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Contents

 Context
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 Introduction
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 Scope of the Report


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 Example Highlights
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 Chapter Outlines
5

 Table of Contents
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Context
 It is predicted that the global economy will increase by three-folds between now and 2050. This, in turn, is
likely to result in increased energy demands. According to Enerdata Energy Statistical Yearbook 2016,
electricity demand has more than doubled between 1990 and 2015 to reach 20,568 TWh. This demand is
projected to grow even further; in fact, by 2035, the growth is expected to be in the range of 69% to 81%.
As the global economy aims for energy security, renewable energy sources such as solar and wind are
expected to hold a key position in the future.
 A major constraint with such renewable sources is that energy is generated with a highly variable output in
an intermittent manner. Therefore, the surplus energy is required to be stored so that it can be supplied
during non-optimal generation periods such as at night time or when the wind is not blowing.
 Storage at a large scale has remained a major challenge; however, several developments have taken place
in this domain and efforts are being made towards their feasible commercial deployments. Pumped hydro
energy storage (PHES) is a well-established energy storage technique; however, because of known
challenges, various other energy storage techniques, backed by public and private lending, have surfaced
over the last decade.
 For a market such as energy storage, which is linked to the economy of a country, initiatives related to
policy decisions and mass awareness play a key role in the growth. Some countries have introduced
reforms / amendments in the policies to encourage the market for energy storage, while others are still
debating on it. The White House Summit 2016 is a recent example of such initiatives. At the summit, a
range of utility, industry and government storage commitments were highlighted to signify the importance of
this subject. Post this, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) started working on re-
evaluating some of the policies to encourage energy storage in the US.
 As of February 2017, policies favoring renewable energy over other sources were in place in about 50
countries. The common theme across these policies is priority dispatch of electricity from renewable
sources, special feed-in tariffs, quota obligations for renewable energy and energy tax exemptions. In
addition, legal bindings / agreements, such as COP21 to tackle climate change, are encouraging the use of
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Introduction
 Roots Analysis has conducted a detailed study in this domain. One of the key objectives of this study is to
understand the future state of the market, segmented on the basis of key regions and type of energy
storage technologies.
 The analysis and opinions gathered during the course of this study are presented in our comprehensive
report titled ‘Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies Market, 2017-2030’.
 These opinions are backed by a deep understanding of the key insights captured from both secondary and
primary research. Notable examples of experts we interviewed include Anoop Mathur (CTO and Founder,
Terrafore Technologies), Camilo Lopez Tobar (Business Development Manager, Electrochaea), Dr. Markus
Ostermeier (Product Development Manager, Electrochaea), Eric Murray (President and CEO, Temporal
Power), Itai Karelic (Vice President Business Development, EnStorage), John McCleod (Vice President
Engineering, ZincNyx Energy Solutions) and Suresh Singh (President and CEO, ZincNyx Energy
Solutions), Nicolas Velasco (Commercial Director, Albufera Energy Storage), Rainer Grumann (Vice
President Sales, Heliocentris), Sonya Davidson (President and CEO, H2 Energy Now), and Tom Stepien
(CEO and Co-founder, Primus Power).
 The aim of the current document is to share some of these takeaways with key industry stakeholders and
provide a snapshot of the outcome of our research.

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Scope of the Report (1/3)
 The ‘Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies Market, 2017-2030’ report provides a comprehensive
analysis of the current market landscape and a detailed future outlook of the large scale energy storage
technologies that are currently commercially available or are under development.
 The report highlights various energy storage technologies that can be classified as mechanical energy
storage, electrochemical energy storage, chemical energy storage, thermal energy storage or
electromagnetic energy storage technologies. The energy storage industry has long revolved around
pumped hydro energy storage, which currently contributes close to 95% of the global energy storage
capacity. However, several geographical and environmental constraints associated with it are likely to limit
its growth in the long term.
 The primary focus of this study has been on these novel / upcoming energy storage technologies, including
different types of battery storage, compressed air energy storage, concentrated solar power / molten salt
energy storage, power-to-gas and flywheel energy storage. The study provides a holistic coverage of the
developments that are impacting the current energy storage setup and are likely to drive significant
changes in energy management approaches in the long term.
 The study includes comprehensive profiles of some of the upcoming players under each energy storage
category, covering details on the current focus of the companies, their specific energy storage technology
and recent developments / initiatives by these with respect to energy storage.
 It highlights the various investments and grants received by companies to support their R&D activities, a
key enabler that will continue to drive developments in the long term. In addition, respective governments
have taken encouraging policy decisions, which have provided a positive outlook to the energy storage
industry.
 We have discussed in detail the key drivers and restraints for the grid scale energy storage market. Rising
adoption of renewable energy sources, limitations of conventional energy storage systems and high
demand charges being imposed on the consumers are likely to further fuel the demand for energy storage
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Scope of the Report (2/3)
 The study includes potential future growth of the global grid scale energy storage market (both in terms of
installed capacity and expected revenue generation) across different technologies (CSP / molten salt
energy storage, compressed air energy storage, lithium-ion batteries, lead acid batteries, flow batteries,
flywheel energy storage, power-to-gas energy storage and other upcoming technologies). We have taken
into account the levelized cost of energy storage to determine revenues for different energy storage
technologies.
 The report covers forecast for regional markets (North America, Europe, Developed Asia and Rest of
World) till 2030 in terms of installed capacity. It also includes individual forecasts, using a top-down
approach, on the installed capacity in specific countries (Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Ireland,
Italy, Japan, Morocco, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, the UK and the US) poised to witness healthy to
rapid growth in the short-midterm and long term. This approach is outlined on the next slide.

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Scope of the Report (3/3)
Opportunity Analysis
Secondary Research Primary Research
Investor Company Press
Annual Reports
Information Presentations Releases Interviews conducted with
CEOs and Directors of
Sources Industry Other Analysts’ industry stakeholders
SEC Filings
Databases Opinion Reports

Industry Historical Key Growth Future Trends /


Challenges
Market Insights Landscape Evolution Drivers Scenarios

Segment-wise Levelized cost Time duration


Currently installed
growth trends of different for which, the
Specific Model grid scale energy (based on future
storage capacity energy storage technology will
planned projects
Parameters (by type of under each technologies supply stored
technology) technology type) energy

Market Forecast
Overall Market Distribution by Type of Technology Distribution by Regions
Outputs
Overall Market Forecast till 2030 is segmented by
 Type of Technology: CSP / molten salt energy storage, CAES, lithium-ion batteries, lead acid batteries, flow batteries, flywheels, power-to-gas and other
upcoming energy storage technologies.
 Capacity and Revenues: Capacity in terms of MW and Revenues in terms of USD Million
 Regions: North America, Europe (UK, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Ireland and rest of Europe), Asia Pacific (Japan, China, India and South Korea) and
the Rest of the World.

