Lithium-Ion Battery Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011-2017

Table of Contents

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Executive Summary 

 

Lithium-Ion Battery, Lithium Polymer,

Thin Film And Zinc Air Battery Executive Summary   ES-1

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Driving Forces  ES-1

Comparison Of Battery Performances  ES-3

Lithium-Ion Batteries  ES-6

Lithium Ion Battery Market Shares  ES-7

Lithium Ion Battery Market Forecasts  ES-9

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Description and Market Dynamics 

 

1.    Lithium Ion Battery Market

Description and Market Dynamics   1-1

1.1   Lithium Ion Batteries  1-1

1.1.1    Lithium Ion Battery Target Markets  1-2

1.2   Lithium-Ion Battery Electric Vehicle Target Markets  1-3

1.2.1    NEC / Nissan Alliance  1-5

1.2.2    Largest Target Market, The Transportation Industry  1-6

1.2.3    Electric Grid Services Market 1-7

1.2.4    Portable Power Tools  1-8

1.2.5    World Economy Undergoing A Transformation  1-9

1.2.6    Transportation  1-10

1.2.7    Electric Grid Services  1-12

1.2.8    Commercial Applications For Advanced Batteries  1-13

1.2.9    Challenges in Battery and Battery System Design  1-14

1.3   Types of Batteries  1-17

1.3.1    Lead-Acid Batteries  1-17

1.3.2    Nickel-Based Batteries  1-18

1.3.3    Conventional Lithium-ion Technologies  1-18

1.3.4    Advanced Lithium-ion Batteries  1-19

1.3.5    Thin Film Battery Solid State Energy Storage  1-19

1.3.6    Ultra capacitors  1-20

1.3.7    Fuel Cells  1-20

1.4   Lithium-Ion Battery Technologies:  Transportation

Industry Target Market 1-21

1.5   Energy Storage For Grid Stabilization  1-25

1.5.1    Local Energy Storage Benefit For Utilities  1-26

1.6   Applications Require On-Printed Circuit Board

Battery Power  1-27

1.6.1    Thin-film vs. Printed Batteries  1-27

1.7   Smart Buildings / Energy Harvesting  1-28

1.7.1    Permanent Power for Wireless Sensors  1-30

1.8   Battery Safety / Potential Hazards  1-31

1.9   Thin Film Solid-State Battery Construction  1-31

1.10     Battery Is Electrochemical Device  1-33

1.11     Battery Depends On Chemical Energy  1-34

1.11.1  Characteristics Of Battery Cells  1-34

1.11.2  Batteries Are Designed Differently For

Various Applications  1-36

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Shares and Market Forecasts 

 

