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2014 Global EV Shipment & Secondary Battery Supplement Result
  • Publishing Date : 2015-05-19
  • Published cycle : Special
  • Page :  116p
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The first electric vehicle traces back to a three-wheeled automobile demonstrated by French inventor Gustave Trouve in 1881 at the International Exhibition of Electricity in Paris and electric vehicles once outsold internal combustion engine automobiles.


The Renaissance for electric vehicles has recently been brought by the release of Toyota's hybrid car Prius. Since then, automakers have strived to unveil new BEV and PHEV models such Nissan LEAF, Chevrolet Volt, Tesla Model S. 



SNE Research, watching the development of monthly EV sales with the keenest interest, expects the EV market to show explosive growth after 2015 with three turning points overcoming limited driving range and high battery prices and entry of new market players.


SNE Research every month has complied EV sales data worldwide to keep current with trends. We have gathered and compiled country-specific sales data for each EV model (28 countries) to help identify what cars are the most popular in each country and also provide region- and model-specific sales data.


In 2014, about two million electric cars were sold:  1,686,327 HEVs, 211,586 BEVs and 129,290 PHEVs.  In terms of actual number of cars sold, HEVs account for 83% but BEVs and PHEVs more and more increase their shares.




This report provides data of battery shipments for EVs, based on analyses on the specification, capacity and supplier of rechargeable batteries used in each EV model. It also analyzes demand for rechargeable batteries by EV model, battery type, shape (cylindrical/prismatic/pouch) and supplier.


From a supplier perspective, Panasonic, Tesla's battery-cell supplier, accounts for the largest market share, followed by AESC, which supplies rechargeable batteries for the best-selling electric vehicle Nissan Leaf. PEVE, which is a JV between Toyota and Panasonic, and supplies nickel-hydride batteries for Toyota hybrid cars, ranks 3rd but its supply of li-ion batteries remains small.


[Capacity and Shares of Rechargeable Batteries for Electric Vehicles Sold by Supplier]
Capacity- and model-specific data revealed that HEVs hold a dominant position in sales volume but have a relatively small share in terms of capacity.  Based on capacity per vehicle, BEVs account for the largest share of the entire demand.




As for the correlation between the battery shape (cylindrical/prismatic/pouch) and EV model, prismatic batteries are preferred in HEVs; prismatic and pouch types share evenly in PHEVs; and all the types are evenly distributed in BEVs. 




SNE Research has recently published a new research to provide a multifaceted analysis of the EV and EV battery markets based on data of EV sales and battery specifications.


 The report features:

1. Country-specific monthly EV sales for 2014 (27 countries)

2. Target countries: USA, Canada, Japan, China, Korea, Netherland, France, Norway, Germany, UK, Greece, Portugal, Finland, Iceland, Austria, Belgium, Czech, Estonia, Poland, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, Ireland, Sweden, Spain, Australia, New Zealand

3. Analysis of battery demand by battery type, shape, EV model and supplier based on battery specification and capacity

4. Analysis of major clients, battery shapes and vehicle models for each battery maker

The data provided are limited to passenger EVs, excluding electric buses, e-bikes, electric trucks and commercial equipment.

The battery capacity provided may differ from the actual shipments by manufacturers in that it is based on those used in EVs actually sold and does not include any stocks of batteries mounted in electric cars or as parts and losses during car manufacturing process.




- Contents -


1.   Overview                                              

 1.1. History of Electric Vehicles  

          1.2. New Era of Electric Vehicles

          1.3. Types of Electric Vehicles


2.   EV Market Forecast                                                                                  

          2.1 2014 Global EV Sales and Market Share

          2.2 Global EV Market Analysis and Forecast (2012 - 2020)


3.2014 EV Sales

3.1. EV Sales Analysis in Major Markets

          3.1.1. Japan   

          3.1.2. The U.S.  

          3.1.3. China  

          3.1.4. The U.K   

          3.1.5. Germany   

          3.1.6. Korea   

          3.1.7. Greece  

          3.1.8. Netherlands

          3.1.9. Norway

          3.1.10. France 

3.2. Region-Specific EV Sales

          3.2.1. Region-Specific EV Sales-BEV 

          3.2.2. Region-Specific EV Sales- PHEV

          3.2.3. Region-Specific EV Sales-HEV 

          3.2.4. Region-Specific EV Sales-BEV+PHEV 

3.3. Region-Specific EV Sales Analysis (Top 10 Countries) 

          3.3.1. BEV Sales Analysis (Top 10 Countries)

          3.3.2. PHEV Sales Analysis (Top 10 Countries)

          3.3.3. HEV Sales Analysis (Top 10 Countries) 

          3.3.4. BEV+PHEV Sales Analysis (Top 10 Countries)

          3.4 Global Top 10 EV Makers

          3.4.1. Global Top 10 EV Makers-BEV+PHEV Sales

          3.4.2. Global Top 10 EV Makers-BEV Sales

          3.4.3. Global Top 10 EV Makers-PHEV Sales

          3.4.4. Global Top 10 EV Makers-HEV Sales 

3.5  Global Top 10  EV Models

          3.5.1. Global Top 10  EV Models- BEV+PHEV Sales

          3.5.2. Global Top 10  EV Models- BEV Sales

          3.5.3. Global Top 10  EV Models- PHEV Sales

          3.5.4. Global Top 10  EV Models- HEV Sales


4.EV Battery Demand/Supply Analysis

          4.1. EV Battery Demand Analysis and Market Share

          4.2. EV Battery Demand Analysis by Model

          4.3 EV Battery Demand by Shape

          4.4 EV Battery Demand by  Delivery Type

          4.5 EV Battery Demand by Battery Type

          4.6 EV Battery Demand by EV Model and Battery Shape

          4.7 EV Battery Demand by Battery Type and Shape   

          4.8 EV Battery Demand by Supplier

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