Japan committed to commercializing fuel cell technologies with hefty government subsidies

After talking to Ballard Power recently (see the March 12, 2008 LRPJ) regarding its product-in-testing for the residential combined heat and power (CHP) application in Japan, we looked into some additional details on Japanese government subsidies for fuel cells. Japan has committed to spending about...

This research is archived and therefore no longer available. For further assistance please contact your Customer Success Manager or email ClientEngagementTeam@luxresearchinc.com. Thank you!

Related Research

Technology Landscape: Key players in stationary fuel cells

Analyst Insight | October 14, 2021

Fuel cells are electrochemical devices that convert hydrogen and hydrocarbons like methane into electricity. When deployed for stationary applications like distributed generation, backup power, off‑grid power, and even utility‑scale electricity production, fuel cells feature higher energy conversion... Not part of subscription

Stationary Fuel Cells

Technology | March 10, 2022

An electrochemical cell that directly converts hydrogen or hydrocarbon fuel and oxygen into electricity for distributed generation, backup power, off‑grid power, and utility‑scale power production. Not part of subscription

Cummins' hydrogen strategy includes combustion first, fuel cells second

News Commentary | February 04, 2022

Through a series of acquisitions, heavy‑duty engine manufacturer Cummins built a promising position in developing hydrogen solutions. However, its first use‑case of hydrogen will not involve fuel cells; in November 2021, the company announced a new 15‑L engine that can use both natural gas and ... Not part of subscription