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Battery Control Technology: Global Markets

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世界のバッテリー制御技術市場 Battery Control Technology: Global Markets
出版日: 2012年04月09日 ページ情報: 英文 327 Pages
概要

2011年における世界のバッテリー制御技術市場はホールセールレベルで約860億ドルの規模を記録しました。今後は7%の年平均成長率で推移し、2016年には1,240億ドルを超える規模に成長すると予測されています。バッテリー制御技術市場を構成する3区分の中では、充電器のシェアがもっとも高く、2011年の480億ドルの売上規模から7.6%の年平均成長率で推移し、2016年には696億ドルの規模に成長すると予測されています。これに次ぐシェアを持つのが特にポータブル製品や電気自動車などに利用されるスマートバッテリー(ニッケル水素電池・リチウムイオン電池)の区分であり、2011年の320億ドル規模から8.5%の年平均成長率で推移し、2016年には460億ドルの規模に成長する見通しです。

当レポートでは、世界のバッテリー制御技術市場の現状と見通しについて調査分析し、バッテリー制御技術の区分と概要、バッテリー制御製品の売上および出荷数の推移と予測(〜2016年:技術区分・エンドユーズ区分・地域別)、市場動向、市場成長への影響因子、主要企業のプロファイルなどをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 サマリー

第3章 概要:バッテリー制御技術

  • 充電器
  • 放電器
  • スマートバッテリーシステム市場
  • スマートバッテリーシステム市場・予測

第4章 産業構造・競合環境

  • バッテリー制御技術産業の成長推進因子
  • 市場区分
  • 産業集中の要因
  • 産業環境と商慣行
  • 消費者/商用ポータブル製品用バッテリー制御技術
  • 流通販売経路
  • 購入の影響因子

第5章 バッテリー制御技術市場:サマリー

  • 表:バッテリー制御技術製品の総売上・総出荷数:コンセンサスシナリオ(〜2016年)
  • 図:バッテリー制御技術製品のの総売上・総出荷数:コンセンサスシナリオ(2006〜2016年)
  • 図:バッテリー制御製品の出荷数:技術タイプ別
  • 図:バッテリー制御製品の出荷額:技術タイプ別(2011年)
  • 表:バッテリー制御製品の総売上・総出荷数:サマリー(〜2016年)
  • 表:バッテリー制御製品の総売上・総出荷数:コンセンサスシナリオ(〜2016)

第6章 バッテリー制御技術の用途

  • 自動車
  • 海運・空運のトラクション
  • ポータブル製品
  • 設置型製品
  • 電気自動車

第7章 企業プロファイル

第8章 付録A:バッテリーとバッテリー制御技術

  • 背景
  • 特徴

第9章 付録B:競合システム

  • 容量性エネルギー蓄積方式
  • 原子力電池
  • 燃料電池

図表

目次
Product Code: FCB026D

The global wholesale level market for battery control technology was nearly $86 billion in 2011 and should grow to more than $124 billion (constant 2012 dollars) by 2016 under a consensus scenario, a CAGR of 7%.

Battery chargers currently represent the largest of the three battery control technology market sectors, with 2011 sales of over $48 billion. BCC expects this market to reach $69.6 billion by 2016, a CAGR of 7.6%.

Smart batteries (including both nickel metal hydride and lithium-ion) are the second largest market sector, especially those used in portable products and on-road electric vehicles. Smart batteries represent $32 billion in 2011 and are expected to grow to more than $49 billion by 2016, a CAGR of 8.5%.

SUMMARY FIGURE A
BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY SALES AND SHIPMENTS
SUMMARY: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2006-2016
($ MILLIONS/MILLION UNITS)

Source: BCC Research

SUMMARY FIGURE B
SHARE OF BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY SALES AND SHIPMENTS, 2011 (%)

Source: BCC Research

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

Rechargeable batteries are routinely used in portable product and stationary power applications, including computers, cellular phones, and uninterruptible and emergency power supplies. More recently, rechargeable batteries have been evolved from relatively low performance industrial vehicles to electric vehicles that rival internal combustion vehicles in performance and exceed their efficiency. This revolution in battery power has been possible through a systems approach that includes advanced batteries, “smart” microcontroller battery chargers, and power conditioners. This impacts the commercial and consumer electronics market, the transportation market, and the electrical power generation market, among others.

