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能夠實現氫氣產生和氫氣分離的技術突破

Technology Breakthroughs Enabling Hydrogen Generation and Separation

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 950641
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 75 Pages
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能夠實現氫氣產生和氫氣分離的技術突破 Technology Breakthroughs Enabling Hydrogen Generation and Separation
出版日期: 2020年06月30日內容資訊: 英文 75 Pages
簡介

氫是地球上豐富的資源。但是,光能載流子原子在大氣中並不以單一形式存在。可以通過熱化學,生物和電解質途徑從水和天然生物質等可再生資源以及化石燃料等不可再生資源中提取氫氣。

本報告調查和分析了可實現氫氣產生和氫氣分離的技術,並按地區提供了有關當前技術,新興技術和主要影響因素的系統信息。

內容

第1章執行摘要

第2章將氫用作替代能源

  • 發展氫氣作為清潔的零碳能源
  • 對在北美和歐洲的汽車,能源和電源行業採用氫能產生了濃厚的興趣
  • 對亞太地區與綠色氫相關的研發非常感興趣
  • 亞太地區在汽車,能源和供電行業中採用氫能的潛力
  • 對歐洲能源和電力供應行業採用綠色氫的濃厚興趣
  • 增加北美和亞太地區政府機構的資助活動
  • 歐洲公私合一的舉措

第3章技術評估:制氫

  • 制氫的三大途徑
  • 建立了用於生產氫氣的熱化學路線
  • 常規制氫主要歸因於重整過程
  • 高性能和高性價比的重整技術
  • 氣化過程是煤炭或生物質
  • 熱解是眾所周知的高溫過程
  • 電解液路線廣泛用於常規制氫
  • 未來的焦點將放在電解質途徑上
  • 生物製氫途徑也在研究中
  • 微波和井下轉換
  • 水分解和光電解
  • 制氫重整技術的比較分析
  • 制氫熱化學技術的比較分析
  • 電解法制氫的比較分析
  • 氫氣生產的生物途徑和可再生途徑的比較分析
  • 開發高性能製氫工藝的有效催化劑技術

第4章創新指標:制氫

  • 用於歐洲和亞太地區製氫的電解質路線技術
  • 通過催化技術在製氫中採用不可再生能源
  • 在歐洲和亞太地區採用熱化學方法生產氫氣
  • 歐洲生物路線製氫的未來創新
  • 亞太和南美生物路線製氫研究
  • 在北美和歐洲採用可再生能源生產氫氣
  • 通過混合工藝在氫生產中使用可再生能源
  • 與製氫技術有關的專利活動
  • 對中國製氫研究的高度興趣

第5章技術評估:氫氣分離

  • 氫分離技術對於去除雜質至關重要
  • 吸收是常規的氫分離技術
  • 氧化還原反應是高溫分離過程
  • 氣膜分離是一個新興的過程
  • 氫分離吸收過程的比較分析
  • 作為氫分離技術的氧化還原反應和氣膜分離的對比分析

第6章創新指標:氫分離

  • 氧化還原反應效率
  • 吸收技術的商業化
  • 通過吸收/膜技術優化氫分離工藝
  • 氣膜分離
  • 氫分離工藝的專利活動
  • 氫分離研究

第7章值得關注的公司

  • 通過低碳催化劑技術生產灰色氫和藍色氫
  • 在汽車工業中採用綠色氫的可行性
  • 綠色制氫膜技術的可持續替代品
  • 從海水中製氫的可行性
  • 太陽能製氫技術

第8章增長機會

  • 採用氫氣產生和分離技術的路線圖
  • 氫氣產生和分離過程的增長機會
  • 戰略要求:重要的成功因素
  • 增長機會:高性能氫氣產生和分離工藝的未來發展

第9章主要聯繫人

  • 行業聯繫人
  • 免責聲明
目錄
Product Code: D953

Advances in Catalysts, Absorbents, and Membrane Technologies Aid in Developing High-performance, Cost-efficient Hydrogen Generation and Separation Processes

