Large and Advanced Battery Technology and Markets

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The global large-and-advanced battery market totaled nearly $23.7 billion in 2014 and is projected to approach $30.9 billion by 2019, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.5% through 2019.

This report provides:
-An overview of the market for large and advanced battery technology, with discussion of first-generation, next-generation, specialty, and developmental systems.
-Analyses of market trends, with data from 2013, 2014, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2019.
-Definitions of various systems, such as first-generation (lead-acid, nickel-cadmium), next-generation (nickel-metal hydride, lithium-ion, lithium-polymer), specialty (silver-zinc secondary, silver-cadmium, nickel-hydrogen, nickel-zinc, metal-air), and developmental (sodium-sulfur, high-temperature lithium, redox and flow, nickel-iron, calcium-metal sulfide, sodium-metal chloride, lithium-sulfur).
-A detailed look at the market's dynamics including market drivers, restraints, and opportunities.
-Comprehensive profiles of major players in the industry.

Introduction & Scope

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Until the 1980s, the global battery market was considered mature, with demand closely related to sales of either automobiles or various portable consumer products. Advanced batteries have since helped spark a dramatic change in this relationship.

“Large and advanced battery” is an arbitrary designation developed by BCC Research to describe a market-driven battery classification. As defined in this report, large and advanced batteries must have three attributes: they must be secondary (rechargeable) electrochemical energy storage devices (batteries), “large” in terms of size and energy capacity, as well as technologically advanced.

This definition excludes all primary (non-rechargeable) batteries and all lead-acid automotive batteries, as well as all A, C and D cylindrical batteries and button cells. Most non-automotive lead-acid batteries are included. Many portable product batteries are included, such as in computers, smartphones, tablets and portable tools.

Several entirely new classes of advanced batteries have been commercialized during the last 25 years, including lithium-ion, nickel metal hydride and zinc-air designs.

Meanwhile, improved microelectronic battery charger controller technology has allowed for smaller, higher energy density cells — this has often been at the expense of previously important battery systems (notably nickel-cadmium and portable product lead-acid). This, in turn, has allowed the commercialization of portable products that would have been impossible without these improvements, including hybrid electric vehicles, laptop and tablet computers, smartphones and cordless hand tools.

As this synergy continues to develop, there are areas where the advanced battery industry will experience the explosive growth usually associated with emerging industries. Examples include plug-in vehicles, as well as utility-load leveling systems and wind-power energy storage.

Battery designers (mainly electrochemists) and battery charger designers (mainly electrical and electronics specialists) will continue to operate together, with better batteries and improved battery chargers evolving together to produce even higher performance large and advanced batteries.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
Large and advanced battery technical advances, and a realignment of the battery industry players, must be matched by new marketing strategies. Battery designers and users now must cooperate to meet more demanding design requirements. At the same time, understanding of the competitive forces that help shape the market is needed, along with up-to-date knowledge of competitor activities.

Improved batteries provide power to an ever-growing suite of portable products, including items that were previously powered by primary cells or first-generation rechargeables (flashlights, radios, etc.). Some products would not be practical or convenient without state-of-the-art batteries (hybrid electric vehicles, cellular phones, smartphones, laptops and tablets), and there remains the potential for new giant battery markets — plug-in electric vehicles and new military battery applications. Extremely large batteries are also being evaluated for utility load leveling, wind farm power storage and remote power generation.

Lithium batteries replaced nickel-based and primary batteries for many applications, while ubiquitous lithium-ion battery designs are beginning to be replaced by advanced lithium-ion chemistries such as lithium phosphate, lithium iron phosphate and lithium-polymer systems. Nickel metal hydride batteries have been used in consumer electronics for decades, and in electric vehicles (especially hybrid vehicles). These batteries are now being improved for large stationary applications. Giant sodium-sulfur batteries are being deployed by electric utilities, while the venerable lead-acid battery is being improved using new materials.

Meanwhile, several important trends need to be tracked and analyzed.

