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Global and Chinese Lithium Iron Phosphate Material and Battery Industry Report, 2013-2015

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SOURCE Research and Markets

DUBLIN, May 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/m3qtvz/global_and) has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Lithium Iron Phosphate Material and Battery Industry Report, 2013-2015" report to their offering.

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Power battery cathode materials mainly include lithium cobalt oxide, lithium manganese oxide, multi-element materials and lithium iron phosphate, of which, global market share of lithium cobalt oxide has kept declining over the recent years, while that of both multi-element materials and lithium iron phosphate has got improved to some extent.

Internationally, lithium iron phosphate manufacturers mainly refer to the U.S.-based A123 and Valence, Canada-based Phostech, Taiwan-based Formosa Lithium Iron Oxide Corp., Aleees and HIROSE TECH. Among them, the first three companies grasp more mature mass-production technology. However, driven by the Asia-Pacific new energy electric vehicle industry, global lithium iron phosphate industry is gradually shifting focus towards Mainland China and Taiwan.

Global lithium iron phosphate sales volume approximated 11 kilotons in 2013, about 52.7% of which came from China, largely because Chinese electric vehicle companies tended to use power battery with lithium iron phosphate as cathode materials.

According to China's Planning for the Development of the Energy-Saving and New Energy Automobile Industry (2012-2020), pure electric vehicles (PEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) strive to reach cumulative output and sales volume of 500,000 by 2015; over five million by 2020, with production capacity of two million. As the most important cathode material of battery power in China, lithium iron phosphate will see a significant increase in demand driven by the new energy automotive industry in the future.

In China, there have been more than 100 companies involved in lithium iron phosphate by the end of 2013, and over ten of them such as Tianjin STL Energy Technology Co., Ltd., Pulead Technology Industry Co., Ltd., Sichuan Huangming Lithium Energy New Materials Co., Ltd., Nanjing Lasting Brilliance New Energy Technology Co., Ltd. and Yantai Zhuoneng Battery Material Co.,Ltd can achieve large-scale production. And, many domestic enterprises based on the promising market prospects have made capacity expansion plans, especially Pulead Technology, Huangming Lithium Energy and Nanjing Lasting Brilliance will raise lithium iron phosphate capacity to 10kt/a each in 2015.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Overview of LiFePO4 Battery

2. Overview of International Market

3. Market of LiFePO4 Materials in China

4. Industry of LiFePO4 Battery in China

5. Key LiFePO4 Materials Manufacturers

6. Key LiFePO4 Battery Manufacturers

7 Summary and Forecast

Companies Mentioned:

  • A123 Systems
  • ALeees
  • BYD
  • CENS Energy-Tech
  • China BAK Battery
  • Crown Shuo (Suzhou) New Energy
  • Formosa Energy & Material Technology
  • HeFei GuoXuan High-Tech Power Energy
  • Hipower New Energy Group
  • Hirose Tech
  • Huanyu Power Source Co.,Ltd
  • Hunan Haorun Technology
  • Hunan Shanshan Toda Advanced Materials
  • Nanjing Lasting Brilliance New Energy Technology
  • NanoChem Systems (Suzhou)
  • Phostech
  • Pihsiang Energy Technology
  • Pulead Technology Industry
  • Qingdao Hongnai New Energy
  • ShenZhen TianJiao Technology Development LTD.
  • Shenzhen Bei Terui New Energy Material Co., Ltd
  • Shenzhen Mottcell Battery Technology
  • Sichuan Huangming Lithium Energy New Materials
  • Tatung Fine Chemicals
  • Tianjin Lishen Battery Joint-Stock
  • Tianjin STL Energy Technology
  • Valence
  • Wanxiang EV
  • Xinxiang Chuangjia Power Supply Material
  • Xinxiang Huaxin Energy Materials
  • Yantai Zhuoneng Battery Material

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/m3qtvz/global_and

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