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Stationary Fuel Cell Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017

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WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Stationary Fuel Cells. Stationary Fuel Cell markets grow as the technology supports smaller more diverse units. The new study has 469 pages and 175 tables and figures.

These markets are poised to grow based on the creation of new efficiencies available directly to campus environments needing distributed energy that is separate from the grid. New composite materials based on nanotechnology are providing specialized high temperature ceramics catalyst materials to make systems more cost effective are achieving consistent price declines throughout the forecast period.

Distributed generation (DG) refers to power generation at the point of consumption. Generating power on-site, rather than centrally, eliminates the cost, complexity, interdependencies, and inefficiencies associated with transmission and distribution. Like distributed computing (i.e. the PC) and distributed telephony (i.e. the mobile phone), distributed generation shifts control to the consumer.

Distributed energy generation is the core of renewable energy from wind and solar. These intermittent sources of renewable energy are only feasible if there is a reliable way to store the energy for use when the wind is not blowing and when it is dark out. Stationary fuel cells provide that.

The electricity from the renewable energy can be used to manufacture hydrogen in a campus environment. Future generations of stationary fuel cells including Bloom Energy’s energy servers offer the unique capacity to operate as an energy storage device, thus creating a bridge to a 100% renewable energy future.

Bloom Energy is a distributed generation solution that is clean and reliable and affordable all at the same time. Bloom's energy servers can produce clean energy 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, generating more electrons than intermittent solutions, and delivering faster payback and greater environmental benefits for the customer. DG systems require modest installations, sunny and provide consistent 24/7/365 load.

As distributed generation moves to the forefront of corporate consciousness, stationary fuel cells including Bloom Energy Servers are designed to meet the needs of economically and environmentally minded companies.

Renewable energy is intermittent and needs stationary fuel cells to achieve mainstream adoption as a stable power source. Wind and solar power cannot be stored except by using the energy derived from these sources to make hydrogen that can be stored. Most likely the wind and tide energy will be transported as electricity to a location where the hydrogen can be manufactured. It is far easier to transport electricity than to transport hydrogen.

Stationary fuel cell markets need government sponsorship. As government funding shifts from huge military obligations, a sustainable energy becomes to most compelling investment model for government sponsored development. Stationary Fuel Cells are a good technology in need of further investment to make the entire renewable energy spectrum competitive.

FuelCell Energy is positioned to offer ultra-clean and reliable power generation. A fuel cell power plant helps meet the needs of customers efficiently. Systems improve the air quality in a service territory. Fuel cell is an electrochemical device that combines hydrogen fuel and oxygen from the air to produce electricity, heat, and water.

Direct FuelCell (DFC) power plants are designed to efficiently use fuels and provide renewable and ultra-clean baseload power. FuelCell Energy implements molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC) power plants that depend on electrolyte for large, high-temperature fuel cells. The electrolyte uses a liquid solution of lithium, sodium and/or potassium carbonates, soaked in a matrix material. They operate at 650 degrees C. They are generally large systems with power ranges that extend to 2 mW. Their large size and mass limits the technology to large stationary applications. Fuel Cell Energy uses a nickel catalyst.

FuelCell Energy stationary fuel cells are used in data centers, universities, commercial and institutional facilities. As an environmentally friendly power source, fuel cells are reliable, provide a consistent voltage output, run on various fuels, and produce both electricity and heat. Those advantages have led to stationary fuel cell installations in retail stores, telecommunication facilities, hospitals, and schools.

According to Susan Eustis, primary author of the study, “growth is spurred by the need to store the intermittent energy generated from renewable sources. Electricity generated from wind and solar can be stored as hydrogen and used in stationary fuel systems. Trends toward technology breakthroughs depend on investment in nanotechnology.”

Global demand for stationary fuel cells is projected to increase from $122.9 million in 2010 to $2.6 billion in 2017. Growth of stationary fuel cells is a function of the need to harness intermittent energy generated from renewable wind and solar energy sources. By using stationary fuel cells to address issues relating to intermittency an end to end energy system is achieved.

