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Global Flow Battery Market Report - SPECIAL OFFER

altJuly 2015

The GLOBAL FLOW BATTERY MARKET REPORT, was published by 4th Energy Wave in July 2015. Billed by authors Bob Lockhart and Dr Kerry-Ann Adamson as "A Technical and Business Case Assessment of the Global Flow Battery Market 2014 – 2024", this in-depth report examines the likely success of flow batteries as energy storage.

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Can flow batteries compete effectively in the mass-scale energy storage market?

The Global Flow Battery Market Report examines both the technical case and the business case for flow batteries. The two are not identical, and not equally promising. The report draws on global trends in renewable energy installations, plus realistic energy market dynamics, government subsidies, and buyer behaviours, to identify how flow batteries can become a successful technology. Two forecasts are presented: a conservative scenario and an aggressive scenario, each including 10-year revenue forecasts and 10-year capacity forecasts.

The energy storage market is coming. Vendors will be there to solve the problems. This report considers how flow batteries can be part of the solution.

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Cleantech Investor is delighted to be able to offer our readers a 10% discount on the list price of this report. The advertised price for the report, and accompanying databook is £2,000 / $3,250 / €3,900.

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Global Flow Battery Market Report - Summary

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This summary is from the introduction to the GLOBAL FLOW BATTERY MARKET REPORT, which was published by 4th Energy Wave in July 2015.

Remarkable Potential

Flow batteries have remarkable potential: The ability to store and then discharge large amounts of energy for 4 or more hours. The ability to fully discharge repeatedly yet remain at nameplate power rating. Trouble-free service lives measured possibly in decades. Out of context, flow batteries are the ideal solution for large-scale energy storage. But there are concerns.

4th Energy Wave’s report, A Technical and Business Case Assessment of the Global Flow Battery Market 2014 – 2024, is an in-depth examination of flow batteries’ business and technical cases, and their likely success as energy storage.

Enormous Sums of Investment

Flow batteries have attracted enormous sums of investment, including stimulus funding via the U.S. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).  A typical vendor still in product development may have attracted $25-50 million of mixed private and government investment.

Time-Shifting of Renewable-Source Energy

The top use case for flow batteries is time-shifting of renewable-source energy – generating energy with the wind at 0200 and selling that energy at 1800.  Unfortunately, that use case is still in its infancy.  And it can be met by competing storage technologies that are today tested-and-ready for sale.  

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The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Annual Review 2015

altThe 2015 Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Annual Review, a FREE 70 page report, was published by 4th Energy Wave in July 2015. The report provides a primarily data driven, analytical overview of the growth of the fuel cell and hydrogen industries in 2014, outlining key developments in terms of MWs of product shipped, revenue growth, platinum consumption, jobs created and industry structure.

Sectors covered by the report range from the automotive industry to energy storage. The report also includes profiles - with SWOT analysis - of ten companies considered by 4th Energy Wave to have the potential to catapult the fuel cell and hydrogen sectors into profitability and mass market acceptability.

To access the Report, please click here or on the logo.

To read the company profiles, click on the links below:

bloom energy

ezelleron

fuji electric

ge (general electric)

hydrogenics

intelligent energy

itm power  

myfc

nel hydrogen

Riversimple

 
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