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Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs): Global Strategic Business Report Forecast to 2022 - SOFCs Make Perfect Sense for Mobile Networks

DUBLIN, July 11, 2018 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --

The "Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) - Global Strategic Business Report" report has been added to's offering.

The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2022.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) in US$ Thousand.

The global market is further analyzed by the following Applications:

-- Remote Power & Auxiliary Power Units

-- Combined Heat & Power

-- Others

The report profiles 35 companies including many key and niche players such as:

-- Adelan Ltd. (UK)

-- Atrex Energy, Inc. (USA)

-- Bloom Energy Corporation (USA)

-- Ceres Power Limited (UK)

-- Convion Ltd. (Finland)

-- Delphi Automotive PLC (UK)

-- Elcogen AS (Estonia)

-- FuelCell Energy, Inc. (USA)

-- Versa Power Systems, Inc. (USA)

-- Hexis AG (Switzerland)

-- LG Fuel Cell Systems Inc. (USA)

-- Nexceris LLC (USA)

-- Protonex Technology Corporation (USA)

-- sunfire GmbH (Germany)

-- Toto Ltd. (Japan)

-- Ultra Electronics AMI (USA)

-- ZTEK Corporation, Inc. (USA)

Key Topics Covered

1. MARKET OVERVIEWFuel CellsA Rudimentary OverviewSolid Oxide Fuel CellsA Curtain RaiserCollaborative EffortKey to Successful CommercializationPresent Levels of CommercializationImpact of Economic Turmoil on Fuel Cells Market in the Recent PastOutlook

2. FUEL CELLS - AN OVERVIEWChanging Energy IndustryFuel CellsEvolutionRecent Surge in CommercializationDeveloped Markets at the Vanguard, Emerging Regions Gather PaceWhimsical Visions of an All-Hydrogen Economy Drives Interest in Fuel CellsManufacturers Expand Production Hubs to New ShoresFuel Cell Manufacturers Foray into Newer SegmentsFuel Cell Majors Snap Up Critical Component VendorsCost: A Herculean ChallengeSurface Area of Components: A Major IssueMiniaturization: A Major Challenge in Designing Portable Fuel CellsInadequate Infrastructure & Lack of Customer Confidence

3. NOTEWORTHY TRENDS, GROWTH DRIVERS & ISSUESSOFCs Takes On Competition from Market Leader PEMFC Head OnGrowing Focus on Environmental Protection to Drive Adoption of SOFCs in Power & Transportation SectorGrowing Demand for Electricity Driving Demand for SOFCs in Power SectorSOFCs Gather Momentum in Stationary Cogeneration/CHP DeploymentsSOFCs: Ideal for Distributed Power GenerationGrowing Focus on Renewable Energy to Add to Market Demand for SOFCsPositive Outlook for Fuel Cell Integrated Residential CHPsEfforts in Full Swing to Make SOFC a Mainstream Technology for APU in AutomobilesFactors Indicating Potential Opportunity for SOFCs in Heavy- Duty Trucks and Refrigerated Transport VehiclesOpportunities in Military & Defense SectorSOFCs Make Perfect Sense for Mobile NetworksThe Role of the Government in Driving the Market's FutureFavorable Government Policies Remain Critical to SuccessInvestments Pour In, Promising to Expand the Industry's ScopePlanar SOFC Remains the Dominant SOFC Technology in the MarketSOFCs: A Technology of Interest to Developed CountriesJapanA Unique Case of Environment Driven and Energy Driven MarketDeveloping Nations Set to Follow Developed Markets in Adoption of SOFCsChina on the Verge of a Fuel Cell BoomTechnological Developments Widen Scope of Applications for SOFCsTechnological Innovations Promise to Revolutionize SOFC ManufacturingNano Coatings Emerge as Means to Enhance Durability of SOFCSOFC Demand Not Disruptive to Supplies of Rare Earth ElementsConventional Power Companies Vie for the SOFC Pie

4. TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTSScientists Develop Mini Cells that Power Drones to Fly for More Than an HourDevelopment of Electrodes for Advanced Solid Oxide Fuel CellsNASA Bets Big on SOFCs for Future Space MissionsEmerging Trends in Electrode Engineering TechniquesFuture Perspectives for SOFC TechnologyFuel Cell Technology for Marine ApplicationsSOFC Companies Take Small but Sure StridesEbersprcherDelphiEclogenAVLUltra Electronics AMIProtonex

5. FUEL CELLS AND SOFCS: A TECHNOLOGY FREEZE FRAMEEvolution of Fuel CellsSolid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC)Comparative Analysis of Fuel Cell TechnologiesTechnical FeaturesMajor Application Areas for Various Fuel Cell TechnologiesSolid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) TechnologyAdvantagesPitfallsA Working Model of a SOFCArchitectural DynamicsComponents of SOFCsCathodeElectrolyteAnodeInterconnectSOFC Component Materials & PropertiesYttria Stabilized ZirconiaNickelStrontium Doped Lanthanum MagnetiteLanthanum ChromiteSOFCs: An Evolution ScanTypes of SOFCsClassification by DesignClassification by Operating TemperaturesApplications of SOFCsStationary Power ApplicationsStandalone Power GeneratorTransportationMobile Electronic Equipment/Portable Energy ApplicationsSpace & MilitaryWhat Makes SOFCs Such a Cherished Technology?What's in the Material?Lanthanum Chromite: A Possible Material for InterconnectsSolid Oxide Regenerative Fuel Cells (SORFC)Other Competing TechnologiesAlkaline Fuel Cell (AFC)Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell (PAFC)Solid Polymer or Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEM)Direct Methanol Fuel Cell (DMFC)Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell (MCFC)

6. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITYFuelCell Energy, Inc. Signs MoU with POSCO Energy (SOUTH KOREA)SOLIDpower Group signs MoU with KEPCO Korea Electric Power CorporationFuelCell Energy, Inc. Cost-Share Agreement with the US Department of EnergyNissan and Ceres Power Sign Deal for Development of Alternative Fuel CellsSOLIDpower and CCTC Sign Licensing AgreementAcumentrics SOFC Changes Name to Atrex EnergyDominovas Energy Launches RUBICON SOFC system in Johannesburgsunfire Supplies Reversible Solid Oxide Electrolyser/Fuel Cell System to BoeingBallard Acquires Protonex TechnologyNexTech Materials Changes Name to Nexceris LLCNexTech Materials Bags Methane/Oxygen Fuel Cell System from NASACeramic Fuel Cells Files for BankruptcyNexTech Materials Bags SOFC Stack Technology Contract from the US ArmyFuelCell Energy Bags Contract from the U.S. Department of Energy for SOFC DevelopmentDominovas Energy Signs MoU with Delphi for SOFC TechnologyTopsoe Fuel Cell A/S to Cease OperationsGE Global Research Begins Construction of Pilot Plant for SOFC ManufacturingBloom Deploys Bloom Energy Servers for Department of DefenseBloom Energy Surcharge Declines for Month of JuneCeres Finalizes Agreement for Collaboration with Cummins Power Generation IncWATT Fuel Cell Corp. Completes Acquisition of Pittsburgh Electric Engines, Inc.

7. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERSAdelan Ltd. (UK)Atrex Energy, Inc. (USA)Bloom Energy Corporation (USA)Ceres Power Limited (UK)Convion Ltd. (Finland)Delphi Automotive PLC (UK)Elcogen AS (Estonia)FuelCell Energy, Inc. (USA)Versa Power Systems, Inc. (USA)Hexis AG (Switzerland)LG Fuel Cell Systems Inc. (USA)Nexceris LLC (USA)Protonex Technology Corporation (USA)sunfire GmbH (Germany)Toto Ltd. (Japan)Ultra Electronics AMI (USA)ZTEK Corporation, Inc. (USA)

8. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE Total Companies Profiled: 35 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 36)

-- The United States (16)

-- Japan (5)

-- Europe (13)

-- Germany (2)

-- The United Kingdom (3)

-- Italy (1)

-- Rest of Europe (7)

-- Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (2)

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