Dense Energy Storage: Batteries; Ultracapacitors and Other Cutting Edge Power Sources (Technical Insights)


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Dense Energy Storage, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryScope and MethodologyScope and MethodologySummary of Major FindingsSummary of Major FindingsMarket HighlightsMarket HighlightsDense Energy Storage, IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionStorage DensityStorage DensityThe Energy Storage AssociationThe Energy Storage AssociationContact Information:Types of StorageTypes of StorageDirectory of OrganizationsDirectory of OrganizationsGeneral ReferencesGeneral ReferencesDense Energy Storage, Markets and ForecastsMarkets and ForecastsMarkets and ForecastsThe Power Utility MarketThe Power Utility MarketPower QualityPower QualityMarket ProjectionsMarket ProjectionsDense Energy Storage, Diversified ResourcesDiversified ResourcesDiversified ResourcesABB Power Systems; AB; Reactive Power Compensation DivisionABB Power Systems; AB; Reactive Power Compensation DivisionAmerican Public Power AssociationAmerican Public Power AssociationDesert Research InstituteDesert Research InstituteDiversified Technology GroupDiversified Technology GroupEA TechnologyEA TechnologyElectric Power Research Institute (EPRI)Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)Electrochemical SocietyElectrochemical SocietyEnergetics Inc.Energetics Inc.OnSite Energy CorporationOnSite Energy CorporationRenewable Energy PartnersRenewable Energy PartnersSRISRITETAPTETAPTechnology Transition CorporationTechnology Transition CorporationOther ResourcesOther ResourcesDense Energy Storage, Focus on Batteries and Fuel CellsAssessmentAssessmentCurrent TechnologyCurrent TechnologyFuel CellsFuel CellsBatteriesBatteriesRedox BatteryRedox BatteryInvolved Companies and Private Research OrganizationsBallard Power Systems Inc.Battery EngineeringBattery Research and TestingBattery Technology Center Inc.Battery Technologies Inc. BCS Technology Inc.Cell Energy Covalent AssociatesDais CorporationEast Penn ManufacturingElectrochem Inc.Electrochemical Engineering Consultants Inc.Electrosource Inc.Energy Conversion Devices Inc.Ener-Tek International Inc.Energy Research Corp.Energy Technologies Inc.Epyx ErgenicsFuel Cell Commercialization GroupFuel Cells 2000International Lead Zinc Research Organization Inc. (ILZRO)Johnson Controls SBDLithium Technology CorporationMoltech CorporationONSI CorporationPlug PowerPolyStorPower Technologies Inc.SaftStored Energy SystemsTrace Technologies Inc.TRL (Technology Research Laboratories Inc.) Valence Technology Inc.ZevcoOther ResourcesOther ResourcesFurther ReadingFurther ReadingDense Energy Storage, Focus on FlywheelsAssessmentAssessmentCurrent TechnologyCurrent TechnologyInvolved Companies and OrganizationsActive PowerAcumentricsInternational Computer PowerPillerPrecise Power Inc.Test DevicesTrinity Flywheel PowerFurther ReadingFurther ReadingDense Energy Storage, Focus on UltracapacitorsFocus on UltracapacitorsFocus on UltracapacitorsAssessmentAssessmentCurrent TechnologyCurrent TechnologyInvolved Companies and OrganizationsCape Cod Research Inc.Maxwell Technologies Inc.PowerStor US Nanocorp Inc.Further ReadingFurther ReadingDense Energy Storage, Focus on SuperconductivityAssessmentAssessmentCurrent TechnologyCurrent TechnologyInvolved Companies and OrganizationsAmerican SuperconductorBechtelBWX Technologies Inc.Everson Electric CompanyInfrared Components CorporationSuperconductive Components Inc.Other ResourcesOther ResourcesFurther ReadingFurther ReadingDense Energy Storage, Hydrogen; Nuclear and Other Chemical/Mechanical MethodsAssessmentAssessmentCurrent Technology Hydrocarbons HydrogenInvolved Companies and OrganizationsAmerican Hydrogen AssociationAmerican Methanol InstituteCalifornia Hydrogen Business CouncilDCH TechnologyHawaii Natural Energy InstituteHydrogen Burner TechnologyHydrogen Industry CouncilInternational Association for Hydrogen EnergyMehta AssociatesNational Hydrogen AssociationWarsitz Enterprises Ltd.Further ReadingFurther ReadingDense Energy Storage, Developed IssuesDeveloped IssuesDeveloped IssuesBatteriesBatteriesAlternative VehiclesAlternative VehiclesWhich Energy Storage Technique Works Best?Which Energy Storage Technique Works Best?Dense Energy Storage, Government and National LaboratoriesGovernment and National LaboratoriesGovernment and National LaboratoriesAmes LaboratoryAmes LaboratoryArgonne National LaboratoryArgonne National LaboratoryDepartment of EnergyDepartment of EnergyE.O. Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryE.O. Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryNational Renewable Energy LaboratoryNational Renewable Energy LaboratoryOak Ridge Centers for Manufacturing TechnologiesOak Ridge Centers for Manufacturing TechnologiesPacific Northwest National LaboratoryPacific Northwest National LaboratorySavannah River Technology CenterSavannah River Technology CenterOther Government ResourcesOther Government Resources

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