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Power-to-X Technology Advancements and Techno-economic Perspective

  • ID: 5221459
  • Report
  • November 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 77 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Power-to-X Technology Delivers Energy Decarbonization Opportunities

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Carbon2Chem
  • FH2R
  • Heat Smart Orkney
  • HPEM2GAS
  • Jupiter 1000
  • Power-to-Flex
  • MORE

Transition to a carbon-neutral energy economy requires a more environmentally-friendly energy carrier. Hydrogen and its multiple end-use applications play a huge role to contribute to decarbonization of major sectors of the economy. Power-to-X (P2X) is an interconnections concept between the different energy carriers, which promotes the integration of renewable energies, facilitates the balancing of the electricity grid and enhances the sustainable use of surplus energy production. By coupling several technological processes across different industries, P2X technology enables utilization of waste energy, excess power, and captured carbon dioxide (CO2), which contribute to energy economy. This research service, ‘Power-to-X Technology Advancements and Techno-economic Perspective’ provides a review of all technologies involved in Power-to-X system, their applications, and market prospects.

The findings and growth opportunities depicted in this study will help to drive the economic growth and technology revolution of the power-to-X industry.
P2X technology is in a relatively early stage of deployment due challenges like low efficiency and high cost compared to conventional energy generation. The research study presents key stakeholders involved in technology development and innovative Power-to-X projects that help validate technology feasibility. Special attention is given to the techno-economic analysis of technology and future roadmap.
The technology has potential to disrupt the market in the coming 5-10 years.

The study deeply illustrates the following:

  • Power-to-X technology trends, factors driving adoption and development of Power-to-X technologies
  • Key properties, drawbacks, research and development (R&D) activities
  • Power-to-X technological chain with technology alternatives , applications, market and future prospects
  • Technology ecosystem: innovative projects and key stakeholders
  • Techno-economic analysis of Power-to-X technology
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Carbon2Chem
  • FH2R
  • Heat Smart Orkney
  • HPEM2GAS
  • Jupiter 1000
  • Power-to-Flex
  • MORE

1. Strategic Imperatives
1.2 The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on Growth of the Power-to-X Technology
1.3 About the Growth Pipeline Engine™
1.4 Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™
1.5 Research Scope - Foreseeing Challenges and Solutions
1.6 Analysis Framework - Core Value
1.7 Research Methodology

2. Power-to-X: Technology Overview
2.1 Power-to-X Technology Promotes Future Zero Carbon Energy Economy
2.2 Power-to-X Technology Architecture by Component and Route
2.3 Power-to-X Technology - Regional Analysis
2.4 Power-to-X Technology - Key Drivers and Opportunities for Deployment
2.5 Key Drivers and Opportunities Explanation
2.6 Power-to-X Technology - Key Drawbacks and Challenges for Deployment
2.7 Key Drawbacks and Restraints Explanation

3. Power-to-X Technology Routes
3.1 Power-to-X Technological Chain with Technology Alternatives
3.2 Power-to-X Different Conversion Pathways
3.3 Power-to-X Technology Routes: Power-to-hydrogen Route - Electrolysis
3.3.1 Electrolysis as a Core Route in P2X System
3.3.2 Existing Commercial or Near Commercial Electrolysis Technologies
3.3.3 Comparative Analysis of Electrolysis Technologies
3.4 Power-to-X Technology Routes: Power-to-Power Technology Routes
3.4.1 Power-to-Power Technology Routes
3.4.2 Comparative Analysis of Fuel Cell Technologies
3.5 Power-to-X Technology Routes: Power-to-Fuel Technology Route
3.5.1 Power-to-Methane Technology Routes
3.5.2 Power-to-Chemical Technology Routes
3.5.3 Potential Carbon Dioxide Sources for Hydrocarbons Synthesis
3.6 Power-to-X Technology Routes: Power-to-Mobility Technology Route
3.6.1 Power-to-Mobility Technology Routes

4. Innovation Ecosystem - Projects and Companies to Action
4.1 Jupiter 1000, France
4.2 Power-to-Flex, Netherlands
4.3 HPEM2GAS, Italy
4.4 Carbon2Chem, Germany
4.5 FH2R, Japan
4.6 Underground Sun Conversion, Austria
4.7 Heat Smart Orkney, Scotland
4.8 REFHYNE, Germany
4.9 Key Stakeholders and Product Developers of Power-to-Hydrogen Technologies
4.10 Key Stakeholders and Product Developers of Power-to-Fuel Technologies
4.11 Key Stakeholders and Product Developers of Power-to-Gas Technologies
4.12 Key Stakeholders and Product Developers of Carbon Capture Technologies

5. IP Analysis of Technologies Enabling Power-to-X
5.1 Electrolysis Innovation: Patent Activity
5.2 Fuel Cell Innovation: Patent Activity
5.3 Synthetic Fuel Production: Patent Activity
5.4 Carbon Capture Innovation: Patent Activity

6. Power-to-X Techno-economic Analysis
6.1 Techno-economic Performance Indicators of Power-to-X Technology
6.2 Techno-economic Comparison of Power-to-X Technology
6.3 Comparison of Energy Conversion Efficiency of Power-to-X Routes
6.4 Techno-economic Analysis of Power-to-X Technology - Discussion

7. Growth Opportunities
7.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Power-to-X to Enables RES Integration and Power Grid Stability
7.2 Growth Opportunity 2: Power-to-X Contributes to Low-carbon Economy by Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emission
7.3 Growth opportunity 3: P2X to Combine Revenues from Different Industry Sectors
7.4 Power-to-X Technology Roadmap to 2050
7.5 Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

8. Key Contacts

9. Next Steps

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  • Carbon2Chem
  • FH2R
  • HPEM2GAS
  • Heat Smart Orkney
  • Jupiter 1000
  • Power-to-Flex
  • REFHYNE
  • Underground Sun Conversion
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