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   Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations.....I-1  
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level.....I-2
   Product Definitions and Scope of Study.....I-3  
   High Temperature Energy Storage: Technology with Lower CAPEX and Longer
   Table 1: High Temperature Energy Storage Technologies: Brief Details of Storage Type, Efficiency (%), Number of Cycles, Power Capacity, and Potential Duration.....II-21$350
   Sodium Batteries (NaS and NaMx): Advantages and Disadvantages.....II-3
Competitive Landscape.....II-3
   Global Outlook.....II-41$100
   Rising Prominence of Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Worldwide: A Strong Growth Driver
  for Molten Salt Energy Storage.....II-5
   Table 2: Key Characteristics of Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage Systems by TES Type.....II-61$350
   Table 3: Global Solar-Related Energy Storage Market by Technology (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Batteries, Flywheel, and Thermal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-7

Table 4: Global Solar-Related Battery Energy Storage Market by Type (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Flow Batteries, Lead-Acid, Lithium-ion, and Sodium Batteries (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-7

Table 5: Global Solar Thermal Power Capacity by Country (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Algeria, India, Spain, and the United States (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-7
   Growing Investments in CSP Projects Bodes Well for Molten Salt TES Systems.....II-8
Table 6: Top Ten Countries Worldwide with the Highest Concentrated Solar Power Plant Capacities: 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-8
   Table 7: Cumulative Capacity Installations of Concentrated Solar Power over the Period 2005-2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-9

Table 8: Major Commercial Purpose, Operational CSP Plants Worldwide (2013): Brief Details of Country, Name of Plant, Capacity (MW), and CSP Technology.....II-9
   Andasol Solar Power Plant (Spain): The Leading Thermal Molten Salt Storage
   EU’s Desertec to Offer Major Boost to Concentrated Solar Thermal.....II-12
Immense Potential for Molten Salts as Heat Transfer Fluids in CSP Plants.....II-12
   Major Research initiatives in Molten Salt Storage Technology.....II-13
Reduction of Overall System Costs.....II-13
Development of New Technology in CSP Plants.....II-13
   New Salt Mixture with Enhanced Heat Storing Capabilities.....II-14
Probable Replacement Technologies for Molten Salt Storage in CSP Plants: A Cause for
Phase Change Materials (PCM) Systems.....II-14
Increasing Focus on Renewable Energy Sources (RES): Opportunities Galore for Molten
  Salt Storage.....II-15
   Table 9: Targets for Electricity Production from Renewable Energy Sources Worldwide by Country.....II-172$350
   Table 10: Percentage of Renewable Sources in Electricity Production Worldwide by Country (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-191$350
   Table 11: Global Investments (US$ Billion) in Renewable Energy by Source: 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-20
Molten Salt Energy Storage Driven by the Steady Evolution of the Smart Grid
   Table 12: Global Spend on Smart Grid Technologies by Region (2014, 2017 & 2020): Cumulative Spending (in US$ Billion) for Asia-Pacific (incl. China), Europe, Latin America, and North America (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-211$350
   Table 13: NaS and Molten Salt TES Storage Compared with Other Grid Storage Technologies.....II-22
Dominance of Battery Technologies in Energy Storage Drives the NaS Batteries Market
  in the Near Term.....II-22
   Table 14: Global NaS Batteries Market by Application (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Load Levelling; Emergency Power Supply Application and Load Levelling Combined; Momentary Power Failure Application and Load Levelling Combined; Natural Energy; and Other Applications (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-24
NaS Batteries: Maintaining High Temperature at All Times Lead to Higher Production
   Table 15: Various Energy Storage Technologies Ranked on the Basis of Cost ($/KW) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-251$350
   Table 16: Production Cost Breakdown (%) of a Typical NaS Battery Storage Plant (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-26
Higher Energy Capacities and Durable Chemistry Drive Demand for NaMx Batteries.....II-26
   Table 17: NaMx Storage Type in Comparison with Other Storage Technologies in EV and Stationary Power Applications.....II-27
Surging Microgrid Installations to Drive Growth for NaMx Batteries.....II-27
   Table 18: Global Energy Storage Capacity in Microgrids by Technology (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Advanced Lithium-ion, Advanced Lead-Acid, Advanced Flow Battery and Sodium Metal Halide (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-28
Expanding Electric Vehicles Infrastructure to Boost Prospects for NaMx
   Table 19: World Market for Electric Vehicles (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Unit Sales by Product Type (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-29
Favorable Trends in Energy Production and Consumption Strengthens Market
   Table 20: Global Electricity Consumption in TWh for Years 2000, 2015 & 2030 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-31

