In June 2019, 114% More Battery Capacity Deployed in Passenger EVs than Year Prior
Modest EV sales growth and a boost in BEV sales relative to PH/HEV fuel a surge in deployment
In June 2019, 11.25 GWh of passenger EV battery capacity was deployed globally, an increase of 114% over the same month the year prior, according to Adamas Intelligence’s latest ‘EV Battery Capacity Monthly’ report.
This increase in capacity deployed is attributed to modest EV sales growth overall (27% over the same month the year prior) coupled with a boost in battery electric vehicle (“BEV”) sales relative to plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (“PHEV”) and hybrid electric vehicle (“HEV”) sales, translating to a 55% increase in the sales-weighted-average EV’s battery capacity over the same period.
As supplier to Tesla, Panasonic again deployed more battery capacity globally than its peers in June 2019, followed by CATL, LG Chem and BYD.
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