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Global Light Vehicle OE Batteries Market 2008 To 2028

Description:
This latest just-auto report edition offers a global review of the OE batteries sector, its suppliers, top markets, technologies and market forecasts.

This global market study offers:

- Automotive OE batteries market size estimates
- Latest technologies and trends
- Market share data tables
- Exclusive interviews with major companies
- Profiles of the major players including their strategies and prospects
- Market size forecasts

You can use this report to:

- Understand the scope and scale of the major markets
- Get an overview of the global automotive batteries sector
- Identify opportunities and threats
- Prepare demand and supply forecasts
- Review the latest technological drivers
- Know the key trends within the sector and what's driving them
- Get up to speed with latest company activities and prospects
- Hear direct from major companies on strategies and plans
- Carry out competitive analysis
 
Contents:
1. Introduction
Definitions
2. PESTER analysis
3. Companies
A123 Systems, Inc.
Advanced Battery Technologies, Inc.
Banner
BYD Auto
Robert Bosch GmbH
China BAK Battery Inc
Continental AG
East Penn Manufacturing Co Inc
Enerdel
EnerSys
Evonik
Exide Technologies
Fiamm
GS Yuasa Corp
Hitachi Vehicle Energy Ltd
Johnson Controls Inc.
Johnson Controls-Saft
Customers and contracts
Infrastructure
Disbanded
4. Power Solutions
Customers and contracts
Merger and acquisition activity
Products
Infrastructure
5. Johnson Matthey Battery Systems
6. LG Chem
7. Primearth EV Energy Co Ltd
8. SB LiMotive
9. Samsung SDI
10. Toshiba
11. Western Lithium
12. Others
3M Automotive
ACDelco
Altair Nanotechnologies
Asahi Glass Co Ltd
BASF SE
Boston Power Inc
BMW
Central Glass
CS Energy Materials
Dow Kokam
Ficosa
Firefly Energy
Freescale Semiconductor
Maxwell Technologies
Magneti Marelli S.p.A.
Magna International Inc.
Hella KGaA Hueck & Co.
Lifan
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Panasonic Corporation
Shandong Aforever New Energy Science and Technology
Shin-Kobe Electric Machinery
Solvay
Umicore
13. Markets
Market trends
Market shares
Global
North America
Europe
Asia-Pacific
14. Emerging markets
China
South America
15. Technologies
Defining the elements
Starter batteries
Batteries for alternative drive systems
JCI's batteries for commercial vehicles
16. Advanced automotive battery innovations
How did we get here?
Where are we heading?
SAE standard for PHEVs and EVs to help reduce charging time
17. Battery costs
18. Alliances
Daimler working with Evonik Industries to develop and produce
lithium-ion batteries
Johnson Controls and Hitachi cooperate
Nissan working with Sumitomo to re-use Li-ion car batteries
Nissan, NEC and NEC Tokin form joint venture to produce
lithium-ion batteries in Japan
Chongqing Automobile and LG Chem to develop lithium-ion
batteries
The National Alliance for Advanced Transportation Batteries
(NAATBatt) is formed
SmartBatt
19. Awards
Dana supplies battery cooler technology for the Chevrolet Volt
Johnson Controls supplying the battery for the Ford Transit
Connect Electric
20. Innovations
Exide Technologies uses public funds to develop lead-acid
battery technology
Johnson Controls uses public funds to develop advanced battery
technologies
New battery monitoring unit for Lithium-ion batteries from
Denso
Delphi's inverter
Li-ion batteries for F1
GM increases its investment in lithium-ion batteries
GM investigates material to make lithium-ion batteries last
longer between charges
An alternative technology to lithium-ion?
Dana's battery cooling technologies
Denso's lithium-ion battery pack for stop/start systems
GS Yuasa's advanced batteries for next-generation PHEVs
JCI's 48-volt micro hybrid battery
JCI's ie:3 demonstrator vehicle
Volvo's solution
Washington State University's research
21. Investments
Quallion LLC produces lithium-ion batteries
SB LiMotive acquires Cobasys
Sanyo Electric forecasts increased demand for its battery
cells
GM Ventures invests in Sakti3
22. Electric vehicle battery developments
Charging solutions
EASYBAT aims to make it easier to build electric cars with
switchable batteries
Envia achieves record energy density for its Li-ion battery
EV battery prices fall
EV makers to produce 35GW hours of batteries by 2013
EV sound research
Volvo's research
Delphi's vehicle sounder
Harman's solution
Kia EV sounds like an ICE
NHTSA's proposal
23. Evida supplies batteries for Mia Electric
24. Ford's battery lab
25. GM Europe Ampera electric car
26. Massachusetts Institute of Technology developing an alternative
battery
27. Range anxieties
28. Renault delays electric vehicle battery production
29. Sensor for EVs which shuts off the battery in the event of a
collision
30. Solar technology for EVs
31. Solutions to convert EV battery power for home use
32. Toshiba supplies batteries for Mitsubishi Motors
33. Valeo's thermal management for lithium-ion batteries
34. Other innovations
Evida Power and HaloIPT explores wireless charging
GS Yuasa's battery analyser
Hella's isolation monitor
Hyundai offers lifetime battery replacement for the Sonata
Hybrid
Material for a secondary or rechargeable battery
Phinergy's solution
Toyota explores wireless charging
Visteon's battery thermal management solutions
Yazaki North America partners with Evatran to develop charging
systems
35. Recycling
36. Forecasts
Advanced automotive batteries
Starter batteries
37. Glossary of terms

