Global Power-To-Gas Market: Industry Analysis and Forecast (2021-2027) by Technology, Capacity, End-User, and Region

Global Power-To-Gas Market size was valued at US$ 28.65 Mn. in 2020 and the total revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.2% through 2021 to 2027, reaching nearly US$ 56.55 Mn.

Global Power-To-Gas Market Overview:

The Global Power-To-Gas market was valued at US $28.65 Mn. in 2020, and it is expected to reach US $56.55 Mn. by 2027 with a CAGR of 10.2% during the forecast period. The power-to-gas delivers a promising approach to transform renewable power into the green hydrogen and methane renewables sector. The Power-to-Gas is very much effective for integrating renewables. It provides a rapid and dynamic response to the grid operator’s variations in renewable generation output. Global Power-To-Gas MarketTo know about the Research Methodology :- Request Free Sample Report Though market forecasting through 2027 is based on real output, demand and supply of 2020, 2020 numbers are also estimated on real numbers published by key players as well all important players across the world. Market forecasting till 2027 is done based on past data from 2016 to 2019 with the impact of global lock down on the market in 2020 and 2021.

Global Power-To-Gas Market Dynamics:

An increase in demand for renewable hydrogen, which has the potential to decarbonize multiple sectors are expected to drive the market growth. The driver for the growth of the market is the cost reduction of electrolyzer technology. According to the International Energy Agency, the electrolyzer stacks are responsible for 50% and 60% of the capital expenditure, and remaining factors like power electronics, gas-conditioning, and plant components are accounting for the remainder of the expenditure. Currently, The CAPEX requirements for alkaline electrolyzers have a range from $500 to $1,400/kWe. The PEM electrolyzers have a range of $1,100 to $1,800/kWe, and SOEC has an estimated range of $2,800 to $5,600/kWe. The costs for high-temperature electrolysis are expected to plunge 80% by 2021. Furthermore, prominent key players are focusing to build a modular renewable methane production. For instance, The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has granted US $1.1 Mn fund to APA Group to build a renewable methane production demonstration plant. Despite the high cost, the exponential development cost of the technology and installed capacity are indicating that market implementation of power-to-gas is in underway. Currently, only small power-to-gas plants (up to 10 MW) are in operation. The production of synthetic gases is currently very high. The Electrolysis manufacturing capacity wants to develop for the up scaling challenges. The production cost of gases is largely determined by capital costs. There will be chances of cost reduction because of up-scaling and learning effects. The framework of regulations, market incentives, tariffs have not taken into account for the opportunity of power-to-gas. With the seasonal storage and other technologies around, there is a need for further development and existing obstacles have to be addressed.

Green mobility - the most encouraging market for power-to-gas

Air quality regulations are increasing the need for hydrogen as a clean fuel for clean transport emissions across the globe. The Energy storage provision has started to become an obligatory requirement in areas like California. The Grid balancing and rapid response demand-side services are offering high proportions integration of renewable energy supply. Also, Auto OEMs are rolling out Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs), which require high purity hydrogen fuel. The Global Hydrogen Refuelling Station infrastructure programmes are underway with remarkable deployment plans. In addition, the price volatility of fossil fuels is driving an industrial substitution to more sustainable chemical processes. Global energy markets are increasingly recognizing the requirement for the usage of green hydrogen as an energy storage medium and as a transport fuel, chemical fuel, and renewable heat. A number of economies like the Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, Australia, Korea, Japan, China, and the UK have all developed hydrogen roadmaps. In the UK, the Commission for Climate Change (CCC) indicates that there is a requirement of power between 6 and 17GW of electrolysis to achieve its target of net-zero by 2050.

