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高溫能源儲存技術(HiTES)的全球市場

High Temperature Energy Storage (HiTES)

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高溫能源儲存技術(HiTES)的全球市場 High Temperature Energy Storage (HiTES)
出版日期: 2015年09月01日 內容資訊: 英文 153 Pages
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本報告聚焦於高溫能源儲存技術(HiTES)的全球市場,依電池化學種類(熔鹽、NaS(鈉硫電池)、NaMX(鈉金屬鹵化物))進行分析,提供2013~2020年間各年度實績/推定與預測,並彙整36間主要及利基企業檔案如後。

第1章 介紹、調查方法、產品的定義

  • 調查的可信度與報告範圍
  • 免責事項
  • 數據解析與報告層級
    • 定量方法與分析
  • 產品的定義與調查範圍

第2章 全球市場報告

  • 產業概要
    • 高溫能源儲存:低CAPEX的長壽技術
    • 鈉離子電池(NaS、NaMX):優點與缺點
    • 競爭情勢
    • 國際展望
  • 市場動態、課題、市場發展促進因素
    • 逐漸成為世界主流的聚光太陽能熱發電(CSP):對熔鹽能源儲存而言是強力成長促進因素
    • CSP計畫的投資增加對熔鹽TES系統也是好兆頭
    • CSP電廠中,作為熱轉移流體的溶鹽有無限潛能
    • 溶鹽儲存技術的研究契機
    • CSP電廠中溶鹽儲存的可能替代技術:疑慮的原因?
    • 可再生能源(RES)的關注增加:溶鹽儲存的豐富機會
    • 智慧電網標準的順利發展促進溶鹽能源儲存
    • 能源儲存業界中,最近電池技術的主流化促進了NaS電池市場
    • NaS電池:全時段維持高溫造成昂貴的生產成本
    • 高能量容量及持久性化學促進了NaMX電池的需求
    • 微電網設置的激增促進了NaMX電池的成長
    • 電動汽車基礎設施的擴大有利於NaMX電池的未來
    • 能源生產及消費強化了樂觀市場預測
  • 高溫能源儲存:地區觀點
    • 美國
    • 可再生能源及能源儲存有助於抵消節節上升的電力成本
    • 溶鹽熱能源儲存:太陽能發電產業中重要元素
    • 獎勵政策推動了太陽能發電的市場預測
    • NYC公共設施為了提升能源效力的野心計畫促進市場成長
    • 日本
    • 可再生能源的關注增加,促進了HiTES市場
    • 日本的能源市場概要
    • 歐洲
    • 歐洲的能源儲存市場中的主要成長因素
    • 電網階段儲存在西歐有增加趨勢
    • 政府獎勵方案有利於德國的能源儲存市場
    • 亞洲:具潛力的市場
    • 中國:急速成長的太陽能產業促進了溶鹽熱能源儲存市場
    • 印度:可再生能源的導入擴大了市場
    • 藉由提升技術削減成本:當今燃眉之急
    • 南非
    • 能源儲存在南非提供可靠又可負擔的電力
  • 全球能源儲存解決方案市場:巨觀
    • 能源儲存技術:分類
    • 豐富的能源儲存科技:優點及缺點
    • 主要能源儲存技術,以及電子、化學、電子化學、機械及熱能源方面的應用
    • 全世界對能源儲存計畫的投資皆穩定成長
    • 政府的介入對於廣泛導入能源儲存技術甚為著要
    • 主要地居/國家溫室氣體排放量的各國目標
    • 新計畫及政令
    • 鼓勵與標準:宣傳能源儲存技術的關鍵
    • 微電網將在未來促進能源儲存發展
    • 奈米歌機:能源儲存的未來?
    • 能源儲存應用可用的超低密度奈米管狀材料
    • 為了高持久性及先進化學成分的研究
    • 主要電池技術的種類特徵
  • 產品概要
    • 能源儲存:介紹
    • 高溫能源儲存
    • 鈉硫(NaS)電池
    • 鈉金屬鹵化物(NaMX)電池(ZEBRA電池)
    • 熔鹽技術
  • 最新業界動態
  • 全球主要企業
  • 全球市場展望

