Research and Markets has announced the addition of the updated "Analyzing the US Fuel Cell Market" report to their offering.
The world's growing dependency on fossil fuels led to the development of the fuel cell industry! The advent of the fuel cells and the recent commercialization of fuel cells in the last couple of years have changed the energy landscape of the United States.
Fuel cells are being used in the US for cogeneration to transportation. From portable power to stationary usage, the applications of fuel cells can be found in almost every industry today.
With the fuel cell industry expected to generate more than $18.6 billion in 2013, the US government has put in place several programs and initiatives to boost the development of this industry.
In this research offering, This R'search analyzes the fuel cells market in the US.
The analysis of the fuel cells market in the US includes a basic analysis of fuel cell design and technologies along with the investment profile of the industry as well. The various types of fuel cells such as alkaline, direct borohydride fuel cells, direct methanol, direct ethanol, formic acid fuel cells, and many others are profiled comprehensively in the report.
The challenges facing the US fuel cells market such as design issues, cost issues, and many other problems are analyzed, followed by an analysis of fuel cell initiatives by state.
Market outlook for the sector and an analysis of the major players in the market such as Altergy, Astris Energi, Canon, Casio, Eneos, Entegris, Cellex Power, Jadoo Power, P21, Plug Power, and many others wrap up the report on the fuel cells market in the US.
- Altergy Systems
- Astris Energi Inc.
- Ballard Power Systems
- California Fuel Cell Partnership
- Ceramic Fuel Cells
- Cellex Power
- Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization
- Daimler AG
- Entegris, Inc.
- Eneos Celltech
- Fuel Cell Technologies Ltd.
- FuelCell Energy, Inc.
- IdaTech LLC
- Jadoo Power
- MTI Micro Fuel Cells
- NTT DoCoMo Inc.
- Palcan Fuel Cells
- Plug Power
- Proton Energy Systems