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<2020> Technology Status and Market Outlook for All Solid-State Battery (~2030)
  • Publishing Date : 2020-05-25
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<2020> Technology Status and Market Outlook for All Solid-State Battery(~2030)


 As the issues on LiB stability and energy density have continuously been raised, the development of next-generation batteries has been gradually spreading in order to resolve this; among those, the all solid-state battery is receiving the most attention in terms of its stability and development completion degree.

All solid-state batteries can be classified into three types of sulfide-based, oxide-based, and polymer-based, according to the types of electrolyte materials, each of which has different merits/demerits and issues by substance. This report described the merits/demerits, issues, manufacturing processes, etc. by type for these matters. In addition, we forecasted major development types for each company and the market outlook for each type, until 2030.

This report estimated the market by aggregating the degree of technology development, the OEM requirements, and the target mass-production timing of all solid-state battery makers, analyzing the market by battery maker type, by company, and by application.

This report contains the information in 9 chapters, and the contents of the chapters are as the following table.




Detailed Contents


1. Introduction


     1.1 History of Battery Development


        1.1.1 History of ancient battery development


        1.1.2 Leclanch? cell


        1.1.3 Alkaline cell


        1.1.4 Lead-acid battery


        1.1.5 Ni-Cd battery


        1.1.6 Ni-MH battery


        1.1.7 Lithium-ion battery


     1.2 Problems of Lithium Secondary Battery


        1.2.1 Safety


        1.2.2 Energy density


2. All Solid-State Battery


     2.1 Advantages of All Solid-State Battery


        2.1.1 Improved energy density


        2.1.2 Applicable to new active materials


        2.1.3 Lower activation energy


2.2 Manufacturing Process of All Solid-State Battery


        2.2.1 Production of electrolyte layers


        2.2.2 Production of anode and cathode composite layers


        2.2.3 Cell assembly


     2.3 Solid Electrolyte


        2.3.1 History of solid electrolyte development


        2.3.2 Solid electrolyte mechanism


        2.3.3 Classification of solid electrolyte


     2.4 Effects of All Solid-State Batteries on SCMs


3. Sulfide-Based Electrolyte


     3.1 Types of Sulfide-Based Electrolyte


        3.1.1 Thio-LISICON-based


        3.1.2 Binary sulfide-based


        3.1.3 Argyrodite-based


        3.1.4 Other: Li7P2S8I


     3.2 Methods for Synthesizing Sulfide-Based Electrolytes


        3.2.1 Solid-phase synthesis


        3.2.2 Liquid-phase synthesis


        3.2.3 Wet-chemical synthesis


3.3 Methods for Synthesizing Core Raw Materials


        3.3.1 Core raw material: Li2S


        3.3.2 Synthesis of starting materials


        3.3.3 Starting Material: Li metal


        3.3.4 Starting Material: Li2SO4


        3.3.5 Starting Material: Li2CO3


        3.3.6 Starting Material: LiOH


        3.3.7 Starting Material: Li-R


4. Oxide-Based Electrolyte


     4.1 Types of Oxide-Based Electrolyte


        4.1.1 Perovskite-based


        4.1.2 Garnet-based


        4.1.3 NASICON-based


        4.1.4 Li1+xAlxGe2-x(PO4)3 (LAGP)


        4.1.5 Other: Li2.9PO3.3N0.46 (LiPON)


     4.2 Methods for Synthesizing Oxide-Based Electrolytes


        4.2.1 Solid-phase synthesis


        4.2.2 Liquid-phase synthesis


5. Polymer-Based Electrolyte


     5.1 Types of Polymer-Based Electrolyte


        5.1.1 PEO-based electrolyte


        5.1.2 Polymer/ceramic composite


     5.2 Methods for Synthesizing Polymer-Based Electrolytes


        5.2.1 Blending method - PEO-based electrolyte


        5.2.2 Blending method ? Polymer/ceramic composite


6. R&D Trends for All Solid-State Battery


     6.1 Problems of All Solid-State Battery


     6.2 R&D trends for All Solid-State Battery


        6.2.1 Improved stability of Li metal


        6.2.2 Improvement of electrode binding capacity issue


        6.2.3 Improvement of pole plate manufacturing process


     6.3 R&D trends for Sulfide-Based Electrolyte


        6.3.1 Improvement of interfacial stability of solid electrolyte/electrode


        6.3.2 Improvement of particle segregation


        6.3.3 Control of void generation


        6.3.4 Improvement of solid electrolyte performance


6.4 R&D trends for Oxide-Based Electrolyte


        6.4.1 Improvement of solid electrolyte/electrode contact


        6.4.2 Improvement of solid electrolyte performance


     6.5 R&D trends for Polymer-Based Electrolyte


        6.5.1 Improvement of self-standing characteristics of electrolyte layers


        6.5.2 Control of Li dendrite formation


7. Patent Trends for All Solid-State Battery


     7.1 Outline of All Solid-State Battery Patents


     7.2 Patent Search Conditions and Selection Methods for Core Patents (by 2017)


     7.3 Status of Core Patent Selection


     7.4 Core Patent for Inorganic (Oxide and Sulfide) All Solid-State Electrolyte


     7.5 Analysis of Polymer All Solid-State Electrolyte Core Patents


 8. Status of All Solid-State Battery Developer


     8.1 Asian Companies


        8.1.1 Samsung Electronics


        8.1.2 Korea Institute of Industrial Technology


        8.1.3 LG Chem


        8.1.4 SK Innovation


8.1.5 Hyundai Motor Company


        8.1.6 Seven King Energy


        8.1.7 Toyota


        8.1.8 Hitachi Zosen


        8.1.9 TDK


        8.1.10 Ohara


        8.1.11 Murata


        8.1.12 Idemitsu Kosan


        8.1.13 APB


        8.1.14 FDK


        8.1.15 NGK SPARK PLUG


        8.1.16 Taiyo Yuden


        8.1.17 CATL


        8.1.18 Prologium


        8.1.19 Ganfeng Lithium


     8.2 European Companies


        8.2.1 Ilika


        8.2.2 Blue Solutions


        8.2.3 IMEC


8.3 North American Companies


        8.3.1 Solid Power


        8.3.2 Solid Energy Systems


        8.3.3 24M


        8.3.4 Hydro Qu?bec


        8.3.5 Sakti3


        8.3.6 SEEO


        8.3.7 Brightvolt


        8.3.8 Ionic Materials


        8.3.9 TeraWatt


     8.4 Status of All Solid-State Battery Development Collaboration


     8.5 Status of Regional Support Institutions


        8.5.1 Global cooperation methods through inter-country government funding


        8.5.2 Status of major institutions in Asia


        8.5.3 Status of major institutions in Europe


        8.5.4 Status of major institutions in North America


9. Outlook for All Solid-State Battery Market


     9.1 Outline of All Solid-State Battery Market Outlook


     9.2 All Solid-State Battery Market Outlook


        9.2.1 Usage ratio of all solid-state batteries


        9.2.2 All solid-state battery market outlook by application


        9.2.3 Market outlook by battery type


        9.2.4 Market outlook for major players of all solid-state batteries


     9.3 Market Outlook for All Solid-State Batteries for Vehicles


        9.3.1 All solid-state battery market outlook by application


        9.3.2 Market outlook by battery type


        9.3.3 Market outlook for major players of all solid-state batteries


        9.3.4 Outlook for M/S of all solid-state battery makers for vehicles




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