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Sodium-ion Batteries in Russia and the world: Production, Market and Forecast

ページ数: 101 テーブルの数: 8 桁数: 22
レポートの言語: Russian
リリース: 03.06.2024
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This report is currently available in Russian language only. However, we can provide an English version of the report within 3 weeks after receiving a payment

 

This report is the first edition of a study of the sodium-ion salt batteries market in Russia and the world.

 

The purpose of the study is to analyze the global and Russian market for sodium-ion salt batteries.

The object of research is sodium-ion batteries.

 

This work is a desk research. Data from the statistical committees of the EAEU countries (including Rosstat, the National Statistical Committee of the Republic of Belarus, the Bureau of National Statistics of the Agency for Strategic Planning and Reforms of the Republic of Kazakhstan) were used as sources of information; UN international databases (UNdata), World Bank, Eurostat; international and European trade data (UN Comtrade, Trade Map); Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation (until 2022); Unified information system in the field of procurement; railway transport statistics; VLSI databases; foreign specialized companies; annual and quarterly reports of securities issuers; industry and regional press, conference materials, Internet sites of manufacturing enterprises and consumers of the products under study; scientific and technical literature (elibrary, etc.), FIPS patent database; Infomine database, etc.

Chronological scope of the study: 2019-2023. (Chapter 6.5. for R&D – 2015-4 months of 2024), forecast for 2024-2030.

Geography of the study: countries of the world and the Russian Federation.

 

The report consists of 7 chapters, contains 101 pages, including 8 tables, 22 figures and 4 appendices.

The first chapter provides information about sodium-ion salt batteries and compares performance with other types of metal-ion batteries.

The second chapter describes the main cathode and anode materials for the production of NaIA, in particular, hexacyanoferrates, oxides, polyanionic compounds, carbon materials, sulfides and others, as well as electrolyte substances.

The third chapter describes the global market for sodium-ion salt batteries in 2023 and indicates the planned capacity of the main manufacturers for 2030.

The fourth chapter examines the state of the global sodium-ion salt battery industry, summarizes information and provides a description of the main manufacturers from China, the European Union, the USA, India and other countries.

The fifth chapter examines the prospects for the development of the sodium-ion salt battery industry and provides a forecast of global production and consumption until 2030.

The sixth chapter examines the market for sodium-ion salt batteries in Russia in 2019-2023, highlights the main manufacturers and developers, identifies promising projects, reflects foreign trade transactions, presents prices for different types of sodium-ion salt batteries, lists groups of potential consumers, touches on issues of copyright protection for sodium-ion batteries, as well as information on completed and started R&D (research, development and theoretical work).

The seventh chapter describes the prospects for the development of the market for sodium-ion salt batteries in the Russian Federation and presents 3 forecast scenarios until 2030: basic, optimistic and pessimistic.

The appendices provide a list of grants and patents for inventions and utility models of the Russian Federation in the field of sodium-ion salt batteries for 2015-2023, R&D topics are given, indicating the amount of funding and performers, as well as contact information for the main Russian and foreign developers of sodium-ion batteries.

 

A distinctive feature of the report is a detailed examination of the profile of all well-known manufacturers of sodium-ion salt batteries in the world and Russia, an analysis of open R&D and their financing, as well as information on Russian patents for inventions and utility models in the field of sodium-ion salt batteries.

 

Target audience of the study:

- participants in the metal-ion battery market – manufacturers, consumers, traders;

- students of specialized universities;

- market analysts for chemical power sources;

- potential investors.

 

The proposed study claims to be a reference guide for specialists making management decisions working in the market of metal-ion salt batteries and devices based on them.

Annotation

 

Terms and Definitions

 

Introduction

 

1. Main characteristics of sodium-ion batteries and comparison of indicators with other types of ion batteries

About the safety of metal-ion batteries

 

2. The main cathode and anode materials for the production of sodium-ion batteries, the degree of their availability, the world's main manufacturers of materials

2.1. Cathode materials

Cyanates (PBAs)

Oxides

Polyanionic compounds

Quinones

2.2. Anode materials

Carbon materials

Sulfides

2.3. Electrolyte substances

 

3. Volume of the global sodium-ion batteries market in physical and value terms in 2019-2023.

 

4. Review of the main manufacturers of sodium-ion batteries in the world

CATL (China)

BYD (China)

Zoolnasm (China)

Farasis Energy (China)

Natrium Energy (China)

Jiangsu Transimage Tech (China)

CHAM Battery Technology (China)

Great Power (China)

Acculon Energy (USA)

HiNa Battery Technology Co., Ltd. (China)

Natron Energy, Inc. (USA)

Altris (Sweden)

Northvolt (Sweden)

