Watch the Throne: How LG Chem and Others Can Take Panasonic's EV Battery Crown by 2020

For now, Panasonic rules the battery landscape for plug-in vehicles. It has just one large-volume supply relationship – it sells to Tesla Motors. Astonishingly, that single deal with a niche OEM outperforms more than a dozen other deals that Panasonic’s competitors LG Chem, Samsung SDI, and others h...

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