Implications of Mega Trends on Batteries

Transformational Trends are Driving This Energy Storage Device


This study examines the key mega trends that are creating a high demand for batteries. The role of the Internet of Things (IoT), advancements to telecommunication networks (LTE), wearable devices with sensors, renewable integration, smart grid, energy storage, and advancements to healthcare devices are some of the key technologies that are dependent on batteries for their successful implementation and performance. This study highlights the different emerging battery chemistries and their applications, apart from the existing, well-established lead acid, lithium-ion, and flow batteries. A long-term perspective of how the demand for batteries and winning business models will evolve in 2025 is given along with revenue forecasts.
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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsEmerging Battery ChemistriesExecutive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsMega Trends Influencing the Market for BatteriesTop Mega Trends Tracked by Frost & SullivanMega Trend 1—Connectivity and ConvergenceMega Trend 2—Smart is the New GreenMega Trend 3—Future of EnergyMega Trend 4—Health, Wellness, and WellbeingKey Findings Pertaining to BatteriesTop 10 Transformational Trends in Battery Space by 2020Top 10 Key Industries Driving Batteries by 2020Emerging Battery ChemistriesFuture Battery TechnologiesResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectiveResearch Methodology—From Macro to Micro TrendsDefinitions Used in the StudyDefinitionsDefinitions (continued)Definitions (continued)Mega Trend 1—Convergence and ConnectivityMega Trend 1—Convergence and Connectivity: Key Sub-trendsElements of Connectivity and ConvergenceThe IoT EcosystemKey Elements and Components of IoTInternet of Things and Beyond—Evolution of Technology and Power SourceKey Aspects of Connected LivingConnected Living—Connected Home EnergyConnected Living—M2M Value Chain: Macro to MicroConnected Living—M2M Value ChainConnected Living—M2M Value Chain (continued)Future of Consumer DevicesGrowth of Wearable DevicesBatteries—The Power Source for Sensors in 2025Thin-film BatteriesTechnological Advancements Undertaken by Battery ManufacturersMega Trend 2—Smart is the New GreenMega Trend 2—Smart is the New Green – Key Sub-trendsOverview and Introduction—Smart City and its ComponentsKey Parameters That Will Define a Smart City in 2020Global Smart City Market—Detailed BreakdownEnergy Storage and Smart CityBatteries in Every Element of a Smart CityTechnical Impacts of Energy Storage in a Smart CityEconomic Impact of Energy Storage in a Smart CityCustomer Impact of Energy Storage in a Smart CityEnergy Storage in a Smart City—A Case StudyInteractions Between Various ParticipantsSmart Infrastructure—Water Industry IntroductionSmart Water NetworkConvergence in Smart Water MetersBatteries Powering Smart Water MeterMega Trend 3—Future of EnergyMega Trend 3—Future of EnergyGame Changers in the Energy SectorSmart Energy—Smart Grid the Future 'Energy Internet' Transformation in Energy FlowsSmart Grid—RoadmapMacro to Micro Implications for Smart EnergyRenewables and Batteries—Macro to MicroSolar PV Installed CapacitySolar PV Installed Capacity GrowthSolar PV ComponentsSolar Power and Energy Storage—Key Countries and TrendsSolar Power and Energy Storage—Key Countries and Trends (continued)Solar Power and Energy Storage—Germany: The LeaderMacro to Micro—Solar PV with BatteriesMacro to Micro—Solar PV with Storage: Key TrendsAdvanced Batteries and Energy Storage—Global Targets and Supportive LegislationsEnergy Storage Regulations—North AmericaEnergy Storage Regulations—North America (continued)Energy Storage Types and Application in the Energy NetworkUtility-scale Battery Energy Storage SystemsAdvanced Batteries and Energy Storage—Battery Chemistries for StorageBattery Bank RequirementBatteries for Energy StorageBattery-based Energy Storage SystemsAdvanced Batteries and Energy Storage—Emerging Battery ChemistriesAdvanced Batteries—Emerging Chemistries of the FutureAdvanced Batteries—Emerging Chemistries of Future (continued)Advanced Batteries—Technological Advancements in Battery ManufacturingAdvanced Batteries—Technological Advancements in Battery Manufacturing (continued)Energy Harvesting Operational DiagramEnergy Harvesting Block DiagramSensors are Vital for Energy HarvestingEnergy Harvesting MarketMacro to Micro—Batteries for Energy HarvestingMega Trend 4—Health, Wellness, and WellbeingMega Trend 4—Health, Wellness, and Wellbeing: Key Sub-trendsWearables—Futuristic Diagnostic Devices in HealthcareFuture Healthcare DevicesDependence of the Future Healthcare Market on BatteriesAgeing PopulationMacro to Micro—Top 10 Battery Based Medical DevicesMacro to Micro—Future Healthcare Devices and BatteriesMacro to Micro—Batteries Powering Healthcare DevicesMacro to Micro—Market Prospects of Medical BatteriesMajor Market Participants in the Medical Battery MarketConclusionKey TakeawaysKey Takeaways (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixRegional Definition and AppendixBattery Based Medical Devices Explained




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