By Greg Gao
China’s total installed EV traction battery capacity in June this year reached 27 GWh, a year-on-year increase of 143.3% and a month-on-month increase of 45.5%. The country’s EV battery giant CATL ranked first with 13.4GWh and a market share of 49.6%; BYD ranked second with 5.01GWh and a market share of 18.53%, according to China Automobile Battery Industry Innovation Alliance.
The next three companies on the ranking list are LG New Energy, CALB(中创新航), and Gotion High-tech(国轩高科), with a market share of 6.19%, 6.01%, and 4.94% respectively.
The following companies are Sunwoda Electronic(欣旺达), SVOLT(蜂巢能源), EVE Energy(亿纬锂能), Farasis Energy(孚能科技), and REPT Battero Energy(瑞浦能源).
In June, China’s traction battery output totaled 41.3GWh, an increase of 171.7% year-on-year and a month-on-month increase of 16.1%. Among them, the ternary lithium battery production was 18.3GWh, accounting for 44.3% of the total output.
The output of lithium iron phosphate batteries was 22.9GWh, accounting for 55.5%. From January to June this year, the accumulated traction battery output in China stands at around 206.4GWh, a year-on-year increase of 176.4%, statistics from the battery industry association showed.
In terms of total battery installation from January to June, CATL still ranked first, with a total installed volume of 52.5GW and a market share of 47.67%, and BYD ranked second with 23.78GW and a market share of 21.59%.
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