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Present Status and Future Outlook of Battery Market for Energy Storage Systems (ESS) in Japan

DUBLIN, January 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/wj6p64/present_status) has announced the addition of the "Present Status and Future Outlook of Battery Market for Energy Storage Systems (ESS) in Japan" report to their offering. 

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Stationary (ESS) Storage Battery Products Covered in This Report:

1. UPS/Emergency Power (Backup Applications):

  • Business Applications (Information Service, Finance, Medical Care, News Report, etc.)
  • Infrastructure Applications (Power Plant, Substation, Water and Sewage Facilities, Mobile Communication Base Station, etc.)

This includes conventional UPS (uninterruptible power systems capable of supplying power for about 10 minutes, and instantaneous voltage drop compensation devices).

Though depending on the demand field, there are cases that demand more power supply capacity than before, due to the increasing power demand at data centers in urban areas, and the need for alternative power supplies in the event of a natural disaster-induced power outage.

2. Peak-Shift/Peak-Cut and Backup Applications

  • General Home Applications
  • Business Applications (Private Companies, Local Governments, etc.)

This is for peak-shift/peak-cut applications using nighttime power storage and in combination with solar panels.
This also plays a role of alternative power supplies in the event of a natural disaster-induced power outage.
(*General home applications are for single-family houses. Condominiums are counted as one of the business applications.)
(*Applications to the regenerative energy storage system installed in railroad station buildings are included in business applications.)

3. Electric Vehicle Charging System (EV)

The combination of electric vehicle charging systems, whose infrastructure is being developed, with solar panels enables quick charging.
This system also supplies power to specific electrical load in emergency.

4. Grid Applications (Grid-connected Power Stabilization Applications)

The introduction of renewable energy to grid-connected power realizes power and frequency stabilization. 

Key Topics Covered: 

Chapter 1

Outlook of Battery Market for Energy Storage Systems (ESS)

Chapter 2

Lead-Acid Battery Market
LIB Market
Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery Market
Redox Flow Battery Market
NaS Battery Market

Chapter 3

GS Yuasa International Ltd
Shin-Kobe Electric Machinery Co., Ltd
Furukawa Battery Co., Ltd
Toshiba Corporation
NEC Corporation
Sony Corporation
Panasonic Corporation
ELIIY Power Co., Ltd
IHI Corporation
ENAX, Inc
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd
Furukawa Co., Ltd
Nichicon Corporation
Seiko Electric Co., Ltd
Inaba Denki Sangyo Co., Ltd
JFE Engineering Corporation
Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd
NGK Insulators, Ltd


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