Corresponding to the rapid development of the market, the industry is also developing at a high speed. In our impression, before the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, only CITIC UNITA Guli Wanxiang were engaged in the development of lithium-ion battery technology for automotive power. After the successful trial run of 50 electric buses for the Beijing Olympic Games, the Ministry of Science and Technology launched the “Yucheng 1000” plan in early 2009, and the country began to attach importance to the development of new energy vehicles. Later, the number of battery companies developing the lithium-ion battery market for automotive power began to increase, and began to explode after 2013. The number of power battery suppliers in China’s new energy automobile market in 2015 is as high as 120 (including a small number of module suppliers), while there are no more than 10 overseas markets. China is obviously overheated. Although there are many suppliers of lithium-ion batteries for automotive power, the market is still relatively concentrated in the hands of a few manufacturers. As shown in Figure 2, the total market share of 12 battery manufacturers in Figure 2 is more than 70%, of which BYD, CATL, Tianjin Lishen, Guoxuan Gaoke Yuewatma have a total market share of more than 50%. Decentralized but also centralized, this is the biggest feature of China’s automotive power lithium-ion battery market in 2015.