Dr. Anderman’s insightful report analyzes Tesla’s success to date and forecasts the impact it will have on automakers, battery producers, and the future of the EV industry.
- Tesla’s sudden success and the direction of the EV market
- EV battery technology: Tesla vs. conventional
- Tesla battery IP by subject matter and significance
- EV battery cost
- The gigafactory: cost, challenges, benefits
- Tesla battery annual production cost estimate (Japan/U.S.) vs. volume from 2013 to 2024
- Tesla’s impact on the battery industry
- EV market forecast to 2020
- EV battery market forecast to 2020
2015 edition available May 2015
Unbiased appraisals of the progress of hybrid and electric vehicles results from an in-depth analysis of advanced automotive battery technology. Market forecasts for each significant automaker and battery producer form part of these analyses and are based on onsite interviews with all four tiers of the supply chain.
Executive Summary Selections
A comprehensive analysis of the plans of major automakers and regional market conditions worldwide, set against the cost benefit ratios of emerging vehicles and battery technologies.
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An uncompromised view of:
- HEV market direction
- The market challenges for EV-PHEV
- Future technology and market positions of automotive Lead-Acid and Nickel-Metal Hydride batteries and ultracapacitors
Dr. Anderman inspects a Tesla battery module prior to its electrical testing.
Dr. Menahem Anderman,
President, Advanced Automotive Batteries
Menahem Anderman has directed development programs for high-power nickel-based and Li-Ion batteries as well as electrochemical capacitors. His corporate experience ranges from materials research, cell design, and product development, to battery-system application, market development, technology and business assessment and general management. He holds a PhD with honors in Physical Chemistry from the University of California, and founded Total Battery Consulting in 1996 to offer consulting services in lithium- and nickel-based battery development and application, intellectual property issues in battery-related markets, and investment assessment.
Dr. Anderman, who is known for his co-authorship of the 2000 California Air Resources Board Battery Report, founded Advanced Automotive Batteries (AAB) during that year to provide up-to-date technology and market assessments of the growing field of energy storage for advanced automotive applications. AAB published the 2002 and 2007 Advanced Automotive Batteries Industry Reports, the 2005 Ultracapacitor Report and the 2010 Plug-In Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Opportunity Report. AAB, with Dr. Anderman serving as Chairman, also organizes the main international event in the industry: the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference (AABC). For over a decade, the annual AABC has attracted professionals from the hybrid and electric vehicle world and the three tiers of the battery supply chain. Renowned as a global meeting place, AABC features presentations and discussions that address the most pivotal issues affecting the technology and market of advanced vehicles and the batteries that will power them. Since 2010, to keep pace with the rapidly expanding technology and market development, AAB has been hosting two conferences per year - one in the U.S. and the other in Europe or Asia. In 2015, AABC Europe will take place in Mainz, Germany, January 26 - 29, and the international AABC will be held in Detroit, from June 15 - 19.