Market Review on Global Battery Energy Storage Systems for Smart Grid 2016-2020

Report : Global Battery Energy Storage Systems for Smart Grid 2016-2020 is a new market research publication announced by Reportstack.

Report Outline: The suppression or filtering of electromagnetic noise in connectors can be achieved by adding diodes and capacitors to separate interfering high-voltage or high-frequency noise from the desired lower frequency signals. These connectors are called filtered connectors and have been used in the industry for more than three decades to provide cost- and space-effective solutions to EMI problems. They can be used in multiple applications such as satellites, avionics systems, communications, missiles, consumer electronics, and medical instruments.

With growth in population and increasing urbanization, there has been an increase in power consumption. Excess power consumption has led to power outages in many countries and has also resulted in heavy loads during peak hours. One of the reasons for power outages is the massive loss of electricity during its transmission and distribution from the power plants. The use of smart grid storage technologies enables reduction of such losses and improves the efficiency of power plants.

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Market Growth: The global battery energy storage market for smart grid is expected to grow at a CAGR of 72.91% during the period 2016-2020.

Key Vendors:

  •  Siemens
  • ABB
  • Samsung SDI
  • GE-Alstom
  • A123
  • Bosch
  • BYD 
  • Other Prominent Vendors:

  •  AES Energy Storage
  • LG Chem
  • Saft
  • Axion Power International
  • Solar Grid Storage 
  • Regions Covered:

  •  America
  • APAC
  • EMEA 
  • Companies Mentioned

    iemens, ABB, Samsung SDI, GE-Alstom, A123, Bosch, BYD, AES Energy Storage, LG Chem, Saft, Axion Power International, and Solar Grid Storage.


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