Global Power-To-Gas Market Segment Analysis:

The Global Power-To-Gas Market is segmented by Technology, Capacity, and End-User. Based on the Technology, the market is segmented into Electrolysis, and Methanation. Electrolysis segment is expected to hold the largest market shares of xx% by 2027. This is due to its flexible operations and ability to successfully incorporate electricity from intermittent renewable energy sources like wind and solar. These are the key benefit that drives the growth of the Electrolysis segment in the global market during the forecast period. Global Power-To-Gas Market 1 Based on the Capacity, the market is segmented into Less than 100 kW, 100–999 kW, and 1000 kW and above. 1000 kW and above segment is expected to grow rapidly at a CAGR of xx% during the forecast period. This is due to an increasing commercialization and implementation of several MW level projects of power to gas technologies, as well as demand from utilities and industrial end-users, 1000 KW and above capacity is widely preferred. These are the key factors of 1000 kW and above segment that drives the growth of the global market during the forecast period. Global Power-To-Gas Market 2 Based on the End-User, the market is segmented into Commercial, Utilities, and Industrial. Utilities segment is expected to grow rapidly at a CAGR of xx% during the forecast period. The utility industry is increasing as power and gas utilities seek to create hydrogen more efficiently by incorporating intermittent renewable power source and maintaining power system flexibility. These are the major factor that drives the growth of the utilities segment in the global market during the forecast period. Global Power-To-Gas Market 3

Global Power-To-Gas Market Regional Insights:

Europe dominates the Global Market during the forecast period 2021-2027. Europe is expected to hold the largest market shares of xx% by 2027. The massive development of renewable electricity production is underway in some European countries like Denmark and Germany and is expected to a larger extent in Europe during the forecast period. High capacities of power production which are from intermittent sources are expected to drive low spot prices of electricity. It also offers an opportunity for the development of flexible electro-intensive processes. In Europe, the technical validation of power-to-gas has witnessed at the pilot scale, due to the series of projects, combined with targets for renewable electricity integration in Europe. The European energy system is undergoing a major transition to reduce carbon emissions. The political RES integration and carbon reduction targets are expected to increase the demand for the power-to-gas technology requirements. The region has put some of the world's highest environmental standards and ambitious climate policies to shape a sustainable future in the power-to-gas market. A climate change and reducing greenhouse gas emissions through efficient renewable energy systems are at the top of the agenda for the maintenance of environment pollution.

Global Power-To-Gas Market Prominent projects

In 2018, the hydrogen generation and fuel cell firm Hydrogenics and Enbridge Gas Distribution have started their operation of the 2.5-MW Markham Energy Storage Facility in Canada to deliver regulation services to the regional electricity system operator. In 2018, The HyDeploy project, which was funded by Ofgem and led by Cadent and Northern Gas Networks have performed trial to establish the potential for blending up to 20% hydrogen into the normal gas supply to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. It will run a live trial of blended gas on part of the University of Keele gas network to determine the level of hydrogen.

Global Power-To-Gas Market Ambitious Future

The German transmission grid operator Amprion GmbH and European pipeline owner Open Grid Europe has announced a 100-MW electrolysis plant along with dedicated hydrogen. The companies are expected the projected cost of around €150 million and they want to successfully implement this technology for the German economy on an industrial scale. If the project receives necessary approvals, it could begin operations by 2023. The industrial hydrogen producer H2V has contracted GE Power’s Grid Solutions business for the turnkey supply of two 225 kV/30 kV substations to feed the first 100-MW H2V Industry production units In Europe. The two projects are expected to feature 26 electrolyzers supplied by HydrogenPro and produce an average of 14,000 tonnes of hydrogen per year. The first unit is expected to be scheduled online in 2021. Many major players operated in the power-to-gas market includes Hydrogenics, ITM Power, and Electrochaea GmbH are focusing on signing contracts and agreements with end-users and installation of power-to-gas projects to reduce carbon emissions For instance, in 2018, ITM Power installed a 100MW power-to-gas energy storage project that helped the organization to use the hydrogen as a fuel and makes a significant contribution towards decarbonisation of the electricity and gas networks across Europe. The objective of the report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the Global Power-To-Gas Market to the stakeholders in the industry. The past and current status of the industry with the forecasted market size and trends are presented in the report with the analysis of complicated data in simple language. The report covers all the aspects of the industry with a dedicated study of key players that include market leaders, followers, and new entrants. PORTER, PESTEL analysis with the potential impact of micro-economic factors of the market have been presented in the report. External as well as internal factors that are supposed to affect the business positively or negatively have been analyzed, which will give a clear futuristic view of the industry to the decision-makers. The reports also helps in understanding the Global Power-To-Gas Market dynamic, structure by analyzing the market segments and project the Global Power-To-Gas Market size. Clear representation of competitive analysis of key players by product, price, financial position, product portfolio, growth strategies, and regional presence in the Global Power-To-Gas Market make the report investor’s guide.

