Insights into the Worldwide Supercapacitors Industry to 2026 - COVID-19 has had an Adverse Impact on the Market


Dublin, May 25, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Supercapacitors Market - Products, Modules and Applications" report has been added to's offering.

The global market for supercapacitors is the largest, as also the fastest growing, in Asia-Pacific. However, the adverse impact upon every industry caused by the Covid-19 outbreak in China in December 2019 has left its mark on the demand for supercapacitors also. While before the incidence of this pandemic the market for supercapacitors presented a rosy picture, with high double-digit growth rates in the range of 25%-35%, these trends would now be difficult to sustain. Countries across the globe are facing challenging medium-term futures and recovery could take anywhere from one to three years, again based on what the trajectory of a particular region's economy was before this devastating outbreak.

Western Europe and the United States seem to have been more badly affected than Asian regions, though it is still early days as far as any abatement of the contagion is expected. However, many countries have now started opening up their industrial activity in a bid to revive sagging markets and hopefully others, too, would join in and make this a concerted effort.

The Automotive & Transportation sector is expected to be the fastest-growing market for Supercapacitors, the global demand for which is anticipated to compound annually at 16.6% during 2019-2026 in reaching a projected US$2.7 billion by 2026. The overall global market for Supercapacitors is expected to exceed US$3 billion in 2020.

Research Findings &Coverage

  • Supercapacitors global market research report analyzes the market with respect to product types, module types and end-use vertical
  • The market size of Supercapacitors is estimated in this report by product type, module type and end-use vertical across all major countries
  • Revolutionary Supercapacitor with Ten Times More Energy Density Developed
  • Carbon Nanowalls and Carbon Nanotubes the Latest Advancements in Supercapacitors
  • Thanks to Supercapacitors, Potential for Battery-Free Electric Cars Bright
  • Metal Nanoparticles in Paper-Based Supercapacitors Enable in Improving Energy Density
  • Key business trends focusing on product innovations/developments, M&As, JVs and other recent industry developments
  • Major companies profiled - 35
  • The industry guide includes the contact details for 101 companies

Key Topics Covered:


1.1 Product Outline
1.1.1 An Introduction to Supercapacitors Storage of Electric Charge A Brief History of Supercapacitors A Comparison Between Supercapacitors and Batteries as Electrical Energy Storage Devices Faradaic and Non-Faradaic Processes Types of Capacitors and Batteries Comparison of Properties Between Electrochemical Capacitors and Batteries
1.1.2 Types of Supercapacitors Electrochemical Double-Layer Capacitors (EDLCs) Pseudo Capacitors Hybrid Capacitors Composite Hybrid Supercapacitors Asymmetric Hybrid Supercapacitors Battery-Type Hybrid Supercapacitors Supercapacitor Electrode Materials Carbon-Based Electrode Materials Activated carbon (AC) Carbon Aerogels Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) Graphene Conducting Polymers Polyaniline (PANi) Polypyrrole (PPy) Metal Oxides Composites Electrolytes Aqueous Electrolytes Organic Electrolytes Ionic Liquid Electrolytes Separators
1.1.3 Supercapacitor Modules Overview Lifetime Voltage Charging Ambient Temperature Series and Parallel Configurations Factors to be Considered During Installation Self-Discharge and Leakage Current Module Management System and Cell Balancing
1.1.4 Applications for Supercapacitors by Vertical Sector Aerospace, Military & Defense Automotive & Transportation Consumer Electronics and Industrial Equipment Using Supercapacitors Real-Time Clocks Car Audio Systems, Taxi Meters and Emergency Lighting Hospitals and Medical Life-Sustaining Equipment Remote Solar-Powered Installations and Roadside Emergency Telephones Cameras, Programmable Pocket Calculators, Electronic Agendas and Mobile Phones Flashlights Optimization of Size, Weight and Cost Rapid Charging and Discharging Increasing Life Expectancy and Operating Time of Batteries Energy Other Verticals

2.1 Revolutionary Supercapacitor with Ten Times More Energy Density Developed
2.2 Current and Future Prospects of Carbon-Based Electrode Materials for Microsupercapacitors in Self-Powering Sensor Networks
2.3 Carbon Nanowalls and Carbon Nanotubes the Latest Advancements in Supercapacitors
2.4 Thanks to Supercapacitors, Potential for Battery-Free Electric Cars Bright
2.5 New Generation of Wearable Electronics Bolstered by Flexible, Solar-Powered Supercapacitors
2.6 3D-Printed Supercapacitor Electrode Shows Unmatched Lab Performance
2.7 Metal Nanoparticles in Paper-Based Supercapacitors Enable in Improving Energy Density


  • Eaton Corporation Plc (Ireland)
  • Ioxus Inc (United States)
  • KEMET Electronics Corporation (United States)
  • Korchip Corporation (South Korea)
  • LS Mtron Ltd. (South Korea)
  • LS Ultracapacitor (South Korea)
  • Maxwell Technologies, Inc. (United States)
  • Nesscap Co., Ltd (South Korea)
  • Panasonic Corporation (Japan)
  • SEIKO Instruments, Inc. (Japan)
  • Skeleton Technologies GmbH (Germany)
  • SPEL Technologies Private Ltd. (India)
  • Tecate Group (United States)
  • Vinatech Co., Ltd. (South Korea)
  • Yunasko Ltd (United Kingdom)


