Solar Energy Storage Market to Witness More Than 35% Gains by 2025 - Report
Prominent solar energy storage market players include Carnegie Clean Energy, BMW, Kokam, BYD, Primus Power, Samsung, Maxwell Technologies, EnerSys, LG Chem, Leclanche, FIAMM, Vionx BAE, Saft, Adara Power, Ecoult and Aquion
he Solar Energy Storage Market in the year 2018 was valued at U.S. $170 million and is predicted to witness gains of more than 35 percent during the forecast period.
Strict regulatory norms in line with rising environmental concerns to reduce emissions through the installation of effective energy conservation measures will boost the industry's growth.
Moreover, ongoing technological advancements and upgrades to provide a cost-competitive business outlook will augment the industry's dynamics.
Favorable government norms, on the account of self-consumption and subsidies from grid operators and distribution companies with an aim to achieve grid feed-in, will augment the solar energy storage market's potential.
Moreover, the industry is anticipated to gain momentum on the account of PV installation on small scale systems and substantial growth potential across applications behind the meters. Furthermore, BES integration will increase, owing to declining costs, along with batteries retrofitting with small scale photovoltaics, which are the key factors driving energy storage demand.
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Off-grid conventional energy solutions, including mini-grids and stand-alone systems, to provide access to energy have appeared as a prominent, cost-competitive solution. A growing inclination toward research and development has decreased technology costs, which favor the innovation in financing catering and delivery models, including local entrepreneurs, private sectors and communities. Henceforth, positive consumer tendencies, along with positive industry and regulatory outlook to incorporate a sustainable energy scenario, will complement the solar energy storage market outlook.
The Asia-Pacific solar energy storage market is anticipated to exceed 40% by 2025. Stringent government norms, coupled with public and private investments in renewable energy solutions across the region, inculcating partial decarbonization activities, will positively influence business outlook. Growing investor inclination toward new renewable projects after the post-COP21 agreement has witnessed a rapid expansion of the conventional bond industry. The existing regulatory policies and fiscal incentives across the region favor these prospects. Moreover, solar is a relatively abundant and effective energy source that enhances its penetration in many countries, inducing long-term policies to emphasize renewable growth in their overall conventional energy portfolio.
Large scale investments have benefited the lithium-ion segment on account of their deployment across a wide range of applications. The rapid inclination toward cost reduction potential through an increase in competitive supply chains, material improvements and scale of production capacity will positively influence the product demand. In addition, large scale technological development of EVs, favored by ongoing solar integration, will augment the industry's dynamics.
Prominent solar energy storage market players include Carnegie Clean Energy, BMW, Kokam, BYD, Primus Power, Samsung, Maxwell Technologies, EnerSys, LG Chem, Leclanche, FIAMM, Vionx BAE, Saft, Adara Power, Ecoult and Aquion.
Product flexibility, competitive pricing, reliability and brand value are a few key factors to validate the solar energy storage market's competitiveness. Moreover, extensive R&D investments and self-attained product patents, coupled with flexible process implications across the integrated distribution channels, have further augmented the business portfolio.