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The Future of Energy Storage

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The Future of Energy Storage

  1. 1. The Future of Energy Storage Surging Prominence of Both Bulk and Distributed Energy Storage Propels the Market Suba Arunkumar, Research Manager Malavika Tohani, Research Director Energy & Environment 9 June 2015 © 2015 Frost & Sullivan. All rights reserved. This document contains highly confidential information and is the sole property of Frost & Sullivan. No part of it may be circulated, quoted, copied or otherwise reproduced without the written approval of Frost & Sullivan.
  2. 2. 2 Today’s Presenters Suba Arunkumar, Research Manager, Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan Follow me on LinkedIn https://in.linkedin.com/pub/suba-arunkumar/10/bb9/54 Expertise: • Over 10 years experience in the batteries & energy storage sector. Have worked on consulting assignments with major global battery manufacturers. Specific expertise includes: • Technology Market Assessment • Batteries & Energy Storage Valuation • Geographic Expansion Malavika Tohani, Research Director Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan Follow me on LinkedIn https://uk.linkedin.com/in/mtohani Expertise: • With over 10 years experience in providing detailed market research and consulting advice on areas such as energy storage, power supplies, smart grid and distributed generation Specific expertise includes: • Technology Market Assessment • Market Due Diligence • Competitive Strategies • Mergers & Acquisitions Identifications
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  4. 4. 4 Agenda Energy Storage – Its DriversEnergy Storage – Its Drivers Key RegulationsKey Regulations Energy Storage TechnologiesEnergy Storage Technologies Future of Energy StorageFuture of Energy Storage Top 10 Attractive CountriesTop 10 Attractive Countries Business Model AnalysisBusiness Model Analysis
  5. 5. 5 Drivers for Energy Storage Energy Storage is the key factor in the Evolution of Power Generation and Grid Stability Policies & Regulations Supportive policies and regulations is the key ingredient for growth of energy storage Renewable Integration Increasing renewable energy generation and its seamless integration to grid drives storage Smart Grids leading to Smart Cities Smart grids and smart cities are impossible without successful storage Source: Frost & Sullivan Smart City Market to be Worth a Cumulative $1.565 Trillion by 2020 Installed capacity for wind & solar PV to rise from 370GW in 2012 to 1452GW in 2025
  6. 6. 6 Key Regulations U.S is pioneer in promoting energy storage through regulations, California is No.1 in storage capacity in the U.S, other states are following. UnitedStates • FERC 755 • FERC 1000 • FERC 784 • California AB2514 • CA PUC Mandate • California – STORAGE • Wyden Bill • Texas PUCT Docket 39917 • ERCOT Nodal Protocol Revision 461 • FRRS Pilot • New York : NYSERDA Europe • Germany - €25 million scheme for promoting self consumption of stored energy • German Development Bank subsidy for residential storage systems • Research Council UK (RCUK) funded projects to evaluate and promote grid scale storage AsiaPacific • Japan: $779 Million incentive program rolled out by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) • Korea: Smart grid deployment by 2020 that includes 2GW of energy storage through Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy • China Energy Storage Alliance (CNESA) have set energy storage targets for 2020 Source: Department of Energy; Frost & Sullivan
  7. 7. 7 Energy Storage Types & Applications End-usersGeneration Transmission Distribution Centralized Storage Renewables Integration T&D Network Storage Distributed Energy Storage Backup and Power Quality Residential & Commercial Storage Large centralized energy storage for ancillary services and energy management Large centralized/dec entralized energy storage for time-shifting renewable generation Energy storage at T&D network that support grid stability. Could be stationary or portable Energy storage at distribution network providing small scale energy generation and energy management Energy storage used for providing backup or high quality power for commercial and industrial consumers Small scale energy storage systems at residential and commercial node for backup, time- shifting and act as micro-generation site Pumped Hydro; Compressed Air CAES; Batteries Thermal storage, Batteries, Cryogenic Energy Storage Batteries; Flywheels; Fuel cells; SMES Energy Storage Types & Application along with Energy Network: Global, 2015 Source: The Center for Low Carbon Future; Frost & SullivanCAES: Compressed Air Energy Storage; SMES: Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage
  8. 8. 8 Energy Storage Technologies Pumped Hydro is reduced from 99% share in 2010 to 96.1% in 2015, indicating the penetration and growth of other viable storage technologies Diversified chemistries offering different value proportion coupled with residential, commercial, V2G storage solutions drives demand for battery energy storage solutions Source: Department of Energy – Database on Energy Storage; Frost & Sullivan PHES 177.43GW Energy Storage Technologies (Market Penetration) (Operational, Announced and Under Construction Projects) InstalledCapacity Lithium-ion 693 MW Flow Battery 76.5 MW Sodium Based 161.5 MW Thermal Storage 33.95 GW Till 2010 Till 2015 PHES 99% Others 1% PHES 96.1% Others 3.9% 184.5 GW 130.7 GW Energy Storage Technologies and Installed Capacities, Global, 2015
  9. 9. 9 Grid-Scale BESS Lithium-ion batteries are mainly used for frequency regulation while LA batteries are used for renewable energy capacity firming 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 Installed Capacity MW 483.46 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Installed Capacity MW 2633 Lithium-Ion 60% Lead-Acid 18% Sodium Based 17% Nickle Based 1% Flow 4% Utility Scale, Grid-Connected BESS Market: Market Technology Operational Installed Power (kW) Segmentation, Global, 2014 Utility Scale, Grid-Connected BESS Market: Operational Market Size, Global, 2014 Utility Scale, Grid-Connected BESS Market: Operational Market Size, Global, 2020 Source: Frost & Sullivan
  10. 10. 10 Top 10 Attractive Countries Spain overtook U.S with installation of molten salt storage. South Korea is emerging to be a major country overtaking China with 20.6 MW of commissioned energy storage projects till 2015 20.3MW 506.7MW 20.6 MW 18.6MW Strong contributors with high growth potential Emerging countries with high growth potential Note: Capacities indicate battery energy storage projects commissioned from 2010 to 2015 U.S, Spain, Japan, South Korea, China, Germany are countries of strong growth potential, followed by the U.K, France, Italy, India, South Africa and Australia being emerging countries 26.2 MW 909.3MW Source: U.S Department of Energy; Frost & Sullivan
  11. 11. 11 Convergence in the Storage Industry Diversified market heading towards consolidation Saft Batteries Panasonic Corporation BYD LG Chem Ambri Alevo Group Amprius Sakti3 Primus Power ViZn Energy Spider9 Tesla ABB Coda Energy Siemens S&C Electric Younicos STEM Sunverge RES Advanced Energy Storage Established Battery Manufacturers Emerging Companies Electrical Companies & Integrated Solution Providers Sharp NEC Outback Power Sun Edison General Electric IBM Google Cisco Volkswagen Total Mitsubishi Robert Bosch Apple Source: Frost & Sullivan Others
  12. 12. 12 Top 3 Predictions 1 Energy storage has 2596.3 MW of projects under construction and announced till May 2015. By 2020, this would be doubled. Energy storage has 2596.3 MW of projects under construction and announced till May 2015. By 2020, this would be doubled. 2 Lithium-ion is the most dominant chemistry that will be the preferred one for energy storage, despite other chemistries gaining momentum. Of the 430MW of projects under construction in 2015, 244MW uses lithium-ion Lithium-ion is the most dominant chemistry that will be the preferred one for energy storage, despite other chemistries gaining momentum. Of the 430MW of projects under construction in 2015, 244MW uses lithium-ion 3 Future business models are designed to be independent of subsidy, affordable for customers with short term ROI, that would still be profitable for utilities. Future business models are designed to be independent of subsidy, affordable for customers with short term ROI, that would still be profitable for utilities.
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  16. 16. 16 For Additional Information Suba Arunkumar Research Manager Energy & Environment +91 44 6681 4527 suba.arunkumar@frost.com Malavika Tohani Research Director Energy & Environment +44 20 7915 7836 malavika.tohani@frost.com Chiara Caralla Corporate Communications +44 207 343 8314 chiara.carella@frost.com John Raspin Partner and Business Unit Leader Energy & Environment +44 207 915 7814 john.raspin@frost.com

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