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Global Lithium-Ion Capacitors and Battery Supercapacitor Hybrid Storage Markets 2024-2044: $10 Billion Industry Roadmap, Deep Technology Analysis, Manufacturer Appraisal, Next Successes –


The report finds that lithium-ion capacitors LIC and other battery supercapacitor hybrid BSH energy storage will now become mainstream, headed to being a $10 billion business.

The study presents a rigorous deep-technology assessment, highlighting the pivoting of energy storage solutions beyond traditional battery systems and towards larger, more robust LICs. The emerging utility of these energy storage technologies spans a vast array of applications, including power stations, electric transportation, and advanced military systems, underscoring the diverse potential and evolutionary trajectory of these hybrid storage solutions.

Competitive Analysis and Forecasting

Forecasts within the report provide a comprehensive set of data, including segmented analysis by type, region, power level, and application for the period from 2024 to 2044. The strategic inclusion of a market and technology milestone roadmap, complemented by informative infographics, presents a rich and coherent visualization of the expected patterns of adoption and development over the coming decades.

The Outlook for Hybrid Energy Storage Solutions

The profound impact of LICs and other BSHs on markets and societies is underscored by meticulous research and analysis of recent developments in the field. Enhancements in longevity, power handling, and safety are pinpointed as critical drivers behind the anticipated market expansion. In particular, the reduced flammability and diminished need for complex battery management systems signifies a significant leap forward compared to existing supercapacitor and battery technologies.

In-Depth Industry Analysis

Extensive chapters within the report dissect the various aspects and intricacies of BSH technologies, detailing the emerging materials, design innovations, and competitive positioning of these energy storage solutions. The diligent appraisal of current and ongoing research, including that of 2023 and 2024, furnishes a forward-looking perspective on potential advancements and applications.

Emerging Applications and Market Potentials

The report further delves into specific market sectors poised for integration of BSH technologies, forecasting the most lucrative opportunities and applications across multiple industry verticals. From energy storage in the power sector to advanced applications in the automotive, aerospace, and military domains, each segment is explored with precision, highlighting the convergence of market demand and technology readiness.

Comprehensive Comparative Analysis

Taking a structured approach, the report compares a spectrum of companies within the industry, providing a broad yet detailed panorama of the competitive environment. This analysis is crucial for stakeholders to gauge not only their current market position but also to anticipate potential shifts and trends within the evolving BSH landscape.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive summary and conclusions

