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					Printed Battery Markets – 2011




ReportsnReports.com adds QYResearch Group Market Research Report “Printed Battery
Markets – 2011 ’’ to its store.

Printed batteries achieve low cost by adopting solution processing for manufacturing. They
also tend to have thin and flexible form factors. As a result this new kind of battery is
highly suitable for powering new high-volume electronics applications such as powered
smart cards, smart packaging, and disposable electronics.

NanoMarkets has been providing analysis of the printed battery sector for more than five
years and notes that after a long gestation period, these batteries are now shipping. With
this in mind, NanoMarkets is publishing this new report on emerging business opportunities
in the printed battery sector. In the markets in which they will compete, printable batteries
will face significant competition, both from conventional batteries and from higher-
performance thin-film batteries. As a result, key objectives of this report are to identify
where the market sweet spots are for printed batteries and where the acceptable price
points for these new devices are to be found. Another goal of the report is to analyze the
product/ market strategies that are currently being utilized by leading players in the printed
battery space.

The report also provides an assessment of the latest technology and product directions in
the printed battery sector. In particular, we consider the commercial impact of future
printable electrolytes and the development of related energy storage devices – such as
supercapacitors – that use printing in a major part of their manufacturing. In common with
other NanoMarkets reports, this report on printable batteries also includes a granular eight-
year forecast of shipments and an assessment of new technologies and products. This
report is part of NanoMarkets ongoing covering of emerging energy storage markets that
are enabled by developments in the advanced materials sector. NanoMarkets will also soon
publish companion reports on markets for thin-film batteries and new electrode materials
for lithium batteries.

Table Of Contents

Executive Summary
E.1 Printed battery markets: developments in the past year
E.2 Opportunities ahead for printed batteries
E.3 Printed batteries as a driver for functional printing
E.4 Companies to watch in the printed batteries industry
E.4.1 Important alliances in the printed battery sector
E.4.2 Financing trends for printed battery firms
E.5 Summary of eight-year printed battery market forecasts

Chapter One Introduction
1.1 Background to this report
1.1.1 Some definitions: not all thin-film batteries are printed
1.2 Objective and scope of this report
1.3 Methodology of this report
1.4 Plan of this report

Chapter Two Evolution of Printed Battery Technology
2.1 Printed battery chemistries
2.1.1 Zinc manganese dioxide/carbon zinc
2.1.2 Other chemistries
2.1.3 Prospects for printed electrolytes
2.1.4 Printed supercapacitors
2.2 How the latest functional printing technology enables printed batteries
2.2.1 Functional printing technologies currently used for printed batteries
2.2.2 Future printing technologies for printed batteries
2.3 Current and future economics of printed battery technology
2.4 Performance limitations of printed batteries and expected future improvements
2.5 Printed batteries and energy harvesting
2.5.1 Printed hybrid battery/PV technologies
2.5.2 Other uses of printed batteries in energy harvesting environments
2.6 Will all thin-film batteries eventually be printed?
2.7 Key points in this chapter

Chapter Three Applications and Drivers for Printed Batteries
3.1 Powered smartcards: Killer app for printed batteries?
3.1.1 Inductive power isn’t enough: Why smart cards will need batteries
3.1.2 Printed battery firms targeting smartcards and their strategies
3.2 Is there still a market for printed batteries in the RFID sector?
3.2.1 Potential advantages of printed batteries over existing battery technology for active
RFID and battery-assisted tags
3.2.2 Printed battery firms targeting RFID and their strategies
3.3 Medical and pharmaceutical patches
3.3.1 Printed battery firms targeting patches and their strategies
3.4 Other markets and applications for printed batteries: actual and potential
3.4.2 Electronic labels and smart shelves
3.4.3 Smart packaging
3.4.4 Smart bandages
3.4.5 Disposable electronics: Toys, greeting cards, etc.
3.4.6 Sensors
3.5 Key points in this chapter

Chapter Four Eight-Year Forecasts of Printed Battery Markets
4.1 Forecasting methodology
4.2 Eight-Year forecast of printed battery consumption by smartcard sector
4.3 Eight-year forecast of printed battery consumption by the RFID Sector
4.4 Eight-year forecast of other retail applications for printed batteries
4.4.1 Smart shelves
4.4.2 Smart packaging
4.5 Eight-year forecast of medical and cosmetic devices
4.5.1 Patches
    4.5.2 Smart bandages
    4.6 Eight-year forecast for other printed battery applications
    4.6.1 Disposable electronics
    4.6.2 Sensors
    4.6.3 Notes on future products and markets
    4.7 Eight-year forecast of printed batteries by chemistry

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Description: Printed batteries achieve low cost by adopting solution processing for manufacturing. They also tend to have thin and flexible form factors. As a result this new kind of battery is highly suitable for powering new high-volume electronics applications such as powered smart cards, smart packaging, and disposable electronics.