STATIONARY FUEL CELL MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Driving Forces
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Shares
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Forecasts
Vision For The New Electrical Grid
Hydrogen from Renewable Energy Fuels Stationary Fuel Cell

1. STATIONARY FUEL CELL MARKET DYNAMICS AND MARKET DESCRIPTION
1.1 Distributed Power Generation
1.1.1 Distributed Clean and Continuous Power Generation
1.1.2 Benefits of Bloom Energy
1.1.3 Stationary Fuel Cell Technology
1.2 Industrialization Requires Sustainable, Highly Efficient Energy
1.2.1 Fuel Cell Cogeneration
1.2.2 Stationary Fuel Cells Address Global Energy Challenge
1.2.3 Petroleum
1.3 Value Of Export Market Electricity
1.4 Fuel Cell Operation
1.4.1 Fuel Cells Definition
1.4.2 Fuel Cell Insulating Nature Of The Electrolyte
1.4.3 Inconsistency Of Cell Performance
1.4.4 Fuel Cell Performance Improvements
1.4.5 Transition To Hydrogen
1.5 Fuel Environmental Issues
1.5.1 Environmental Benefits Of Using Fuel Cell Technology
1.5.2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions
1.6 Battery Description
1.7 Fuel Cell Functional Characteristics
1.8 Water In A Fuel Cell System
1.9 Power Of A Fuel Cell
1.9.1 Gas Control
1.9.2 Temperature Control
1.10 Fuel Cell Converts Chemical Energy Directly Into Electricity And Heat
1.10.1 Types Of Fuel Cells
1.11 Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology
1.11.1 Types Of Fuel Cells
1.11.2 Alkaline Fuel Cells
1.11.3 Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells
1.11.4 Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells
1.11.5 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
1.11.6 PEM Technology
1.11.7 Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells
1.11.8 PEM Fuel Cells
1.11.9 Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell
1.11.10 Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Membranes And Catalysts
1.11.11 Common Types Of Fuel Cells
1.12 Stationary Power Applications
1.12.1 Traditional Utility Electricity Generation
1.13 On Grid And Off Grid Issues
1.13.1 Stationary Public Or Commercial Buildings Fuel Cell Market
1.13.2 Distributed Power Generation
1.14 Impact Of Deregulation
1.14.1 Excess Domestic Capacity
1.14.2 Power Failures
1.15 Fuel Cell Issues
1.15.1 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
1.15.2 Fuel Cell Workings
1.15.3 Environmental Benefits Of Fuel Cells
1.15.4 Fuel-To-Electricity Efficiency
1.16 Boilers
1.16.1 Domestic Hot Water
1.16.2 Space Heating Loops
1.16.3 Absorption Cooling Thermal Loads
1.17 Fuel Cell Reliability
1.17.1 Power Quality
1.17.2 Licensing Schedules
1.17.3 Modularity
1.18 Fuel Cell Supply Infrastructure
1.19 Laws And Regulations
1.19.1 National Hydrogen Association
1.19.2 Military Solutions