China Sodium New Energy Co., Ltd./Xinxiang Power (China)

Haishida Power Supply Co., Ltd. (China)

Peak Energy (USA)

Tiamat Energy (France)

BMZ Group (Germany)

Faradion (England, India)

KPIT Technologies (India)

Other manufacturers

 

5. Main trends and prospects in the global sodium-ion batteries market

Electric transport

Energy storage devices

Forecasts

 

6. Sodium-ion batteries market in Russia in 2019-2023.

6.1 Developers and manufacturers of sodium-ion batteries in Russia, planned projects for the release

Renera LLC (Moscow)

Eranatria LLC (Moscow)

Transport of the Future LLC (Belgorod region)

K-Plus LLC (Skolkovo)

6.2 Foreign trade operations of Russia with sodium-ion batteries in 2019-2023.

6.3 Sodium-ion batteries prices in Russia in 2019-2023.

6.4 Current and potential consumers of sodium-ion batteries in Russia

6.5 R&D on sodium-ion batteries in Russia in 2015-4 months. 2024

Federal Research Center for Problems of Chemical Physics and Medical Chemistry RAS (Chernogolovka)

Moscow State University named after M. V. Lomonosova (Moscow)

Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry named after. A.N. Frumkin RAS (Moscow)

Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry SB RAS (Novosibirsk)

Federal Research Center for Chemical Physics named after. N. N. Semenova RAS (Moscow)

Institute of Inorganic Chemistry named after. A. V. Nikolaev SB RAS

Institute of Chemistry DO RAS (Vladivostok)

Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry named after. N. S. Kurnakov RAS (Moscow)

Skolkovo Institute of Technology (Moscow)

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna)

St. Petersburg University (St. Petersburg)

St. Petersburg State Marine Technical University (SPbGMTU)

Samara Polytechnic (Samara)

6.6. Copyright protection of sodium-ion batteries in Russia in 2019-2023.

 

7. Prospects for the development of the sodium-ion batteries market in Russia, forecast until 2030.

 

Conclusion

 

Appendix 1: Russian Federation grants for sodium-ion batteries in 2015-2024.

Appendix 2: Patents of the Russian Federation according to sodium-ion batteries in 2018-2023.

Appendix 3: Address book of the main foreign developers of sodium-ion batteries

Appendix 4: Address book of the main Russian developers of sodium-ion batteries

Table 1: Key characteristics of metal-ion batteries in 2023

Table 2: Cathode and anode materials from manufacturers and developers of sodium-ion batteries

Table 3: Sodium-ion batteries production capacity in the world in 2023 and 2030, GWh

Table 4: Capacity of the world countries for the production of sodium-ion batteries in 2023, GWh

Table 5: Stages of sodium-ion batteries production in the Russian Federation by company as of May 2024

Table 6: Main financial indicators of Renera LLC in 2019-2023, million rubles.

Table 7: Sodium-ion batteries prices in Russia in May 2024, rub.

Table 8: Comparative modeling of the cost of LIB and sodium-ion batteries

Figure 1: Metal-ion battery diagram

Figure 2: Structural types of sodium layered oxides

Figure 3: Diagram of advantages of sodium-ion batteries CATL

Figure 4: Exterior view of a container with 6.25 MWh batteries

Figure 5: Main characteristics of Zoolnasm portable sodium-ion batteries

Figure 6: Sample sodium-ion battery from atrium Energy (China)

Figure 7: Appearance of the sodium-ion batteries cell/element model 18650 from Transimage (China)

Figure 8: Three varieties of HiNa Battery sodium cells

Figure 9: Sehol E10X Sodium Electric Vehicles

Figure 10: Appearance of BMZ Group sodium-ion batteries from the new NaTE series

Figure 11: External view of Faradion 3 Ah sodium-ion batteries

Figure 12: Sodium city car Yizhi EV3

Figure 13: JAC Yiwei 3 sodium city car

Figure 14: Sodium scooter from Zoolnasm

Figure 15: SNE cabinet at sodium-ion batteries of Huayang New Materials Group

Figure 16: Guangxi Fulin storage station in China

Figure 17: Dynamics of grants for R&D by sodium-ion batteries in 2015-4 months. 2024, million rubles

Figure 18: Main grant givers in 2015-4 months. 2024, million rubles

Figure 19: Top 10 grant recipients for sodium-ion batteries in 2015-4 months. 2024, million rubles

Figure 20: Dynamics of patenting of “battery sodium” in the world in 2004-2023, units.

Figure 21: Basic forecast of production and consumption of sodium-ion batteries in the Russian Federation for 2024-2030, MWh

Figure 22: Optimistic forecast for production and consumption of sodium-ion batteries in the Russian Federation for 2024-2030, MWh

 

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