The Printed Battery Market is Segmented by Type (Rechargeable, Single Use), by Application (Wearable Electronics, Smart Packaging, Smart Cards, Wearable Electronics, RFID, Medical Devices): Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021–2028. It is published in Valuates Reports under the Energy & Utilities Category.
In 2020, the global Printed Battery market size was USD 107.1 Million and it is expected to reach USD 1541.9 Million by the end of 2027, with a CAGR of 45.8% during 2021-2027.
Major factors driving the growth of the printed battery market are:
Growing demand for wearables, ongoing miniaturization of electronic devices, surging demand for printed flexible batteries in IoT applications, and increasing use of printed flexible batteries in medical devices is driving the growth.
They have a number of advantages, including being thin, flexible, cost effective, simple to integrate and scalable printing processes. Furthermore, it is environmentally friendly. All these features are expected to further drive the growth of the printed battery market.
TRENDS INFLUENCING THE GROWTH OF THE PRINTED BATTERY MARKET:
Due to their compact structure, flexibility, and portability, printed batteries are a great alternative to traditional batteries. They are used in a variety of applications, including Smart Packaging, Smart Cards, Wearable Electronics, Medical Devices, and RFID, due to their properties. Thus the increasing application in various end-user industries is expected to drive the growth of the printed battery market.
Printed batteries are also sustainable and environmentally friendly, reducing material waste and allowing for faster production due to less complicated fabrication procedures. The rapid adoption of these batteries has occurred as a result of advancements in the Internet of Things (IoT) and wireless sensor technologies, which is another major factor driving the growth of the printed battery market.
The ongoing miniaturization of devices such as phones, watches, and medical devices has resulted in an increase in demand for miniaturized electronic components. This in turn is expected to drive the growth of the printed battery market. Around the world, various compact electronic systems and devices are being developed. Because traditional batteries make it difficult to reduce the size of electronic devices, there is a growing demand for printed flexible batteries that are small and light. Furthermore, the smaller form factors of implantable wearable devices necessitate the use of small batteries.
Because of advancements in IoT and wireless sensor technologies, wireless sensors are rapidly gaining traction around the world. Energy harvesting technologies such as thin film and printed flexible batteries are rapidly gaining traction as a viable power supply option for embedded systems, allowing wireless sensors to be used in previously unsuitable applications. Because of their superior form factors, ultra-thin profiles, and low leakage characteristics, micro-batteries enable energy harvesting. The market for thin-film and printed batteries is expected to grow as energy harvesting-based autonomous wireless sensors become more popular.
The expected growth of print is expected to be slow as the pandemic disrupts the supply chain and the adoption of thin-film and printed batteries. However, because flexible batteries are used in medical devices and smart packaging, the printed battery market is expected to recover in 2021. Furthermore, the Printed battery market is expected to grow due to the high demand for medical devices such as temperature patches during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PRINTED BATTERY MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS:
Based on application, wearable electronics are expected to be the most lucrative. Printable batteries are expected to see significant growth in electronic wearable devices. Traditional ones meet the power requirements, but they struggle to achieve the thinness, lightness, and flexibility that wearable devices demand. Printed batteries are ideal for wearable electronics because they are both lightweight and flexible.
Based on region, North America held the largest Printed Battery market share with about 59%. Europe is a follower, with a market share of about 23%.