2. STATIONARY FUEL CELL MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS
2.1 Stationary Fuel Cell Market Driving Forces
2.1.1 Platinum Catalysts
2.2 Stationary Fuel Cell Market Shares
2.2.1 FuelCell Energy (MCFC)
2.2.2 UTC Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells (PAFCs)
2.2.3 Ballard and IdaTech PEM
2.2.4 Bloom Energy (SOFC) Fuel Cell Comprised Of Many Flat Solid Ceramic Squares
2.2.5 Acumentrics
2.2.6 Rolls Royce SOFC Stationary Fuel Cell System
2.2.7 Delphi Corp Inexpensive 5-kW SOFC
2.3 Stationary Fuel Cell Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Vision For The New Electrical Grid
2.3.2 Fuel Cell Clean Air Permitting
2.3.3 MCFC Fuel Cell Market Forecasts
2.3.4 Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell (MCFC)
2.3.5 Molten Carbonate Uses Nickel and Stainless Steel as Core Technology
2.4 SOFC Fuel Cell Forecasts
2.5 PAFC Fuel Cell Technology Forecasts
2.6 PEM Fuel Cell Technology Forecasts
2.6.1 PEM Telecom Fuel Cell Back Up Power Systems
2.6.2 Government Support for Fuel Cell Technology
2.6.3 PEMFC Efficiency
2.6.4 Challenges for PEMFC Systems
2.6.5 Operating Pressure
2.6.6 Long Term Operation
2.6.7 Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell (PEM) Residential Market
2.7 MCFC Stationary Fuel Cell Market Analysis
2.7.1 Fuel Cell Technology 95% Combustion Efficiency Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell (MCFC)
2.7.2 Energy Market Forecasts
2.7.3 Competition For Distributed Generation Of Electricity
2.7.4 Stationary Fuel Cell Applications
2.7.5 FuelCell Energy Fuel Cell Stack Module MCFC
2.7.6 Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Production Analysis Results
2.7.7 FuelCell Energy Cost Breakdown
2.7.8 FuelCell Energy Fuel Cell Stack Module
2.7.9 FuelCell Energy Materials Cost Reduction via Increased Power Density
2.7.10 Fuel Cell Energy Achieving Higher MCFC Power Density
2.8 SOFC Stationary Fuel Cell Markets
2.8.1 Bloom Energy SOFC
2.8.2 SOFC Methanol Fuel Cells, On The Anode Side, A Catalyst Breaks Methanol
2.8.3 Siemens SOFC Unfavorable Fuel Cell Market
Characteristics
2.9 UTC PAFC
2.9.1 PAFC
2.9.2 Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell (PAFC) Technology
2.9.3 Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells (PAFCs)
2.10 PEM Membrane, Or Electrolyte
2.10.1 PEM Proton-Conducting Polymer Membrane, (The Electrolyte)
2.11 Delivered Energy Costs
2.11.1 Nanotechnology Platinum Surface Layer on Tungsten Substrate For Fuel Cell Catalyst
2.12 SOFC Fuel Cell Markets
2.12.1 Specialized Ceramics
2.13 PEM, SOFC, MCFC, and PAFC Stationary Fuel Cell Applications and Uses:
2.14 MCFC, SOFC, PEMFC Projected Cost Long Term
2.15 Stationary Fuel Cells Strengths and Weaknesses
2.16 Fuel Cell Return On Investment Analysis
2.17 Addressable Market
2.18 Stationary Fuel Cell Market Regional Analysis
2.18.1 Stationary Fuel Cells U.S.
2.18.2 Fuel Cells California
2.18.3 Regional Stationary Fuel Cell Competition
2.18.4 CPUC Recently Approved 6 Utility Owned Fuel Cell Projects
2.18.5 Stationary Fuel Cell Installations in California
2.18.6 California Fuel Cell Installations
2.18.7 Campus Fuel Cell Food Processing Agricultural Applications / Gills Onions Stationary Fuel Cells
2.18.8 Europe and Japan
2.18.9 Korea 2-112
2.18.10 European Photovoltaic Industry Association and Greenpeace Global Investments In Solar Photovoltaic Projects
2.18.11 German Stationary Fuel Cells
2.18.12 Japanese Sales Prospects
2.18.13 New Sunshine Project (Japan)
2.18.14 Fuel Cell Development in Japan
2.18.15 Fuel Cell Cogeneration in Japan
2.18.16 Tokyo-Based JGA Millennium Program,
2.18.17 Japanese Government Subsidies
2.18.18 Fuel Cell Cogeneration In Japan
2.18.19 Establishing Codes And Standards Are Very Important For Advancing Fuel Cell Systems In Japan
2.18.20 Solid-Oxide Fuel Cell Stack Prices

