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Solid State Batteries: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2022 to 2028

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  • 275 Pages
  • March 2022
  • Region: Global
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
  • ID: 5557829
Solid-State Batteries represent next generation automation of electricity storage, a market in line for significant growth. It is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 147.8% from 2021 to 2028. Rising demand for solid-state batteries among end-use sectors along with the rising research and development activities are focused on commercializing the battery. Lower costs for solid state batteries are expected to propel market growth.

EVs represent a primary market. The electrical solid state battery energy industry will reshape the future. The integrated business model of storage is becoming an application for energy consumption. Amid a greater industry focus on battery technology, automakers with EVs in their lineups are scrambling to position themselves for the arrival of solid-state battery cells soon.

As EV sales increase driven by tighter regulation of carbon emissions, solid-state battery makers become indispensable for the renewable energy industry. Solid-state battery products account for a small proportion in the market early on until mass production can be realized. Toyota has a timeline to achieve mass production of solid-state electric vehicle batteries by 2025. ProLogium said it aims to achieve mass produce solid-state batteries in 2022. The next generation solid state batteries support a faster manufacturing and lower costs at scale for EV power, completely transforming the auto industry.

Table of Contents

1. Solid-State Battery Market Definition and Market Dynamics
1.1 New Solid State Battery Chemistries
1.2 Batteries with Solid-State Electrolytes Inherently Safer
1.2.1 Solid-State Battery Is a Cell Without Any Liquid or Gel Electrolytes
1.3 Electric Vehicles to Use Solid-State Batteries
2. Solid State Battery Market Shares and Forecasts
2.1 Solid-State Battery Market Driving Forces
2.1.1 Advantages of Solid-State Batteries
2.1.1 Disadvantages of Lithium-ion Batteries
2.2 Solid State Battery Market Shares
2.3 Solid State Battery Market Forecasts
2.4 Solid State Battery Market Segments
2.4.1 Global Solid State Battery Market
2.5 Solid State Battery Regional Analysis
3. Solid State Battery Product Developments
3.1 Companies Embrace Renewable Energy
3.1.1 Anheuser-Busch
3.2 New 4680 Tesla Batteries Vs. Solid-State Batteries
3.3 Ship Filled with Porsches and Bentleys Has Lithium Batteries Catch Fire
3.3.1 Ship Fire
3.4 Using Light with Batteries
4. Solid State Battery Research and Technology
4.1 Silicon Battery Technology
4.1.1 Silicon Nanowire
4.2 Samsung Develops Solid-State Cell with Silver / LG Researchers Eliminate Carbon and Binders from The Anode
4.3 Amprius Silicon Nanowire Batteries
4.4 ProLogium Core Technologies Ceramic SSBs
4.5 Bolloré Group
4.6 Materials for Use as Solid Electrolytes
4.7 Solid Power Solid State Battery Technology
4.8 Japan’s Tohoku University Hydride Lithium Superionic Conductor
4.8.1 Complex Hydrides
4.9 Amprius® Technologies Stores Lithium in Tiny Silicon Nanowires
4.10 BMW Lithium Metal Battery
4.11 Quantum scope Solid State battery
4.12 Comparing Separator Materials
5. Solid State Battery Company, University, and Government Agency Profiles
5.1 24M
5.2 Amperex Technology Ltd. (CATL)
5.2.1 CATL Initial Public Offering in Shenzhen
5.3 Amprius
5.3.1 Amprius Technologies Corporate Headquarters in Fremont, California
5.4 Apple
5.5 Aurora
5.5.1 Northvolt
5.5.2 Galp
5.6 BASF
5.7 Bettergy
5.8 BOAO Navigator Battery Holding
5.9 Bolloré
5.9.1 Bolloré Group Revenue
5.9.2 Bolloré BlueCar
