Marine Battery Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis, By Ship Type(Commercial, and Defense), By Function(Starting, Deep Cycle) - Industry Forecast 2024-2031

Report ID: SQMIG10C2016 | Region: Global | Published Date: March, 2024
Pages: 178 | Tables: 62 | Figures: 75

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Marine Battery Market size was valued at USD 440 million in 2022 and is poised to grow from USD 528.88 million in 2023 to USD 2304.59 million by 2031, at a CAGR of 20.2% during the forecast period (2024-2031).

The marine battery market features a competitive landscape with the presence of several key players. These companies strive to gain a competitive edge by offering innovative marine battery solutions, expanding their product portfolios, and establishing strategic partnerships. leading players and notable companies engage in activities such as product development, technological advancements, mergers and acquisitions, and collaborations to maintain their market position and meet the evolving demands of the marine battery market. They focus on enhancing battery performance, improving energy storage capabilities, and ensuring compliance with stringent safety and environmental standards. Strategic partnerships between battery manufacturers and shipbuilders, naval organizations, and research institutions are also common in the marine battery market. These partnerships facilitate joint research and development efforts, technological exchange, and the integration of batteries into new vessel designs. 'Corvus Energy (Canada)', 'EnerSys (US)', 'Saft Groupe S.A. (France)', 'XALT Energy (Freudenberg Sealing Technologies) (US)', 'Akasol AG (Germany)', 'GS Yuasa Corporation (Japan)', 'Leclanché SA (Switzerland)', 'PBES (Plan B Energy Storage) (Norway)', 'Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG (Germany)', 'Toshiba Corporation (Japan)', 'Exide Technologies (US)', 'NorthStar Group Services, Inc. (US)', 'ABB Group (Switzerland)', 'Kokam Co., Ltd. (South Korea)', 'Aquion Energy (US)', 'Discover Battery (Canada)', 'Echandia Marine AB (Sweden)', 'Lifeline Batteries (US)', 'Mastervolt (Mastervolt B.V.) (Netherlands)', 'Trojan Battery Company (US)'

Increasing regulations aimed at reducing emissions from the maritime industry, such as the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) sulfur and greenhouse gas emission limits, are driving the adoption of marine batteries. Vessel operators are turning to cleaner energy solutions, including batteries, to comply with these regulations and reduce their carbon footprint.

Increasing Integration of Hybrid Power Systems: The marine industry is witnessing a trend towards the integration of hybrid power systems, combining marine batteries with other power sources such as fuel cells or solar panels. This hybridization approach allows for better energy management, improved efficiency, and extended vessel autonomy.

North America is the dominating region in the marine battery market. This region has a significant market share attributed to several factors. Firstly, North America has a well-established maritime industry, including commercial shipping, cruise liners, and defense vessels, which drive the demand for marine batteries. Secondly, stringent environmental regulations and sustainability initiatives in countries like the United States and Canada have accelerated the adoption of cleaner energy solutions, including marine batteries. North America is home to major battery manufacturers, technological advancements, and research and development activities, contributing to the region's dominance in the market. The presence of key players and favorable government initiatives further strengthens North America's position as a leading market for marine batteries.

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Global Marine Battery Market

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