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India Li-ion Batteries Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018
The Li-ion batteries are more environmental friendly in comparison to traditional lead-acid, nickel-cadmium and nickel metal hydride batteries, due to their low emission levels, toxicity, and characteristic of recharge ability. In India, Lithium ion batteries are being imported from countries such as China, Taiwan and Korea due to lack of Li-ion battery manufacturing units in the country. Li-ion batteries are majorly used in consumer electronics such as mobile phones, tablet PCs and notebook PCs, etc., due to their compactness, light weight and high durability. These batteries are also used in industrial applications such as medical devices (like surgical devices and respirators), telecom & data communications, energy storage systems, etc. With continuing technological developments, Li-ion batteries are also being used in automobile industry, particularly in electric vehicles.
According to "India Li-ion Batteries Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018", the Li-ion batteries market in India is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 24% during 2013-18. The demand for Li-ion batteries is expected to increase significantly in automotive segment due to increasing government emphasis towards reducing emissions from ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) by switching to electric vehicles. This is further supported by tax exemption for Li-ion batteries used in electric vehicles. Major global players such as LG Chem, Panasonic and IBM are increasing their focus on R&D in order to decrease the manufacturing cost of Li-ion batteries by introducing new high energy density batteries like Lithium air batteries.
"India Li-ion Batteries Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018" report elaborates following aspects:
• India Li-ion Batteries Market Size, Share & Forecast
• Segment Analysis – Consumer Electronics, Industrial and Automotive Li-ion Batteries
• Policy & Regulatory Environment
• Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities
• Strategic Recommendations & Competitive Landscape
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• To gain an in-depth understanding of li-ion batteries market in India
• To identify the on-going trends and anticipated growth in the coming years
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• To obtain research based business decision and add weight to presentations and marketing materials
• To gain competitive knowledge of leading players
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The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary sources. Primary research included interviews with li-ion battery suppliers and industry experts. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like company annual reports, financial reports, and proprietary databases.
1. Analyst Briefing
2. Global Li-ion Batteries Market Outlook
2.1. Market Size & Forecast
2.1.1. By Value
3. India Li-ion Batteries Market Outlook
3.1. Market Size & Forecast
3.1.1. By Value
3.2. Market Share & Forecast
3.2.1. By Type (Lithium Manganese Oxide, Phosphate, Cobalt Oxide, etc)
3.2.2. By Application (Automotive, Consumer Electronics, etc.)
3.2.3. By Region
3.2.4. By Company
4. India Consumer Electronics Li-ion Batteries Market Outlook
4.1. Market Size & Forecast
4.1.1. By Value
4.2. Market Share & Forecast
4.2.1. By Type
4.2.2. By Region
5. India Industrial Li-ion Batteries Market Outlook
5.1. Market Size & Forecast
5.1.1. By Value
5.2. Market Share & Forecast
5.2.1. By Type
5.2.2. By Region
6. India Automotive Li-ion Batteries Market Outlook
6.1. Market Size & Forecast
6.1.1. By Value
6.2. Market Share & Forecast
6.2.1. By Type
6.2.2. By Region
7. India Li-ion Batteries Market Dynamics
8. India Li-ion Batteries Market Trends & Developments
8.1. Lithium Air Batteries
8.2. Transparent Li-ion Batteries
8.3. Power Density of Li-ion Batteries
8.4. Energy Density of Li-ion Batteries
8.5. Penetration of Electric Vehicles
9. India Economic Outlook
10. Competitive Landscape
10.1. Amco Saft India Limited
10.2. Heter Electronics Group Co., Ltd.
10.3. Hitachi India Pvt. Ltd.
10.4. LG Chem Limited
10.5. Panasonic India Pvt Ltd.
10.6. Rajamane Telectric Pvt. Ltd.
10.7. Samsung SDI Company Limited
10.8. Shenzhen B&K Rechargeable Battery, Inc.
10.9. Sony India Pvt. Ltd.
10.10. Varta Batteries
11. Strategic Recommendations
12. Research Methodology
List of Figures
Figure 1: Comparison of Various Types of Batteries, By Energy Density, 2012
Figure 2: Global Li-ion Batteries Market Size, By Value, 2009 – 2018 (USD Billion)
Figure 3: India Li-ion Batteries Market Size, By Value, 2009 – 2012 (USD Billion)
Figure 4: India Li-ion Batteries Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Billion)
Figure 5: India Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2012
Figure 6: India Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2018F
Figure 7: Energy Density of Li-ion Batteries, 2012 (W-h/Kg)
Figure 8: India Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2012
Figure 9: India Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Application, By Value, 2018F
Figure 10: India Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2012 & 2018F
Figure 11: India Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2013E
Figure 12: India Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Company, By Value, 2018F
Figure 13: India Consumer Electronics Li-ion Batteries Market Size, By Value, 2009 – 2012 (USD Million)
Figure 14: India Consumer Electronics Li-ion Batteries Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)
Figure 15: India Consumer Electronics Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2012
Figure 16: India Consumer Electronics Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2018F
Figure 17: India Consumer Electronics Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2012 & 2018F
Figure 18: India Industrial Li-ion Batteries Market Size, By Value, 2009 – 2012 (USD Million)
Figure 19: India Industrial Li-ion Batteries Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)
Figure 20: India Industrial Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2012
Figure 21: India Industrial Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2018F
Figure 22: India Industrial Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2012 & 2018
Figure 23: India Automotive Li-ion Batteries Market Size, By Value, 2009 – 2012 (USD Million)
Figure 24: India Automotive Li-ion Batteries Market Size, By Value, 2013E – 2018F (USD Million)
Figure 25: India Automotive Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2012
Figure 26: India Automotive Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Type, By Value, 2018F
Figure 27: India Automotive Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2012
Figure 28: India Automotive Li-ion Batteries Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2018F
Figure 29: Power Density of Li-ion Batteries, By Value, 2008-2030F (W/l)
Figure 30: Energy Density of Li-ion Batteries, By Value, 2008-2030F (W-h/l)
List of Tables
Table 1: Battery Technology Comparison, By Type, By Various Parameters
Table 2: India Electric Vehicle Sales Projection, By Volume, By 2020 (Million)
1. Amco Saft India Limited
2. Heter Electronics Group Co., Ltd.
3. Hitachi India Pvt. Ltd.
4. LG Chem Limited
5. Panasonic India Pvt Ltd.
6. Rajamane Telectric Pvt. Ltd.
7. Samsung SDI Company Limited
8. Shenzhen B&K Rechargeable Battery, Inc.
9. Sony India Pvt. Ltd.
10. Varta Batteries
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