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替代能源用電力貯存技術

Electrical Power Storage Technologies for Alternative Energy Sources

出版商 BCC Research 商品編碼 522779
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替代能源用電力貯存技術 Electrical Power Storage Technologies for Alternative Energy Sources
出版日期: 2017年06月30日 內容資訊: 英文 381 Pages
簡介

替代能源電力貯存技術的市場在預測期間內預計以34.0%的年複合成長率發展,從2016年的8億4700萬美元,成長到2017年達13億美元,2022年達近57億美元的規模。

本報告提供全球替代能源電力貯存技術的市場調查,市場及技術的背景,各地各國的電力網,替代發電技術、蓄電技術類型和概要,產業結構和市場影響因素分析,各發電技術、蓄電技術、地區的市場規模的變化與預測,企業簡介等彙整資料。

第1章 簡介

第2章 摘要、亮點

第3章 發電方法

  • 發電零組件
  • 電力網

第4章 電力網:各地各國

  • 北美
  • 歐洲
  • 日本
  • 中國
  • 印度
  • "Base of the Pyramid" 電力網的開發
  • 非洲

第5章 替代發電技術

  • 太陽光
  • 風力
  • 潮汐、波浪發電
  • 地熱

第6章 蓄電

  • 電池
  • 電池的各種類型
  • 燃料電池
  • 容量式蓄電
  • 飛輪儲能式蓄電

第7章 蓄電企業

  • 鉛蓄電池企業
  • 鎳為基礎的電池企業
  • 鋰電池企業
  • 金屬空氣電池企業
  • 液流電池企業
  • 鈉硫電池企業
  • 容量式蓄電企業
  • 飛輪儲能蓄電企業
  • 燃料電池企業
  • 替代蓄電企業簡介

第8章 產業結構

  • 市場影響因素

第9章 替代蓄電市場

  • 市場背景
  • 場成長推動因素、方案
  • 市場:各發電類型
  • 系統方法
  • 各地區市場
  • 各蓄電技術市場
  • 長期的展望

第10章 蓄電整合商

  • 替代蓄電系統廠商的各種類型
    • 風力
    • 太陽光
    • 地熱
    • 潮汐、波浪發電
  • 蓄電整合商簡介

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Product Code: EGY073B

Report Highlights

The global market for alternative energy storage market reached $847 million in 2016. This market should reach $1.3 billion in 2017 and nearly $5.7 billion by 2022 under a consensus scenario at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 34.0% through 2022.

Report Includes:

  • An overview of the markets for electrical power storage technologies for alternative energy sources.
  • Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2016, projections for 2017, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2022.
  • In depth analysis of:
    • Batteries (including lead-acid, nickel-based, lithium-based, sodium-sulfur, and redox-flow systems).
    • Fuel cells, which can be powered by hydrogen generated by excess capacity.
    • Flywheel energy storage, which stores excess energy in a high-speed, rotating, kinetic battery.
    • Capacitive energy storage, which uses an electronic rather than an electrochemical approach to storing electrical energy.
  • Analysis of the market's dynamics, specifically growth drivers, restraints, and opportunities.
  • Major utility-scale alternative electrical power companies listed and characterized, and energy storage systems companies and integrators profiled.

Rpeort Scope

As defined by this report, alternative electrical power storage includes approaches that use primarily electric and high-speed kinetic approaches as opposed to larger-scale kinetic approaches such as pumped hydro and compressed air. As such, alternative electrical power storage includes:

  • Batteries (including lead acid, nickel-based, lithium-based, sodium-sulfur, and redox flow systems).
  • Fuel cells, which can be powered by hydrogen generated by excess capacity.
  • Flywheel energy storage, which stores excess energy in a high-speed rotating kinetic battery.

Capacitive energy storage, which uses an electronic rather than an electrochemical approach to store electrical energy.

As defined by this report, alternative electrical power storage refers primarily to power generated by means other than coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, and hydroelectric (wind, solar, geothermal, and tidal/wave). However, the alternative market is discussed in relation to this established “conventional” market. It should also be noted that many of the energy-storage technologies discussed in this report can also be used during conventional power generation for peak shifting.