First, a number of lithium batteries’ largest and highest growth markets are in transition. An example is the portable tablet, which is replacing portable computers. Stand-alone cellphones are quickly being replaced by multi-functional smartphones. At the same time, battery-powered plug-in electric vehicles have been commercialized and are competing with conventional internal combustion-powered vehicles and popular internal/combustion/battery hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs). After billions of dollars were earmarked for U.S. battery development, several high-profile battery and EV companies either failed outright or were doomed before achieving their goals. The remaining electric vehicle lithium-ion battery companies, sometimes partnering with vehicle makers, have recovered and are poised for much wider adoption.

Some traditional markets declined due to global recessionary forces, including unemployment, difficulty obtaining consumer credit and lower commercial demand. As the economy began to recover, so did portable consumer product and portable tool sales. At the same time, U.S. gasoline prices peaked and fell from a high of more than $4 per gallon and then back to well below $2 per gallon. This is proving beneficial for battery-powered consumer products but will be a major disincentive for hybrid and plug-in battery-powered vehicles.

In China, the world’s largest EV fleet comprises lead-acid battery-powered scooters. The ultimate market for these EVs depends on two possible scenarios: Chinese legislation may reduce market growth or even outlaw the scooters in some significant markets, or the scooter market could spread, starting with other continental Asian markets.

CONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE
This report is intended to provide a unique analysis of the global large and advanced battery market, and will be of interest to manufacturers of batteries, battery chargers and battery-powered products, including stationary and portable products, and battery-powered vehicles. It will also benefit those involved in large and advanced battery development and marketing, as well as individuals offering competing non-rechargeable power sources. Existing or potential battery consumers, as well as the military and the medical profession, can determine existing or potential battery markets. End-users, such as original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and consumers, will learn about the limitations of battery system design.

This report can provide valuable information in terms of assessing investment in particular technologies and, therefore, should benefit investors directly or indirectly. Battery suppliers may also find market trends of interest in view of establishing growth strategies. BCC Research wishes to thank those companies, government agencies and university researchers who contributed information for this report.

SCOPE AND FORMAT
This report begins with a discussion of general battery technology. The following categories of large and advanced batteries are discussed:

First-generation large and advanced battery systems.
-Lead-acid batteries.
-Nickel-cadmium batteries.
-Next-generation large and advanced battery systems.
-Nickel metal hydride batteries.
-Lithium-ion batteries.
-Lithium-polymer batteries.

Specialty large and advanced battery systems.
-Silver-zinc secondary batteries.
-Silver-cadmium secondary batteries.
-Nickel-hydrogen secondary batteries.
-Nickel-zinc batteries.
-Metal-air batteries.

Developmental large and advanced battery systems.
-Sodium-sulfur batteries.
-High-temperature lithium batteries.
-Redox and flow batteries.
-Nickel-iron batteries.
-Calcium-metal sulfide batteries.
-Sodium-metal chloride batteries.
-Lithium-sulfur batteries.

Next, the following established markets are considered in this report:

-Motive power: traction, marine and aviation.
-Portable product power: laptops, tablets, smartphones, hand tools and lawn care products, portable military/aerospace.
-Stationary power: uninterruptible power supplies, emergency lighting, remote power, small-scale alternative energy storage.
-Hybrid electric vehicles.

Large and advanced batteries will be used in the following emerging markets:
-Plug-in vehicles.
-Utility load leveling and large-scale alternative energy storage.
-Emerging military/aerospace applications.

This report aims to define these market sectors, and will identify leading companies and analyze the markets (including a five-year market forecast). Finally, large and advanced battery companies are outlined in the Company Profiles chapter.

METHODOLOGY
Primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report, which is based on interviews with commercial and government sources, literature reviews and patent examinations. Throughout the report, past market data is expressed in current U.S. dollars, and estimates and projections are in constant 2015 dollars. Historic markets and the projected markets for 2019 are provided. Most market summaries are based on a consensus scenario. Pessimistic, consensus and optimistic market scenarios characterize several emerging markets. Totals are rounded to the nearest million dollars. Information from previously published sources are identified, when appropriate, to allow a more detailed examination by clients.

INFORMATION SOURCES
Market assumptions used in this report include those based on updates of material from an earlier version of this analysis, as well as from BCC Research studies FCB023E Portable Battery Powered Products: Global Markets and FCB028F Lithium Batteries: Markets and Materials. The author of this report also prepared the studies mentioned above. Spanning 20 years, the author has edited the BCC Research newsletter, “Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Progress” and its predecessor “Battery and Electric Vehicles News.” Market assumptions used in this report include those based on updates of material from an earlier version of this analysis, as well as from the BCC Research study, Lithium Batteries: Markets and Materials and Portable Battery-Powered Products: Global Markets — again, which he also prepared.