Ultimately, the market for batteries drives the market for battery control technology: chargers, smart batteries, and conditioners. Batteries are used to accumulate and transport electrical energy. These functions, power storage and power portability, make batteries essential to today's industrial and consumer-oriented society. Although simple batteries have existed for at least two hundred years, the battery industry traces its roots to the early 1900s. At that time, the commercialization of automobiles and radios created a demand for automotive (starting, lighting, ignition and generator) batteries and portable appliance batteries. These markets, characterized by primary (disposable) and secondary (rechargeable) batteries remain the two areas where most batteries are consumed. With the growth of the markets for secondary batteries, the market for battery control has grown. Starting in the 1960s, the wider commercialization of sealed nickel-cadmium batteries and then sealed lead-acid batteries created competition between primary and secondary batteries for some consumer applications. This development also created a market for whole new kinds of battery control technology.

By the end of the Twentieth Century, the global battery market was considered mature, with demand closely related to the sales of either automobiles or various consumer products. Likewise, in many cases, the market for battery control technology was considered mature. Since then, there has been a change in this relationship. For instance, improved microelectronic battery charger controller technology is allowing the commercialization of whole new classes of batteries and is improving the marketability of existing battery systems. This in turn has allowed the commercialization of products (notably portable computers, cellular phones, multi-functional handheld products, and electric vehicles) that would be impossible without improved battery control technology.

With this in mind, there are areas where the battery control technology industry could experience the explosive growth usually associated with emerging industries. Battery designers (mainly electrochemists) and battery charger, conditioner, and converter designers (mainly electrical and electronics specialists) will continue to operate together, with new batteries and new battery control techniques evolving together to produce even higher performance products.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

Battery control advances and a realignment of the battery industry players must be matched by new marketing attitudes. The battery control technology market is much more fragmented than the battery industry it serves. On the other hand, battery designers and battery control technology designers now must cooperate to meet more demanding design requirements. Battery control technology customers include the consuming public, industrial users, and manufacturers who must consider battery control as an integral part of a product's design. This report is intended to be the most complete technical, economic and business document of this type on the subject and is designed to provide information of a professional nature. The technical data are dependent on the accuracy of the manufacturers and technical sources that helped make up the BCC Research database. This report is not intended to constitute a legal or accounting document, nor is it an endorsement of any given product or process. The authors, and BCC Research as the publisher, assume no liability for loss or damage as a result of reliance on this material.

SCOPE AND FORMAT

First, this report organizes the battery control technology market into five sub-sectors based on the type of consumer:

  • Automotive.
  • Traction, marine and aviation.
  • Portable products.
  • Stationary (UPS, emergency, remote).
  • On-road electric vehicles.

Then, the market is organized by type of battery control technology:

  • Battery chargers.
  • Battery conditioners.
  • Smart battery systems.

Each of these divisions is comprised of different market sub-sectors, and each is examined in terms of past, present and future sales. Historic wholesale markets for 2006 and 2011 forecast 2016 market figures are provided. Predicted markets and compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) are expressed in constant Year 2012 dollars. A detailed discussion of the companies involved is provided for each battery control market sub-sector. Most market summaries are based on a consensus scenario that assumes no unanticipated technical advances and no unexpected legislation. In some cases, several possible development scenarios are presented. Totals are rounded to the nearest million dollars. When appropriate, information from previously published sources is identified to allow a more detailed examination by clients.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

This report's project analyst, Donald Saxman, is the editor of BCC Research's Power Sources and Advanced Vehicle Progress newsletters, and has founded several other BCC newsletters. Mr. Saxman has more than 28 years of experience in market analysis, technical writing, and newsletter editing. Since 1983, he has operated as a technical market consultant and subcontractor to BCC Research, and, in this capacity, he has prepared more than 80 technology market research reports, including many that covered battery technology and battery markets. His previous experience includes supervision of a quality-control laboratory at a major secondary lead refinery, experience as an analytical chemist at a hazardous waste testing service, product assurance manager for a space station life-support-system project, and an information technology business analyst and project manager.