Data Industry Stakeholders Client Feedback


In-house Experts
Triangulation (via Primary Research) (ongoing pre / post project release)
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Example Highlights
There are over 1701 grid scale energy storage technologies currently available / under
development across different technology segments

List of Energy Storage Technologies


Name of the Type of Name of the Power Energy Duration Founding
S. No. Headquarters
Company Technology Technology / Product (MW) (MWh) (hours)2 Year
Mechanical Energy Storage
22 Hydrostor CAES Terra 2.0 10 5.0 2010 Canada
134 Teraloop Flywheel Undisclosed 10 NA NA Comprehensive
2014 listFinland
of grid scale
energy storage technology providers
168 Amber Kinetics Flywheel Model 32 0.0084 0.034 4.0 is available US titled “Grid
2009 in the report
Scale Energy Storage
Electrochemical Energy Storage Technologies Market, 2017-2030”

12 Alevo Battery (Li-ion) GridBank 2.0 1.0 0.50 2009 Switzerland


47 Electrovaya Battery (Li-ion) Litastore 0.30 1.5 5.0 1997 Canada
Chemical Energy Storage
46 Electrochea Power-to-gas Undisclosed 1 NA NA 2010 Germany
82 Hydrogenics Power-to-gas HySTAT NA NA NA 1996 Canada
Thermal Energy Storage
BrightSource Concentrated
29 Energy
Undisclosed NA NA NA 2006 US
solar power
Molten salt
148 Sunrise CSP SUMO NA NA NA 2013 Australia
energy storage
Electromagnetic Energy Storage

84 Ioxus Ultracapacitors Titan HT NA NA NA 2007 US

Note 1: Excluding pumped hydro energy storage


Note 2: Duration in this specific table has been calculated from rated power (MW) and energy (MWh). It is defined as the time for which a technology is able to provide energy at rated power
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Example Highlights
Several companies are working on upcoming technologies such as flywheels, power-to-
gas and ultracapacitors; North America and Europe are key regions driving the innovation
Distribution of grid scale energy storage
technologies by type, rated power and
duration has been provided in the report
titled “Grid Scale Energy Storage
Technologies Market, 2017-2030”

Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies Grid Scale Energy Storage Companies
Distribution by Type of Storage Distribution by Location of Headquarters
Total: 171 technologies Total: 158 companies
2, 1%

8, 5%
5, 3% EES
10, 6%
22, 14% North America
20, 12% MES

TES Europe

CES 82, 52% Asia


25, 14%
109, 64% EMES
46, 29% Rest of World
Others

EES: Electrochemical Energy Storage; MES: Mechanical Energy Storage; TES: Thermal Energy
Storage; CES: Chemical Energy Storage; EMES: Electromagnetic Energy Storage

 Concentrated solar power, molten salt energy storage  An estimated 1.6 GW and 2.0 GW of grid scale energy
(categorized as TES) and compressed air energy storage are storage capacity is currently installed in North America and
amongst relatively more established energy storage technologies. Europe respectively. Specifically in Europe, Spain and
Specifically, thermal energy storage technologies have about 3 Germany lead the market with a combined installed capacity
GW of installed capacity across the globe. of 1.7 GW.

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Example Highlights
Specifically, a variety of battery storage solutions have become highly popular; lithium-
ion batteries have been the key focus
Similar detailed information / analysis for
other types of technologies available in
Battery Energy Storage Technologies: Power vs. Type the report titled “Grid Scale Energy
Storage Technologies Market, 2017-
Logo Landscape 2030”

Illustrative
> 25 MW

Similar information on various


5 MW - 25 MW

technologies, distributed by rated


power and discharge time is
available in the report titled “Grid
Scale Energy Storage
Power (MW)

Technologies Market, 2017-2030”


1 MW - 5 MW
< 1 MW

Lithium-ion batteries Flow batteries Lead-acid and other types of batteries

Type of batteries
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Example Highlights
Funding agencies have strongly backed the efforts by pouring over USD 14.5 billion in
the last decade; in addition to equity, debt financing and grants have been popular

Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies
Funding Instances, Distribution by Technology Funding Instances, Distribution by Amount
Type (USD Billion) Invested (%)
0.01%
0.04 TES (Others)

1.1 Molten Salt Debt Financing


4%
11%
CSP 0.25 Batteries (Type NA) Venture Funding
2.2
0.64 Other Batteries Other Equity
CSP / 41%
6.0 0.09 Hybrid Batteries
Molten Salt 13%
0.21 Metal-ion batteries IPO / Public Offerings

Grant
0.26 Flow Batteries

Flywheels Hydrogen Storage Private Placement


14%
3.4 Li-ion CAES Power-to-gas
0.28 Crowdfunding
SMES
0.03
0.10 17%
0.63 0.65 Undisclosed
TES EES MES CES EMES

 Over 250 instances of funding, across 70 companies, have  Start-ups have benefited from the growing number of venture
occurred since 2000. It is worth noting that, since 2013, annual capital funding (total amount USD 2.7 billion). Examples of
investment of at least USD 1 billion per year has been registered. prominent VC firms active in this area include Khosla
Plug Power, Superconductor Technologies A123 Systems, Tesla Ventures, North Bridge Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital,
Motors, Abengoa Solar, Boston-Power are examples of Total Energy Ventures, VantagePoint Capital Partners and
companies that have raised capital multiple times. Venrock Associates.

Note: Data in both the charts is presented till February 2017


TES: Thermal Energy Storage; EES: Electrochemical Energy Storage; MES: Mechanical Energy Storage; CES: Chemical Energy Storage; EMES: Electromagnetic Energy Storage; CSP: Concentrated Solar Power;
CAES: Compressed Air Energy Storage; SMES: Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage 2017 © Roots Analysis

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Example Highlights
We expect the market to continue its growth at a healthy pace; the shift will clearly be
seen as more novel energy storage technologies get traction
The “Grid Scale Energy Storage
Technologies Market, 2017-2030”
report provides a detailed forecasting,
backed by robust data and credible
Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies Market1 inputs from primary research, to
Comparative Scenarios , 2017 - 2030 (GW, USD Billion) identify the market size, both in terms
of capacity (GW) and value (USD
Billion), across different segments of
Capacity (GW) Value (USD Billion) the industry

xx xx
Conservative Scenario xx Conservative Scenario
xx
Base Scenario Base Scenario

Optimistic Scenario Optimistic Scenario


xx
 Over the course of next
decade, we expect the
xx xx
xx xx current installed capacity of
xx 5.8 GW (excluding PHES)
xx to grow at an annualized
xx rate of 4.9% (till 2030)
xx xx xx
xx xx  Specific pockets of growth
(in terms of technologies
xx
under development) include
lithium-ion batteries, flow
batteries, power-to-gas and
flywheels

2017 2023 2030 2017 2023 2030

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Example Highlights
The opportunity is distributed across different types of energy technologies; adoption
across newer regions / countries will provide the necessary impetus in the long-term