1.1 Purpose of this report

1.2 Methodology of this analysis

1.3 Definitions

1.4 Energy storage toolkit

1.4.1 The basic options

1.4.2 BSH have some of superlatives of a supercapacitor combined with those of a battery

1.4.3 BSH and in particular LIC create some valuable tipping points

1.4.4 The many advantages of lithium-ion capacitors LIC and the energy density choices

1.4.5 How strategies for improving supercapacitors will benefit BSH including LIC

1.4.6 Prioritisation of active electrode-electrolyte pairings

1.5 12 Primary conclusions: BSH markets including LIC

1.6 Infogram: the most impactful market needs

1.7 Infogram: relative commercial significance of BSH and pseudocapacitors 2024-2044

1.8 Some market propositions and uses of EDLC and BSH including LIC 2024-2044

1.9 Technology uses by applicational sector for EDLC vs BSH – examples

1.10 Analysis of supply and potential of LIC and EDLC for large devices

1.11 18 primary conclusions: technologies and manufacturers

1.12 Infogram: the energy density-power density, life, size and weight compromise

1.13 How strategies to require less storage make BSH more adoptable

1.14 How research needs redirecting: 5 columns, 7 lines

1.15 BSH and EDLC research activity by country and technology 2024

1.16 SWOT appraisals and roadmap 2024-2044

1.17 Roadmap of market-moving BSH events – technologies, industry and markets 2024-2044

1.18 Battery supercapacitor hybrids: forecasts by 22 lines 2024-2044

1.19 Background forecasts in 22 lines 2024-2044

2. Battery supercapacitor hybrids BSH: introduction to need, toolkit and manufacture

2.1 Energy storage toolkit

2.2 Energy storage market

2.3 Introduction to technology optimisation and technology competition issues

2.4 34 parameters for LIC, Li-ion battery and supercapacitor compared

2.5 LIC formats compared with adjacent technologies

2.6 Further reading

3. Future lithium-ion capacitor design and competitive position

3.1 Overview

3.2 Design issues

3.3 Analysis of research pipeline

3.4 Further reading

4. Other metal-ion capacitors design and progress: Lead-ion, nickel-ion, potassium-ion, sodium-ion, zinc-ion capacitors

4.1 Overview

4.2 Lead ion capacitors: history, rationale, research pipeline

4.3 Nickel-ion capacitors: history, rationale, research pipeline

4.4 Potassium-ion capacitors: rationale, research pipeline

4.5 Sodium-ion capacitors: rationale, research pipeline

4.6 Zinc-ion capacitors: rationale, research pipeline

5. Other emerging chemistries for battery-supercapacitor hybrid storage

5.1 Overview

5.2 Rationale

5.3 Research pipeline

6. Emerging materials employed with 2024, 2023 research pipeline analysis

6.1 Overview

6.2 Factors influencing key supercapacitor parameters driving sales

6.3 Materials choices in general

6.4 Strategies for improving supercapacitors

6.5 Significance of graphene in supercapacitors and variants

6.6 Other 2D and allied materials for supercapacitors with examples of research

6.7 Research on supercapacitor electrode materials and structures in 2024

6.8 Research on supercapacitor electrode materials and structures in 2023

6.9 Important examples from earlier

6.10 Electrolytes for supercapacitors and variants

6.11 Membrane difficulty levels and materials used and proposed

6.12 Reducing self-discharge: great need, little research

7. Emerging BSH markets: basic trends and best prospects compared between energy, vehicles, aerospace, military, electronics, other

7.1 Implications for the market 2024-2044

7.2 Overview

7.3 Relative commercial significance of supercapacitor variants 2024-2044

7.4 Market propositions of the most-promising supercapacitor families 2024-2044

7.5 Mismatch between market potential and sizes made

7.6 Analysis of supply and potential for large devices

8. Energy sector emerging BSH markets

8.1 Overview: poor, modest and strong prospects 2024-2044

8.2 Thermonuclear power

8.3 Less-intermittent grid electricity generation: wave, tidal stream, elevated wind

8.4 Beyond-grid supercapacitors: large emerging opportunity

8.5 Hydro power

9. Emerging land vehicle and marine applications: automotive, bus, truck train, off-road construction, agriculture, mining, forestry, material handling, boats, ships

9.1 Overview of supercapacitor use in land transport

9.2 On-road applications face decline but off-road vibrant

9.3 How the value market for supercapacitors and their variants in land vehicles will move from largely on-road to largely off-road

9.4 Emerging vehicle and allied designs with large supercapacitors

9.5 Tram and trolleybus regeneration and coping with gaps in catenary

9.6 Material handling (intralogistics) supercapacitors

9.7 Mining and quarrying uses for large supercapacitors

9.8 Research relevant to large supercapacitors in vehicles

9.9 Large supercapacitors for trains and their trackside regeneration

9.10 Marine use of large supercapacitors and the research pipeline

10. Emerging applications in 6G Communications, electronics and small electrics

10.1 Overview

10.2 Substantial growing applications for small BSH and supercapacitors

10.3 BSH and supercapacitors in wearables, smart watches, smartphones, laptops and similar devices

10.4 6G Communications: new BSH market from 2030

10.5 Asset tracking growth market

10.6 Battery support and back-up power supercapacitors

10.7 Hand-held terminals BSH and supercapacitors

10.8 Internet of Things nodes, wireless sensors and their energy harvesting modes with BSH and supercapacitors

10.9 Peak power for data transmission, locks, solenoid activation, e-ink update, LED flash

10.10 Smart meters

10.11 Spot welding

11. Emerging military and aerospace applications

11.1 Overview

11.2 Military applications: electrodynamic and electromagnetic weapons now a strong focus

11.3 Military applications: unmanned aircraft, communication equipment, radar, plane, ship, tank, satellite, guided missile, munition ignition, electromagnetic armour