Table of Contents

Battery Control Technology: Global Markets

Chapter - 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary

  • STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
  • SCOPE AND FORMAT
  • METHODOLOGY
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • ANALYST CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED REPORTS
  • BCC ONLINE SERVICES
  • DISCLAIMER

Chapter - 2: SUMMARY

  • Summary Table: BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY SALES AND SHIPMENTS SUMMARY: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Figure SUMMARY FIGURE A: BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY SALES AND SHIPMENTS SUMMARY: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2006-2016
  • Figure SUMMARY FIGURE B: SHARE OF BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY SALES AND SHIPMENTS, 2011

Chapter - 3: OVERVIEW: BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY

  • BATTERY CHARGERS
  • BATTERY CONDITIONERS
  • SMART BATTERY SYSTEM MARKETS
  • SMART BATTERY SYSTEM MARKETS & PREDICTION
    • Table 8: TOTAL SMART BATTERY SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO

Chapter - 4: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE ASPECTS

  • THE DRIVING FORCES OF THE BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY
  • BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY MARKET SEGMENTATION
  • BATTERY CONTROL INDUSTRY CONCENTRATION FACTORS
  • BATTERY CONTROL INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENT AND TRADE PRACTICES
  • CONSUMER/COMMERCIAL PORTABLE PRODUCT BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENT AND TRADE PRACTICES
  • BATTERY CONTROL CHANNELS OF DISTRIBUTION
  • BATTERY CONTROL INDUSTRY PURCHASING INFLUENCES
    • Table 14: REPRESENTATIVE BATTERY CONTROL PRODUCT PRICES

Chapter - 5: BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY MARKET SUMMARY

  • Table 15: TOTAL BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Figure 1: TOTAL BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2006-2016
  • Figure 2: BATTERY CONTROL SHIPMENTS, BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY, 2011
  • Figure 3: BATTERY CONTROL VALUE, BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY, 2011
  • Table 16: TOTAL BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS SUMMARY, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 17: TOTAL BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016

Chapter - 6: BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

  • AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY CONTROL MARKET
  • TRACTION MARINE AND AVIATION BATTERY CONTROL MARKET
  • PORTABLE PRODUCT BATTERY CONTROL MARKET
  • STATIONARY BATTERY CONTROL MARKET
  • ON-ROAD ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY CONTROL MARKETS

