Sales of Lithium Batteries and Cathodes for EV Benefiting From High Gasoline Prices!

All time high gasoline prices are providing the growth stimulus needed for makers of rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries to achieve profitability and accelerate their penetration of the; automotive, smart grid and stationary power markets in North America.

All time high gasoline prices are providing the growth stimulus needed for makers of rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries to achieve profitability and accelerate their penetration of the; automotive, smart grid and stationary power markets in North America.


According to GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING's president, Kenneth O. Eldib, "due to every increasing gasoline prices, the North American market for Lithium Rechargeable Batteries and Cathode materials is attracting new suppliers from the U.S.A., Asia and Europe at an astonishing rate."

In a new market research report, GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING COMPANY, Indianapolis, Indiana, provides detailed information on the requirements and supply chains of more than thirty-five companies that consume rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries for Electric Vehicles, Smart Grid and Stationary Applications in North America.

GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING reports on the battery consumption of the Big-Three automakers, transplant automakers from; Japan, Europe and Korea, electric power utility companies such as AEP and research facilities such as the Battelle Memorial Institute. Leading Lithium rechargeable battery suppliers to these customers include; Johnson Controls-Saft, A123, Enerdel and Compact Power which is positioning itself to initially capture the lions share of North American electric vehicle rechargeable battery business.

The new study also reports on who supplies the essential positive battery cathode to a total of eighteen (18) suppliers of Lithium rechargeable batteries selling in North America. The leading suppliers of the positive battery cathodes are reported on in detail including; Toda from Japan, Umicore and BASF from Europe, Valence an American company and many others who are building North American plants or importing cathodes. Importantly, GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING's report also reveals who supplies the positive cathode manufacturers with the rare earth elements and rare metals they use to make their cathodes.

GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING's report also includes data on the battery chemistry used by each supplier such as; LNO, LMO, NMC, LFP or LCO and business data on dozens of major competitors in the lithium rechargeable battery and cathode market, such as; market capitalization, profit or loss, production capacity, expansion plans, experience level and much more.

For additional information, contact GLOBAL TRADE CONSULTING COMPANY, which has been providing customers world wide with accurate market research data for over twenty years.

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