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Finding the Perfect Partner in the Global Grid Storage Market

In the congealing global grid storage market,technology developers seek high-profile corporate partners to develop and market their wares while multi-national conglomerates target start-ups to access innovative IP at bargain prices. The 877 organizations and 949 strategic relationships that makeup the grid storage partnership network have evolved from a scatter plot of islanded developers into a spiderweb of interrelated partnerships. Weeding out the organizations with high potential from those without is essential to finding the right partner to improve technological performance and expand into new market segments. We used the Lux Innovation Grid technology value and business execution scores to extract top partnership prospects for the myriad suitors in the global grid storage network to highlight unique opportunities for strategic and prosperous long-term relationships.

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary
      • The Complex Grid Storage Partnership Network can be Understood Only When Parsed into Regional Geographies and Technology Types
      • We Used the Lux Innovation Grid (LIG) Scoring Metric to Narrow Down Our List of Technology Developers to Those with the Most Promise
  • Landscape
    • Despite Approaching Maturity, the Grid Storage Sector has been Rampant with Bankruptcies, Fires, and Geographical Shifts
      • Using quantitative Analysis of the Existing Network and Our Lux Innovation Grid (LIG ) Scoring Metric, We Are Able to Unearth Trends and Opportunities for Technology Developers and Corporations
      • The Global Grid Storage Partnership Map is a Densely Populated Large, Central-Cluster Mega-Cluster with Numerous Strings around Its Perimeter
      • Technology Developers Seek Partnerships to Improve Their Technologies and Access New Customers
    • We Broke the Network into its Constituent Parts to Reveal Clusters of Innovation Among Competitive Isolation
      • Geographical Segmentation Reveals a Highly Fragmented Network in Europe Compared to Highly Centralized Clusters in the Americas and Asia Anchored by Government Funding and Universities
      • The European Market Potential is Small, but Growing Despite Its Fragmentation
      • The Americas Still Relies upon National and Local Policies to Move Research and Pilot Projects Forward
      • Asian Market Goes Back to the Drawing Board
      • The Global Lithium-Ion Network is Dissolving into a Tighter Web of Larger Corporations, while Alternative Technologies are Spinning New, Innovation-Driven Webs of Their Own
    • Landscape Conclusions
  • Analysis
    • The LIG Scoring System Provides a Quantitative Indicator to Evaluate Organizations as Potential Partners
      • We Mapped the Technology Developers with the Highest and Lowest Scores on the LIG
    • The LIG Scoring Metric Ranks the Companies with the Highest and Lowest Potential
      • The Companies with the Strongest and Weakest Partnership Scores Illustrate Opportunities and Red Flags
      • After Ranking Each Company by the LIG Criteria, We Mapped Them across Four Quadrants
      • The LIG Scoring Metric can be Used to Quickly Draw Organizations to the Surface with High Potential
    • Analysis Conclusions
  • Outlook
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