product type: Market report
Date of publication: 13 Dec 2011
Product format: Digital Copy, Hard Copy
Number of pages: 98
Forecast range: 2011-2021
Ten-year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies on Batteries and Energy Storage
  • Ten-year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies for Batteries and Energy Storage will help you to identify and understand the effects of the top-25 disruptive technologies on the industry and your business
  • With transition tables and analysis for each technology, it is the essential planning and strategy guide, providing exclusive analysis and ten-year forecasts, detailing current and emerging trends.

Description

WHAT DO YOU GET?

  • Definitions and descriptions of the disruptive technologies that could impact the future of the batteries market and energy storage market and an assessment of their potential impact to 2021
  • Exclusive batteries market and energy storage market technology forecasts clearly illustrated with extensive tables and figures
  • Technology transition tables - providing forecasts for the next five and ten years for each of the top-25 disruptive technologies

METHODOLOGY

Ten-year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies for Batteries and Energy Storageis the result of comprehensive primary research incorporating interviews with a panel of experts (representing a mix of perspectives) and secondary research (conference and market reports, news items, company websites, etc.). The expert responses were tabulated and ranked to form the overall top-25 technologies. Technology transition tables for each of the top 25 were created to provide a more detailed description of each item. The report provides a unique depth of information and analysis on the drivers and trends affecting each technology, and forecasts what the technology will look like in 2016 and 2021.

HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELIGENCE REPORT BENEFIT YOU ?

  • Understand the top global trends in energy storage for: automotive, industrial/large-scale energy storage, and consumer products
  • Use scenario plans of emerging trends and ten-year predictions of disruptive technologies to plan future strategies with confidence
  • Use industry forecasts to 2021 to identify business opportunities and developments

FIND OUT ABOUT:

  • The top-25 disruptive technologies in batteries and energy storage across automotive, industrial, nanotech, consumer products and raw materials
  • The front runners that are on target to displace currently used energy storage - large and small scale
  • The technology that will dominate the market until 2021, in easy to read technology tables

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT?

  • Battery developers and suppliers
  • Alternative energy providers
  • Energy storage specialists
  • Component and raw material suppliers
  • Automotive manufacturers
  • Technology investors, planners and engineers
  • Industry consultants and analysts

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?

  • One hard copy of the report couriered (see order form for postage costs) to you on publication date
  • Electronic copy with searchable PDF
  • Global intranet licence allowing everyone in your organisation electronic access to the study

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY 

  • Report scope, objective
  • Methodology
  • Definitions, abbreviations and chemical symbols

BATTERY AND ENERGY STORAGE TRENDS

  • General background
  • Battery and energy storage markets
  • Batteries (and ultracapacitors) for automotive engine starting and stopstart application
  • Automotive: pure electric vehicles
  • Hybrid and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles
  • Issues with lithium-ion for automotive applications
  • Lithium-air
  • Ultracapacitors
  • Automotive fuel cells
  • Large-scale energy storage

DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN BATTERIES AND ENERGY STORAGE

  • Individual disruptive technologies with greatest impact and probability of success
  • Growth in automobiles using stop-start technology
  • Influence of fuel efficiency/carbon emissions legislation on battery/ ultracapacitor/fuel cell developments
  • Lithium-ion batteries: threat to NiMH batteries in hybrid electric vehicles
  • Pumped hydroelectricity for large-scale energy storage
  • Disappointing market growth for electric and hybrid electric vehicles forces battery manufacturers to seek alternative markets
  • Ultrabattery (CSIRO/Furukawa) presents threat to NiMH and Li-ion in hybrid electric vehicles
  • Improvements in battery charging and infrastructure (including fast charging)
  • A123 Systems lithium iron phosphate: threat to other lithium ion chemistries (and other battery systems) in hybrid and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles
  • Safety/performance/reliability/cost concerns about lithium force Li-ion out of the automotive market resulting in the search for alternative energy sources for EV/HEV/PHEV
  • Synergistic development of batteries/ ultracapacitors/fuel cells
  • Low-power displays to improve battery lifetime of mobile electronics
  • Sodium-sulphur/sodium beta high temperature battery
  • Rare earth metal supply constraints
  • Axion Power PbC battery presents threat to NiMH/Li-ion in hybrid electric vehicles
  • Nanotechnology/nanomaterials: threat to batteries not using this technology
  • Ultracapacitors: threat to lead-acid batteries for automotive start stop applications, and to all batteries for hybrid electric vehicles
  • Nanoscale technology to improve lithium iron phosphate battery performance
  • Development of ultra-high specific energy rechargeable lithium-air batteries based on protected lithium metal electrodes (PolyPlus battery company)
  • Altairnano (nano-structured lithium titanate spinel oxide (LTO) electrode materials) for Li-ion batteries
  • Low-power circuits/CPU
  • Ultra-high energy, low-cost lithium ion batteries enabled by disruptive new manufacturing processes (Applied Materials)
  • High-energy lithium air batteries: (Missouri University of Science and Technology)
  • Flywheels (e.g. Beacon Power)
  • Nanoparticulate processing technology
  • Energy harvesting

BATTERY AND ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGY FORECASTS TO 2021

  • Automotive
  • Stop-start operation
  • Electric vehicles
  • Hybrid electric vehicle
  • Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle
  • Advanced battery technology
  • Industrial/Large-scale energy storage
  • Nanotechnology/nanomaterials
  • Consumer
  • Raw materials
  • The 25 disruptive technologies and their likely impact to 2021
  • How disruptive technologies displace existing technologies
  • Maximum practical specific energy from different battery chemistries
  • Wh/kg and Wh/L for different battery systems
  • Start-Stop market to 2020
  • Worldwide installed storage capacity for electrical energy
  • Positioning of energy storage technologies
  • The Ultrabattery
  • HRL Laboratories's Ultracapacitor + Li-ion battery
  • Nano-titanate battery construction
  • EV market forecast by world region
  • PHEV market forecast by world region
  • Flow battery diagram
  • Nanotube structure
  • Fullerene structure

Tables and Figures

  • Energy storage technologies classified by development status
  • Lithium-ion battery chemistries
  • Lithium-ion battery technology transition table
  • Nissan Leaf cost of ownership
  • Axion Power PbC battery data
  • Advantages and challenges for nanotechnology
  • Discharge capacities of Li-ion intercalants relative to average particle size
  • Stop-start technology: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Legislation impact: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Lithium-ion threat to NiMH: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Pumped hydroelectricity: technology transition, 2011-21
  • EVs/HEVs: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Ultrabattery threat to NiMH and Li-ion: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Battery charging/infrastructure: technology transition, 2011-21
  • A123 Systems LiFePO4: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Li-ion safety/performance/reliability/ cost: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Synergistic development of batteries/ ultracapacitors/fuel cells: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Low-power displays: technology transition, 2011-21
  • High-temperature battery: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Rare earth metal supply constraints: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Axion Power PbC battery: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Nanotechnology: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Ultracapacitors: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Nanoscale technology for LiFePO4: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Polyplus lithium-air: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Altairnano Li-ion battery: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Low-power circuits/CPU: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Applied Materials manufacturing process for Li-ion: technology transition, 2011-21
  • High-energy lithium air batteries: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Flywheels: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Nanoparticulate processing technology: technology transition, 2011-21
  • Energy harvesting: technology transition, 2011-21