Market Forecast of Global Energy Storage System (~2020)

Date: February 1, 2013
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Market Forecast of Global Energy Storage System (~2020)
ESS is the acronym of Energy Storage System. In Korean, it is 전력저 장장치. Especially, devices that store only electric energy are called EESS (electrical energy storage systems). In this report, electric storage systems will be examined.
Although it is true that electricity is one of the most convenient means humankind has discovered, but its greatest disadvantage is that it is very hard to store. It was Pumped-Hydro Energy Storage (PHES) that was used to store electric energy for the first time in Italy and Switzerland in 1890s. This is designed to convert electricity in the form of potential energy pumped from a lower elevation reservoir to a higher elevation to generate electricity when needed through water power generation. This is the oldest electricity storage technology with a history of over 120 years.
Another form of ESS is UPSs (uninterruptible power supplies). UPSs form a $7.7 billion market worldwide and are widely used in computer rooms and communication facilities in governmental organizations, financial institutes, and companies, industrial facilities in home
appliance, semi-conductor, and display industries, and various service industries. So far, lead storage batteries have be used for most of UPSs.
I. OVERVIEW

  1. ESS Market
    1.1 Necessity of ESSs
    1.2 ESS Market Factor
    1.3 ESS Technology

II. ELECTRICITY SECTOR IN MAJOR COUNTRIES

  2. Electricity industries worldwide
    2.1 Electricity industry in Asia
      2.1.1 Electricity sector in Korea
      2.1.2 Electricity sector in Japan
      2.1.3 Electricity sector in China
    2.2 Electricity industry in North America
      2.2.1 Electricity sector in USA
      2.2.2 Electricity sector in Canada
    2.3 Electricity industry in South America
      2.3.1 Electricity sector in Brazil
    2.4 Electricity industry in Central America
      2.4.1 Electricity sector in Mexico
    2.5 Electricity industry in Europe
      2.5.1 Electricity sector in EU
      2.5.2 Electricity sector in UK
      2.5.3 Electricity sector in France
      2.5.4 Electricity sector in Italy
      2.5.5 Electricity sector in Germany
    2.5.6 Electricity sector in Spain

III. POWER QUALITY

  3. Power Quality
    3.1.1 Power Quality

IV. ESS POLICIES IN MAJOR COUNTRIES

  4. ESS policies in major countries
    4.1 Korea
    4.2 Japan
    4.3 USA
      4.3.1 ESS subsidy programs in USA
      4.3.2 Federal Government’s ESS policy and programs in USA
      4.3.3 ESS policies and programs in California
    4.4 Europe
      4.4.1 ESS programs in Europe

V. ESS MARKET

  5. ESS Market Status
    5.1 ESS Market Necessity
      5.1.1 ESS Market Necessity
      5.1.2 ESS Market Base
    5.2 ESS Application
      5.2.1 Energy Supply Applications
        5.2.1.1 Electric Energy Time-Shift
        5.2.1.2 Electric Supply Capacity
      5.2.2 Ancillary Service Applications
        5.2.2.1 Load Following
        5.2.2.2 Area Regulation
        5.2.2.3 Electric Supply Reserve Capacity
        5.2.2.4 Voltage Support
      5.2.3 Grid System Applications
        5.2.3.1 Transmission Support
        5.2.3.2 Transmission Congestion relief
        5.2.3.3 T&D Upgrade Deferral
        5.2.3.4 Substation On-site Power
      5.2.4 End User/Utility Customer Applications
        5.2.4.1 Time-of-Use Energy cost Management
        5.2.4.2 Demand Charge Management
        5.2.4.3 Electric Service Reliability
        5.2.4.4 Quality Improvement(Electric Service Power Quality)
      5.2.5 Renewable Integration Applications
        5.2.5.1 Renewable Energy Time-Shift
        5.2.5.2 Renewable Capacity Firming
        5.2.5.3 Wind Generation Grid Integration
    5.3 ESS Solutions
      5.3.1 Pumped Hydroelectric Energy Storage (PHES)
      5.3.2 Compressed air energy storage (CAES)
      5.3.3 Flywheel(FWES)
      5.3.4 Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES)
      5.3.5 Sodium Sulfur Energy Storage (NaS)
      5.3.6 Lead Acid Battery (LAB)
      5.3.7 Flow Battery
    5.4 ESS Market Potential
      5.4.1 Sandia National Laboratory (SNL)
      5.4.2 Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
      5.4.3 PaNaSonic
      5.4.4 IEA
      5.4.5 YANO
    5.5 ESS Market Forecast
      5.5.1 Market Segmentation for Market Forecasting
      5.5.2 Power Storage Capacity by Market Segmentation
      5.5.3 Issues by Market Segmentation
        5.5.3.1 Electricity Supply
        5.5.3.2 Grid System
        5.5.3.3 Ancillary Services
        5.5.3.4 Renewables Integration
        5.5.3.5 End User/Utility Customer
      5.5.4 Market Status (USA)
      5.5.5 ESS Market Forecast

VI. INDEX

6.1 Figure
6.2 Table

VII. ANNEX

7.1 Annex 1
7.2 Annex 2
7.3 Annex 3
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