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<2021> Technology Status and Market Outlook for All Solid-State Battery (~2030)
  • Publishing Date : 2021-05-04
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<2021>Technology Status and Market Outlook for All Solid-State Battery (~2030)

 

 

 

As the issues regarding the stability and energy density of LiB continue to be raised, the development of next-generation batteries to solve these problems is gradually expanding, and among them, all-solid-state batteries are receiving the most attention in terms of stability and a development completion degree.

 

All-solid-state batteries can be classified into 3 types of sulfide-based, oxide-based, and polymer-based, according to the kinds of electrolyte substances; each substance has different advantages/disadvantages and issues. This report described the advantages/disadvantages, issues, manufacturing processes, etc. of these substances. In addition, the major development types for each company and the market outlook for each type are projected until 2030.

 

This report calculates the market by integrating the degree of technology development, OEM requirements, and target mass production times of all-solid-state battery companies, and analyzed the market by type, by company, and by application, with respect to battery companies.

 

The above content was divided into a total of 9 chapters to describe the relevant substances; the approximate contents of each chapter are shown in the table of contents as follows.

 

Detailed Contents

 

1. Introduction

 

     1.1 Battery Development History

 

        1.1.1 History of Ancient Battery Development

 

        1.1.2 Manganese Battery (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 Secondary Battery (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 Energy Density Improvement

 

        2.1.2 Enabled Application of New Active Materials

 

        2.1.3 Low Activation Energy

 

2.2 Manufacturing Process of All-Solid-State Battery

 

        2.2.1 Electrolyte Layer Manufacturing

 

        2.2.2 Manufacture 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 Drive Mechanism

 

        2.3.3 Classification of Solid Electrolytes

 

     2.4 Effects of All-Solid-State Batteries on the Existing SCM

 

3. Sulfide-Based Electrolyte

 

     3.1 Type 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 Synthesis Method of Sulfide-Based Electrolyte

 

        3.2.1 Solid-Phase Synthesis

 

        3.2.2 Liquid-Phase Synthesis

 

        3.2.3 Wet-Chemical Synthesis

 

3.3 Synthesis Method of 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 Type 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 Synthesis Method of Oxide-Based Electrolyte

 

        4.2.1 Solid-Phase Synthesis

 

        4.2.2 Solid-Phase Synthesis

 

5. Polymer-Based Electrolyte

 

     5.1 Type of Polymer-Based Electrolyte

 

        5.1.1 PEO-Based Electrolyte

 

        5.1.2 Polymer/Ceramic Composite

 

     5.2 Synthesis Method of Polymer-Based Electrolyte

 

        5.2.1 Blending Method ? PEO-Based Electrolyte

 

        5.2.2 Blending Method ? Polymer/Ceramic Composite

 

6. R&D Trend of All-Solid-State Battery

 

     6.1 Problems of All-Solid-State Battery

 

     6.2 R&D Trend of All-Solid-State Battery

 

        6.2.1 Improvement of Li Metal Stability

 

        6.2.2 Improvement of Electrode Binding Strength Problem

 

        6.2.3 Improvement of Pole-Plate Manufacturing Process

 

     6.3 R&D Trend of Sulfide-Based Electrolyte

 

        6.3.1 Improvement of Solid Electrolyte/Electrode Interface Stability

 

        6.3.2 Improvement of Particle Segregation Problem

 

        6.3.3 Suppression of Void Generation

 

        6.3.4 Improvement of Solid Electrolyte performance

 

6.4 R&D Trend of Oxide-Based Electrolyte

 

        6.4.1 Improvement of Solid Electrolyte/Electrode Contact

 

        6.4.2 Improvement of Solid Electrolyte Performance

 

     6.5 R&D trend of Polymer-Based Electrolyte

 

        6.5.1 Improvement of Self-Standing Properties of Electrolyte layers

 

        6.5.2 Suppression of Li Dendrite Formation

 

7. Patent Trend of All-Solid-State Battery

 

     7.1 Overview of All-Solid-State Battery Patents

 

     7.2 Major Patent of Polymer Type

 

     7.3 Major Patent of Inorganic Matter and Inorganic-Polymer Hybrid

 

     7.4 Patent_Raw Materials of All-Solid State Battery

 

     7.5 Patent_Battery_Application of All-Solid State Battery

 

7.6 Core Patents for Each All-Solid State Battery Material

 

 8. Status of All-Solid-State Battery Development Companies

 

     8.1 Asian Countries

 

        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

 

        8.1.6 7-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

 

8.1.20 TDL

 

8.1.21 Coslight

 

     8.2 European Countries

 

        8.2.1 Ilika

 

        8.2.2 Blue Solutions

 

        8.2.3 IMEC

 

8.3 North American Countries

 

        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

 

8.3.10 QuantumScape

 

     8.4 Status of All-Solid-State Battery Development Collaboration

 

     8.5 Status of Support Institutions by Region

 

        8.5.1 Global Cooperation Method through Government Funding between Countries

 

        8.5.1 Status of Major Asian Institutions

 

        8.5.2 Status of Major European Institutions

 

        8.5.3 Status of Major North American Institutions

 

8.6 Regional Support Programs

 

8.6.1 Japan

 

8.6.2 Europe

 

8.7 Energy Density (Wh/kg & Wh/L)

 

 

 

9. Outlook for All-Solid-State Battery Market

 

     9.1 Overview of All-Solid-State Battery Market Outlook

 

     9.2 Outlook for All-Solid-State Battery Market

 

        9.2.1 Utilization Rate of All-Solid-State Battery

 

        9.2.2 Outlook for All-Solid-State Battery Market by Application

 

        9.2.3 Market Outlook by Battery Type


 

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