Hydrogen is an earth abundant resource; however, the lightweight energy carrier atoms do not exist in its single form in the atmosphere. Hydrogen can be extracted from renewable sources such as water and natural biomass as well as non renewable sources such as fossil fuels through the thermochemical route, biological route and the electrolyte route. The hydrogen separation process compromises of absorption, redox reaction and gas membrane separation processes. The thermochemical route was initially introduced as the hydrogen generation process from fossil fuel, coal and natural gas with the absorption and redox reaction as the hydrogen separation process. However, these processes generate high carbon emission and involve high energy consumption, hence there has been gradual interest in developing hydrogen from renewable resources from biomass and water which results in low or zero carbon emission through the electrolyte and biological route. However, most of the commercialized electrolyte route technologies require high energy consumption and high cost catalyst, while the technologies of the biological route is at nascent stage. Apart from that there has been interest in emerging technology from renewable energy such as solar and wind energy in generating a sustainable approach on hydrogen generation and separation processes in the next 10 years.

Across regions, there has been continuous research work on technology development of coatings, catalysts, absorbents, and membranes within the hydrogen generation and separation processes in developing a cost-efficient process. There has been high interest in collaborations among research institutes across the regions such as the collaboration between University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada with Imperial College London, UK in developing sustainable solutions for thermochemical processes in hydrogen generation.

There has growing interest within the European region on commercializing thermochemical route process for instance pyrolysis and the catalytic reforming in generating hydrogen from biomass into hydrogen energy as the effort on associating the agriculture and energy industry within the region.

This research service titled "Technology Breakthroughs Enabling Hydrogen Generation and Separation" provides a review of both current and emerging technologies in hydrogen generation and separation processes The research service highlights the key factors that influence R&D and adoption efforts across various geographic regions.

Table of Contents

1.0. Executive Summary

  • 1.1. Research Scope
  • 1.2. Research Methodology
  • 1.3. Enhancing Hydrogen Generation and Separation Processes through Coating, Catalyst, Absorbent and Membrane Technology Development
  • 1.4. Overview of Hydrogen Production as Energy Source
  • 1.5. Hydrogen Refining and Storage Process Flow

2.0. Hydrogen as an Alternative Energy Source

  • 2.1. Developing Hydrogen as a Clean and Zero Carbon Emission Source of Energy
  • 2.2. High Interest in adopting Hydrogen Energy within Automotive, Energy and Power Supply Industries across North America and Europe
  • 2.3. High Interest in R&D Efforts Related to Green Hydrogen in APAC Region
  • 2.4. Potential Adoption of Hydrogen Energy in the Automotive, Energy and Power Supply Industries in the Asia Pacific Region
  • 2.5. High Interest in Adopting Green Hydrogen within the Energy and Power Supply Industries across Europe
  • 2.6. Increasing Funding Activities by Governmental Agencies in North America and Asia Pacific
  • 2.7. Mix of Government and Private Initiatives in Europe

3.0. Technology Assessment- Hydrogen Generation

  • 3.1. Three Main Routes for Hydrogen Generation
  • 3.2. Thermochemical Routes are Considered to be Established for Hydrogen Generation
  • 3.3. Conventional Hydrogen Generation is Mostly through Reforming Processes
  • 3.4. Aqueous Phase and Plasma Reforming Gaining Focus as High Performance and Cost Efficient Reforming Techniques
  • 3.5. Gasification Processes Utilize either Coal or Biomass
  • 3.6. Pyrolysis is a Well Known High Temperature Process
  • 3.7. Electrolyte Route is Being Widely Used for Conventional Hydrogen Generation
  • 3.8. Electrolyte Routes Expected to Gain Prominence in Future
  • 3.9. Biological Routes are also Being Researched for Hydrogen Generation
  • 3.10. Microwave and Downhole Conversion Being Researched for Grey and Blue Hydrogen Generation
  • 3.11. Water Splitting and Photoelectrolysis are also of Research Interest
  • 3.12. Comparative Analysis of Reforming Technologies for Hydrogen Generation
  • 3.13. Comparative Analysis of Thermochemical Technologies for Hydrogen Generation
  • 3.14. Comparative Analysis of Electrolyte Routes for Hydrogen Generation
  • 3.15. Comparative Analysis of Biological and Renewable Routes for Hydrogen Generation
  • 3.16. Need of Effective Catalyst Technology Key for Developing High Performance Hydrogen Generation Processes

