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Clean Energy Nanotechnology Report :: Germany

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  • RemyC
    From: Helmut Kaiser Consultancy March 2005 Clean Energy 2004 to 2015 worldwide Nanotechnology is a Key for the future efficiency of Clean Energy Worldwide
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 25, 2005
      From:
      Helmut Kaiser Consultancy
      March 2005

      Clean Energy 2004 to 2015 worldwide
      Nanotechnology is a Key for the future efficiency of Clean Energy

      Worldwide initiatives to reverse the growing dependence on oil lead to high
      growth rates for clean energies. The R & D spending in USA, China, Japan and
      Europe reach more than 25 bn US $. Nanotechnology and molecular technologies
      play a key role in the development and the efficiency of the energy systems
      and the costs. This will dramatically improve the technologies and
      applications. USA and Japan lead the technology today.

      In 2005 the market will reach 130 bn US $ and create 1.2 million jobs.
      Hkc22.com anticipates 255 bn US $ by 2010 and 429 bn US$ by 2015 with 3
      million jobs. China will be the biggest single market worldwide.

      The markets include hydrogen, hydropower, wind power, photovoltaics,
      solarthermal, geothermal, biomass, biofuel and service/maintenance.

      15 percent of the world population consume more than 70 percent of the
      energy and 40 percent have still no access to energy at all.

      There is a heavy and aggressive competition between countries and companies
      on new technologies and systems and to get most of the jobs available. The
      winner will achieve the environmental protection and sustainability.

      This is based on a new released study of hkc22.com please see
      http://www.hkc22.com/cleanenergy.html

      120 pages Hard Cover :: 89 Euros
      CD-ROM version :: 109 Euros
      250 pages Detailed Summary Study :: 300 Euros

      Helmut Kaiser Consultancy
      Sigwartstrasse 20
      D-70276 Tuebingen, Germany
      tel: +49 (7071) 67001 fax: +49 (7071) 68086
      hku-tuebingen@ t-online.de
      info@ hkc22.com

      Table of Contents

      I. The Markets for Regenerable Energy by 2015
      The Structure of the Energy Markets 2020
      Energy Production
      Total expenditure for the utilization of regenerative energies worldwide by
      sources 2004-2015
      Total expenditure for the utilization of regenerative energies worldwide
      2004-2015 by Regions
      Total expenditure for the utilization of regenerative energies in Germany
      2005-2015
      Employment Potential in Renewable Energy and Clean Energy Worldwide
      2004-2015
      Deutschland 2004-2015
      Market Overview of selected Regions: North America
      Market Overview of selected Regions: West Europe
      Market Overview of selected Regions: Germany
      Market Overview of selected Regions: China

      II. Clean Energy
      Overview of Clean Energy
      Development of the Environmental Technology
      Strategic Development
      The Markets for Clean Energy Worldwide
      Clean Energy Stock market Analysis and Prediction 2000-2008
      Overview of some Clean Energy Sources
      Biofuels
      Power System Technologies
      Energy Efficiency in Buildings
      Energy Efficiency in Industry
      Energy Efficiency
      Some selected emerging Energy Efficiency Technologies
      Energy Efficiency in Power
      Energy Efficiency in Transportation
      Comparison of the development state of different energy sources to their
      relevant applications
      Market Overview: Fuel Cell
      Market Overview: Biomass Energy
      Market Overview: Photovoltaic Energy (solar energy)
      Overview Technologies of Solar energy
      To Develop A Hydrogen Era
      Hydrogen economy-system innovations
      Focus: Fuel Cell
      Focus: Wind Power
      Structure of Clean Energy Markets
      A new Market: Multi-Utility
      Clean Energy Barriers
      Clean Energy Policies
      Emission Reduction Policies

      III. Key Technologies in Energy Industries
      Overview of Market and Development
      New Technologies for Renewable Energies 2002-2010
      Influence and Transformation of renewable Energies, Optimisation and Reform
      of traditional Energy
      Key technologies and markets until 2015 in energy industries
      Example: Sunflowers can be foodstuff or fuel,depending on the disposition of
      DNA
      Zero Emission
      Overview of Zero Emission and Sustainable Development
      Key-Technologies for Zero Emission and Sustainable Development
      Near Term Approaches for Zero Emission
      Zero emission and Nano- material design

      IV. Nanotechnology
      Key Development in NBNI up to 2015
      Value Chain for Nanotechnology
      Development of Nanotechnology Markets Worldwide Nano Industries 2001 - 2015
      Nanotechnology Markets for Life Industries Worldwide by segments
      2001- 2006 -2010
      Development of Nanotechnology Markets Worldwide by Regions 2001- 2006 - 2010
      The Future Impact of NBNI Convergence on Selected Markets up to 2025
      The Impact of Nanotechnology on Energy
      The Impact of Nanotechnology on Energy Supply and Demand
      The Impact of Nanotechnology in Energy Efficiency
      The Impact of Nanotechnology in solar energy
      The Impact of Nanotechnology in fuel cell
      The Impact of Nanotechnology in Geothermal Energy
      The Impact of Nanotechnology in Energy Storage and Transport

      V. Molecular Nanotechnology
      The Impact of Molecular Nanotechnology on Energy and Environment
      The Impact of Molecular Nanotechnology in Zero Emission and Sustainable
      Development
      Application of Molecular Nanotechnology to Sources
      Science focus of Zero Emission and Sustainable Development 2005 and 2008
      The Impact Molecular Nanotechnology in Energy revolution

      VI. Industry Leaders in Clean Energies
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