Automotive Fuel Cell Market by Components (Fuel Stack, Fuel Processor, Power Conditioner), Electrolyte Type (PEMFC, PAFC), Power Output (<100KW, 100-200KW, >200KW), Vehicle Type (PC, LCV, Bus, Truck), H2 Fuel Station, Region - Global Forecast to 2025
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 181 Pages
|自動車用燃料電池の世界市場の予測 (～2025年)：燃料スタック・燃料改質器・パワーコンディショナー Automotive Fuel Cell Market by Components (Fuel Stack, Fuel Processor, Power Conditioner), Electrolyte Type (PEMFC, PAFC), Power Output (<100KW, 100-200KW, >200KW), Vehicle Type (PC, LCV, Bus, Truck), H2 Fuel Station, Region - Global Forecast to 2025|
|出版日: 2018年03月28日||ページ情報: 英文 181 Pages||
世界の自動車用燃料電池の市場は予測期間中65.86%のCAGR (年間複合成長率) で推移し、2018年の7,785ユニットから、2025年には268,786ユニットの規模に成長すると予測されています。温室効果ガスの排出削減に向けた各国政府のイニチアチブや代替燃料への公的投資の拡大などの要因が燃料電池技術の需要を推進しています。
"Government initiatives in research and development of hydrogen infrastructure and fuel cell cost reduction are likely to propel the automotive fuel cell market"
The autmotive fuel cell market is estimated to be 7,785 units in 2018 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 65.86% during the forecast period (2018-2025), to reach a market size of 268,786 units by 2025. To reduce greenhouse gas emissions, governments in various countries are taking initiatives to create clean energy sources. Governments are increasingly investing in alternative sources of energy such as fuel cells. Fuel cell vehicles emit no greenhouse gases (GHG) and pollutants. Thus, they can positively impact the environment. This will boost the demand for fuel cell technology in the automotive industry. Governments are taking initiatives, making investments, and promoting the use of fuel cells. Along with the development of fuel cell technology, it is important to create a robust infrastructure that can cater to the needs of hydrogen-powered transportation. Therefore, governments are increasingly investing in the development of required hydrogen infrastructure, providing an opportunity for the automotive fuel cell market to grow in the future. In FCEVs, fuel cells are installed inside the vehicle and hydrogen gas is stored under pressure. If a spark of electricity comes in contact with the hydrogen, it could catch fire. This is a major restraint for the growth of the market.
Typical fuel cell buses and trucks need a fuel cell with more than 200 kW power output. Fuel cell buses are the most suitable mode of transportation for the introduction of fuel cell technology in automotive applications. For transportation within a limited area, less investment is needed to build the required hydrogen infrastructure. Several governments across the globe are taking initiatives for developing public and private fuel cell vehicle transport systems. Various investments have been made for the development and production of fuel cell buses. The adoption of fuel cell technology in the truck segment is still in a development stage. However, owing to the advantages of high fuel efficiency and low cost of transportation for longer driving distance, the truck fuel cell market is estimated to grow at the highest growth rate. Hence, owing to high growth rate of buses and trucks, the automotive fuel cell market for >200 KW is estimated to be fastest growing market.
Currently, there are few fuel cell truck models available in the automotive market. However, the rapid development of fuel cell technology will boost the fuel cell trucks market. Fuel cell vehicles are more efficient and cost-effective for long-range transportation. Hence, using fuel cell trucks for goods carriage will result in better emission control and cost-effectiveness. Moreover, fuel cell electric vehicle is cost effective than other electric vehicles for long range transportation.
Asia Pacific is estimated to be the fastest growing market for automotive fuel cell, with Japan accounting for the largest market share in 2018. The market growth in the region can be attributed to the increased focus on the development of fuel cell technology. Also, Japan plans to launch around 100 fuel cell buses before the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Asia Pacific is expected to remain the region of focus for the automotive fuel cell market in the next seven years due to increasing developments in fuel cell technology and infrastructure and the high adoption of fuel cell vehicles in countries such as China and Japan.
The study contains insights provided by various industry experts, ranging from equipment suppliers to Tier-1 companies and OEMs. The break-up of the primaries is as follows:
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Automotive fuel cell market has been segmented by electrolyte type (Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell (PAFC), and Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel cell (PEMFC)), component (fuel processor, fuel stack, and power conditioner), power output (<100 KW, 100-200 KW and >200 KW), hydrogen fuel station (Asia pacific, Europe, and North America), vehicle type (passenger car, light commercial vehicle, bus, and truck), and region (Asia Pacific, Europe, and North America). The market has been projected in terms of volume (units) and the market by component type is projected in terms of value (USD million).
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