Global Power-To-Gas Market Scope: Inquire before buying

Global Power-To-Gas Market
Report Coverage Details
Base Year: 2020 Forecast Period: 2021-2027
Historical Data: 2016 to 2020 Market Size in 2020: US $ 28.65 Mn.
Forecast Period 2021 to 2027 CAGR: 10.2% Market Size in 2027: US $ 56.55 Mn.
Segments Covered: by Technology • Electrolysis • Methanation
by Capacity • Less than 100 kW • 100–999 kW • 1000 kW and Above
by End User • Commercial • Utilities • Industrial

Global Power-To-Gas Market, by Region

• North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • South America • Middle East and Africa

Global Power-To-Gas Market Key Players

• Hydrogenics • ITM Power • McPhy Energy • Siemens • MAN Energy Solutions • Uniper • Micropyros • Carbotech • Power-to-gas Hungary • Aquahydrex • Fuelcell Energy • Nel Hydrogen • ThyssenKrupp • Electrochaea • Exytron • GreenHydrogen • Hitachi Zosen Inova Etogas • Ineratec • Socalgas

Frequently Asked Questions:

1] What segments are covered in Power-To-Gas Market report? Ans. The segments covered in Power-To-Gas Market report are based on Technology, Capacity, and End-User. 2] Which region is expected to hold the highest share in the Global Power-To-Gas Market? Ans. Europe is expected to hold the highest share in the Global Power-To-Gas Market. 3] Who are the top key players in the Global Power-To-Gas Market? Ans. Hydrogenics, ITM Power, McPhy Energy, Siemens, and MAN Energy Solutions are the top key players in the Global Power-To-Gas Market. 4] Which segment holds the largest market share in the Global Power-To-Gas market by 2027? Ans. Electrolysis technology segment hold the largest market share in the Global Power-To-Gas market by 2027. 5] What is the market size of the Global Power-To-Gas market by 2027? Ans. The market size of the Global Power-To-Gas market is US $56.55 Mn. by 2027. 6] What was the market size of the Global Power-To-Gas market in 2020? Ans. The market size of the Global Power-To-Gas market was worth US $28.65 Mn. in 2020.
Global Power-To-Gas Market 1. Preface 1.1. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.2. Research Highlights 1.3. Research Objectives 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 2.3.1.1. Secondary data 2.3.1.2. Secondary Sources 2.3.2. Primary Research 2.3.2.1. Data from Primary Sources 2.3.2.2. Breakdown of Primary Sources 3. Executive Summary: Global Power-To-Gas Market Size, by Market Value (US$ Mn) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Indicator 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.3. Porter’s Analysis 4.4. Value Chain Analysis 4.5. Market Risk Analysis 4.6. SWOT Analysis 4.7. Industry Trends and Emerging Technologies 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. Global Power-To-Gas Market Analysis and Forecast 6.1. Power-To-Gas Market Size & Y-o-Y Growth Analysis 6.1.1. North America 6.1.2. Europe 6.1.3. Asia Pacific 6.1.4. Middle East & Africa 6.1.5. South America 7. Global Power-To-Gas Market Analysis and Forecast, By Technology 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Key Findings 7.3. Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Technology 7.4. Power-To-Gas Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Technology 7.5. Power-To-Gas Market Analysis, By Technology 7.6. Power-To-Gas Market Attractiveness Analysis, By Technology 8. Global Power-To-Gas Market Analysis and Forecast, By Capacity 8.1. Introduction and Definition 8.2. Key Findings 8.3. Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 8.4. Power-To-Gas Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Capacity 8.5. Power-To-Gas Market Analysis, By Capacity 8.6. Power-To-Gas Market Attractiveness Analysis, By Capacity 9. Global Power-To-Gas Market Analysis and Forecast, By End User 9.1. Introduction and Definition 9.2. Key Findings 9.3. Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By End User 9.4. Power-To-Gas Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, By End User 9.5. Power-To-Gas Market Analysis, By End User 9.6. Power-To-Gas Market Attractiveness Analysis, By End User 10. Global Power-To-Gas Market Analysis, by Region 10.1. Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, by Region 10.2. Power-To-Gas Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Region 10.3. Power-To-Gas Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Region 11. North America Power-To-Gas Market Analysis 11.1. Key Findings 11.2. North America Power-To-Gas Market Overview 11.3. North America Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Technology 11.4. North America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 11.4.1. Electrolysis 11.4.2. Methanation 11.5. North America Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 11.6. North America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 11.6.1. Less than 100 kW 11.6.2. 