5.9.3 Autolib Blue Solutions
5.9.4 Blue Solutions Solid State Battery Development
5.9.5 Bolloré Solid State Battery Production Capacity
5.9.6 Autolib Red Car Solutions
5.9.7 Bollore Energy Storage Ringo Project by RTE
5.10 BMW
5.11 Bosch
5.12 BYD
5.13 California Energy Commission
5.14 Cymbet
5.15 Dyson / Sakti3
5.16 Enevate
5.16.1 EV Battery Equivalent of a Gas Tank. In Addition, It Provides the Vehicle Powertrain
5.16.2 Now’s the Time to Replace Cars That Run on Fossil Fuels with EVs
5.16.3 Extreme Fast Charging Technology Changes Everything
5.17 Enovate
5.18 Factorial Energy
5.18.1 Factorial’s new Solid-State EV Battery
5.19 Ford
5.20 FREYR Battery
5.20.1 Alussa Energy
5.20.2 FREYR A/S
5.20.3 Alussa Energy Acquisition Corp.
5.21 Front Edge Technology
5.21.1 Front Edge Technology Technical Information
5.22 General Motors Collaborating with LG Energy Solution on Solid State Batteries
5.22.1 GM Ultium Lithium-Ion Battery
5.23 Honda
5.24 Hyundai
5.25 Ilika
5.26 Ion Storage Systems
5.27 Ionic
5.27.1 Ionic Materials Liquid Crystal Polymer
5.28 Jiawei
5.29 Johnson Battery Technologies
5.30 LG
5.31 Lishen
5.32 Mercedes-Benz
5.33 MIT
5.34 Mitsui Kinzoku
5.35 Mobis Energy
5.36 Mullen Automotive
5.37 Nissan
5.38 Northvolt
5.38.1 Northvolt / Cuberg
5.39 Panasonic
5.39.1 Panasonic Leader in Lithium-Ion Battery Market by Virtue of Its Position as A Supplier to Tesla
5.40 Pellion
5.41 PolyPlus
5.41.1 PolyPlus Battery Company Joint Development Agreements, One with SK Innovation Co. Ltd.,
5.42 ProLogium
5.42.1 ProLogium and Mercedes-Benz Technology Cooperation Agreement to Develop Solid-State Battery Cells for Electric Vehicles
5.42.2 ProLogium and Mercedes-Benz Agreed on Milestones
5.42.3 Softbank Backs ProLogium
5.42.4 ProLogium Major Product Pipelines
5.42.5 ProLogium Production Capacity Able to Meet Their Demand for SolidState Batteries
5.43 QuantumScape
5.44 Riverstone Holdings’ Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corporation III
5.45 Sony
5.46 Total / Saft
5.47 Sakti3
5.48 Samsung
5.49 SK Innovation
5.50 Schneider Electric
5.50.1 Schneider Electric Positions to Implement Electrification of Society At Large
5.51 Seeo
5.52 Sila Nanotechnologies and Enivate
5.53 Sion Power
5.53.1 Sion Power Chemically Stable Ceramic Barriers
5.54 SK Innovation
5.55 SolidEnergy Systems
5.56 Solid Power
5.56.1 Solid Power Technology
5.56.2 Solid Power Teaming with Ford and BMW
5.56.3 Samsung and Hyundai / Solid Power
5.57 Stanford TomKat Center
5.58 Sumitomo Electric Industries
5.59 SUNY
5.60 Tesla
5.60.1 Tesla Canada Industrial Research Chair, Canada Research Chair, Dalhousie University
5.61 Thermo Scientific
5.61.1 Thermo Scientific Medical Spectrometers
5.62 Total Energies / Saft
5.63 Toyota
5.64 US Department of Energy
5.65 US Military
5.66 LG / University of California at San Diego
5.66.1 LG Silicon Anodes
5.66.2 Silicon As an Anode to Replace Graphite
5.67 University of Illinois at Urbana
5.68 University of Texas All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Battery Cell
5.69 Volkswagen Group
5.70 Wildcat Discovery Technologies
6. Table of Contents
6.1 Selected Companies Participating in the Solid-State Battery Market
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES
Abstract: Russia Attack on Ukraine Brings Urgency to Renewable Energy Implementation: Solid State Batteries Bring Reliability and Longevity to Energy Supply
Figure 1. Hilary Maxson MBA Executive Vice President and Group Chief Financial Officer at Multinational Electrification Schneider Electric
Figure 2. Sumitomo Electric Industries All-Solid-State Lithium Battery Problems
Figure 3. Materials Used as Electrolytes in Solid-State Batteries
Figure 4. Renewable Energy Storage Metrics
Figure 5. Solid-State Battery Market Driving Forces
Figure 6. Advantages of Solid-State Batteries
