Can lithium batteries replace lead-acid batteries in the future market?
Lithium batteries are new batteries that have been approved by the public in recent years to extend battery life. So can it be replaced? Let's take a look with the editor below. 'The national lead-acid battery recycling management is poor, there are lead pollution in many places, and children’s blood lead exceeds the standard. Therefore, mini-electric vehicles should use lithium batteries instead of lead-acid batteries.' The executive vice president of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology appointed low-speed electric vehicles. Dong Yang, the leader of the standard drafting group, emphasized. Whether lithium batteries can replace lead-acid batteries commonly used in electric vehicles requires two aspects: price and policy. [Price] Cheap is the main reason why micro-electric vehicles choose lead-acid batteries. The domestic market for mini-electric vehicles is that the price of lead-acid batteries is much lower than that of lithium batteries. Mini-electric vehicles are equipped with lead-acid batteries and have no state subsidies. They are completely dependent on the market economy, and the price will double on the existing basis. Times. [Policy] The national policy on micro-electric vehicles has been issued every year. But this year is the first time that micro-electric vehicle batteries are involved, emphasizing that lithium batteries are the development direction of micro-electric vehicles. In the context of the country's emphasis on the use of lithium batteries for micro-electric vehicles, the government has already taken action on the lithium battery industry, and the price of lithium batteries will definitely drop, and it is very likely that it will fall to the same price as lead-acid batteries in the future. From the perspective of price and policy, it is a trend to replace lead-acid batteries with lithium-ionized mini-electric vehicles in the future, but there will be a process. Experts predict: before 2020, lithium batteries will explode in a blowout, with a market share of more than 90%! At present, many lithium battery companies have targeted lithium batteries for electric vehicles, and the price of lithium batteries for mass production has reached the same level as lead-acid batteries. Comparably, the recycling problem of lithium batteries is also improving, and its recycling and secondary use value is much higher than that of lead-acid batteries. Compared with traditional lead-acid batteries, lithium batteries have the advantages of high energy density, long life, small size, light weight, etc., and people have high expectations of replacing lead-acid batteries. Lithium batteries are just around the corner to replace traditional lead-acid batteries.