The global market for advanced materials and technologies for energy generation, storage and harvesting 2022.

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Dublin, Nov. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Global Market for Advanced Materials and Technologies for Energy Generation, Storage and Harvesting report has been added to the supply.

Advanced material innovations greatly improve energy production. The development of new materials for high-capacity and advanced energy storage, generation and harvesting technologies is key to the implementation of renewable energy grid solutions.

The global market for advanced materials and technologies for energy production, storage and harvesting covers the latest developments in batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, photovoltaics, energy harvesting and wind turbines, including technologies, materials, markets, applications, revenue and companies.

Materials and technologies covered include:

  • Lithium-ion batteries and variations, current market and recent activity covering innovations in modern materials.

  • Solid state thin film batteries.

  • Flexible, stretchable, removable and bendable batteries.

  • Supercapacitors.

  • Chemical energy storage – power to gas (PtG) and power to liquid (PtL).

  • Thermal energy storage (phase change materials, reversible thermochemical reactions).

  • Fuel cells (PEM, solid oxide)

  • Advanced composites for wind turbine blades.

  • Anti-corrosion coatings for offshore installations.

  • Photovoltaic Technologies (Thin Film, Flexible, DSCC, Organic, Perovskite, Inorganic Silicon Photovoltaic Alternatives, Tandem Photovoltaic, Concentrated Solar, Agrovoltaics, Floating Photovoltaic, BIPV).

  • Energy harvesting, including marine energy harvesting.

  • Materials that generate electricity from vibrations.

The content of the report includes:

  • In-depth analysis of advanced materials and technologies for batteries, supercapacitors, fuel cells, photovoltaics, energy harvesting and wind turbines.

  • Market trends and future prospects.

  • Global revenue, by market and technology, historical and forecast to 2033.

  • More than 500 company profiles. Companies profiled include Nanoramic, NAWA Technologies, Nano One Materials, Birla Carbon, Brilliant Matters, Epishine, Heliatek, Salient Energy, Enerpoly, Skeleton Technologies, Ioxus, Yunasko, Ilika, UniEnergy Technologies, Amprius, TFP Hydrogen, Aquacycl, QD Solar, Onyx Solar, Brite Solar, Ciel & Terre, Vast Solar, Sunew, Ocean Harvesting Technologies and Nowi Energy.

Main topics covered:


2.1 Batteries
2.1.1 Current market for batteries
2.1.2 Market Drivers
2.1.3 Advanced Battery Materials
2.1.4 Flexible and stretchable batteries for electronics
2.1.5 Lithium-ion batteries and variations
2.1.6 Solid-state thin-film batteries
2.1.7 Flexible batteries (including stretchable, rollable, bendable and collapsible)
2.1.8 Printed batteries
2.1.9 Redox Flow batteries
2.1.10 ZN-based batteries
2.1.11 Company profiles (214 company profiles)
2.2 Supercapacitors
2.2.1 Description of the technology
2.2.2 Electrolytes
2.2.3 Conductive hydrogels
2.2.4 Flexible and stretchable supercapacitors
2.2.5 Printed supercapacitors
2.2.6 Markets for supercapacitors
2.2.7 Company profiles (34 company profiles)
2.3 Chemical energy storage
2.3.1 Power to Gas (PtG)
2.3.2 Power-to-liquid (PtL)
2.3.3 Benefits of e-fuels
2.3.4 Raw materials
2.3.5 Production
2.3.6 Electrolyzers
2.3.7 Direct Air Capture (DAC)
2.3.8 Costs
2.3.9 Market Challenges
2.3.10 Companies
2.4 Thermal energy storage
2.4.1 Sensible heat storage
2.4.2 Latent heat storage
2.4.3 Reversible thermochemical reactions
2.4.4 Phase change materials
2.4.5 Companies (51 company profiles)
2.5 Advanced Battery Analysis

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Fuel cell technologies
3.2.2 Solid oxide fuel cells
3.2.3 Other types of fuel cells
3.3 Markets and Applications
3.4 Market Players
3.5 Global Market to 2033, by Market (Revenue)
3.6 Company profiles (41 company profiles)

4.1 Global Solar Photovoltaic Market
4.2 Thin-film and flexible solar cells
4.2.1 Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells
4.2.2 Organic photovoltaics
4.2.3 Perovskite solar cells
4.2.4 Inorganic Silicon Photovoltaic Alternatives
4.2.5 Tandem photovoltaics
4.2.6 Metamaterials
4.2.7 Deposit Methods
4.3 Market Players
4.4 Concentrated solar energy
4.4.1 Description of the technology
4.4.2 Commercialization
4.5 Agrivoltaica
4.5.1 Description of the technology
4.5.2 Commercialization
4.6 Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV)
4.6.1 Photovoltaic glazing
4.6.2 Dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSCs)
4.6.3 Organic Solar Cells (OSCs)
4.6.4 Perovskite solar cells (PSCs)
4.6.5 Quantum Dot Solar Cells (QDSC)
4.6.6 Copper Zinc Tin Sulfide (CZTS) Solar Cells
4.7 Floating Photovoltaics (FPV)
4.8 Global Photovoltaic Solar Cell Market 2033 by Technology (Revenue)
4.9 Company profiles (97 company profiles)

5.1 Energy harvesting in sensors and smart buildings
5.1.1 Piezoelectric materials
5.1.2 Thermoelectric materials
5.2 Harvesting Energy to Power Smart Watches
5.2.1 Conductive and stretchable yarns
5.2.2 Conducting polymers
5.3 Automobiles
5.4 Metamaterials
5.5 Powering E-textiles
5.5.1 Supercapacitors
5.5.2 Batteries
5.5.3 Energy Harvesting
5.6 Marine Energy Harvesting
5.7 Company profiles (56 company profiles)

6 WIND turbines
6.1 Advanced Composites
6.2 Corrosion-resistant coatings for offshore installations
6.3 Companies


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