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Power Supplies & Wireless Charging

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In the mature but dynamic power supply industry, emerging technologies such as LED and 5G, regulatory changes and green energy initiatives play an ever more considerable role. As well, the last several years have brought major changes in the landscape for wireless charging, with adoption increasing significantly as more consumers experience wireless charging for the first time and as the technology is implemented in new applications.

Stay up to date on power adapters, batteries, wireless power and charging and power supplies with our critical insights and in-depth analysis on the power market.
Insights

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  • April 04, 2019
    The interrelation of energy and technology is not new. However, CERAWeek seems primed to be at the nexus of these two disciplines in the future. I expect the increased presence of technology companies at future conferences, an even larger Agora, and a sharpened focus on transformational technologies like cloud services, IoT, AI, and robotics. This is true especially as cloud giants look to more fully penetrate markets beyond consumer and enterprise.
  • David Green | March 06, 2017
    2017 continues to show promise from OEMs when it comes to wireless charging technology, following the launch of the LG G6 and Moto Mod at MWC in Barcelona, in addition to Huawei joining the AirFuel Alliance.
  • David Green | February 13, 2017
    Apple Inc. became a member of the Wireless Power Consortium. This is the first time Apple have confirmed involvement with any wireless power standard body and points strongly to the expectation that the next iPhone will include wireless charging technology.

Reports

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  • Camron Barati, Julian Jansen | January 09, 2019
    The US battery energy storage industry continues to build momentum, with another record year in 2018. This report summarizes the past year of project, policy, and market developments, as well as our latest outlook.
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  • David Green | February 09, 2017
    This report covers the key applications in the market and assesses developments over the past 12-18 months. Interviews have been conducted with wireless charging specialists as well as wearable technology manufacturers to help IHS Markit present an accurate analysis of the market. The report also draws upon IHS Markit expertise in the general wearable technology and wireless power markets to form a solid base for forecasts and a credible opinion on potential market growth.
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  • November 10, 2016
    The market for wireless power and charging is developing rapidly, with adoption increasing and receiver shipments forecast to exceed 200 million units in 2016 in consumer applications. IHS Markit projects strong growth to continue, especially as the scope of wireless power application expands in to the industrial market.
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Presentations

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  • Wireless Charging Highlights
    David Green | February 29, 2016
    This presentation gives the wireless charging highlights from Mobile World Congress 2016, held in Barcelona from 22-25 February. This year’s show definitely represented a shift in phase for the wireless charging market.
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  • David Green | January 05, 2016
    Much has already been written about wireless charging for 2015 - huge growth, high-profile product launches and a move from industry push to consumer pull to name a few. But now at the start of 2016, IHS has set its sights on the next 12 months and has highlighted five key trends.
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    David Green is a research and analysis manager for the Smart Utilities Infrastructure team at IHS Markit.

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