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Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies (EST) Market Forecast 2018-2028

Analysis of Technology Maturity, Performance & Commercialisation of Mechanical (Innovative PHS), Advanced Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage (AA-CAES), Isothermal CAES & LAES), Chemical (Hydrogen Storage & Fuel Cells), Electrical (SMES), Electrochemical (Lithium-Air, Lithium-Sulphur, Magnesium-Ion & Zinc-Air Batteries) & Thermal Technologies for Renewable Energy Sources (RES) Integration

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• Global Next-Generation Energy Storage Capacity (MW) And Value ($m) Forecasts From 2018-2028

• Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies (EST) Capacity Forecasts (MW) From 2018-2028
• Mechanical Technologies Forecast 2018-2028
• Chemical Technologies Forecast 2018-2028
• Electrical Technologies Forecast 2018-2028
• Electrochemical Technologies Forecast 2018-2028
• Thermal Technologies Forecast 2018-2028

Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies (EST) Market Forecast 2018-2028

• Regional Next-Generation Energy Storage Capacity (MW) And Value ($m) Forecasts From 2018-2028 Covering
• Europe Forecast 2018-2028
• North-America Forecast 2018-2028
• China and Japan Forecast 2018-2028
• Rest of the World Forecast 2018-2028

• Profile Of 10 Leading Companies In The Next-Generation Energy Storage Sector
• Johnson Controls
• LG Chem Ltd.
• Duke Energy Corporation
• NextEra Energy Inc.
• Edison International
• Samsung SDI Co. Ltd.
• Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
• BYD Co. Ltd.
• Robert Bosch GmbH
• ABB Group

• 3 interviews with key opinion leaders
• Philippe Bouchard – Eos Energy Storage
• Philip Hiersemenzel – Younicos
• Krista Barnaby – EGP North America

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1. Report Overview

1.1 Global Energy Storage Technology Market Overview

1.2 Why You Should Read This Report?

1.3 Benefits of This Report

1.4 Structure of this Report

1.5 Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report

1.6 Who is this Report for?

1.7 Market Definition

1.8 Methodology

1.9 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1.10 Associated Visiongain Reports

1.11 About Visiongain


2. Introduction to the Energy Storage Technologies Market

2.1 An Introduction To Established And Emerging Energy Storage Technologies

2.2 Installed Energy Storage Capacity

2.3 The Rise Of Emerging Energy Storage Technologies

2.4 The Key Applications Of Established And Emerging Energy Storage Technologies


3. The Drivers And Restraints Of Next-Generation Energy Storage Technologies

3.1 An Introduction To The Dynamics Of The Market

3.2 The Factors That Will Drive And Restrain The Market

3.2.1 Rising Energy Prices Indirectly Incentivise EST

3.2.2 Investments In EST Research, Development And Demonstration

3.2.3 The Importance Of Renewable Energy Integration

3.2.4 Smart Grids And Distributed Power Generation Systems

3.2.5 Growing Electricity Demand

3.2.6 The Developing Electric Vehicle Market As A Growth Factor

3.2.7 The High Capital Costs Of Emerging Energy Storage Technologies

3.2.8 Limited Cost Recovery Opportunities

3.2.9 The Policy And Regulatory Challenges Ahead

3.2.10 The Impact Of Weak Market Demand For ESTs

3.2.11 Geographical And Spatial Constraints On EST

3.2.12 The Need For Large-Scale Demonstration Projects

3.2.13 Raw Material Availability

3.2.14 Technology Development And Deployment Patterns

3.2.15 The Limitations Of Established Energy Storage Technologies

3.2.16 Long Investment Cycles

3.2.17 Opportunities For Home Energy Storage Arbitrage

3.2.18 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast By Technologies 2018-2028


4. Next Generation Mechanical Energy Storage Technologies 2018-2028

4.1.1 An Introduction To Innovative Pumped Hydro Storage

4.1.2 The Nature Of The Innovation

4.1.3 The Performance Characteristics Of Innovative PHS Installations

4.1.4 Applications And Key Competitors Of Innovative PHS

4.1.5 Current Deployment Of Innovative PHS

4.1.6 Drivers And Restraints Of Innovative PHS

4.1.7 The Outlook For Innovative PHS

4.1.8 Companies And Stakeholders Involved In The Innovative PHS Market

4.2 Adiabatic And Isothermal Compressed Air Energy Storage

4.2.1 An Introduction To Adiabatic And Isothermal Compressed Air Energy Storage

4.2.2 The Nature Of The Innovation

4.2.3 The Performance Characteristics Of Adiabatic And Isothermal CAES

4.2.4 The Applications And Key Competitors Of Advanced CAES

4.2.5 Current Deployment Of Compressed Air Energy Storage

4.2.6 Drivers And Restraints Of Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage

4.2.7 The Outlook For Advanced CAES

4.2.8 Companies And Stakeholders Involved In The Advanced CAES Market

4.3 Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES)

