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Market Highlights:-

Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) are electrochemical conversion devices, which produce electricity from oxidation for fuels. Increasing demand of highly efficient fuel cells for commercial applications like stationary, portable, military, or transportation, with high flexibility of fuels to be used are fuelling the growth of SOFC market. Researchers are working on producing low temperature SOFCs, as they reduce overall system cost by reducing insulation, materials, start-up, and degradation related costs.

Planar SOFCs have anode, electrolyte, and cathode forming flat layers, in which the components are assembled in flat stacks allowing air and hydrogen flow through layers via channels. Planar SOFC is the largest market for SOFC market accounting higher power ratio as compared to other type of SOFCs. Planar SOFCs are extensively used in large and small stationary power generation, and military applications due to higher electrical efficiency.

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Table of Content:-

1 Executive Summary

2 Research Methodology

2.1 Scope Of The Study

2.1.1 Definition

2.1.2 Research Objective

2.1.3 Assumptions

2.1.4 Limitations

2.2 Research Process

2.2.1 Primary Research

2.2.2 Secondary Research

2.3 Market Size Estimation

2.4 Forecast Model

3 Market Dynamics

3.1 Market Drivers

3.2 Market Inhibitors

3.3 Supply/Value Chain Analysis

3.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

To be continued………….

Industry Major Key Players:-

Top key players of the global Solid Oxide Fuel Cell market are  Ceres Power Holdings Plc. (U.K.), Kyocera (Japan), FuelCell Energy (U.S.), Bloom Energy (U.S.), Aisin Seiki Co. Ltd. (Japan),Ceramic Fuel Cell Ltd. (Australia), and Delphi (U.K.) among others.

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Scope of the Report:-

The scope of the study segments the global solid oxide fuel cell market by its type, application and region.

By Type

  • Planar
  • Tubular
  • Others

 By Application

  • Stationary
  • Transportation
  • Portable
  • Military

 By Region

  • North America 
  • Asia-Pacific 
  • Europe
  • Rest of the World