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Fuel Cells for Residential, Commercial and Military Power

Abstract

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

This report will provide:

An overview of the market for medium-size fuel cells for combined heat and power, auxiliary power, and emergency power

Analyses of market trends, with data from 2011 and 2012, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2017

A breakdown of the types of fuel cells, including solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) and polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFC)

Examinations of industry structure and competitive aspects

Market segmentation by residential; commercial; transportation; police, fire, and rescue; and military

Discussion of industry concentration factors, environment and trade practices, distribution channels, and purchasing influences

Comprehensive company profiles of major players

REPORT SCOPE

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Like batteries, fuel cells produce electrical energy through an electrochemical process. Unlike batteries, fuel cells are "conversion" devices that change some kind of chemical fuel into electricity. Like combustion engines, fuel cells "convert" fuel into energy, but in this case the energy is electricity, not kinetic (movement) or heat.

Fuel cells can't directly store electrical energy, but they may have a great deal of flexibility in fuels. Possible fuels include hydrocarbons like natural gas or alcohol, or even metals like aluminum. Many designs operate best on hydrogen gas; others can operate on utility-grade natural gas or propane.

Fuel cell sizes range from tiny portable units that can be held in the hand to massive stacks the size of a two-story building. Smaller fuel cells can be combined into stacks with an effectively unlimited size.

This report considers residential, commercial and military medium-sized power generation applications for fuel cells too large to be easily portable and smaller utility-scale units. Fuel cells used to power vehicles or small portable products are not considered. The market is divided into three main categories:

  • Combined Heating and Power (CHP).
  • Auxiliary Power Units (APU).
  • Emergency.

Fuel cell types most appropriate for these applications include Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) and Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs), but other types, like molten carbonate, alkaline and phosphoric acid fuel cells, can be used in some specific medium-sized applications.

CHP fuel cells integrate the production of usable heat and power (electricity) in one single, highly efficient process. CHP generates electricity whilst also capturing usable heat that is produced in this process. This contrasts with conventional ways of generating electricity whereby a vast amount of heat is simply wasted. In today's coal- and gas-fired power stations, up to two-thirds of the overall energy consumed is lost in this way - often seen as a cloud of steam rising from cooling towers. Their relative sophistication means that the overall efficiency of CHP plants can reach in excess of 80% at the point of use. Auxiliary power units (APUs) and emergency power fuel cells only generate electricity (not heat). The distinction between an APU and an emergency power unit depends on the service profile: continuous versus standby/intermittent. Advantages include long service life, ability to operate using a variety of fuels and relatively low cost for the functionality. Specific applications include emergency or backup power for residences or commercial facilities, telecommunications backup power supplies, signage power, recreational vehicle power, aircraft auxiliary power, and anti-idling power for commercial diesel vehicles. Power generators provide off-grid power during a blackout, in emergencies, in remote locations or when vehicles are parked.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

This report can also provide valuable information in terms of assessing investment in particular technologies and, therefore, should benefit investors directly or indirectly. Others may find the broad discussions of energy policy and environmental impact to be of considerable value in understanding the opportunities and problems in the near- to mid-term.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

This report is intended to provide a unique analysis of the residential, commercial, and military fuel cell market and will be of interest to a variety of current and potential fuel cell users and integrators as well as competing battery, fuel cell and conventional power generation makers.

BCC Research wishes to thank those companies, government agencies, and university researchers that contributed information for this report.

SCOPE AND FORMAT

This report discusses the values of the North American, European, Far Eastern and Rest-of-World markets. Target markets are based on optimistic, pessimistic, and consensus alternatives. Sales (dollars) and shipments (units) for 2011, 2012, and 2017 are provided, with five-year cumulative average growth rates (CAGR) calculated for the period 2012 to 2017.

Fuel cell applications are described and analyzed. The following applications are considered:

Combined heat and power (CHP) sectors are:

  • Residential.
  • Commercial.
  • Industrial.

Auxiliary power unit (APU) sectors are:

  • Residential/Commercial.
  • Recreational Vehicles.
  • Signage.
  • Anti-idling.
  • Aircraft.
  • Military.

Emergency sectors are:

  • Residential/Commercial (including uninterruptible power systems).
  • Military.
  • Police/Emergency.

Residential, commercial, and military fuel cell companies are listed and detailed profiles have been prepared.

METHODOLOGY

An in-depth analysis of technical and business literature and published dissertations; a review of the history of the technologies involved; and interviews with industry experts, company representatives, federal government researchers and university scientists provide an assessment of the outlook for alternative electrical power storage. Other information sources include product literature from suppliers, scientific references, conferences and patent searches.

