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    1. Report: Global Energy Storage Market to 2020

      Report: Global Energy Storage Market to 2020

      (The report targets) Transportation Sector Applications, Advanced Batteries, Ultracapacitors and Fuel Cells All Set for Growth", provides key data, information and analysis on the market opportunities in the energy storage devices market. The report provides market potential of key energy storage technologies such as advanced batteries, fuel cells, pumped storage, flywheels and ultracapacitors.

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    2. Axion Power Completes New Continuous Roll Carbon Sheeting Production Process

      Axion Power Completes New Continuous Roll Carbon Sheeting Production Process

      Axion Power has completed, and begun operating, its new improved continuous roll carbon sheeting line. The carbon sheet is a critical component of Axion's proprietary negative electrode and, to date, it has been manufactured by hand utilizing several identical stations to provide enough carbon sheet to satisfy existing PbC® battery production needs.

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      Mentions: PA Axion
    3. Australian energy retailer to deploy Stem's energy analytics and advanced energy storage system

      Australian energy retailer to deploy Stem's energy analytics and advanced energy storage system

      Stem is partnering with Click Energy, a fast-growing online Australian energy retailer, to promote Stem's products to Click Energy customers. Click will distribute the Stem Energy System to Click Energy customers in the Australian market to address the rising costs associated with high peak energy costs.

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      Mentions: Australia Stem
    4. Report: (Installed) Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications in Asia Pacific Will Surpass 25GW by 2022

      Report: (Installed) Batteries for Utility-Scale Applications in Asia Pacific Will Surpass 25GW by 2022

      Sodium sulfur batteries constitute the largest number of deployed storage projects in the region. While advanced batteries are staged to play a large role in the development of power sectors across Asia Pacific, bulk energy storage technologies, such as pumped hydro, will continue to play an important role in emerging markets like China.

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      Mentions: Australia Japan Asia
    5. Energy storage issue highlighted (Re: Stanford study - cost of ownership)

      Energy storage issue highlighted (Re: Stanford study - cost of ownership)

      (Stanford researchers) ... worked out the cost of both building the (storage) technology and maintaining it over a 30-year timescale ... to minimise replacement costs. They derived the “energy stored on investment” for each of the seven technologies to work out how much more energy it could store over its lifetime than it took to build and maintain.

      NOTE: This presents one aspect of the Stanford Univ. study reported here.

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      Mentions: Stanford UK
    6. Report: China's Lead-acid Battery (industry) 2013-2017

      Report: China's Lead-acid Battery (industry) 2013-2017

      The European Union, the United States and other developed countries have already restricted the lead-acid battery manufacturing for the sake of environment protection. The international market demand for lead-acid batteries is continuously increasing; China has become one of the world's largest exporters of lead-acid batteries; the export volume and export amount are increasing at the annual rates of 40% and 35% respectively.

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      Mentions: Europe China
    7. (Surrette) batteries help power Scottish isles

      (Surrette) batteries help power Scottish isles

      Eigg (island) has a total energy storage capacity of 212kWh, using several banks of 24 Rolls four-volt batteries to power their homes and facilities.  Up to 50% of the stored energy is discharged from each bank, while a combination of wind, solar and hydroelectric sources, with a diesel backup, recharges the battery bank for the next day.

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    8. Report: Utility Energy Storage Market Guide 2012

      Report: Utility Energy Storage Market Guide 2012

      The electric utility energy storage market is projected to top $2.5 billion by 2015. Eight technologies will compete head-to-head in this market including batteries, compressed air storage, flywheels, hydrogen, superconducting magnetic energy storage, thermal energy storage, ultracapacitors, and vehicle-to-grid.

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      Mentions: U.S. Argonne MIT
    9. Opinion: Exide - Many Alliances, Fewer Results

      Opinion: Exide - Many Alliances, Fewer Results

      if Johnson Controls acquires A123's assets, Exide may be under more competitive pressure.  The deal would involve the transfer of supporting technologies and could give Johnson Controls an edge over Exide in the transportation market that appears to be centering on lithium ion technologies.  That means Exide will need to do more than bootstrap its reputation as an innovator with press releases and MOUs.

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