2. Lithium-Ion Battery, Lithium Polymer,

Thin Film And Zinc Air Battery Market

Shares and Market Forecasts   2-1

2.1   Lithium-Ion Battery Market Driving Forces  2-1

2.1.1    Polymer Film Substrate for Thin Flexible Profile  2-3

2.1.2    Comparison Of Battery Performances  2-3

2.1.3    Lithium-Ion Batteries  2-6

2.2   Lithium Ion Battery Market Shares  2-7

2.2.1    Samsung SDI  2-10

2.2.2    Panasonic Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries  2-10

2.2.3    LG Chem   2-11

2.2.4    BYD   2-11

2.2.5    BAK   2-11

2.2.6    B&K Customer Base  2-12

2.2.7    Sony  2-12

2.2.8    Saft 2-13

2.2.9    Toshiba  2-14

2.2.10  DIEHL & Eagle Picher 2-14

2.3   Lithium Ion Battery Market Forecasts  2-14

2.3.1    Lithium-ion Battery Target Market Segments  2-18

2.3.2    Cell Phone Battery Market Forecasts, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2011-2017  2-20

2.3.3    Lithium-Ion and Lithium Based Small

Electronics Battery Markets Forecasts  2-22

2.3.4    Camera / Power Tool Battery Market Forecasts  2-24

2.3.5    PC / Notebook / Tablet Battery Market Forecasts  2-25

2.3.6    Lithium-Ion and Lithium Based Small

 Electronics Battery Markets Forecasts  2-27

2.4   Lithium-Ion Cells For Electric Vehicles  2-28

2.4.1    Automotive Demand Rapidly Growing  2-29

2.4.2    Lithium-Ion Battery (LIB) Key Element Of EV Propulsion  2-31

2.4.3    Lithium-Ion Battery Production Capacity

For New Materials Manufacture  2-32

2.4.4    BYD   2-35

2.4.5    BYD Auto Business  2-36

2.4.6    BYD / Daimler AG / BYD Company

Limited and Daimler AG Joint Venture Contract to

 Develop Electric Vehicle  2-37

2.4.7    BYD / Samsung / LG   2-37

2.4.8    Bosch and Samsung  2-37

2.4.9    LG   2-38

2.4.10  Tata  2-39

2.4.11  Tata / Bentley  2-39

2.4.12  NEC   2-40

2.4.13  Nissan / NEC   2-40

2.4.14  NEC / Nissan Battery Businesses  2-40

2.4.15  Planar Energy / General Motors  2-41

2.4.16  Li-Tec Strategic Partners: Evonik and Daimler 2-42

2.4.17  Toyota  2-44

2.4.18  Argonne National Laboratory  2-44

2.4.19  A123  2-44

2.4.20  A123 MIT Carbon Nanotube Electrodes  2-45

2.4.21  A123 MIT Very High-Power Lithium-Ion Batteries  2-45

2.4.22  Johnson Controls-/ Saft Advanced Power Solutions  2-46

2.4.23  Ford  2-47

2.4.24  Ford, Compact Power (CPI), a Subsidiary of LG Chem, BYD   2-47

2.4.25  BMW, Johnson Controls,-Saft Advanced Power Solutions –  2-47

2.4.26  BAK / BMW    2-47

2.5   Electric Vehicle Battery Initiatives  2-48

2.6   Rechargeable Battery Market 2-50

2.6.1    Production Dilemma  2-51

2.6.2    Nanotechnology Thin Film and Lithium-Ion Batteries  2-52

2.7   Silver Nano plates Silicon Strategy Shows

Promise For Batteries  2-53

2.7.1    Argonne Scientists Watch Nanoparticles  2-54

2.8   Thin Film Battery Market Driving Forces  2-55

2.8.1    Thin Film Battery High Power & Energy

Density, Specific Power & Energy  2-57

2.8.2    Thin Film Battery Technology Market Shares  2-57

2.8.3    Lithium-ion Product Definitions  2-58

2.8.4    Thin Film Batteries Deposited Directly

Onto Chips Or Chip Packages2- 2-59

2.9   Thin Film Batteries Market Shares  2-60

2.9.1    Infinite Power Solutions –  2-63

2.9.2    Cymbet Corporation –  2-63

2.9.3    Planar Energy Devices –  2-63

2.9.4    Poly Plus  2-65

2.9.5    Johnson / Excellatron  2-65

2.9.6    Eveready Battery Company / Blue Spark Technologies  2-66

2.9.7    Solicore  2-67

2.9.8    Leonhard Kurz / PolyIC   2-68

2.9.9    ITN Solid-State Lithium Battery  2-68

2.9.10  Nokia to add NFC   2-68

2.9.11  Architecture Of The Prieto Battery Has

Nanowires To Make Up The Anode  2-69

2.9.12  Printed Electronics  2-69

2.10     Thin Film Batteries Market Forecasts  2-70

2.10.1  Thin Film Batteries Deposited Directly Onto

Chips Or Chip Packages  2-75

2.10.2  Thin Film, Solid State Printed Electronics

Battery Market:- Bigger than the Silicon Chip  2-75

2.10.3  Remote Sensors  2-76

2.10.4  Sensor Network Thin Film Battery Forecasts  2-77

2.11     Nanotechnology Next Generation Systems  2-78

2.12     RFID and Small Thin Film Batteries  2-80

2.13     Nanotechnology to Drive Thin Film

Lithium-Ion Batteries Market 2-82

2.13.1  Arotech Corporation Lithium-Ion,

 Lithium Polymer, Zinc Air 2-83

2.13.2  ITN Solid-State Lithium Battery  2-84

2.13.3  Infinite Power Solutions –  2-84

2.13.4  Cymbet Corporation –  2-84

2.13.5  Planar Energy Devices –  2-85

2.14     Thin-film Battery Market Forecasts  2-89

2.15     Lead-Acid Battery Manufacturers  2-90

2.16     Electrochromics  2-91

2.17     Printed Electronics / Silicon Chips  2-91

2.18     Li-Ion (Lithium-Ion) Battery Prices  2-92

2.18.1  Lithium Ion Battery Prices  2-96

2.19     Geographical Region Analysis  2-98

2.19.1  Geographical Region Analysis  2-102

2.19.2  Japan  2-103

2.19.3  Korea  2-104

2.19.4  Chinese Lithium Ion Battery Revenue  2-105

2.19.5  A123 Micro-Hybrid Battery Applications  2-106

2.19.6  Saft International Presence  2-107

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Product Description  

 

3. Lithium-Ion Battery and Lithium Battery Product Description   3-1

3.1   NEC / Nissan / AESC (Automotive Energy Supply Corporation) 3-1

3.2   Toshiba  3-2

3.3   Sony  3-2

3.3.1    Sony Thin Film And Lithium Ion Batteries For Electronics  3-2

3.4   ThinkPad Edge Thin Film And Lithium Ion Batteries

For RFID Tags To Micro Medical Devices  3-6

3.5   Prieto Battery  3-6

3.5.1    Prieto Battery Reducing The Thickness Of The

Electrode Results In Lower Energy Capacity And Shorter

Operating Time  3-7

3.5.2    Prieto Battery Nanowires Make Up The First Key

Piece Of The Battery, The Anode  3-8

3.5.3    Proposed architecture of the Prieto battery  3-8

3.6   Saft Lithium-thionyl Chloride (Li-SOCl2) 3-12

3.7   Enerdel 3-14

3.8   Electric Vehicle Thin Film And Lithium Ion Batteries  3-15

3.9   Johnson Controls-Saft Advanced Power Solutions  3-17

3.9.1    Hybrid And Electric Vehicles Market:

An Industry Comes To Life  3-17

3.9.2    Johnson Controls-Saft Rapidly growing demand  3-18

3.10     Saft 3-18

3.10.1  Saft Hybrid Marine Propulsion  3-21

3.10.2  Saft Total Battery Reliability  3-21

3.10.3  Saft Worldwide Reputation  3-22

3.11     A123 Systems  3-23

3.12     BYD / Samsung  3-36

3.12.1  BYD EV   3-36

3.12.2  BYD Company Limited and Daimler AG

Joint Venture Contract to Develop Electric Vehicle  3-39

3.12.3  BYD / Warren Buffett / Berkshire Hathaway  3-39

3.13     Panasonic Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries  3-40

3.14     Li-Tec Battery GmbH Joint Venture of

Evonik Industries AG and Daimler AG   3-41

3.14.1  Li-Ion Fab I  3-41

3.14.2  Li-Tec Strategic Partners: Evonik and Daimler 3-42

3.15     Samsung Lithium Ion Battery  3-43

3.16     SB LiMotive / Bosch and Samsung SDI  3-45

3.17     NEC / Nissan  3-47

3.17.1  NEC Automotive Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery  3-47

3.17.2  NEC / Nissan / AESC (Automotive Energy Supply Corporation) 3-47

3.17.3  Nissan / Toda Kogyo  3-48

3.18     Hitachi Vehicle Energy, Ltd. 3-48

3.19     Matsushita / Panasonic / Sanyo  3-49

3.20     ReVolt Technologies  3-49

3.20.1  ReVolt Technologies Button Cell Air Electrode  3-50

3.20.2  ReVolt Technology Partners With BASF  3-53

3.21     LG   3-55

3.21.1  LG Lithium-ion Cylindrical Battery  3-56

3.21.2  LG Lithium-ion Polymer Battery  3-56

3.21.3  LG Lithium-ion Cylindrical Battery  3-57

3.21.4  Lithium-ion Polymer Battery  3-57

3.21.5  LG Lithium-ion Polymer Battery  3-59

3.21.6  LG Lithium-ion Cylindrical Battery  3-59

3.22     BYD Lithium-ion Battery  3-61

3.23     Thunder Sky Battery Limited  3-78

3.24     Mitsubishi Motors / Litcel 3-79

3.25     GS Yuasa Battery / Mitsubishi 3-80

3.26     GS Yuasa Battery / Honda  3-80

3.27     Leo Motors Tesla Roadster Fuel Cell Batteries  3-80

3.28     Panasonic EV Energy (PEVE) 3-81

3.29     Degussa AG / Enax  3-82

3.30     Oak Ridge Micro-Energy, Inc. 3-82

3.30.1  Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Manufacturing Process  3-86

