2020 Supercapacitors Innovation & Patent Review, Featuring Over 335 Thousand Energy Storage Patent Documents

Edited 25/02/20

DUBLIN, Feb. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Supercapacitors Innovation & Patent Review 2020” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This review discusses R&D options that are evaluated by key supercapacitor players to improve energy & power density as well as reliability, according to a machine learning-supported analysis of global patent filings.

Reasons to Buy

Comprehension of the supercapacitor innovation-decision tree allows for the identification of promising R&D directions that have not yet been explored. The connection between successful materials innovations and improving or worsening market positions by key players can be understood based on this review.

Key Highlights

A key highlight is that this review allows for the exact identification of the current state-of-the-art, based on which areas with the highest future R&D impact can be identified that will allow for the launch of market-leading products.

Report Scope

  • 335,683 energy storage patent documents published across the globe between January 2017 and October 15th, 2019 have been screened using a proprietary machine learning approach for commercial relevance in relation to supercapacitors
  • The resulting ranking includes 169 companies
  • Patent portfolios & technology stacks by 37 key companies are discussed in detail and have been assembled into 16 decision tree figures that illustrate 164 different technical choices & prioritizations
  • 72 links are provided to company product websites
  • 1-4 key patents by another 85 companies are listed

Key Topics Covered

  • Executive Summary
  • About the Author
  • Introduction
  • How Do Supercapacitors Differ from Li-Ion Batteries?
  • The focus of this Review
  • Terminology
  • Innovation Decision Tree for Supercapacitors
  • Active Materials for Various Supercapacitor Types
  • Aluminum-based Current Collectors for Various Supercapacitor Types
  • Separators
  • Electrode Binders
  • Electrolyte Components for EDLCs
  • Electrolyte Components for Asymmetric Hybrid Capacitors
  • Electrolyte Components for Symmetric Hybrid Capacitors
  • Materials and Electrode Architectures for EDLCs with Organic Electrolytes
  • Materials and Electrode Architectures for Asymmetric Hybrid Capacitors with Organic Electrolytes
  • Lithium-Doping Approaches for Asymmetric Hybrid Capacitors
  • Materials and Electrode Architectures for Symmetric Hybrid Capacitors with Organic Electrolytes
  • Materials and Electrode Architectures for EDLCs with Aqueous Electrolytes
  • Materials and Electrode Architectures for Symmetric Hybrid Capacitors with Aqueous Electrolytes
  • Performance Improvements through Cell Engineering
  • Performance Improvements through Module Engineering
  • Incorporation of Supercapacitors into End Applications
  • Machine Learning-Based Identification of Commercially Relevant Patents
  • Overview Material, Cell & Module Suppliers
  • Classification According to Capacitor Type
  • Classification According to Application Focus
  • Predictions
  • Deep Dive – High Voltage Electrolytes (>3 V) for EDLCs
  • Technology Stacks by Key Companies
    • CRRC/CSR – China
    • Taiyo YudenJapan
    • Toyota – Japan
    • LS Mtron – Korea
    • Nippon Chemi-Con – Japan
    • Bosch – Germany
    • LG Innotek/LG Chem – Korea
    • Blue Solutions/Capacitor Sciences – France/USA
    • Hunan Nepuenergy – China
    • Maxwell Technologies/Maxwell Laboratories/Nesscap (Tesla) – USA/Korea
    • Seiko Instruments – Japan
    • Vinatech/Vina Technology – Korea
    • Shanghai Aowei – China
    • Murata Manufacturing (including former Sony battery unit) – Japan
    • Asahi Kasei/Asahi Chemical – Japan
    • TDK – Japan
    • Samwha Capacitor/Samwha Electric/Korea JCC – Korea
    • AVX (Kyocera) – USA
    • Tokin (Kemet) – Japan/USA
    • Supreme Power Solutions/Jiangsu Jisheng Xingtai – China
    • TPR/TOC Capacitor/Nisshinbo/Okaya – Japan
    • ZapGo/Zapgocharger – United Kingdom
    • Nichicon – Japan
    • Kuraray/Calgon Carbon – Japan/USA
    • Cataler – Japan
    • JM Energy/JSR – Japan
    • Vitzrocell – Korea
    • Po-Celltech/Pocell – Israel
    • Farad Power – USA
    • JTEKT – Japan
    • Panasonic/Sanyo – Japan
    • General Capacitor – USA
    • Skeleton Technologies – Estonia/Germany
    • Ioxus – USA
    • Nanoramic Laboratories/FastCAP Ultracapacitors – USA
    • NAWATechnologies – France
    • enerG2 Technologies/BASF – USA/Germany
  • Additional Patent Filings with Commercial Relevance
  • Patent Analysis Methodology & Validation

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/jn4s6j

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