The first edition of World Fuel Cells - Market Prospects to 2010 examines the development of the fuel cell business to 2010. The report analyses the trends in markets, technologies and industry structure and profiles all the major players. World Fuel Cells - Market Prospects to 2010 includes a fuel cell industry overview, market figures and forecasts to 2010, with analysis, a review of fuel cell technology, company profiles of key fuel cell developers and a directory of manufacturers. The market report is designed to assist with business plans, R&D and manufacturing strategies. It will be an indispensable aid for managers responsible for business development, technology assessment and market research.

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Fuel cell developers, industry analysts, materials and components developers, subsystem manufacturers, utilities, energy companies and a wide range of end-user industries.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Executive Summary

Chapter 2 - Fuel Cell Industry Overview
2.1 Industry History
2.2 Industry Structure
2.2.1 Alkaline Fuel Cells
2.2.2 Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells
2.2.3 Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells
2.2.4 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
2.2.5 PEM Fuel Cells
2.2.6 Direct Methanol Fuel Cells
2.2.7 Fuel Cell Components and Materials
2.3 Mergers and Acquisitions
2.4 Strategic Partnerships/Alliances
2.5 Research and Development
2.6 Market Drivers
2.7 Market Issues

Chapter 3 - Market Figures and Forecasts to 2010
3.1 Transportation
3.2 Stationary Applications
3.3 Portable Power
3.4 Regional Analysis

Chapter 4 - Market and Application Analysis
4.1 Transportation
4.1.1 Automotive CARB The California Fuel Cell Partnership US DOE Programmes EU-funded Research Japanese Initiatives Developments of Major Auto Manufacturers Choice of Fuel
4.1.2 Buses Georgetown University Ballard Power Systems DaimlerChrysler Gillig Irisbus (Fiat) ISE Research-ThunderVolt MAN Nutzfahrzeuge Neoplan Proton Motor Fuel Cell Scania Toyota The European Fuel Cell Bus Demonstration Pro


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