Chapter - 7: BATTERY CHARGER COMPANY PROFILES

  • 350GREEN
  • A123SYSTEMS
  • AAA
  • ABACUS CONTROLS INC.
  • ABSL POWER (AEA BATTERY SYSTEMS, AGM BATTERIES LTD.)
  • ABSOPULSE ELECTRONICS
  • ACCUTRONICS LTD.
  • ACER
  • ACTION BUSINESS SUPPLIERS INC.
  • ADCON ELECTRONICS, INC.
  • ADVANCED BATTERY SYSTEMS, INC.
  • ADVANCED BATTERY SYSTEMS, LLC
  • ADVANCED BATTERY TECHNOLOGIES, INC. (ABAT)
  • ADVANCED MICRO DEVICES, INC. (POWER COMPONENTS)
  • ADS POWER RESOURCE
  • ADVANCED POWER AND CONTROLS
  • AEROVIRONMENT INC.
  • AKER WADE POWER TECHNOLOGIES
  • ALURATEK
  • ALLEGRO MICROSYSTEMS, INC.
  • AMERICAN BATTERY CHARGING INC.
  • AMETEK
  • AMERICAN POWER CONVERSION (APC)
  • ANALOG DEVICES
  • APPLE COMPUTER, INC.
  • APPLIED POWER, INC.
  • APX TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
  • AROTECH CORP.
  • ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT CORP.
  • ASTRODYNE CORP. (AUDAX GROUP)
  • ASTROFLIGHT INC.
  • ATMEL CORPORATION
  • AXEON
  • BATTERIES BATTERIES, INC.
  • BATTERIES PLUS
  • BATTERY-BIZ
  • BATTERY SYSTEMS, INC.
  • BATTERY TECHNOLOGY, INC. (BTI)
  • BENQ
  • BESCOR VIDEO
  • BETTER PLACE
  • BOLLORE AND PININFARINA
  • BOSTON POWER
  • BREN-TRONICS
  • BST SYSTEMS, INC.
  • BYD BATTERIES
  • CADEX
  • CAR CHARGING GROUP
  • C&D TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
  • CELL-CON
  • CHINA BAK BATTERY, INC.
  • CHRYSLER
  • CLIPLIGHT, INC.
  • CLIPPERCREEK
  • CLUB CAR (INGERSOLL RAND)
  • COLUMBIA PAR CAR
  • COULOMB TECHNOLOGIES INC.
  • COMPAL ELECTRONICS
  • CURTIS INSTRUMENTS
  • CUSTOM POWER SYSTEMS
  • CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR CORP.
  • CT&T
  • DAIMLER
  • D&B POWER, INC.
  • DELL
  • DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE LLP
  • DELTRAN CORPORATION
  • DEPENDABLE POWER SYSTEMS
  • DIVERSIFIED POWER INTERNATIONAL, LLC
  • DURACELL INTERNATIONAL
  • DYNAGE POWER & MAGNETICS
  • DYNASTY ELECTRIC VEHICLES LTD.
  • EATON CORP.
  • ECOTALITY NORTH AMERICA
  • EIC LABORATORIES
  • ELECTRIC CAR CORP.
  • ELETRA AUTOMOTIVE (DIV. GOTTLIEB INVENTIONS, INC.)
  • ELECTROVAYA (ELECTROFUEL)
  • ELEKTROMOTIVE LTD.
  • ELTEK VALERE
  • ENER1, INC. (ENERDEL)
  • ENERSYS, INC.
  • EFACEC
  • ENERGIZER
  • ENERIZE CORP. (FIFE BATTERIES)
  • ENGINEERING DESIGN & SALES
  • E-ONE MOLI ENERGY
  • ERICSSON
  • EUAUTO TECHNOLOGY LTD.
  • EVATRAN (PLUGLESS POWER)
  • EV CONNECT
  • FORD MOTOR CO.
  • FREEPLAY ENERGY PLC
  • FRIWO, INC.
  • FUJITSU LTD (FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS)
  • GENERAL ELECTRIC
  • GENERAL MOTORS COMPANY
  • GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY
  • GLOBTEK, INC.
  • GOODALL MANUFACTURING
  • GOOGLE
  • GP BATTERIES (GOLD PEAK INTERNATIONAL)
  • GREATBATCH, INC.
  • GRIDTEST SYSTEMS
  • HALOIPT (QUALCOMM)
  • HARDING ENERGY, INC.
  • HITACHI MAXELL CORP.
  • HLK & ASSOCIATES, INC.
  • HM ELECTRONICS, INC.