3. STATIONARY FUEL CELL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 Stationary Fuel Cells
3.2 PEM
3.3 Ballard
3.4 IdaTech
3.4.1 Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells (PAFCs)
3.5 UTC PAFC
3.5.1 UTC Phosphoric Acid
3.5.2 UTC PureCell® System
3.5.3 UTC Product : The PureCell™ Model 400 Power Solution Features :
3.5.4 UTC PureComfort® Solutions
3.5.5 UTC PureComfort® Power Solutions Save Energy
3.5.6 UTC CO2 Emissions Reduction
3.5.7 UTC PureComfort® Power Solutions
3.6 Samsung Everland / UTC
3.7 Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell (MCFC) Power Plants
3.8 FuelCell Energy
3.8.1 FuelCell Energy Cost Breakdown
3.8.2 FuelCell Energy Fuel Cell Stack Module
3.8.3 FuelCell Energy Materials Cost Reduction via Increased Power Density
3.8.4 FuelCell Energy Balance-of-Plant Cost Reduction With Volume Production
3.8.5 FuelCell Energy Conditioning, Installation, and Commissioning
3.8.6 FuelCell Energy to Supply 1.4 MW Power Plant to a California Utility
3.8.7 FuelCell Energy Adding Power Generating Capacity At The Point Of Use Avoids Or Reduces Investment In The Transmission And Distribution System
3.8.8 FuelCell Energy DFC1500
3.8.9 FuelCell Energy Fuel Cells Within South Korean Renewable Portfolio
3.8.10 Enbridge and FuelCell Energy Partner
3.8.11 FuelCell Energy Power Plants
3.9 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC)
3.9.1 Next Generation SOFC
3.10 Siemens
3.10.1 Siemens Energy Technical Team Of Key Technology Development Partners That Includes Fuel Cell Technologies Ltd. (FCT)
3.10.2 Siemens Westinghouse Electric Company Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
3.11 General Electric Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
3.12 Delphi Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
3.12.1 Delphi Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Auxiliary Power Unit
3.13 Rolls Royce Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
3.14 Bloom Energy Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
3.14.1 Bloom Energy Server Architecture
3.15 Acumentrics Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
3.15.1 Acumentrics Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

4. STATIONARY FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY
4.1 Fuel Cells Offer An Economically Compelling Balance Of Attributes
4.2 Fuel Cell Type Of Electrolyte Used
4.2.1 PEM Fuel Cells
4.3 IdaTech Fuel Processing Technology
4.4 Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells (PAFC)
4.4.1 PAFC Platinum-Based Catalyst
4.5 Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells (MCFC)
4.5.1 FuelCell Energy Degradation of the Electrolyte Support
4.5.2 MCFC Stack Cost Analysis
4.5.3 Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Results
4.6 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC)
4.6.1 SOFC Fuel Cell/Turbine Hybrids
4.6.2 Acumetrics Tubular SOFC, Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Technology
4.7 Fuel Reformer
4.7.1 Specialized Ceramics
4.7.2 Ceramic Fuel Cells
4.8 Fuel Cell Description
4.9 Alkaline Fuel Cells (AFC)
4.10 Nanotechnology Enables Overcoming Stationary Fuel Cell Cost Barriers
4.10.1 DMFC Micro And Portable Fuel Cells Components and Labor Costs
4.10.2 SOFC Fuel Cells Components and Labor Costs:
4.10.3 MCFC Fuel Cells Components and Labor Costs:
4.10.4 PAFC Fuel Cells Components and Labor Costs:
4.11 Solar Energy Complements Fuel Cell Technology
4.12 DMFC Fuel Cell Already Viable Market
4.12.1 DMFC Micro And Portable Fuel Cells Components and Labor Costs
4.12.2 Polymer-Electrolyte Membrane PEM
4.12.3 PEM Nano Metals And Alloys
4.12.4 PEM
4.13 Platinum Catalyst
4.13.1 Nanotechnology Platinum Surface Layer on Tungsten Substrate For Fuel Cell Catalyst
4.13.2 Nanotechnology Platinum Catalyst Mid Size
Stationary Fuel Cells
4.13.3 Water Electrolysis Technology
4.14 Fuel Cell Nickel Borate Catalyst
4.14.1 Fuel Cell High Cost Products
4.14.2 Development of Hydrogen Technologies Critical For The Growth Of The Fuel Cell Industry
4.14.3 PEM and SOFC For Home Units
4.15 PAFC and Stationary fuel cells
4.16 For MCFC:
4.17 For PAFC:
4.18 Fuel Cell Components
4.18.1 1 Fuel Processor (Reformer)
4.19 Fuel Cell Stack
4.20 Power Conditioner
4.21 Nano Composite Membranes
4.22 Pall Filtering of Hydrogen
4.23 IdaTech

