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Li-ion Battery Backup Market to Grow Six-Fold

Battery backup market to grow six-foldWhile stationary battery back-up systems for industrial users, hospitals and data centers aren’t the exciting new darlings of the emerging battery market, they will provide a steady and reliable source of growth and revenue for battery manufacturers that are eager to grow.

While battery technology is growing by leaps and bounds to meet new market demand for solar-tied grid storage and electric vehicles, there are certain market sectors that have always relied on batteries.

Uninterruptable power supply is essential for certain industrial operations, at hospitals and in the growing data storage industry, where power outages are intolerable.

The market for lithium-ion battery backup and UPS systems is expected to grow six fold between now and the end of the decade, according to a recent report from market analysis firm Lux Research.

“The interesting thing is that the demand for these types of systems is actually shrinking slightly in the developed world as data center customers and others are constantly trying to reduce their total power demand,” said Steve Minnihan, author of the report. “But in the developing world, the demand is growing very rapidly.”

He said the developing countries are using UPS and battery backups in the same industry sectors where they’re applied in the U.S. Places like India, Southeast Asia and Africa, however, are building infrastructure at unprecedented rates, which drives demand for battery backup systems in new hospitals, manufacturing hubs and data centers.

“I think this is so interesting because it’s a very large market,” Minnihan added. “There’s 800 gigawatts of power capacity in UPS and battery backup throughout the world. That makes this a very, very large market.”

Eight hundred gigawatts is roughly 15 percent of the global power demand.
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