Top 7 Vendors in the Electric Double-layer Capacitor Market From 2017 to 2021 | Technavio

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has announced the top seven leading vendors in their recent global
electric double-layer capacitor (EDLC) market
report. This
research report also lists nine other prominent vendors that are
expected to impact the market during the forecast period.

EDLCs have the energy storage properties of batteries and the power
discharge characteristics of capacitors. The main reason for the rapid
growth of the global EDLC market is the growing demand for compact and
energy-efficient storage devices across the end-user segments. Electric
vehicles, consumer electronics, power utilities, and transportation are
some of the end-user segments of the market.

Competitive vendor landscape

The global EDLC
is fragmented with the presence of numerous vendors. The
market is still in its nascent stage. The adoption of this technology is
restricted to developed regions such as Western Europe and North America
and a few countries of Asia like Japan, South Korea, and China. Vendors
have started offering devices that use nontoxic electrolytes. This makes
these devices nonflammable.

“Most vendors in the global EDLC market are well established in the
batteries and energy storage devices industries. To capitalize this
emerging technology, companies are investing heavily in their R&D.
Especially, companies like Maxwell Technologies, Nippon Chemi-Con,
Skeleton Technologies, and Panasonic have strong footholds in the
market. Recently, Maxwell Technologies has doubled its production to
address the increasing demand for its EDLCs in various segments of the
says Sunil Kumar Singh, a lead embedded
research analyst from Technavio.

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Top seven EDLC market vendors

Maxwell Technologies

Maxwell Technologies started as a government contractor, providing
advanced physics, pulsed power, space effects analysis, and other R&D
services to the US military and other government agencies. In the early
1990s, the company was converted into a commercial organization.
Currently, it offers products for commercial applications and generates
most of its revenue from this. It primarily focuses on commercializing
EDLCs, high voltage capacitors, and microelectronic components and
systems in the market.

Murata Manufacturing

Murata Manufacturing is primarily engaged in the electronic parts
business. Electronic parts manufacture and sale: It is involved in the
development, manufacture, and sales of electronic parts, including
components for capacitors and piezoelectric products. It is engaged in
staff welfare benefits, education training programs, manpower
dispatching services, maintenance and cleaning of facilities services,
leasing and management of real estate, development of software, and
provision of contract analysis service of electronic parts.

Nesscap Energy

Nesscap Energy is a leading developer and manufacturer of EDLCs. It is
partnered with Hyundai Motor, a global automotive manufacturer, to
develop EDLCs for hybrid electric vehicles manufactured by Hyundai
Motor. In addition, Nesscap Energy is well positioned to take advantage
of the rapid market growth for EDLCs in nontraditional markets such as
the market in China.


NEC TOKIN manufactures electronic components and devices. The product
portfolio of the company includes conductive polymers, tantalum
capacitors, super capacitors, tantalum capacitors, and proadlizers. It
also offers transformers, choke coils, EMI countermeasure parts,
piezoelectric ceramics, piezoelectric inverters for cold cathode tubes,
multilayer piezoelectric actuators, and flex suppressors.

Nippon Chemi-Con

Nippon Chemi-Con has developed various electronic components, starting
from aluminum electrolytic capacitors. It has made various changes to
adapt itself to the globalized environment and has developed new
technologies in the electronics industry. It has a well-established
presence across the globe.


Panasonic is involved in the manufacture of EDLCs that are used for
power supply purposes in heavy applications. The group has its presence
in the Americas, Europe, Japan, East Asia, South Asia, and Oceania. It
is one of the group companies under Panasonic that is comprised of more
than 680 companies involved in the manufacturing of electronic products.

Skeleton Technologies

Skeleton Technologies manufactures and develops EDLCs with high energy
and power density. The company serves the transportation, automotive,
industrial, and renewable energy markets and provides green and
cost-effective storages to them. It also offers high-end carbon and
adsorption materials.

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