100–999 kW 11.6.3. 1000 kW and Above 11.7. North America Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By End User 11.8. North America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 11.8.1. Commercial 11.8.2. Utilities 11.8.3. Industrial 11.9. North America Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 11.10. North America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, by Country 11.10.1. U.S. 11.10.2. Canada 11.11. North America Power-To-Gas Market Analysis, by Country 11.12. U.S. Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 11.12.1. Electrolysis 11.12.2. Methanation 11.13. U.S. Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 11.13.1. Less than 100 kW 11.13.2. 100–999 kW 11.13.3. 1000 kW and Above 11.14. U.S. Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 11.14.1. Commercial 11.14.2. Utilities 11.14.3. Industrial 11.15. Canada Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 11.15.1. Electrolysis 11.15.2. Methanation 11.16. Canada Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 11.16.1. Less than 100 kW 11.16.2. 100–999 kW 11.16.3. 1000 kW and Above 11.17. Canada Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 11.17.1. Commercial 11.17.2. Utilities 11.17.3. Industrial 11.18. North America Power-To-Gas Market Attractiveness Analysis 11.18.1. By Technology 11.18.2. By Capacity 11.18.3. By End User 11.19. PEST Analysis 11.20. Key Trends 11.21. Key Developments 12. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Analysis 12.1. Key Findings 12.2. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Overview 12.3. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Technology 12.4. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 12.4.1. Electrolysis 12.4.2. Methanation 12.5. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 12.6. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.6.1. Less than 100 kW 12.6.2. 100–999 kW 12.6.3. 1000 kW and Above 12.7. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By End User 12.8. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 12.8.1. Commercial 12.8.2. Utilities 12.8.3. Industrial 12.9. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 12.10. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, by Country 12.10.1. Germany 12.10.2. U.K. 12.10.3. France 12.10.4. Italy 12.10.5. Spain 12.10.6. Rest of Europe 12.11. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Analysis, by Country 12.12. Germany Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 12.12.1. Electrolysis 12.12.2. Methanation 12.13. Germany Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.13.1. Less than 100 kW 12.13.2. 100–999 kW 12.13.3. 1000 kW and Above 12.14. Germany Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 12.14.1. Commercial 12.14.2. Utilities 12.14.3. Industrial 12.15. U.K. Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 12.15.1. Electrolysis 12.15.2. Methanation 12.16. U.K. Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.16.1. Less than 100 kW 12.16.2. 100–999 kW 12.16.3. 1000 kW and Above 12.17. U.K. Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 12.17.1. Commercial 12.17.2. Utilities 12.17.3. Industrial 12.18. France Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 12.18.1. Electrolysis 12.18.2. Methanation 12.19. France Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.19.1. Less than 100 kW 12.19.2. 100–999 kW 12.19.3. 1000 kW and Above 12.20. France Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 12.20.1. Commercial 12.20.2. Utilities 12.20.3. Industrial 12.21. Italy Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 12.21.1. Electrolysis 12.21.2. Methanation 12.22. Italy Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.22.1. Less than 100 kW 12.22.2. 100–999 kW 12.22.3. 1000 kW and Above 12.23. Italy Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 12.23.1. Commercial 12.23.2. Utilities 12.23.3. Industrial 12.24. Spain Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 12.24.1. Electrolysis 12.24.2. Methanation 12.25. Spain Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.25.1. Less than 100 kW 12.25.2. 100–999 kW 12.25.3. 1000 kW and Above 12.26. Spain Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 12.26.1. Commercial 12.26.2. Utilities 12.26.3. Industrial 12.27. Rest of Europe Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 12.27.1. Electrolysis 12.27.2. Methanation 12.28. Rest of Europe Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 12.28.1. Less than 100 kW 12.28.2. 