Table 21: Global Electricity Production by Country (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Production Volume for China, United States, India, Russia, Japan, Canada, Germany, Brazil, France, South Korea, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-31
   Table 22: Global Electricity Consumption by Country (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Electricity Consumption Volume for China, United States, Japan, Russia, India, Germany, Canada, Brazil, South Korea, France, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-32

Table 23: Projected Global Demand for Primary Energy (Mtoe) and Electricity (MWh): 2015, 2020, 2025, 2030 & 2035 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-32
   Table 24: Global Total Primary Energy Supply (Excluding Energy Stored in International Marine and Aviation Bunkers) in Units by Region (2013): Percentage Breakdown of Supply Volumes for OECD, China, Asia (excluding China), Non-OECD Europe and Eurasia, Africa, Middle East, and Non-OECD Americas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-331$350
   Table 25: Investments in New Power Plants by Geographic Region (2012): Percentage Breakdown for Coal, Natural Gas, Oil, Nuclear Power, and Renewable Energy (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-341$350
   Table 26: Estimated Global Power Generation Infrastructure Requirement (in US$ Billion) for China, India, Latin America, and North America over the Period 2010-2030 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-351$350
   The United States.....II-36
Renewable Energy and Energy Storage to Help Offset Escalating Electricity
   Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage: A Vital Component of the Solar Power
   Table 27: The US Grid Energy Storage Market by Technology (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for Pumped Hydro Storage and Other Technologies (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-38

Table 28: The US Grid Energy Storage Market by Technology Other than Pumped Storage (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Capacity Installations for CAES, Flywheels, Ice Thermal Storage, Li-ion, NaS Batteries, Ni-Cad Batteries and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-38
   Strong Growth for Solar Energy to Drive Demand for Molten Salt Storage
Table 29: Major Solar Projects in Development Phase in the US: Brief Details of Project Name, Capacity in MW, and Location (State) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-39
Favorable Policies Boosts Market Prospects for Solar Power Generation.....II-39
   Table 30: Power Plant Capacity Additions (MW) in the US by Type of Power: 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-40
NYC Utility’s Ambitious Plans for Energy Efficiency to Drive Market Growth.....II-40
   Table 31: Incentives under ConEd’s Demand Management Program by Storage Technology.....II-41
Increasing Focus on Renewable Energy Drives the HiTES Market.....II-41
Japanese Energy Market Overview.....II-41
Key Growth Driving Factors in the European Energy Storage Market.....II-42
   Grid Level Storage Gains Momentum in Western Europe.....II-43
Favorable Government Policies Benefit the German Energy Storage Market.....II-43
   Asia-Pacific: A Potential Laden Market.....II-44
China: Booming Solar Industry Drives the Molten Salt Thermal Energy Storage
   Outlook for Energy Storage Market in China.....II-451$100
   India: Increasing Adoption of Renewable Energy Augurs Well for Market
Technological Improvements for Realizing Cost Reductions: Need of the Hour.....II-46
   South Africa.....II-47
Energy Storage to Deliver Reliable and Affordable Electricity in South Africa.....II-47
   Energy Storage Technologies: Classification.....II-48 1$100
   Table 32: Global Energy Storage Market by Technology (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Installed Capacity for Traditional Pumped Storage and Other Technologies (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-49

