Strategic Analysis of Future Battery Chemistries for Electric Vehicles in Europe and North America

Li-S to Emerge as a Top Alternative to Li-ion Post 2020

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This strategic insight covers the adoption of different battery chemistries and their types by electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers over the next 10–15 years. Although a number of alternative chemistries in EV batteries are emerging, the most probable candidates have been identified as lithium sulfur, zinc air, and lithium air. The study analyses current and future developments in the mentioned technologies and offers an overview of ongoing research projects on EV batteries. Also included are a market introduction roadmap, a technology roadmap, adoption by OEM, and crucial developments in the lithium ion technology, including discussion of battery recycling and storage. The base year used for analysis is 2014 and forecast span 2015 to 2020.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsExecutive Summary—Electric Propulsion TechnologyFuture Battery ChemistriesCurrent vs. Future StatusMarket Introduction RoadmapComparative AnalysisComparative Analysis (continued)Adoption Level of Different Battery TypesCurrent and Future Battery RequirementsImpact on OEMs and ManufacturersLi-ion Battery Capacity AnalysisResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aim and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyElectric Vehicle Market OverviewElectric Vehicle SegmentationElectric Propulsion TechnologyOverview of Global Powertrain MarketEV SalesLi-ion Battery Capacity AnalysisMarket OverviewMarket OverviewProperties of Li-ion BatteriesCurrent vs. Future Scenario for EVsSafety Improvement in Li-ion BatteriesTechnology RoadmapBattery Cell Selection ProcessBattery Value ChainImplementation of Nationwide Emissions StandardsBattery Manufacturers’ Global FootprintCurrent Battery Chemistries and Comparative AnalysisCurrent and Future Battery RequirementsFuture Energy StorageAdoption of Battery Types in EVsAnode and Cathode OptionsMatrix of Technology Suitable by ApplicationCurrent vs. Future StatusComparative AnalysisChallenges and RequirementsDrivers and RestraintsTechnology ChallengesDriversDrivers ExplainedMarket RestraintsMarket Restraints ExplainedFuture Battery ChemistriesZn-air Technology OverviewSafety Measures for Zn-airLi-S Technology OverviewSafety Measures for Li-SLi-air Technology OverviewSafety Measures for Li-airLi-ion Technology OverviewSafety Measures for Li-ionOEMs’ View of Battery TypesEV Range and Battery TypeEV Range and Battery Type (continued)Battery Warranty OverviewPublic Interest by OEMBattery RecyclingEnergy Storage RequirementsSecond Life of Batteries Market OverviewIndustry ChallengesCase StudiesTesla GigafactoryThreats to the Tesla GigafactoryTesla GigafactoryToyota Case StudyConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixVehicle Segmentation Vehicle Segmentation (continued) Market Engineering Methodology




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