The Tesla Battery Report

Dr. Anderman’s insightful report analyzes Tesla’s success to date, the benefits and challenges associated with the Model 3 and the Gigafactory, and the impact Tesla is having on automakers, battery producers, and the future of the EV industry.

Key Topics

  • Tesla’s Model S success and the direction of the EV market
  • Model 3 and the Gigafactory: stepping out of the Catch 22
  • EV battery technology: Tesla vs. conventional
  • EV battery cost
  • The Gigafactory: ramp up, cost, challenges, benefits
  • Tesla battery annual production cost estimate (Japan/U.S.) vs. volume from 2013 to 2022
  • Tesla’s impact on automakers
  • Tesla’s impact on the battrey industry
  • EV market forecast to 2025
  • EV battery market forecast to 2025



Review an independent expert’s analysis of the company that became the world’s largest user of Li-Ion batteries overnight and of its battery technology

Battery producers:

Anticipate the OEM’s response to Tesla’s success.

Material producers:

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Energy providers:

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Corporate and financial investors:

Use the Report’s insightful EV battery technology cost and market assessments to guide your investment decisions.


Extract from the Report

Menahem Anderman

Dr. Anderman inspects a Tesla battery module prior to its electrical testing.

“There is certain data that you just cannot get elsewhere and we rely on the Report’s analysis - especially cost information; it’s almost impossible to compare yourself with competitors by any other means. The market is getting bigger fast, so it is very valuable to us. It is worth the money - absolutely. No question.”

William Wallace, Director, Global Battery Systems, General Motors

“Dr. Anderman is one of the most knowledgeable people I have met in the battery field, particularly with regards to automotive applications. He exhibits a rare blend in his deep understanding of the technology and the markets. He is a consultant of the highest value.”

Richard A. Clark, Strategic Business Development Specialist, Morgan Advanced Materials and Technology