Table 33: Global Energy Storage Market by Technology Other than Pumped Storage (2014): Percentage Share Breakdown of Installed Capacity for Capacitor, Compressed Air, Flow Battery, Flywheel, Gravitational Storage, Lead Acid Battery, Li-ion, Molten Salt Energy and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-49
   Table 34: Leading Energy Storage Technology Vendors Worldwide (2013): Percentage Market Share Breakdown Based on Capacity for Allis Chalmers, Alstom, CKD Blankso, Gridflex, Harbin, Hydrodynamics Group, Riverbank Power, Sichuan Dongfeng Electric, Voith and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-502$350
   Table 35: Energy Storage Technologies: Key Features Comparison for PHS, CAES, Flywheel, NaS Battery, Li-ion Battery, Flow Battery, Supercapacitor, SMES, Molten Salt, Hydrogen, and SNG Technology.....II-52
Various Energy Storage Technologies: Key Advantages & Disadvantages.....II-52
   Key Energy Storage Technologies & Applications for Electrical, Chemical,
  Electrochemical, Mechanical and Thermal Energy.....II-53
Investment in Energy Storage Projects Witness Steady Growth Worldwide.....II-53
   Table 36: Number of Energy Storage Projects by Country: 2014 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-54
Government Intervention Critical to Widespread Adoption of Energy Storage
   Domestic Targets for Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Select Regions/Countries.....II-55
New Projects & Government Mandates.....II-55
   Incentives & Standards: Key to Promoting Energy Storage Technologies.....II-56
Microgrids to Drive Energy Storage in the Future.....II-56
   Table 37: A Glance at Largest Power Blackouts/ Outages Worldwide.....II-571$350
   Nanotechnology: The Future of Energy Storage?.....II-58
Nanotubular Bulk Material with Ultra-Low Density for Energy Storage
   Research on for High Durability and Advanced Chemical Compositions.....II-59
Characteristics of Select Battery Technology Types.....II-59
   Energy Storage: Introduction.....II-60
High Temperature Energy Storage.....II-60
Sodium Sulfur (NaS) Battery.....II-60
   Major Properties of NaS Batteries.....II-611$100
   NaS batteries—Chemistry.....II-62
NaS Batteries—Construction and Operation.....II-62
Safety Concerns.....II-62
   Major Applications of NaS Batteries.....II-63
Grid Energy Storage Support.....II-63
Space Applications.....II-63
Heavy Machinery and Transport.....II-63
Sodium Metal Halide (NaMx) Batteries (ZEBRA Batteries).....II-63
   NaMx Battery Components.....II-64
Operating Characteristics.....II-64
Stationary Applications.....II-65
   Major stationary applications.....II-661$100
   Molten Salt Technology.....II-672$200
   University of Evora and DLR of Germany Collaborate for Research in the Area of Molten
  Salt Storage for CSP Plants.....II-69
SolarReserve Secures Environmental Approval for Copiapo Solar Project with Molten Salt
  Storage Technology.....II-69
Acciona and Sener to Set up Kathu Solar Thermal Plant with Molten Salt Thermal Energy
NGK Insulators NaS Electric Energy Storage System at Kashiwa-no-ha Smart City Becomes
SolarReserve Takes Over CSP Division of Aerojet Rocketdyne, Reinforces Leadership in
  Solar Thermal Energy.....II-69
   NGK Insulators to Supply NAS Battery to Italian Transmission Grid.....II-70
NGK Insulator to Receive Government Subsidy for Research on NaS Battery.....II-70
Italian Enel Installs Molten Sat Receivers from Schott in its Molten Salt Solar Power
   Abengoa Solar, S.A. (Spain).....II-71
ACCIONA Energy S.A. (Spain).....II-71
Archimede Solar Energy.....II-71
Areva S.A.S (France).....II-71
   Bertrams Heatec AG (Switzerland).....II-72
BrightSource Energy, Inc. (US).....II-72
FZ SoNick (Switzerland).....II-72
   General Electric Company (US).....II-73
Idhelio (France).....II-73
NGK Insulators, Ltd. (Japan).....II-73
   Schott AG (Germany).....II-74
SENER Group (Spain).....II-74
Siemens AG (Germany).....II-74
   SolarReserve, LLC. (US).....II-100
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. (Japan).....II-100
TSK Flagsol (Germany).....II-100
   Table 38: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for High Temperature Energy Storage (HiTES) by Technology - Molten Salt TES, NaS and NaMx Storage Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Millions for Years 2013 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-761$350
   Table 39: World 8-Year Perspective for High Temperature Energy Storage (HiTES) by Technology - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Molten Salt TES, NaS and NaMx Markets for Years 2013, 2015 & 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-771$350

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