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Second Life Battery Report - 2019

Second life batteries could meet battery demand from stationary storage by 2025

May 29, 2019  | Subscribers Only

Julian Jansen Julian Jansen Research & Analysis Manager - Energy Storage, IHS Markit
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This report provides a detailed evaluation of the development and future potential of second life batteries in the stationary energy storage sector.  Based on the outlook for the global electric vehicle market and the demands from the stationary energy storage industry, the reports highlights future availability and technical requirements of second life batteries. Additionally, it provides a concise analysis of current projects, pricing and costs.

Julian Jansen

Research & Analysis Manager - Energy Storage, IHS Markit

Julian Jansen leads global research on stationary energy storage at IHS Markit.

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