The global stationary energy storage market size was estimated at USD 31.22 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach over USD 224.3 billion by 2030, poised to grow at a CAGR of 24.9% from 2022 to 2030.
When and how much power is produced differs from when and how much electricity is utilized on a daily basis. Furthermore, renewable energy sources are inflexible, which means they cannot be dispatched as needed to satisfy the ever-changing needs of energy consumers. When traditional power plants and interconnections will continue to be important tools in addressing this problem, energy storage solutions are expected to emerge as a top contender in addressing their flexibility issue. The emergence of stationary energy storage systems is being fueled by advancements in battery technology and lower costs.
When needed, a stationary energy storage device can store energy and discharge it in the form of electricity. An array of batteries, an inverter, an electronic control system, and a thermal management system are often included in a stationary energy storage system. Unlike a fuel cell, which creates power without having to be charged, energy storage systems must be charged in order to deliver electricity when it is required. The operation of stationary energy storage systems is based on batteries and an electronic control system. Lithium is the most common element used to store chemical energy in batteries.
Scope of the Stationary Energy Storage Market
|Market Size||US$ 224.3 Billion by 2030|
|Growth Rate||CAGR of 24.9% from 2022 to 2030|
|Largest Market||North America|
|Fastest Growing Market||Europe|
|Forecast Period||2022 to 2030|
|Segments Covered||Battery,Type of Energy Storage, Applicaion, Region|
|Companies Mentioned||Tesla, Durapower, Exide Technologies, Duracell, Toshiba Corporation, Panasonic Corporation, Samsung SDI, Johnson Controls, Philips, Hoppecke Batteries|
The electrons that make up lithium are kept on one end of the battery. Electrons are extracted from lithium and circulated in a circuit to power the loads. In the meantime, lithium ions travel from one side of the battery to the other, then positively charged after losing negatively charged electrons. The battery is discharged when all of the lithium ions have moved to the other end. An external source of power begins to supply electricity to the battery, causing the battery to receive an influx of electrons. These negatively charged electrons begin to combine with positively charged lithium ions, and the lithium elements, then neutrally charged begin to travel from one side of the battery to the other.
One of the primary factors of where stationary energy storage systems will be embraced more quickly is economic feasibility. Despite the fact that a high local electricity price, inadequate robustness of current power infrastructure, and the criticality of business operations all play a role, two groups of consumers are likely to choose energy storage solutions first. Another application for stationary energy storage systems is to provide a continuous supply of electricity in the event of a power loss while backup generators are being set up. This is where these solutions’ quick dispatch capacity comes into effect such as in responding to loads with considerable voltage and frequency fluctuation, which certain generating assets are not capable of responding without causing outages.
Battery storage systems are essential for ensuring a constant and reliable power source. It is also becoming one of the most essential options for properly integrating large amounts of solar and wind renewables into power grids around the world. They are used in a variety of industries to provide superior connection and energy storage. High-capacity batteries are used as a backup source to ensure the electrical grid’s stability and to provide electricity during power outages. The increasing global use of renewable energy sources, combined with severe government laws aimed at reducing carbon emissions will drive product adoption during the projected period.
The batteries are used in variety of industries to provide superior connection and energy storage. High-capacity batteries are used as a backup source to keep the electrical grid stable and provide electricity during power outages. The surge in use of renewable energy sources around the world, along with strict government rules aimed at reducing carbon emissions will drive the growth of the stationary energy storage market.
The rapid deployment of renewable energy coupled with favorable government measures to reduce carbon emissions is the primary market driver for stationary energy storage. In addition, the continued integration of clean energy systems such as wind and solar necessitates cost effective solutions for network synchronization, which is likely to drive the stationary energy storage market expansion. Furthermore, rising electricity demand and grid stability are boosting the growth of the stationary energy storage market during the forecast period. The stationary energy storage market’s growth is projected to be hampered by volatile investment prospects in several industrial sectors and a lack of standardization.
In 2020, the sodium Sulphur segment dominated the stationary energy storage market. The main factors driving product demand are high energy density, increased safety prospects, and long battery life.
The lithium-ion segment, on the other hand, is predicted to develop at the quickest rate in the future years. Lithium-ion batteries having a longer shelf life than conventional batteries, which encourages the use of these batteries.
Type of Energy Storage Insights
In 2020, the hydrogen and ammonia storage segment dominated the stationary energy storage market. In contrast to mobile applications, hydrogen density is not a significant issue in stationary applications. Stationary uses such as compressed hydrogen in a hydrogen tank, liquid hydrogen in a cryogenic hydrogen tank, and slush hydrogen in a cryogenic hydrogen tank can all be used in mobile applications.
North America dominated the stationary energy storage market in 2020. The global market for stationary energy storage has been driven by the trend of switching from conventional power generation to clean and green sources of energy.
Europe, on the other hand, is expected to develop at the fastest rate during the forecast period. Current energy efficiency reforms, along with growing worries about supply security will boost market share. The region’s harsh climatic conditions have created a beneficial setting for battery manufacturing companies.
The major market players are continually pursuing creative development in their systems in order to provide consumers with effective stationary energy storage solutions and enhance their market share. Moreover, concentrated research and development activities, partnerships, and strategic collaborations are just a few of the key methods used by industry players to gain a competitive advantage in the stationary energy storage market.
Some of the prominent players in the global stationary energy storage market include:
Segments Covered in the Report
By Type of Energy Storage
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