Panasonic has been one of the leaders in the electrification of mobility. The shift to electrified mobility is the next revolution in transportation, which we’re helping to power. Panasonic innovates to advance its battery technology and production capabilities. In Europe, we drive the electrification of electric vehicles with expertise in high-voltage applications. From onboard chargers to battery management systems to motors and energy components for e-bikes.

Batteries for Electric Vehicles

Panasonic has decades of electrified-vehicle experience, from the development to mass production of battery cells. In addition to supplying batteries for hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and full-electric vehicle lines, we also design, engineer, and manufacture complete battery management systems with the objective of optimising safety and performance.

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Battery Management System

In hybrid and full electric vehicles, a Battery Management System (BMS) not only checks the charging-discharging status but also provides batteries temperature monitoring and circuit protection measures. Panasonic offers highly skilled engineering expertise and components best suited for safe and efficient electromobility.

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E-Bike Components: Motor, Battery, Charger, Remote Display

As one of the most sustainable forms of motorised mobility, we build on 40 years of experience in e-bike technology and over 100 years of electrification expertise. Panasonic's e-Bike components include powerful, lightweight and robust motor units, and high-quality battery technology with integrated battery management systems for optimal performance and safety.

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Safe EV Charging Stations and Wall boxes

The global adoption of electric vehicles underscores the need for quality relays and components to ensure a robust electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) infrastructure. Panasonic offers different types of relays to be used in electrified-vehicle charging, including safety cutoff on the AC side, insulation detection for battery inside the inverter, safety cutoff on the DC side and more.

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Panasonic Battery History

Panasonic has decades of experience in the development and mass production of battery cells for various battery applications, most notably for electric vehicles. In addition to battery cells for hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fully electric vehicle series, we also design, develop and manufacture complete battery systems.


Developed and released Cannon-Ball-Shaped battery-Powered Shell Lamps.
Released the "Excel Dry Battery" for Cannon-Ball-Shaped Battery-Powered Shell Lamps.


Released Automotive Lead-Acid Batteries.


Released "Ultra Alkali" and "Panasonic Alkali" Alkaline Batteries.


Released Mercury-Free Manganese Batteries.


Released Mercury-Free Alkaline Batteries.


Developed Lithium Ion Batteries.


Released "Rechargeable Evolta" Nickel Metal Hydride Batteries.


Started mass production of battery system for Ford Escape Hybrid. Started mass production of battery module for Honda.


Established Lithium-ion Standard Battery System Mass Production. Started mass production of lithium-ion batteries for HEV.


Started manufacturing at Tesla Gigafactory (Nevada, USA).


Established Prime Planet Energy & Solutions, Inc., joint venture with TOYOTA, in Prismatic lithium-ion batteries business. Shipped a cumulative total of 200 billion dry batteries worldwide.

Panasonic’s extended battery history: The History of Business - Panasonic Energy Co., Ltd.

Decarbonising homes and cities.

For a more sustainable life, we need residential and commercial buildings with energy-efficient technologies that contribute to decarbonisation and thus to the energy transition. Learn here how Panasonic's solutions for existing and new buildings can help you save not only energy, but also costs.

Greener manufacturing.

Achieving net zero CO₂ emissions through own energy production with our unique pilot solution consisting of hydrogen fuel cells, battery storage and photovoltaic panels. See also how Panasonic avoids pollutants and builds-up a circular economy. Learn more about our sustainable manufacturing initiatives and solutions.

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