第3章 競爭環境

目錄
Product Code: MCP-7987

This report analyzes the Global market for High Temperature Energy Storage (HiTES) in US$ Million by the following Battery Chemistries: Molten Salt, NaS (Sodium Sulfur), and NaMx (Sodium Metal Halide). Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2013 through 2020. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs. The report profiles 36 companies including many key and niche players such as -

Abengoa Solar, S.A
ACCIONA Energy S.A
Archimede Solar Energy
Areva S.A.S
Bertrams Heatec AG

Table of Contents

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

  • Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations
  • Disclaimers
  • Data Interpretation & Reporting Level
    • Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
  • Product Definitions and Scope of Study

II. A GLOBAL MARKET REPORT

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

  • High Temperature Energy Storage: Technology with Lower CAPEX and Longer Lifespan
    • Table 1: High Temperature Energy Storage Technologies: Brief Details of Storage Type, Efficiency (%), Number of Cycles, Power Capacity, and Potential Duration
  • Sodium Batteries (NaS and NaMx): Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Global Outlook

2. MARKET TRENDS, ISSUES & DRIVERS

  • Rising Prominence of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Worldwide: A Strong Growth Driver for Molten Salt Energy Storage
    • Table 2: Key Characteristics of Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Systems by TES Type
    • Table 3: Global Solar-Related Energy Storage Market by Technology (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Batteries, Flywheel, and Thermal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 4: Global Solar-Related Battery Energy Storage Market by Type (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Flow Batteries, Lead-Acid, Lithium-ion, and Sodium Batteries (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 5: Global Solar Thermal Power Capacity by Country (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Algeria, India, Spain, and the United States (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Growing Investments in CSP Projects Bodes Well for Molten Salt TES Systems
    • Table 6: Top Ten Countries Worldwide with the Highest Concentrated Solar Power Plant Capacities: 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 7: Cumulative Capacity Installations of Concentrated Solar Power over the Period 2005-2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 8: Major Commercial Purpose, Operational CSP Plants Worldwide (2013): Brief Details of Country, Name of Plant, Capacity (MW), and CSP Technology
    • Andasol Solar Power Plant (Spain): The Leading Thermal Molten Salt Storage Project
    • EU's Desertec to Offer Major Boost to Concentrated Solar Thermal
  • Immense Potential for Molten Salts as Heat Transfer Fluids in CSP Plants
  • Major Research initiatives in Molten Salt Storage Technology
    • Reduction of Overall System Costs
    • Development of New Technology in CSP Plants
    • New Salt Mixture with Enhanced Heat Storing Capabilities
  • Probable Replacement Technologies for Molten Salt Storage in CSP Plants: A Cause for Concern?
    • Phase Change Materials (PCM) Systems
    • Sand
  • Increasing Focus on Renewable Energy Sources (RES): Opportunities Galore for Molten Salt Storage
    • Table 9: Targets for Electricity Production from Renewable Energy Sources Worldwide by Country
    • Table 10: Percentage of Renewable Sources in Electricity Production Worldwide by Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 11: Global Investments (US$ Billion) in Renewable Energy by Source: 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Molten Salt Energy Storage Driven by the Steady Evolution of the Smart Grid Standard
    • Table 12: Global Spend on Smart Grid Technologies by Region (2014, 2017 & 2020): Cumulative Spending (in US$ Billion) for Asia-Pacific (incl. China), Europe, Latin America, and North America (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 13: NaS and Molten Salt TES Storage Compared with Other Grid Storage Technologies
  • Dominance of Battery Technologies in Energy Storage Drives the NaS Batteries Market in the Near Term
    • Table 14: Global NaS Batteries Market by Application (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Load Levelling; Emergency Power Supply Application and Load Levelling Combined; Momentary Power Failure Application and Load Levelling Combined; Natural Energy; and Other Applications (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • NaS Batteries: Maintaining High Temperature at All Times Lead to Higher Production Costs
    • Table 15: Various Energy Storage Technologies Ranked on the Basis of Cost ($/KW) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 16: Production Cost Breakdown (%) of a Typical NaS Battery Storage Plant (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Higher Energy Capacities and Durable Chemistry Drive Demand for NaMx Batteries
    • Table 17: NaMx Storage Type in Comparison with Other Storage Technologies in EV and Stationary Power Applications
  • Surging Microgrid Installations to Drive Growth for NaMx Batteries
    • Table 18: Global Energy Storage Capacity in Microgrids by Technology (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Advanced Lithium-ion, Advanced Lead-Acid, Advanced Flow Battery and Sodium Metal Halide (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Expanding Electric Vehicles Infrastructure to Boost Prospects for NaMx Batteries
    • Table 19: World Market for Electric Vehicles (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Unit Sales by Product Type (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Favorable Trends in Energy Production and Consumption Strengthens Market Prospects
    • Table 20: Global Electricity Consumption in TWh for Years 2000, 2015 & 2030 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 21: Global Electricity Production by Country (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Production Volume for China, United States, India, Russia, Japan, Canada, Germany, Brazil, France, South Korea, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 22: Global Electricity Consumption by Country (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Consumption Volume for China, United States, Japan, Russia, India, Germany, Canada, Brazil, South Korea, France, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 23: Projected Global Demand for Primary Energy (Mtoe) and Electricity (MWh): 2015, 2020, 2025, 2030 & 2035 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 24: Global Total Primary Energy Supply (Excluding Energy Stored in International Marine and Aviation Bunkers) in Units by Region (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Supply Volumes for OECD, China, Asia (excluding China), Non-OECD Europe and Eurasia, Africa, Middle East, and Non-OECD Americas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 25: Investments in New Power Plants by Geographic Region (2012): Percentage Breakdown for Coal, Natural Gas, Oil, Nuclear Power, and Renewable Energy (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 26: Estimated Global Power Generation Infrastructure Requirement (in US$ Billion) for China, India, Latin America, and North America over the Period 2010-2030 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