4.3.1 An Introduction To LAES

4.3.2 The Nature Of The Innovation

4.3.3 The Performance Characteristics Of LAES

4.3.4 The Applications And Key Competitors Of LAES

4.3.5 Current Deployment Of LAES

4.3.6 Drivers And Restraints Of The LAES Market

4.3.7 The Outlook For LAES

4.3.8 Companies And Stakeholders Involved In The LAES Market


5. Next Generation Chemical Energy Storage Technologies 2018-2028

5.1 Large-Scale Hydrogen Energy Storage Systems And Hydrogen Fuel Cells

5.1.1 An Introduction To Large-Scale Hydrogen Energy Storage Systems And Hydrogen Fuel Cells

5.1.2 The Nature Of Innovation

5.1.3 The Performance Characteristics Of Large-Scale Hydrogen Energy Storage Systems And Hydrogen Fuel Cells

5.1.4 The Applications And Key Competitors Of Large-Scale Hydrogen Storage Systems And Hydrogen Fuel Cells

5.1.5 Current Deployment Of Large-Scale Hydrogen Energy Storage Systems And Hydrogen Fuel Cell

5.1.6 Drivers And Restraints Of Large-Scale Hydrogen Storage Systems And Hydrogen Fuel Cells

5.1.7 The Outlook For Large-Scale Hydrogen Energy Storage Systems And Hydrogen Fuel Cells

5.1.8 Companies And Stakeholders Involved In The Hydrogen And Fuel Cells Energy Storage Market


6. Next-Generation Electrical Energy Storage Technologies Analysis

6.1 Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES)

6.1.1 An Introduction To SMES

6.1.2 The Nature Of Innovation

6.1.3 The Performance Characteristics Of SMES

6.1.4 The Applications And Key Characteristics And Key Competitors Of SMES

6.1.5 Current Deployment Of SMES

6.1.6 Drivers And Restraints Of SMES

6.1.7 The Outlook For SMES

6.1.8 Companies And Stakeholders Involved In The SMES Market


7. Next-Generation Electrochemical Energy Storage Technologies 2018-2028

7.1 An Introduction To Next-Generation Battery Technologies

7.2 The Key Drivers Of Innovation In The Market

7.3 Key Patterns Of Innovation In The Market

7.4 Lithium-Air

7.4.1 Nature Of The Innovation

7.4.2 The Performance Characteristics Of Lithium-Air Batteries

7.4.3 The Applications And Key Competitors Of Lithium-Air Batteries

7.4.4 Current Deployment Of Lithium-Air Batteries

7.4.5 The Drivers And Restraints Of The Lithium-Air Batteries Market

7.4.6 The Outlook For Lithium-Air Batteries

7.4.7 Key Companies And Stakeholders Involved In The Lithium-Air Battery Market

7.5 Lithium-Sulphur (Li-S)

7.5.1 Nature Of The Innovation

7.5.2 The Performance Characteristics Of Lithium-Sulphur Batteries

7.5.3 The Applications And Key Competitors Of Lithium-Sulphur Batteries

7.5.4 Current Deployment Of Lithium-Sulphur Batteries

7.5.5 The Drivers And Restraints Of The Lithium-Sulphur Battery Market

7.5.6 The Outlook For Lithium-Sulphur Batteries

7.5.7 Key Companies And Stakeholders Involved In The Lithium-Sulphur Battery Market

7.6 Magnesium-Ion (Mg-Ion)

7.6.1 Nature Of The Innovation

7.6.2 The Performance Characteristics Of Magnesium-Ion Batteries

7.6.3 The Applications And Key Competitors Of Magnesium-Ion Batteries

7.6.4 Current Deployment Of Magnesium-Ion Batteries

7.6.5 The Drivers And Restraints Of Magnesium-Ion Batteries

7.6.6 The Outlook For Magnesium-Ion Batteries

7.6.7 Key Companies And Stakeholders Involved In The Magnesium Ion Battery Market

7.7 Zinc-Air (Zn-Air)

7.7.1 Nature Of The Innovation

7.7.2 The Performance Characteristics Of Zinc-Air Batteries

7.7.3 The Main Applications And Key Competitors Of Zinc-Air Batteries

7.7.4 Current Deployment Of Zinc-Air Batteries

7.7.5 The Drivers And Restraints Of The Zinc Air Battery Market

7.7.6 The Outlook For Zinc-Air Batteries

7.7.7 Key Companies And Stakeholders In The Zinc-Air Battery Market

7.8 Concluding Remarks On Emerging Battery Storage Technologies

 

