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Nano-Enabled Batteries Market 2015-2022 - Global Strategic Business Report 2017 - Growing Demand for Electric Vehicles Augurs Well for the Nano-Enabled Batteries Market

/EIN News/ -- Dublin, June 26, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Nano-Enabled Batteries - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

This report analyzes the Global market for Nano-Enabled Batteries in US$ Million by the following Segments: Large Format Modules, and Customized Batteries (Wireless Power Tools, & Laptops). Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

The report profiles 21 companies including many key and niche players such as
- 3M Company
- A123 Systems LLC
- Altair Nanotechnologies Inc.
- Evonik Industries AG
- Front Edge Technology
- mPhase Technologies, Inc.

Key Topics Covered:


- Batteries
- A Key Source of Portable' Energy
- Battery Industry Embraces Nanotechnology
- Nanotechnology Achieves Commercial Grade Implementation in Li -ion Batteries
- Growing Demand for Lithium-Ion Batteries Augurs Well for the Market
- Electric Vehicles
- The Major End-Use Application Area for Nano-Enabled Batteries
- Growing Demand for Electric Vehicles Augurs Well for the Nano-Enabled Batteries Market
- Nano-enabled Batteries in Portable Power Tools
- Laptops and Netbooks
- The Li-ion Drivers
- Technology Innovations/Advancements Spearhead Market Growth
- Carbon Nanotubes Find Increased Applications in Batteries
- Innovative Battery Design with Improved Energy Storage and Robust Crust
- Batteries Made of Gold Nanowires
- Nano-Wire Battery with Lengthened Lifespan
- Super Nanowire Batteries
- Longer Lasting Nanowire-based Lithium-ion Batteries
- Sound Powered Batteries
- MIT Develops Nano Yolk Batteries
- Nanopore Battery Technology
- Nanobatteries with Tiny Nanopores
- Development of Aluminum Anodes for Improved Rechargeable Batteries
- CLS Aims to Develop Better Performing and Cheaper Battery Materials for Electric Vehicles
- Amprius Develops Nanosolutions for Addressing Problems with Cathode and Anode Materials in Batteries for Electric Vehicles
- Batteries for Desalinating Water
- Vulcan Develops VoltaNano for Enhancing Performance of Lead- Acid Batteries
- Startups and Universities at the Forefront of Nano-enabled Battery Research
- Nanotube-based Lithium-ion Batteries Capable of Ultra-fast Charging
- Novel Nanomaterials for Cathode and Anode in Li-ion Batteries
- Nanotubes for Flexible Batteries for use in Flexible Devices
- Innovative Nanotechnology-enabled Batteries
- Challenges in the Development of Nano-Enabled Batteries


- Nanotechnology: An Introduction
- Occurrence of Nanomaterials
- Types of Nanomaterials
- Application of Nanotechnology in Select Sectors
- Medicine
- Heavy Industries
- Consumer Goods
- Agriculture
- Energy Efficiency
- What can Nanotechnology do to Improve Battery Quality?
- Nano-enabled Batteries
- Introduction
- Conventional Batteries vs. Nano-enabled Batteries
- By Segment
- (i) Large Format Modules
- (ii) Customized Batteries
- Select Alliances in the US and Europe
- National Alliance for Advanced Transportation Battery Cell Manufacture
- National Alliance for Advanced Technology Batteries
- Nanotechnologies in Lithium-ion Batteries Partnership
- European Nanotechnology Trade Alliance
- Overview of End-Use Applications
- Nano-enabled Batteries in Portable Power Tools
- Applications in Automotive Industry
- Nanobatteries in Medical Devices


- Nano-Nouvelle Inks Agreements with High Performance Battery Manufacturers
- Kokam Conducts Ballistic Tests on Battery Cells Using Li-Ion NANO Battery Technology
- 3M Makes Investment in Nanoscale Components
- OBP to Launch EnergyCell Nano-Carbon Batteries
- A123 Systems Takes Over Leyden Energy's Battery Technology



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