Grid Scale Energy Storage Market Grid Scale Energy Storage Market
Distribution by Type of Technology (GW) Distribution by Region (GW)

xx
xx
xx Technology A

Region W
Technology B
xx
xx
Technology C
Region X

xx Technology D

xx Region Y
xx xx
Technology E
xx
xx
xx
Technology F Region Z
xx
Technology G
xx

xx Technology H xx
xx

xx

2017 2030 2017 2030

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Chapter Outlines (1/2)
 Chapter 2 provides an executive summary of the insights captured in our study. The summary offers a high level view on the likely
evolution of energy storage market, with a special focus on technologies that are meant for large scale storage applications.
 Chapter 3 is an introductory chapter on energy storage technologies. It focuses on various renewable energy sources and their
current status in terms of their contribution to the overall energy generation. In addition, the chapter provides information on various
challenges being faced by the energy sector, highlighting the unmet need and how energy storage can revolutionize the market.
We have briefly discussed different types of energy storage technologies and their applications at the grid level.
 Chapter 4 identifies the energy storage technologies that have been developed / are under development by different companies. It
provides information on rated power, energy capacity and duration / discharge time. The technologies have been classified on the
basis of the type of stored energy (mechanical, electrochemical, chemical, thermal or electromagnetic). The classification system
mentioned in this chapter helps develop a deeper understanding of the market. In addition, we have identified various trends in the
industry that are likely to govern the future of energy storage industry.
 Chapter 5 features a detailed discussion on a number of factors that act as drivers or barriers to the growth of energy storage
market. It describes the increasing trend towards the use of renewables over the past few years due to initiatives being taken by the
government bodies, constantly rising prices of electricity and high demand charges.
 Chapter 6 provides a detailed review of mechanical energy storage technologies. It includes profiles of upcoming players in this
domain that are in the process of developing / deploying their compressed air energy storage or flywheel energy storage
technologies. The profiles cover information about the company, details on their specific technology and recent developments /
future plans with respect to the energy storage industry.
 Chapter 7 reviews chemical energy storage technologies, which store energy in the form of hydrogen gas. The technology is also
known as power-to-gas energy storage, and we have presented profiles of some of the upcoming players in this area, covering
information about the company, details on their specific energy storage technology and recent developments / future plans with
respect to the energy storage industry.
 Chapter 8 provides a detailed review of electrochemical energy storage technologies, including a wide variety of batteries such as
lithium-ion, lead acid, flow batteries and sodium based batteries. It presents profiles of some of the upcoming players that have
developed / are developing these technologies covering information about the company, details on their specific battery storage
technology and recent developments / future plans with respect to the energy storage industry.
 Chapter 9 reviews thermal energy storage technologies, which primarily include concentrated solar power / molten salt energy
storage technologies. The chapter presents profiles of some of the upcoming players in this area, covering information about the
company, details on their specific energy storage technology and recent developments / future plans with respect to the energy
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 Chapter 10 provides a detailed review of energy storage technologies other than the ones mentioned in Chapters 6, 7, 8 and 9.
These include superconducting magnetic energy storage technologies and the use of ultracapacitors / supercapacitors as energy
storage systems. We have presented profiles of some of the players in this area covering information about the company and
details on their specific energy storage technologies.
 Chapter 11 is a case study on pumped hydro energy storage technology. It highlights the key advantages and constraints of
pumped hydro energy storage technology. It features information on currently operational pumped hydro storage plants across the
globe and specific energy storage trends across different regions. The chapter also provides a list of upcoming pumped hydro
storage plants.
 Chapter 12 provides information on several funding instances that have driven innovations in this industry. Our analysis reveals
interesting insights on the growing interest of venture capitalists and other stakeholders in this market.
 Chapter 13 presents a detailed 14 year forecast highlighting the future potential of grid scale energy storage technologies. The
forecast, which estimates the market opportunity (both in terms of value and installed capacity) across various types of energy
storage technologies (CSP / molten salt, CAES, batteries (lithium-ion, lead acid and flow batteries), flywheels and power-to-gas), is
backed by robust secondary research and inputs gathered from senior stakeholders via primary research. The analysis also
highlights the relative growth opportunity across various regions across the globe (Asia, Europe, North America and Rest of World)
in terms of installed energy storage capacity. Within these regions, we have provided forecasts for individual countries that currently
have or are likely to have an impact on the overall energy storage industry in the future.
 Chapter 14 is a collection of transcripts of interviews conducted with key players during the course of this study. We have
presented the details of our discussions with Anoop Mathur (CTO and Founder, Terrafore Technologies), Camilo Lopez Tobar
(Business Development Manager, Electrochaea), Dr. Markus Ostermeier (Product Development Manager, Electrochaea), Eric
Murray (President and CEO, Temporal Power), Itai Karelic (Vice President Business Development, EnStorage), John McCleod
(Vice President Engineering, ZincNyx Energy Solutions), Suresh Singh (President and CEO, ZincNyx Energy Solutions), Nicolas
Velasco (Commercial Director, Albufera Energy Storage), Rainer Grumann (Vice President Sales, Heliocentris), Sonya Davidson
(President and CEO, H2 Energy Now) and Tom Stepien (CEO and Co-founder, Primus Power).
 Chapter 15 summarizes the overall report. In this chapter, we have provided a recap of the key takeaways and an independent
future outlook based on the research and analysis described in earlier chapters.
 Chapter 16 is an appendix, which provides tabulated data and numbers for all the figures provided in the report.
 Chapter 17 is an appendix, which provides a list of companies and organizations mentioned in the report.

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Table of Contents (1/4)
1. PREFACE 4. CURRENT MARKET LANDSCAPE
1.1. Scope of the Report 4.1. Chapter Overview
1.2. Research Methodology 4.2. Grid Scale Energy Storage: List of Technologies
1.3. Chapter Outlines 4.3. Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Distribution by Type of Storage
4.4. Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Distribution by Rated Power
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4.5. Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Distribution by Duration / Discharge Time
3. INTRODUCTION 4.6. Grid Scale Energy Storage Companies: Distribution by Year of Establishment
3.1. Context and Background 4.7. Grid Scale Energy Storage Companies: Distribution by Size
3.2. Major Energy Sources Being Exploited for Generating Electricity 4.8. Grid Scale Energy Storage Companies: Distribution by Location of Headquarters
3.2.1. Solar Energy
3.2.2. Wind Energy 5. KEY MARKET DRIVERS AND RESTRAINTS
3.2.3. Geothermal Energy 5.1. Chapter Overview
3.2.4. Hydrogen Energy and Fuel Cells 5.2. Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Key Drivers
3.2.5. Hydroelectric Energy 5.2.1. Rapidly Increasing Adoption of Renewables / Clean Energy Methods
3.2.6. Tidal Energy 5.2.2. Encouraging Initiatives by Government Bodies
3.2.7. Wave Energy 5.2.3. Constantly Rising Electricity Prices
3.2.8. Biomass Energy 5.2.4. Limitations of Conventional Energy Storage Systems
3.2.9. Nuclear Energy 5.2.5. High Demand Charges
3.2.10. Fossil Fuels
5.3. Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Key Restraints
3.3. Major Challenges Faced by the Energy Sector 5.3.1. High Capital Costs
3.3.1. Ever Increasing Energy Demand Leading to Energy Insecurity 5.3.2. Policy / Regulatory and Market Barriers
3.3.2. Overdependence on Fossils as the Primary Energy Source 5.3.3. Commercialization and Licensing Barriers
3.3.3. Rising Carbon Dioxide Emissions Resulting in Climate Changes
3.3.4. Massive Urbanization 6. MECHANICAL ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES
3.3.5. Introduction to Energy Storage 6.1. Chapter Overview
3.3.6. Energy Storage Technologies 6.2. Compressed Air Energy Storage Technologies
3.3.6.1. Mechanical Energy Storage Technologies 6.2.1. Dresser-Rand
3.3.6.1.1.Pumped Hydro Energy Storage (PHES) 6.2.1.1. Company Overview
3.3.6.1.2.Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) 6.2.1.2. Financial Information
3.3.6.1.3.Flywheel Energy Storage (FES) 6.2.1.3. Technology
3.3.6.2. Electrochemical Energy Storage 6.2.1.4. Recent Developments
3.3.6.2.1.Lead-Acid Batteries
3.3.6.2.2.Nickel-Cadmium / Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries 6.2.2. LightSail Energy
3.3.6.2.3.Lithium-Ion Batteries 6.2.2.1. Company Overview
3.3.6.2.4.Sodium Sulfur Batteries 6.2.2.2. Financial Information
3.3.6.2.5.Copper (Cu) / Zinc (Zn) Batteries 6.2.2.3. Technology
3.3.6.2.6.Flow Batteries 6.2.2.4. Recent Developments