8. Next-Generation Thermal Energy Storage Technologies 2018-2028

8.1 An Introduction to Next-Generation Thermal Battery Storage Technologies


9. Expert Opinion

9.1 Philippe Bouchard – Eos Energy Storage

9.1.1 About Eos

9.1.1.1 Composition of Znyth Battery

9.1.2 Future Plans for Eos

9.1.3 Genesis Project

9.1.4 The Future of the Industry

9.2 Philip Hiersemenzel – Younicos

9.2.1 Overview

9.2.1.1 Residential or industrial Use?

9.2.2 Market Outlook

9.3 Krista Barnaby – EGP North America

9.3.1 Background

9.3.2 key Markets

9.3.3 Characteristics of EGP’s Technologies

9.3.4 Future for the Industry


10. PESTEL Analysis


11. Established and Emerging Energy Storage Technologies, a Comparative Analysis


12. The Global Landscape of the Emerging Energy Storage Technologies Market 2018-2028


13. The Leading Companies in the Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market

13.1 Johnson Controls

13.1.1 Johnson Controls Total Company Sales 2011-2017

13.1.2 Johnson Controls Sales in the Energy Storage Technologies Market 2011-2017

13.2 LG Chem Ltd.

13.2.1 LG Chem Ltd. Total Company Revenue 2012-2016

13.3 Duke Energy Corporation

13.3.1 Duke Energy Corporation Total Company Sales 2011-2017

13.3.2 Duke Energy Corporation Total Company Revenues in the Energy Storage Technologies Market 2014-2017

13.4 NextEra Energy Inc.

13.4.1 NextEra Energy, Inc. Total Company Sales 2011-2017

13.4.2 NextEra Energy, Inc. Sales in the Renewable Technologies Market 2012-2017

13.5 Edison International

13.5.1 Edison International Total Company Sales 2011-2017

13.6 Samsung SDI Co. Ltd.

13.6.1 Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. Total Company Sales 2011-2017

13.6.2 Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. Revenue from LI-Ion Batteries 2015-2017

13.7 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

13.7.1 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Total Company Sales 2011-2017

13.7.2 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Revenue from Energy and Electric Systems 2011-2017

13.8 BYD Co. Ltd.

13.8.1 BYD Co. Ltd. Total Company Sales 2011-2017

13.8.2 BYD Co. Ltd. Revenue from Rechargeable Battery and Photovoltaic 2011-2017

13.9 Robert Bosch GmbH

13.9.1 Robert Bosch GmbH Total Company Sales 2013-2017

13.9.2 Robert Bosch GmbH Revenue from Energy and Building technology 2015-2017

13.10 ABB group

13.10.1 ABB Group Total Company Sales 2011-2017

13.10.2 ABB Group Revenues in the Electrification Products Market 2015-2017

13.11 Other Companies Involved in the Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market 2016


14. Conclusions and Recommendations

14.1 Drivers and Restraints of the Next-Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market

14.2 The Outlook for Innovative Pumped Hydro Storage

14.3 The Outlook for Advanced Compressed-Air Energy Storage

14.4 The Outlook for Liquid-Air Energy Storage

14.5 The Outlook for Large-Scale Hydrogen Storage Systems and Hydrogen Fuel Cells

14.6 The Outlook for Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage

14.7 The Outlook for Next-Generation Batteries


15. Glossary


List of Tables

Table 1.1 Example of Standardised Metric Used for the Comparison of Energy Storage Technologies in Radial Graphs Presented Throughout This Report

Table 2.1 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast 2018-2028 (MW, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 2.2 List and Description of Main EST Applications

Table 3.1 Recent Demonstration Projects Funded by ARRA (Name, EST, MW Size, $m Cost, Planned Application)

Table 3.2 Global EST Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 3.3 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast By Technology 2018-2028 (MW, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.1 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast, By Mechanical Energy Storage Technology 2018-2028 (MW, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 4.2 PHS main characteristics (Lifetime, Capacity MW, Efficiency %, Maturity)

Table 4.3 List of all Operating Innovative Pumped Hydro Installations (Name, Location, Capacity MW, Type, Commissioning)

