Next-Generation Batteries Market 2015

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Next-Generation Batteries Market

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Manufacturers and R&D Labs

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I   All-Solid-State Thin-Type Batteries

  • New, thin-type batteries have been developed to be fully marketed around 2016.
  1. Characteristics of All-Solid-State Thin Film Lithium-Ion Batteries
  2. Trends in Other All-Solid-State Thin Batteries
  1. All-solid-state thin film silicon secondary battery
  2. All-Solid-State chip type ceramics secondary battery
  3. Sheet secondary battery by quantum technology
  4. Innovative thin-type lithium-ion battery
  1. Market Overview and Future Outlook of All-Solid-State Thin-Type Batteries Market
  1. Thin LiB market has changed dramatically
  2. Trends of thin-type batteries applications
  • Trends in 10 Market Players

II   All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries

  • Some types can developed to be marketed from around 2015 and 2016
  1. Thin-Film Type and Bulk Type
  2. Characteristics of Solid Electrolyte by Type
  1. Sulfide based
  2. Oxide‐based
  3. Polymer
  1. Perspectives of Practical Use of All-Solid-State LiBs
  2. Forecast of Initial Market Development
  • Trends in 8 Market Players

III   Organic Secondary Batteries

  • Practical use of organic secondary batteries can be initially achieved by some venture companies, which may influence the LiB market
  1. Organic Active Materials can be Expected for Their Large Capacity
  2. Advantages and Future Challenges of Organic Active Materials
  3. Materials that can be focused for Organic Active Materials
  1. Conductive Polymer
  2. Radical Compounds (organic neutral radical)
  3. Donor Compound
  4. Compounds with accepting property
  1. Marketability Trends and Outlook of Organic Secondary Batteries
  • Labs and Companies

IV   Polyvalent Ion Batteries

  • A new-type, aluminum secondary battery has been designed, scheduled to be in practical use within the next several years.
  1. Secondary Battery that Use Polyvalent Metals for Cathode
  2. Cathode Polyvalent Metals can be Melted and Extracted
  3. Trends in Magnesium Secondary Battery Development
  4. Trends in Development of Other Polyvalent Ion Batteries
  • Calcium secondary battery
  • Aluminum secondary battery
  1. Outlook of Marketability of Polyvalent Ion Batteries
  1. Overall status
  2. Aluminum secondary battery and storage batteries for residences
  • 5 R&D Labs

V   Metal-Air Batteries

  • Development of secondary batteries has been accelerated, following the initially-developed primary batteries---some may be practially used within several years.
  1. Fuel Cells and Metal-Air Batteries
  2. Theoretical value of Lithium-Air Batteries have become protruded
  3. Metal-Air Prime Batteries and Becoming Secondary Batteries
  4. 4 Types of Lithium-Air Batteries (LAB)
  5. Current Status and Future Development of Metal-Air Batteries Market
  • 8 R&D Labs

VI   Redox Flow Cells

  • Redox Flow Cells based on Japanese companies are likely to form a market in 2015; the market size is likely to grow 15 times larger by 2020, with increasing number of market players.
  1. Current Status and Challenges of Redox Flow Cells
  2. Market Development of Redox Flow Cells
  • Market Players and Labs

VII   NAS (sodiumsulfur) Batteries/Sodium Ion Batteries

  • NAS Battery Business has entered new stage, while molten salt electrolyte batteries have become practically used
  1. Sodium ion is large and heavy
  2. Current status and challenges of NAS batteries
  3. Current status and challenges of Sodium ion batteries
  4. Other trends of sodium secondary batteries
  5. Future forecast on the market development
  • R&D Labs and a company

VIII   Lithium-Sulfur Batteries/Newly Principled Batteries

  • Development of various newly principled storage batteries with large potential respectively is in progress
  1. Types of Decondary Batteries with New Principles
  2. Development Status of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries
  3. Development Status of Secondary Newly Principled Batteries
  4. Future Perspectives of Li-S and Newly Principled Batteries
  • R&D Labs and Companies


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* Equivalent value in US$ (Today's rate : $1= 109.15 yen , 2020/04/07 Japan)