5. STATIONARY FUEL CELL COMPANY PROFILES
5.1 Acumentrics
5.1.1 Acumentrics Fuel Cell Technologies Ltd Trusted Power Innovations
5.2 Ansaldo Fuel Cells
5.3 Ballard Power Systems
5.3.1 Ballard Power Systems / IdaTech LLC / ACME Group (Gurgaon, Haryana)
5.3.2 Ballard 2011 Business Outlook
5.3.3 Ballard 2010 Achievements
5.3.4 Growth Milestones
5.3.5 Ballard Path to Profitability
5.3.6 Ballard Key 2009 Achievements
5.3.7 Ballard Annual Highlights | Quarterly Highlights
5.3.8 How Ballard Fuel Cells Work
5.3.9 Ballard Expanded Single Fuel Cell
5.3.10 Ballard Hydrogen
5.4 Blasch Precision Ceramics
5.5 Bloom Energy
5.5.1 Adobe Powers San Jose Headquarters with Bloom Energy Fuel Cells
5.5.2 Bloom Energy / University Of Arizona NASA Mars Space Program
5.6 Delphi
5.6.1 Delphi Automotive LLP Revenue
5.6.2 Delphi Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Auxiliary Power Unit
5.7 Doosan Corporation
5.8 Enbridge
5.9 FuelCell Energy
5.9.1 FuelCell Energy Revenue 2010
5.9.2 FuelCell Energy Market Activity
5.9.3 FuelCell Energy Government Research and Development Contracts
5.9.4 FuelCell Energy Hydrogen Compression:
5.9.5 FuelCell Energy Versa Power Systems Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Development:
5.9.6 FuelCell Energy
5.9.7 Fuelcell Energy Revenue
5.9.8 FuelCell Energy DFC 3000 Cost Savings
5.9.9 FuelCell Energy Production and Delivery Capabilities
5.9.10 FuelCell Energy Food & Beverage Processing
5.9.11 FuelCell Energy Strategic Alliances and Market Development Agreements
5.10 Fuel Cell Technologies
5.11 Fuji
5.12 GE
5.12.1 GE Unmanned Aircraft
5.12.2 GE HPGS
5.13 HydroGen LLC
5.14 IdaTech
5.14.1 IdaTech acquires Plug Power’s LPG Off-Grid, Backup Power Stationary Product Lines
5.14.2 IdaTech Product Shipments
5.14.3 IdaTech Revenue 2010 IdaTech Financials 2007
5.14.4 IdaTech Wireless Communications Network Support
5.14.5 IdaTech Applications
5.14.6 IdaTech Wireline Communications Networks
5.14.7 IdaTech Highway
5.14.8 IdaTech Oil & Gas
5.14.9 IdaTech Military
5.14.10 IdaTech Telecom Wireless
5.14.11 IdaTech Telecom Wireline
5.14.12 IdaTech Railway & Highway
5.14.13 IdaTech UPS Application
5.15 Nuvera
5.16 POSCO Power
5.17 Samsung Everland
5.17.1 Samsung
5.17.2 Samsung Revenue 2010
5.18 Southern California Edison
5.19 United Technologies
5.19.1 UTC Power Fuel Cells And Power Systems
5.19.2 UTC 5-75
5.20 Versa Power Systems
5.20.1 Versa Systems Vision
5.20.2 Versa Systems Core Values
5.20.3 Versa Systems Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

