Selected Topics-0031_Analysis of Development of Solid-State Batteries for New Energy Vehicles (Presentation)
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Solid-State Batteries for New Energy Vehicles (NEVs)
Comparison of Batteries with Liquid Electrolyte, Semi-Solid-State Batteries, and Solid-State Batteries in
Terms of Operating Principles
Differences between Batteries with Liquid Electrolyte and Solid-State Batteries in Terms of Manufacturing
Three Main Technology Paths for Development of Solid-State Batteries
2. Comparative Analysis of Solid-State Batteries and Batteries with Liquid Electrolyte
Bottleneck in Raising Energy Density of Li-ion Batteries with Liquid Electrolyte
Lithium Dendrite as a Notable Safety Risk for Conventional Li-ion Batteries
Cost Comparison between Solid-State Batteries and Li-ion Batteries with Liquid Electrolyte
Overall Comparison between Solid-State Batteries and Li-ion Batteries with Liquid Electrolyte
Issues to Be Resolved Before Commercialization of Solid-State Batteries
3. Battery and Car Manufacturers’ Plans for Development of Solid-State Batteries That Power NEVs
Industry Chain for Solid-State Batteries
Major Companies Involved in Development of Solid-State Batteries Worldwide
Plans for Development of Polymer Solid-State Batteries
Plans for Development of Sulfide Solid-State Batteries
Plans for Development of Oxide Solid-State Batteries
Plans of Japanese and South Korean Car Manufacturers
Plans of European and US Car Manufacturers
Plans of Chinese Car Manufacturers
Notable Trends in Development of Solid-State Batteries
4. TRI’s View
Projection on Gravimetric Energy Density (Specific Energy) of Battery Systems for NEVs
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