Table 4.4 Pumped Hydro Storage (PHS) Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.5 List of all Planned Innovative Pumped Hydro Installations (Name, Location, Capacity MW, Type, Commissioning)

Table 4.6 Performance Characteristics of Conventional and Advanced CAES (Lifetime, Capacity MW, Efficiency %, Maturity)

Table 4.7 Installed CAES Capacity by National Market (MW)

Table 4.8 Key Diabatic and Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Projects (Name, Location, Capacity MW, Type, Commissioning)

Table 4.9 Advanced CAES Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 4.10 Project Details for the Poleggio-Loderio Pilot AA-CAES Plant (Name, Location, Companies and Organisations Involved, Capacity kW, Type, Commissioning Date)

Table 4.11 The Main Characteristics of Liquid Air Energy Storage (Lifetime, Capacity MW, Efficiency %, Maturity)

Table 4.12 Drivers and Restraints of the LAES technology

Table 5.1 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast, By Chemical Energy Storage Technology 2018-2028 (MW, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 5.2 Hydrogen Main Characteristics (Lifetime, Capacity, Efficiency, Maturity)

Table 5.3 Large Scale Hydrogen Energy Storage and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Drivers & Restraints

Table 6.1 Performance characteristics SMES (Lifetime, Capacity MW, Efficiency %, Maturity)

Table 6.2 Drivers & Restraints of the SMES Market

Table 7.1 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast, By Electrochemical Energy Storage Technology 2018-2028 (MW, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 7.2 Main Performance Characteristics of Lithium-Air Batteries (Energy density, Cycle life, Efficiency, Maturity)

Table 7.3 Lithium-Air Batteries Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 7.4 Main Performance Characteristics of Lithium-sulphur Batteries (Energy Density, Cycle Life, Efficiency, Maturity)

Table 7.5 Lithium-sulphur Batteries Market Drivers and Restraints

Table 7.6 Main Performance Characteristics for Magnesium Ion Batteries (Energy Density, Cycle Life, Efficiency, Maturity)

Table 7.7 Magnesium Ion Batteries Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 7.8 Main Performance Characteristics of Zinc Air Batteries (Energy Density, Cycle Life, Efficiency, Maturity)

Table 7.9 Zinc Air Batteries Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 8.1 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast, By Thermal Energy Storage Technology 2018-2028 (MW, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 10.1 PESTEL Analysis of the Emerging EST Market

Table 11.1 Comparison of Key Established and Emerging Energy Storage Technologies (Maturity, Capacity, Efficiency, Lifecycle)

Table 11.2 The Development Stage and Challenges of Established and Emerging Energy Storage Technologies

Table 12.1 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast, By Region 2018-2028 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 12.2 Innovative PHS Submarket Forecast 2018-2028 ($m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 12.3 North America Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast 2018-2028 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 12.4 North America Next-Generation EST Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 12.5 Recent Projects to Receive Funding from European Commission

Table 12.6 European Next-Generation EST Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 12.7 China & Japan Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast 2018-2028 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 12.8 Asian Next-Generation EST Market Drivers & Restraints

Table 13.1 Johnson Controls 2018 (CEO, Total Company Sales US$m, Sales Related to EST US$m, Share of Sales Related to EST %, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website

Table 13.2 Johnson Controls Total Company Sales 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.3 Johnson Controls Sales in the Energy Storage Technologies Market 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.4 LG Chem Ltd. 2018 (CEO, Total Company Revenue US$m, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)

Table 13.5 LG Chem Ltd. Total Company Revenue 2011-2016 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.6 LG Chem Ltd. Sales in the Energy Storage Technologies Market 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.7 Duke Energy Corporation Profile 2017 (CEO, Total Company Revenue US$m, Revenue from the storage Market US$m, Share of Company Sales from Energy Storage Technologies Market %, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)

Table 13.8 Duke Energy Corporation Total Company Revenue 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.9 Table 13.9 Duke Energy Corporation Revenue in the Energy Storage Technologies Market 2014-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.10 NextEra Energy, Inc. Profile 2018 (CEO, Total Operating Revenue US$m, Sales in the Renewable Energy Market US$m, Share of Company Sales from Renewable Energy %, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)

Table 13.11 NextEra Energy, Inc. Operating Revenue 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.12 NextEra Energy, Inc. Sales in the Renewable Technologies Market 2010-2016 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.13 Edison International 2018 (CEO, Total Company Revenue US$m, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)

