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International Automotive Battery Market Overview and Forecast 2021-2035 – GlobeNewswire

Dublin, May 4, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report "Automotive Battery Technologies – Global Sector Overview and Forecast to 2035 (First Quarter 2021 Update)" has been added Offer.

Car Battery Technologies – Global Sector Overview and Forecast to 2035 (Q1 2021 Update) report provides a comprehensive overview of the global Electric Vehicle and OE Starter Battery Sectors, Major Suppliers, Top 14 Car Battery Markets, and Technology Trends (Including Other Batteries) Innovations and solar solutions for electric vehicles) and market size forecasts.

Not so long ago the automotive industry protected an ancient technology, but today it has recognized the need for hybrids and the use of advanced battery technology.

Car batteries are broadly divided into two categories: starter batteries and advanced car batteries. Lead-acid batteries for automobiles are commonly referred to as SLI (start, light, ignition) batteries, which are 12 V and rechargeable.

These batteries provide power to the starter and ignition system to start the engine and provide power to other components in the vehicle. An advanced car battery (NiNH or lithium-ion) is installed in newly assembled electric, PHEV and hybrid passenger cars.

Macroeconomic, political and environmental events such as oil dependency, new competition and rising CO2 emissions have all contributed to the new step in the electrification of transport. However, some industry watchers argue that emerging markets for electric vehicles (EV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) may flatten out due to unproven technology.

They anticipate that these markets will initially be supported by heavy subsidies for automakers, battery manufacturers, and consumers, but that sustainable growth will depend on battery technology yet to be tested, as well as support from government policies. The persistently high cost of rechargeable batteries remains a hurdle for battery manufacturers.


Advanced Batteries and Starter Batteries market size estimates for the top 14 * markets. An overview of the latest technological developments and market trends (including costs for Advanced Car Battery, alliances, awards, innovations, investments, charging solutions, energy density, range development, solar technology, thermal management, wireless charging, recycling). Data tables and comments on regional market shares. Data tables and country share comments for the top 14 markets. Exclusive interviews with OE suppliers, including XL Hybrids, Ioxus, Maxwell Technologies, Zero Carbon Futures, Cap-XX, Continental, GS Yuasa, Western Lithium, Axeon. Sector PESTER analysis (political, economic, social, technological, ecological and regulatory). Updated profiles of major automotive battery suppliers including their strategies and perspectives.

Main topics covered:

IntroductionPester AnalysisBattery CompaniesA123 Systems, Inc.Advanced Battery TechnologiesAESCAltair Nano TechnologiesBAKBannerBlue Energy Co. Ltd.BYD AutoCALBCBAK Energy Technology IncContinental AGDeutsche ACCUmotiveEast Penn Manufacturing Co. TecLithium AmericasLithium Energy JapanNorthvoltOptimum NanoPanasonic ElectrometraVoltOptimum NanoPanasonicElectricoPrimoDaVolence Technology


Advanced Car BatteriesStarter BatteriesLithium Ion Battery Cell MarketTechnologiesAdvanced Car Battery InnovationsAlliances


Delphis invertersDensos solutionsGS Yuasas solutionsJCIs 48-volt micro-hybrid batteriesJCIs, ie: 3 demonstration vehiclesVolvos solutionsWhere do we control the SAE standard for PHEVs and EVs in order to reduce the charging timeBMWs solutionsElectric vehicle battery developmentsAlcoa and Phinergy's solutionBM sounds like a proposal Electric Vehicle Pedestrian Alert TechnologyVolvo's ResearchMassachusetts Institute of Technology Alternative Battery DevelopmentRighteous FearsElectric Vehicle Sensor that Shuts Down the Battery in the Event of a Collision Solid State Electric Vehicle Battery Conversion Solutions for Home Use Electric Vehicle Thermal Management Provides Mitsubishi Motors' lithium-ion batteries for thermal management -BatteriesVolkswagen

Other innovations

Onboard battery charger from BorgWarnerEvida Power and HaloIPT investigate wireless chargingFund-Mogul's battery screenG Yuasa's battery analyzerHella's isolation monitorHonda's solutionsMaterial for a secondary or rechargeable batteryMitsubishi Electric's solutionsVisteon's battery management solutions to develop Charging SystemsYazesran North America to develop charging systems


An alternative technology to lithium-ion? BMWDaimler works with Evonik Industries to develop and manufacture lithium-ion batteries. DanaEASYBAT's battery cooling technologies aim to facilitate the construction of electric cars with switchable batteries Exide Technologies uses public funding to develop lead-acid battery technologyGM Europe Ampera ElektroautoGM increases its investment in lithium-ion batteriesGM is investigating material to extend the life of lithium-ion batteries between charges to extend the life of the Sonata HybridJCI batteries for commercial vehiclesJohnson Controls and Hitachi cooperateJohnson Controls to supply the battery for the Ford Transit Connect ElectricJohnson Controls is using public funds to develop advanced battery technologies. Li-ion batteries for F1New battery monitor ring unit for lithium-ion batteries from DensoNissan, NEC and NEC Tokin form joint venture to manufacture lithium-ion batteries in JapanRenault delays production of batteries for electric vehiclesSB LiMotive acquires CobasysSolar technology for electric vehiclesThe National Alliance for Advanced Transportation Batteries (NAATBatt) is foundedToyota is studying wireless charging in Washington State University's research

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