Fuel Cells for Stationary Power - Global Trends and Technology Developments (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service outlines the key developments in fuel cells for stationary power.

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Fuel Cells for Stationary Power - Global Trends and Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverviewResearch OverviewResearch MethodologyKey FindingsEmerging Technologies and ApplicationsCompeting TechnologiesFuel Cells for Stationary Power - Global Trends and Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Stationary Fuel Cells: Technology and Applications ViewpointFuel Cell Technologies for Stationary PowerFuel Cells - PrimerProspective Fuel Cell Technologies In Stationary PowerSOFC TechnologiesTechnology Description and Key Players in SOFCTubular SOFC Technology Metal Supported SOFC TechnologyTubular SOFC Technology (FCT)Ceramic Based SOFCsMicro SOFCsMCFC TechnologiesTechnology Description and Key Players in MCFCsDirect Fuel Cell Technology (FCE)PEMFC TechnologiesTechnology Description and Key Players in PEMFCsHydrogen-based PEM Technology'Let's Go' PEM TechnologyA Technology to Potentially Replace VRLA BatteriesModular Cartridge Based PEM TechnologyAFC TechnologiesTechnology Description and Key Players in AFCsAFCs for Stationary ApplicationsPAFC TechnologiesTechnology Description and Key Players in PAFCsFossil Fuel-driven PAFC TechnologyTechnology Impact AnalysisApplications of Fuel Cells in Stationary PowerTechnology Roadmap: Fuel Cells for Stationary PowerFuel Cells for Stationary Power - Global Trends and Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Stationary Fuel Cells: Technology Adoption and CommercializationAnalysis of Technology ChallengesGeneral Technology ChallengesSpecific Technology ChallengesAnalysis of Technology DriversGeneral Technology DriversTechnology Specific Drivers and Key PlayersAnalysis of Competing TechnologiesCompeting Distributed Generation TechnologiesDrivers and Challenges for Competing TechnologiesAnalysis of Technology Drivers and RestraintsApplication DriversApplication ChallengesFuel Cells for Stationary Power - Global Trends and Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Stationary Fuel Cells: Assessment of Research and Development ActivityResearch in North AmericaCombating Uncertainties in Hybrid SOFC PlantsIntegrating SOFC and Coal-Derived Syngas TechnologiesAnalyzing Cell/Stack DynamicsModelling SOFCs Electrical EfficiencyPredicting and Quantifying Radiation Heat Transfer in SOFCsResearch in EuropeLPG Fuel Processors for PEMFCsDeveloping Intermediate Temperature SOFCsDynamic Models for Operating SOFC-GT Hybrid SystemsDynamic Models for Grid-Connected Fuel Cell PlantsPerovskite Deposits via Plasma Spraying of SOFCsResearch in AsiaLow Temperature SOFCs Using BiogasHydrogen Membrane Fuel Cells for Stationary ApplicationsEnergy Analysis of Cogeneration PlantsFuel Cells for Stationary Power - Global Trends and Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Key Patents and ContactsKey PatentsPatents on Solid Oxide Fuel CellsPatents on Molten Carbonate Fuel CellsPatents on Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel CellsKey ContactsCorporate ContactsUniversity and Institute ContactsFuel Cells for Stationary Power - Global Trends and Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in Technology Award (SOFC)Award DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology Innovation Award (IT-SOFC)Award DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology Leadership Award (PAFC)Award DescriptionAward RecipientFuel Cells for Stationary Power - Global Trends and Technology Developments (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesDecision Support DatabasesTotal Electricity Installed Capacity (1999-2009)Emissions--SO2 (1999-2009)Emissions--CO2 (1999-2009)Number of Restaurants (1999-2009)Number of Universities and Colleges (1999-2009)




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