As mentioned, primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report, based on interviews with commercial and government sources, literature reviews and patent examinations. In addition, the report comprises an in-depth analysis of technical and business literature and published dissertations; a review of the history of the technologies involved; and interviews with industry experts, company representatives, federal government researchers and university scientists provide an assessment of the outlook for alternative electrical power storage. Other information sources include product literature from suppliers, scientific references, conferences and patent searches.

Although many segments of the industry are well documented, much of this information is based on estimates rather than hard facts. The distinction between these estimates and factual data can be vital, and sources are identified wherever possible. When appropriate, information from previously published sources is identified to allow for a more detailed examination.

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary 6 $0
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
CONTRIBUTION OF THE STUDY AND INTENDED AUDIENCE
SCOPE AND FORMAT
METHODOLOGY
INFORMATION SOURCES
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE
DISCLAIMER

Chapter- 2: SUMMARY 2 $250
Table Summary : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Figure Summary : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY APPLICATION, 2009-2019

Chapter- 3: TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW 107 $2824
BATTERY BACKGROUND
BATTERY SYSTEMS
BATTERY DESCRIPTIONS

Chapter- 4: LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY MARKET APPLICATIONS 74 $1953
SUMMARY OF LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY MARKETS
MOTIVE POWER LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY MARKETS
PORTABLE PRODUCT LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY MARKETS
STATIONARY POWER LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY MARKETS
HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLES
EMERGING MARKETS
LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY MARKET SUMMARY

Chapter- 5: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE ASPECTS 55 $1451
THE DRIVING FORCES OF THE INDUSTRY
MARKET SEGMENTATION
INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENT AND TRADE PRACTICES
DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS
INDUSTRY PURCHASING INFLUENCES

Chapter- 6: COMPANY PROFILES AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 134 $3536
A123 SYSTEMS
AC DELCO
ADVANCED BATTERY CONCEPTS
ADVANCED BATTERY TECHNOLOGIES INC. (ABAT)
ABAT (U.S)
ALL POWER BATTERY
AMBRI
AMPRIUS
ANZODE
APOLLO ENERGY SYSTEMS
AROTECH CORP.
ATLANTIC BATTERY CO.
AXION POWER INTERNATIONAL INC.
BASF BATTERY MATERIALS
BATTERY BUILDERS INC.
BATTERY SYSTEMS INC.
B.B. BATTERY
BELL CITY BATTERIES
BOLLORE GROUP
BOSTON-POWER
BYD COMPANY LIMITED
CHINA BAK BATTERY INC.
CONTINENTAL CORP.
CROWN BATTERY MANUFACTURING CO.
CSB BATTERY (CBS)
DELTRAN BATTERY TENDER
DENCHI POWER LTD. (ABSL POWER)
DOUGLAS BATTERY MANUFACTURING CO.
DYNACELL CORP.
DYNO BATTERY INC.
EAST PENN MANUFACTURING CO. (DEKA BATTERIES)
ECOLOCAP SOLUTIONS
ELECTROVAYA
ENER1 INC. (ENERDEL)
ENERIZE CORP. (FIFE BATTERIES)
ENERSYS INC.
ENERVAULT
ENSTORAGE
ENVIA SYSTEMS INC.
ERRA INC.
EVEREXCEED INDUSTRIAL CO. LTD.
EXIDE TECHNOLOGIES
FARASIS ENERGY
FIAMM TECHNOLOGIES INC.
FIREFLY INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CO.
FLUIDIC ENERGY
FLUX POWER
FURUKAWA BATTERY CO.
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.
GENERAL MOTORS
GOLDEN ENERGY FUEL CELL CO. LTD.
GP BATTERIES (GOLD PEAK INTERNATIONAL)
HITACHI MAXELL CORP.
HIGHPOWER INTERNATIONAL
HYB BATTERY CO. LTD.
INDUSTRIAL BATTERY ENGINEERING
INDUSTRIAL BATTERY PRODUCTS
IQ POWER
JOHNSON CONTROLS
JOHNSON MATTHEY BATTERY SYSTEMS (AXEON)
K2 ENERGY
LG CHEMICAL
LITHIUM TECHNOLOGY CORP. (LTC)
MAGNA INTERNATIONAL INC.
MES-DEA
MICROVAST POWER SYSTEMS LTD.
MINING CORPORATION OF BOLIVIA (COMIBOL)
MINMAX ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD.
MITSUBISHI CORP.
NAMIL BATTERY
NEC ENERGY DEVICES LTD.
NEXCELL BATTERY CO.
NGK INSULATORS LTD.
NISSAN MOTOR CO.
ODYNE SYSTEMS LLC.
PANASONIC
POLYPLUS BATTERY CO.
POWER JAPAN PLUS
POWERGENIX
PRIMEARTH EV ENERGY
SAFT
SAKTI
SAMSUNG SDI
SEEO
SION POWER
SOLIDENERGY
SONY COPR.
STORAGE BATTERY SYSTEMS INC.
SUPERIOR BATTERY MANUFACTURING
SWIFT INDUSTRIAL POWER
TIAX LLC
TIANJIN LISHEN BATTERY JOINT-STOCK CO. LTD.
TOSHIBA
TROJAN BATTERY CO.
UNIENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
U.S. BATTERY MANUFACTURING CO.
VALANCE TECHNOLOGY INC.
VARTA AUTOMOTIVE (JOHNSON CONTROLS)
VIZN ENERGY SYSTEMS
WINSTON BATTERY LTD.
XALT ENERGY LLC
YARDNEY (LITHION, ALUPOWER)
YUASA BATTERY INC.
ZAF ENERGY SYSTEMS
ZBB ENERGY CORP.
ZENTRIC INC.