4.0. Innovation Indicators- Hydrogen Generation

  • 4.1. Electrolyte Route Technologies for Hydrogen Generation Within the Europe and Asia Pacific Region Gaining Traction
  • 4.2. Enhancing the Adoption of Non-renewable Energy in Hydrogen Production Through Catalyst Technology
  • 4.3. Enhancing the Adoption of Thermochemical Route in Hydrogen Production Within the Europe and Asia Pacific Regions is Also of Focus
  • 4.4. Future Innovations in Hydrogen Production from Biological Route Expected Especially in the European Region
  • 4.5. Research in Hydrogen Production from Biological Route Within the Asia Pacific and South America Regions
  • 4.6. Research Focused on Adoption of Renewable Energy for Hydrogen Production Within the North America and Europe Regions
  • 4.7. Research Focused on the Use of Renewable Energy in Hydrogen Production Through Hybrid Process
  • 4.8. Patent Activity on Hydrogen Generation Technology Increasing Steadily for the Past Three Years
  • 4.9. High Interest on Research Studies on Hydrogen Generation in China

5.0. Technology Assessment- Hydrogen Separation

  • 5.1. Hydrogen Separation Techniques are Essential to Remove Impurities
  • 5.2. Absorption is Considered as a Conventional Hydrogen Separation Technique
  • 5.3. Redox Reactions Occur as a High Temperature Separation Process
  • 5.4. Gas Membrane Separation is an Emerging Process
  • 5.5. Comparative Analysis of Absorption Process for Hydrogen Separation
  • 5.6. Comparative Analysis of Redox Reaction and Gas Membrane Separation as Hydrogen Separation Techniques

6.0. Innovation Indicators- Hydrogen Separation

  • 6.1. Efficiency of Redox Reactions is Enhanced Through Catalyst Technology
  • 6.2. High Commercialization Focus Towards Absorption Techniques in North America and Asia Pacific
  • 6.3. Optimizing the Hydrogen Separation Processes through Absorbent and Membrane Technologies are of Stakeholder Focus
  • 6.4. Research Focused Towards Gas Membrane Separation Expected to Increase
  • 6.5. Patent Activity on Hydrogen Separation Processes Gaining Traction
  • 6.6. High Interest on Research Studies for Hydrogen Separation in the Asia Pacific Region

7.0. Companies to Watch

  • 7.1. Addressing the Limitation of Grey and Blue Hydrogen Production Through Low Carbon Catalytic Technology
  • 7.2. Enhancing Feasibility of Adopting Green Hydrogen in the Automotive Industry Through Proton PEM Electrolyzer
  • 7.3. Developing Sustainable Alternative to Membrane Technology for Green Hydrogen Generation
  • 7.4. Enhancing the Feasibility of Generating Hydrogen from Seawater Through a High Performance and Cost-efficient Technology
  • 7.5. Developing High Performance and Cost-efficient Solar-to-hydrogen Technology Across the North America Region

8.0. Growth Opportunities

  • 8.1. Hydrogen Generation and Separation Technology Adoption Roadmap
  • 8.2. Growth Opportunities for Hydrogen Generation and Separation Process
  • 8.3. Strategic Imperatives: Critical Success Factors
  • 8.4. Growth Opportunities: Future Development of High Performance Hydrogen Generation and Separation Process

9.0. Key Contacts

  • 9.1. Industry Contacts
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