The residential energy storage market was valued at US$ 5.99 Billion in 2018 and expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.0% during the forecast period from 2019 to 2027
March 06, 2020. By News Bureau
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The residential energy storage market was valued at US$ 5.99 Billion in 2018 and expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.0% during the forecast period from 2019 to 2027.
Government support along with financial incentives for renewable energy worldwide will enhance the market growth globally
Arising opportunities for battery storage from national policies and government financial initiatives aim to spur the residential energy storage market. Many countries are adopting hybrid energy system like renewables plus storage to lessen their dependence upon energy imports, move toward environmental goals, fill gaps in their generation mix, de-carbonization targets, and enhance the reliability and resiliency of their systems. Furthermore, energy storage will benefit from broad policy mandates linked to quality-of-life goals and urbanization in developing nations.
For Instance, India's initiatives for the Smart City project use a competitive model to support the deployment of smart technologies in 100 cities across the country. Moreover, in order to meet the aggressive policy objectives, India recently launched its first grid-scale battery storage system for peak load management, along with a potential boom for residential energy storage systems.
Increasing demand for Li-Ion batteries and decreasing its cost will ramp up the residential energy storage market
The lithium-ion-based energy storage systems accounted to hold a market share of around 60% in 2018. Li-ion batteries provide various technological advantages like lead-acid batteries. In addition, the increase in the adoption of Li-ion batteries due to their technological advantage is the most energetic rechargeable batteries available. Moreover, the replacement of conventional batteries due to its techno-economic benefits have increased the use of Li-ion batteries globally. For instance, from 2017 the lithium-ion battery prices fall continuously by around 22% in 2017 from 2016 levels.
However, this sustained and sharp cost reduction in Li-ion batteries expected to drive the market for residential energy storage. Furthermore, the growing application of li-ion batteries in new markets like renewables like hydro, solar, wind and paired with the energy storage systems (ESS), for both residential and commercial applications during the forecast period.
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