Stationary and Portable Fuel Cells: Developments; Markets and Opportunities (Technical Insights)

 


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Table of Contents

Stationary and Portable Fuel Cells, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryObjectives of the ReportObjectives of the ReportScope and MethodologyScope and MethodologyFuel Cell OverviewFuel Cell OverviewPerspective and HistoryDefinitionBenefitsInterestManaging Commercial RisksThe Marketplace Moving Out of the LaboratoryStationary Markets Automotive MarketStationary and Portable Fuel Cells, IntroductionThe Impact of Fuel CellsThe Impact of Fuel CellsStationary and Distributed Power GenerationVehicle Power Generation Fuel Cell TypesFuel Cell TypesFlurry of Research Activity Advantages of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells IssuesPreparing the Fuel Infrastructure Preparing the Fuel Infrastructure Customization Customization Powering Fuel Cells Powering Fuel Cells Competition to Fuel Cells Nickel-Cadmium Battery Zinc-Air Battery Lithium Cells The Internal Combustion EngineElectric ConvertersMicroturbines PhotovoltaicsReciprocating Engines Stationary and Portable Fuel Cells, Market ForecastMarket ForecastMarket ForecastStationary MarketStationary MarketThe Implications of Utility DeregulationApplications for Distributed GenerationFuel Cell Residential and Industrial MarketsThe Portable MarketThe Portable MarketStationary and Portable Fuel Cells, Fuel Cell Commercialization EffortsA Variety of Commercial IndicatorsA Variety of Commercial IndicatorsPrototypes Abound Prototypes Abound Joint VenturesJoint VenturesWall Street InterestWall Street InterestStationary and Portable Fuel Cells, Promising DevelopmentsStationary PowerSpecialty Proton Exchange MembranesMiniature Fuel CellPower Generation/Storage Package High Power Density Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Methane Fuel Cells Natural Gas Conversion Direct Carbonate Fuel Cells Compact Fuel ProcessorMaterialsColloidal Spray Deposition Near-Net Shape Ceramics Computer-Controlled Slurry DepositionGas-Tight CoatingsCatalyst Removal of Carbon Monoxide Alloy-Carbon Nanocomposites Single-Phase Proton-Beta-AluminaAlkali Metal Glasses Vanadium Oxide NanotubesFast Oxide-Ion ConductorsPolarized Electrochemical Vapor DepositionHigh-Throughput CoatingsSol Gel Processing Potassium Tantalate Films Solid Polymer Electrolyte Membranes Silicon Substrates Ceramic Films Metal HydridesCarbon Nanotubes Thermoset ResinsFluoropolymersMetal Nanoparticles Graphite Flow PlatesCeramic Powder Synthesis Water-Gas-Shift CatalystsNoble Metal CatalystsStationary and Portable Fuel Cells, Collaborative OpportunitiesStationary PowerAstris Energi Inc.BCS Technology Inc. Ceramic Fuel Cells Ltd. FuelCell Energy Inc. Georgia Institute of Technology Global Thermoelectric Inc.H Power Corp.IdatechLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryLawrence Livermore National LaboratoryMcDermott Technology Inc.Methanex Corp.Northwestern University Plug Power Inc.Proton Energy Systems Siemens Westinghouse Power Corp.Variex Corp. Portable Power Case Western Reserve University Energy Ventures Inc. Fraunhofer Institute Manhattan Scientifics Inc.Materials and Electrochemical Research Corp. Xybernaut Corp. Materials Alfred University Altair International Inc. Case Western Reserve University Eltron Research Inc.Imperial College of Science Indian Institute of ScienceInstitute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology Northwestern UniversityOsaka UniversityPennsylvania State UniversitySwiss Federal Institute of Technology Technion Israel Institute of TechnologyTokyo Institute of TechnologyUniversité du Maine University of AlbertaUniversity of ErlangenUniversity of Science and Technology of China Vanderbilt University Stationary and Portable Fuel Cells, PatentsPatentsPatentsVehicle PowerVehicle PowerStationary Power Stationary Power Stationary and Portable Fuel Cells, Resources and BibliographyVehicle PowerVehicle PowerStationary Power Stationary Power




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