Table 13.14 Edison International Total Company Sales 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.15 Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. 2018 (CEO, Total Company Revenue US$m, Revenue from Li-Ion Battery US$m, Share of Company Sales from Li-Ion %, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)

Table 13.16 Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. Total Company Revenue 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.17 Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. Revenue from LI-Ion Market 2015-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.18 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Profile 2018 (CEO, Total Company Revenue US$m, Revenue from Energy and Electric Systems US$m, Share of Company Sales from Energy and Electric Systems %, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)

Table 13.19 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Total Company Sales 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.20 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Revenue from Energy and Electric Systems 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.21 BYD Co. Ltd Profile 2016 (CEO, Total Company Revenue US$m, Revenue from Rechargeable Battery and Photovoltaic, Share of Revenue from Rechargeable Battery and Photovoltaic %, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)

Table 13.22 BYD Co. Ltd Total Company Revenue 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.23 BYD Co. Ltd Revenue from Rechargeable Battery and Photovoltaic 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.24 Robert Bosch GmbH Profile 2017 (CEO, Total Company Revenue US$m, Revenue from Energy and Building Technology US$m, Share of Company Sales from Energy and Building Technology %, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)

Table 13.25 Robert Bosch GmbH Total Company Revenue 2013-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.26 Robert Bosch GmbH Revenue from Energy and Building Technology 2015-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.27 ABB Group Profile 2018 (CEO, Total Company Revenue US$m, Revenue from the Electrification Products Market (US$m), Share of Company Sales from Electrification Products Market %, Net Income / Loss US$m, Net Capital Expenditure US$m, Strongest Business Region, Business Segment in the Market, HQ, Founded, No. of Employees, IR Contact, Ticker, Website)

Table 13.28 ABB Group Total Company Sales 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.29 ABB Group Sales in the Electrification Products 2015-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Table 13.30 Other Companies Involved in the Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market 2016 (Company, Location)

Table 14.1 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast 2018-2028 (MW, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 14.2 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast, By Region 2018-2028 ($bn, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)

Table 14.3 Global EST Market Drivers & Restraints


List of Figures

Figure 1.1 Next-Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Overview

Figure 1.2 Development Stage of Different Energy Storage Technologies

Figure 1.3 The Performance Characteristics of Advanced and Conventional CAES (Lifecycle-Years, Efficiency %, Capacity, Maturity) on a Metric Standardised for all Emerging Technologies

Figure 2.1 Energy Storage Technologies Categorisation

Figure 2.2 Electricity Storage Matrix: EST Characteristics and Requirements of Key Applications

Figure 2.3 Global EST Market Structure Overview

Figure 2.4 Global Energy Storage Capacity by EST type (GW) 1996-2015

Figure 2.5 Global Energy Storage Capacity by EST type (GW) 1996-2015

Figure 2.6 Key Next-Generation EST Market Structure Overview

Figure 2.7 EST Overview of Types of Applications

Figure 3.1 Industrial Electricity Price History in France, Germany, Italy, UK, Japan, Canada, Spain and USA 1990-2016 (Pence/kWh)

Figure 3.2 Industrial Electricity Prices for Medium-Sized Industries in European Countries 2004-2016 (EUR/kWh)

Figure 3.3 Industrial Electricity Prices for Medium Sized Industries in Germany, Spain, France and the United Kingdom 2006-2016 (EUR/kWh)

Figure 3.4 Total Public Energy RD&D Spending of IEA Members 2016 (% of Total RD&D Spending on Energy-Related Projects)

Figure 3.5 Evolution of Total Public Energy RD&D Spending by Selected IEA members 2007-2014 ($m)

Figure 3.6 The Scale and Composition of Installed RES capacity in Selected Countries and Regions (GW)

Figure 3.7 Electricity Generated from Renewable Sources, EU 28, 1990-2016 (TWh, % of Consumption)

Figure 3.8 Number of FCEVs expected to operate in the US, South Korea, Japan and Europe, 2020

Figure 3.9 Technology and Innovation Adoption Lifecycle

Figure 4.1 Capacity and growth forecast for Mechanical Storage 2018-2028

Figure 4.2 Main Types of PHS Installations

Figure 4.3 Evolution of Installed Capacity in the Open-Loop, Closed-Loop and Innovative PHS Submarkets (1926-2015, MW)

Figure 4.4 Main Patterns of Innovation in the Global PHS Sector

Figure 4.5 Average Capacity of Existing and Planned PHS Installations (Submarket, MW)

