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Energy Storage Subdivision Industries Are Making Efforts to Make the Blue Ocean Bigger
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At present, the shipments of portable energy storage products are already considerable. But on the application side, the penetration rates in outdoor scenarios and home emergency scenarios are only 2.3% and 3% respectively.

At present, the shipments of portable energy storage products are already considerable. But on the application side, the penetration rates in outdoor scenarios and home emergency scenarios are only 2.3% and 3% respectively.

New entrants are gradually increasing and competition will become fierce.

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