Global Battery Chargers Market Report 2020: Product Innovations and Technology Developments Steer the Momentum

The “Battery Chargers – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global market for Battery Chargers is projected to reach US$26.5 billion by the year 2025, trailing a CAGR of 7.1% over the analysis period 2018 to 2025.

Batteries are omnipresent in this digital age of mobile computing. Smartphones, tablets, wearable’s, self-powered medical devices/implants & all electronic devices depend on batteries for power. Backup power solutions & automobiles i. e. conventional, hybrid and pure electric vehicles need batteries for operation. Automated material handling; forklifts; grid Energy Storage System (ESS) also need batteries. Robust demand for rechargeable batteries bodes well for market growth.

Rechargeable or secondary batteries constitute an important segment of the global batteries industry, and the demand for rechargeable batteries is witnessing rapid growth on the back of increasing sales of products that use these batteries. Unlike primary batteries that are known to

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Experience, charisma will steer NASA’s choice for first woman moonwalker

Sept. 23 (UPI) — Experience, charisma — and previous exposure to radiation in space — will guide NASA’s history-making decision to choose the first woman who walks on the moon, according to those familiar with space agency operations.

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has said the woman selected will be experienced and will have flown on space missions. Ten current astronauts meet that criteria, and more could soon.

In addition to expertise, NASA will look at the ability to perform well on high-profile missions and to connect with the public, space exploration observers said.

And, some of the most experienced astronauts could be ruled out if they have too much radiation exposure, according to space medicine experts.

Among the potential moon mission candidates, astronauts Christina Koch, 41, and Jessica Meir, 43, raised their profiles earlier this year by carrying out the first-ever all-female spacewalk while stationed on the International Space Station.

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