Figure 4.6 The Performance Characteristics of Innovative PHS (Lifecycle-years, Efficiency %, Capacity, Maturity) on a Metric Standardised for all Emerging Technologies

Figure 4.7 Main Applications of Innovative PHS

Figure 4.8 Main Competitors of Innovative PHS

Figure 4.9 Key Market Spaces for Innovative PHS

Figure 4.10 Evolution of Installed Capacity in the Innovative PHS Submarket 1966 - 2015 (MW)

Figure 4.11 Total CAPEX on Innovative PHS by National Market (Cumulative $m)

Figure 4.12 Structure of the CAES Market

Figure 4.13 Round-Trip Efficiency of Conventional Diabatic CAES and Advanced CAES (%)

Figure 4.14 The Performance Characteristics of Advanced and Conventional CAES (Lifecycle-years, Efficiency %, Capacity, Maturity) on a Metric Standardised for all Emerging Technologies

Figure 4.15 Main Applications of Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage

Figure 4.16 Main Competitors of Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage

Figure 4.17 Key Market Spaces for Advanced CAES

Figure 4.18 Installed CAES Capacity by Category: Diabatic and Isothermal (MW, % of total)

Figure 4.19 Anticipated progress of AA-CAES through the pilot stage onto commercialisation (2014-2020)

Figure 4.20 Selection of Stakeholders and Companies Involved in the Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage Market

Figure 4.21 The Stages Involved in Liquid Air Energy Storage

Figure 4.22 Round-Trip Efficiency of Liquid Air Energy Storage Variants (Standalone, Integrating Waste Heat and Integrating Waste Cold, %)

Figure 4.23 The Performance Characteristics of Liquid Air Energy Storage (Lifecycle-years, Efficiency %, Capacity, Maturity) on a Metric Standardised for all Emerging Technologies

Figure 4.24 Main Applications of Liquid Air Energy Storage

Figure 4.25 Main Competitors of Liquid Air Energy Storage

Figure 4.26 Key Market Spaces for Liquid Air Energy Storage

Figure 4.27 The Historic and Expected Development of Liquid Air Energy Storage (Conceptualisation to Commercialisation, 2005-2018)

Figure 4.28 Selection of Stakeholders and Companies Involved in the Liquid Air Energy Storage Market

Figure 5.1 Capacity and growth forecast for Chemical Energy Storage 2018-2028

Figure 5.2 The Fundamentals of Hydrogen Storage and Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Figure 5.3 The Round-Trip Efficiency of Hydrogen Storage by Pathway Variant (Electricity > Gas > Electricity and Heat, Electricity > Gas > Electricity and Electricity > Gas) (%)

Figure 5.4 The Performance Characteristics of Large-Scale Hydrogen Energy Storage Systems and Hydrogen Fuel Cells (Lifecycle-Years, Efficiency %, Capacity, Maturity) on a Metric Standardised for all Emerging Technologies

Figure 5.5 Main Applications of Large-Scale Hydrogen Storage Systems and Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Figure 5.6 Main Competitors of Large-Scale Hydrogen Storage Systems

Figure 5.7 Main Competitors of Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Figure 5.8 Key Market Spaces for Hydrogen Storage and Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Figure 5.9 FCEV Fleet in Operation in Leading National and Regional Markets as of 2014

Figure 5.10 Hydrogen Fueling Stations in Operation in Leading National and Regional Markets as of 2014

Figure 5.11 The Main Types of Hydrogen Storage

Figure 5.12 Existing and Planned Hydrogen Infrastructure in Leading Global Markets (Hydrogen Fueling Stations)

Figure 5.13 Existing and Planned Hydrogen Infrastructure in Leading Global Markets (Hydrogen Fueling Stations)

Figure 5.14 Existing and Planned Alternative Fueling Infrastructure in Leading Global Markets (Hydrogen Fueling Stations)

Figure 5.15 Selection of Stakeholders and Companies Involved in the Large-Scale Hydrogen Energy Storage Systems and Hydrogen Fuel Cells Market

Figure 6.1 Variants of SMES technology

Figure 6.2 The Performance Characteristics of Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (Lifecycle-Years, Efficiency %, Capacity, Maturity) on a Metric Standardised for all Emerging Technologies

Figure 6.3 Main Applications for Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage

Figure 6.4 Main Competitors of Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage

Figure 6.5 Key Market Spaces for Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage

Figure 6.6 Selection of Stakeholders and Companies Involved in the Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage Market

