DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nxcw8b/technology) has announced the addition of the "Technology Breakthroughs Shaping the Future of Power-to-Gas" report to their offering.
Power-to-gas is a concept to convert surplus of electricity either from renewable or conventional sources to chemical energy. There are two major processes in power-to-gas electrolysis process and methanation process. From this, there are three types of electrolysis process, namely, alkaline, proton exchange membrane (PEM) and solid-oxide electrolysis. Methanation process is mainly of two types - thermocatalytic and biological methanation. Hopes for power to gas is immensely high as a clean method to store excess generated electricity, stabilize the power grid or redirect excess electricity toward other useful applications. With serious R&D efforts all over the world, technology readiness level (TRL) of power-to-gas is expected to speed up, thus establishing a complete system in the near future.
This report will touch upon:
- Technology Snapshot and Trends
- Innovation Analysis for Electrolysis and Methanation Processes.
- Region-Wise Adoption
- Application Landscape
- Future Outlook & Technology Readiness Level
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Technology Landscape
3. Application Impact & Future Outlook
4. Key Patents
5. Key Contact Details
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