This report discusses the North American, European, Far Eastern, and Rest of World market in terms of units, value and megawatt capacity. A target market based on optimistic, pessimistic, and consensus alternative energy adoption and power storage potential is provided. This is compared to the conventional power generation target and peak-shifting opportunities. Major utility-scale alternative electrical power companies are listed and characterized, and energy-storage system companies and integrators are profiled in detail.

Note that there is a significant distinction between the term “alternative power” and the more commonly used term “renewable energy.” The distinction is as follows:

  • “Alternative power” is generated using processes beyond commonly used coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, and hydropower.
  • “Renewable energy” is generated using processes that do not expend mined or pumped resources such as coal, oil, natural gas, and nuclear. However, in addition to all of the alternative fuels, renewable energy also includes hydropower.

An in-depth analysis of technical and business literature and published dissertations; a review of the history of the technologies involved; and interviews with industry experts, company representatives, federal government researchers, and university scientists provided an assessment of the outlook for alternative power storage.

Analyst Credentials

DONALD SAXMAN is an industry-recognized expert in gas separation and oil recovery through carbon dioxide injection. His experience in both markets and technologies for corrosion inhibitors, and industrial gas end uses informs his research. While working for Zellweger Analytics as a subscontractor to Boeing Aerospace, he was quality assurance manager for the design, manufacture and testing of an organic carbon monitor for the International Space Station and its water recycling system. He has worked with BCC Research as analyst and author for more than 20 years. His reports include market research on lithium batteries and solid oxide fuel cells. He has a bachelor's degree in geology from the University of Indiana.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • Study Goals and Objectives
  • Reasons for Doing This Study
  • Scope of Report
  • Information Sources
  • Methodology
  • Geographic Breakdown
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • Related BCC Research Reports

Chapter 2: Summary and Highlights

Chapter 3: Electrical Power Generation Approaches

  • Power Generation Components
    • Operating an Electric Utility
    • Types of Power Plants
    • Components and Concept Definitions
  • The Power Grid
    • Current State: Generations One and Two
    • Future State: Generations Three and Four

Chapter 4: Market Power Grids by Region or Country

  • North American Power Grids
  • European Power Grids
  • Japanese Power Grids
  • Chinese Power Grids
  • Indian Power Grids
  • "Base of the Pyramid" Power Grid Development
  • African Power Grid

Chapter 5: Alternative Power Generation Technologies

  • Solar
    • Solar Power Fundamentals
    • Solar Power Storage
  • Wind
    • Wind Power Fundamentals
    • Wind Power Storage
  • Tidal and Wave
    • Tidal and Wave Power Fundamentals
    • Tidal and Wave Power Storage
  • Geothermal
    • Geothermal Power Fundamentals
    • Geothermal Power Storage

Chapter 6: Power Storage

  • Batteries
    • Battery Background
  • Battery Types
    • Lead Acid Batteries
    • Nickel-metal Hydride Batteries
    • Lithium-ion and Lithium-polymer Batteries
    • Metal-air Batteries
    • Aluminum-air Batteries
    • Zinc-air Batteries
    • Iron-air Batteries
    • Lithium-air Batteries
    • Nickel-hydrogen Secondary Batteries
    • High-temperature Lithium Batteries
    • Sodium-sulfur Batteries
    • Redox and Flow Batteries
    • Nickel Iron Batteries
    • Nickel-zinc Batteries
    • Sodium-metal Chloride Batteries
    • Hydronium Ion Battery
  • Fuel Cells
    • Fuel Cell Background
    • Fuel Cell Types
    • Hydrogen Fuel
  • Capacitive Storage
    • Supercapacitors
    • Aerocapacitors
    • The Ultrabattery
  • Flywheel Energy Storage

