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Title: Industry Report on Nanotechnology in Energy Applications


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  • Industry Report on Nanotechnology in Energy
    Applications

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REPORT HIGHLIGHTS This report provides -An
overview of the global market for nanoscale
materials (nanopowders, nanocomposites, nanoscale
thin films, and others) and devices
(nanosensors). -Analyses of global market
trends, with data from 2011and 2012, and
projections of compound annual growth rates
(CAGRs) through 2017. -Discussion of
nanotechnology applications that are currently in
commercial use or are likely to be commercialized
in the next five years. -An in-depth technology
review and a detailed patent analysis. -Comprehen
sive company profiles for major players.
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REPORT SCOPE INTRODUCTION STUDY
BACKGROUND Nanotechnology is increasingly
impacting the U.S. and world energy balance, both
on the supply and demand sides. On the supply
side, nanotechnology is being used to optimize
production from existing energy sources (e.g.,
crude petroleum) and to exploit new sources such
as heavy oil, liquefied coal and solar energy
(including using solar energy to produce
hydrogen). Nanotechnology is also improving and
opening new possibilities for the transmission
and storage of energy, especially electricity and
possibly hydrogen in the future. On the supply
side, nanotechnologies have the potential to
reduce energy consumption by making it possible
to manufacture lighter and/or more
energy-efficient cards and appliances.
Nanotechnologies can also be used to improve
energy efficiency in buildings.
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STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES This report is an
updated edition of report first published in
2007, whose goal is to identify and quantify the
market for nanoscale materials and devices that
are used to generate or conserve energy. Specific
objectives include the following -Identifying
nanoscale materials and devices that currently
are or in the future could be used in energy
production or conservation applications. -Analyzin
g and predicting trends in the most likely
application(s) for each of these materials and
devices. -Projecting the resulting market for
specific nanoscale materials and
devices. -Estimating the potential net impact of
nanoscale materials and devices on the global
energy balance. -Drawing attention to
manufacturers of renewable energy systems and
associated advanced materials and devices that
are most likely to benefit from the trends
identified above.
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INTENDED AUDIENCE This report is a business
opportunity report intended especially for
developers and vendors of nanoscale materials and
devices that target the energy systems market. It
should also be useful to vendors of energy
systems interested in understanding where the
market is headed with respect to nanoscale
enabling technologies. Other readers who will
find the reports findings and conclusions
informative include -Investors. -Members of the
energy trade, professionals and advocacy
organizations. -The general nanotechnology
interest community.
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SCOPE AND FORMAT The report focuses on the global
market for nanoscale materials (e.g.,
nanopowders, nanocomposites, nanoscale thin films
and others) and devices (e.g., nanosensors) used
in the following types of energy
applications -Renewable and non-renewable energy
production (e.g., petroleum refining, solar
energy). -Energy transmission, conversion and
storage (e.g., transmission systems,
transformers, batteries and fuel cells). -Energy
end uses (motor vehicles, building HVAC systems,
manufacturing). The report concentrates on
nanotechnology applications that are currently in
commercial use or are likely to be commercialized
by 2017. Other applications that, while
promising, are not likely to make it out of the
laboratory by 2017, are not covered in-depth.
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The report does not cover nanoscale materials and
devices used to monitor and/or control the
environmental impacts of energy production, or
use such as nanomaterials used in automotive
catalytic converters. These technologies are
outside the scope of this study and are covered
in detail in several other reports such as
reports NAN039A Nanotechnology in Environmental
Applications and NAN035A Nanosensors. The report
also does not cover nanomaterials that may have
an indirect impact on energy consumption (e.g.,
by decreasing weight or resistance). Readers
interested in such materials may wish to consult
Report EGY051A Petroleum Fuel Optimization
Technologies.
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INFORMATION SOURCES AND METHODOLOGY The findings
and conclusions of this report are based on
information gathered from developers and
manufacturers of nanoscale materials and devices
and the energy systems in which they are used, as
well as concerned governmental, industry and
professional organizations. Interview data were
combined with information gathered through an
extensive review of secondary sources such as
trade publications, trade associations, company
literature and online databases to produce the
baseline market estimates contained in this
report. The methodologies and assumptions used to
develop the market projections in this report are
discussed at length under the various types of
nano-energy applications. The report carefully
documents data sources and assumptions. This way,
readers can see how the market estimates were
developed and, if they so desire, test the impact
on the final numbers of changing assumptions such
as price.
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Table of Contents
  • Introduction - Complimentary 4 0
  • Executive Summary 2 150
  • Overview 15 812
  • Nanotechnologies For Energy Applications 16
    866
  • Synthetic Hydrocarbon Fuels 3 162
  • Solar Photovoltaics 15 812
  • Ethanol Production 4 217
  • Petroleum Refining 15 812
  • Fuel Cells 14 758
  • Batteries And Other Energy Storage Devices 10
    541

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of Contents, please visit Industry Report on
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