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this report, which is based on interviews with commercial and government sources, literature reviews, and patent examinations. Throughout the report, past market data is expressed in current dollars, and estimates and projections are in constant 2012 dollars.

Most market summaries are based on a consensus scenario that assumes no unanticipated technical advances and no unexpected legislation. When appropriate, several developmental markets are characterized in pessimistic, consensus and optimistic scenarios. Totals are rounded to the nearest million dollars. When appropriate, information from previously published sources is identified to allow a more detailed examination by clients.

INFORMATION SOURCES

Market assumptions used in this report include those based on updates of material from an earlier version of this analysis as well as from BCC Research studies; this report's author prepared these studies as well. He also edited several relevant newsletters including Fuel Cell Industry Report. Although many segments of the industry are well documented, much of this information is based on estimates, not hard facts. The distinction between these estimates and hard facts can be vital, and wherever possible, sources are identified.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

This report's project analyst, Donald Saxman, edited BCC Research's Fuel Cell Industry Report newsletter and has founded several other BCC newsletters. Mr. Saxman has more than 28 years of experience in market analysis, technical writing and newsletter editing. Since 1983, he has operated as a technical market consultant and subcontractor to BCC Research, and in this capacity he has prepared more than 80 technology market research reports including many that cover battery technology and battery markets. His previous experience includes supervision of a quality-control laboratory at a major secondary lead refinery, experience as an analytical chemist at a hazardous waste testing service, product assurance manager for a space station life-support-system project, and an information technology business analyst and project manager.

Table of Contents

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary

  • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • SCOPE AND FORMAT
  • METHODOLOGY
  • INFORMATION SOURCES
  • ANALYST CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED REPORTS
  • BCC ON-LINE SERVICES
  • DISCLAIMER

Chapter- 2: SUMMARY

  • Table Summary : GLOBAL MARKET SUMMARY BY FUEL CELL TYPE, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Figure Summary : GLOBAL MARKET SUMMARY BY FUEL CELL TYPE, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2011-2017

Chapter- 3: RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY FUEL CELLS

  • TYPES OF FUEL CELLS

Chapter- 4: RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY FUEL CELL MARKETS

  • COMBINED HEAT AND POWER (CHP)
  • EMERGENCY POWER
  • RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY FUEL CELL MARKET SUMMARIES
  • FUEL CELLS BY REGION MARKET SUMMARY

Chapter- 5: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE ASPECTS

  • DRIVING FORCES OF THE INDUSTRY
  • CHANNELS OF DISTRIBUTION
  • MARKET SEGMENTATION
  • PURCHASING INFLUENCES

Chapter- 6: COMPANY PROFILES

  • ACAL ENERGY LTD.
  • ACTA SPA.
  • ACUMENTRICS HOLDING CORP.
  • ADELAN U.K., LTD.
  • AFC ENERGY
  • ALPPS FUEL CELL SYSTEMS
  • ALSTOM TECHNOLOGY, INC.
  • ALTERGY
  • ARISTON THERMO GROUP
  • THE BABCOCK & WILCOX CO. (MCDERMOTT INTERNATIONAL)
  • BABCOCK-HITACHI K.K.
  • BALLARD POWER SYSTEMS
  • BLOOM ENERGY
  • CERAMIC FUEL CELLS, LTD.
  • CERES POWER HOLDINGS
  • CMR PROTOTECH
  • CUMMINS POWER GENERATION, INC.
  • DANA CANADA CORP.
  • DDI ENERGY
  • DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE
  • EDISON ELECTRIC INSTITUTE
  • ELCOGEN AS
  • ENERGIENED
  • ENTWICKLUNGS UND VERTRIEBSGESELLSCHAFT BRENNSTOFFZELLE
  • FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES
  • FUELCELL ENERGY, INC.
  • FUJI ELECTRIC CO.
  • FUTURE E FUEL CELL SOLUTIONS GMBH
  • GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
  • GENERAL MOTORS CORP.
  • GEORGE WESTINGHOUSE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY PARK
  • GLOBAL RESOURCE ENERGY INC.
  • GOLDEN ENERGY FUEL CELL CO., LTD.
  • HALDOR TOPSOE A/S/TOPSOE FUEL CELL
  • H POWER CORP.
  • HORIZON FUEL CELLS AND RIVERSIMPLE
  • HYDROGENICS CORP.
  • IDATECH, LLC
  • ITM POWER
  • KANSAI ELECTRIC POWER CO., INC.
  • LINDE BOC
  • LOGANENERGY CORP.
  • MEIDENSHA CORP.
  • MERIDIAN ENERGY, LTD.
  • MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD.
  • NATIONAL FUEL CELL RESEARCH CENTER
  • NEAH POWER
  • NEDSTACK FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY
  • NEXTECH MATERIALS, LTD.
  • NIPPON TELEGRAPH & TELEPHONE CORP.
  • ONTARIO POWER GENERATION, INC.
  • PALCAN FUEL CELLS, LTD.
  • PLUG POWER, INC.
  • POHANG IRON AND STEEL COMPANY (POSCO)
  • PROTONEX
  • PROTON POWER SYSTEMS
  • RELIANT ENERGY POWER SYSTEMS
  • RELION
  • ROLLS-ROYCE FUEL CELL SYSTEMS, LTD.
  • SAFCELL
  • SHELL HYDROGEN BV
  • SIEMENS POWER GENERATION, INC.
  • SMART FUEL CELL AG (SFC)
  • SOFCPOWER SLC
  • SOLID STATE ENERGY CONVERSION ALLIANCE
  • STAXERA GMBH (SUNFIRE)
  • SULZER HEXIS AG
  • TURKCELL
  • SUMITOMO CORP.
  • TOKYO GAS CO., LTD.
  • TOSHIBA FUEL CELL POWER SYSTEMS CORP.
  • TOYOTA
  • ULTRA ELECTRONICS AMI
  • UNITED TECHNOLOGIES
  • VAILLANT GMBH
  • VERSA POWER SYSTEMS, INC.
  • VIOLET FUEL CELL STICKS
  • WARTSILA CORP.
  • WATT FUEL CELL CORP.
  • WEBASTO AG
  • WORLDWIDE ENERGY, LLC
  • ZTEK CORP.