Chapter 7: Power Storage Companies

  • Lead Acid Battery Companies
  • Nickel-based Battery Companies
  • Lithium Battery Companies
  • Metal-air Battery Companies
  • Flow Battery Companies
  • Sodium-sulfur Battery Companies
  • Capacitive Energy Storage Companies
  • Flywheel Energy Storage Companies
  • Fuel Cell Companies
  • Alternative Power Storage Company Profiles

Chapter 8: Industry Structure

  • Market Drivers
    • Energy Information Administration Global Conventional Electric Energy Baseline and Forecast
    • Energy Information Administration Global Alternative/Renewable Electric Energy Baseline and
    • Forecast
    • Driving Force: Alternative Power Generation and Storage Prices
    • Driving Force: Alternative Power Storage System Costs
    • Driving Force: Alternative Power Storage Procurement Process
    • Driving Force: Stored Energy Pricing Considerations
    • Driving Force: Renewable Energy Certificates
    • Driving Force: Standards and Guidelines
    • Political Market Drivers
    • Driving Force: Direct Regulatory Barriers to Alternative Power Storage
    • Driving Force: Alternative Power Storage Policy Goals
  • Environmental Market Drivers
    • Driving Force: Direct Environmental Impact
  • Utility Industry Optimization Drivers
    • Driving Force: A New, Competitive U.S. Utility Industry
    • Driving Force: Impact on the Electric Utility Industry
    • Driving Force: Impact on Electricity Buyers
  • Intellectual Property Drivers
    • Driving Force: The Commercialization Process
    • Alternative Power Storage Research Associations

Chapter 9: Alternative Power Storage Markets

  • Alternative Power Storage Market Background
  • Alternative Power Storage Market Drivers and Scenarios
  • Markets by Power Generation Type
  • A Systems Approach to the Markets
  • Markets by Region
  • Markets by Power Storage Technology
  • Markets Beyond 2022

Chapter 10: Power Storage Integrators

  • Types of Alternative Power Storage System Integrators
    • Wind Alternative Power Integrators
    • Solar Alternative Power Integrators
    • Geothermal Alternative Power Integrators
    • Tidal and Wave Alternative Power Integrators
  • Power Storage Integrator Profiles

