According to a new report from Navigant Research (Boulder, Colorado, United States) accounted for over half of the newly announced energy storage projects (according to capacity ) and more than 85% of the memory Zubaus 2015 lithium-ion technology.
The report examines global energy storage projects and describes 1,119 projects based on eleven criteria. He also analyzed regional technology priorities and market share.
According to the market research company 2015 was a record year for global energy storage industry. Both the annex and the total volume of newly announced storage projects rose.
In this increasingly technologies. The new projects, the lithium-ion technology is still leader.
“Li-ion batteries are the most popular technology for the emerging decentralized storage market,” said analyst Alex Eller. “In these systems accounted for an estimated 12% of the 2015 newly announced storage projects. This is the highest ever value in a year. ”
Navigant Research estimates global energy store pipeline 2015 to 1653.5 MW
While in many regions in 2015 increased market activity, most projects have been announced according to the report in North America. Navigant Research estimates global energy store pipeline 2015 to 1653.5 MW. Of this, around 33.8% in North America.
02.10.2016 | Source: Navigant Research | solarserver.de © Heindl Server GmbH
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