Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials for the World Energy Market
Applications, Products, End User Markets, Companies and Revenues
The market for alternative energy technologies has grown significantly in the last 20 years and is now of increasing importance due to the threat of global warming and the reliance on finite conventional energy sources such as fossil hydrocarbon fuel and coal.More Details
Nanomaterials are enabling major research breakthroughs in wind and solar energy, fuel cells, thermoelectrics, batteries and supercapacitors, which are now beginning to translate into tangible products. Due to their unusual mechanical, electrical and optical properties nanomaterials are being incorporated into new, low-cost and environmentally friendly energy conversion and storage systems, promising greater efficiency than current technologies. The world market for these systems was $203.7million in 2010 and is estimated to rise to $2280million by 2017.
Report contents include:
- How carbon nanotubes, fullerenes and POSS, graphene, metal oxide nanopowders, metal nanopowders, nanofibers, nanoporous materials, nanowires and quantum dots and being applied to energy products and by whom
- How nanomaterials are impacting catalyst, fuel and oil additives, insulation, lighting, Li-Ion batteries, hydrogen storage, supercapacitors, fuel cells, thermoelectricity, photovoltaics and wind energy
- Global market revenues to 2017, by nanomaterials and market sub-sectors
- Market structure
- Market drivers
- 140 company profiles including products and sub sector markets
- 70 tables and figures
The market for alternative energy technologies has grown significantly in the last 20 years and is now of increasing importance due to the threat of global warming.