DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mcmg55/future_of) has announced the addition of the "Future of Rechargeable Batteries - Beyond Li-ion (Technical Insights)" report to their offering.
This study covers the development of different battery chemistries including lead-based, lithium-based, sodium-based, nickel-based, zinc-based and flow batteries. The study also analyses the application sectors that employ these batteries, mainly automotive, healthcare, telecommunications, consumer electronics and utility-grid, and the innovations occurring in each sector. Also included are recent events with regards to technology management strategies, and a technology roadmap summarizing the growth of battery technologies between 2015-2020.
A zinc-based battery is a mature technology that employs zinc as the cathode. The zinc-based battery segment is largely dominated by primary type batteries, especially zinc-carbon and zinc- manganese dioxide (alkaline battery). Rechargeable zinc-based batteries is still a niche segment and a nascent market, with most developments concentrating on rechargeable alkaline battery or zinc-air.
The lead-based battery is one of the oldest rechargeable batteries in the world. The lead-based battery industry has invested a huge amount of money in research and development to compete with newer batteries (such as lithium-based and nickel) to improve functionalities, such as, start-stop functionality, and to combine lead- based battery with different technologies (for example supercapacitors), especially for automotive applications.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Technology Snapshot and Challenges
3. Application Landscape
4. Technology Management Strategy
5. The Roadmap
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