Impact of Nanotechnology in the Energy Industry (Technical Insights)

 

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This study reports on the impact of nanotechnology in the energy industry.

Table of Contents

Impact of Nanotechnology in the Energy Industry (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScope MethodologyNanotechnology in Energy Applications Webwatch DirectoryOverviewOverviewSummaryImpact of Nanotechnology in the Energy Industry (Technical Insights), Nanotechnology in Energy Applications--Introduction (North America; Europe)Technology PrimerNanotechnology OverviewNanotechnology in Energy Industry--Business DynamicsApplications OverviewBatteriesSupercapacitorsFuel CellsSolar Power (Photovoltaics)Hydrogen Storage and ProductionImpact of Nanotechnology in the Energy Industry (Technical Insights), Nanotechnology in Energy Applications--Adoption factors (North America; Europe)Nanotechnology in Energy Applications--Market Trends and DriversMarket TrendsMarket DriversNanotechnology in Energy Applications--Advantages and DisadvantagesNanotechnologyBatteries; Supercapacitors; Fuel CellsSolar PowerHydrogenNanotechnology in Energy Applications--Application ChallengesBatteriesFuel cellsSolar PowerHydrogen Production and StorageImpact of Nanotechnology in the Energy Industry (Technical Insights), Advances in Nanotechnology and Energy Applications--Corporate R&D (North America; Europe; and Asia)Nanotechnology in Battery and Fuel Cell Development NanoSafe Batteries with Nanostructured Lithium Titanate Electrodes—USANanobattery with a Honeycomb Structure—USABattery can Recharge to 80% Capacity in One Minute--JapanNanotech-Enhanced Battery with Longer Life and Improved Safety--USANanometals Could Replace Platinum as CatalystNanotechnology in Solar Power and Hydrogen Storage Development High-Yield Thin-Film Process Technology--USANano-Enabled; Flexible Solar Cells--USACost-Effective Solar Thin Films--An Alternative to Silicon Solar Devices—GermanyNanotechnology Help Reduce Usual Limitations in Hydrogen StorageImpact of Nanotechnology in the Energy Industry (Technical Insights), Nanotechnology in Energy Applications--Academic and Institutional Research (North America; Europe; and Asia)Academic Research Advances in Nanotechnology and BatteriesSilicon Nanowires Boost Battery Performance by 10x—USA Nanocomposite Paper for Flexible Energy Storage Devices--USABatteries Assembled by Virus—USAAcademic Research Advances in Nanotechnology and Solar Power GenerationHighly Ordered Nanotube Arrays for Solar Cells—USAThin Film plus Quantum Dots Better than Either Alone--ChinaQuantum-Dot-Based Technology Captures Infrared—CanadaAcademic Research Advances in Nanotechnologyand Hydrogen Production and StorageNanoscale Water-Gas Shift Reaction for Fuel-Cell Catalysis--USASolar Hydrogen Generation—USANanoblades for Hydrogen Storage--USAImpact of Nanotechnology in the Energy Industry (Technical Insights), Nanotechnology in Energy Applications--Market Assessment (North America; Europe; and Asia)Development of Next-Generation General/ Solar Cell Applications Using Nanotech--Collaborations and ConsortiaGeneral Applications for NanotechnologySolar PowerDevelopment of Next-Generation Fuel Cell/ Hydroogen Storage Applications--Collaborations and ConsortiaFuel-CellsHydrogen Production and StorageImpact of Nanotechnology in the Energy Industry (Technical Insights), Patents; Glossary; Additional ResourcesKey Patents Listing Nanotechnology in Fuel Cell ApplicationsNanotechnology in Solar Power ApplicationsNanotechnology in Hydrogen Production and StorageNanotechnology in Battery Supercapacitor ApplicationsEnergy and Nanotechnology Glossary Energy and Nanotechnology GlossaryAdditional ResourcesImpact of Nanotechnology in the Energy Industry (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesMobile Subscribers--World (2002 to 2012)Net Electricity Consumption--World (2002 to 2012)Net Electricity Generation--World (2002 to 2012)Total Installed Base--World (2002 to 2012)




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