Appendix: Abbreviations

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List of Tables

  • Summary Table: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market by Power Source, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 1: Load Leveling and Peak Shifting Approaches
    • Table 2: Leading U.S. Electric Utilities Ranked by Customer
    • Table 3: Existing Capacity by Energy Source, 2015-2016 Timeframe (Number/MW)
    • Table 4: ENTSO-E (The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity)
    • Table 5: Japanese Power Utilities
    • Table 6: Chinese Power Utilities
    • Table 7: Applications for Storage-Integrated Photovoltaics
    • Table 8: Technologies for Photovoltaic Power Storage
    • Table 9: Power Storage Functionality
    • Table 10: Potential Alternative Power Storage Battery Systems
    • Table 11: Conductive Polymer Battery Energy Densities
    • Table 12: VRB Specifications
    • Table 13: Candidate Alternative Power Storage Fuel Cells
    • Table 14: Hydrogen Production Methods
    • Table 15: Hydrogen Electrolyzer/Fuel-cell Energy Storage with Hydrogen Storage in Wind Turbine Towers, 2010 and 2020
    • Table 16: Supercapacitors Compared to Batteries
    • Table 17: Flywheel Energy Storage Advantages
    • Table 18: Flywheel Energy-storage Definitions
    • Table 19: Lead Acid Battery Companies
    • Table 20: Nickel-based Battery Companies
    • Table 21: Lithium Battery Companies
    • Table 22: Metal-air Battery Companies
    • Table 23: Flow Battery Companies
    • Table 24: Sodium-sulfur Battery Companies
    • Table 25: Capacitive Energy Storage Companies
    • Table 26: Flywheel Energy Storage Companies
    • Table 27: Hydrogen Fuel Cell Companies
    • Table 28: Global Total Installed Generating Capacity, by Region and Country, 2011--2040 (Gigawatts)
    • Table 29: Global Installed Wind Powered Generating Capacity, by Region and Country, 2012--2040 (Gigawatts)
    • Table 30: Global Installed Geothermal Generating Capacity, by Region and Country, 2011--2040 (Gigawatts)
    • Table 31: Global Installed Solar Generating Capacity, by Region and Country, 2012--2040 .................... 243 (Gigawatts)
    • Table 32: Global Installed Other Renewable Generating Capacity, by Region and Country, 2012--2040 (Gigawatts)
    • Table 33: Global Net Wind Powered Electricity Generation from Central Producers, by Region and Country, 2012--2040 (Billion Kilowatt-Hours)
    • Table 34: Global Net Geothermal Electricity Generation from Central Producers, by Region and Country, 2012--2040 (Billion Kilowatt-Hours)
    • Table 35: Global Net Solar Electricity Generation from Central Producers, by Region and Country, 2012-- 2040 (Billion Kilowatt-Hours)
    • Table 36: Global Net Other Renewable Electricity Generation from Central Producers, by Region and Country, 2012--2040 (Billion Kilowatt-Hours)
    • Table 37: Estimated Levelized Cost of New-generation Resources, 2022
    • Table 38: Typical Alternative Power Storage System Cost Components
    • Table 39: Qualitative Environmental Impacts of Energy Storage Systems
    • Table 40: Power Storage Technology Market Drivers
    • Table 41: Consensus, Optimistic, and Pessimistic Power Storage Technology Scenarios
    • Table 42: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Generation, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 43: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Generation, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 (Hundred Units)
    • Table 44: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Generation, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 (Ten Megawatts)
    • Table 45: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Generation, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 46: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Generation, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Hundred Units)
    • Table 47: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Generation, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Ten Megawatts)
    • Table 48: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Generation, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 49: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Generation, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Hundred Units)
    • Table 50: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Generation, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Ten Megawatts)
    • Table 51: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 52: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 (Hundred Units)
    • Table 53: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 (Ten Megawatts)
    • Table 54: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 55: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Hundred Units)
    • Table 56: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Ten Mw)
    • Table 57: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 58: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Hundred Units)
    • Table 59: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Ten Mw)
    • Table 60: Global Alternative Energy Storage, by Region, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions
    • Table 61: Global Alternative Energy Storage, by Region, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 (Hundred Units)
    • Table 62: Global Alternative Energy Storage by Region, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 (Ten Mw)
    • Table 63: Global Alternative Energy Storage by Region, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 64: Global Alternative Energy Storage by Region, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Hundred Units)
    • Table 65: Global Alternative Energy Storage by Region, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Ten Mw)
    • Table 66: Global Alternative Energy Storage by Region, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 67: Global Alternative Energy Storage by Region, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Hundred Units)
    • Table 68: Global Alternative Energy Storage by Region, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 (Ten Mw)
    • Table 69: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Source, Consensus Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 70: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Source, Optimistic Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 71: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Source, Pessimistic Scenario, Through 2022 ($ Millions)
    • Table 72: Wind Alternative Power Integrators
    • Table 73: Solar Alternative Power Integrators
    • Table 74: Geothermal Alternative Power Integrators
    • Table 75: Tidal and Wave Alternative Power Integrators
    • Table 76: Abbreviations Used in Report

List of Figures

  • Summary Figure: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market by Power Source, Consensus Scenario, 2011-2022 ($ Millions)
    • Figure 1: Comparison of Power Storage Approaches
    • Figure 2: Conceptual Drawing of Hydrogen Storage in Wind Turbine Tower
    • Figure 3: Cost Breakdown for Modifying Wind Turbine Tower to Include Hydrogen Storage (%)
    • Figure 4: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Generation Source, Consensus Scenario, 2017 (%/$ Millions)
    • Figure 5: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by System Maturity, Consensus Scenario, 2017 (%/$ Millions)
    • Figure 6: Global Alternative Energy Storage, by Region, Consensus Scenario, 2017 (%/$ Millions)
    • Figure 7: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Source, Consensus Scenario, 2011--2022 ($ Millions)
    • Figure 8: Global Alternative Energy Storage Market, by Power Source, Consensus Scenario, 2017 (%/$ Millions)
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