The global fuel cell industry has been going through a dynamic phase for the past few years as more companies and regulatory bodies are taking interest in its development. The concerns over pollution and climate change coupled with depleting energy sources has provided the requisite impetus to the alternative energy sources, especially fuel cells. Investments and regulatory support being provided by the governments of countries around the world is helping the fuel cell industry to grow at a tremendous pace. Within the industry, the portable fuel cells are expected to surpass the stationary segment in future with shipments expected to grow at a CAGR of 79% during 2010-2013, says our new research report “Fuel Cell Industry Analysis”
Our team of experts has identified various factors, like booming consumer and industrial electronics industry behind the potential held by portable fuel cells. Products, such as mobile phones, PDAs, and other small devices will hold the key as the major user of portable fuel cells. A lot of research work is being done to improve the technology of portable fuel cells by focusing on their efficiency, size, and cost effectiveness. This will allow the end-user industries to utilize them in even the smallest products.
Through in depth analysis of the industry, we have clearly segmented the fuel cell industry into applications and R&D. Within the applications category, the industry has been studied into three main segments, namely, Transportation, Stationary, and Portables. The report clearly identifies and provides detail description of every aspect of these segments and their contribution to the overall fuel cell industry. Additionally, the report covers profiles of developed and rapidly developing fuel cell markets, such as the US, Canada, Germany, India, China, Japan, Sweden, Korea, and South Africa.
Our report “Fuel Cell Industry Analysis”
, has thoroughly examined current market trends, industrial developments, and competitive landscape to enable clients understand the market structure and its progress in coming years. Due consideration has been given to the possible after effects of recession on the industry. It will help clients to have a proper insight of the current and future outlook of the global fuel cell industry.
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