100–999 kW 12.28.3. 1000 kW and Above 12.29. Rest of Europe Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 12.29.1. Commercial 12.29.2. Utilities 12.29.3. Industrial 12.30. Europe Power-To-Gas Market Attractiveness Analysis 12.30.1. By Technology 12.30.2. By Capacity 12.30.3. By End User 12.31. PEST Analysis 12.32. Key Trends 12.33. Key Developments 13. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Analysis 13.1. Key Findings 13.2. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Overview 13.3. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Technology 13.4. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 13.4.1. Electrolysis 13.4.2. Methanation 13.5. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 13.6. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.6.1. Less than 100 kW 13.6.2. 100–999 kW 13.6.3. 1000 kW and Above 13.7. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By End User 13.8. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 13.8.1. Commercial 13.8.2. Utilities 13.8.3. Industrial 13.9. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 13.10. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, by Country 13.10.1. China 13.10.2. India 13.10.3. Japan 13.10.4. ASEAN 13.10.5. Rest of Asia Pacific 13.11. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Analysis, by Country 13.12. China Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 13.12.1. Electrolysis 13.12.2. Methanation 13.13. China Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.13.1. Less than 100 kW 13.13.2. 100–999 kW 13.13.3. 1000 kW and Above 13.14. China Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 13.14.1. Commercial 13.14.2. Utilities 13.14.3. Industrial 13.15. India Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 13.15.1. Electrolysis 13.15.2. Methanation 13.16. India Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.16.1. Less than 100 kW 13.16.2. 100–999 kW 13.16.3. 1000 kW and Above 13.17. India Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 13.17.1. Commercial 13.17.2. Utilities 13.17.3. Industrial 13.18. Japan Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 13.18.1. Electrolysis 13.18.2. Methanation 13.19. Japan Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.19.1. Less than 100 kW 13.19.2. 100–999 kW 13.19.3. 1000 kW and Above 13.20. Japan Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 13.20.1. Commercial 13.20.2. Utilities 13.20.3. Industrial 13.21. ASEAN Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 13.21.1. Electrolysis 13.21.2. Methanation 13.22. ASEAN Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.22.1. Less than 100 kW 13.22.2. 100–999 kW 13.22.3. 1000 kW and Above 13.23. ASEAN Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 13.23.1. Commercial 13.23.2. Utilities 13.23.3. Industrial 13.24. Rest of Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 13.24.1. Electrolysis 13.24.2. Methanation 13.25. Rest of Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 13.25.1. Less than 100 kW 13.25.2. 100–999 kW 13.25.3. 1000 kW and Above 13.26. Rest of Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 13.26.1. Commercial 13.26.2. Utilities 13.26.3. Industrial 13.27. Asia Pacific Power-To-Gas Market Attractiveness Analysis 13.27.1. By Technology 13.27.2. By Capacity 13.27.3. By End User 13.28. PEST Analysis 13.29. Key Trends 13.30. Key Developments 14. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Analysis 14.1. Key Findings 14.2. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Overview 14.3. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Technology 14.4. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 14.4.1. Electrolysis 14.4.2. Methanation 14.5. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 14.6. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 14.6.1. Less than 100 kW 14.6.2. 100–999 kW 14.6.3. 1000 kW and Above 14.7. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By End User 14.8. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 14.8.1. Commercial 14.8.2. Utilities 14.8.3. Industrial 14.9. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 14.10. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, by Country 14.10.1. GCC 14.10.2. South Africa 14.10.3. Rest of Middle East & Africa 14.11. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Analysis, by Country 14.12. GCC Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 14.12.1. Electrolysis 14.12.2. Methanation 14.13. GCC Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 14.13.1. Less than 100 kW 14.13.2. 