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電動車電池、充電技術

Electric Vehicle Battery and Charging Technologies

出版商 ABI Research 商品編碼 879033
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 50 Pages
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電動車電池、充電技術 Electric Vehicle Battery and Charging Technologies
出版日期: 2019年07月01日內容資訊: 英文 50 Pages
簡介

本報告提供電動車電池、充電技術市場相關調查,OEM應在今後10年採用電池技術,固態技術和鋰矽電池等,更長期有希望的電池技術概要,這些技術帶給下一代BEV的影響等相關彙整。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 簡介

第3章 電動車電池技術

  • 鋰電池
  • 電池主要的必要條件
  • 能量密度的改善、降低成本
  • 急速充電功能的改善
  • 替代電池技術
  • 電力電池的價值鏈
  • 電力電池的回收
  • 電池技術的時間軸
  • Enevate
  • 24M

第4章 EV充電基礎設施

  • 定位必要條件
  • 公共充電技術
  • 智慧型能源管理
  • V2G
  • 電池驅動充電站
  • 無線充電

第5章 基礎設施的經營模式

  • 主要的相關利益者
  • 商機的類型
  • 能源銷售額
  • 智慧型能源管理
  • V2G
  • 機會、分析

第6章 預測

  • EV預測
  • EV電池收益預測
  • 充電基礎設施預測
目錄
Product Code: AN-5152

The market for Electric Vehicles (EVs) has seen increasing growth over the past decade; however, for the market to continue its forward momentum, EV battery technology will need to continue to improve. Simultaneously, improvements and increasing availability of EV charging infrastructure will further help the appeal of EVs.

The need for better batteries in electric vehicles is being pushed by consumers requirements of cheaper costs, longer ranges and faster charging times. This report will examine which battery technologies OEMs should adopt over the course of the next 10 years, in order to meet these KPIs, as well as outlining the more promising long-term battery technologies, including solid-state technology and lithium-silicon batteries, analyzing the impact that these will have on the next generation of BEVs. Companies covered in this section include battery technology developers 24M and Enevate.

Charging infrastructure meanwhile poses a unique problem for national grid operators, energy suppliers and even automotive OEMs. Suitable charging infrastructure is clearly a key requirement for the success of electric vehicles, however with increasing charging power and increasing prevalence of charging points, the electricity grid will become increasingly stressed. This report will examine how the future role of transformative technologies such as V2G and smart energy management and wireless charging, detailing work from Nuvve, WiTricity and others, can help manage the increasing use of electric vehicles as well as provide new business opportunities for charging platform operators and energy suppliers.

The infrastructure section of this report also addresses the electric vehicle market's elephant in the room - the limited market potential for energy retail with electric vehicles. Over the next decade, the market for selling energy for use in electric vehicles will reach US$6 Billion globally per year. This report will examine how grid services such as smart charging, V2G and other technologies such as wireless charging can help utilities address the shortfall in the inevitable transition from ICEs to EVs.

Companies Mentioned

  • Battery Technologies Inc
  • BMW Group
  • Bosch
  • CCS LLC
  • ICE
  • LG
  • Nissan
  • Panasonic
  • Qualcomm Inc
  • Samsung
  • Schematic

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Battery Technology Trends
  • 1.2. Charging Infrastructure Trends
  • 1.3. Business Models, Ecosystems, and Forecasts

2. INTRODUCTION

3. ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY TECHNOLOGY

  • 3.1. The Lithium-ion Battery
  • 3.2. Key Requirements of a Battery
  • 3.3. Improving Energy Density and Reducing Costs
  • 3.4. Improving Fast-Charging Capabilities
  • 3.5. Alternative Battery Technologiies
  • 3.6. Electric Battery Value Chain
  • 3.7. Electric Battery Recycling
  • 3.8. Battery Technology Timeline
  • 3.9. Enevate
  • 3.10. 24M

4. EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE

  • 4.1. Locational Requirements
  • 4.2. Public Charging Technology
  • 4.3. Smart Energy Management
  • 4.4. V2G
  • 4.5. Battery-Powered Charging Stations
  • 4.6. Wireless Charging

5. INFRASTRUCTURE BUSINESS MODELS

  • 5.1. The Key Stakeholders
  • 5.2. The Types of Revenue Opportunities
  • 5.3. Energy Sales
  • 5.4. Smart Energy Management
  • 5.5. V2G
  • 5.6. Total Opportunity and Analysis

6. FORECASTS

  • 6.1. EV Forecasts
  • 6.2. EV Battery Revenue Forecasts
  • 6.3. Charging Infrastructure Forecasts
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