North American Stationary Fuel Cells Markets

 

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The North American fuel cell market, while still just an emerging market, is entering a fervent pre-commercial product installation phase. The success of the stationary power fuel cell market now hinges on the performance and successful demonstrations of these technologies, which include molten carbonate, solid oxide, and proton exchange membrane. The markets for these technologies, as well as that for already-commercialized phosphoric acid fuel cells, are analyzed in this report service. Market revenue, unit sales, and output forecasts are presented and supported by identifying the drivers and restraints, as well as challenges, facing these markets.

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North American Stationary Fuel Cells Markets, Executive SummaryMarket OverviewIntroductionMarket OverviewMajor Research FindingsIndustry ChallengesDrivers and RestraintsOpportunities and ForecastsMarket Segment AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisConclusionsTechnological TrendsStrategic ConclusionsNorth American Stationary Fuel Cells Markets, Total North American Stationary Fuel Cells MarketsMarket OverviewIntroductionMarket SegmentationMajor Industry ChallengesIdentification of Industry ChallengesAnalysis of Foremost Challenges Facing the Stationary Fuel Cell IndustryIdentification of Drivers and Restraints to Growth For the Stationary Fuel Cells MarketsGrowth Drivers for the Stationary Fuel Cells MarketsRestraints to Growth for the Stationary Fuel Cells MarketsMarket Forecasts and Growth TrendsRevenue and Unit Forecasts for the Total MarketAnalysis by Output SizeGeographic AnalysisAnalysis by Country (US/Canada)Concurrent Developments in the Rest of the WorldEnd User and Application AnalysisEarly Adopters and Potential End UsersAreas of ApplicationTechnology AnalysisForecasts by TechnologyTechnological TrendsFuel Supply and ProcessingFuel Supply IssuesFuel ProcessorsChannel AnalysisSupply Chain AnalysisDistribution Channel AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisIndustry Competitive StructureChanging Competitive LandscapeMarket Leadership AnalysisFrost & Sullivan AwardsCompetitive Strategy Leadership AwardProduct Innovation AwardProduct Line Strategy Leadership AwardTechnology Innovation AwardNorth American Stationary Fuel Cells Markets, North American Solid Oxide Fuel Cells MarketMarket Determinants and CharacteristicsMarket OverviewMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket ForecastsUnit Shipments and Revenue ForecastsOutput AnalysisPricing TrendsTechnology AnalysisProduct AnalysisTechnology TrendsLifecycle AnalysisSolid State Energy Conversion AllianceEnd User and Application AnalysisTrends by End UserTrends by ApplicationCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive EnvironmentLeadership AnalysisNorth American Stationary Fuel Cells Markets, North American Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells MarketMarket Determinants and CharacteristicsMarket OverviewMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket ForecastsUnit Shipments and Revenue ForecastsOutput AnalysisPricing TrendsTechnology AnalysisProduct AnalysisTechnology TrendsLifecycle AnalysisEnd User and Application AnalysisTrends by End UserTrends by ApplicationCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive EnvironmentLeadership AnalysisNorth American Stationary Fuel Cells Markets, North American Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells MarketMarket Determinants and CharacteristicsMarket OverviewMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket PlayerMarket ForecastsUnit Shipments and Revenue ForecastsOutput AnalysisPricing TrendsTechnology AnalysisProduct AnalysisLifecycle AnalysisTechnology TrendsEnd User and Application AnalysisTrends by End UserTrends by ApplicationNorth American Stationary Fuel Cells Markets, North American Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells MarketMarket Determinants and CharacteristicsMarket OverviewMarket DriversMarket RestraintsDeveloper ProfileMarket ForecastsUTC Discontinuing PAFC DevelopmentUTC Continuing With PAFC DevelopmentTechnology AnalysisProduct AnalysisEnd User and Application AnalysisNorth American Stationary Fuel Cells Markets, Market StrategiesStrategic Response to ChallengesHigh Manufacturing Costs Hinder Faster Market AdoptionLack of Large Replacement Markets Slow Application DevelopmentEnd User Acceptance Hinges on Establishing the Durability and Longevity of Fuel CellsGrid Interconnection Barriers Slow Market DevelopmentUnder Developed Manufacturing Capability and Service Network Curbs Volume GrowthFuel Supply Issue Obliterates Commercialization Potential of Fuel CellsMigrating From Research Mode to Commercial Mind-set Desiccates Market Penetration of Small and Mid-Sized CompaniesFragmented Supply Chain and Lack of Investment Into the Component Industry Curtails Fuel Cells CommercializationGrowth of Small and Mid-Sized Fuel Cells Dependant on Establishment of a Formidable Distribution NetworkLack of Common Codes and Standards Impede Product DevelopmentNorth American Stationary Fuel Cells Markets, Reference DocumentsAppendixDefinitionsAcronymsDecision Support DatabasesElectricity Demand Growth DSDResidential Electricity DSDCommercial Electricity DSDIndustrial Electricity DSDElectricity Generation by Natural Gas DSDPercentage of T&D Losses DSDCountry Industry ForecastThe U.S Energy Industry




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