3.3.6.3. Chemical Energy Storage 6.3. Flywheel Energy Storage Technologies


3.3.6.3.1.Power-to-Gas Energy Storage 6.3.1. Amber Kinetics
6.3.1.1. Company Overview
3.3.6.4. Thermal Energy Storage
6.3.1.2. Financial Information
3.3.6.4.1.Pumped Heat Energy Storage
6.3.1.3. Technology
3.3.6.4.2.Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES)
6.3.1.4. Recent Developments
3.3.6.4.3.Concentrated Solar Power and Molten Salt Energy Storage
3.3.6.5. Electromagnetic Energy Storage 6.3.2. Temporal Power
3.3.6.5.1.Supercapacitors 6.3.2.1. Company Overview
3.3.6.5.2.Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) 6.3.2.2. Financial Information
6.3.2.3. Technology
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7. CHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES 8.4.1.1. Company Overview
7.1. Chapter Overview 8.4.1.2. Financial Information
7.2. Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Technologies 8.4.1.3. Technology
7.2.1. Electrochaea 8.4.1.4. Recent Developments
7.2.1.1. Company Overview
7.2.1.2. Financial Information 8.4.2. Exide
7.2.1.3. Technology 8.4.2.1. Company Overview
7.2.1.4. Recent Developments 8.4.2.2. Financial Information
8.4.2.3. Technology
7.2.2. H2 Energy Now 8.4.2.4. Recent Developments
7.2.2.1. Company Overview
7.2.2.2. Financial Information 9. THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES
7.2.2.3. Technology 9.1. Chapter Overview
7.2.2.4. Recent Developments 9.2. Liquid Air Energy Storage Technologies
9.2.1. Highview Power Storage
7.3.3. ITM Power 9.2.1.1. Company Overview
7.3.3.1. Company Overview 9.2.2.2. Financial Information
7.3.3.2. Financial Information 9.2.3.3. Technology
7.3.3.3. Technology 9.2.4.4. Recent Developments
7.3.3.4. Recent Developments
9.3. Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Technologies
8. ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES 9.3.1. Novatec Solar
8.1. Chapter Overview 9.3.1.1. Company Overview
8.2. Lithium-Ion Batteries 9.3.1.2. Financial Information
8.2.1. A123 Systems 9.3.1.3. Technology
8.2.1.1. Company Overview 9.3.1.4. Recent Developments
8.2.1.2. Financial Information
8.2.1.3. Technology 9.3.2.1. Terrafore Technologies
8.2.1.4. Recent Developments 9.3.2.2. Company Overview
9.3.2.3. Technology
8.2.2. Boston-Power 9.3.2.4. Recent Developments
8.2.2.1. Company Overview
8.2.2.2. Financial Information 10. OTHER ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES
8.2.2.3. Technology 10.1. Chapter Overview
8.2.2.4. Recent Developments 10.2. Advanced Rail Energy Storage (ARES)
10.2.1. Company Overview
8.3. Flow Batteries 10.2.2. Technology
8.3.1. EnStorage 10.2.3. Recent Developments
8.3.1.1. Company Overview
8.3.1.2. Financial Information 10.3. Sylfen
8.3.1.3. Technology 10.3.1. Company Overview
8.3.1.4. Recent Developments 10.3.2. Technology
10.3.3. Recent Developments
8.3.2. Primus Power
8.3.2.1. Company Overview 11. CASE IN POINT: PUMPED HYDRO ENERGY STORAGE
8.3.2.2. Financial Information 11.1. Chapter Overview
8.3.2.3. Technology 11.2. The Concept of Pumped Hydro Energy Storage
8.3.2.4. Recent Developments 11.2.1. Open Loop Pumped Hydro Storage
11.2.2. Closed Loop Pumped Hydro Storage
8.4. Lead Acid Batteries 11.3. Pumped Hydro Storage Plants: Key Benefits
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11.5. List of Pumped Hydro Storage Plants 13.12. Regional Energy Storage Capacities
11.6. Pumped Hydro Storage Plants: Distribution by Commissioning Year 13.12.1. Energy Storage Capacity in North America, 2017-2030
11.7. Pumped Hydro Storage Plants: Distribution by Location 13.12.1.1.Energy Storage Capacity in the US, 2017-2030
11.8. Pumped Hydro Storage: Upcoming Projects 13.12.1.2.Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of North America, 2017- 2030

12. CAPITAL INVESTMENTS AND FUNDING 13.12.2. Energy Storage Capacity in Europe, 2017-2030
12.1. Chapter Overview 13.12.2.1.Energy Storage Capacity in Spain, 2017-2030
12.2. Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Funding Instances (2000-2017) 13.12.2.2.Energy Storage Capacity in Germany, 2017-2030
12.3. Funding Instances: Distribution of Funding Instances by Year (2000-2017) 13.12.2.3.Energy Storage Capacity in Italy, 2017-2030
12.4. Funding Instances: Distribution of Funding Instances by Type of Funding 13.12.2.4.Energy Storage Capacity in the UK, 2017-2030
12.5. Funding Instances: Distribution by Funding Instances Type of Technology 13.12.2.5.Energy Storage Capacity in France, 2017-2030
12.6. Leading Grid Scale Energy Storage Technology Developers: Evaluation by Number of 13.12.2.6.Energy Storage Capacity in Ireland, 2017-2030
Funding Instances 13.12.2.7.Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Europe, 2017-2030
13. MARKET FORECAST
13.12.3. Energy Storage Capacity in Asia, 2017-2030
13.1. Chapter Overview
13.12.3.1.Energy Storage Capacity in South Korea, 2017-2030
13.2. Forecast Methodology and Key Assumptions
13.12.3.2.Energy Storage Capacity in Japan, 2017-2030
13.3. Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market
13.12.3.3.Energy Storage Capacity in India, 2017-2030
13.3.1. Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Value)
13.12.3.4.Energy Storage Capacity in China, 2017-2030
13.3.2. Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Capacity)
13.12.3.5.Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Asia, 2017-2030
13.4. Global Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market
13.12.4. Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of World, 2017-2030
13.4.1. Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Value)
13.12.4.1.Energy Storage Capacity in Chile, 2017-2030
13.4.2. Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By
13.12.4.2.Energy Storage Capacity in South Africa, 2017-2030
Capacity)
13.12.4.3.Energy Storage Capacity in Morocco, 2017-2030
13.5. Global Compressed Air Energy Storage Market 13.12.4.4.Energy Storage Capacity in Other Countries, 2017-2030
13.5.1. Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Value)
13.5.2. Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Capacity) 14. INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPTS
14.1. Chapter Overview
13.6. Global Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Market 14.2. Anoop Mathur, CTO and Founder, Terrafore Technologies
13.6.1. Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Value) 14.3. Camilo Lopez Tobar, Business Development Manager and Dr. Markus Ostermeier,
13.6.2. Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Capacity) Product Development Manager, Electrochaea
14.4. Eric Murray, President and CEO, Temporal Power
13.7. Global Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market 14.5. Itai Karelic, Vice President Business Development, EnStorage
13.7.1. Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Value) 14.6. John McLeod, Vice President Engineering and Suresh Singh, President and CEO
13.7.2. Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Capacity) ZincNyx Energy Solutions
14.7. Nicolas Velasco, Director Commercial, Albufera Energy Storage
13.8. Global Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market 14.8. Rainer Grumann, Vice President Sales, Heliocentris
13.8.1. Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Value) 14.9. Sonya Davidson, President and CEO, H2 Energy Now
13.8.2. Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Capacity) 14.10. Tom Stepien, CEO and Co-Founder, Primus Power

