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Analyzing the Hydrogen Economy 2018 – Analysis, Trends, Challenges & Opportunities – ResearchAndMarkets.com

The “Analyzing
the Hydrogen Economy 2018” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s
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A hydrogen economy is a hypothetical economy in which energy is stored
and transported as hydrogen (H2). Various hydrogen economy scenarios can
be envisaged using hydrogen in a number of ways. Proponents of a
hydrogen economy suggest that hydrogen is an environmentally cleaner
source of energy to end-users, particularly in transportation
applications, without release of pollutants at the point of end use; and
that these advantages may hold similarly with use of hydrogen produced
with energy from fossil fuels, if carbon capture or carbon sequestration
methods are utilized at the site of energy or hydrogen production.

Meanwhile, critics of a hydrogen economy argue that for many planned
applications of hydrogen, direct use of energy in the form of
electricity, chemical batteries and fuel cells, and production of liquid
synthetic fuels from carbon dioxide, might accomplish many of the same
net goals of a hydrogen economy, while requiring only a small fraction
of the investment in new infrastructure.

The latest offering brings you a complete analysis of the Hydrogen
Economy. Analyzing the Hydrogen Economy 2018 report contains a focused
socio-economic, political, and environmental analysis of the factors
affecting the hydrogen economy. The report contains an analysis of the
technologies involved in hydrogen production, hydrogen storage, hydrogen
conversion, and much more.

Key Topics Covered:

A. Executive Summary

B. Introduction to Hydrogen and the Hydrogen Economy

C. A Global Hydrogen Energy System

D. Current Hydrogen Industry

E. Broad Issues with the Hydrogen Economy

F. Technical Issues and Cost Barriers to the Hydrogen Economy

G. Environmental Implications of Hydrogen

H. Environmental Impacts of Hydrogen Production Methods

I. Environmental Impact of the Hydrogen Economy

J. Role of Fuel Cells in the Hydrogen Economy

K. Developing the Hydrogen Economy

L. Key Policy Questions in the Future of Hydrogen

M. Socio-Economic Features of the Hydrogen Economy

N. Hydrogen for Developing Countries

O. Hydrogen from Hydrocarbons and Carbon Sequestration

P. The Potential of Renewable Hydrogen and Required Production Strategies

Q. Role of Ammonia in Hydrogen Economy

R. An Alternative to Hydrogen Fuel – Synthetic Methanol

S. Outlook for the Hydrogen Economy

T. Case Studies

U. Appendix

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