3.31     Cymbet Energizing Innovation  3-93

3.31.1  Cymbet Products  3-95

3.31.2  Cymbet Rechargeable EnerChips and Effective Capacity  3-96

3.31.3  Cymbet Development Support 3-100

3.31.4  Cymbet Solid State Energy Storage for

Embedded Energy, Power Back-up and Energy Harvesting  3-100

3.31.5  Cymbet Energy Harvesting  3-103

3.31.6  Cymbet Zero Power Devices  3-106

3.31.7  ComtexCymbet EnerChip™ Thin-Film Batteries  3-107

3.32     Infinite Power Solutions (IPS)—    3-107

3.32.1  Infinite Power Solutions High-Volume

Production Line for TFBs –  3-108

3.32.2  Infinite Power Solutions Solid-State,

Rechargeable Thin-Film Micro-Energy Storage Devices  3-108

3.32.3  Infinite Power Solutions IPS THINERGY® MEC Products  3-109

3.32.4  Infinite Power Solutions THINERGY MEC   3-110

3.32.5  Infinite Power Solutions, Inc.

Recharge From A Regulated 4.10 V Source  3-112

3.32.6  Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. SRAM Backup Guidelines  3-113

3.32.7  Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. SRAM Backup Power Solution  3-114

3.32.8  Infinite Power Solutions

Recharging THINERGY Micro-Energy Cells  3-117

3.32.9  Infinite Power Solutions Charging Methods  3-117

3.32.10  Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. THINERGY MECs  3-119

3.32.11  MicroGen Systems and Infinite Power Solutions

Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) 3-120

3.32.12  Maxim Integrated, Infinite Power Solutions IC to

Integrate All Of The Power-Management Functions For

Ambient Energy Harvesting  3-121

3.32.13  Maxim Integrated Products (Nasdaq:MXIM)

MAX17710 IC Integrates Power-Management 3-122

3.32.14  Maxim / Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. (IPS)

THINERGY(R) Solid-State, Rechargeable MEC Battery Products  3-125

3.32.15  Maxim introduces MAX17710 PMIC ::

Uniquely enables Energy Harvesting with THINERGY MECs  3-125

3.33     Planar  3-126

3.33.1  Planar Energy Devices –  3-127

3.33.2  Planar Energy’s Solid State Batteries New Deposition Process  3-129

3.33.3  Planar Energy PrintGuide to Recent Battery Advances  3-132

3.33.4  Planar Lithium Manganese Dioxide Nanotechnology  3-133

3.33.5  Planar Energy Devices PowerPlane MXE Module  3-135

3.34     Altair Nanotechnologies  3-136

3.35     Axion Power International (AXPW.OB) 3-136

3.36     Energy Harvesting Devices  3-137

3.37     Researchers at MIT   3-137

3.37.1  Cymbet's EnerChip and Energy Harvesting Solutions  3-141

3.37.2  Cymbet EnerChip Solid State Battery

Energy Harvesting (EH) / TI's LaunchPad Development Kit 3-141

3.37.3  Micropelt Energy Harvesting: 3-142

3.37.4  Millennial Net Wireless Sensor Network: 3-143

3.38     ITN's Lithium Technology  3-144

3.38.1  ITN Lithium Electrochromics  3-144

3.38.2  ITN Solid-State Lithium Battery  3-145

3.38.3  ITN Lithium Air Battery  3-147

3.39     Solicore  3-150

3.39.1  Solicore RFID   3-150

3.39.2  Solicore Commercializes Its Revolutionary

Battery Technology  3-150

3.40     Rogers  3-151

3.41     PS iTHINERGY ADP   3-151

3.41.1  IPS and ITT  3-152

3.42     Shenzhen B&K Rechargable Battery  3-153

3.43     Danionics  3-157

3.43.1  Danionics’ Batteries  3-158

3.44     Diehl & Eagle-Picher  3-158

3.45     Advanced Battery Factory  3-159

3.46     E2-Tec  3-166

3.47     Edan Technology  3-168

3.48     GS Yuasa  3-169

3.49     Polyplus  3-170

3.49.1  PolyPlus Lithium water 3-170

3.49.2  PolyPlus Lithium / Air Couple  3-172

3.50     Johnson Research Product Development 3-174

3.51     Excellatron  3-175

3.51.1  Excellatron Polymer Film Substrate for Thin Flexible Profile  3-186

3.51.2  Excellatron Thin Film Batteries Deposited On A

Thin Polymer Substrate  3-187

3.51.3  Excellatron High Rate Capability  3-187

3.51.4  Excellatron Thin Film Battery High Power & Energy

Density, Specific Power & Energy  3-188

3.51.5  Excellatron Polymer Film Substrate for Thin Flexible Profile  3-189

3.51.6  Excellatron Unique Proprietary Passivation

Barrier and Packaging Solution  3-190

3.51.7  Excellatron High Capacity Thin Film Batteries  3-191

3.51.8  Excellatron Next Generation Of Lithium Batteries  3-193

3.51.9  Excellatron High Rate Deposition Process

(Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapor Deposition) 3-195

3.52     NEC   3-196

3.52.1  NEC Radio tags  3-197

3.52.2  NEC RFID Tag  3-197

3.52.3  NEC Nanotechnology Thin And Flexible

Organic Radical Battery (ORB) 3-200

3.53     Fuel Cell Batteries  3-204

3.54     GMB Power  3-204

3.55     Power Air Disposable Zinc Fuel Cell 3-204

3.56     Umicore Thin Film Materials  3-206

3.57     BrightSource Energy Molten Salt 3-207

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Technology 

 