13.9. Global Flywheels Energy Storage Market


15. CONCLUSION
13.9.1. Flywheels Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Value)
15.1. Large Scale Energy Storage Holds Significant Promise in the Future of Energy
13.9.2. Flywheels Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Capacity)
Industry
13.10. Global Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market 15.2. Relatively Novel Technologies Such as Flywheels, Power-To-Gas and Ultracapacitors
13.10.1. Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Value) are Expected to Gain Recognition in the Long Term
13.10.2. Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, 2017-2030 (By Capacity) 15.3. Specifically, a Variety of Battery Storage Solutions Have Become Highly Popular;
Lithium-ion Batteries Have Been the Key Focus
13.11. Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market 15.4. Encouraging Initiatives by the Governments in Terms of Policy Making / Regulatory
13.11.1. Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market, 2017-2030 (By Value) Decisions are Likely to Drive the Market
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15.5. Start-ups, Backed by Venture Capital Investors, are Driving Technological Innovation
in The Market
15.6. Once the Cost Barriers are Broken, Healthy Growth is Likely to Occur in the Long Term

16. APPENDIX 1: TABULATED DATA

17. APPENDIX 2: LIST OF COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS

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Figure 3.1 Global Primary Energy Production, 2000-2015 (Mtoe)
Figure 3.2 Global Electricity Production vs Consumption, 2001-2015 (Percentage Growth)
Figure 3.3 Sources for Electricity Production: Percentage Contribution (2014)
Figure 3.4 Electricity Production from Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Resources: Percentage Contribution, 2000-2015
Figure 3.5 Global CO2 Emissions, 2000-2014 (GtCO2)
Figure 3.6 Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Distribution by Economic Sectors, 2014 (GtCO2eq)
Figure 3.7 Rising Global Temperature (World Map Representation), 1885-94 and 2005-14 Scenarios
Figure 3.8 Impact of Urbanization on Energy Demands
Figure 4.1 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Distribution by Type of Storage
Figure 4.2 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Distribution by Rated Power
Figure 4.3 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Distribution by Duration / Discharge Time
Figure 4.4 Grid Scale Energy Storage Companies: Distribution by Year of Establishment (Cumulative Number)
Figure 4.5 Grid Scale Energy Storage Companies: Distribution by Size
Figure 4.6 Grid Scale Energy Storage Companies: Distribution by Location of Headquarters
Figure 5.1 Energy Storage Market: Key Drivers and Restraints
Figure 6.1 Dresser-Rand: Revenues, USD Million (2009-2013)
Figure 8.1 Axion Power: Revenues, USD Million (2012-2016)
Figure 8.2 Exide: Revenues, USD Million (2012-2016)
Figure 11.1 Pumped Hydro Storage Plants: Distribution by Commissioning Year
Figure 12.1 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Year, 2000-2017
Figure 12.2 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Amount Invested Per Year (USD Million), 2000-2017
Figure 12.3 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Type of Funding, 2000-2017
Figure 12.4 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Type of Funding and Amount Invested (USD Million), 2000-2017
Figure 12.5 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Type of Technology and Amount Invested (USD Million), 2000-2017
Figure 12.6 Leading Grid Scale Energy Storage Technology Providers: Evaluation by Number of Funding Instances
Figure 13.1 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.2 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.3 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.4 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.5 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.6 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.7 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.8 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.9 Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.10 Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.12 Compressed Air Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.12 Compressed Air Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.13 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.14 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.15 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.16 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.17 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.18 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.19 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.20 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.21 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.22 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.23 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.24 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.25 Flywheels Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
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Figure 13.27 Flywheels Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.28 Flywheels Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.29 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.30 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.31 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.32 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.33 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.34 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Figure 13.35 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.36 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Capacity, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.37 Energy Storage Capacity in North America, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.38 Energy Storage Capacity in North America, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.39 Energy Storage Capacity in the US, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.40 Energy Storage Capacity in the US, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.41 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of North America, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.42 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of North America, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.43 Energy Storage Capacity in Europe, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.44 Energy Storage Capacity in Europe, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.45 Energy Storage Capacity in Spain, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.46 Energy Storage Capacity in Spain, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.47 Energy Storage Capacity in Germany, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.48 Energy Storage Capacity in Germany, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.49 Energy Storage Capacity in Italy, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.50 Energy Storage Capacity in Italy, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.51 Energy Storage Capacity in the UK, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.52 Energy Storage Capacity in the UK, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.53 Energy Storage Capacity in France, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.54 Energy Storage Capacity in France, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.55 Energy Storage Capacity in Ireland, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.56 Energy Storage Capacity in Ireland, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.57 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Europe, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.58 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Europe, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.59 Energy Storage Capacity in Asia, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.60 Energy Storage Capacity in Asia, Long Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.61 Energy Storage Capacity in South Korea, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.62 Energy Storage Capacity in South Korea, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.63 Energy Storage Capacity in Japan, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.64 Energy Storage Capacity in Japan, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.65 Energy Storage Capacity in India, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.66 Energy Storage Capacity in India, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.67 Energy Storage Capacity in China, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.68 Energy Storage Capacity in China, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.69 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Asia, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.70 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Asia, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (MW)
Figure 13.71 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of World, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.72 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of World, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.73 Energy Storage Capacity in Chile, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.74 Energy Storage Capacity in Chile, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.75 Energy Storage Capacity in South Africa, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.76 Energy Storage Capacity in South Africa, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.77 Energy Storage Capacity in Morocco, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW) 2016 © Roots Analysis

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Figure 13.78 Energy Storage Capacity in Morocco, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.79 Energy Storage Capacity in Other Countries, Short-Midterm (2017-2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 13.80 Energy Storage Capacity in Other Countries, Long-Term (2023-2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Figure 15.1 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Comparative Evolution Scenarios, 2017, 2023 and 2030 (GW and USD Billion)

