Lead-acid battery share in grid storage mart to shrink
Dec 20, 2012 | 05:53 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK Lead-acid batteries will account for just 30 percent of the grid storage market by 2018, with the commercialization of new technologies, such as sodium-sulfur batteries, set to make further inroads, according to a new study.
The grid-storage market will reach $6.1 billion by 2018, with a wave of storage deployment about to occur on the customer side of the meter for power-quality, peak-shaving and grid-stability applications, market research and industry analysis firm NanoMarkets said.....
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