4. Lithium ION Battery Technology   4-1

4.1   Lithium Ion Batteries  4-1

4.1.1    Thin Film Battery Timescales and Costs  4-3

4.2   Battery Breakthroughs  4-4

4.2.1    MIT Thin Film Battery Researchers  4-4

4.2.2    A123 MIT Very High-Power Lithium-Ion Batteries  4-5

4.2.3    A123 MIT Carbon Nanotube Electrodes  4-5

4.2.4    ORNL Scientists Reveal Battery Behavior At The

Nanoscale  4-6

4.2.5    Rice University and Lockheed Martin Scientists

Discovered Way To Use Silicon To Increase Capacity Of

 Lithium-Ion Batteries  4-11

4.2.6    Rice University50 Microns Battery  4-13

4.2.7    Next Generation Of Specialized Nanotechnology  4-14

4.3   Silicon Strategy For Batteries  4-15

4.4   Zinc Air Batteries And Fuel Cells  4-18

4.5   John Bates Patent:  Thin Film Battery and

Method for Making Same  4-19

4.5.1    J. B. Bates,a N. J. Dudney, B. Neudecker,

 A. Ueda, and C. D. Evans Thin-Film Lithium and

Lithium-Ion Batteries  4-20

4.6   MEMS Applications  4-22

4.6.1    MEMS Pressure Sensors  4-22

4.7   c-Si Manufacturing Developments  4-24

4.7.1    Wafers  4-24

4.7.2    Texturization  4-24

4.7.3    Emitter Formation  4-24

4.7.4    Metallization  4-25

4.7.5    Automation, Statistical Process Control (SPC),

Advanced Process Control (APC) 4-26

4.7.6    Achieving Well-controlled Processes  4-26

4.7.7    Incremental Improvements  4-27

4.8   Ascent Solar's WaveSol™ Flexible And Lightweight

Thin-Film PV Technology  4-28

4.9   Liquid radio  4-29

4.10     TAU battery  4-31

4.11     Flexible Energy Storage Devices Based On

Nanocomposite Paper  4-34

4.12     Transition Metal Oxides, MnO   4-35

4.13     Battery Cell Construction  4-38

4.14     Impact Of Nanotechnology  4-39

4.14.1  Nanotechnology  4-39

4.14.2  Why Gold Nanoparticles Are More Precious Than Pretty Gold  4-41

4.14.3  Lithium Ion Cells Optimized For Capacity  4-45

4.14.4  Flat Plate Electrodes  4-46

4.14.5  Spiral Wound Electrodes  4-46

4.14.6  Multiple Electrode Cells  4-47

4.14.7  Fuel Cell Bipolar Configuration  4-47

4.14.8  Electrode Interconnections  4-48

4.14.9  Sealed Cells and Recombinant Cells  4-48

4.14.10  Battery Cell Casing  4-49

4.14.11  Button Cells and Coin Cells  4-51

4.14.12  Pouch Cells  4-51

4.14.13  Prismatic Cells  4-52

4.15     Naming Standards For Cell Identification  4-52

4.15.1  High Power And Energy Density  4-53

4.15.2  High Rate Capability  4-53

4.16     Comparison Of Rechargeable Battery Performance  4-54

4.17     Polymer Film Substrate  4-57

 

4.18     Micro Battery Solid Electrolyte  4-58

 

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Company Profiles 

 

5. Lithium-ion Battery Company Profiles   5-1

5.1   A123  5-1

5.1.1    A123 Transportation Industry Is The Largest Target Market 5-1

5.1.2    A123 Cylindrical Batteries  5-3

5.1.3    A123 Energy Storage Solutions That Improve

The Reliability And Efficiency Of The Electric Power Grid  5-4

5.1.4    A123 Supports Grid Operators  5-5

5.1.5    A123 Cathode Costs, Powder, Manufacturing,

Foil, and Additives  5-7

5.2   Advanced Battery Factory  5-25

5.3   Arotech  5-25

5.3.1    Arotech's New SWIPES Product Named

One of the U.S. Army's Ten Greatest Inventions of 2011  5-26

5.3.2    Arotech's Battery and Power Systems Division  5-27

5.3.3    Electric Fuel Battery Corporation  5-27

5.4   Altair Nanotechnologies Inc. 5-28

5.4.1    Altair Nanotechnologies Reports

Second Quarter 2011 Revenue  5-29

5.5   ATL   5-31

5.6   Avnet Abacus  5-34

5.7   Axion  5-34

5.8   BAK   5-36

5.9   B&K   5-40

5.9.1    B&K Customer Base  5-40

5.10     Bosch  5-41

5.10.1  Bosch Group’s Solar Energy Division  5-42

5.10.2  Bosch Malaysia Marketing  5-48

5.11     BYD   5-48

5.11.1  BYD Revenue  5-49

5.11.2  BYD Auto Company  5-50

5.11.3  BYD e6 Taxi Project 5-51

5.11.4  BYD / Berkshire Hathaway  5-52

5.12     Citic Guoan  5-53

5.12.1  MGL One Of The Biggest Cathode

Material (LiCoO2) Manufacturers in China  5-53

5.12.2  MGL Total Battery Production Capacity  5-53

5.12.3  MGL Company Profile  5-54

5.13     Cymbet 5-55

5.13.1  Cymbet Team: 5-56

5.13.2  Cymbet Investors: 5-56

5.13.3  Cymbet Investors  5-56

5.13.4  Cymbet Partners, Sales and Distribution: 5-57

5.13.5  Cymbet Manufacturing: 5-58

5.13.6  Cymbet to Open World's Highest

Volume Solid-State Battery Manufacturing Facility  5-58

5.13.7  Cymbet Partnering with X-FAB   5-58

5.13.8  Cymbet / X-FAB, Inc. 5-59

5.13.9  Cymbet Expanding in Minnesota  5-59

5.13.10  Cymbet / LEDA   5-60

5.13.11  Cymbet / Avnet Abacus  5-60

5.13.12  Cymbet EnerChip™ EP Universal

Energy Harvesting Evaluation Kit 5-61

5.13.13  Cymbet Secures $31 Million in Private Financing  5-61

5.14     Danionics  5-62

5.15     Delphi 5-64

5.15.1   Delphi Revenue 2010  5-65

5.16     Dust Networks  5-67

5.16.1  Dust Networks Self-Powered IPV6 Wireless Sensor Network  5-67

5.17     Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. 5-68

5.18     Eagle Pither  5-69

5.19     Edan Technology  5-69

5.19.1  Edan Technology Corporate Description  5-70

5.19.2  Edan Technology Customers  5-70

5.19.3  Edan Technology Partners  5-70

5.20     Enerdel 5-71

5.20.1  Enerdel Contract with Russia's Mobile GTES  5-71

5.21     EnOcean GmbH   5-72

5.22     Evonik Industries AG / Li-Tec Storage Technology  5-73

5.23     Excellatron  5-73

5.24     GMB Power  5-77

5.25     GS Nanotech  5-77

5.26     Gee ES Nanotech  5-82

5.26.1  Gee-Es Nanotech Centre for Research and

Production of microelectronics  5-84

5.27     Geely  5-86

5.28     GS Caltex / GS Yuasa  5-87

5.28.1  GS Battery (USA) Inc. 5-87

5.29     Huanyu  5-88

5.30     Infinite Power Solutions  5-94

5.30.1  Infinite Power Solutions Solid-State, Thin-Film Batteries  5-94

5.30.2  Infinite Power Solutions Micro-Energy Storage Devices  5-94

5.30.3  Infinite Power Solutions Battery Applications  5-95

5.30.4  Infinite Power Solutions And

Tokyo Electron Device Global Distribution Agreement 5-95

5.30.5  Infinite Power Solutions Raises $20.0m In

Series C Financing  5-96

5.31     Inventec  5-97

5.32     ITN Lithium Technology  5-97

5.32.1  ITN’s Lithium EC sub-Division Focused On Development And Commercialization of EC Thin-Films, and EC-Enabled Windows  5-98

