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Pumped Hydro Energy Storage and Battery Energy Storage Markets in Asia-Pacific

Japan, South Korea, and Australia Offer Immense Opportunities

  • Research Code : P6D1-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EG00196-AP-MR_00691
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  • Release Date : 19-Apr-2013
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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This research service covers large-scale grid-storage systems in Asia-Pacific. Pumped hydro energy storage systems constitute the highest market share, followed by battery energy storage systems, and emerging technologies. This is expected to be slowly replaced by large-capacity batteries of lithium-ion, sodium sulfur, and lead acid technologies in the next five years. The emerging technologies covered include flywheel energy storage, supercapacitors, and thermal energy storage. Renewable energy storage, grid stabilization, and load shifting applications are creating opportunities for battery storage systems.

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