  • HONDA
  • HONEYWELL BATTERIES
  • HP CO.
  • HTC
  • HYB BATTERY CO., LTD. (HUA-YUE-BAO BATTERY)
  • HUANYU BATTERY
  • IGO
  • INSIGNIA
  • INDUSTRIAL BATTERY ENGINEERING
  • INDUSTRIES INTERNATIONAL, INC. (INDI)
  • INTEL CORP.
  • INTERMEC TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
  • INTERNATIONAL BATTERY
  • INTERSIL CORP.
  • IOMEGA CORP.
  • IOTA ENGINEERING
  • IQ POWER
  • ISL PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL, LTD.
  • ITAUTEC
  • JEROME INDUSTRIES CORP.
  • JOHNSON CONTROLS
  • KEYSTONE BATTERY CORP.
  • KOEHLER LIGHTING
  • KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS ELECTRONICS N.V.
  • KUSSMAUL ELECTRONICS CO., INC.
  • LA MARCHE MANUFACTURING
  • LANIX
  • LENMAR ENTERPRISES INC.
  • LENOVO GROUP
  • LESTER ELECTRICAL INC.
  • LEVITON MANUFACTURING CO. LTD.
  • LG
  • LIND ELECTRONIC DESIGN
  • LITHIUM TECHNOLOGY CORP. (GAIA)
  • LUMENEO
  • MAC MOTOR & CURRENT
  • MAGNA INTERNATIONAL
  • MAGNETEK
  • MATHEWS BATTERY ASSOCIATES
  • MAXELL CORPORATION
  • MAXIM INTEGRATED PRODUCTS, INC.
  • MICROCHIP TECHNOLOGY, INC.
  • MICRO POWER
  • MICROSOFT
  • MIDTRONICS
  • MILES ELECTRIC VEHICLES (CODA)
  • MITSUBISHI INTERNATIONAL
  • MITSUBISHI MOTORS
  • MOTIVE ENERGY, INC.
  • MOTOROLA, INC.
  • MYERS MOTORS
  • NATIONAL SEMICONDUCTOR CORP.
  • NEC CORP. (E-ONE MOLI ENERGY)
  • NEW ENERGY SYSTEMS GROUP
  • NEXERGY
  • NISSAN
  • NEWMAR
  • NOKIA CELLULAR SYSTEMS
  • NOVA ELECTRIC (TECHNOLOGY DYNAMICS, INC.)
  • O2MICRO INTERNATIONAL LTD.
  • ONEAC CORP.
  • PANASONIC
  • PHILIPS GLOBAL
  • POSITIVO INFORMATICA (GRUPO POSITIVO)
  • POWER PRODUCTS INC.
  • POWER-SONIC CORP.
  • PROMARK ELECTRONICS
  • PURE ENERGY VISIONS INC. (ENERGY VISIONS, INC.)
  • QUALLION LLC
  • QUICK CHARGE CORP.
  • RECHARGE SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL
  • RIM
  • SAFT
  • SAMSUNG
  • SANYO ELECTRIC CO., LTD. (PANASONIC)
  • SB LIMOTIVE CO. LTD. (COBASYS)
  • SCHAUER MANUFACTURING CORP.
  • SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC
  • SEGWAY
  • SENS
  • SETO HOLDINGS, INC.
  • SHARP ELECTRONICS CORP.
  • SIEMENS AG (POWER GENERATION DIVISION)
  • SMITH ELECTRIC VEHICLES (TANFIELD GROUP)
  • SOCIETE DE VEHICULES ELECTRIQUES (SVE) (DASSAULT AND HEULIEZ)
  • SONY CORP.
  • SOUTHWEST ELECTRONIC ENERGY CORP.
  • SPECTRUM BRANDS (RAYOVAC, BLACK & DECKER, VARTA CONSUMER BATTERIES)
  • SPLASHPOWER
  • TAMURA CORP. OF AMERICA
  • TANDY CORP. (RADIO SHACK)
  • TE CONNECTIVITY
  • TEXAS INSTRUMENTS (TI)
  • TOSHIBA LTD.
  • TOYOTA
  • TRIPP-LITE
  • TRITRONICS, INC.
  • ULTRALIFE BATTERIES, INC. (MCDOWELL RESEARCH)
  • UNIROSS BATTERIES CORP.
  • VALENCE TECHNOLOGY, INC.
  • VANNER POWER GROUP
  • VENTURE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
  • WHEEGO ELECTRIC CARS
  • WITRICITY CORPORATION
  • XANTREX TECHNOLOGY
  • XENOTRONIX, INC.
  • ZAP
  • ZENN MOTOR COMPANY
  • ZILOG INC.
  • ZTE