List of tables
1. Asia-Pacific manufacturer market shares of OE automotive lead-acid
starter batteries for passenger cars and light vehicles, 2010-2012,
% of sales volume
2. Market fitment/penetration rates of advanced automotive batteries
fitted to newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles,
2008-2028, (%)
3. Change in fitment/penetration rates of advanced automotive
batteries fitted to newly-assembled passenger cars and light
vehicles, 2008-2028, (%)
4. Fastest growing markets of advanced automotive batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028, (%
growth)
5. Fastest growing markets of lead-acid starter batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028, (%
growth)
6. Market volumes of advanced automotive batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028,
('000s units)
7. Volume changes of advanced automotive batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028,
('000s units)
8. Change in volume of advanced automotive batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028, (%)
9. Relative market sizes of advanced automotive batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028, (%
share)
10. Change in volume of lead-acid starter batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028, (%)
11. Volume changes of lead-acid starter batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028,
('000s units)
12. Relative market sizes of lead-acid starter batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028, (%
share)
13. Market volumes of lead-acid starter batteries fitted to
newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles, 2008-2028,
('000s units)
14. North American manufacturer market shares of OE automotive
lead-acid starter batteries for passenger cars and light vehicles,
2010-2012, % of sales volume
15. UK independent aftermarket manufacturer market shares for
automotive lead-acid starter batteries for passenger cars and light
vehicles, 2010-2012, % of sales volume
16. French independent aftermarket manufacturer market shares for
automotive lead-acid starter batteries for passenger cars and light
vehicles, 2010-2012, % of sales volume
17. European manufacturer market shares of OE and aftermarket for
automotive lead-acid starter batteries for passenger cars and light
vehicles, 2010-2012, % of sales volume
18. German independent aftermarket manufacturer market shares for
automotive lead-acid starter batteries for passenger cars and light
vehicles, 2010-2012, % of sales volume
19. Global manufacturer market shares of OE and aftermarket for
automotive lead-acid starter batteries for passenger cars and light
vehicles, 2010-2012, % of sales volume
20. Johnson Controls’ Power Solutions’ plants and distribution centres
worldwide, 2013
21. Fiamm SpA’s starter battery operations, 2013
22. Exide Technologies’ transportation battery manufacturing plants and
offices worldwide, 2013
 
Companies Mentioned
3M Automotive
- A123 Systems, Inc.
- Advanced Battery Technologies, Inc.
- Asahi Glass Co Ltd
- BASF SE
- China BAK Battery Inc
- Continental AG
- EnerSys
- Evonik
- Exide Technologies
- Fiamm
- Freescale Semiconductor
- GS Yuasa Corp
- Hella KGaA Hueck & Co.
- Johnson Controls Inc.
- Johnson Matthey Battery Systems
- LG Chem
- Magna International Inc.
- Magneti Marelli S.p.A.
- Maxwell Technologies
- Panasonic Corporation
- Robert Bosch GmbH
- SB LiMotive
 
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