5.32.2  ITN’s SSLB Division Thin-Film Battery Technology  5-99

5.32.3  ITN Lithium Air Battery  5-100

5.32.4  ITN Fuel Cell 5-102

5.32.5  ITN Thin-film Deposition Systems  5-105

5.32.6  ITN Real Time Process Control 5-106

5.32.7  ITN Plasmonics  5-110

5.33     Konka  5-112

5.34     Johnson Controls Products & Solutions  5-113

5.34.1  Johnson Controls Power Solutions  5-114

5.34.2  Johnson Controls Hybrid And Electric

Vehicles Market: An Industry Comes To Life  5-115

5.35     Johnson Research  5-115

5.35.1  Johnson Research Environmental Energy Products  5-117

5.35.2  Johnson Research / Excellatron Solid State  5-118

5.36     KSW Microtec  5-119

5.36.1  KSW Microtec Efficient Flexible, Producer of

RFID Components  5-119

5.37     Leo Motors  5-119

5.38     Li-Tec  5-120

5.39     LG Chem   5-121

5.39.1  LG Chem Produces Lithium-Ion And

Lithium-Ion Polymer Rechargeable Batteries  5-122

5.39.2  LG Batteries  5-123

5.40     Lishen  5-123

5.41     Makita  5-125

5.42     Matsushita / Panasonic / Sanyo / Sanyo Solar  5-126

5.42.1  Panasonic Corporation Revenue  5-127

5.42.2  Sanyo  5-128

5.42.3  SANYO 2011 Sales Of Solar Photovoltaic Systems  5-129

5.42.4  Panasonic Full Year Revenue  5-133

5.42.5  Panasonic / Sanyo Solar Ark  5-133

5.42.6  Panasonic /Sanyo Solar Stone Brewing

Company Reference Account 5-135

5.42.7  Panasonic / Sanyo Solar lumenHAUS Reference Account 5-136

5.42.8  InSpec / SANYO   5-137

5.42.9  SANYO and InSpec Group Partnership

Generates Multiple Solar Installations in Oregon  5-137

5.43     Maxcell 5-138

5.44     Maxim / Dallas  (MXIM:Nasdaq) 5-138

5.44.1  Maxim acquires Energy Measurement Company Teridian  5-139

5.44.2   Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor Revenue  5-140

5.44.3  Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor Revenue  5-140

5.44.4  Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor Principal Competitors  5-142

5.44.5  Maxim / Dallas Semiconductor 5-143

5.44.6  Maxim / Zilog  5-143

5.44.7  Maxim / Vitesse  5-144

5.45     McNair  5-144

5.45.1  McNair Enterprise Technique Center 5-145

5.46     MicroGen  5-146

5.47     Micropelt 5-147

5.48     Mitsubishi Electric  5-147

5.48.1  Mitsubishi Motors / Litcel 5-147

5.48.2  Mitsubishi Electric Group Energy and Electric Systems  5-148

5.48.3  Mitsubishi Electric Power Module for Electric Vehicles  5-149

5.48.4  Mitsubishi Electric Group Power Module

Test Samples Specifications  5-154

5.49     NEC Corporation  5-155

5.49.1  NEC Global Business Activities/Achievements  5-155

5.49.2  NEC Group Vision 2017  5-156

5.49.3  NEC C&C Cloud Strategy  5-158

5.49.4  NEC Expand Global Business  5-160

5.50     Oak Ridge National Laboratory  5-161

5.51     Oak Ridge Micro-Energy  5-165

5.51.1  Oak Ridge Micro-Energy, Inc. 5-166

5.52     Planar Energy Devices –  5-168

5.52.1  DOE Selects Planar Energy for Oak Ridge

National Laboratory Collaborative R&D

Program to Advance Next-Generation Battery Development 5-170

5.53     PolyPlus  5-171

5.53.1  Poly Plus Lithium Water 5-172

5.54     Prieto  5-172

5.55     PS  5-173

5.56     ReVolt Technology  5-174

5.56.1  Executives of BMW and Gould Join ReVolt’s

Advisory Leadership Team   5-174

5.57     SB LiMotive / Bosch and Samsung SDI  5-176

5.58     Saft 5-177

5.58.1  Saft, Building For Future Growth  5-177

5.58.2  Attractive Market Positioning In High-End Niche Markets  5-177

5.58.3  Saft Launches Lithium-Ion Battery Industrial

Production At Jacksonville US Plant 5-189

5.59     Samsung  5-190

5.59.1  Samsung 2010 Significant Strategic Change  5-190

5.59.2  Samsung Apps  5-191

5.59.3  Samsung Display and Information Technology Innovations  5-192

5.59.4  Samsung Cameras: Consumer-Inspired Design  5-192

5.59.5  Samsung Creating a Future Home Entertainment TV   5-193

5.60     SNC   5-194

5.61     Solicore  5-195

5.62     Sony Corporation  5-197

5.62.1  Sony Technology  5-197

5.63     STMicroelectronics  5-199

5.63.1  STMicroelectronics Product Technologies  5-200

5.63.2  ST Custom and Semi-Custom Chips  5-203

5.63.3  ST Secure ICs  5-205

5.63.4  ST Application Specific Discretes (ASD™) 5-206

5.63.5  ST In-Check “Lab-on-Chip”  5-206

5.63.6  ST Multi-Segment Products  5-207

5.63.7  ST Microcontrollers  5-207

5.63.8  ST Smart Power Devices  5-208

5.63.9  ST Standard Linear and Logic  5-208

5.63.10  ST Discretes  5-209

5.63.11  ST Protection Devices  5-209

5.63.12  ST Sensors  5-209

5.63.13  ST RF  5-210

5.63.14  ST Real-time Clocks  5-210

5.64     Texas Instruments  (TXN:NYSE) 5-210

5.64.1  Texas Instruments  5-212

5.65     Thunder Sky Battery Limited  5-212

5.66     Tokyo Electron Device  5-214

5.67     Umicore Thin Film Products  5-214

5.67.1  Umicore Materials Technology Group  5-216

5.68     Wha Fat Technological Co., Ltd  5-217

5.69     Zibo Dison  5-221

5.70     Battery Manufacturers  5-223

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Tables and Figures

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Executive Summary 

 

Table ES-1  ES-2

Lithium Ion Battery Market Driving Forces 

Table ES-2  ES-4

Comparison Of Battery Performances 

Figure ES-3  ES-5

Thin Film Battery Energy Density 

Table ES-4  ES-8

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Shares, Dollars,

Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2011 

Figure ES-5  ES-9

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Forecasts Dollars,

Worldwide, 2011-2017 

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Description and Market Dynamics 

 

Table 1-1  1-2

Lithium Ion Battery Target Markets 

Figure 1-2  1-3

Fleet Driving Favors Electric Vehicles 

Table 1-3  1-6

Principal Features Used To Compare Rechargeable Batteries 

Table 1-4  1-15

Challenges in Battery and Battery System Design 

Figure 1-5  1-22

BMW’s Mini E Electric Car Powered By A

Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery 

Table 1-6  1-23

Examples of Hybrid Electric Vehicles 

Figure 1-7  1-32

Typical Structure Of A Thin Film Solid State Battery 

Table 1-8  1-35

Characteristics Of Battery Cells 

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Shares and Market Forecasts 

 