11.4 Aerospace: satellites, More Electric Aircraft MEA and other growth opportunities

12. 116 BSH (including LIC), supercapacitor, pseudocapacitor, CSH companies assessed in 10 columns and 112 pages

12.1 Analysis of metrics from the comparison of 116 companies

12.2 116 BSH (including LIC), supercapacitor and pseudocapacitor manufacturers assessed in 10 columns across 108 pages

Companies Mentioned

  • Ada Technologies
  • AEP
  • ALE
  • Allegro Energy
  • Allotrope Energy
  • Apowercap
  • Astrolwx
  • Aura Aerospace
  • AVX
  • Axion Power
  • Beijing HCC
  • Blue Solutions
  • C2C Newcap
  • Cap-XX
  • Capacitech
  • Chaioyang Liyuang New Energy
  • Cooper Bussmann
  • Cornell Dubilier
  • CRE Technologies
  • CRRC
  • Dongguan AJC Industrial
  • Dongguan Gonghe Electronics
  • Dongguan Xuanx
  • Dongxu Optoelectronics
  • Earthdas
  • East Penn Manufacturing
  • ELBIT Systems
  • Elecond
  • Elna
  • Energoplus Tech
  • Evans Capacitor (QuanticEvans)
  • Fastcap
  • First Light
  • Gnanomat
  • Godi
  • Harbin Jurong New Power
  • Helion
  • Heter Electronics
  • Hongda Capacitors
  • Huawei
  • Illinois Capacitor
  • Inmatech
  • Ioxus
  • JEC Capacitor
  • Jianxda Technical Electronics
  • Jinzhou Kaimei Power
  • JM Energy
  • Kemet
  • Kilowatt Laboratories
  • KiteNRG
  • Korchip
  • Kurt
  • Kyocera
  • Lamborghini
  • Liaoning Brother Electronics
  • Licap Technologies
  • Ligna Energy
  • Littlefuse
  • LS Ultracapacitor
  • Maxwell Technologies (Ucap)
  • Nantong Jinghai
  • NAWA Technologies
  • Neousys Technology
  • Nichicon
  • Nippon Chemicon
  • NTTDoCoMo
  • Omni Power
  • Optixal
  • Ostrichoo
  • Panasonic
  • Paper Battery Company
  • Premio
  • RD Graphene
  • Rutronik
  • Samsung
  • Samwha
  • Seattle Electronics
  • Sech
  • Seiko Instruments
  • Shandong Goldencell NT
  • Shanghai Greentech
  • Shanghai Pluspark Electronics
  • Shenzhen Chenxinhong Electronics
  • Shenzhen Delong Energy
  • Shenzhen Forecon Super Capacitor
  • Shenzhen Jiashengtai Electronics
  • Shenzhen Jin Hong Yang Electronics
  • Shenzhen Topmay
  • Shenzhen Xuyangbo Electric
  • Skeleton Technologies
  • SPEL Surya Power Farad
  • Sumitomo Electric Meidensha
  • SupraG
  • Supreme Power Solutions
  • Sure
  • Surge Supercapacitors
  • Sustainable Energy Technologies
  • Swistor
  • Taiyo Yuden
  • Tavrima Canada
  • TDK
  • Tecate Group
  • TecoMaritime Group
  • Titan Power Solutions
  • Toomen New Energy
  • Total Group
  • Ucap Power
  • Vina Technologies
  • Vishay
  • WIMA
  • Windfall Power
  • Wuhan Shenglida Technology
  • Wurth
  • Yes Clean Energy
  • Yunasko
  • ZapGo
  • Zero Emissions Developments
  • Zoxcell (Jolta Technology)
  • ZTT

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