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New Battery Technology of Lithium Ion Batteries For Electric Cars

From:CTECHI GROUP Limited     Release time:2018-09-19

Overview:In the past years, automakers have switched from NiMH batteries to lithium ion batteries for electric cars. This shift symbolized a major acknowledgement of Li-ion batteries and its ability to perform consistently in an automotive environment. According to the latest launched report of Navigant Research, total worldwide capacity of Li-ion batteries for transportation applications will increase more than ten times, from 4,400 megawatt-hours (MWh) in 2013 to nearly 49,000 MWh by 2020.

In the past years, automakers have switched from NiMH batteries to lithium ion batteries for electric cars. This shift symbolized a major acknowledgement of Li-ion batteries and its ability to perform consistently in an automotive environment. According to the latest launched report of Navigant Research, total worldwide capacity of Li-ion batteries for transportation applications will increase more than ten times, from 4,400 megawatt-hours (MWh) in 2013 to nearly 49,000 MWh by 2020.

"Li-ion technology continues to improve. In the future, high energy density small lipo battery packs with more power will appear," says the spokesman, senior research analyst with Navigant Research. "At the same time, leading battery cell manufacturers have built new factories by using the latest production techniques, including greater automation and faster throughput. This will result in a reduction in the cost per kilowatt-hour (kWh) over the next few years, provided that volumes continue to increase."

Lithium Ion Batteries For Electric Cars

The market of lithium ion batteries for electric cars will be mainly influenced by the growth of battery electric vehicles (BEVs), as they take advantage of much larger battery packs than plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs). Battery packs for Today's BEVs range from 16 kWh to 85 kWh, compared to PHEVs that typically use packs ranging from 4 kWh to 16 kWh. Additionally, many recently introduced hybrid vehicles use lithium iron phosphate car battery, and the percentage of hybrids using Li-ion technology is expected to grow steadily as automakers update their models.

The report, "Electric Vehicle Batteries", provides a detailed examination of the growing market for Li-ion batteries, including profiles of all of the leading lithium batteries manufacturers. Forecasts for revenues from Li-ion batteries, segmented by vehicle type, are included, along with vehicle roadmaps for hybrid, PHEV, and BEV sales by region. The report also includes a review of competing energy storage technologies, including ultracapacitors and NiMH hydride batteries.


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