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Examine the Fuel Cells

London, UK | Posted on May 12th, 2008

Fuel Cells

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US fuel cell market to expand sixfold through 2012

The US market for commercial fuel cell products and services is forecast to expand almost sixfold through 2012 to $975 million and reach $3.3 billion by 2017. Demand will be bolstered by ongoing environmental concerns that will spur social interest in less pollutant energy sources, as well as continued efforts to reduce US dependence on foreign oil. The commercial market will be somewhat restrained, on the other hand, by persistent cost hurdles, particularly in motor vehicle applications, as many types of fuel cells require a highpriced platinum catalyst as well as extensive investment in R&D.

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INTRODUCTION
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT
General
Macroeconomic Environment
Long-Term Trends
Industrial Sector Outlook
Power Generation Sector
Motor Vehicle Sector
Electronics & Communications Sector
Chemicals Sector
Military/Aerospace Sector
Public/Institutional Sector
Cost/Pricing Dynamics
Legal & Regulatory Environment
International Environment
World Fuel Cell Markets
International Fuel Cell Programs
Foreign Trade & Multinational Investment
III. TECHNOLOGY
General
Basic Electrical Properties
Fuel Cell Construction & Operation
Fuel Cell Chemistries
Alkaline
Direct Methanol
Molten Carbonate
Phosphoric Acid
Proton-Exchange Membrane
Solid-Oxide
Other
Hydrogen Fuel Sources
Fuel Cell Materials
Catalysts
Electrodes, Electrolytes & Plates
Nanotechnology
Alternative Sources of Power
Batteries
Internal Combustion Engines
Turbines & Microturbines
Other Sources of Power
IV. PRODUCTS
General
Commercial Fuel Cell Demand
Fuel Cell Stacks & Systems
Proton-Exchange Membrane
Phosphoric Acid
Molten Carbonate
Solid-Oxide
Alkaline
Direct Methanol
Other
Fuel Cell Fuels
Hydrocarbon-Based
Pure Hydrogen
Renewable Sources
Other
Fuel Cell Electronic Devices
Test Equipment
Power Conditioning Devices
Controls & Other
Other Fuel Cell Products & Services
Fuel Cell Services
Stack Components
Fuel Cell Reformers & Processors
Fuel Cell Storage Devices
All Other
V. MARKETS
General
US Fuel Cell Programs
Electric Power Generation
Industry Outlook
Fuel Cell Market
Miocropower
Large-Scale
Motor Vehicles
Industry Outlook
Fuel Cell Market
Light Vehicles
Medium/Heavy Vehicles
Backup Power Supplies
Military/Aerospace
Defense & Space Outlook
Fuel Cell Market
Portable Electronics
Portable Electronics Outlook
Fuel Cell Market
Other Fuel Cell Markets
Motive Power
All Other
VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
General
Industry Composition
Market Share
UTC Power
FuelCell Energy
Ballard Power Systems
Teledyne Technologies
Other Companies
Research & Product Development
Manufacturing
Marketing & Distribution
Cooperative Agreements
Financial Requirements
Acquisitions & Divestitures
Company Profiles
Acumentrics Corporation
Advanced Energy Technology, see GrafTech International
Air Products and Chemicals Incorporated
Apollo Energy Systems Incorporated
Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corporation, see Ballard
Power Systems, Daimler AG and Ford Motor
Ballard Power Systems Incorporated
Bridgeport Fuel Cell Park LLC, see FuelCell Energy
Cellex Power Products Incorporated, see Plug Power
Chrysler LLC
Daimler AG
Delphi Corporation
Distributed Energy Systems Corporation
DuPont (EI) de Nemours
ElectroChem Incorporated
Ford Motor Company
Fuel Cell Technologies Corporation, see Acumentrics
FuelCell Energy Incorporated
General Hydrogen Corporation, see Plug Power
General Motors Corporation
Gore (WL) & Associates Incorporated
GrafTech International Limited
Honda Motor Company Limited
Hydrogenics Corporation
IdaTech LLC
Jadoo Power Systems Incorporated
Johnson Matthey plc
Manhattan Scientifics Incorporated
McDermott International Incorporated
Medis Technologies Limited
Mesoscopic Devices LLC, see Protonex
Methanex Corporation
Motorola Incorporated
Northern Power Systems, see Distributed Energy
Nuvera Fuel Cells Incorporated
Plug Power Incorporated
Proton Energy Systems, see Distributed Energy
Protonex Technology Corporation
Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide
Incorporated
ReliOn Incorporated
Rolls-Royce plc
Siemens AG
SOFCo-EFS Holdings LLC, see Rolls-Royce plc
Teledyne Technologies Incorporated
Toyota Motor Corporation
United Technologies Corporation
UTC Power, see United Technologies Corporation
Other Companies Mentioned in Study
LIST OF TABLES
SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Summary Table
SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Economic Indicators
2 Industrial Sector Indicators
3 Electricity Supply & Demand
4 Motor Vehicle Parts & Shipments
5 Computer & Electronic Product Shipments
6 Chemical Shipments
7 Aerospace Equipment Shipments
8 Government Spending & Investment Trends
9 World Fuel Cell Spending
10 Selected International Fuel Cell Programs
SECTION III -- TECHNOLOGY
1 Battery Supply & Demand
2 Internal Combustion Engine Shipments
3 Turbine & Turbine Generator Demand
4 Selected Micropower Product Demand
SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS
1 Total Fuel Cell Spending
2 Commercial Fuel Cell Demand
3 Fuel Cell Stack & System Demand
4 Proton-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Demand
5 Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell Demand
6 Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Demand
7 Solid-Oxide Fuel Cell Demand
8 Alkaline Fuel Cell Demand
9 Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Demand
10 Other Fuel Cell Demand
11 Fuel Cell Fuels Demand
12 Hydrocarbon-Based Fuel Cell Fuels Demand
13 Pure Hydrogen Fuel Cell Fuels Demand
14 Renewable Sources Fuel Cell Fuels Demand
15 Other Fuel Cell Fuels Demand
16 Fuel Cell Electronic Device Demand
17 Other Fuel Cell Products & Services Demand
SECTION V -- MARKETS
1 Fuel Cell Demand by Market
2 Selected US Fuel Cell Programs
3 Electric Power Generation
4 Electric Power Generation Fuel Cell Demand
5 Motor Vehicle Outlook
6 Motor Vehicle Fuel Cell Demand
7 Backup Power Supply Fuel Cell Demand
8 Defense Spending Trends
9 Military/Aerospace Fuel Cell Demand
10 Wireless Communications & Portable Computing Device Demand
11 Portable Electronics Fuel Cell Demand
12 Other Fuel Cell Demand
SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 US Fuel Cell Sales by Company, 2007
2 Research & Development Spending Patterns: Selected Fuel Cell Companies, 2005-2007
3 Selected Cooperative Agreements
4 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
LIST OF CHARTS
SECTION II - MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 Average Energy Efficiency of Various Power Sources
2 Fuel Cell Pricing Patterns
SECTION III -- TECHNOLOGY
1 Basic Fuel Cell Construction
2 Gravimetric Energy Density of Various Power Conversion &
Storage Systems
SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS
1 Fuel Cell Stack & System Demand by Chemistry, 2012
SECTION V -- MARKETS
1 Fuel Cell Demand by Market, 2012
SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 US Fuel Cell Market Share by Company, 2007