Table 2-1  2-2

Lithium Ion Battery Market Driving Forces

Table 2-2  2-4

Comparison Of Battery Performances 

Figure 2-3  2-5

Thin Film Battery Energy Density 

Table 2-4  2-8

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Shares, Dollars,

Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2011 

Table 2-5  2-9

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Shares, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2010 and First Three Quarters 2011 

Figure 2-6  2-13

Johnson Controls / Saft Battery Update 

Figure 2-7  2-15

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Forecasts Dollars,

Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Table 2-8  2-16

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Forecasts Dollars,

Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Table 2-9  2-16

Lithium-Ion Battery Market Forecasts Dollars,

Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Table 2-10  2-19

Lithium Ion Battery Selected Industry Market Segments 

Figure 2-11  2-20

Lithium-Ion and lithium based Cell Phone Battery

Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Figure 2-12  2-23

Lithium-Ion and Lithium Based Small Electronics

Battery Markets Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Figure 2-13  2-24

Lithium-Ion and lithium based Camera / Power Tool

Battery Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2011-2017 

Figure 2-14  2-26

Lithium-Ion and lithium based PC / Notebook / Tablet

Battery Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2011-2017 

Figure 2-15  2-27

Lithium-Ion and lithium based Small Electronics

Battery Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2011-2017 

Table 2-16  2-29

Electric Vehicle (EV) Lithium Ion and Lithium

Based Battery, Market Forecasts Dollars,

Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Figure 2-17  2-30

Lithium Ion Transportation Market Opportunity 

Table 2-18  2-31

Constitution of Conventional Lithium-Ion Cell Materials 

Table 2-19  2-32

Lithium-Ion Cells Material Unit Accounting For

Percentage Of The Battery Cost

Table 2-20  2-33

Production Capacity For New Materials Manufacture 

Figure 2-21  2-43

A123 Systems High Growth Target Markets 

Table 2-22  2-48

Lithium Ion Market Issues 

Figure 2-23  2-49

A123 Assessment of Key Industry Participants in 2015 

Figure-24  2-53

Silver Nanoplates 

Table 2-25  2-56

Thin Film Battery Market Driving Forces 

Figure 2-26  2-61

Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Shares, Dollars,  2010 

Table 2-27  2-62

Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Shares, Dollars,

Worldwide, 2010 and First Three Quarters 2011 

Figure 2-28  2-71

Thin Film and Printed Battery Markets Forecasts

Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Table 2-29  2-72

Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Forecasts

Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Table 2-30  2-72

Thin Film and Printed Battery Markets Forecasts

Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Table 2-31  2-74

Thin Film and Printed Battery Market Industry

Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2011-2017 

Figure 2-32  2-77

Sensor Network Thin Film Battery Forecasts 

Table 2-33  2-87

Thin Film Battery Unique Properties 

Figure 2-34  2-90

A123 Lead Acid Battery Replacement Target Market Size, 2013 

Figure 2-35  2-93

Selected Lithium Ion Battery Prices 

Figure 2-36  2-94

Power Tool Lithium Ion Battery Prices 

Figure 2-37  2-95

Wha Fat Technological Co., Ltd 10440 AAA Series

Lithium Ion Rechargable Battery Prices 

                                                                                   

Figure 2-38  2-97

Lithium Ion Battery Pricing and Margin Improvement

Figure 2-39  2-102

Lithium-Ion and Other Lithium Battery

Regional Market Segments, Shipments,

 First Three Quarters 2011 

Table 2-40  2-103

Lithium-Ion and Other Lithium Battery

Regional Market Segments, Shipments,

First Three Quarters 2011 

Figure 2-41  2-105

Chinese Lithium Ion Battery Revenue By Technology 

Figure 2-42  2-106

A123 Micro-Hybrid Battery Applications By Region 

Figure 2-43  2-107

Saft International Presence 

 

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Product Description  

 

Table 3-1  3-3

Sony VAIO® Notebook Batteries 

Table 3-2  3-4

Sony Devices Using Lithium Ion Batteries 

Figure 3-3  3-5

Sony Laptop Battery 

Figure 3-4  3-10

Prieto Battery Nanowires Li-ion Batteries Using A 3D Structure 

Table 3-5  3-11

Prieto Battery Features 

Table 3-6  3-13

Saft Non Rechargeable LHS Battery Main applications 

Table 3-7  3-14

Saft Non Rechargeable LS-W Battery Main applications 

Table 3-8  3-16

Transportation Advanced Battery Market Segments 

Table 3-9  3-20

Saft Li-ion Energy Storage Technology Features 

Table 3-10  3-23

A123 Chemistry Systems Battery Cycle Life 

Figure 3-11  3-24

A123 Systems Flat Voltage Curve 

Figure 3-12  3-25

A123 Systems Battery Cap, Can, and Core 

Figure 3-13  3-26

A123 Cell Products using Nanophosphate 

Figure 3-14  3-27

A123 Systems Nameplate vs. Usable Energy 

Figure 3-15  3-29

A123 Battery Systems Innovation 

Figure 3-16  3-30

A123 Systems Lithium-Ion vs. Lead Acid Battery 

Figure 3-17  3-31

A123 Systems 12 Volt Nanophosphate Engine Start Battery 

Figure 3-18  3-32

A123 Nanophosphate Technology 

Figure 3-19  3-33

A123 Systems Surface Area Increases Power and Usable Energy 

Figure 3-20  3-34

A123 Systems Flat Voltage Curve 

Figure 3-21  3-35

A123 Systems Technology 

Table 3-22  3-37

BYD-Developed Fe Battery Features 

Figure 3-23  3-38

BYD-Developed Fe Battery 

Figure 3-24  3-40

Panasonic Manganese Lithium Rechargeable Batteries 

Table 3-25  3-42

Li-Tec Battery CERIO® Product Lines Applications 

Table 3-26  3-43

Samsung Lithium Ion Battery Features 

Figure 3-27  3-46

SB LiMotive Co. Ltd is a 50/50 Joint Venture

Between Bosch and Samsung SDI 

Figure 3-28  3-50

ReVolt TechnologieszFab Battery 

Table 3-29  3-52

ReVolt Button Cell Air Electrode 

Table 3-30  3-54

ReVolt Technology Partnership With BASF Target Markets 

Figure 3-31  3-56

LG Lithium-Ion Cylindrical Battery Models 

Figure 3-32  3-58

LG Battery Models 

Figure 3-33  3-60

LG Li-ion Prismatic Battery 

Figure 3-34  3-61

LG Lithium-ion Prismatic Battery 

Table 3-35  3-63

BYD Lithium-Ion Batteries Main Features 

Table 3-36  3-64

BYD Lithium-Ion Batteries High Energy Density 

Figure 3-37  3-65

BYD Typical Lithium Ion Performance 

Charge Characteristics                                                           Discharge Characteristics

