Next-Generation Battery Material Technology Growth Opportunities

Next-Generation Battery Material Technology Growth Opportunities

Advances in Energy and Power Density, Cycle Life, and Safety of Next-gen Batteries to Address Customer Needs across Diverse Applications

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With the growing demand for electric vehicles (EVs) and renewable energy storage systems, the need for high-performance batteries is increasing. The shift toward improved battery technologies with higher energy density, longer lifespan, and increased safety is pushing technical advancements in next-generation (next-gen) battery material technologies. Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries are extensively used in EVs, mobile gadgets, and energy storage systems. However, this technology has limitations in terms of energy capacity, recharging time, overheating, and thermal runaway, which can cause fires or explosions. Emerging materials include advancements that can overcome the challenges of conventional battery material degradation and the risk of thermal runaway.

Materials such as cobalt, nickel, and lithium can have a negative impact on the environment during extraction and processing. Sustainability and environmental impact are becoming more critical considerations in battery material development. Emphasis on developing materials that are less dependent on scarce or toxic elements is increasing.

Frost & Sullivan’s “Next-Generation Battery Material Technology Growth Opportunities” research identifies and analyzes technology advancements in materials used in emerging battery technologies. These technological advancements are dedicated to next-gen battery materials for solid-state, metal-air, lithium-sulfur, and sodium-ion batteries. The study provides insights on key focus areas of the technology, their challenges, and adoption strategies for better utility. The commercial landscape of technological advancements in next-gen battery materials is also covered.

Frost & Sullivan has identified key areas of technology development for next-gen battery materials, categorized into different domains, such as 1) components including cathode, anode, electrolytes and separators; 2) battery technologies including solid-state, metal-air, lithium-sulfur, and sodium-ion batteries; 3) application markets including electric vehicles, consumer electronics, aerospace, defense, medical devices, and grid storage. Governments and battery developers worldwide have recognized the significance of these advanced battery materials technologies and their disruption potential in renewable energy integration, electric vehicles, and grid-scale storage. Governments have initiated funding programs and grants for research institutes and material developers to promote research and the development of next-gen battery materials.

Key Questions Addressed:

What are the emerging technologies for next-gen battery materials?
What are the R&D efforts in new material innovation for improved battery materials?
What are the new trends in next-gen battery materials and application along with their commercialization stage?
What are the growth opportunities for technology developers in the next-gen battery materials technologies?

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?The Strategic Imperative 8™: Factors Creating Pressure on Growth

The Strategic Imperative 8™

Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Next-generation (Next-gen) Battery Materials Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Methodology

Scope of Analysis

Segmentation

Significant Growth of Next-gen Battery R&D in the Last 5 Years

The Challenges of Conventional Battery Materials

SSB Technology Outlook

Metal-air Battery Technology Outlook

Li-S Battery Technology Outlook

Na-ion Battery (NIB) Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Material Development Enhancing the Overall Economic Viability of Energy Storage Systems

Key Differentiating Factors of Next-gen Battery Materials

Emerging Next-gen Battery Material Technological Development to Overcome Restraints and Address Unmet Needs

Emerging Next-gen Battery Material Technological Development to Overcome Restraints and Address Unmet Needs (continued)

Next-gen Battery Material Technology Growth Drivers

Next-gen Battery Material Technology Growth Restraints

Anode Material Technology Outlook

Anode Material Technology Outlook (continued)

Anode Material Technology Segmentation

Metal/Metalloid-based Anode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Metal/Metalloids

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Metal/Metalloids (continued)

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Metal/Metalloid (continued)

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Metal/Metalloid (continued)

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Metal/Metalloid (continued)

Non-metal-based Anode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Non-metals

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Non-metals (continued)

Polymer-based Anode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Polymers

Composite-based Anode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Composites

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Composites (continued)

Nanomaterial-based Anode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Nanomaterials

Next-gen Battery Anode Materials: Nanomaterials (continued)

The Top 3 Promising Anode Material Technologies—Analyst Insights

Key Stakeholders Developing Anode Material Technology for Next-gen Batteries

Key Stakeholders Developing Anode Materials Technology for Next-gen Batteries (continued)

Cathode Material Technology Outlook

Cathode Material Technology Outlook (continued)

Cathode Material Technology Segmentation

Sulfur-based Cathode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Sulfur

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Sulfur (continued)

Transition Metal-based Cathode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Transition Metals

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Transition Metals (continued)

Metal Oxide-based Cathode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Metal Oxides

Polymer-based Cathode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Polymers

Ceramic-based Cathode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Ceramics

Nanomaterial-based Cathode Material Technology Outlook

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Nanomaterials

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Nanomaterials (continued)

Next-gen Battery Cathode Materials: Nanomaterials (continued)

The Top 3 Promising Cathode Material Technologies—Analyst Insights

Key Stakeholders Developing Cathode Materials Technology for Next-gen Batteries

Key Stakeholders Developing Cathode Materials Technology for Next-gen Batteries (continued)

Electrolyte Material Technology Outlook

Electrolyte Material Technology Outlook (continued)

Electrolytes Materials Technology Segmentation

Inorganic Solid Electrolyte Technology Outlook

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Inorganic Solid Electrolytes

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Inorganic Solid Electrolytes (continued)

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Inorganic Solid Electrolytes (continued)

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Inorganic Solid Electrolytes (continued)

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Inorganic Solid Electrolytes (continued)

