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Energy Storage Systems

Joint International Market and Technology Study

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AZL Aachen

Exhibitor details
Exhibitor details
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Development status
Soon market ready
Market introduction
Degree of documentation
Very well documented
Market orientation
Mass market

Product description

On January 30, 2018, AZL Aachen GmbH, in cooperation with 19 participating companies as well as RWTH Aachen University and CONBILITY® GmbH, has launched with a kick-off meeting an international market and technology study. Over the next 8 months, the team of experts will work out a detailed insight into the technologies of the diverse energy storage systems. Together with the consortium, the technology experts will analyze established and emerging storage systems, in particular with regard to the materials used and the production technologies for the production of key components.

The kick-off meeting opened the first phase of the study, which focuses on detailed market segmentation, including the identification of market requirements and potentials as well as existing and future technologies and their respective readiness levels. In addition to energy storage in the transport sector, the study will examine storage systems and technologies in other market segments. These include thermal, electrochemical, mechanical and electrical storage systems. At the kick-off meeting, participants were given a first market overview including exemplary market segments and possible storage technologies. The study structure was presented on the basis of the two example technologies and applications of lithium-ion batteries in the automotive sector and power-to-gas technologies.

The study results are especially relevant for suppliers of materials, processing technologies and machinery and equipment. Companies wishing to evaluate the potential of their products and production technologies as well as their know-how in the field of energy storage systems are invited to participate in the study.

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Hall 5, Stand E48

Integrated Lightweight Plaza

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