Chapter- 7: APPENDIX 1: COMPETITION

  • CONVENTIONAL TURBINE-BASED POWER GENERATION
  • INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
  • ULTRACAPACITORS
  • BATTERIES

Chapter- 8: APPENDIX 2: HYDROGEN FUEL

  • ELECTROLYSIS
  • KANZIUS RADIO FREQUENCY APPROACH
  • REGENERATIVE ELECTROCHEMICAL CELL
  • HYDROGEN REFORMING
  • ALUMIFUEL POWER CORP. HYDROGEN GENERATION
  • Table 92 : HYDROGEN PRODUCTION METHODS

List of Tables

  • Summary Table : GLOBAL MARKET SUMMARY BY FUEL CELL TYPE, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table BUDGET HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES FUNDING : ($ THOUSANDS)
  • Table 1 : FUEL CELL ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
  • Table 2 : CHARACTERISTICS OF MAJOR FUEL CELL TYPES
  • Table 3 : RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, AND MILITARY SOFC FUEL CELL COMPANIES
  • Table 4 : SOFC OPTIMISTIC, PESSIMISTIC AND CONSENSUS SCENARIOS BY APPLICATION
  • Table 5 : SOFC OPTIMISTIC, PESSIMISTIC, AND CONSENSUS SCENARIOS, BY REGION
  • Table 6 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 7 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 8 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR, PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 9 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 10 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 11 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 12 : RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, AND MILITARY PEM FUEL CELL COMPANIES
  • Table 13 : PEMFC OPTIMISTIC, PESSIMISTIC AND CONSENSUS SCENARIOS BY APPLICATION
  • Table 14 : PEMFC OPTIMISTIC, PESSIMISTIC AND CONSENSUS SCENARIOS BY REGION
  • Table 15 : GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 16 : GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 17 : GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 18 : GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 19 : GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 20 : GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 21 : OTHER RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL, AND MILITARY FUEL CELL COMPANIES
  • Table 22 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 23 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 24 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 25 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 26 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 27 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 28 : PRELIMINARY TECHNICAL TARGETS: 1-10 KWE RESIDENTIAL COMBINED HEAT AND POWER FUEL CELLS OPERATING ON NATURAL GAS, 2008-2020
  • Table 29 : PRELIMINARY TECHNICAL TARGETS: 1-10 KWE FUEL CELL AUXILIARY POWER UNITS OPERATING ON STANDARD ULTRA-LOW SULFUR DIESEL FUEL, 2008-2020
  • Table 30 : RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY CHP FUEL CELL COMPANIES
  • Table 31 : GLOBAL CHP MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 32 : GLOBAL CHP MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 33 : GLOBAL CHP MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 34 : RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY APU FUEL CELL COMPANIES
  • Table 35 : GLOBAL APU MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 36 : GLOBAL APU MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 37 : GLOBAL APU MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 38 : RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY EMERGENCY FUEL CELL COMPANIES
  • Table 39 : GLOBAL EMERGENCY POWER MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 40 : GLOBAL EMERGENCY POWER MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 41 : GLOBAL EMERGENCY POWER MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 42 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 43 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 44 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 45 : GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 46 : GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 47 : GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 48 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 49 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 50 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 51 : TOTAL GLOBAL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY TYPE CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 52 : TOTAL GLOBAL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY TYPE OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 53 : TOTAL GLOBAL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY TYPE PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 54 : GLOBAL CHP MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 55 : GLOBAL CHP MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 56 : GLOBAL CHP MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 57 : GLOBAL APU MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 58 : GLOBAL APU MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 59 : GLOBAL APU MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 60 : GLOBAL EMERGENCY POWER MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 61 : GLOBAL EMERGENCY POWER MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 62 : GLOBAL EMERGENCY POWER MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 63 : ($ MILLIONS/1,000 UNITS)