100–999 kW 14.13.3. 1000 kW and Above 14.14. GCC Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 14.14.1. Commercial 14.14.2. Utilities 14.14.3. Industrial 14.15. South Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 14.15.1. Electrolysis 14.15.2. Methanation 14.16. South Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 14.16.1. Less than 100 kW 14.16.2. 100–999 kW 14.16.3. 1000 kW and Above 14.17. South Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 14.17.1. Commercial 14.17.2. Utilities 14.17.3. Industrial 14.18. Rest of Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 14.18.1. Electrolysis 14.18.2. Methanation 14.19. Rest of Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 14.19.1. Less than 100 kW 14.19.2. 100–999 kW 14.19.3. 1000 kW and Above 14.20. Rest of Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 14.20.1. Commercial 14.20.2. Utilities 14.20.3. Industrial 14.21. Middle East & Africa Power-To-Gas Market Attractiveness Analysis 14.21.1. By Technology 14.21.2. By Capacity 14.21.3. By End User 14.22. PEST Analysis 14.23. Key Trends 14.24. Key Developments 15. South America Power-To-Gas Market Analysis 15.1. Key Findings 15.2. South America Power-To-Gas Market Overview 15.3. South America Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Technology 15.4. South America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 15.4.1. Electrolysis 15.4.2. Methanation 15.5. South America Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By Capacity 15.6. South America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 15.6.1. Less than 100 kW 15.6.2. 100–999 kW 15.6.3. 1000 kW and Above 15.7. South America Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, By End User 15.8. South America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 15.8.1. Commercial 15.8.2. Utilities 15.8.3. Industrial 15.9. South America Power-To-Gas Market Value Share Analysis, by Country 15.10. South America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, by Country 15.10.1. Brazil 15.10.2. Mexico 15.10.3. Rest of South America 15.11. South America Power-To-Gas Market Analysis, by Country 15.12. Brazil Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 15.12.1. Electrolysis 15.12.2. Methanation 15.13. Brazil Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 15.13.1. Less than 100 kW 15.13.2. 100–999 kW 15.13.3. 1000 kW and Above 15.14. Brazil Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 15.14.1. Commercial 15.14.2. Utilities 15.14.3. Industrial 15.15. Mexico Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 15.15.1. Electrolysis 15.15.2. Methanation 15.16. Mexico Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 15.16.1. Less than 100 kW 15.16.2. 100–999 kW 15.16.3. 1000 kW and Above 15.17. Mexico Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 15.17.1. Commercial 15.17.2. Utilities 15.17.3. Industrial 15.18. Rest of South America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Technology 15.18.1. Electrolysis 15.18.2. Methanation 15.19. Rest of South America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By Capacity 15.19.1. Less than 100 kW 15.19.2. 100–999 kW 15.19.3. 1000 kW and Above 15.20. Rest of South America Power-To-Gas Market Forecast, By End User 15.20.1. Commercial 15.20.2. Utilities 15.20.3. Industrial 15.21. South America Power-To-Gas Market Attractiveness Analysis 15.21.1. By Technology 15.21.2. By Capacity 15.21.3. By End User 15.22. PEST Analysis 15.23. Key Trends 15.24. Key Developments 16. Company Profiles 16.1. Market Share Analysis, by Company 16.2. Competition Matrix 16.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Applications and R&D investment 16.2.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 16.2.3. Market Consolidation 16.2.4. M&A by Regions, Investment and Applications 16.2.5. M&A Key Players, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 16.3. Company Profiles: Key Players 16.3.1. Hydrogenics 16.3.1.1. Company Overview 16.3.1.2. Financial Overview 16.3.1.3. Product Portfolio 16.3.1.4. Business Strategy 16.3.1.5. Recent Developments 16.3.1.6. Development Footprint 16.3.2. ITM Power 16.3.3. McPhy Energy 16.3.4. Siemens 16.3.5. MAN Energy Solutions 16.3.6. Uniper 16.3.7. Micropyros 16.3.8. Carbotech 16.3.9. Power-to-gas Hungary 16.3.10. Aquahydrex 16.3.11. Fuelcell Energy 16.3.12. Nel Hydrogen 16.3.13. ThyssenKrupp 16.3.14. Electrochaea 16.3.15. Exytron 16.3.16. GreenHydrogen 16.3.17. Hitachi Zosen Inova Etogas 16.3.18. Ineratec 16.3.19. Socalgas

About This Report

Report ID 66955
Category Energy & Power
Published Date July 2020
Updated Date Sept 2021
Contact Us