Chapter - 8: APPENDIX A: BATTERIES AND BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY

  • BATTERY BACKGROUND
  • BATTERY CHARACTERISTICS

Chapter - 9: APPENDIX B: COMPETING POWER SYSTEMS

  • CAPACITIVE ENERGY STORAGE
  • NUCLEAR BATTERIES
  • FUEL CELLS

List of Tables

  • Summary Table: BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY SALES AND SHIPMENTS SUMMARY: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 1: BATTERY CHARGER COMPANIES
  • Table 2: TOTAL BATTERY CHARGER SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 3: BATTERY CONDITIONER COMPANIES
  • Table 4: TOTAL BATTERY CONDITIONER SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO
  • Table 5: SMART BATTERY SYSTEM (SBS) STAKEHOLDERS
  • Table 6: SMART BATTERY AND SMART BATTERY CHARGER COMPANIES
  • Table 7: SMART BATTERY OEM COMPANIES
  • Table 8: TOTAL SMART BATTERY SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO
  • Table 9: BATTERY CONTROL PATENT AWARDS
  • Table 10: BATTERY CONTROL PATENT ACTIVITY
  • Table 11: BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY COMPANY COUNTS
  • Table 12: BATTERY CONTROL COMPANIES BY MARKETS SERVED AND PRODUCT TYPE
  • Table 13: U.S. BATTERY CONTROL CHANNELS OF DISTRIBUTION
  • Table 14: REPRESENTATIVE BATTERY CONTROL PRODUCT PRICES
  • Table 15: TOTAL BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 16: TOTAL BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS SUMMARY, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 17: TOTAL BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 18: AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY CONTROL COMPANIES
  • Table 19: AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY CHARGER INCENTIVES AND DISINCENTIVES
  • Table 20: GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 21: GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS BY REGION: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 22: LOW SPEED COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC VEHICLE MAKERS
  • Table 23: TRACTION, MARINE, AND AVIATION BATTERY CONTROL COMPANIES
  • Table 24: INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL VEHICLE MARKET DRIVERS
  • Table 25: CONSENSUS, OPTIMISTIC, AND PESSIMISTIC COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL SCENARIOS
  • Table 26: TOTAL GLOBAL COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL VEHICLE MARKET SCENARIOS, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 27: GLOBAL TRACTION, MARINE, AND AVIATION BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 28: GLOBAL TRACTION, MARINE, AND AVIATION SALES AND SHIPMENTS BY REGION: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 29: PORTABLE BATTERY-POWERED PRODUCT DEFINITIONS AND SCOPE
  • Table 30: PORTABLE PRODUCT BATTERY CONTROL COMPANIES
  • Table 31: PORTABLE PRODUCT SMART BATTERY COMPANIES
  • Table 32: PORTABLE PRODUCT BATTERY CHARGER AND BATTERY CONDITIONER GROWTH DRIVERS AND INHIBITORS
  • Table 33: IMPORTANT PORTABLE PRODUCT SMART BATTERY GROWTH DRIVERS AND INHIBITORS
  • Table 34: SMART BATTERY GROWTH DRIVERS AND INHIBITORS
  • Table 35: AVERAGE BATTERY CHARGER PRICES, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 36: GLOBAL PORTABLE PRODUCT BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 37: GLOBAL PORTABLE PRODUCT BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS BY REGION: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 38: GLOBAL MARKET FOR PORTABLE PRODUCT LITHIUM INTERNAL/OEM CHARGERS BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 39: GLOBAL MARKET FOR PORTABLE PRODUCT SMART BATTERIES BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 40: STATIONARY BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
  • Table 41: GLOBAL STATIONARY BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 42: GLOBAL STATIONARY BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS BY REGION: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 43: ELECTRIC VEHICLE TIMELINE, 1828-2011
  • Table 44: PROJECTED ANNUAL GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS REDUCTIONS FROM PHEVS IN THE YEAR 2050
  • Table 45: PEAK NEW VEHICLE MARKET SHARE IN 2050 FOR THE THREE PHEV ADOPTION SCENARIOS
  • Table 46: EV AND HEV BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES
  • Table 47: EV AND EV BATTERY CONTROL MARKET DRIVERS
  • Table 48: CONSENSUS, OPTIMISTIC, AND PESSIMISTIC BATTERY - POWERED VEHICLE SCENARIOS
  • Table 49: GLOBAL EV MARKET: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 50: GLOBAL EV MARKET: CONSENSUS, PESSIMISTIC, AND OPTIMISTIC SCENARIOS, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 51: GLOBAL ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS BY TYPE: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 52: GLOBAL ON-ROAD ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS BY REGION: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 53: GLOBAL EV MARKET: CONSENSUS, PESSIMISTIC, AND OPTIMISTIC SCENARIOS, THROUGH 2016
  • Table 54: COMMERCIAL SECONDARY BATTERY TYPES
  • Table 55: COMPARISON BETWEEN CAPACITIVE AND ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE
  • Table 56: COMPARISON OF CAPACITOR, ULTRACAPACITOR, AND BATTERY CHARACTERISTICS

List of Figures

  • Summary Figure: BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY SALES AND SHIPMENTS SUMMARY: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2006-2016
  • Summary Figure: SHARE OF BATTERY CONTROL TECHNOLOGY SALES AND SHIPMENTS, 2011
  • Figure 1: TOTAL BATTERY CONTROL SALES AND SHIPMENTS: CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2006-2016
  • Figure 2: BATTERY CONTROL SHIPMENTS, BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY, 2011
  • Figure 3: BATTERY CONTROL VALUE, BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY, 2011
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