Figure 3-38  3-66

BYD Typical Lithium Ion Cycle Characteristics  Temperature Characteristics  

Figure 3-39  3-67

BYD Typical Lithium Ion Battery Structure 

Figure 3-40  3-68

BYD Typical Lithium Ion Cylindrical Battery Structure 

Figure 3-41  3-69

BYD Typical Li-Polymer Battery Structure 

Figure 3-42  3-70

BYD Products Specification 

Figure 3-43  3-75

BYD E-Bike Battery Solutions 

Table 3-44  3-76

BYD Battery Issues 

Figure 3-45  3-83

Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Discharge of a Thin-Film

Lithium Battery At Current Densities of 0.02, 0.1,

0.2, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 5.0, and 10.0 mA/cm2 

Figure 3-46  3-84

Discharge of a Thin-Film Lithium-Ion Battery At Current

Densities of 0.02, 0.1, 0.2, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, 5.0, and 10.0 mA/cm2 

Figure 3-47  3-85

Ragone Plots Graph Of Energy vs. Power Per Unit

Area Of The Cathode From The Discharge Data For

The Lithium And Lithium-Ion Batteries 

Table 3-48  3-87

Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Manufacturing Process For

Thin Film Batteries 

Figure 3-49  3-88

Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Ceramic Wafer 

Table 3-50  3-89

Oak Ridge Micro-Energy ORLI.0.5.CL Battery Features 

Table 3-51  3-90

Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Consumer and Industrial Products 

Table 3-52  3-90

Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Sensors 

Table 3-53  3-91

Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Implantable Medical Products 

Table 3-54  3-91

Oak Ridge Micro-Energy Government Applications 

Table 3-55  3-94

Cymbet Solid State Energy Storage Energizing

Innovation Target Markets 

Table 3-56  3-95

Cymbet Solid State Energy Storage products 

Table 3-57  3-97

Cymbet EnerChip™ Solid-State Product Line 

Table 3-58  3-99

Cymbet's EnerChip Benefits 

Figure 3-59  3-101

Cymbet EnerChip CBC3105-BDC:

Table 3-60  3-102

Cymbet EnerChip CBC001-BDC: Target Markets 

Table 3-61  3-104

Cymbet Energy Harvesting Applications 

Table 3-62  3-111

Infinite Power Solutions THINERGY® Product Family 

Table 3-63  3-116

Infinite Power Solutions, Inc. Maxim Energy Management Chips 

Table 3-64  3-116

Infinite Power Solutions, Inc.  Applications for energy harvester 

Table 3-65  3-118

Infinite Power Solutions Charging Methods 

Table 3-66  3-124

Wireless Sensor Network Applications 

Figure 3-67  3-130

Planar Energy’s Solid State Batteries Spraying

Materials Onto A Metal Substrate

Figure 3-68  3-138

MIT Energy Harvesting Device Converts Low-

Frequency Vibrations Into Electricity 

Table 3-69  3-146

ITN’s SSLB Solid-State Lithium Battery Target Markets 

Table 3-70  3-147

ITN’s SSLB Technology Advantages 

Table 3-71  3-148

ITN Technologies 

Figure 3-72  3-149

ITN Capabilities To Develop And Deliver A

 Quality, Fully-Functional, Nanoscale Product

Figure 3-73  3-153

B&K Target Markets 

Figure 3-74  3-156

B&K Products 

Figure 3-75  3-157

B&K Model and Capacity 

Figure 3-76  3-159

Advanced Battery Factory Batteries a 

Figure 3-77  3-160

Advanced Battery Factory Batteries b 

Figure 3-78  3-161

Advanced Battery Factory Batteries c 

Figure 3-79  3-162

Advanced Battery Factory Batteries d 

Figure 3-80  3-163

Advanced Battery Factory Batteries e 

Figure 3-81  3-164

Advanced Battery Factory Batteries f 

Figure 3-82  3-165

Advanced Battery 

Figure 3-83  3-166

E2-Technologies Battery 

Figure 3-84  3-167

E2-Tec Battery Advantages 

Figure 3-85  3-168

E2-Tec Battery Applications 

Figure 3-86  3-171

PolyPlus Lithium Metal Electrodes Compatible

With Aqueous And Aggressive Non-Aqueous Electrolytes 

Figure 3-87  3-173

PolyPlus Air and Water Stable Lithium Electrode 

Figure 3-88  3-175

Thin Film Solid State Battery Construction 

Figure 3-89  3-177

Excellatron Charge/Discharge Thin Film

Battery Profile At 25ºC  

Figure 3-90  3-178

Excellatron Charge/Discharge Thin Film

Battery Profile At 150ºC  

Figure 3-91  3-179

Excellatron Capacity Charge/Discharge 150ºC  

Figure 3-92  3-180

Excellatron Capacity And Resistance Of

Thin Film Battery As A Function Of Temperature 

Figure 3-93  3-181

Excellatron Battery High Rate Pulse Discharge 

Figure 3-94  3-182

Excellatron Pulse Discharge 

Figure 3-95  3-183

Excellatron's Battery (0.1 mAh)High Rate Pulse

Discharge Was By A 100 mA Pulse at 80ºC  

Figure 3-96  3-184

Excellatron Long term Cyclability Of A

Thin Film Solid State Battery 

Figure 3-97  3-185

Excellatron Discharge Capacity Of Thin-Film Batteries 

Table 3-98  3-189

Excellatron Comparison Of Battery Performances 

Figure 3-99  3-190

Excellatron Polymer Film Substrate Battery 

Figure 3-100  3-191

Excellatron Unique Proprietary Passivation

Barrier and Packaging Solution 

Figure 3-101  3-192

Voltage And Current Profile of a 10 mAh Excellatron Battery 

Table 3-102  3-195

Excellatron Batteries Practical Advantages 

Figure 3-103  3-196

NEC ORB Thin, Flexible Battery Technology 

Figure 3-104  3-198

NEC ORB Battery 

Figure 3-105  3-199

NEC ORB Flexible Battery 

Table 3-106  3-201

NEC Nanotechnology Thin And Flexible Organic

Radical Battery (ORB) Characteristics Of The Technologies 

Figure 3-107  3-202

NEC Organic Radical Battery 

Figure 3-108  3-204

GMB Power EV Battery & System  

Figure 3-109  3-205

Power Air Fuel Cell

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Technology 

 

