The market for wireless power systems will soar to $23.7bn in 2015, according to analysts at IHS iSuppli.
Wireless power systems has been hampered by competing standards and slow adoption by major vendors, but are expected to grow from $123.9m last year (the first time figures were collected) to $885.8m in 2011.
IHS iSuppli predicts several years of triple digit growth before the market matures in the middle of the decade.
"Among the products, mobile phones will contribute the largest share of revenue to wireless charging - not only because of the large volume of mobile devices expected to benefit from the technology, but because of participation by name brands in manufacturing, providing much-needed market recognition in the process," said Tina Teng, senior analyst for wireless communications at IHS iSuppli.
"With the appeal of such solutions, companies are lining up to offer wireless charging despite various technological and standardisation issues slowing mass-market adoption."
The WPC published specifications last year for the Qi wireless power standard, which at five watts is most useful for mobile phones and gaming devices. The WPC is working on a more powerful standard for laptops and desktop systems.
HP is also in the market, using its own system on the TouchPad tablet , via an optional Touchstone wireless charging unit. Meanwhile, US firm Powermat has its own add-on products for wireless charging, and has sold around a million units.
Wireless chargers are of limited value until standards are widely addopted, since each device requires a compatible unit. But enough vendors are getting behind the technology for it to reach take-off point, the analyst house predicted.
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