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Nanotechnology Innovations Transforming Energy Generation and Storage Industries, 2018 Research Report – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The "Nanotechnology
Innovations Transforming Energy Generation and Storage"
report
has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

Most of the distributed and renewable energy generation technologies are
affected by the type of materials used in manufacturing them. The
current technologies have a significant drawbacks and room for
improvement specifically in terms of performance parameters like
efficiency. Similarly protection of the renewable assets to gain more
prolonged operational life time is another important area that can be
benefit from the adoption of new materials. Nanomaterials are currently
being used by researchers around the world in enhancing the energy
sector.

For instance nanomaterials based protective glasses and coatings for
solar panels are considered to improve the performance of the panels and
similarly new materials are also being considered for applications like
performance of solar panels.

Applications go beyond just generation into energy storage as well.
Nanotechnology is considered for developing new electrode materials for
batteries and fuel cells. The study focuses on the advantages of
adopting nanomaterials in the energy generation and storage sectors,
innovations focusing on the use of nanomaterials in energy generation
and storage solutions.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. An Overview of Application of Nanotechnology in Energy Generation and
Storage

  • Nanotechnology Has Potential to Transform Global Energy Sector
  • Technology Development and Adoption Trends Across Energy Segments
  • Global Market and Regional Scenario that Push Adoption of
    Nanotechnology in Energy Applications
  • Innovation Ecosystem
  • Emerging Opportunities and High Growth Segments in Energy
  • The Need for More Energy Efficient Solutions is a Key Driver

3. Key Nanotechnology Innovations in Harnessing Solar Energy

  • Research Related to PV and CSP Applications are Underway
  • Nanomaterial Coating for Solar Panels
  • Cost-effective Nanowire Manufacturing Technology
  • Solar Thermal Photovoltaics Using Nanomaterials
  • Nanomaterial Production for Solar PV on Commercial Scale
  • Solar PV and CSP Hybrid for Efficient Energy Generation
  • Innovative Thermal Fluid for Efficient CSP Operation
  • Nanoparticle-based Coating for High Efficiency CSP Plants

4. Key Nanotechnology Innovations in Wind Sector

  • Protection is the Primary Area of Application of Nanomaterials in Wind
    Energy
  • Resin that can Enable Turbines to Withstand Harsh Conditions
  • Carbon Nanotubes for Prolonging Turbine Lifetime
  • Climate Resistant Wind Blades Through Nanomaterial Incorporation
  • Nanolubricants for Gear Systems and Heavy Machinery

5. Key Nanotechnology Innovations in Energy Storage

  • Nanomaterial-based Components are Being Considered for Improved Energy
    and Density Capabilities
  • Lithium Nanomaterials for Better Battery Solutions
  • 2D Materials for Faster Charging Batteries
  • Storage Solutions with Higher Cycles Support Capability
  • Mid-temperature Range SOFC with Nanomaterial-based Electrodes
  • Supercapacitors with Better Energy Density Through Nanotechnology

6. Patent Scenario

  • The US and China Lead Patent Activity in Nanotech for Energy Storage
  • Institutions and Companies from US Lead Patent Filing in
    Nanotechnology for Solar Energy
  • Lesser Patent Activity than Solar and Energy Storage

7. Growth Opportunities

  • Growth Opportunity 1: New Technology Capabilities for the Energy Sector
  • Growth Opportunity 2: Technical Opportunities Related to
    Nanotechnology in Energy Generation

8. Conclusion and Analyst Viewpoint

  • Collaborations Between Research Labs and Industrial Partners Would be
    Crucial

9. Key Contacts

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/mt8sd9/nanotechnology?w=4

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