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Fuel Cell Technology Market Global Trends, Future Scope, Industry Share, Size, Growth Opportunities, Challenges, Upcoming Strategies and Demand by Forecast to 2027

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Fuel Cell Technology Market Global Trends, Future Scope, Industry Share, Size, Growth Opportunities, Challenges, Upcoming Strategies and Demand by Forecast to 2027

September 01
18:54 2019
Fuel Cell Technology Market Global Trends, Future Scope, Industry Share, Size, Growth Opportunities, Challenges, Upcoming Strategies and Demand by Forecast to 2027

Fuel Cell Technology Market
A fuel cell is defined as a gadget that can convert the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity via a chemical reaction of positively charged hydrogen particles of oxygen or another oxidizing agent. Market Research Future (MRFR) has published a research report about the global fuel cell technology market that predicts great economic prospects for this market between 2017 and 2027.

Fuel Cell Technology Market Scenario:

The primary market driver for the global fuel cell technology market growth is the increasing demand for clean and green energy due to the rapid depletion of renewable resources such as oil and gas. Due to the demand for clean energy, the market for fuel cells is increasing. Increasing awareness about clean energy among individuals is also boosting the market growth.

Fuel Cell Technology is a highly efficient process of electricity generation than combustion technology. Allowing the convenience of portability, Fuel Cell generates clean energy (sound/ air pollution less) to suffice all general electrical needs (stationary) and can power up electric vehicles (Transports) as well. 

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Market Segmentation

The global fuel cell technology market segmentation covers application and types. MRFR is exploring the features of these segments to understand market trends.

As per the application-based segmentation, this market covers stationary application, portable application, and transportation application. By type, the market has been segmented into direct-methanol fuel cells (DMFC), molten-carbonate fuel cells (MCFC), phosphoric acid fuel cells (PAFC), polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFC), solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC), and others.

Regional Segmentation

The regional segmentation of the global fuel cell technology market covers Europe, the Americas (North America & South America), Asia Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa (MEA).

In the Americas region, North America is a bigger market than South America due to developed infrastructure, heavy industrialization, and the presence of many key market players. The major country-specific markets in this region are the USA, Canada, and Mexico. In South America, the market is limited due to limited technological advancement. The two most important economies that can emerge as suitable markets in this region in the future are Argentina and Brazil.

Europe has decided to cut down maximum carbon emission via the EU2020 program by 2050. This program focuses on increasing the demand for the fuel cell by improving the infrastructure, encouraging the use of fuel cells, and decreasing the cost of the fuel cells. Germany is the biggest country-specific market in Europe. Increasing awareness among European individuals has contributed to market growth. As most of the industrialized, developed, and technologically advanced countries of Europe are in Western Europe, it is a bigger market than Eastern Europe. Major country-specific markets in this region are France, Italy, Spain, and the UK.

In terms of high revenue, Asia Pacific region is one of the leading regional markets due to the increasing awareness among individuals, demand for fuel cell technology, and favorable government policies. Japan and South Korea form the major chunk of revenue generation in this region. Other important country-specific markets are Australia, China, India, and New Zealand. In the MEA region, the market growth is slow due to limited availability of technology.

Key Players

Major players in the global fuel cell technology market include Ballard (Canada), Ceramic Fuel Cell (Australia), FuelCell Energy (USA), Hydrogenics (Canada), and Plug Power (USA).

Latest Industry News

  • With sights on upcoming G20 Ministerial Meeting on Energy Transitions and Global Environment for Sustainable Growth, the European Commission Directorate-General for Energy, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, and the United States Department of Energy have issued a joint statement to cooperate with each other to strengthen the use of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in their countries. The second Hydrogen Energy Ministerial Meeting will be held in Japan on 25 SEP 2019. While preparing for this meeting, these three organizations are planning to develop a memorandum of cooperation. 15 JUNE 2019
  • Hyundai Motor is urging its rivals to buy its hydrogen fuel cell system to initiate the global adoption of the technology and help it reach commercial scale. 2 JUNE 2019

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