Figure 7.1 Key Emerging Battery Chemistries

Figure 7.2 Li-air Categorisation by Electrolyte

Figure 7.3 The Performance Characteristics of Lithium-Air Batteries (Lifecycle-years, Efficiency %, Capacity, Maturity) on a Metric Standardised for all Emerging Technologies

Figure 7.4 The Performance Characteristics of Lithium-sulphur Batteries (Lifecycle-years, Efficiency %, Capacity, Maturity) on a Metric Standardised for all Emerging Technologies

Figure 7.5 Main Types of Applications of Lithium-sulphur Batteries

Figure 7.6 Key Market Spaces for Lithium-Sulphur Batteries

Figure 7.7 Selection of Stakeholders and Companies Involved in the Lithium-sulphur battery Market

Figure 7.8 Selection of Stakeholders and Companies Involved in the Magnesium-Ion Battery Market

Figure 7.9 The Performance Characteristics of Zinc Air (Lifecycle-Years, Efficiency %, Capacity, Maturity) on a Metric Standardised for all Emerging Technologies

Figure 7.10 Main Applications of Zinc Air Batteries

Figure 7.11 Selection of Stakeholders and Companies Involved in the Zinc-Air Battery Market

Figure 8.1 Capacity and growth forecast for Thermal Energy Storage 2018-2028

Figure 11.1 EST Characteristics and Requirements of Key Applications

Figure 11.2 Cost and Backup Time Comparison of Power Quality Energy Storage Technologies Except Pumped Storage (Euro/kWh & hours)

Figure 11.3 Comparison of the Round-trip Efficiency of Key Established and Emerging Energy Storage Technologies (%)

Figure 12.1 Global Next Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Forecast, By Region 2018-2028

Figure 12.2 Key National Markets Involved in the Development of Next-Generation Energy Storage Technologies

Figure 12.3 Overview of the Key Next-Generation ESTs Under Development in North America

Figure 12.4 Overview of the Key Next-Generation ESTs Under Development in Europe

Figure 12.5 Overview of the Key Next-Generation ESTs Under Development in Asia

Figure 13.1 Johnson Controls Total Company Sales 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.2 Johnson Controls Sales in the Energy Storage Technologies 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.3 LG Chem Ltd. Total Company Revenue 2012-2016 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.4 LG Chem Ltd. Sales in the Energy Storage Technologies Market 2011-2015 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.5 Duke Energy Corporation Total Company Revenue 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.6 Duke Energy Corporation Revenues in the Energy Storage Technologies Market 2014-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.7 NextEra Energy, Inc. operating Revenue 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.8 NextEra Energy, Inc. Sales in the Renewable Technologies Market 2012-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.9 Edison International Total Company Sales 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.10 Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. Total Company Revenue 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.11 Samsung SDI Co. Ltd. Revenue from LI-Ion Market 2014-2016 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.12 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Total Company Sales 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.13 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Revenue from Energy and Electric Systems 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.14 BYD Co. Ltd Total Company Revenue 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.15 BYD Co. Ltd Revenue from Rechargeable Battery and Photovoltaic 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.16 Robert Bosch GmbH Total Company Revenue 2013-2017 (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 13.17 Robert Bosch GmbH Revenue from Energy and Building Technology (2015-2017 (US$m)

Figure 13.18 ABB Group Total Company Sales 2011-2017 (US$m, AGR%)

Figure 13.19 ABB Group Revenue in the Electrification Products Market (US$m, AGR %)

Figure 14.1 Next-Generation Energy Storage Technologies Market Overview

Figure 14.2 Development Stage of Different Energy Storage Technologies

Figure 14.3 Anticipated progress of AA-CAES through the pilot stage onto Commercialisation (2014-2020)

Figure 14.4 The Historic Development of Liquid Air Energy Storage (Conceptualisation to Commercialisation, 2005-2018)

Figure 14.5 Existing and Planned Hydrogen Infrastructure in Leading Global Markets (Hydrogen Fueling Stations)

24M Technologies Inc.

A123 Systems

ABB Group

Advanced Microgrid Solutions

AES Energy Storage

Aggreko

Air Liquide

Air Products

Airbus Defence and Space

ALACAES

Alpig

Amber Kinetics

Ambri

Ameresco Inc.

American Electric Power

ARPA-E

Axpo

Ballard Power Systems

Beacon Power

Bosch Energy Storage Solutions, LLC.

Bruker

BYD Co. Ltd

Centrica

China Electrical Power Research Institute (CEPRI)

Chubu Electric

Clean Energy Storage Inc.