List of Tables
Summary Table : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 1 : LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY SYSTEMS
Table 2 : COMMERCIAL SECONDARY BATTERY TYPES
Table 3 : LEAD-ACID BATTERY COMPANIES
Table 4 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED LEAD-ACID BATTERY BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 5 : NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERY COMPANIES
Table 6 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERY BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 7 : NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE BATTERY COMPANIES
Table 8 : OVONIC NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE TECHNOLOGY LICENSEES
Table 9 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE BATTERIES BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 10 : CONDUCTIVE POLYMER BATTERY ENERGY DENSITIES
Table 11 : LITHIUM-BASED BATTERY COMPANIES
Table 12 : GLOBAL LARGE AND ADVANCED LITHIUM BATTERY MARKET PROJECTIONS BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 13 : SILVER BATTERY COMPANIES
Table 14 : BENEFITS COMPARISON OF POWERGENIX (NIZN) HIGH DISCHARGE BATTERY
Table 15 : EUROPOSITRON ALUMINUM-AIR BATTERY ESTIMATED COSTS
Table 16 : SUMMARY OF CURRENT AND HISTORIC ALUMINUM-AIR BATTERY COMPANIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
Table 17 : SUMMARY OF CURRENT AND HISTORIC ZINC-AIR BATTERY COMPANIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
Table 18 : METAL-AIR BATTERY COMPANIES
Table 19 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED SPECIALTY BATTERY BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 20 : SUMMARY OF CURRENT AND HISTORICAL SODIUM-SULFUR BATTERY COMPANIES AND DEVELOPMENTS
Table 21 : HISTORICAL HIGH-TEMPERATURE LITHIUM-IRON SULFIDE BATTERY R&D
Table 22 : VRB SPECIFICATIONS
Table 23 : REDOX FLOW BATTERY COMPANIES
Table 24 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR EMERGING LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 25 : COMPARISON BETWEEN CAPACITIVE ENERGY STORAGE AND LARGE ELECTROCHEMICAL STORAGE BATTERIES
Table 26 : COMPARISON OF CAPACITOR, ULTRACAPACITOR AND BATTERY CHARACTERISTICS
Table 27 : MOTIVE/TRACTION BATTERY MARKET DRIVERS
Table 28 : CONSENSUS, OPTIMISTIC AND PESSIMISTIC MOTIVE/TRACTION BATTERY SCENARIOS
Table 29 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED TRACTION AND MARINE BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 30 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED TRACTION AND MARINE BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 31 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED AVIATION BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 32 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED AVIATION BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 33 : DRIVING FORCES AND DEVELOPMENTS IN PORTABLE COMPUTER, TABLET AND SMARTPHONE MARKET
Table 34 : DRIVING FORCES AND DEVELOPMENTS IN PORTABLE COMPUTER, TABLET AND SMARTPHONE BATTERY MARKET
Table 35 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PORTABLE COMPUTER, TABLET AND SMARTPHONE BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 36 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PORTABLE COMPUTER, TABLET AND SMARTPHONE BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 37 : DRIVING FORCES AND DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PORTABLE TOOLS MARKET
Table 38 : DRIVING FORCES AND DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PORTABLE TOOL BATTERIES MARKET
Table 39 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED HAND TOOL AND LAWN CARE PRODUCT BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 40 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED HAND TOOL AND LAWN CARE PRODUCT BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 41 : DRIVING FORCES AND DEVELOPMENTS IN PORTABLE MILITARY PRODUCT MARKET
Table 42 : DRIVING FORCES AND DEVELOPMENTS IN PORTABLE MILITARY PRODUCT BATTERIES MARKET
Table 43 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PORTABLE MILITARY PRODUCT BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 44 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PORTABLE MILITARY PRODUCT BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 45 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR UPS BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 46 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED UPS BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 47 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED EMERGENCY LIGHTING BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 48 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED EMERGENCY LIGHTING BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 49 : TECHNOLOGIES FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER STORAGE