List of Tables

Table ES-1
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Growth Drivers Worldwide
Figure ES-3
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Shares, Dollars, 2010
Figure ES-4
Stationary Fuel Cell Shipment Market Forecasts,
Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 1-1
Methods Of Producing Energy
Table 1-2
Key Aspects Of Fuel Cell Stack Costs
Table 1-3
Fuel Cell Operation
Table 1-4
Fuel Cell Characteristics
Table 1-5
Fuel Cell Description
Table 1-6
Fuel Cell Categories
Table 1-7
Fuel Cell Performance Improvements
Table 1-8
Environmental Concerns Relating To Energy
Table 1-9
Environmental Benefits Of Using Fuel Cell Technology
Table 1-10
Fuel Cell Advantages Compared To Internal Combustion Engine
Table 1-10 (Continued)
Fuel Cell Advantages Compared To Internal Combustion Engine
Table 1-11
Low-carbon production systems
Table 1-12
Fuel Cell Functional Characteristics
Table 1-12 (Continued)
Fuel Cell Functional Characteristics
Table 1-13
Characteristics Of Water In Fuel Cells
Table 1-14
Types Of Fuel Cells
Table 1-15
Classes Of Fuel Cells
Table 1-16
Fuel Cell Applications
Table 1-17
Types Of Fuel Cells
Table 1-18
Classes Of Fuel Cells
Table 1-19
Fuel Cell Applications
Table 1-20
Alkaline Fuel Cell Features
Table 1-21
Phosphoric acid fuel cells applications
Table 1-22
Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell Features
Table 1-23
Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells
Table 1-24
Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Features
Table 1-25
Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell Functions
Table 1-25 (Continued)
Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell Functions
Table 1-26
Fuel Cell Issues
Table 1-27
Fuel Cell System
Table 1-28
Conceptual Operation of a Fuel Cell.
Table 1-29
Fuel Cell System Relative Efficiencies
Table 1-30
Fuel Cell Reliability Research And Development Issues
Table 2-1
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Growth Drivers Worldwide
Table 2-3
Worldwide Stationary Fuel Cell Market Segments
Figure 2-4
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Shares, Dollars, 2010
Table 2-5
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Shares, Dollars, 2010
Figure 2-6
FuelCell Energy electrochemical device
Figure 2-7
Bloom Energy Server
Figure 2-8
Stationary Fuel Cell Shipment Market Forecasts, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-9
Stationary Fuel Cell Shipment Market Forecasts, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-10
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Forces
Figure 2-11
Distributed Campus Environments For Stationary
Fuel Cells, Market Forecasts, Number, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-12
Stationary Fuel Cell Distributed Campus Environments
Market Forecasts Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-13
Stationary Fuel Cell, SOFC, MCFC, PAFC, and PEM
Shipment Market Forecasts, Units and Dollars,
Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-14
Stationary Fuel Cell Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide,
2011-2017
Figure 2-15
Stationary MCFC Fuel Cell Market Forecasts, Worldwide,
Dollars, 2011-2017
Figure 2-16
Stationary MCFC Fuel Cell Market Forecasts, Worldwide,
Units, 2011-2017
Table 2-17
MCFC Technology Development Functions
Figure 2-18
Stationary SOFC Fuel Cell Market Forecasts, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-19
Stationary Fuel Cell SOFC Market Forecasts, Number
Shipped, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-20
Stationary PAFC Fuel Cell Market Forecasts, Dollars,
Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-21
Stationary PAFC Fuel Cell Market Shipments
Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-22
Stationary Fuel Cell Proton Exchange
Membrane Fuel Cell (PEM) Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2011-2017
Figure 2-23
Stationary Fuel Cell Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM)
Market Forecasts, Units, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-24
FuelCell Energy 2.4 MW Fuel Cell Power
Plant Inchon, South Korea
Figure 2-25
Global demand for electric Power
Figure 2-26
Cost of Electricity Grid and Stationary Fuel Cell
Table 2-27
MCFC Stack Costs
Figure 2-28
Stationary Fuel Cell Applications
Table 2-29
Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell R&D areas to be addressed
Table 2-30
Complete Fuel Cell Power Plant
Table 2-31
Opportunity for PAFC Cost Reductions Opportunity Area
Table 2-32
PAFC Stack Costs
Figure 2-33
Fuel Cell Image
Table 2-34
PEM Stack Costs
Figure 2-35
Delivered Energy Costs
Figure 2-36
Reducing Hydrogen Crossover Using Nanotechnology
Table 2-37
Ceramic Fuel Cells Advantages
Table 2-38
Stationary Fuel Cell Markets
Table 2-39
Projected Long-Term, Uninstalled Costs
Table 2-40
Stationary Fuel Cells Strengths and Weaknesses
Table 2-41
Cost Comparison of Available Technologies for a 5kW Plant
Table 2-41 (Continued)
Cost Comparison of Available Technologies for a 5kW Plant
Table 2-42
Stationary Fuel Cell Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2010
Table 2-43
Stationary Fuel Cell Regional Market Segments, 2010
Figure 2-44
Stationary Fuel Cell Installations in California
Figure 2-44 (Continued)
Stationary Fuel Cell Installations in California
Figure 2-45
Efficient Pipeline Pressure Reduction
Table 2-46
Types Of Campus Fuel Cell Power Plants
Figure 2-47
FuelCell Energy 600 KW DFC, Gills Onions Oxnard, CA
Figure 2-48
Korean NRE New and Renewable Energy
Figure 2-49
Research & Development in NRE
Figure 2-50
Korean Local Plan for Promoting NRE
Figure 2-51
FuelCell Energy Environmental Tangible Benefits
Figure 2-52
Hybrid Electric Vehicles Costs
Figure 2-53
US Energy Costs
Figure 2-54
Hydrogen Cost From On Site Steam
Figure 2-55
German Bonus for Electricity Produced Through CHP Units
Table 2-56
Japanese Sales Prospects
Figure 3-1
Ballard Power Systems Cleargen Mulit-Megawatt Fuel Cell System
Figure 3-2
IdaTech Fuel Cell System
Table 3-3
IdaTech ElectraGen ME System Functions
Table 3-3 (Continued)
IdaTech ElectraGen ME System Functions
Table 3-4
UTC PureCell® Model 400 System Positioning
Table 3-5
UTC PureCell® Model 400 System Functions
Table 3-6
UTCPureCell® Model 400 Fuel Cell System Target Market
Figure 3-7
UTC Power fuel cells also qualify for LEED® (Leadership in
Energy and Environmental Design) points.
Table 3-8
UTC PureCell system Features
Figure 3-9
UTC Fuel cell Supplier To NASA For Space Missions
For Over 40 Years
Table 3-10
UTC Performance Characteristics POWER
Figure 3-11
UTC PureCell Solution Emissions
Table 3-12
UTC Stationary Fuel Cell Energy Efficiency Positioning
Table 3-13
UTC Microturbine Chiller/Heater and System Level Functions
Table 3-14
UTC stationary Fuel cell Benefits :
Table 3-15
UTC Stationary Fuel Cell Emissions Benefits
Table 3-16
UTC Stationary Fuel Cell Emissions CO2 Emissions
Reduction Calculations
Figure 3-17
UTC Pollutant Emissions Comparisons
Table 3-18
UTC PureComfort® Power Solutions
Figure 3-19
Fuel cell electrochemical device
Figure 3-20
Direct Fuel Cell (DFC) Power Plants Offer The
Highest Efficiency Which Is Key To Customer Value
Figure 3-21
FuelCell Energy 1 MW DFC California State
University - Northridge
Table 3-22
FuelCell Energy Cost Reduction Opportunities for the
DFC 1500 Power Plant Operating On Pipeline-Quality
Natural Gas
Figure 3-23