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Inorganic Solid Electrolytes (continued)

Polymer Electrolyte Technology Outlook

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Polymer-based

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Polymer-based (continued)

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Polymer-based (continued)

Nitrile-based Electrolyte Technology Outlook

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Nitrile-based

Li Salt Electrolyte Technology Outlook

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Li Salts

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Li Salts (continued)

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Li Salts (continued)

Other Electrolytes Technology Outlook

Next-gen Electrolyte Materials: Others

The Top 3 Promising Electrolyte Material Technologies—Analyst Insights

Key Stakeholders Developing Electrolyte Material Technology for Next-gen Batteries

Key Stakeholders Developing Electrolytes Materials Technology for Next-Gen Batteries (continued)

Separator Material Technology Outlook

Separator Material Technology Outlook (continued)

Separator Material Technology Segmentation

Polymer Separator Technology Outlook

Next-gen Separator Materials: Polymers

Next-gen Separator Materials: Polymers (continued)

Next-gen Separator Materials: Polymers (continued)

Composite Separator Technology Outlook

Next-gen Separator Materials: Composites

Next-gen Separator Materials: Composites (continued)

NASICON Separator Technology Outlook

Next-gen Separator Materials: NASICON

Transition Metal Separator Technology Outlook

Next-gen Separator Materials: Transition Metals

Next-gen Separator Materials: Transition Metals (continued)

Nitride Separator Technology Outlook

Next-gen Separator Materials: Nitrides

Nanomaterial-based Separator Technology Outlook

Next-gen Separator Materials: Nanomaterials

Next-gen Separator Materials: Nanomaterials (continued)

Next-gen Separator Materials: Nanomaterials (continued)

The Top 3 Promising Cathode Material Technologies—Analyst Insights

Key Stakeholders Developing Separator Material Technology for Next-gen Batteries

Key Stakeholders Developing Separator Materials Technology for Next-gen Batteries (continued)

Next-gen Battery Material Funding and Investment Outlook, 2019–2023

Next-gen Battery Material Funding and Investment Outlook, 2019–2023 (continued)

Key Funding Activities for Next-gen Battery Materials

Key Funding Activities for Next-gen Battery Materials (continued)

Key Funding Activities for Next-gen Battery Materials (continued)

Key Funding Activities for Next-gen Battery Materials (continued)

Global Next-gen Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023

Global Next-gen Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023 (continued)

Global Next-gen Anode Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023

Global Next-gen Anode Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023 (continued)

Global Next-gen Cathode Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023

Global Next-gen Cathode Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023 (continued)

Global Next-gen Electrolyte Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023

Global Next-gen Electrolyte Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023 (continued)

Global Next-gen Separator Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023

Global Next-gen Separator Battery Materials IP Analysis from 2019 to 2023 (continued)

Growth Opportunity 1: Advanced Polymer Electrolytes and New Processing Methods

Growth Opportunity 1: Advanced Polymer Electrolytes and New Processing Methods (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Nano-based Anodes and Cathodes Development and Commercialization

Growth Opportunity 2: Nano-based Anodes and Cathodes Development and Commercialization (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Highly Precise Material Thickness, Composition, and Morphology

Growth Opportunity 3: Highly Precise Material Thickness, Composition, and Morphology (continued)

Technology Readiness Levels (TRL): Explanation

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With the growing demand for electric vehicles (EVs) and renewable energy storage systems, the need for high-performance batteries is increasing. The shift toward improved battery technologies with higher energy density, longer lifespan, and increased safety is pushing technical advancements in next-generation (next-gen) battery material technologies. Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries are extensively used in EVs, mobile gadgets, and energy storage systems. However, this technology has limitations in terms of energy capacity, recharging time, overheating, and thermal runaway, which can cause fires or explosions. Emerging materials include advancements that can overcome the challenges of conventional battery material degradation and the risk of thermal runaway. Materials such as cobalt, nickel, and lithium can have a negative impact on the environment during extraction and processing. Sustainability and environmental impact are becoming more critical considerations in battery material development. Emphasis on developing materials that are less dependent on scarce or toxic elements is increasing. Frost & Sullivan s Next-Generation Battery Material Technology Growth Opportunities research identifies and analyzes technology advancements in materials used in emerging battery technologies. These technological advancements are dedicated to next-gen battery materials for solid-state, metal-air, lithium-sulfur, and sodium-ion batteries. The study provides insights on key focus areas of the technology, their challenges, and adoption strategies for better utility. The commercial landscape of technological advancements in next-gen battery materials is also covered. Frost & Sullivan has identified key areas of technology development for next-gen battery materials, categorized into different domains, such as 1) components including cathode, anode, electrolytes and separators; 2) battery technologies including solid-state, metal-air, lithium-sulfur, and sodium-ion batteries; 3) application markets including electric vehicles, consumer electronics, aerospace, defense, medical devices, and grid storage. Governments and battery developers worldwide have recognized the significance of these advanced battery materials technologies and their disruption potential in renewable energy integration, electric vehicles, and grid-scale storage. Governments have initiated funding programs and grants for research institutes and material developers to promote research and the development of next-gen battery materials. Key Questions Addressed: What are the emerging technologies for next-gen battery materials? What are the R&D efforts in new material innovation for improved battery materials? What are the new trends in next-gen battery materials and application along with their commercialization stage? What are the growth opportunities for technology developers in the next-gen battery materials technologies?
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