Table 50 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED REMOTE AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY STORAGE BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 51 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED REMOTE AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY STORAGE BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 52 : HEV AND HEV BATTERY MARKET DRIVERS
Table 53 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED HEV BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 54 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED HEV BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 55 : PROJECTED ANNUAL GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS FROM PHEVS IN THE YEAR 2050
Table 56 : PEAK NEW VEHICLE MARKET SHARE IN 2050 FOR THE THREE PHEV ADOPTION SCENARIOS
Table 57 : PHEV AND EV BATTERY MARKET DRIVERS
Table 58 : CONSENSUS, OPTIMISTIC AND PESSIMISTIC PHEV AND EV SCENARIOS
Table 59 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PLUG-IN BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 60 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PLUG-IN BATTERY BY REGION, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 61 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PLUG-IN BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 62 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PLUG-IN BATTERY BY REGION, OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 63 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PLUG-IN BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 64 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED PLUG-IN BATTERY BY REGION, PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 65 : LOAD LEVELING AND PEAK SHIFTING APPROACHES
Table 66 : POWER STORAGE FUNCTIONALITY
Table 67 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED LOAD-LEVELING BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 68 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED LOAD-LEVELING BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 69 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED EMERGING MILITARY BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 70 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED EMERGING MILITARY BATTERY BY REGION, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 71 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED EMERGING MILITARY BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 72 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED EMERGING MILITARY BATTERY BY REGION, OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2019
Table 73 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019
Table 74 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 75 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 76 : LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY MARKET (END-USE) TRENDS
Table 77 : CONDUCTIVE POLYMER BATTERY ENERGY DENSITIES
Table 78 : GENERIC BATTERY MANUFACTURING TREE
Table 79 : LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY MARKET SEGMENTATION AND MARKET FORCES
Table 80 : LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS
Table 81 : LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY PURCHASING INFLUENCES
Table 82 : TYPICAL RETAIL ADVANCED BATTERY PRICES, 1996-2015
Table 83 : COMPARISON OF A123 SYSTEMS' BATTERY WITH OTHER HIGH-CAPACITY BATTERY SYSTEMS
Table 84 : A123 SYSTEMS' BATTERY PULSE DURATION AND POWER DENSITY
Table 85 : OVONIC'S NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE TECHNOLOGY LICENSEES
Table 86 : COMPARISON BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL BATTERY AND NEXELION
Table 87 : SCIB SPECIFICATIONS

List of Figures
Summary Figure : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY APPLICATION, 2009-2019
Figure 1 : COMPARISON OF POWER STORAGE APPROACHES
Figure 2 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY TECHNOLOGY, 2014
Figure 3 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY, 2009-2019
Figure 4 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY BY REGION, 2014


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