Figure 7. Disadvantages of Solid-State Batteries
Figure 8. Solid State Battery Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021
Figure 9. Solid State Battery Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021
Figure 10. Solid State Battery Company Descriptions, Worldwide, 2021
Figure 11. Solid State Batteries Have Their Own Issues, Such as A Shorter Service Life
Figure 12. Selected Solid State Battery Market Leaders Company Description, Worldwide, 2022 (1)
Figure 13. Selected Solid State Battery Market Leaders Company Description, Worldwide, 2022 (2)
Figure 14. Selected Solid State Battery Market Leaders Company Description, Worldwide, 2022 (3)
Figure 15. Selected Solid State Battery Technology Solution Metrics Worldwide, 2022
Figure 16. Selected Solid State Battery Technology Solution Metrics, Worldwide, 2022 (2)
Figure 17. Cathode Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021
Figure 18. Cathode Market Positioning Descriptions, Worldwide, 2021
Figure 19. Solid State Battery Market Forecasts, Dollars Shipped, Worldwide, 2020-2026
Figure 20. Solid State Battery Segments, Electric Vehicle, Stationary Storage / Grid, Smart Phones, Power Tools, Laptops, Consumer Electronics, Military / Navy / Drones / UUVs / UAVs, Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2022-2028
Figure 21. Solid State Battery Segments, Electric Vehicle, Smart Phones, Stationary Storage / Grid, Power Tools, Laptops, Consumer Electronics, Military / Navy / Drones / UUVs / UAVs, Market Segments, Units Shipped, Worldwide,2022-2028
Figure 22. Solid State Battery Segments, Electric Vehicle, Stationary Storage / Grid, Smart Phones, Power Tools, Laptops, Consumer Electronics, Military / Navy /Drones / UUVs / UAVs, Market Segments, Percent, Worldwide, 2020-2026
Figure 23. Other Solid State Battery Market Segments
Figure 24. Solid State Battery Regional Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021
Figure 25. Solid State Battery Regional Market Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2021
Figure 26. Germany Plans to Speed Up Wind and Solar Projects as It Seeks to Curb Its Dependence on Russian Energy
Figure 27. Cargo Ship Carrying Porsches and Bentleys Burning and Adrift at Sea
Figure 28. Benefits of Using Nanowires in Li-Ion Batteries
Figure 29. Materials for Use as Solid Electrolytes in Solid-State Batteries
Figure 30. Benefits of Using Nanowires in Solid State Batteries
Figure 31. Cross Sectional Image of Amprius Technologies’ Silicon Nanowire Anode using a Scanning Electron Microscope
Figure 32. Amprius Technologies’ Silicon Nanowire Anode
Figure 33. Advantages of Amprius Technologies 100% Silicon Nanowire Batteries
Figure 34. Amprius Technologies’ Silicon Nanowire Anode Li-ion Cells
Figure 35. Amprius Technologies’ Cells vs. Tier -1 Energy Density
Figure 36. Next Generation Cathode Material or Next Generation Anode Material
Figure 37. QuantumScape Solid State Battery
Figure 38. Lithium-Metal Anode Enabled by A Solid-State Separator Benefits
Figure 39. The Promise of Solid-State Lithium-Metal Batteries
Figure 40. Solid State Battery Separator Materials
Figure 41. Solid State Battery Systems Using Separator Materials
Figure 42. QuantumScape Solid-State Landscape
Figure 43. 24M SemiSolidTM battery
Figure 44. 24M SemiSolidTM Battery Cell Manufacturing
Figure 45. 24M Solid State Battery Manufacturing
Figure 46. 24M Partners
Figure 47. Amprius Technologies 100% Silicon Nanowire Battery Technology
Figure 48. Amprius® Technologies 500 Wh/kg Batteries Provide Ultra-High Energy Density and Excellent Cycle Life
Figure 49. Amprius Technologies Market Segments
Figure 50. Applications Currently Using Amprius Technologies Batteries
Figure 51. Northvolt Key Customers
Figure 52. BOAO Navigator Battery
Figure 53. Linghang Boao Group Headquarters
