Pike Research

Advanced Batteries for utility-scale applications in Asia Pacific will surpass 25-GW in installed capacity by 2022, according to Navigant subsidiary, Pike Research.
Reports from Pike Research say that the market for smart grid technologies will grow to USD73 billion by the end of 2020, while it also projects revenues from microgrids will reach USD12.7 billion in 2018.
Although sales of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) have been slower than hoped by many countries, particularly China, the market is still expected to grow, especially as the worldwide economy improves and battery prices come down, according to Pike Research.
A new report from Pike Research says that over the next 40 years the global urban landscape will be dominated by smart cities and mega-cities.
A new study from  Pike Research says that plans by The Chinese government and State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) to upgrade its electricity network means the installed base of smart meters should reach 377 million by 2020.
China accounted for 81 percent of 2012 global sales of e-scooters and e-motorcycles, making it the one exception in a slow, but steadily growing, global market for the machines, according to Pike Research.
According to a report from Pike Research annual shipments of fuel cell systems will grow rapidly over the next five years, from less than 29,000 in 2012 to more than 600,000 in 2017.
New research suggests that the global commercial biogas market will more than double in the next ten years to 29.5-GW. The report, Renewable Biogas, from Pike Research concludes that, in particular, municipal organic waste and wastewater treatment are poised for significant growth across Asia Pacific.
New research says that Asia's energy storage systems (ESS) market will be worth over USD12 billion by 2022. Pike Research says that while there might be differing drivers, many Asian countries are waking up to the value of ESS, although some are faster than others.
According to a recent report from Pike Research, a part of Navigant’s Energy Practice, investment in energy-efficient telecom network infrastructure will reach USD194 billion annually by 2016. All told, these investments could reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the telecom industry by 32 percent by 2016 compared to a business-as-usual scenario, the study concludes.