“High Temperature Energy Storage: NaS, NaMx and Molten Salt” Published by MarketPublishers.com

16 Aug 2011 • by Natalie Aster
“High Temperature Energy Storage: NaS, NaMx and Molten Salt” Published by MarketPublishers.com

LONDON – In 2020, the $2.5 billion global high temperature energy storage (HTS) market, composed of such three categories as sodium-sulfur (NaS) batteries, sodium-metal halide (NaMx) batteries, and molten salt thermal energy storage (TES) systems, is going to be dominated by the sale and construction of molten salt storage systems for concentrated solar power (CSP) plants. While NaS has been the strongest category ever since the first commercial systems were sold in 2003, it is molten salt TES systems that became the largest HTS category in 2010.

Updated research report “High Temperature Energy Storage: NaS, NaMx and Molten Salt” worked out by SBI provides true and unbiased insights into current and future markets for high temperature batteries and thermal storage worldwide, focusing on key countries for each market segment. The analysis includes definitions, current product offerings and details on the three market segments – NaS batteries, NaMx batteries and molten salt TES systems.

Report Details:

Title: High Temperature Energy Storage: NaS, NaMx and Molten Salt
Published: July, 2011
Pages: 179
Price: US$ 4,950.00

Report Contents:

Scope & Methodology of this Report
  HTS Category Descriptions
  Table 1-1 Characteristics of some Common Energy Storage Systems
  Figure 1-1 The Global High Temperature Energy Storage Market, 2006-2010 (in million $)
The High Temperature Energy Storage Market
  NaS is the top Battery Chemistry for Grid Energy Storage
  Figure 1-2 NaS Battery Installations by Year, 2003-2010 (in MW)
  Sodium-Metal Halide Market
  Table 1-2 Largest Customers of ZEBRA Batteries, 2001-2010
  The Molten-Salt TES Market
  Figure 1-3 CSP Thermal Energy Storage Installations by Type, 2006-2010 (in MWh)
Sodium-Sulfur (NaS) Batteries
  Figure 1-4 Key Market Drivers and Barriers to NaS Battery Adoption, 2011
  Global Production
  Smart Grid Energy Storage Applications for NaS Batteries
  Figure 1-5 Global NaS Installations by application, 1995-2009 (in MW)
  The Cost Effectiveness of Grid Energy Storage for the Smart Grid
  Table 1-3 Electricity Storage Costs by Megawatt-Scale Application, 2010
  Power Conversion System Manufacturers
  Laws and Regulations
Sodium-Metal Halide (NaMx) Batteries
  Figure 1-6 Key Market Drivers & Barriers Affecting the NaMx Battery Market
  Global NaMx Production

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