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Lithium Titanate Industry for Global and China Market Forecast to 2016 adds "Global and China Lithium Titanate Industry Report, 2013-2016" report to its research database.

DALLAS, April 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Featured with high safety, long service life and quick charge, lithium titanate batteries are deemed the first choice as car lithium batteries. It is expected that the global demand for lithium titanate batteries will embrace explosive growth. According to the development planning of leading lithium titanate battery producers worldwide, the worldwide demand for lithium titanate batteries will hit 21,500 tons as of 2016. Against the backdrop, enterprises from the US, Japan, and China poured their investment successively and have launched market layout in advance to seize the market share. Among these, Chinese enterprises are the most impressive.


Compared with the US and Japan, China lithium titanate industry starts later, but develops rapidly. At present, both the number and the capacity of Chinese lithium titanate enterprises have far above those of the US and Japan, making China the world's largest lithium titanate producer. The major contributing reason to the boom of China lithium titanate industry lies in the preferential policies as well as the establishment of supporting industries.

In China, enterprises like Yinlong Energy and Tiankang Group have set up lithium titanate battery capacity expansion projects which will offer sufficient power to fuel China lithium titanate market in the future. The estimation shows that China's demand for lithium titanate batteries will approximate 15,000 tons by 2016.

ALTI is the world's first to master the key technology of lithium titanate anode materials. As early as 2005, It made a success in developing lithium batteries with lithium titanate as anode materials which were subsequently applied by Proterra. In 2010, Yinlong Energy took over 53% stake of ALTI which set up the world's largest lithium titanate production base in Wu'an of Hebei province. In 2013, the first phase project of ALTI was put into production with the capacity of lithium titanate hitting 3,000 tons/a.

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Toshiba took the lead in Japan to develop lithium titanate and lithium titanate batteries. In 2008, the company realized the mass production of lithium titanate batteries which have been successfully applied in electric vehicles by companies such as Mitsubishi.

BTR Nano Technology Co., Ltd boasts the pioneer in China to develop lithium titanate anode materials with the capacity in 2010 hitting 360 tons/a. After 2011, the company's lithium titanate capacities got further improved. At present, the company's capacity of lithium titanate anode materials has claimed 1,000 tons/a.

This report falls into five chapters highlighting intensively global and China lithium titanate industry. Specifically, it focuses on the operation of 9 leading industrial players at home and abroad including ALTI, Toshiba, Yinlong Energy and Sichuan Xingneng New Materials and predicts the development trend of the lithium titanate industry.

Comprehensive Table of Contents and more for the report "Global and China Lithium Titanate Industry Report, 2013-2016" is available at .

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Crystal Structure of Lithium Titanate before/after Lithium-ion Transfers
Lithium Titanate Battery Structure vs. Graphite Anode Lithium Battery Structure
Lithium Titanate Industry Chain
Performance Comparison of Different Anode Materials
Global Anode Material Output, 2006-2016
Global Demand for Anode Materials, 2006-2016
Global Lithium Titanate Capacity, 2010-2016
Global Demand for Lithium Titanate, 2010-2016
Sol-gel Synthesis Nano Lithium Titanate Process
Lithium Titanate Capacity in China, 2010-2016
New Energy Vehicle Output in China, 2011-2020
Demand for Lithium Titanate in China, 2010-2016
Demand Structure for Lithium Battery in China, 2012
Demand for Lithium Titanate Battery in China, 2010-2016
Revenue and Net Income of Toshiba, FY2007-FY2015
Lithium Titanate Battery Characteristics of Toshiba
Lithium Titanate Capacity of Titan Kogyo, 2010-2014
Lithium Titanate Capacity of Yinlong Group, 2011-2020
Lithium Titanate Capacity of Sichuan Xingneng New Materials, 2012-2016
Lithium Titanate Anode Materials Production Process of BTR Nano Technology
Lithium Titanate Capacity of BTR Nano Technology, 2010-2013
Revenue and Net Income of Shenzhen Tianjiao Technology, 2008-2016
Lithium Titanate Capacity of Shenzhen Tianjiao Technology, 2010-2012
Performance Characteristics of Lithium Titanate Anode Materials
Global Anode Material Product Structure, 2006-2016
Market Share of Global Natural Graphite Producers, 2011
Market Share of Global Artificial Graphite Producers, 2011
Capacity and Market Share of the World's Major Lithium Titanate Producers, 2013
Main Suppliers and Customers of Lithium Titanate Battery in USA, 2012
Main Suppliers and Customers of Lithium Titanate Battery in Japan, 2012
Global Lithium Titanate Capacity and Demand, 2010-2016
Relevant Policies of China Lithium Titanate Industry, 2009-2013
Background and Capacity of Chinese Lithium Battery Anode Materials Producers, 2012
Capacity and Market Share of Key Lithium Titanate Producers in China, 2012
Lithium Titanate Capacity and Demand in China, 2010-2016
Lithium Battery Output and Market Scale in China, 2006-2015
Performance Comparison between Lithium Titanate Battery and Traditional Lithium Battery
Lithium Titanate Battery Capacity and Output in China, 2010-2015
Demand Structure for Lithium Titanate Battery in China (by Field), 2011-2016
Capacity of Key Lithium Titanate Battery Producers in China, 2013
Lithium Titanate Battery Output and Demand in China, 2010-2016
Revenue and Net Income of ALTI, 2006-2016
Lithium Titanate Projects of ALTI, 2012-2016
Capacity and Sales of Toshiba, FY2008-FY2015
Subsidiaries and Businesses of Yinlong Group, 2012
Lithium Battery-Related Product Capacity of Yinlong Group, 2011-2020
Subsidiaries and Businesses of Sichuan Xingneng New Materials, 2012
Lithium Titanate-Related Patents of Sichuan Xingneng New Materials
Lithium Titanate Anode Materials Performance Index of BTR Nano Technology
Subsidiaries and Capacity of Shenzhen Tianjiao Technology, 2010-2012
Lithium Titanate Product Performance Index of Shenzhen Tianjiao Technology
Capacity Breakdown of Hebei Strong-power Li-ion Battery Technology by Product, 2013
Lithium Titanate Performance Index of Anhui Veili New Energy Sources Corporation
Capacity of Global Key Lithium Titanate Producers, 2013

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