Post Li-ion Battery R&D Trends

Sodium-ion Battery is the Most Viable Alternative for Lithium Ion Battery in the Near Future

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Specific energy density, safety and cost. These are three main issues that post lithium ion to address. Post lithium ion batteries theoretically have at least double specific density compared to lithium ion battery. In term of safety, the post lithium ion battery theoretically should have better safety due to less reactivity of elements.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Collaborative Efforts to Address Trifecta Issues of Batteries1.2 Technology Readiness Level2.0 Technology Snapshot2.1 Lithium Sulfur Battery Already in the Demo Phase2.2 Research Efforts Huge in All Continents2.3 Material Producers Companies Mostly From Europe 2.4 Cell Manufacturer Segment Dominated by Start-Ups2.5 Battery Assembler are from Various Continents 2.6 Lithium Air Battery Already in Laboratory Demo Stage2.7 Priorities for R&D are to Proof the Battery is Technologically Viable2.8 Start-ups Concentrated in the US2.9 Efforts from Tier 1 Companies Mostly from Automotive OEM2.10 Sodium-ion Battery has the Highest Number of Published Papers2.11 R&D Dominated by Large Corporations2.12 Major Efforts for R&D are From Chemical Producers2.13 Sodium Air Still in Lab Testing Stage2.14 Innovation Process Dominated by Academia2.15 Very Few Companies Involved in the R&D2.16 Aluminum-ion Battery Still in Its Infancy2.17 Domination by Academia from NA and Asia2.18 Academician are the Main R&D Force for Aluminum-ion Battery2.19 Most Economical Battery among Batteries2.20 Domination by Academician from NA and Asia2.21 Very Few Stakeholders Involved in Aluminum Air Battery3.0 Growth Opportunities Analysis3.1 Overview of Analytical Tools 3.2 Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP)-based Technology Roadmap3.3 AHP Criteria Definitions–Level 03.4 AHP Level 0 Criteria–Priority Values3.5 AHP Sub-Criteria Definition–Level 13.5 AHP Sub-Criteria Definition–Level 1(continued)3.6 AHP Level 1 Sub-Criteria–Priority Values3.7 Alternatives Comparison against Level 0 Criteria3.8 Alternatives Comparison against Level 1 Criteria3.9 Alternatives Comparison against Level 1 Criteria3.10 Alternatives Comparison against Level 1 Criteria3.11 AHP–Final Priority Values3.12 Sodium-ion Battery Has the Highest Impact among All Alternatives 3.13 Air-based Batteries are Still Far from Commercialization3.14 Visibility Analysis3.15 Hype Period Starts Between 2013 To 20153.16 Asia Dominating the Patent Filings 3.17 US-based Patents Received High Forward Citation3.18 Lithium Air Has the Highest Patent Annual Growth 3.19 Patents that Received High Forward Citation (Mostly Filed in 2011)3.20 China Patent Office Dominates Patent Filings3.21 Medium- to Low-impact of Patents for Sodium-ion Battery3.22 No Patent Filed in Europe3.23 Low- to Medium-impact Patents for Sodium Air Battery3.24 University Cornell Pioneer in Patent Filings for Aluminum-ion Battery3.25 Only 1 Forward Citation Received3.26 Companies Dominate Patent Filings3.27 Only Medium and Low Impact for Key Patents3.28 Material Science is the Main Pillar for Advanced Batteries4.0 Key Industry Contacts4.1 Industry Contacts Legal Disclaimer5.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story5.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story5.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career5.3 Global Perspective5.4 Industry Convergence5.5 360º Research Perspective5.6 Implementation Excellence5.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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