Last Updated on 13th February 2024
China’s EV battery and vehicle manufacturers have formed an alliance to advance the commercialization of solid-state batteries. By 2030, the Chinese government's strategic initiative hopes to revolutionize the EV market with a primary focus on building a reliable solid-state battery supply chain.
In January of this year, the government established the China All-Solid-State Battery Collaborative Innovation Platform (CASIP). This consortium brings together industry giants, academic institutions, and government resources to accelerate research and development in solid-state battery technology.
CASIP's objective is to develop and manufacture solid-state batteries that can compete globally, with a central role for Chinese companies. Key manufacturers participating in the alliance include CATL (Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Ltd.), BYD, CALB, EVE Energy, and Gotion High-Tech. Government members of the alliance include the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Ministry of Science and Technology, and the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council.
Solid-state batteries are still in their early stages of development, presenting challenges in scaling manufacturing while ensuring affordability. Additionally, addressing intellectual property concerns and potential disruptions to existing battery supply chains are critical considerations. Stay informed about the groundbreaking projects undertaken by this alliance through regular updates and by exploring our global battery manufacturing database.
Solid-state batteries are a potential game-changer in the world of energy storage, particularly for electric vehicles (EVs). Unlike traditional lithium-ion batteries that use a liquid electrolyte, solid-state batteries utilize a solid, non-flammable material, offering a plethora of advantages such as:
However, despite their promising potential, solid-state batteries are still under development and face some challenges. Solid-state batteries are significantly more expensive than conventional batteries, hindering widespread adoption. Apart from this, scaling up production to meet market demands requires overcoming technical hurdles in manufacturing processes.
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