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有助於減少世界碳排放的催化劑的增長機會

Growth Opportunities for Catalysts Enabling a Global Low Carbon Transition

出版日期: | 出版商: Frost & Sullivan | 英文 73 Pages | 商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內

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簡介

催化劑技術可以通過提高太陽能和風能的效率來滿足對清潔能源日益增長的需求。此外,使催化劑能夠使用可回收和天然材料製造並在體內分解的技術發展支持在各個行業實現可持續性。

這份報告描述了有助於世界低碳化的催化劑的增長機會,並提供了有關技術評估、創新、企業活動、增長機會等方面的信息。

目錄

第 1 章戰略要務

  • 增長困難,戰略要務 8 (TM):對增長造成壓力的因素
  • 戰略要務 8 (TM)
  • 對實現低碳遷移的催化劑的三大戰略勢在必行
  • 增長機會對增長管道引擎 (TM) 的影響
  • 調查方法

第二章成長環境

  • 區域內低碳轉型明顯
  • 催化劑在向低碳能源平穩過渡中的作用
  • 促進地區間低碳轉型的融資和投資活動
  • 調查背景
  • 作為調查範圍回答的重要問題
  • 可能採用催化劑技術來推廣各種低碳技術

第三章技術評價

  • 各種催化劑概述
  • 廣泛用於能源和電力應用的均相和多相催化劑
  • 在低碳能源生產中發揮重要作用的催化劑
  • 催化劑製造和處理的標準和協議
  • 在整個應用程序中影響和限制採用催化劑的因素
  • 具有優化氫氣生產潛力的催化劑技術
  • 使用金屬/金屬複合催化劑提供碳/甲烷轉化的可持續替代方案
  • 商業化催化劑技術對比分析
  • 納米催化劑技術對比分析
  • 生物催化劑技術對比分析
  • 光催化技術對比分析
  • 非均相催化劑對比分析

第四章創新指數

  • 加大學術研究力度,利用納米技術開發均相催化劑
  • 學術界專注於製氫催化劑的開發
  • 使用各種催化劑開發具有成本效益的高性能製氫工藝
  • 通過催化劑提高碳轉化率,這是各種研究工作的重點
  • 使用多相均相催化劑進行持續制氫的測試
  • 考慮可持續和環保的催化劑開發,以滿足循環經濟的原則
  • 北美和歐洲引領專利活動
  • 通過納米技術開發高性能催化劑技術的可能性
  • 歐洲和亞太地區的政府資助機會
  • 專注於催化劑開發的融資機會
  • 在催化劑開發方面的合作與夥伴關係

第五章企業活動

  • 減少碳排放的可持續技術
  • 使用生物催化劑為每個行業創造循環經濟材料
  • 利用催化技術製造綠色工業原料
  • 通過催化劑加強低碳技術的採用
  • 促進採用具有成本效益的多相催化劑氫利用
  • 擴大採用均相催化劑為基礎的棕氫生產
  • 使用具有成本效益的均相催化劑提高碳轉化效率
  • 開發具有成本效益且可調節的綠色工業原材料
  • 高效催化技術制取灰氫
  • 使用低成本均相催化劑改進碳轉化工藝
  • 清潔能源的環保替代方案
  • 提高均相催化劑在開發高價值化學合成中的效率
  • 複合催化劑產生綠色能源
  • 使用不同催化劑改進碳轉化技術
  • 制氫過程中低成本但功能強大的催化劑

第 6 章增長機會的宇宙

  • 增長機會 1:利用催化技術優化可再生資源的採用
  • 增長機會 2:利用催化技術在廢物轉化為燃料的應用中發展循環經濟途徑
  • 增長機會 3:越來越多地採用納米技術來開發催化劑

第 7 章附錄

  • 技術就緒級別 (TRL):概述

第 8 章後續步驟

目錄
Product Code: D9EA

Need for Cost-effective, High-performance Production Processes towards Achieving a Circular Economy Drives Strategic Partnering

The role of catalysts in renewable energy generation, such as solar-to-energy, green hydrogen, power-to-X, and waste-to-fuel, is focused primarily towards increasing the efficiency rates while reducing heat loss. In solar energy generated through solar panels, catalysts help enhance the energy being absorbed and transported across the solar panels. In applications such as carbon/methane conversion and grey and blue hydrogen generation, catalysts optimize the conversion rate while reducing harmful by-product generation, such as methane or carbon monoxide.

