DUBLIN, Nov. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global and Chinese Fuel Cell Industry Chain Report, 2014-2016" report to their offering.
In 2013, fuel cell shipment worldwide reached 215.3MWh, in which the biggest percentage (about 187MW) was contributed by large stationary fuel cell power station. The application of large fuel cell power station was mainly concentrated in America, S. Korea and Japan, widely for power generation, combined heat and power generation (also called cogeneration), IT data center, etc.
As of 2014, the application of fuel cell in automotive industry, despite of small scale, was the most important among other fields. After two decades or more of development, the current fuel cell technology is relatively mature, and the fuel cell supply chain is gradually improving. Amid the three issues (durability, low-temperature working and cost minimization) that hinder the practicalities of fuel cell in the early stage, the former two have been addressed. In the past 3-4 years, Pt consumed by per 100kw fuel cell catalyst reduced to 30g, system cost dropped by more than 50% to USD500-1000/KW, durability was able to reach as long as over 10 years, and fuel cell start-up test at minus 30oC was completed.
The period of 2015-2025 will witness fuel cell vehicle developing from mature technology to mature technical process, and after 2025, there will be a stage of popularization, as it is projected.
Toyota and Hyundai each plan to launch 1,000 fuel cell vehicles in 2015 priced at USD50,000-100,000, close to the price of pure electric vehicle Tesla Model S, with 90% cost cuts as opposed to the figure a few year ago. 2015 is expected to be the first commercialization year for fuel cell vehicles.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Introduction to Fuel Cell
2 Fuel Cell Industry Worldwide
3 Fuel Cell Industry by Country
4 Fuel Cell Vehicle Industry Chain
5 Fuel Cell System Manufacturers Worldwide
6 Fuel Cell System Manufacturers in China
7 Fuel Cell Industry Chain Enterprises in China
- Ballard Power
- Beijing Azure Hydrogen Energy Science & Technology Co., Ltd.
- Bloom Energy
- Dongyue Group
- Fuel Cell
- Golden Energy Fuel Cell Co., Ltd. (GEFC)
- Jiangsu Huachang Chemical Co., Ltd.
- Jiangsu Qingyang Energy
- Plug Power
- SFC Power
- Shanghai 3F New Material Co., Ltd.
- Shanghai Shen-li High Tech Co., Ltd.
- Shanghai TL Chemical Co., Ltd.
- Sino-Platinum Co., Ltd.
- Sunrise Power Co., Ltd.
- Wuhan WUT New Energy Co., Ltd. (WUT)
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