Market Analysis - Energy Materials Conference 2018
Theme: Generation of Energy Evolution for Sustainable Future
Energy Materials and Fuel Cell Research 2018
Energy Materials and Hydrogen & Fuel Cell are crucial to monetary, social and mechanical improvement. They shape the reason for the usefulness of the fabricated environment, items and advances that are essential to cutting edge society. This implies they can be the key creative trigger in the improvement of numerous new items and advances. Because of the high demand of energy, the researchers have focused on the energy materials and fuel cells for better future. This report distinguishes a hefty portion of the key issues identified with research on, and advancement of, new materials in support of rising low carbon vitality advances for market organization by 2050. A finish of key issues and topics, gathered from the presentations and talks by world’s leading professionals and academicians of this field, is contained in this report.
Recognizing the importance of this aspect, ConferenceSeries Ltd is pleased to invite all of you to the 2nd International Conference on Energy Materials and Fuel Cell Research during August 27-28, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA with the theme: Generation of Energy Evolution for Sustainable Future that will cover the wide range of topics from Energy Materials, Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technology and Materials Science. For more details please visit: https://energymaterials.conferenceseries.com/
Importance & Scope:
There are 1.4 billion people living without access to electricity and an additional 2 billion living with unsafe and inadequate sources of electricity. People don’t always require energy just when the grid is on, when the sun is out, when the wind is blowing, or, in the oldest of storage applications, when water is available. Without storage, most energy solutions would be wasted. Energy must be stored whenever accessible or available.
For Energy Materials & Fuel Cells and Hydrogen, 2017 was a notable year on many fronts. Fuel cells and hydrogen continued to expand in existing markets and made inroads into new areas. Ongoing research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) projects examined additional uses for fuel cells and hydrogen, such as ground support equipment, drayage trucks, and energy storage.
A major development was the introduction of the third commercial fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell, with sales starting in March in Japan and in December in California, the U.K., and Denmark. The Clarity Fuel Cell joins two other commercial FCEVs, the Toyota Mirai and Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell, which have cumulatively sold or leased more than 1,000 units in the U.S. and nearly 3,000 worldwide through late 2017.
Hydrogen infrastructure continued to grow in 2016-17, with 92 new hydrogen refueling stations opened worldwide in 2016-17, and 83 being retail hydrogen stations that are accessible by customers. Almost half of these new hydrogen stations were opened in Japan (45), followed by California (20), with these two comprising 70 percent of the new hydrogen stations opened in 2016-17. Sales and deployments continued to grow in the material handling market, with more than 14,000 fuel cell forklifts in operation globally at the end of 2017, compared to more than 10,000 at the end of 2016.
Fuel cells also began to expand into new applications during the year, including passenger trains; drayage trucks, long-haul trucks, and delivery vans; and carbon capture from natural gas-fired power generation and oil sands sites. Fuel cells electrochemically combine hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity, water, and heat. Unlike batteries, fuel cells continuously generate electricity as long as a source of fuel is supplied. Fuel cells do not burn fuel, making the process quiet, pollution-free, and up to two to three times more efficient than combustion technologies. A fuel cell system can be a truly zero-emission source of electricity when using hydrogen produced from nonpolluting sources.
Energy materials & storage systems are in operation or under development in nearly every U.S. state. These projects range from small (like the project that recycles electricity from Philadelphia’s mass transit system) to the very large (such as major reservoirs and pumping facilities in South Carolina and Missouri). Energy storage is at work in a host of new and exciting applications across four main categories: electrical, mechanical, thermal, and chemical. Examples in the electric category include superconducting magnetic energy storage and capacitors. Pumped hydroelectric power, compressed air, and flywheels represent mechanical storage mechanisms. Batteries are the most common type of chemical storage, and ice is the most common form of thermal storage. Energy storage supports the integration of renewable energy generation.
Energy storage can also help cut emissions as it takes more of the load off fossil-fuel generation. Peaking generation is one of the most costly and wasteful aspects of the grid, so making existing generation go further and avoiding capital and resource-intensive new facilities would make a significant contribution to our environmental priorities. By supporting an all-of-the-above energy strategy, storage will also help accelerate our drive to energy independence.
- Scientists and Researchers from respective fields
- Core field Dean, HODs, Professors, Asst. Professors across the globe
- Industrialists and Business persons of research based companies all over the world who are investing in Advances in Energy Materials, Materials Science, Nanotechnology, Biomaterials, Materials Chemistry and Polymer Technology
- Young PhD researchers and students
- Attendees of previous/past related conferences
Overall, the expected percentage of target audience from various sectors can be graphically represented as:
Figure 1: Energy material research institute
Associations related to Energy Materials & Fuel Cell Technology:
- International Association of Advanced Materials
- Energy Materials Group
- Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Energy Association
- International Association for Hydrogen Energy
- High Energy Materials Society of India
- The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association
- Association of Energy Engineers
- National Hydrogen Association
- Natural Materials Association
- Iranian Nanotechnology Laboratory Network
- International Union of Advanced Materials
- American Hydrogen Association
- US Fuel Cell Council
- Materials Research Society
- American Chemical Society
- International Association for Energy Economics
Figure 2: No. of Associations
Global Market of Energy Materials:
The normal enormous increment in world energy utilization and hydrogen & fuel cells development with crucial environmental issues and the amazing development of photovoltaic and other renewable energy organization has created a great enthusiasm for mainstream researchers in growing new materials and ideas helpful for vitality advances. This gathering will consider progresses in research on materials for energy conservation and capacity with a special focus on photosynthesis, batteries and fuels cells, natural and inorganic photovoltaic, thermoelectric materials and electro-caloric materials.
The energy materials market is expected to rise from $1.91 Billion in 2017 to USD $3.81 Billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 13.7% from 2017 to 2021. On the other hand, the market size of energy-efficient windows has been projected to increase from $10.12 Billion to $25.31 Billion at a CAGR of 8.9% from 2017 to 2026. The base year considered for the study is 2016 and the market size is projected from 2017 to 2021 and from 2017 to 2026.The real development drivers of the market incorporate dynamic forecasting and stack administration, operational proficiency and safety management, expanding government activities for Advanced Energy Materials & Fuel Cell Technology, and prescient investigation for organizations. 2016 is considered to be the base year while the estimate time frame is 2017 to 2021.
Companies Associated with Energy Materials and Fuel Cell Technology:
In total, percentage of attendees from various sectors as follows-