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Table 3.1 Energy Storage Technologies: Primary Applications
Table 4.1 Grid Scale Energy Storage: List of Technologies,
Table 4.2 Energy Storage: List of Additional Companies
Table 5.1 Renewable Power Capacity Additions: 2014 and 2015 Scenarios
Table 5.2 Energy Storage Capital Costs: US DOE Targets
Table 6.1 Dresser-Rand: Executive Team
Table 6.2 LightSail Energy: Executive Team
Table 6.3 LightSail Energy: Funding Instances
Table 6.4 Amber Kinetics: Executive Team
Table 6.5 Amber Kinetics: Funding Instances
Table 6.6 Temporal Power: Executive Team
Table 6.7 Temporal Power: Funding Instances
Table 7.1 Electrochaea: Executive Team
Table 7.2 Electrochaea: Funding Instances
Table 7.3 ITM Power: Executive Team
Table 7.4 ITM Power: Funding Instances
Table 8.1 A123 Systems: Executive Team
Table 8.2 A123 Systems: Funding Instances
Table 8.3 Boston-Power: Executive Team
Table 8.4 Boston-Power: Funding Instances
Table 8.5 EnStorage: Executive Team
Table 8.6 EnStorage: Funding Instances
Table 8.8 Primus Power: Executive Team
Table 8.9 Primus Power: Funding Instances
Table 8.10 Axion Power: Executive Team
Table 8.11 Exide: Executive Team
Table 9.1 Highview Power Storage: Executive Team
Table 9.2 Highview Power Storage: Funding Instances
Table 9.3 Novatec Solar: Executive Team
Table 9.4 Novatec Solar: Funding Instances
Table 10.1 ARES: Executive Team
Table 10.2 Sylfen: Executive Team
Table 11.1 List of Pumped Hydro Energy Storage Plants
Table 11.2 Pumped Hydro Storage Plants: Distribution by Location
Table 11.3 Pumped Hydro Storage Plants: Upcoming Projects
Table 12.1 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: List of Funding Instances and Investors Involved
Table 12.2 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Types of Funding Instances
Table 13.1 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Estimated Installed Capacities, Global Data (2016, 2022)
Table 13.2 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Levelized Cost of Storage (2016, 2030)
Table 13.3 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Duration / Discharge Time (2016, 2030)
Table 13.4 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Estimated Installed Capacities, Regional Data (2016, 2022)
Table 16.1 Global Primary Energy Production, 2000-2015 (Mtoe)
Table 16.2 Global Electricity Production vs Consumption, 2001-2015
Table 16.3 Electricity Production from Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Resources: Percentage Contribution, 2000-2015
Table 16.4 Global CO2 Emissions, 2000-2014 (GtCO2)
Table 16.5 Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Distribution by Economic Sectors, 2014
Table 16.6 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Distribution by Type of Energy
Table 16.7 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Distribution by Rated Power
Table 16.8 Grid Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Distribution by Duration / Discharge Time
Table 16.9 Grid Scale Energy Storage Companies: Cumulative Number Distribution by Year of Establishment
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Table 16.11 Grid Scale Energy Storage Companies: Distribution by Location of Headquarters
Table 16.12 Dresser-Rand: Revenues, USD Million (2009-2013)
Table 16.13 Axion: Revenues, USD Million (2012-2016)
Table 16.14 Exide: Revenues, USD Million (2012-2016)
Table 16.15 Pumped Hydro Storage Plants: Distribution by Commissioning Year
Table 16.16 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Year, 2000-2017
Table 16.17 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Amount
Table 16.18 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Type of Funding, 2000-2017
Table 16.19 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Type of Funding and Amount Invested (USD Million)
Table 16.20 Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Distribution of Funding Instances by Type of Technology and Amount Invested, 2000-2017 (USD Million)
Table 16.21 Leading Grid Scale Energy Storage Technology Providers: Evaluation by Number of Funding Instances
Table 16.22 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.23 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.24 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.25 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.26 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.27 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.28 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.29 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.30 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.31 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.32 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.33 Overall Grid Scale Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.34 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.35 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.36 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.37 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.38 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.39 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.40 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.41 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.42 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.43 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.44 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.45 Concentrated Solar Power / Molten Salt Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.46 Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.47 Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.48 Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.49 Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.50 Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.51 Compressed Air Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.52 Compressed Air Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.53 Compressed Air Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.54 Compressed Air Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.55 Compressed Air Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.56 Compressed Air Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.57 Compressed Air Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.58 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.59 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.60 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
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Table 16.62 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.63 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.64 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.65 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.66 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.67 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.68 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.69 Lithium-ion Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.70 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.71 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.72 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.73 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.74 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.75 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.76 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.77 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.78 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.79 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.80 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.81 Lead Acid Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.82 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.83 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.84 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.85 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.86 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.87 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.88 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.89 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.90 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.91 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.92 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.93 Flow Batteries Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.94 Flywheels Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.95 Flywheels Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.96 Flywheels Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.97 Flywheels Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.98 Flywheels Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.99 Flywheels Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.100 Flywheels Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.101 Flywheels Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.102 Flywheels Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.103 Flywheels Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.104 Flywheels Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.105 Flywheels Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.106 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.107 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.108 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.109 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.110 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.111 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.112 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW) 2016 © Roots Analysis

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Table 16.113 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.114 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.115 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.116 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.117 Power-to-Gas Energy Storage Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.118 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.119 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.120 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.121 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.122 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.123 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Market, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (USD Billion)
Table 16.124 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.125 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.126 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Capacity, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.127 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Capacity, Long-Term (2023 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.128 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.129 Other Upcoming Energy Storage Technologies Capacity, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.130 Energy Storage Capacity in North America, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.131 Energy Storage Capacity in North America, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.132 Energy Storage Capacity in North America, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.133 Energy Storage Capacity in North America, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.134 Energy Storage Capacity in North America, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.135 Energy Storage Capacity in North America, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.136 Energy Storage Capacity in the US, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.137 Energy Storage Capacity in the US, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.138 Energy Storage Capacity in the US, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.139 Energy Storage Capacity in the US, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.140 Energy Storage Capacity in the US, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.141 Energy Storage Capacity in the US, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.142 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of North America, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.143 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of North America, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.144 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of North America, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.145 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of North America, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.146 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of North America, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.147 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of North America, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.148 Energy Storage Capacity in Europe, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.149 Energy Storage Capacity in Europe, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.150 Energy Storage Capacity in Europe, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.151 Energy Storage Capacity in Europe, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.152 Energy Storage Capacity in Europe, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.153 Energy Storage Capacity in Europe, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.154 Energy Storage Capacity in Spain, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.155 Energy Storage Capacity in Spain, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.156 Energy Storage Capacity in Spain, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.157 Energy Storage Capacity in Spain, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.158 Energy Storage Capacity in Spain, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.159 Energy Storage Capacity in Spain, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.160 Energy Storage Capacity in Germany, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.161 Energy Storage Capacity in Germany, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.162 Energy Storage Capacity in Germany, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.163 Energy Storage Capacity in Germany, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW) 2016 © Roots Analysis