Catalyst technology can help address the increasing demand for clean energy by boosting the efficiency of solar and wind energy. Moreover, technology developments focused on creating catalysts from recyclable or natural materials and/or making them bio-degradable can support the sustainability practices in various industries.

The use of catalyst in various processes can reduce the operating temperature, eventually decreasing energy consumption and providing stability, which reduces the risk of heat loss and the emission of harmful by-products in low-carbon applications. For many years, technology developers focused on delivering low cost and sustainable alternatives within catalysis processes for technologies such as carbon conversion, hydrogen generation, and solar energy to ensure a smooth low carbon transition.

Catalysts are available in 4 types, namely homogenous, heterogeneous, mixed, and biocatalysts. The first 2 catalysts are widely commercialized and already in use for low-carbon applications while the other 2 remain in the early stages of development and adoption.

Emerging technologies, such as nanocatalysts and photocatalysts, have shown potential to reduce maintenance costs as they offer high stability and durability as well as enhance the rate of reaction. However, understanding the safety of adopting these catalysts within low-carbon applications remains limited.

Studies indicate that the doping of metal oxides and rare earth metals can enhance the durability of any given catalyst as well as increase the active sites of the catalyst due to their porous structure. These doped catalysts have been tested in hydrogen generation and utilization. These catalysts have also shown high stability with minimal maintenance needed in the generation of hydrogen energy from seawater.

In the carbon/methane conversion process, transition metal-based catalysts have proven to reduce the operating temperature while enhancing the conversion rate. As for waste-to-fuel applications, photocatalysts are effective, even in alkaline solutions.

This research is intended to answer the following questions:

  • How important are catalysts for low carbon transition?
  • What are the various types of current and emerging catalytic technologies and their intended applications ?
  • What are the benefits and limitations of catalysts that influence their adoption in low carbon transition?
  • What are the various R&D efforts by industry participants aimed at accelerating the adoption of catalysts in the low carbon transition?

Table of Contents

1.0 Strategic Imperatives

  • 1.1. Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?The Strategic Imperative 8™: Factors Creating Pressure on Growth
  • 1.2. The Strategic Imperative 8™
  • 1.3. The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on Catalysts Enabling Low Carbon Transition
  • 1.4. Growth Opportunities Fuel The Growth Pipeline Engine™
  • 1.5. Research Methodology

2.0 Growth Environment

  • 2.1. Low Carbon Transition Gaining Prominence across Geographies
  • 2.2. Role of Catalysts in Smooth Transition towards Low-carbon Energy
  • 2.3. Funding and Investment Activities to Enable Low Carbon Transition across Regions
  • 2.4. Research Context
  • 2.5. Research Scope and Key Questions Answered
  • 2.6. Potential Adoption of Catalyst Technologies Facilitating Various Low-carbon Technologies

3.0 Technology Assessment

  • 3.1. Overview of Various Catalysts
  • 3.2. Homogenous and Heterogeneous Catalysts Widely Used in Energy and Power Supply Applications
  • 3.3. Catalysts Play a Vital Role in Low-carbon Energy Generation
  • 3.4. Standards and Protocols in Fabricating and Handling Catalysts
  • 3.5. Factors Influencing and Limiting Catalyst Adoption across Applications
  • 3.6. Catalytic Technology Has the Potential to Optimize Hydrogen Production
  • 3.7. Metal/Metal Composite Catalysts Provide a Sustainable Alternative in Carbon/Methane Conversion
  • 3.8. Comparative Analysis of Commercialized Catalytic Technologies
  • 3.9. Comparative Analysis of Nanocatalytic Technology
  • 3.10. Comparative Analysis of Biocatalytic Technologies
  • 3.11. Comparative Analysis of Photocatalytic Technologies
  • 3.12. Comparative Analysis of Heterogenized Homogeneous Catalysts

