Solar Energy Storage Market to grow at over 35% yearly

7/29/19, 11:03 AM -

According to a new research report by Global Market Insights, the Solar Energy Storage Market will surpass an annual installation of 3 GW by 2025.

The Asia Pacific storage market will even see stronger growth from 2019 to 2025
The Asia Pacific storage market will even see stronger growth from 2019 to 2025.

Rising demand for effective battery composition to cater across a hoard of transport and renewable energy-based applications have infused a competitive business scenario. Advent of EV’s favored by their ongoing adoption have compelled industry players to integrate cost competitive and performance-oriented storage units. Moreover, volume manufacturing practices coupled with the infusion of economical products from the Chinese manufacturing industry to sustain the upsurge in demand has further led to substantial cost reduction. Henceforth, ongoing cost associated implementations along with favorable industrial inclination will drive the solar energy storage market growth.

Endorse renewable energy integration

Regulatory measures to reduce dependence on conventional fuels in conjunction to financial allocations to endorse renewable energy integration will augment the U.S. solar energy storage market share. Ongoing replacement of existing power plants with sustainable technologies along with effective management of grid feed in will further complement the industry portfolio. In 2017, the U.S. regulators, proposed a reduction to their tax reforms by curbing their corporate taxes with prospects to reinforce the sustainable energy business potential.

Aqueous systems with inorganic redox materials 

Scalability and suitability for large scale applications are few imperative parameters driving the flow battery aided solar energy storage market growth. Safe operational characteristics, higher power densities, aqueous systems with inorganic redox materials have instituted a favorable business scenario across stationary solar applications. Henceforth, rigorous attempts from industry participants & utilities favored by positive consumer outlook towards a synchronous, reliable & sustainable electric infrastructure will foster the overall industry growth.

Large-scale deployment of roof-top systems

Solar energy storage market in the recent years, has gained escalation on account of large-scale deployment of roof-top systems across commercial & residential establishments. Roof-top installations on account of fiscal benefits including net metering schemes, asset leveraging, subsidies & funding have witnessed significant growth. Moreover, effective frequency synchronization, provision of backup power favored by financial benefits associated with grid feed-in will further complement the business outlook.

Grid ancillary services

> 5000 kW segment will witness growth on account of regulators identifying the assertive reforms supporting the integration of variable renewable energy shares. Incorporation of grid ancillary services along with the integration of granular markets to incentivize services including firm capacity, frequency reserves and others. In addition, BES services including economics of behind the meter storage will further thrust the solar energy storage market landscape.

Asia Pacific storage market has gained momentum

Asia Pacific solar energy storage market has gained momentum on account of favorable government initiatives to support growing renewable integration. Regulatory reforms, investment subsidies, renewable integration targets, self-consumption scheme, and others have nourished the industrial peripheral. Rapid economic escalation across emerging nations along with increasing electricity demand across developing markets will further institute a favorable business scenario.

Eminent participants across the solar energy storage market include BYD, Kokam, BMW, Carnegie Clean Energy, Maxwell Technologies, Primus Power, Samsung, LG Chem, Leclanche, BAE, EnerSys, Saft, FIAMM, Adara Power, Vionx, Aquion, and Ecoult. (HCN)

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