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Table 16.164 Energy Storage Capacity in Germany, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.165 Energy Storage Capacity in Germany, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.166 Energy Storage Capacity in the UK, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.167 Energy Storage Capacity in the UK, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.168 Energy Storage Capacity in the UK, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.169 Energy Storage Capacity in the UK, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.170 Energy Storage Capacity in the UK, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.171 Energy Storage Capacity in the UK, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.172 Energy Storage Capacity in France, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.173 Energy Storage Capacity in France, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.174 Energy Storage Capacity in France, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.175 Energy Storage Capacity in France, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.176 Energy Storage Capacity in France, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.177 Energy Storage Capacity in France, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.178 Energy Storage Capacity in Italy, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.179 Energy Storage Capacity in Italy, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.180 Energy Storage Capacity in Italy, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.181 Energy Storage Capacity in Italy, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.182 Energy Storage Capacity in Italy, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.183 Energy Storage Capacity in Italy, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.184 Energy Storage Capacity in Ireland, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.185 Energy Storage Capacity in Ireland, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.186 Energy Storage Capacity in Ireland, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.187 Energy Storage Capacity in Ireland, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.188 Energy Storage Capacity in Ireland, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.189 Energy Storage Capacity in Ireland, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.190 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Europe, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.191 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Europe, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.192 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Europe, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.193 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Europe, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.194 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Europe, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.195 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Europe, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.196 Energy Storage Capacity in Asia, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.197 Energy Storage Capacity in Asia, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.198 Energy Storage Capacity in Asia, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.199 Energy Storage Capacity in Asia, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.200 Energy Storage Capacity in Asia, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.201 Energy Storage Capacity in Asia, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.202 Energy Storage Capacity in South Korea, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.203 Energy Storage Capacity in South Korea, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.204 Energy Storage Capacity in South Korea, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.205 Energy Storage Capacity in South Korea, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.206 Energy Storage Capacity in South Korea, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.207 Energy Storage Capacity in South Korea, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.208 Energy Storage Capacity in Japan, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.209 Energy Storage Capacity in Japan, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.210 Energy Storage Capacity in Japan, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.211 Energy Storage Capacity in Japan, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.212 Energy Storage Capacity in Japan, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.213 Energy Storage Capacity in Japan, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.214 Energy Storage Capacity in India, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW) 2016 © Roots Analysis

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Table 16.215 Energy Storage Capacity in India, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.216 Energy Storage Capacity in India, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.217 Energy Storage Capacity in India, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.218 Energy Storage Capacity in India, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.219 Energy Storage Capacity in India, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.220 Energy Storage Capacity in China, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.221 Energy Storage Capacity in China, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.222 Energy Storage Capacity in China, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.223 Energy Storage Capacity in China, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.224 Energy Storage Capacity in China, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.225 Energy Storage Capacity in China, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.226 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Asia, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.227 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Asia, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.228 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Asia, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.229 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Asia, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.230 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Asia, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.231 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of Asia, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.232 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of World, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.233 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of World, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.234 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of World, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.235 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of World, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.236 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of World, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.237 Energy Storage Capacity in Rest of World, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.238 Energy Storage Capacity in Chile, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.239 Energy Storage Capacity in Chile, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.240 Energy Storage Capacity in Chile, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.241 Energy Storage Capacity in Chile, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.242 Energy Storage Capacity in Chile, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.243 Energy Storage Capacity in Chile, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.244 Energy Storage Capacity in Morocco, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.245 Energy Storage Capacity in Morocco, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.246 Energy Storage Capacity in Morocco, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.247 Energy Storage Capacity in Morocco, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.248 Energy Storage Capacity in Morocco, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.249 Energy Storage Capacity in Morocco, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.250 Energy Storage Capacity in South Africa, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.251 Energy Storage Capacity in South Africa, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.252 Energy Storage Capacity in South Africa, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.253 Energy Storage Capacity in South Africa, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.254 Energy Storage Capacity in South Africa, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.255 Energy Storage Capacity in South Africa, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.256 Energy Storage Capacity in Remaining Rest of World, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.257 Energy Storage Capacity in Remaining Rest of World, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.258 Energy Storage Capacity in Remaining Rest of World, Short-Midterm (2017 – 2023): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.259 Energy Storage Capacity in Remaining Rest of World, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Base Scenario (GW)
Table 16.260 Energy Storage Capacity in Remaining Rest of World, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Conservative Scenario (GW)
Table 16.261 Energy Storage Capacity in Remaining Rest of World, Long-Term (2023 – 2030): Optimistic Scenario (GW)
Table 16.262Grid Scale Energy Storage Market: Comparative Evolution Scenarios, 2017, 2023 and 2030 (GW and USD Billion)

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List of Companies and Organizations (1/5)
1. 3M Company 52. Beckett Energy Systems
2. A123 Systems 53. BeVault
3. Aabar Investments 54. Black River
4. ABB 55. BlueRun Ventures
5. Abengoa Solar 56. BMO Capital Markets and Scotiabank
6. ACCIONA Energy 57. BNP Paribas
7. Acta 58. The BOC Group
8. Active Power 59. Bosch Energy Storage Solutions
9. Advanced Emission Solutions (ADES) 60. Boston-Power
10. Advanced Technology Ventures (ATV) 61. BP Alternative Energy
11. Aegis Capital 62. BP Technology Ventures
12. AES Energy Storage 63. BP Ventures
13. African Development Bank 64. Bright Capital
14. Air Liquide 65. Bright Energy Storage
15. Airlight Energy 66. BrightSource Energy
16. Alacaes 67. Brock Capital Group
17. Alberta Innovates Energy and Environment Solutions (AI-EES) 68. BYD
18. Albufera Energy Storage 69. Caja Madrid
19. Alevo 70. CalBatt
20. Alliance Bernstein 71. Caliza Holding
21. Alliance Capital Management 72. Calmac
22. Almi Invest 73. CalSTRS
23. Alstom 74. Calyon
24. Altenergy 75. Canaan Partners
25. Altair Nanotechnologies 76. Capital One
26. Amber Kinetics 77. Capricorn Investment Group
27. American BIRD Foundation 78. CapX Partners
28. American Electric Power 79. Carlyle Group
29. American Hydro Corporation 80. Carruth Management
30. Amperex Technology 81. CentrePoint Ventures
31. ANDRITZ HYDRO 82. Chevron Technology Ventures
32. Angeleno Group 83. China Aviation Lithium Battery
33. Anglo American Platinum 84. China Southern Power Grid (CSG)
34. Aquion Energy 85. Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital
35. ArcTern Ventures 86. CIBC
36. Arenko Cleantech 87. CIT Financial
37. ARES 88. Citi Alternative Investments
38. Areva 89. CKD
39. Argonne National Laboratory 90. Climate Change and Water
40. Ashlawn Energy 91. CMEA Ventures
41. Asia Climate Partners 92. CODA Energy
42. Aspire Capital Fund 93. Compass Venture Partners
43. AusIndustry 94. Conoco Phillips
44. Australian Federal Government Advanced Electricity Storage Technologies 95. Constellation Technology Ventures
45. Autodesk 96. Credit Suisse's Customized Fund Investment Group
46. Axion Power 97. Cumulus Energy Storage
47. Banesto 98. DaimlerChrysler Venture
48. Bankinvest Group 99. Danfoss
49. BattCo Energy Storage Systems 100. Danish Maritime Fund
50. BBC 101. Davidson Investments
51. Beacon Power 102. DBL Partners 2016 © Roots Analysis