Con Edison

Daimler AG

Demand Energy

DLR

Dressen-Rand

Duke Energy Corporation

Dynapower Company LLC

E.ON

Eagle Crest Energy

EDF

EDF Renewable Energy

Edison Energy Group.

Edison International

EGP North America

Electric Power Development

eMotorWorks

Enel Green Power

Enel Group

Enel X

Ener1

Enercom

Energias de Portugal

EnerNOC

Engie

EnZinc

Eos Energy Storage

Eos Systems

Florida Power & Light (FPL) Company

Fluidic Energy

Fraunhofer IOSB

Fujikura

Furukawa Electric

General Compression

General Electric

General Motors

Greensmith (Wärtsilä)

Grid Logic

Gridflex Energy LLC Principals

GTM

Highview Energy Solutions

Highview Power Storage

Hitachi

Honda

Hydrogenics Corporation

Hydrostor

Hyundai

IBM

Illwerke AG

Invenergy LLC

ITM Power

Johnson Controls

J-Power

KWO Grimselstrom

Kyushu Electric Power

LG Chem Ltd.

Linde

llwerke AG

Lockheed Martin Energy

Magnum Energy Storage

Maxwell Technologies

Mercedes-Benz

Mitsubishsi Electric Corporation

National Grid

NextEra Energy Resources, LLC (NEER)

NextEra Energy, Inc. (NEE)

Nissan

Norsk Hydro

NRG

Nuvation Energy

OXIS Energy

Pacific Gas And Electric

Panasonic

Peak Hour Power

Pellion Technologies

Phinergy

PowerSecure Inc.

Proinso

Proton Motor

PSE&G

RES group

ReVolt Technology

Robert Bosch GmbH

RWE

S&C Electric

Samsung SDI Co. Ltd

Sharp Electronics

Siemens

Sion Power

SNC

Sony

Southern California Edison

Starwood Energy Group

State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC)

Sungrow

Sunwoda Electronic Co., Ltd.

Super-conductor Technologies

SuperPower

SustainX

Tesla

Texas Dispatchable Wind

The Linde Group

Thüga Group

Toyota

Trina Energy Storage Solutions CO. Ltd.

Uniper

UTC

Valence Technology

Verbund

Viridor

Volkswagen

Younicos

ZAF Energy Systems

Zhangbei National Wind and Solar Energy Storage

Züblin


Organisations Mentioned

Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)

Brookhaven National Laboratory

California Public Utility Commission (CPUC)

Cambridge University

Canadian Ministry of Energy

China Electrical Power Research Institute (CEPRI)

Energy Information Administration (EIA)

European Consortium for Lithium-Sulphur power for Space Environments

Federal Association of Energy Storage (BVES)

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

FP7 (The 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development)

Fraunhofer Center for Energy Storage

Fraunhofer Society

Fuel Cell Bus Club

Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH) Joint Technology Initiative (JTI)

German National Research Center for Aeronautics

Hessian Ministry for the Environment, Energy, Agriculture and Consumer Protection

High Energy Research Organisation

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

International Energy Agency (IEA)

Joint Technology Initiative

Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER)

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)

Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT)

San Onofre Community Engagement Panel (CEP)

Swiss Federal Office of Energy

Texas Center for Superconductivity

Toyota Research Institute of North America (TRINA)

UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)

UNFCCC

Universität Magdeburg

US Department of Energy (DOE)

Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO)

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Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers

Association of Diving Contractors

Association of Diving Contractors International

Associazione Imprese Subacquee Italiane

Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association

Brazilian Association of Offshore Support Companies

Brazilian Petroleum Institute

Canadian Energy Pipeline

Diving Medical Advisory Committee

European Diving Technology Committee

French Oil and Gas Industry Council

IMarEST – Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology

International Association of Drilling Contractors

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International Association of Oil & Gas Producers

International Chamber of Shipping International Shipping Federation

International Marine Contractors Association

International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation

Leading Oil & Gas Industry Competitiveness

Maritime Energy Association

National Ocean Industries Association

Netherlands Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Association

NOF Energy

Norsk olje og gass Norwegian Oil and Gas Association

Offshore Contractors’ Association

Offshore Marine Service Association

Offshore Mechanical Handling Equipment Committee

Oil & Gas UK

Oil Companies International Marine Forum

Ontario Petroleum Institute
Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries

Regional Association of Oil and Natural Gas Companies in Latin America and the Caribbean

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Society of Maritime Industries

Society of Petroleum Engineers

Society of Petroleum Enginners – Calgary

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Subsea UK

The East of England Energy Group

UK Petroleum Industry Association

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