Figure 54. Linghang Boao Group Test Results
Figure 55. Linghang Boao Group Energy Series
Figure 56. Linghang Boao Group Ultra-Thin Series
Figure 57. Linghang Boao Group Fast Charging Series
Figure 58. Linghang Boao Group Safety Inspection
Figure 59. Linghang Boao Group Test Results
Figure 60. Linghang Boao Group Energy Storage Regional Presence
Figure 61. Bolloré BlueCar in France, with Solid State Battery Developed for a CarSharing Service
Figure 62. Bollore’s Solid-State Batteries for Electric Cars
Figure 63. Bollore Solid State Battery Technology
Figure 64. Bollore All-Solid Cell Benefits
Figure 65. Bolloré Extrusion of Ultra-Thin Film Anode, Electrolyte, and Cathode Layers
Figure 66. Bollore LMP® Technology: A Ground-Breaking Solution for Electric Urban Transport
Figure 67. Bollore Partners for Bus Manufacture
Figure 68. Benefits Of Solid-State Batteries Compared to Traditional Li-ion Technologies
Figure 69. Advantages Of Solid-State Batteries Compared to Traditional Li-ion Technologies
Figure 70. Bolloré Benefits of Solid-State Batteries
Figure 71. Bollore Innovative Storage Systems in Europe
Figure 72. BMW Solid Power Solid-State Batteries
Figure 73. Cymbet EnerChip Applications Power Characteristics
Figure 74. Cymbet EnerChip Device Applications
Figure 75. Enevate Investors
Figure 76. Fast Charge needed for Long-Range Vehicle and City Vehicle
Figure 77. Enevate Addresses Pain Points for EV Adoption:
Figure 78. Enevate Delivers:
Figure 79. Images of the Enovate Electric Car Powered by a Solid-State Battery
Figure 80. Enovate Electric Car Interior
Figure 81. Factorial Energy Solid State Battery
Figure 82. Factorial Energy Solid State Battery Benefits
Figure 83. Factorial Solid State Battery Cells Advantages
Figure 84. Ford’s View of Renewable Energy Storage Metrics
Figure 85. Ford & BMW Plan to Begin Testing Solid Power Batteries In 2022
Figure 86. FREYR Battery
Figure 87. Front Edge Technology NanoEnergy® Micro Device Rechargeable Battery
Figure 88. Ionic Materials Solid State Battery
Figure 89. GM Ultium Lithium-Ion Battery
Figure 90. GM Ultium Battery on Chassis
Figure 91. Ionic Materials is Working on a Solid-State Battery
Figure 92. Jiawei Solid State Battery Positioning
Figure 93. Jiangsu Solid-state Battery Base
Figure 94. Johnson Energy Storage.
Figure 95. Mercedes-Benz Investment into Solid-State Battery Developer ProLogium
Figure 96. MIT Pulsed Laser Deposition to Make Thinner Lithium Electrolytes for Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries
Figure 97. MIT Optical Microscopy Image of a Solid Lithium Garnet (LLZO) ThinFilm Electrolyte Deposited on A Magnesium Oxide (MgO) Substrate.
Figure 98. Mitsui Solid-State Battery Configuration
Figure 99. Mobis Energy Battery Module for eVTOL
Figure 100. Mullen Automotive Battery Metrics
Figure 101. Nissan Micra Solid State Battery
Figure 102. Nissan Solid State Battery
Figure 103. Northvolt Facility
Figure 104. Mobis Energy Battery Module Metrics for eVTOL
Figure 105. Northvolt Battery Customers
Figure 106. Volkswagen Production Line
Figure 107. Cuberg Solid State Batteries
Figure 108. Panasonic Partners to Work on Solid-State Batteries
Figure 109. Mercedes, ProLogium Pair Up on Solid-State Battery Tech
Figure 110. ProLogium Solid-State Battery Tech
Figure 111. ProLogium Headquarters
Figure 112. ProLogium PLG's offers BiPolar+ 3D Structure Solid-State EV Battery Pack
Figure 113. ProLogium Solid State Battery Applications: UPS, AVG, Solar Street Lights, Consumer Electronics, Electric Vehicles, Rideshare Vehicles
Figure 114. ProLogium Solid State Battery Applications: Energy Storage System, Yacht, Telecom Towers, Solar and Wind Energy System, Touring Car
Figure 115. ProLogium Solid State Battery
Figure 116. ProLogium Battery Comparison Table
Figure 117. Key remaining Tasks for QuantumScape
