Navigant: Annual Capacity for Next-Gen Advanced Batteries Reaching 6.5 GWh by 2025

Several new battery chemistries are projected to enter the global transportation and grid-tied stationary energy storage markets as researchers look to meet and exceed the safety expectations of lithium ion (Li-ion) at lower price points, Navigant’s Next Generation Advanced Batteries report predicted. These new chemistries, which are not yet commercially available, include lithium sulfur (Li-S), lithium solid-state (Li-SS), next-generation flow, and a liquid metal battery, are expected to reach a combined global market penetration of 7.5 percent across the transportation and grid-tied stationary energy storage sector in 2025.

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