3. HIGH TEMPERATURE ENERGY STORAGE: A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE

  • The United States
  • Renewable Energy and Energy Storage to Help Offset Escalating Electricity Cost
  • Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage: A Vital Component of the Solar Power Industry
    • Table 27: The US Grid Energy Storage Market by Technology (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Pumped Hydro Storage and Other Technologies (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 28: The US Grid Energy Storage Market by Technology Other than Pumped Storage (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for CAES, Flywheels, Ice Thermal Storage, Li-ion, NaS Batteries, Ni-Cad Batteries and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Strong Growth for Solar Energy to Drive Demand for Molten Salt Storage Technology
    • Table 29: Major Solar Projects in Development Phase in the US: Brief Details of Project Name, Capacity in MW, and Location (State) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Favorable Policies Boosts Market Prospects for Solar Power Generation
    • Table 30: Power Plant Capacity Additions (MW) in the US by Type of Power: 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • NYC Utility's Ambitious Plans for Energy Efficiency to Drive Market Growth
    • Table 31: Incentives under ConEd's Demand Management Program by Storage Technology
  • Japan
  • Increasing Focus on Renewable Energy Drives the HiTES Market
  • Japanese Energy Market Overview
  • Europe
  • Key Growth Driving Factors in the European Energy Storage Market
  • Grid Level Storage Gains Momentum in Western Europe
  • Favorable Government Policies Benefit the German Energy Storage Market
  • Asia-Pacific: A Potential Laden Market
  • China: Booming Solar Industry Drives the Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Market
    • Outlook for Energy Storage Market in China
  • India: Increasing Adoption of Renewable Energy Augurs Well for Market Expansion
  • Technological Improvements for Realizing Cost Reductions: Need of the Hour
  • South Africa
  • Energy Storage to Deliver Reliable and Affordable Electricity in South Africa

