Battery Energy Storage Systems for Grid Applications in Asia-Pacific, Forecast to 2021

East Asian Utilities Lead the BESS Market with New Business Models and an Integrated Value Chain

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The key objective of this research study is to understand the dynamics of the utility-scale, grid-connected battery-based energy storage systems (BESS) market for utility applications. The geographic scope of the study includes South Asia (India and China), Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Myanmar), East Asia (Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea), and ANZ (Australia and New Zealand).The Asia-Pacific grid-connected battery based energy storage systems market is forecast to record a CAGR of less than 30% from 2016 to 2021. Further along the forecast period, the key countries that are expected to see strong growth opportunities are China, Japan, Korea, and Australia.BE

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
CEOs’ Perspective—BESS Market
2. Introduction
Key Objective and Geographic Scope
Market Definition
Battery Chemistries—Scope
Technology Adoption across the Utility Value Chain
3. Market Overview
APAC Grid Architecture—A Combination of European and NA Models
Influence of the Physical Grid Infrastructure on BESS
Battery Chemistries in Asia-Pacific
Top Markets in 2016—Asia-Pacific
4. Drivers and Restraints
Market Drivers
Market Restraints
5. Forecasts and Trends
Market Forecasts
Pricing Analysis
6. BESS Projects—Operational, Announced, and Under-construction
Key BESS Projects
Projects in Focus—China
Projects in Focus—India
Projects in Focus—Australia
Projects in Focus—Japan
Projects in Focus—South Korea
7. Policies and Regulations
China—Market Overview and Policy Developments
India—Market Overview and Policy Developments
Japan—Market Overview and Policy Developments
South Korea—Market Overview and Policy Developments
Australia—Market Overview and Policy Developments
8. Value Chain Analysis
BESS Value Chain Map
Key Stakeholders in the Value Chain
9. BESS Competitive Landscape
Competitive Landscape
Competitive Analysis of Top BESS Companies
10. Emerging Business Models, Partnerships, and Notable Investments
Emerging Business Models
Partnerships and Notable Investments
11. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
Growth Opportunity 1—Innovating to Zero Faults
Growth Opportunity 2—Emerging Applications and Models
Growth Opportunity 3—Strong Command in Utility Business
Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth
12. Conclusion
The Last Word—3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
13. The Frost & Sullivan Story

List of Figures & Charts

1. BESS Market: Battery Chemistry Analysis, Asia-Pacific, 2016
2. BESS Market: Key Market Drivers, Asia-Pacific, 2017–2021
3. BESS Market: T&D Infrastructure Spending, Asia-Pacific, 2016
4. BESS Market: Key Market Restraints, Asia-Pacific, 2017–2021
5. BESS Market: Profiles of Recent Projects, Asia-Pacific, 2016
6. BESS Market: Competitive Landscape, Asia-Pacific, 2016

1. BESS Market: Key Findings, Asia-Pacific, 2016
2. BESS Market: Battery Chemistries, Asia-Pacific, 2016
3. BESS Market: Installed Capacity Forecast, Asia-Pacific, 2016–2021
4. BESS Market: Revenue Forecast, Asia-Pacific, 2016 and 2021
5. BESS Market: Cost of Battery Technology, Asia-Pacific, 2016
6. BESS Market: Value Chain Analysis, Asia-Pacific, 2016

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