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水素の生産、貯蔵、輸送における破壊的イノベーション

Disruptive Innovations in Production, Storage and Transportation of Hydrogen

発行 Frost & Sullivan 商品コード 949184
出版日 ページ情報 英文 51 Pages
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水素の生産、貯蔵、輸送における破壊的イノベーション Disruptive Innovations in Production, Storage and Transportation of Hydrogen
出版日: 2020年06月26日 ページ情報: 英文 51 Pages
概要

持続可能なエネルギー経済への移行には、カーボンニュートラルエネルギーの大規模な移転を可能にするエネルギー担体が必要です。水素はクリーンなエネルギー担体であり、エネルギー産業全体にプラスの影響を与える可能性がありますが、大量の水素貯蔵は困難であり、経済的に有効な水素サイクルの実現にも困難が付きまといます。水素貯蔵サイクル全体には、水素の生産、変換、輸送可能な製品への変換、輸送、最終用途製品へのエネルギー変換が含まれます。

当レポートは、水素貯蔵分野における新たなイノベーションと最新の成果に焦点を当てたもので、持続可能な水素貯蔵の分野における経済成長と技術革新、手頃な価格でコスト競争力のある水素貯蔵技術を開発するうえでの主な課題などを明らかにしています。

主な調査内容

  • 水素の生産、貯蔵、輸送-概要と現在の動向
  • 水素貯蔵サイクル:生産から排出まで
  • 水素貯蔵技術の主な特性、欠点、主なイノベーション、 研究開発
  • 大規模な水素貯蔵のための有望な技術のスナップショット
  • 技術のベンチマークとパフォーマンス分析

目次

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

  • 調査範囲-課題と解決策の予測
  • 分析フレームワーク-Frost&Sullivanのコアバリュー
  • 調査手法

第2章 水素の生産、貯蔵、輸送-技術の概要

  • 水素の生産、貯蔵、輸送における主要な技術動向
  • 水素貯蔵サイクル:生産から排出まで
  • 水素の生産、貯蔵、輸送-欠点と課題

第3章 物理ベースの水素貯蔵技術

  • 圧縮水素ガス貯蔵技術
  • 液体水素貯蔵技術

第4章 材料ベースの水素貯蔵技術

  • 吸着別水素貯蔵
  • 金属水素化物別水素貯蔵
  • 金属間水素化物別水素貯蔵
  • 複合水素化物別水素貯蔵
  • 化学水素化物別水素貯蔵
  • 液体有機水素担体別水素貯蔵

第5章 水素の生産、貯蔵、輸送-イノベーションのエコシステム

  • 液化水素貯蔵の主なイノベーターと製品開発者
  • LOHCにおける水素貯蔵の主要なイノベーターと製品開発者
  • 固体材料での水素貯蔵の主要なイノベーターと製品開発者
  • 水素の供給と分配における主要なイノベーターと製品開発者

第6章 代替燃料生産のIP 情勢分析と調査の焦点

  • 液化、固化、圧縮された水素の貯蔵に関する特許活動
  • 水素製造の特許活動
  • 液化、固化、および圧縮された水素の貯蔵に関する特許活動の競合情勢状況
  • 水素製造の特許活動における競合情勢

第7章 技術分析

  • 商業化のための決定的な基準としての水素貯蔵システムのコストと技術目標
  • 純粋および液化形態の水素貯蔵技術
  • 固体材料における水素貯蔵の技術
  • 水素を貯蔵および排出のためのエネルギー需要
  • 水素を貯蔵および排出のための技術的成熟度
  • 液化水素貯蔵のエネルギー効率比較
  • 液化水素貯蔵の技術経済比較
  • 水素と電気自動車のエネルギー効率の比較
  • 水素貯蔵、輸送、利用技術の技術ロードマップ

第8章 成長機会の評価

  • 主な調査結果と成長機会の評価
  • 破壊的テクノロジーが水素貯蔵開発を推進
  • 燃料としての水素導入の将来を左右するインフラ開発
  • 戦略的必須事項:重要な成功要因

第9章 主な連絡先

  • イノベーターの主要連絡先
  • 免責事項
目次
Product Code: D95A

Transition to a Sustainable Energy Economy Requires a Effective Hydrogen Storage Carrier

Transition to a sustainable energy economy requires an energy carrier, which may enable large transfers of carbon-neutral energy. Hydrogen is a clean energy carrier that can have a positive impact on the entire energy industry. However, hydrogen storage in large amounts is challenging. There are considerable challenges associated with achieving an economically effective hydrogen cycle. Whole hydrogen storage cycle includes hydrogen production, conversion, and processing into transportable products, transportation, and energy conversion into end-use products. This research service, 'Disruptive Innovations in Production, Storage, and Transportation of Hydrogen,' focuses on the emerging innovations and the latest achievements in the hydrogen storage area.

The findings depicted in this study will help to drive the economic growth and technology revolution in the field of sustainable hydrogen storage. The study exhibits the major challenges faced by technology innovators in developing affordable and cost-competitive hydrogen storage technologies.