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List of Companies and Organizations (2/5)
103. Detroit Edison 154. Focus First
104. Deutshe Bank 155. Foundation Asset Management
105. Development Bank of South Africa 156. Foundation Capital
106. Dexia Sabadell 157. FRENELL
107. DFJ Ventures 158. Furukawa Electric
108. DNS Capital 159. Gabriel Venture Partners
109. Dominion Generation 160. GAIA Akkumulatorenwerke
110. Dongfang Electrical Machinery 161. GCL-Poly Energy Holdings
111. Doosan 162. General Compression
112. Dresser-Rand 163. General Electric (GE)
113. Dynapower 164. Generate Capital
114. E.ON 165. Gentry Venture Partners
115. Eagle Picher 166. German Federal Ministry for Environment
116. EATON 167. Gildemeister Energy Solutions
117. EC Power 168. Goldman Sachs
118. Ecoult 169. Good Energies
119. Electrochaea 170. Google
120. Electrovaya 171. Granite Global Venture
121. Element 8 172. Graphite Energy
122. Element Partners 173. Green Charge
123. Emerging Power 174. Greener Capital
124. Enbridge Emerging Technology 175. Greensmith Energy
125. Encell 176. Greylock Partners
126. Enel 177. Gridflex Energy
127. EnerDel 178. GRP Partners
128. Energinet.dk 179. Grupo ECOS
129. Energy Capital Partners 180. GS Yuasa
130. Energy Made Clean 181. GSR Ventures
131. Energy Renaissance 182. GXP Investments
132. Energy Storage and Power Corporation 183. H2
133. Energy Storage 184. H2 Energy Now
134. Energy Storage Systems 185. Harbin Electric Machinery
135. Energy Technologies Institute 186. Hawaiian Electric and Energy Excelerator
136. EnergyNest 187. Heatric
137. EnerSys 188. Hercules Capital
138. EnerVault 189. Highview Power Storage
139. EnStorage 190. Hitachi
140. EnSync Energy Systems 191. HOPPECKE
141. Eos Energy Storage 192. Horizon
142. Escher-Wyss 193. Hydroenergo
143. Espirito Santo Ventures 194. Hydrogen Technologies
144. EV Grid 195. Hydrogenics
145. Exelon 196. Hydrostor
146. Exide 197. I2BF Global Ventures
147. FA Technology Ventures 198. Iberdrola
148. FIAMM 199. IDEAS Managed Fund
149. First Solar 200. Imperial Innovations
150. Fisher Brothers 201. Indiana Advanced Energy Technologies Program (AETP)
151. Fjord Capital Partners 202. Industrial Development Corporation
152. Flexible Capital Fund 203. ING
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List of Companies and Organizations (3/5)
205. Innovate UK 256. Natixis
206. International Finance Corporation 257. Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety
207. Interros 258. Nazarian Enterprises
208. Intikon Energy 259. NEC Energy Solutions
209. Invesco Perpetual 260. Nedbank
210. Ioxus 261. Nesscap
211. Isentropic 262. Nevada Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
212. ITM Power 263. New Enterprise Associates
213. JLM Energy 264. New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
214. JP Morgan 265. Nexeon
215. K Road DG 266. Neyrpic
216. KEMA-DNV 267. NGK Insulators
217. Kensani Capital Investments 268. NH3 Canada
218. Keuka Energy 269. Nidec
219. KfW 270. Nidus Partners
220. Khosla Ventures 271. Nilar
221. KiWi Power 272. Nordeutsche Landesbank
222. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers 273. Norilsk Nickel
223. Kokam 274. North Bridge Venture Partners
224. Kværner 275. Northern Reliability
225. Ladenburg Thalmann 276. Northwater Intellectual Property Fund
226. Ladesbank 277. Norwegian Research Council
227. Laurentian Bank of Canada 278. Novatec Solar
228. Leclanché 279. Novus
229. LG Chem 280. NRG Energy
230. Liberty Interactive Corporation 281. NSW Department of Environment
231. LightSail Energy 282. Oak Investment Partners
232. Linde Group 283. Oceanshore Ventures
233. Lithiumstart 284. OCI
234. Lockheed Martin 285. OnPoint
235. Loudwater Investment Partners 286. Ontario Ministry of Energy
236. Magellan Power 287. ORIX Corporation
237. Magnum Energy 288. Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
238. MaRS Catalyst Fund 289. Oxis Energy
239. Masood Energy 290. Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
240. Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) 291. Panasonic
241. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) 292. Pangaea Ventures
242. Maxwell Technologies 293. Pathion
243. MDB Capital Group 294. PCG Clean Energy & Technology Fund
244. Meineng Energy 295. Pellion Technologies
245. Melco 296. Plug Power
246. Metalcraft 297. Portland Seed Fund
247. Microsoft 298. Powerthru
248. Mithril Capital Management 299. Power-to-Gas Hungary
249. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) 300. Powin Energy
250. Mitsui Global Investment 301. Primus Power
251. Mizuho Corporate Bank 302. Procter & Gamble
252. Morgan Stanley 303. Pro-Power
253. Motorola Solutions 304. QINOUS
254. Munich Venture Partners 305. Qualcomm
255. National Bank of Abu Dhabi 306. Quantum Energy Storage 2016 © Roots Analysis

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List of Companies and Organizations (4/5)
307. Rand Merchant Bank 358. Swedish Energy Agency
308. Raymond James 359. Sycamore Ventures
309. RBS Business Capital 360. Sylfen
310. Redflow Energy Storage Solutions 361. Tao Invest
311. RedT Energy Storage 362. TDK Corporation
312. RES Group 363. Technical University of Munich (TUM)
313. Rocky Mountain Power 364. Tekes
314. Rodman & Renshaw 365. TEL Venture Capital
315. Rongke Power 366. Temporal Power
316. RWE Supply & Trading 367. Teraloop
317. S&C Electric Company 368. Terrafore Technologies
318. S4 Energy 369. Tesla Motors
319. Saft 370. The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
320. Sail Ventures 371. The European Investment Bank (EIB)
321. Samsung 372. The P.E.A.C.E. Foundation
322. Samsung SDI 373. The Public Investment Corporation (PIC)
323. Sand Hill Angels 374. TIAA-CREF
324. Sandia National Laboratories 375. TIP Capital
325. Santander 376. Torresol Energy
326. Sasol New Energy 377. Toshiba
327. Schneider Electric 378. Total Energy Ventures
328. Scotia 379. Total SA
329. Second Avenue Partners 380. Trinity Capital Investment
330. Seeo 381. TriplePoint Capital
331. Sequoia Capital 382. UBI Banca
332. Shell Technology Ventures 383. Ultralife Corporation
333. Siemens 384. UniEnergy Technologies
334. Sigma Energy Storage 385. Union National Bank
335. Silicon Valley Bank 386. United States Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC)
336. Sirius Venture Partners 387. United States Department of Defense
337. Skoda 388. Upfront Ventures
338. Smart Future Lab 389. Urban Electric Power
339. Société Générale 390. US Department of Energy (US DOE)
340. Solar Age Investments 391. US Invest
341. SolarReserve 392. US Renewables Group
342. Solutronic 393. VA TECH
343. Sony Energy 394. Valor Equity Partners
344. Stag Energy 395. VantagePoint Capital Partners
345. Starwood Energy Group Global 396. Vargas
346. Statoil Energy Ventures 397. Venrock Associates
347. Stephens 398. Vermont Seed Capital Fund
348. STORNETIC 399. Vionx Energy
349. Sumitomo Electric 400. ViZn Energy Systems
350. Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation 401. Voith
351. Sun Xtender 402. VRB Power Systems
352. Sunrise CSP 403. Warburg-Pincus
353. Superconductor Technologies 404. WattsUp Power
354. SuperPower 405. Wellington Partners
355. SUSI Partners 406. Wells Fargo Bank
356. Sustainable Development Investments (SDI) 407. WestLB
357. SustainX 408. Wexford Capital 2016 © Roots Analysis

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409. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
410. Woodford Investment Management
411. Wuhu Fuhai-Haoyan Venture Investment
412. XALT Energy
413. XG Sciences
414. Younicos
415. Yung's Enterprise
416. ZAF Energy Systems
417. ZincNyx Energy Solutions

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