From the period 2022 to 2028, the Global Battery Management System Market is expected to reach USD 17,118.80 Million in terms of revenue, growing at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 18.20%.
In general, Battery Management Systems feature well-defined logic and limited control capabilities. Battery Management Systems require battery monitoring systems to generate additional required information connected to various metrics in order to attain and maintain the requisite efficiencies, which increases the cost of the Battery Management Systems. In the next years, this is projected to have a detrimental impact on the expansion of Battery Management Systems. As a result, the rise of the renewable energy, telecommunications, and power generating industries is expected to boost the market for Battery Management Systems in the near future. Battery Management Systems are utilized for tasks including calculating the status of charge and health of battery cells in electric and hybrid automobiles. As a result, demand for Battery Management Systems is likely to rise over the forecast period due to an increase in hybrid vehicle sales.
Key Highlights from the Report
- On the basis of Application, the market is segmented into Automotive, Military, Telecommunications, Renewable Energy Systems, UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply), and others. By the end of 2021, the automobile category will have dominated the market. The growing need for rechargeable batteries in hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), electric cars (EVs), and plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) will help propel the market forward. Increasing demand for low-cost gasoline and high-efficiency automobiles has resulted in technological improvements in electric and hybrid vehicles. OEMs of E-vehicles and E-bikes are adding Battery Management System systems into vehicles to maximize battery storage capacity usage and reduce dangerous occurrences caused by battery overheating. These are the variables that are driving the market.
- On the basis of Application, the market is segmented into Automotive, Military, Telecommunications, Renewable Energy Systems, UPS (Uninterrupted Power Supply), and Others. The renewable energy sector is undertaking substantial Research and Development (R&D) to address technical difficulties as the use of lithium-ion batteries grows in numerous industries. Battery storage to control differences caused by oscillations in solar radiation or wind is one of the primary restrictions that renewable energy technology faces now that battery packs are available in a variety of forms and at extremely competitive costs.
- Asia Pacific is the fastest regional segment in terms of growth. Due to the increased concern over CO2 emissions, the Asia Pacific area is focusing on expanding its electric car fleet. The region's telecommunications industry is also said to have experienced significant expansion. The Battery Management System Market in the region is predicted to grow at a healthy rate due to the rise of the electric vehicle and telecom industries. China's rapid adoption of electric vehicles has spurred market expansion. Furthermore, increased commercial electric vehicle penetration in emerging APAC countries such as India,
Some of the key players in the Global Battery Management System Market include Leclanche (Switzerland), Lithium Balance (Denmark), Nuvation Engineering (US), Eberspaecher Vecture (Canada), Storage Battery Systems (US), Johnson Matthey (UK), and others.
Market Growth to be Driven by Increased Adoption of Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Aside from vehicles with conventional internal combustion engines, demand for electric vehicles (EV) is growing rapidly as a result of stricter pollution laws, such as the Kyoto Protocol, favorable government policies, and subsidies on the purchase of battery and hybrid electric vehicles, and increased consumer awareness of the harmful effects of gasoline and diesel-fueled vehicles on the environment. Furthermore, due to environmental concerns and harsh emission rules, automobile manufacturers and customers have moved their focus to developing and deploy electric vehicles. As a result, the battery will become the primary power source for EVs, and demand for an efficient Battery Management System will increase.
Increasing collaboration and partnership for Battery Management System development and integration to boost growth
Players in the market are progressively concentrating their efforts on BS technology research and development in order to deliver more efficient, adaptable, and scalable solutions. To improve battery monitoring and control systems, manufacturers are collaborating and partnering with automobile OEMs, other technology providers and integrators, and other stakeholders. In addition, manufacturers and suppliers are entering into a long-term agreement with automakers for the research and development of optimal battery monitoring and control systems, as well as to increase their global footprint. As a result, the market is expected to rise as key players increase their partnership and collaboration for the development and integration of Battery Management System.
With a market share of 37.10 percent in 2021, Europe is expected to gain the most market share. The sale of electric vehicles has increased dramatically in the European Union in recent years. As a result, the automobile sector in the region is expected to grow dramatically in the next years. The expansion of the European vehicle sector is likely to boost demand for Battery Management Systems in the region. The presence of a large number of notable industry competitors as well as key car manufacturers in Europe is helping to expand the market. Furthermore, stricter emission rules, increasing support for electrification, and increased investment in electric vehicle development all contribute to the industry's growth in Europe.