The study presents a snapshot of promising technologies for large-scale hydrogen storage, such as compression, liquefaction, adsorption, hydrogenation, and synthesis. The discussed hydrogen storage technologies have been analyzed and a best-suited hydrogen carrier has been selected. Special attention is given to case studies of successful technology development and implementation, as well as and future technology roadmap. Additionally, it presents the performance analysis and evaluation of achievable hydrogen storage densities and energy demands of the different processes for storing and releasing hydrogen.

The growth opportunities in Production, Storage, and Transportation of Hydrogen:

  • Hydrogen will play an important role as an energy carrier in the future. Hydrogen will have a multitude of different end-uses and will contribute to the decarbonisation of transportation, industrial energy, building heat and power.
  • Several chemical hydrogen storage technologies, specifically methanol, ammonia, and LOHCs, could possibly outmatch compressed and liquid hydrogen storage technologies due to their high storage density and less electricity demand of the total storage process.
  • Most technologies for hydrogen production, storage and transportation are still in either in the prototype or research phase, and insufficiently developed for mass production and market saturation. These technologies could potentially disrupt the market in the coming 5-10 years.

A critical barrier to widespread commercialization and market competitiveness of hydrogen is underdevelopment of the infrastructure for producing, delivering, and dispensing hydrogen for use as a transportation fuel. Thus, its development is a necessary (although insufficient) condition for the development of the hydrogen market.

The study deeply illustrates the following:

  • Hydrogen production, storage and transportation - overview and current trends
  • Hydrogen Storage Cycle: From Production to Release
  • Key properties, drawbacks, major innovations, and research and development (R&D) activities in hydrogen storage
  • Snapshot of promising technologies for large-scale hydrogen storage
  • Technology benchmarking and performance analysis

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary

  • 1.1. Research Scope - Foreseeing Challenges and Solutions
  • 1.2. Analysis Framework - Frost & Sullivan's Core Value
  • 1.3. Research Methodology

2.0 Hydrogen Production, Storage, and Transportation - Technology Overview

  • 2.1. Key Technology Trends in Production, Storage, and Transportation of Hydrogen
  • 2.2. Hydrogen Storage Cycle: From Production to Release
  • 2.3. Hydrogen Production, Storage, and Transportation - Drawbacks and Challenges

3.0 Physical-based Hydrogen Storage Technology

  • 3.1. Compressed Hydrogen Gas Storage Technology
  • 3.2. Liquid Hydrogen Storage Technology

4.0 Material-based Hydrogen Storage Technology

  • 4.1. Hydrogen Storage via Adsorption
  • 4.2. Hydrogen Storage via Metal Hydride
  • 4.3. Hydrogen Storage via Intermetallic Hydride
  • 4.4. Hydrogen Storage via Complex Hydride
  • 4.5. Hydrogen Storage via Chemical Hydrides
  • 4.6. Hydrogen Storage via Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier

5.0 Hydrogen Production, Storage, and Transportation - Innovation Ecosystem

  • 5.1. Key Innovators and Product Developers of Hydrogen Storage in Liquefied Forms
  • 5.2. Key Innovators and Product Developers of Hydrogen Storage in LOHC
  • 5.3. Key Innovators and Product Developers of Hydrogen Storage in Solid Materials
  • 5.4. Key Innovators and Product Developers in Hydrogen Supply and Distribution

6.0 IP Landscape Analysis and Research Focus of Alternative Fuels Production

  • 6.1. Patent Activity for Storage of Liquefied, Solidified, and Compressed Hydrogen
  • 6.2. Patent Activity for Hydrogen Production
  • 6.3. Competitive Landscape in Patent Activity for Storage of Liquefied, Solidified, and Compressed Hydrogen
  • 6.4. Competitive Landscape in Patent Activity for Hydrogen Production

7.0 Technology Analysis

  • 7.1. Hydrogen Storage Systems Cost and Technical Objectives as Decisive Criteria for Commercialization
  • 7.2. Technologies for Hydrogen Storage in Pure and in Liquefied Forms
  • 7.3. Technologies for Hydrogen Storage in Solid Materials
  • 7.4. Energy Demand for Storing and Releasing Hydrogen
  • 7.5. Technology Readiness Level for Storing and Releasing Hydrogen
  • 7.6. Energy Efficiency Comparison of Liquefied Hydrogen Storage
  • 7.7. Techno-economic Comparison of Liquefied Hydrogen Storage
  • 7.8. Hydrogen vs Electric Cars Energy Efficiency Comparison
  • 7.9. Technology Road Map for Hydrogen Storage, Transportation and Utilization Technologies

8.0 Growth Opportunity Evaluation

  • 8.1. Key Findings and Growth Opportunity Evaluation
  • 8.2. Disruptive Technologies Drive Hydrogen Storage Development
  • 8.3. Future of Hydrogen Adoption as a Fuel Depends on Infrastructure Development
  • 8.4. Strategic Imperatives: Critical Success Factors

9.0 Key Contacts

  • 9.1. Key Innovator Contacts
  • 9.1. Key Innovator Contacts (continued)
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