Advances in Distributed Generation Technologies (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service focusses on distributed generation technologies such as fuel cells, photovoltaics, wind based power, gas turbines, micro turbines and miniturbines. The study lists the key challenges, drivers and trends in each of the above mentioned categories of distributed generation technologies. In addition, the research identifies the key patents in the distributed generation technologies and decision support databases.

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Advances in Distributed Generation Technologies (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope & MethodologyScopeMethodologyKey FindingsKey Findings on Distributed Generation TechnologiesKey Applications for Distributed Generation TechnologiesAdvances in Distributed Generation Technologies (Technical Insights), Technology Developments and Trends in Fuel Cells for Distributed GenerationFuel Cell Technologies and Their ApplicationsFuel Cell Technologies for Distributed GenerationApplication AnalysisTechnology Drivers and Challenges for Fuel CellsNotable Developments in Fuel Cells for Distributed GenerationSorbent-Based Sulfur Removal in High-Temperature Fuel CellsDirect Oxidation SOFCsOther Notable Developments in SOFCsNotable Developments in PEM Fuel CellsNotable Developments in PAFCsNotable Developments in MCFCsTrends in Fuel Cells for Stationary PowerPEM Fuel CellsSOFCsPAFCsAdvances in Distributed Generation Technologies (Technical Insights), Technology Developments and Trends in Photovoltaics for Distributed GenerationTechnology Developments and Trends in PhotovoltaicsTypes of PV TechnologiesPV Technology Application AnalysisTechnology Drivers and Challenges for PVNotable Innovations in PhotovoltaicsPlastic-Based Power GenerationPrinting Ink for Solar CellsHologram-Based PVNovel Solar ConcentratorsSpike-Based Solar Cell TechnologyOther Notable Developments in PVPV Trends and Research InnovationsPV Technology Trends and Technology RoadmapResearch Innovations in PV TechnologiesAdvances in Distributed Generation Technologies (Technical Insights), Technology Developments and Trends in Wind Power for Distributed GenerationTechnologies in Wind-Based PowerOverview of Wind-Based Power TechnologiesApplication Analysis of Wind-Based PowerDrivers and Challenges of Wind-Based PowerNotable Innovations in Wind-Based PowerLighter-than-Air Tethered Device Using HeliumFlying Electric GeneratorHarnessing Wind Power Using KitesInverse Design of the Wind Turbine BladesNotable Developments in Land-Based Wind PowerTrends in Wind PowerComparison of Flying WindmillsTrends in Land-Based Wind TurbinesAdvances in Distributed Generation Technologies (Technical Insights), Technology Developments in Microturbines and Combustion Gas Turbines for Distributed GenerationDevelopments in MicroturbinesNotable Developments in Microturbines and MiniturbinesApplications Analysis of Microturbine and MiniturbinesIndustry Challenges and Trends in Microturbines and MiniturbinesDevelopments in Combustion Gas TurbinesNotable Developments in Gas TurbinesApplication Analysis of Gas TurbinesTechnology Drivers and ChallengesAdvances in Distributed Generation Technologies (Technical Insights), Key Patents & Contact DetailsKey PatentsPatents on Fuel CellsPatents on PhotovoltaicsPatents on Wind TurbinesPatents on Microturbines and Gas TurbinesContact DetailsCompaniesResearch InstitutionsAdvances in Distributed Generation Technologies (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseCritical Reference TablesTotal Electricity Installed Capacity--North America (1999 to 2009)Electricity Installed Capacity (Other Renewable Energy Sources)--North America (1999 to 2009)Electricity Installed Capacity (Thermal)--North America (1999 to 2009)Electricity Installed Capacity (Nuclear)--North America (1999 to 2009) Electricity Installed Capacity (Hydro)--North America (1999 to 2009)




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