Table 4-1  4-2

Thin Film Battery Unique Properties 

Figure 4-2  4-6

Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National

Laboratory Battery Behavior At The Nanoscale 

Figure 4-3  4-10

Rice Researchers Advanced Lithium-Ion

Technique has Microscopic Pores That Dot A Silicon Wafer 

Figure 4-4  4-13

Rice University50 Microns Battery 

Figure 4-5  4-15

Silver Nanoplates Decorated With Silver Oxy Salt

Nanoparticles 

Figure 4-6  4-19

John Bates Patent:  Thin Film Battery and Method for

Making Same 

Table 4-7  4-25

Approaches to Selective Emitter (SE) Technologies 

Figure 4-8  4-33

TAU Thin Films Of Lithium And Pyrite Separated By A

Film Of Composite Polymers 

Figure 4-9  4-34

Nano composite Paper Energy Storage 

Figure 4-10  4-37

XRD Patterns of MnO Thin Films 

Figure 4-11  4-43

Nanoparticle Illustration 

Table 2-12  4-50

Comparison Of Battery Performances 

Table 4-13  4-51

Common Household-Battery Sizes, Shape, and Dimensions 

Table 4-14  4-55

Thin Films For Advanced Batteries 

Table 4-15  4-56

Thin Film Batteries Technology Aspects 

Table 4-16  4-57

Thin Film Battery / Lithium Air Batteries Applications 

Figure 4-17  4-58

Polymer Film Substrate Thin Flexible battery Profiles 

Figure 4-18  4-59

Design Alternatives of Thin Film Rechargable Batteries 

 

 

 

 

 

Lithium-Ion Battery Company Profiles 

 

Figure 5-1  5-6

A123 Systems 20Ah Cell

Table 5-2  5-7

A123 Aims For Cathode Cost Reductions 

Figure 5-3  5-8

A123 Cell Cost Breakdown 

Figure 5-4  5-9

A123 Cell Cost Drivers 

Figure 5-5  5-10

A123 Revenue Q2 2011 

Figure 5-6  5-11

A123 Systems Revenue 

Figure 5-7  5-12

A123 Commercial Applications 

Figure 5-8  5-14

A123 Transportation Applications 

Figure 5-9  5-15

A123 Projects LiB Market Share in 2015 

Figure 5-10  5-16

A123 Projects Trucks and Buses Market Share in 2015 

Figure 5-11  5-17

A123 Systems Transportation Market Positioning 

Figure 5-12  5-18

A123 Systems Commercial Fleet Market Positioning 

Figure 5-13  5-19

A123 Systems Addressable Market for Grid Storage 

Figure 5-14  5-20

A123 Systems Grid Storage ROI Variables 

Figure 5-15  5-21

A123 Lead Acid Replacement Target Market

Figure 5-16  5-22

A123 Revenue Mix 

Figure 5-17  5-23

A123 Pricing and Margin Improvement

Figure 5-18  5-24

A123 Nanophosphate Advantage 

Figure 5-19  5-31

Amperex Technology Limited (ATL) Locations 

Figure 5-20  5-33

ATL Battery Applications 

Table 5-21  5-35

Axion PbC® Prototype Key Performance Advantages 

Figure 5-22  5-39

BAK Battery Manufacturing Facilities 

Figure 5-23  5-43

Bosch Solar Energy Target Markets 

Figure 5-24  5-45

Bosch Solar Cell

Figure 5-25  5-46

Bosch Solar Cells: Production 

Figure 5-26  5-64

Delphi Corporate Transformation 

Figure 5-27  5-66

Delphi Positioning 

Table 5-28  5-75

Excellatron Solid State Market Positioning 

Table 5-29  5-78

GS NANOTECH  

Figure 5-30  5-79

GS Nanotech Thin Film Battery 

Figure 5-31  5-79

GS NANOTECH Thin Film Battery 

Figure 5-32  5-80

GS Nanotech Nanotechnology 

                                                                                                                5-80

Source:  GS Nanotech.

Table 5-33  5-81

GS NANOTECH Thin Film Battery Advantages 

Figure 5-34  5-83

Gee ES Nanotech Russia

Figure 5-35  5-84

Gee ES Nanotechnology Components 

Table 5-36  5-85

Gee-Es Nanotech Products 

Figure 5-37  5-89

Huanyu Batteries 

Figure 5-38  5-92

Catalog of Huanyu Batteries 

Table 5-39  5-101

ITN Technologies 

Figure 5-40  5-102

ITN Thin Film Battery Technology 

Figure 5-41  5-104

ITN Battery 

Figure 5-42  5-105

ITN Thin-Film Deposition Systems 

Figure 5-43  5-106

ITN’s Thin-Film Deposition Systems 

Table 5-44  5-108

ITN Thin-Film Deposition Systems Products and Services Offered 

Figure 5-45  5-109

ITN Thin-Film Deposition Systems 

Figure 5-46  5-110

ITN Thin Film Plasmonics 

Figure 5-47  5-111

ITNIYN Fuel Cells 

Table 5-48  5-117

Johnson Research Products Available For License 

Figure 5-49  5-124

Lishen Lithium-Ion Batteries Cylindrical Cell

Figure 5-50  5-131

Panasonic / Sanyo Solar HIT Garage Roof Panels 

Figure 5-51  5-132

Panasonic / Sanyo Solar HIT Roof Panels 

Figure 5-52  5-134

Panasonic / Sanyo Solar HIT Panels 

Table 5-53  5-140

Maxim Major End-Markets 

Figure 5-54  5-149

Mitsubishi Electric Power Module for Electric Vehicles 

Table 5-55  5-151

Mitsubishi Electric Group J-Series Features 

Table 5-56  5-152

Mitsubishi Electric Group Automotive-Grade

Quality And Functionality 

Table 5-57  5-153

Mitsubishi Electric Group J-Series T-PM   

Table 5-58  5-154

Mitsubishi Electric Group Power Module

Test Samples Specifications 

Table 5-59  5-163

Oak Ridge National Laboratory ORNL Advance

Battery Materials And Processing Technology Contracts 

Table 5-60  5-164

Oak Ridge National Laboratory And Battery

Manufacturers Energy Materials Program Aspects 

Figure 5-61  5-178

Saft Revenue H1 2011 

Figure 5-62  5-181

Saft Industrial Battery Group Description 

Figure 5-63  5-182

Saft Specialty Battery Group Description 

Figure 5-64  5-184

Johnson Controls / Saft Battery Update 

Figure 5-65  5-185

Saft Opportunities in Lithium Ion Markets 

Figure 5-66  5-186

Saft Grid Projects 

Figure 5-67  5-187

Saft Revenue 2009 

Figure 5-68  5-188

Saft International Presence 

Table 5-69  5-215

Umicore Business Areas 

Figure 5-70  5-216

Umicore Thin Film Products 

Figure 5-71  5-218

Wha Fat Technological Lithium Ion Battery 

Figure 5-72  5-218

Wha Fat Technological Lithium Ion Batteries 

Figure 5-73  5-221

Wha Fat Technological Co., Ltd LED Flashlight