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CMC Research New publication information Latest industry report on next-generation catalysts around the world (Part 2) Published by: CMC Research Co., Ltd.

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[New publication information] Next-generation catalysts around the world: Latest industry report (Part 2) Published by: CMC Research Co., Ltd.
A detailed report covering various industry analyzes and development trends regarding “catalysts” in e-methane, water electrolysis, ammonia, plastic/rare metal recycling, bioplastics, and informatics! ……
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[New publication information] Next-generation catalysts around the world: Latest industry report (Part 2)
Next Generation Catalyst

★Analyze the industry including CO methanation catalyst development trends, materials used, and catalyst search technology!
What is the world’s production capacity for water electrolysis in AWE, PEM, AEM, and SOEC, the catalysts used, and development trends? [Characteristics of this book]
➢ Analyze the industry such as CO methanation catalyst development trends, materials used, catalyst search technology, etc.!
➢ What is the world’s production capacity for water electrolysis in AWE, PEM, AEM, and SOEC, the catalysts used, and development trends? ➢ Who are the major players in anode materials and which companies are entering the market? Introducing strategies for reducing Ir usage! ➢ Trends in dry, wet, and bioleaching treatments for recovering platinum group metals from used autocatalysts!
➢ Detailed information on projects where ammonia synthesis catalysts have been adopted and licenses related to manufacturing processes! ➢ Trends in the development of an environmentally friendly “oil conversion process” that lowers the process temperature by using a catalyst!
➢ What is “catalyst informatics”, a search method for high-performance catalysts that realize CN fuel and recycling!

◎Introduction
CO methanation technology is attracting attention as a technology that can both reuse CO and serve as a hydrogen carrier by using CO-free hydrogen from renewable energy sources.
In the development of catalysts for synthesizing methane from CO2, there is active development of catalysts that can achieve high conversion rates (90%) over a wide temperature range. Designing reactors with high conversion efficiency generally requires catalyst layers with optimal heat transfer. The active metal and support material of the catalyst are important to obtain high catalytic activity and optimal heat transfer.
Water electrolysis is generally a method of producing hydrogen through electrolysis using renewable electricity.
Alkaline water electrolysis is a method that has been used
commercially in fertilizer production and salt electrolysis for a long time. In terms of scale, we have a track record of large-scale equipment in the 100MW class. Since not only noble metals but also transition metals can be used, there are relatively many materials that can be used. In order to prevent alkali dissolution, nickel is often used for the current collectors of the cathode and anode, and a catalyst is supported on the nickel.
As the cathode catalyst, an alloy system mainly made of nickel or iron is often used, and for the anode catalyst, an oxide or oxyhydroxide mainly made of nickel or cobalt is used.
Due to the strong acidity and high potential of proton exchange membrane (PEM) water electrolysis, the materials that can be used as electrode catalysts are limited. Therefore, since noble metals such as Ir and Pt are used, the cost of electrode catalyst materials is high, and research into optimizing the amount of noble metals is active. In recent years, production plans for “green ammonia” produced using renewable energy such as solar and wind power have begun to increase around the world, mainly in Europe. Currently, the green ammonia synthesis process requires research on the process and catalyst from a different perspective than the HB method. In the research and development of ammonia synthesis catalysts, it is important to operate at a lower temperature and lower pressure than the HB method in order to improve low-temperature activity. In addition, the key points are responsiveness to changes in conditions according to fluctuations in the hydrogen supply amount, and the ability to achieve the same level of activity as before shutting down in a short time upon restart. When a catalyst is used in the pyrolysis method, heavy oil and diesel oil are reduced, naphtha and gas are increased, and the decomposition temperature is lowered by 100℃. Zeolite-based catalysts are the mainstream at present. Other materials used include ZSM5 and used FCC catalysts. Each company is focusing on optimizing thermal
decomposition conditions such as decomposition temperature and catalyst, and designing and developing reactors.
This report, “The latest industry report on next-generation catalysts around the world (Part 2)” consists of e-methane, water electrolysis, ammonia, plastic and rare metal recycling, bioplastics, and catalyst informatics. This report is designed to lead to next-generation business with an eye on future developments.
                            CMC Research Investigation Department

■ Next-generation catalysts around the world: Latest industry report (Part 2) ■ Published: May 30, 2024
■ List price: Base price 280,000 yen (308,000 yen including tax) Main unit + CD set 350,000 yen (385,000 yen including tax)
■ Format: A4 size, paperback, 673 pages
■ Edited and published by: CMC Research Co., Ltd.
ISBN 978-4-910581-54-5

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Part I e-methane
Part II Water electrolysis
Part III Ammonia
Part IV Plastic recycling
Part V Rare Metals
Part VI Catalyst Informatics
Part VII Bioplastics

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★Latest industry report on next-generation catalysts around the world (Part 1)  https://cmcre.com/archives/123249/
・Synthesis process and recycling of fuel, hydrogen, methane, ammonia, and chemical products from CO2
Development trends, demonstration efforts, and
companies/projects/catalysts that are widely used such as
Research and detail industry trends!
■ From: May 15, 2024
■ Fixed price: Main unit (booklet version) 250,000 yen (275,000 yen including tax)
      Base + CD (PDF version)  300,000 yen (330,000 yen including tax) ★World’s Recycled Plastics Latest Industry Report
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・Regarding the latest trends in recycled plastics in preparation for the introduction of European environmental regulations,
From chemical and material recycling to PET, PE, PP, PS, PU, ​​PC, PMMA, Company, business, and industry trends by various types such as PA, fluororesin, and engineering plastics!
■ From: March 28, 2024
■ Fixed price: Main unit (booklet version) 280,000 yen (308,000 yen including tax)
       Base + CD (PDF version) 350,000 yen (385,000 yen including tax) ★World’s e-methane/green hydrogen latest industry report
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★Mainly companies that focus on e-methane and green hydrogen and participate in projects around the world
We investigated “Part I e-methane,” “Part II Green Hydrogen,” “Part III CCS,” and the latest trends.
summarized
■ From: February 13, 2024
■ Fixed price: Main unit (booklet version) 220,000 yen (242,000 yen including tax)
            Body + CD (PDF version) 260,000 yen (286,000 yen including tax) ★Hydrogen production technology by water electrolysis ~ Basic and latest technologies of various water electrolysis methods and global hydrogen policy trends
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●The “Technology Edition” covers the principles of water electrolysis technology, “alkaline water electrolysis (AWE)” and “proton
Exchange membrane water electrolysis (PEMWE), anion exchange membrane water electrolysis (AEMWE), high-temperature steam
“Electrolysis (HTSE)” various material technologies and development trends in Japan’s “Policy and Development Trends Edition”
From NEDO projects, policies in the United States, Europe, and China, to technology development trends!
■ From: June 8, 2023
■ Supervision: Takaa Morita
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