A major driver for ultracapacitor market is in electrical smart meters. The smart meters market has CAGR of 18.7% and the market is expected to reach a demand of 148 million units by 2018.
High initial cost can be considered as the main restraint for the growth of ultracapacitor market. Ultracapacitor batteries cost between $2400 to $5800 for each kWh energy storage, whereas, lithium ion batteries costs $500 to $1000.
The big players in this market are Cap-XX, Ioxus Inc, LS Mtron, Maxwell Technologies Inc, Nec-Tokin, Nesscap Co Ltd, Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation, Panasonic Corporation, Supreme Power Solutions Co Ltd, Vinatech Co Ltd and Yunasko.
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KEY MARKET SEGMENTSBY APPLICATIONS
Ultracapacitor module and equipment manufactures.
Material suppliers and system integrators.
Potential entrants interested in entering this market
Experts and research institutes involved in study and analysis of ultracapacitors.
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