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Panasonic Corp is the biggest supplier of lithium-ion batteries used in electric cars - Panasonic will supply twp billion lithium-ion battery cells to Tesla Motors in the next four years per recently inked new agreement; through 2017

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Pansonic Battery Storage Systems

  1. 1. PANASONIC BATTERY STORAGE SYSTEMS SMART ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS By F. A. Lopez
  2. 2. PANASONIC – SIGNIFICANT FACTS • Panasonic Corp is the biggest supplier of lithium-ion batteries used in electric cars • Panasonic will supply 2 billion lithium-ion battery cells to Tesla Motors in the next four years of recently inked new agreement through 2017
  3. 3. Battery Power in KW BATTERY ECOSYSTEM Battery capacity in KWH
  4. 4. BATTERY SYSTEMS COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
  5. 5. UTILITY GRADE APPLICATIONS
  6. 6. • Renewable energy sources such as sun and wind power can cause instability as there may be fluctuations in the power they produce. • Smart Energy Battery Storage Systems act as a stabilizer for renewable energy.
  7. 7. COMMUNITY GRID STORAGE • The Community can be a Power Quality Park • The Community can be a Business Park • The Community can be an Industrial Park
  8. 8. STANDARD BATTERY SYSTEMS LAPTOPS COMMERCIAL
  9. 9. STANDARD BATTERY MODULE FOR ENERGY STORAGE • The standard battery module is a freely scalable building block containing 312 cylindrical 18650type lithium-ion battery cells (18 mm diameter, 65 mm length) often used in laptop computers and power tools.
  10. 10. SMART ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM 1. Battery Management System 2. Standard Battery Module for Energy Storage 3. The Battery Cells
  11. 11. BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM • This component controls the charging and discharging of the storage batteries. • Comprised of standard modules for power storage and a battery management controller • Can manage multiple component batteries so that they can be used as if they were a single battery.
  12. 12. STANDARD LITHIUM-ION BATTERY MODULE Model DCB-102E • • • • • • • Voltage = Nominal 46.8 V (39 - 52 V) Capacity = 38.4 Ah Charging = V/A 52 V/Maximum 10 A Electric Capacity =1797 Wh Max Discharge = 30 A (continuous 20 A) Ambiant Température Range = Charge (5 - 40°C) / Discharge (-10 - 60°C) Weight = Approx. 19 kg
  13. 13. PANASONIC BATTERY MODULES
  14. 14. INDUSTRIAL BATTERY SYSTEMS AUTOS HIGH ENERGY DENSITY STACKED SYSTEMS
  15. 15. PANASONIC IS ENERGY DENSE http://theeestory.ning.com/forum/topics/rechargable-batteries-beyond-lithiumion?page=3&commentId=6495062%3AComment%3A74360&x=1#6495062Comment74360
  16. 16. TESLA BATTERY PACK – PANASONIC • The Panasonic NCR18650 format cylindrical batteries stacked in a pack • The 85 kilowatt-hour Tesla Model S contains over 7,000 cells in the 18650 size - Tesla Motors
  17. 17. PANASONIC - TOYOTA PRIUS • Battery pack of the 2nd generation Toyota Prius • Consists of 28 Panasonic prismatic nickel metal hydride modules—each containing six 1.2 volt cells—connected in series to produce a nominal voltage of 201.6 volts. • The total number of cells is 168, compared with 228 cells packaged in 38 modules in the first generation Prius. The pack is positioned behind the back seat
  18. 18. PANASONIC OUTPUT & SUPPLY • Panasonic global capacity for automotive prismatic lithium ion batteries has surged from just 100,000 cells a month in 2010 to 2 million cells a month today. • Capacity figures for cylindrical lithium ion batteries are almost exclusively a single automotive customer: Tesla
  19. 19. PANASONIC RAMPS UP PRODUCTION • Panasonic Corp. plans a big increase in lithium ion battery capacity for both hybrid and electric vehicles, including the Tesla Model S sedan. • Panasonic will add a fourth line at its Kasai plant in Hyogo prefecture, just west of Osaka. That factory makes prismatic lithium ion batteries for Toyota Motor Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Audi AG. • It will add a line at its Sominoe plant in Osaka, which makes cylindrical lithium ion batteries for Tesla Motors Inc. alongside batteries for personal computers. • It will begin cylindrical battery production for cars at its Kaizuka plant, also in Osaka. • Panasonic has been the sole battery supplier for the Model S, but Tesla is in talks with Samsung SDI of South Korea. Reference - http://www.autonews.com/article/20131021/OEM06/310219870/panasonic-to-increase-its-battery-capacity#axzz2py2zOTu9
  20. 20. • Panasonic - one year chart • PCRFF $12.58 as of 1/9/2014 • Tesla - one year chart • TSLA $147.53 as of 1/9/2014 Read more: http://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/pcrff/stockchart#ixzz2py7l3qwk
  21. 21. REFERENCES • http://www.examiner.com/article/tesla-motors-andpanasonic-sign-battery-supply-deal-for-2-billion-cells • http://www.hybridcars.com/hybrid-car-battery/ • http://panasonic.net/energy/storage_battery/applications/in dex.html • http://panasonic.net/ • http://www.businessweek.com/news/2013-10-30/panasonicmay-add-7-billion-sales-from-tesla-new-cell-contract
  22. 22. ABOUT THE AUTHOR • Felix Lopez currently holds a position as Strategic Account Manager, and enjoys helping people and his customers become successful contributors to a winning organization. • Felix has over 20 years’ experience in the energy and utility industry in both regulated and unregulated sectors, having worked at the height of utility deregulation and direct access. Felix held business development positions at PG&E Energy Services, Chevron Energy Solutions, Motorola Utilities Enterprise Group and returned back to PG&E in 2007. • While at PG&E Energy Services, held a position as National Account Manager and responsible for the development and execution of energy management and power projects at upstream and downstream assists of BP-ARCO, Citgo Petroleum, Shell, IBM, International Paper, Tenneco. At Chevron Energy Solutions, his team worked all sectors including State and Federal. At Motorola, Felix’s team was responsible for business development in Smart Metering, SCADA, Analog/Digital Wireless Canopy systems, Mission Critical RF/Voice/Data systems to all utilities and government municipalities in California and the Pacific Northwest. • Felix holds a Master’s Degree in Business, Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Green Six Sigma Certification, Certificate in Urban & Regional Planning, and Certificates in Advanced Power Quality and Energy Management. • Email – felixlopezmail@gmail.com

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