Albany, NY (PRWEB) July 28, 2013
Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on Solar Storage Market 2013. The report focuses primarily on quantitative market metrics in order to characterize the growth and evolution of the Solar Storage Market.
This report provides a detailed analysis and forecast of the markets for energy storage for the solar industry with coverage of both the photovoltaics (PV) and concentrated solar power (CSP) sectors. Opportunities are identified for the full range of storage options including batteries, supercapacitors and mechanical systems.A lot has happened since NanoMarkets last examined this market. Perhaps most dramatically, small PV installations, which just a year ago would never have considered installing any kind of storage facility are now being pushed into buying batteries because of declining feed-in tariffs (FiTs) and other subsidy reductions.
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At the same time, utility-scale solar – both PV and CSP – are also adopting strategies for large-scale storage solutions and in some cases such storage is even being mandated by government. Meanwhile, Smart Grid deployment is continuing to drive solar energy storage markets as grids find that they need storage a way of protecting the grid from the variability implicit in all solar generation technologies.
This report also contains discussions of how the leading firms in the energy storage space are adapting their products and product strategies for solar markets. In addition, many examples are also given of solar installations that are using storage in ways that suggest new directions for revenue generation in this sector.
Finally, this report assesses all the currently available storage technologies for the storage of solar generated power and determines how they can fit into solar industry landscape, both now and in the future. The report also quantifies all the major markets for solar-related energy storage in an eight-year market forecast in both volume and value terms. This market forecast is broken out both by technology and the region into which the solar storage products are expected to be sold.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
E.1 Declining Solar Subsidies: Excellent News for Solar Storage
E.2 Lead-acid batteries: Still the One to Beat, Still A Hard Way to Make Money
E.3 A Boom for Storage for Utility-Scale PV and CSP?
E.4 The New Market for Residential PV Storage
E.5 Opportunities in Solar-Power Storage by Type of Storage Technology
E.6 Firms to Watch in the Solar-Related Storage Sector
E.5 Summary of Eight-Year Forecasts of Solar-Related Energy Storage
E.5.1 Opportunities for Solar-Power Storage by World Region
Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Background to this Report
1.1.1 The Changing Storage Needs of the Solar Sector
1.1.2 Recent Evolution of Solar Storage Technology
1.2 Goal and Scope of this Report
1.3 Methodology of this Report
1.3.1 Forecasting Methodology
1.3.2 Data Sources
1.3.3 Alternative Scenarios
1.4 Plan of this Report
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Chapter Two: Technologies and Products for Solar-Related Energy Storage
2.1 Solar Technology Storage Options Expanding in Number and in Capacity Too
2.1.1 Pricing Trends for Solar Energy Storage Technologies
2.2 Lead-Acid and Lead-Carbon Batteries
2.2.1 Types of Lead-Acid Battery
2.2.2 The Transition to Lead-Carbon Batteries
2.3 Metal Hydride Batteries
2.4 Sodium Sulfur Batteries for the Solar Market
2.4.1 Recent Technical Developments in NaS Batteries
2.5 Flow Battery Systems and Solar
2.5.1 Vanadium Flow Batteries
2.5.2 Zinc Bromine and Other Hybrid Flow Batteries
2.5.3 Supply Structure for Flow Batteries and Supplier Interest in Solar Applications
2.6 Lithium-Ion Batteries for Solar Storage
2.6.1 Advantages and Disadvantages of Lithium Ion Batteries in the Solar Market.
2.6.2 Solar-Related Technology Evolution for the Lithium Ion Battery
2.7 Liquid Metal Batteries
2.8 Supercapacitors and Solar
2.8.1 Actual and Potential Applications for Supercapacitors in the Solar Sector
2.8.2 Supercapacitor Supply Structure and Supplier Interest in Solar Applications
2.8.3 Ultrabatteries in Solar
2.9 Solar and Mechanical Storage
2.9.1 Pumped Hydro-Electric Storage
2.9.2 Compressed Air Energy Storage
2.10 Related and Competitive Technologies and Solutions
2.10.1 Smart Grids and Solar Storage
2.10.3 Renewable Integration Management Systems (RIMS)
2.11 A Note on Thermal Solar/CSP and Thermal Storage
2.11 Key Points Made In this Chapter
Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Installation Market
Solar Photovoltaic (PV) systems are used to generate electricity through the photovoltaic effect. Solar radiation is trapped and converted to electricity via solar PV panels. The solar PV systems generate electricity with negligible carbon emissions thereby cutting the carbon level in the environment. Solar energy is freely and abundantly available, eliminating the cost involved in fuel input. Solar energy is one of the best alternative renewable sources of energy with least maintenance and operation costs. The global solar PV installation is expected to reach 60.05 GW in 2018, growing at a CAGR of 10.7% from 2012 to 2018. This market research analyzes the global market for solar PV, estimating and forecasting the market from the demand perspective.
This study analyzes estimates and forecasts the demand for thermic fluids, also known as heat transfer fluids (HTF) in terms of revenue and volumes from 2011 to 2018. The study provides a comprehensive snapshot of the thermic fluids industry by segmenting the market into product categories including silicone and aromatic thermic fluids, mineral oil based thermic fluids, glycol based thermic fluids and other (including molten salts and HFPE). The report also provides market data and forecast for various applications of thermic fluids including oil and gas, chemical processing, CSP, foods and plastics in terms of volumes (kilo tons) and revenues (USD million) from 2011 to 2018. All product and application segmentation data has been provided on a granular level for key geographies across the globe.
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