  • Table 64 : TOTAL GLOBAL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 65 : TOTAL GLOBAL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 66 : NORTH AMERICA MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 67 : NORTH AMERICA MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 68 : NORTH AMERICA MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE, PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 69 : EUROPE MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 70 : EUROPE MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 71 : EUROPE MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE, PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 72 : FAR EAST MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 73 : FAR EAST MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 74 : FAR EAST MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 75 : REST-OF-WORLD MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE CONSENSUS SCENARIO, through 2017
  • Table 76 : REST-OF-WORLD MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 77 : REST-OF-WORLD MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 78 : TOTAL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 79 : TOTAL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE OPTIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 80 : TOTAL WORLD MARKET PROJECTIONS BY FUEL CELL TYPE PESSIMISTIC SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Table 81 : BUDGET HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGIES FUNDING PROFILE BY SUBPROGRAM, 2009-2011
  • Table 82 : 2011 PROPOSED FISCAL FUEL CELL BUDGET
  • Table 83 : JAPANESE FUEL CELL RESEARCH FUNDING
  • Table 84 : MAJOR INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH INTO FUEL CELLS
  • Table 85 : DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS
  • Table 86 : LARGE AND ADVANCED BATTERY MARKET SEGMENTATION AND MARKET FORCES
  • Table 87 : RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND MILITARY FUEL CELL COMPANIES
  • Table 88 : FUEL CELL PURCHASING INFLUENCES
  • Table 89 : ALTERNATIVE FINANCING OPTIONS
  • Table 90 : TOYOTA POWER GENERATING UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
  • Table 91 : BATTERIES THAT COULD COMPETE WITH COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND MILITARY FUEL CELLS
  • Table 92 : HYDROGEN PRODUCTION METHODS

List of Figures

  • Summary Figure : GLOBAL MARKET SUMMARY BY FUEL CELL TYPE, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2011-2017
  • Figure SAMPLE FIGURE : GLOBAL MARKET SUMMARY BY FUEL CELL TYPE, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2011-2017
  • Figure 1 : PLANAR SOFC CONFIGURATION
  • Figure 2 : THIN-FILM SOFC CONFIGURATION
  • Figure 3 : TUBULAR SOFC CONFIGURATION
  • Figure 4 : TOTAL GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2011-2017
  • Figure 5 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2012
  • Figure 6 : TOTAL GLOBAL SOFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2011-2017
  • Figure 7 : GLOBAL SOFC MARKET BY REGION, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2012
  • Figure 8 : GENERIC PEMFC DIAGRAM SHOWING COMPONENTS
  • Figure 9 : SCHEMATIC DMFC CHEMISTRY
  • Figure 10 : TOTAL GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2011-2017
  • Figure 11 : GLOBAL 2012 PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2012
  • Figure 12 : TOTAL GLOBAL PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2011-2017
  • Figure 13 : GLOBAL 2012 PEMFC MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2012
  • Figure 14 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, THROUGH 2017
  • Figure 15 : OTHER GLOBAL FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY SECTOR, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2012
  • Figure 16 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2011-2017
  • Figure 17 : GLOBAL OTHER FUEL CELL MARKET PROJECTIONS BY REGION, CONSENSUS SCENARIO, 2012
  • Figure 18 : FUEL CELL MANUFACTURING TREE
  • Figure 19 : FUEL CELL MANUFACTURING FLOW
  • Figure 20 : DRIVING DOWN COSTS FOR FUEL CELLS
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