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Portable electronics to be most rapidly growing market

The market for fuel cells used to power portable electronics is expected to advance at the most rapid pace through 2012, as technological advancements have enabled these fuel cells to outperform most types of batteries used for similar purposes. As portable wireless devices continue to advance in intelligence and functionality, fuel cells are better able to meet their increased energy requirements by providing longer operational time, while simultaneously eliminating the need for an electronic outlet for recharging. The electric power generation market will continue to comprise almost half of commercial demand in 2012, as molten carbonate fuel cells (MCFCs) and solid-oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), which have proven to be ideal for electricity production, continue to become more cost efficient. Demand for fuel cells used in military/ aerospace applications is projected to lag all other markets, as the US Space Shuttle, a steady user of alkaline fuel cells, is expected to retire in 2010. The motor vehicle market for fuel cells is also expected to rise at a below-average pace due to cost barriers. The growing popularity of hybrid vehicles will also restrain growth in the segment, as hybrids are viewed by many as a cleaner and more efficient alternative to conventional gasoline-powered vehicles. By 2017, however, fuel cell-powered vehicles are expected to expand their market presence, as ongoing R&D drives down costs.

Direct methanol fuel cells to be fastest growing type

Among the six main fuel cell chemistries, the market for direct methanol fuel cells (DMFCs) is expected to advance at the most rapid pace through 2012, supported by their increased use in portable electronic applications. Nonetheless, proton-exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells will continue to comprise the largest share of stack and system demand, as their versatility continues to spur more allocation to R&D when compared to all other fuel cell chemistries.

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This new Freedonia industry study, Fuel Cells, is available for $4500. It presents historical demand data (2002, 2007) plus forecasts for 2012, 2017 and 2025 by fuel cell chemistry, fuel, device and application. The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles leading industry competitors.

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