  • Murata Makes Two New Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors for Automotive Applications
  • Ioxus Acquired by XS Power Batteries
  • Skeleton Technologies Unveils SkelMod 131V Ultracapacitor
  • Kyocera Corporation Acquires AVX Corporation
  • Skeleton Technologies Develops SkelMod 17V 533F Ultracapacitor Module
  • Skeleton Technologies to Supply Ultracapacitor Modules to Attabotics, Inc
  • Skeleton Technologies and Medcom Join Hands-on Ultracapacitors
  • VINATech Participates in JAPAN International Exhibition
  • Evans Capacitor Company Receives $7 Million in Follow on Orders from Northrop Grumman
  • Skeleton Technologies Unveils SkelCap SCA0300 Ultracapacitor
  • Muratas Supercapacitor Production Lines Acquired by CAP-XX
  • VINATech Unveils New 3.8V Hybrid Capacitors VPC Series
  • Chengdu OK New Energy Acquired by AVX Corporation
  • Integration of Maxwells Ultracapacitor Business into Tesla
  • Skeleton Technologies Agrees to Supply Ultracapacitors to koda Electric
  • Latest Release of the XLR-51 Supercapacitor Module by Eaton
  • Maxwell Technologies Acquired by Tesla
  • United Energy Inaugurates Research & Development Production Base for Ultracapacitors
  • First Successful Space Launch of HCCCap Space-grade Super Capacitor Power Supply System
  • Wuxi Murata to Establish New Capacitor Production Center
  • HCC Energy Tech. Co., Ltd Starts Construction of R & D and Production Base for HCCCap
  • Successful Launch of HCCCap Multi-Satellite Separation Ultracapacitor Power System
  • Wrights Group Ltd to Receive Ultracapacitors from Skeleton Technologies
  • Dimac Red S.p.A and Skeleton Technologies Collaborate
  • Brush Traction Selects Skeleton Technologies for Ultracapacitors
  • Nanoramic Laboratories Closed a Series D $5 Million Investment Round
  • Eatons XLM Supercapacitor Completes the CE Mark Self-Certification
  • Skeleton Technologies and MJR Commercialize Ultracapacitors
  • AVX Increases Maximum Operating Temperatures for TWD High-Temp Max-Cap Supercapacitors
  • Menestor S.r.o and Skeleton Technologies Enter into Partnership
  • Maxwell Joined Forces with Zhejiang Geely Holding Group
  • FastCAP Systems is Now Nanoramic Laboratories
  • Industrys First 3V Thin Prismatic Supercapacitors Developed by CAP-XX
  • Panasonics Gold Caps to be Replaced by Korchip Supercapacitors
  • High-Power, High-Energy Applications to Use Eatons 3.0 V XT Supercapacitor
  • Successful Launch of Two Space Satellites Using Enhanced HCCCap Supercapacitor Power Supply
  • Launch of NTU-Blue Solutions Flash Shuttle Equipped with Supercapacitors and a LMP Battery
  • Launch of Beijing Hezhong Huineng Technologys HCCCap Integrated Supercapacitor Backup Power Module
  • CAP-XXs First Large Order for Mass Produced Thinline Supercapacitors
  • L3-HAPLS Petawatt Laser System Delivered to ELI Beamlines Research Center
  • LS Mtron Introduces New LSUC 3.0V 100F Snap-in Type Cell
  • NEC TOKIN Acquired by KEMET
  • Launch of CAP-XX First Compact Cylindrical Supercapacitors
  • Skeleton Technologies Opens the Largest Supercapacitor Facility in Europe
  • UL Certification for LS Mtrons Seven Ultracapacitor Products

5.1 Global Supercapacitors Market Overview by Product Type
5.1.1 Supercapacitors' Product Type Market Overview by Global Region Electrochemical Double-Layer Capacitors (EDLCs) Hybrid Capacitors Pseudo Capacitors
5.2 Global Supercapacitors Market Overview by Module Type
5.2.1 Supercapacitors' Module Type Market Overview by Global Region Below 10 Volts Module Supercapacitors 10-25 Volts Module Supercapacitors 25-50 Volts Module Supercapacitors 50-100 Volts Module Supercapacitors Above 100 Volts Module Supercapacitors
5.3 Global Supercapacitors Market Overview by Vertical Sector
5.3.1 Supercapacitors' Vertical Sector Market Overview by Global Region Aerospace, Military & Defense Automotive & Transportation Consumer Electronics Energy Industrial Other Verticals








1. North America
2. Europe
3. Asia-Pacific
4. Rest Of World

1. Research Methodology
2. Feedback

Companies Mentioned

  • AVX Corporation
  • Beijing HCC Energy Tech. Co., Ltd.
  • CAP-XX Ltd
  • Eaton Corporation Plc
  • Elna Co., Ltd.
  • Evans Capacitor Company
  • FastCAP Ultracapacitors
  • Ioxus Inc
  • Jinzhou Kaimei Power Co., Ltd.
  • KEMET Electronics Corporation
  • Korchip Corporation
  • Liaoning Brother Electronics Technology Co., Ltd
  • LS Mtron Ltd.
  • LS Ultracapacitor
  • Maxwell Technologies, Inc.
  • Mouser Electronics, Inc.
  • Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
  • Nanoramic Laboratories
  • Nantong Jianghai Capacitor Co., Ltd.
  • Nesscap Co., Ltd
  • Nippon Chemi-Con Corporation
  • Panasonic Corporation
  • Seattle Electronics Manufacturing Group (HK) Co., Ltd
  • SEIKO Instruments, Inc.
  • Shanghai Aowei Technology Development Co., Ltd.
  • Shanghai Green Tech Co Ltd (GTCAP)
  • Shanghai Pluspark Electronics Co., Ltd.
  • Shenzhen Topmay Electronic Co., Ltd
  • Skeleton Technologies GmbH
  • SPEL Technologies Private Ltd.
  • Supreme Power Solutions Co., Ltd
  • Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd.
  • Tecate Group
  • Vinatech Co., Ltd.
  • Yunasko Ltd

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