4.0 Innovation Indicators

  • 4.1. Increasing Research Efforts by Academia on Developing Homogeneous Catalysts Using Nanotechnology
  • 4.2. Academia Focusing on Catalytic Development for Hydrogen Generation
  • 4.3. Developing Cost-efficient, High-performance Hydrogen Generation Processes Using Various Catalysts
  • 4.4. Improving Carbon Conversion Rate through Catalysts, the Focus of Various Research Efforts
  • 4.5. Testing Underway on the Use of Heterogenized Homogeneous Catalysts for Hydrogen Generation
  • 4.6. Developing Sustainable and Environment Friendly Catalysts for Aligning With Circular Economy Principles are Being Explored
  • 4.7. North America and Europe Lead in Patent Activity
  • 4.8. Potential for Developing High-performance Catalyst Technology through Nanotechnology
  • 4.9. Government Funding Opportunities across Europe and APAC
  • 4.10. Funding Opportunities Focused on Developing Catalysts
  • 4.11. Collaborations and Partnerships in Catalyst Development

5.0 Companies to Action

  • 5.1. Sustainable Technology for Reducing Carbon Emission
  • 5.2. Creating Circular Economy Materials for Various Industries through Biocatalysts
  • 5.3. Fabricating Green Industrial Feedstock through Catalyst Technology
  • 5.4. Enhancing the Adoption of Low-carbon Technologies through Catalyst
  • 5.5. Facilitating Adoption of Cost-efficient Hydrogen Utilization through Heterogenous Catalyst
  • 5.6. Scaling Up the Adoption of Brown Hydrogen Generation through Homogenous Catalyst
  • 5.7. Increasing the Efficiency of Carbon Conversion through Cost-efficient Homogenous Catalyst
  • 5.8. Cost-efficient and Tunable in Developing Green Industrial Feedstock
  • 5.9. Generating Grey Hydrogen with Efficient Catalyst Technology
  • 5.10. Improving the Carbon Conversion Process with Low-cost Homogenous Catalyst
  • 5.11. Environment-friendly Alternative for Clean Energy Generation
  • 5.12. Rising the Efficiency of Homogenous Catalyst in Developing High-value Chemical Synthesis
  • 5.13. Green Energy Generation through Composite Catalyst
  • 5.14. Improving Carbon Conversion Technology Using Heterogenous Catalyst
  • 5.15. Low-cost yet Highly Functional Catalyst in Hydrogen Generation Process

6.0 Growth Opportunity Universe

  • 6.1. Growth Opportunity 1: Optimizing the Adoption of Renewable Sources through Catalyst Technology
  • 6.1. Growth Opportunity 1: Optimizing the Adoption of Renewable Sources through Catalyst Technology (continued)
  • 6.2. Growth Opportunity 2: Developing a Circular Economy Pathway Using Catalyst Technology in Waste-to-Fuel Applications
  • 6.2. Developing a Circular Economy Pathway Using Catalyst Technology in Waste-to-Fuel Applications (continued)
  • 6.3. Growth Opportunity 3: Increasing Adoption of Nanotechnology for Catalyst Development
  • 6.3. Growth Opportunity 3: Increasing Adoption of Nanotechnology for Catalyst Development (continued)

7.0 Appendix

  • 7.1. Technology Readiness Levels (TRL): Explanation

8.0 Next Steps

  • 8.1. Your Next Steps
  • 8.2. Why Frost, Why Now?
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