Enbridge and FuelCell Energy
Figure 3-24
Direct Fuel Cell Power Plant
Figure 3-25
Siemens: SOFC ( Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel cell ) SFC - 200
Figure 3-26
Siemens SOFC Rods
Figure 3-27
General Electric Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Figure 3-28
Delphi Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Table 3-29
Delphi Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Benefits
Table 3-30
Delphi Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Typical Applications
Figure 3-31
Delphi Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Transportation Application
Figure 3-32
Rolls Royce Fuel Cell Process
Table 3-33
Rolls Royce Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Features
Table 3-33 (Continued)
Rolls Royce Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Features
Table 3-34
Bloom Energy SOCF Fuel Cell Specifications
Table 3-34 (Continued)
Bloom Energy SOCF Fuel Cell Specifications
Figure 3-35
Bloom Energy Server
Table 3-36
Bloom Performance Is Enhanced By Modular Architecture
Table 3-37
Acumentrics Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Development Path
Table 3-38
Acumentrics Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Functions
Figure 3-39
Acumentrics Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Figure 4-1
Fuel Cells Offer An Economically Compelling Balance Of Attributes
Figure 4-2
Efficiency Differences Among Fuel Cell Technologies
Table 4-3
Fuel cell Types By T Electrolyte
Table 4-4
Opportunity for PAFC Cost Reductions Opportunity Area
Table 4-5
Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell R&D areas to be addressed
Figure 4-6
MCFC Cost Components of Electricity vs. Fuel Cell Capital Cost
Figure 4-7
Siemens Westinghouse's 250-Kilowatt Atmospheric
Pressure Combined Heat And Power Fuel Cell System
Table 4-8
Ceramic Fuel Cells Advantages
Figure 4-9
Bloom Energy Fuel Cell Description (1)
Figure 4-10
Bloom Energy Fuel Cell Description (2)
Figure 4-11
Bloom Energy Fuel Cell Description (3)
Figure 4-12
Bloom Energy Fuel Cell Description (4)
Figure 4-13
Bloom Energy Fuel Cell Description (5)
Figure 4-14
Fuel Cell Flow Plates
Figure -4-15
Home Hydrogen Refueler
Figure 4-16
Fuel Cell Components
Figure4-17
How A Fuel Cell Works
Figure4-18
Stationary Fuel Cell Steam Reformer
Figure 4-19
Hydrogen Reformer Components
Figure 4-20
Fuel Processor (Reformer)
Figure 4-21
Reducing Hydrogen Crossover Using Nanotechnology
Figure 4-22
Comparison of the Performance of Nanocomposite Membranes
Figure 4-23
Catalytic Reformer and Refinery Hydrogen System
Table 5-1
Acumentrics Fuel Cell Technologies Ltd Rugged UPS™
Table 5-2
Acumentrics Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Figure 5-3
Ballard® Fuel Cell
Table 5-4
Ballard Hydrogen Systems
Table 5-5
Bloom Energy Customers
Figure 5-6
Enbridge Overview
Table 5-7
Enbridge Statistics
Figure 5-8
Enbridge Hybrid Fuel Cell
Table 5-9
FuelCell Energy Positioning
Figure 5-10
FuelCell Energy DFC 3000 Cost Savings
Table 5-11
FuelCell Energy Production and Delivery Capabilities
Figure 5-12
FuelCell Energy Production Capabilities
Table 5-13
FuelCell Energy Active Project Pipelines
Figure 5-14
FuelCell Energy Tangible Environmental Benefits
Figure 5-15
FuelCell Energy Efficiency Differences Between Technologies
Table 5-16
FuelCell Energy Markets
Figure 5-17
Fuel Cell Technologies (FCT) Fuel Cell Test Station QA
Testing Area
Figure 5-18
United Technologies Business Unit Revenues
Figure 5-19
Versa Systems Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Figure 5-20
Versa Systems Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Technology

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