Research and Markets: China Energy Storage for Grid System Industry Report, 2015-2018
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/7nkrf4/china_energy)
has announced the addition of the "China
Energy Storage for Grid System Industry Report, 2015-2018"
report to their offering.
Energy storage finds wide application in electric power system,
involving all aspects of power generation, transmission, distribution
and end user. Technically, energy storage for grid system can be divided
into mechanical energy storage, chemical energy storage and
electromagnetic energy storage, including the widely used pumped storage
under mechanical energy storage, as well as sodium-sulfur batteries,
lithium batteries and lead-acid batteries which belong to the scope of
chemical energy storage.
In the past five years, the global installed capacity of energy storage
for grid system (excluding pumped storage, compressed air storage and
thermal storage) has maintained the growth rate of around 20%, hitting
840MW in 2014. By technology, sodium-sulfur batteries and lithium-ion
batteries occupy 75% of the global installed capacity together as the
In 2014, China's installed capacity of energy storage for grid system
(excluding pumped storage, compressed air storage and thermal storage)
accounted for about 10% of the world, up over 50% from 2013; meanwhile,
China's development pace was far higher than the global growth rate.
Unlike foreign counterparts, China emphasizes lithium-ion batteries
which share 71% of China's total installed capacity, followed by the
lead-acid batteries with about 14%.
To create a clean, sustainable future, the Chinese government is
shifting its focus in policy to clean energy technology. As of the end
of 2014, China's wind power generation installed capacity had reached
114.6GW, becoming the third power source in China following thermal
power and hydropower. Meanwhile, China had seen the photovoltaic (PV)
power generation installed capacity of 28.1GW, overtaking the United
States as the world's largest PV market. In 2014, the demand of Chinese
grid-connected wind power and PV for energy storage equaled to 5.7GW and
Key Topics Covered:
1 Overview of Energy Storage for Grid System
2 Status Quo of Energy Storage for Grid System in China
3 Applications of Energy Storage for Grid System in China
4 World's Renown Energy Storage Companies
5 Leading Chinese Energy Storage Companies
6 Summary and Prediction
- Alstom power
- Axion Power
- Beacon power
- China Aviation Lithium Battery Co., Ltd.
- Dalian Rongke Power Co., Ltd.
- Fengfan Co., Ltd.
- Maxwell Technologies
- Prudent Energy
- RAY Power
- Shandong Realforce Enterprises Co., Ltd
- Shandong Sacred Sun Power Source Co., Ltd.
- Shanghai Electric Co., Ltd
- Shenzhen Clou Electronics Co., Ltd.
- Shenzhen Inovance Technology Co., Ltd.
- Sungrow Power Supply Co., Ltd.
- Sunwoda Electronic Co., Ltd.
- Zhejiang Narada Power Source Co., Ltd.
- Zhongtian Technology Co., Ltd.
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