According to the new market research report “High Voltage Battery Market By Capacity (75-150, 151-225, 226-300, >300kWh), Type (NCA, NMC, LFP, Others), Range (100-250, 251-400, 401-550, >550 Miles), Voltage (400-600, >600V), Vehicle Type (Truck, Bus, Passenger Car) and Region-Global Forecast to 2025", published by MarketsandMarkets™, The global High Voltage Battery Market, by value, is projected to grow to USD 89.1 billion by 2025 from USD 8.9 billion in 2018, at a CAGR of 38.95% during the forecast period.
The increase in government spending toward smart cities will drive the High Voltage Battery Market for electric buses and trucks. Additionally, the demand for high voltage systems for electric vehicles is further expected to drive the demand for high voltage batteries. These systems offer several benefits over conventional ICE vehicles such as energy efficiency, reduced emissions, quiet and smooth operation, and stronger acceleration. Hence, a higher voltage required to propel various systems of a vehicle also drives the High Voltage Battery Market.
“Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminum Oxide (NCA) to be the largest segment, By Battery Type.”
Lithium Nickel Cobalt Aluminum Oxide batteries, also called NCA batteries, are increasingly gaining importance in the high voltage battery electric cars. Typically, Li-Ion NCA batteries use a combination of 80% Nickel, 15% Cobalt, and 5% Aluminum. However, the combination of Panasonic and Tesla’s version of NCA battery is still unclear. NCA batteries are not common in the consumer industry, however, are promising for the EV industry. According to industry experts, Tesla is the only company that is using NCA type of batteries. All the other manufacturers in the electric car industry are using NMC type of batteries. As Tesla is the market leader in electric cars, NMC holds the largest share in the current market scenario.
View more detailed TOC @https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/high-voltage-battery-market-117295368.html