EV Battery Market worth $508.8 billion by 2033 – Exclusive Report by MarketsandMarkets™

Chicago, Jan. 29, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EV battery market is projected to grow from USD 132.6 billion in 2023 to USD 508.8 billion by 2033, registering a CAGR of 14.4%, according to a new report by MarketsandMarkets™. 

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Report Attributes Details
Market size value in 2023: USD 132.6 billion
Projected to reach 2033: USD 508.8 billion
CAGR: 14.4%
Forecast Period: 2023-2033
Largest Market: Asia Pacific
Region Covered: Asia Pacific, Europe, and North America
Segments Covered: By Battery Type (Lead-acid, Li-ion, Na-ion, NiMH, SSB), Propulsion (BEV, PHEV, ECEV, HEV), Battery Form, Vehicle Type, Material Type, Battery Capacity, Method, Li-ion Battery Component and Region – Global Forecast to 2033
Companies Covered: CATL (China), LG Energy Solution Ltd. (South Korea), BYD Company Ltd. (China), Panasonic Holdings Corporation (Japan), and SK Innovation Co., Ltd. (South Korea)

Recent advancements in the EV market have resulted in the introduction of batteries with higher standards. While these batteries are expected to improve EV performance and range, factors such as the limited range of EVs, the significant charging time required, the high price of EV batteries, and the limited availability of charging stations make users hesitant to choose EVs over ICE vehicles. As a result, EV battery makers are concentrating on overcoming these challenges by developing new batteries with creative, fast, and rapid charging technologies. Besides, there are improvements in manufacturing processes, including automation and novel assembly techniques, which aim to reduce costs and enhance the scalability of battery production. This includes innovations in electrode manufacturing, cell assembly, and pack integration such development is also expected to play a significant role in market growth.

“Cylindrical segment is expected to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period.”

The cylindrical segment is projected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period. Cylindrical batteries are known for their durability and robustness. Compared to the other EV battery formats, cylindrical cells are the least expensive to manufacture because their casing allows for superior containment and provides efficient mechanical resistance from both external and internal stresses. According to Laserax, on average, EVs with cylindrical cells have between 5,000 and 9,000 cells. This is in stark contrast with pouch cells, which only have a few hundred cells, and an even lower number in prismatic cells. OEMs are also adopting cylindrical battery form for example, Tesla chooses to use cylindrical batteries because of their reliability and durability. Also, in January 2023, General Motors considered using cylinder batteries over pouches for EVs.

“Negative electrode segment to hold largest market share during the forecast period.”

The negative electrode in an EV battery plays a crucial role in its performance and longevity. It is responsible for storing lithium ions during charging and releasing them during discharge. The energy density of the negative electrode material determines the amount of energy that can be stored in a battery. Higher energy density leads to longer range and less frequent charging. However, with rising battery demand, the negative electrode is expected to be the most important lithium-ion battery component. The negative electrode, also known as the anode, plays a critical role in the performance of lithium-ion batteries. It is responsible for storing and releasing lithium ions during the charging and discharging process. The ideal anode material should have high energy density, high power density, long cycle life, and good safety. The anode is responsible for enabling electric currents to flow through the external circuit while allowing reversible absorption and emission of lithium ions released from the cathode. When the battery is being charged, lithium ions are stored in the anode. A negative electrode is also known as an anode in lithium-ion batteries. Hitachi Chemical, BTR, Shanshan Technology, JFE, Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings, and Nippon Carbon are among the Asian companies that produce anode materials. Nanocomposite tin/carbon/cobalt alloys and silicon-carbon composites are two major advancements in negative electrode materials.

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“North America to be the prominent growing market for EV battery during the forecast period.”

North America’s automobile industry is among the most advanced in the world. Due to the presence of major commercial automotive manufacturers such as Tesla, Proterra, MAN, and NFI Group, the region is known for cutting-edge R&D, innovations, and technological developments in EVs. These companies are investing in building and expanding battery manufacturing facilities in North America. These facilities aim to produce lithium-ion batteries and other advanced battery technologies to cater to the rising demand for electric vehicles. In North America, the US has long been a technology pioneer, and has the largest EV battery industry in North America. In the North American EV market, top EV battery providers and startups have teamed with OEMs. For instance, GM has teamed with LG Chem. Stellantis, on the other hand, has teamed up with Samsung SDI to develop EV batteries. Also, Ford is collaborating with SK Innovation. Tesla manufactures its own EV batteries. All of these corporations are collaborating to establish manufacturing centres in the US. Moreover, Various federal and state-level policies and incentives are encouraging EV adoption and the development of the EV battery market. This includes tax credits for EV purchases, investments in charging infrastructure, and funding for research and development in battery technology. Additionally, OEMs are expanding their attention on launching electric trucks, vans, and buses; the North American EV battery market is likely to increase dramatically. Rising demand for zero-emission freight and public transportation fleets is also predicted to drive growth in the North American EV battery market.

Key Market Players

The EV Battery Companies are CATL (China), LG Energy Solution Ltd. (South Korea), BYD Company Ltd. (China), Panasonic Holdings Corporation (Japan), SK Innovation Co., Ltd. (South Korea) and others.

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