May 22, 2017 - 10:38 AM EDT
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Top Technologies in Energy and Utilities 2017: Technologies Poised To Be Instrumental In Shaping The Future Of Energy Sector - Research and Markets

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Top Technologies in Energy and Utilities, 2017" report to their offering.

Energy has become a key ingredient in all sectors of modern economies. Growing economies, higher living standards, and digitalization have made the energy sector even more vital. Meeting the growing demand for energy in a sustainable manner is a crucial challenge for all countries.

This Top Technologies in Energy and Utilities report focuses on the technologies from E&U sector which will impact multiple industries, applications, and regions. Technologies were chosen after weighing the importance of these issues carefully. The selection of the technologies is made using TechVision's proprietary selection process and methodology. Criteria like funding, the market potential of the technology, regional adoption, the technology's disruptiveness, megatrend impact and patenting activity, were considered while assessing each technology.

The study offers in-depth strategic analysis of 10 important technologies including Lithium Batteries, Battery Management Systems, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Microgrids, Waste Heat Recovery, Tight Oil Extraction, Distributed Energy Generation, Offshore Wind Energy Technology, Fuel Cells and Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. Battery Energy Management

3. Distributed Energy Generation

4. Offshore Wind Energy

5. Lithium Batteries

6. Enhanced Oil Recovery

7. Fuel Cells

8. Waste Heat Recovery

9. Microgrid

10. Tight Oil Extraction

11. Integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC)

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Source: Business Wire (May 22, 2017 - 10:38 AM EDT)

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