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Consumer electronics has been the dominant applications for batteries, but now the U.S. energy storage market may enter a new growth stage as the world unites to beat a path to a carbon-free earth spurred by the historic climate accord signed in late 2015. Nearly half of all globally manufactured automobiles will be electric according to Tesla[1]; if true, this could super-charge the demand for lithium-ion batteries by four-fold in the coming years[2]. The race is also on for batteries to help utilities trying to balance loading during peak hours and prevent blackouts amid efforts to move to a smarter grid[3]. As battery technology advances and new applications follow suit, makers of energy storage devices and battery materials should be well-positioned to tap into emerging opportunities. With the U.S. estimated to deploy 861 megawatts in storage capacity by 2018, the market demand for energy storage solutions is expected to grow to more than 11 times its size a few years ago.[4] See more
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Weight Segment & Stocks Symbol 1 MO / 1 YR Return
40.3% Industrial Solutions 12.2%
22.5% Enersys ENS 0.3%
8.7% 8xxxxxx 8xxxx 8xxxxxx 8xxx 8xxx 88.8%
7.1% 8xxx 8xxxx 8xxx 8xxx 88.8%
2.1% 8xxxxxxx 8xxxxx 8xxx 8xxx 88.8%
32.3% Automotive Batteries 0.6%
16.6% Tesla Inc. TSLA 11.6%
10.7% 8xxxxxx 8xxxxxxx 8xxxxxxxxxxxx 8xx 8xx 88.8%
2.8% 8xxxx 8xxxxxxxxxxx 8xxxx 8xxx 8xxx 88.8%
2.2% 8xxxxxxxxxxxx 8xxx 8xxx 88.8%
23.3% Consumer Applications 6.1%
19.9% Energizer Holdings Inc. ENR 11.0%
1.9% 8xxxx 8xx 8xxxx 8xxxxxxxxxxxx 8xxxxxx 8xxx 88.8%
1.5% 8xx 8xxxx 8xxx 8xx 88.8%
4.1% Battery Materials 29.2%
2.2% 8xxxxxxxx 8xxxxxxxxxx 8xx 88.8%
1.9% 8xxxxxxx 8xxxxxx 8 8xxxxx 8xxx 8xx 88.8%

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