4. GLOBAL ENERGY STORAGE SOLUTIONS MARKET: A MACRO PERSPECTIVE

  • Energy Storage Technologies: Classification
    • Table 32: Global Energy Storage Market by Technology (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Installed Capacity for Traditional Pumped Storage and Other Technologies (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 33: Global Energy Storage Market by Technology Other than Pumped Storage (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Installed Capacity for Capacitor, Compressed Air, Flow Battery, Flywheel, Gravitational Storage, Lead Acid Battery, Li-ion, Molten Salt Energy and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 34: Leading Energy Storage Technology Vendors Worldwide (2013): Percentage Market Share Breakdown Based on Capacity for Allis Chalmers, Alstom, CKD Blankso, Gridflex, Harbin, Hydrodynamics Group, Riverbank Power, Sichuan Dongfeng Electric, Voith and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 35: Energy Storage Technologies: Key Features Comparison for PHS, CAES, Flywheel, NaS Battery, Li-ion Battery, Flow Battery, Supercapacitor, SMES, Molten Salt, Hydrogen, and SNG Technology
  • Various Energy Storage Technologies: Key Advantages & Disadvantages
  • Key Energy Storage Technologies & Applications for Electrical, Chemical, Electrochemical, Mechanical and Thermal Energy
  • Investment in Energy Storage Projects Witness Steady Growth Worldwide
    • Table 36: Number of Energy Storage Projects by Country: 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
  • Government Intervention Critical to Widespread Adoption of Energy Storage Technologies
  • Domestic Targets for Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Select Regions/Countries
  • New Projects & Government Mandates
  • Incentives & Standards: Key to Promoting Energy Storage Technologies
  • Microgrids to Drive Energy Storage in the Future
    • Table 37: A Glance at Largest Power Blackouts/ Outages Worldwide
  • Nanotechnology: The Future of Energy Storage?
  • Nanotubular Bulk Material with Ultra-Low Density for Energy Storage Applications
  • Research on for High Durability and Advanced Chemical Compositions
  • Characteristics of Select Battery Technology Types

5. PRODUCT OVERVIEW

  • Energy Storage: Introduction
  • High Temperature Energy Storage
  • Sodium Sulfur (NaS) Battery
    • Major Properties of NaS Batteries
    • NaS batteries-Chemistry
    • NaS Batteries-Construction and Operation
    • Safety Concerns
      • Major Applications of NaS Batteries
      • Grid Energy Storage Support
      • Space Applications
      • Heavy Machinery and Transport
  • Sodium Metal Halide (NaMx) Batteries (ZEBRA Batteries)
    • NaMx Battery Components
    • Operating Characteristics
    • Applications
      • Stationary Applications
      • Major stationary applications
  • Molten Salt Technology

6. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY

  • University of Evora and DLR of Germany Collaborate for Research in the Area of Molten Salt Storage for CSP Plants
  • SolarReserve Secures Environmental Approval for Copiapo Solar Project with Molten Salt Storage Technology
  • Acciona and Sener to Set up Kathu Solar Thermal Plant with Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage
  • NGK Insulators NaS Electric Energy Storage System at Kashiwa-no-ha Smart City Becomes Operational
  • SolarReserve Takes Over CSP Division of Aerojet Rocketdyne, Reinforces Leadership in Solar Thermal Energy
  • NGK Insulators to Supply NAS Battery to Italian Transmission Grid
  • NGK Insulator to Receive Government Subsidy for Research on NaS Battery
  • Italian Enel Installs Molten Sat Receivers from Schott in its Molten Salt Solar Power Plant

7. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS

  • Abengoa Solar, S.A. (Spain)
  • ACCIONA Energy S.A. (Spain)
  • Archimede Solar Energy
  • Areva S.A.S (France)
  • Bertrams Heatec AG (Switzerland)
  • BrightSource Energy, Inc. (US)
  • FZ SoNick (Switzerland)
  • General Electric Company (US)
  • Idhelio (France)
  • NGK Insulators, Ltd. (Japan)
  • Schott AG (Germany)
  • SENER Group (Spain)
  • Siemens AG (Germany)
  • SolarReserve, LLC. (US)
  • Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. (Japan)
  • TSK Flagsol (Germany)

8. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

    • Table 38: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for High Temperature Energy Storage (HiTES) by Technology - Molten Salt TES, NaS and NaMx Storage Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Millions for Years 2013 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
    • Table 39: World 8-Year Perspective for High Temperature Energy Storage (HiTES) by Technology - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Molten Salt TES, NaS and NaMx Markets for Years 2013, 2015 & 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)

III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

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