The global graphene battery market size is projected to grow from USD 168 million in 2024 to USD 609 million by 2030, at a CAGR of 23.9% from 2024 to 2030. The increasing demand for graphene batteries in consumer electronics and automotive industries is expected to drive the graphene battery market.
Samsung SDI (South Korea), Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (China), Log 9 Materials Scientific Private Limited (India), Cabot Corporation (US), Grabat Graphenano Energy (Spain), Nanotech Energy (US), Nanotek Instruments, Inc. (US), XG Sciences, Inc. (US), ZEN Graphene Solutions Ltd. (Canada), Graphene NanoChem (Malaysia), Global Graphene Group (US), Vorbeck Materials Corp. (US), Graphenea Group (Spain), Hybrid Kinetic Group Ltd. (Hong Kong) and Targray Group (Canada) are some of the leading players operating in the graphene battery market. These players have adopted the strategies of expansion and joint-venture to enhance their position in the graphene battery industry.
To know about the assumptions considered for the study download the pdf brochure
In line with the rising demand for graphene battery, in December 2018, Log 9 Materials Scientific Private Limited (India) announced that they are working on graphene-based metal-air batteries. The metal-air battery uses metal as the anode, oxygen as the cathode and water as an electrolyte. A graphene rod is used in the air cathode of the battery. Since oxygen has to be used as the cathode, the cathode material has to be porous to let the air pass, a property in which graphene excels. According to Log 9 Materials, the graphene used in the electrode can increase the battery efficiency by five times at one-third the cost.
In November 2017, Samsung SDI (South Korea), in collaboration with Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), developed a unique “graphene ball” that could make lithium-ion batteries last longer and charge faster. Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) said that using the new graphene ball material to make batteries will increase their capacity by 45% and make their charging speed five times faster. It was also said that this battery would be able to maintain a temperature of 60 degrees Celsius that is required for use in electric cars.
In December 2016, Huawei unveiled new graphene- Li-Ion battery with abilities to withstand high temperature (60° degrees as opposed to the existing 50° limit). The lifespan of the graphene- Li-Ion battery will also be twice than that of the ordinary Li-ion battery. To achieve this breakthrough, Huawei incorporated three new technologies including a special additive in the electrolyte, cathodes with modified large-crystal NMC materials and graphene for more efficient cooling.
To speak to our analyst for a discussion on the above findings, click Speak to Analyst