Innovative energy storage is increasingly impacting the world, from mobile applications like electric vehicles, hybrids, and consumer electronics to stationary uses like peak shaving, distributed storage, and backup. Stringent emissions regulations and new grid energy storage mandates are leading to increased adoption of energy storage. These drivers create opportunities for innovative companies across the energy value chain.
The Lux Research Energy Storage Intelligence Service answers key questions like:
How will the electrification of vehicles change the make-up of the automotive fleet, from micro hybrids to full electric cars?
What architectures and materials are best suited for stationary storage applications, from utilities to distributed?
How do innovations throughout the value chain impact the cost competitiveness and adoption prospects for energy storage?
What technologies are best suited for next generation consumer electronics, and who are the best positioned players?
Sample Energy Storage Topics
- Lithium-ion batteries
- Cathodes, anodes, and electrolytes
- Flow batteries
- Molten salt batteries
- Advanced lead-acid batteries
- 48 V batteries
- Solid-state batteries
- Lithium-sulfur batteries
- Metal-air batteries
- Hybrid capacitors
- Fuel cells
- Magnetic materials and motors
- Wireless power
- Centralized and distributed battery management systems
- Plug-in electric vehicles
- Buses and heavy vehicles
- Electric bikes
- Internal combustion vehicles
- Micro/mild/full hybrids
- Peak shaving, upgrade deferral
- Ancillary services, arbitrage
- Renewable shifting, integration
- Distributed and off-grid storage
- Residential and commercial
- Backup power, UPS, microgrids, and rural power
- Portable electronics
- Wireless sensors
- Medical devices
- Fuel cell vehicles