EV Battery Maker Market Share Chart & Stock List (China, Japan & South Korea Stocks)

Chart of the Day: China’s battery makers carve out growing share in overseas markets (Caixin) $

(NOTE: Also see Top 10 Chinese Automakers By Electric Vehicle Sales Stock List & Graphic)

South Korea

Note: We have covered these South Korean battery stocks in various EM Fund Stock Picks & Country Commentaries posts.

LG Energy Solution (KRX: 373220)

SK Innovation (KRX: 096770)

Note: SK On is a subsidiary of SK Innovation which is an intermediate holding company of the SK Group.

Samsung SDI (KRX: 006400 / FRA: XSDG)


Contemporary Amperex Technology (CATL) (SHE: 300750)

BYD Company (HKG: 1211 / SHE: 002594 / OTCMKTS: BYDDY / BYDDF)

Envision AESC Group

Farasis Energy (Ganzhou) Co. Ltd. (SHA: 688567)

Sunwoda Electronic (SHE: 300207)


Panasonic (TYO: 6752 / LON: 0QYR / FRA: MATA / OTCMKTS: PCRFY / PCRFF)

Primearth EV Energy (PEVE)

  • The company, originally called Panasonic EV Energy Co. until 2 June 2010, was founded in 1996 as a joint venture between Toyota and Panasonic, with Panasonic holding 60% of the capital. Panasonic sold 40.5% of the company to Toyota as a condition of purchasing Sanyo. Panasonic decided to reduce its stake in PEVE to speed up the process of getting approvals from antitrust authorities in China and the U.S. (Wikipedia)
  • In 2020, Panasonic and Toyota have formed the second EV battery joint venture named Prime Planet Energy & Solutions (PPES) that would focus on the development and manufacturing of Li-ion battery and a solid-state battery. (Wikipedia)


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