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Lithium-Ion Batteries Continue to Make Key In-Roads into the Market, Competing with the Heavy Hitters

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Lithium-Ion Batteries Continue to Make Key In- Roads into the Market, Competing with the Heavy Hitters PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 14, 2012 - Latest developments and technologies in the battery industry highlighted at the 10th annual international Battery Power 2012 conference MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The lithium-ion battery market continues to advance as high power and high capacity cells increase penetration into large-format applications. Vying for market adoption, the lithium-ion chemistry competes heavily with established energy storage technologies, such as lead acid, in many of these applications. However, key performance characteristics have enabled lithium-ion to increase market penetration, resulting in growth opportunities. Frost & Sullivan Energy and Power Systems Research Manager Vishal Sapru keynotes this year's Battery Power 2012 event, taking place in Denver, Colo. Sapru's address, focusing on market drivers, market size and key competitors dominating this market, will inaugurate the event at 8:00 a.m. MDT on Sept. 18, 2012, with the event wrapping up on Sept. 19, 2012. His presentation will pull from Frost & Sullivan's research in the area of energy storage, including Global Lithium-Ion Battery Market and Global Hybrid Electric and Electric Vehicle Lithium-ion Battery Market. If you are interested in more information, please send an email to Britni Myers, Corporate Communications, at britni.myers@frost.
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Lithium-Ion Batteries Continue to Make Key In-Roads into the Market, Competing with the Heavy Hitters
PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Aug. 14, 2012
- Latest developments and technologies in the battery industry highlighted at the 10th annual international Battery Power 2012 conference MOUNTAIN VIEW, California,Aug. 14, 2012/PRNewswire/ -- The lithium-ion battery market continues to advance as high power and high capacity cells increase penetration into large-format applications. Vying for market adoption, the lithium-ion chemistry competes heavily with established energy storage technologies, such as lead acid, in many of these applications. However, key performance characteristics have enabled lithium-ion to increase market penetration, resulting in growth opportunities. Frost & Sullivan Energy and Power Systems Research Manager Vishal Sapru keynotes this year's Battery Power 2012 event, taking place inDenver, Colo. Sapru's address, focusing on market drivers, market size and key competitors dominating this market, will inaugurate the event at8:00 a.m. MDTonSept. 18, 2012, with the event wrapping up onSept. 19His presentation will pull, 2012. from Frost & Sullivan's research in the area of energy storage, includingGlobal Lithium-Ion Battery MarketandGlobal Hybrid Electric and Electric Vehicle Lithium-ion Battery Market. If you are interested in more information, please send an email to Britni Myers, Corporate Communications, at britni.myers@frost.com, with your full name, company name, job title, telephone number, company email address, company website, city, state and country. "The lithium-ion battery market continues to evolve with focus on grid energy storage, off grid power, telecom/data comm backup, and aerospace/defense applications," said Sapru. "Military usage is one of the key application areas in the lithium-ion battery market. High energy density and lightweight materials makes these batteries a preferred choice in specific military equipment. Lithium-ion is poised to replace existing bulky, sealed lead acid batteries as well as primary lithium batteries for certain man-portable equipment." The 10th annual Battery Power 2012 event will feature 35 presentations on portable, stationary and automotive battery technology, as well as battery manufacturing, materials and R&D. Topics will include new battery designs, emerging technologies, battery materials, power management, charging and testing systems, battery health, as well as the latest market trends affecting the industry. The conference is catered to OEM design engineers, system engineers, as well as technical and management professionals involved in battery powered products and systems, battery manufacturing, battery technology R&D, and power management technology. The partnership with the Battery Power 2012 conferenceis within Frost & Sullivan's Energy and Power Systems practice.Click here to access the