Figure 118. QuantumScape Solid State Batteries
Figure 119. Solid Power High-Content Silicon All-Solid-State Batteries in Front of a Coated Silicon Electrode Layer
Figure 120. Samsung Solid State Battery
Figure 121. SK Innovation Superior Energy Density
Figure 122. SK Innovation Battery Cell in Production
Figure 123. NMC Composition Diagram Illustrates Less Cobalt (Co) Means Lower Cost
Figure 124. Lithium-ion Battery Material Development and Cell Roadmap
Figure 125. Hilary Maxson MBA Executive Vice President and Group Chief Financial Officer at Multinational Electrification Schneider Electric
Figure 126. Schneider Electric Solar Panel Charging Stations
Figure 127. Sila Nanotechnologies and Enivate Solid State Battery
Figure 128. Sion Power Licerion® Battery
Figure 129. Sion Power Battery Metrics
Figure 130. Sion Power Images
Figure 131. Sion Power Technology Images
Figure 132. Sion Power Lithium Metal Technology Images
Figure 133. Sion Power Battery Packs Can Be Linked Together
Figure 134. SK Innovation Auto Maker Partners: Hyundai Motor Group, BAIC Group, and Daimler AG
Figure 135. Solid Power All Solid-State Batteries
Figure 136. Solid Power Factory
Figure 137. Sumitomo Electric Industries All-Solid-State Lithium Battery Problems
Figure 138. Sumitomo Solid State Battery Wiring Module Mounted on HighVoltage Battery
Figure 139. Sumitomo Solid State Battery Wiring Module Is Its Flexible Adaptation to Different Combinations of Cells (Cell Stacks, Which Are Also Known As “Battery Modules”)
Figure 140. Sumitomo Electric Industries All-Solid-State Lithium Battery Solutions to Issues
Figure 141. SUNY at Binghamton Northeast Center for Chemical Energy Storage (NECCES) Funding US Department of Energy
Figure 142. Tesla 4680 Batteries
Figure 143. Thermo Fisher Scientific Solid-State Battery Microscopic and Spectroscopic Analysis
Figure 144. Saft Metrics
Figure 145. Toyota Prototype EV Equipped with a Solid-State Battery
Figure 146. US Department of Energy DOE $175 Million for 68 OPEN 2021 Research to Strengthen Advanced Energy
Figure 147. High Performance All-Solid-State Battery with A Pure-Silicon Anode
Figure 148. Micro Silicon Anode: Description of the Image
Figure 149. University of Illinois at Urbana - Champagne. Dynamic Networks for Solid Polymer Electrolytes

Companies Mentioned

  • 24M
  • Amperex Technology Ltd. (CATL)
  • Amprius
  • Apple
  • Aurora
  • Northvolt
  • Galp
  • BASF
  • Bettergy
  • BOAO Navigator Battery Holding
  • Bolloré
  • BMW
  • Bosch
  • BYD
  • California Energy Commission
  • Cymbet
  • Dyson / Sakti3
  • Enevate
  • Enovate
  • Factorial Energy
  • Ford
  • FREYR Battery
  • Front Edge Technology
  • General Motors Collaborating with LG Energy Solution on Solid State Batteries
  • Honda
  • Hyundai
  • Ilika
  • Ion Storage Systems
  • Ionic
  • Jiawei
  • Johnson Battery Technologies
  • LG
  • Lishen
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • MIT
  • Mitsui Kinzoku
  • Mobis Energy
  • Mullen Automotive
  • Nissan
  • Northvolt
  • Panasonic
  • Pellion
  • PolyPlus
  • ProLogium
  • QuantumScape
  • Riverstone Holdings’ Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corporation III
  • Sony
  • Total / Saft
  • Sakti3
  • Samsung
  • SK Innovation
  • Schneider Electric
  • Seeo
  • Sila Nanotechnologies and Enivate
  • Sion Power
  • SK Innovation
  • SolidEnergy Systems
  • Solid Power
  • Stanford TomKat Center
  • Sumitomo Electric Industries
  • SUNY
  • Tesla
  • Thermo Scientific
  • Total Energies / Saft
  • Toyota
  • US Department of Energy
  • US Military
  • LG / University of California at San Diego
  • University of Illinois at Urbana
  • University of Texas All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Battery Cell
  • Volkswagen Group
  • Wildcat Discovery Technologies