New Energies and Materials

The next frontiers in energy

Besides currently exploiting commercial opportunities in rapidly growing markets – like solar and wind energy – energy majors are already proactively looking at the next generation of energy sources, fuels, and materials. Their challenge is not only identifying the most promising technologies but also selecting the appropriate fit for their capabilities and strategic goals.

FutureBridge enables energy majors to promptly spot and leverage technological innovations emanating from across industries.

FutureBridge enables energy majors to promptly spot and leverage technological innovations emanating from across industries.

      New energy resources and materials

  • Next generation of biofuels
  • New renewable energy technologies
  • Unconventional fossil-fuel technologies
  • Power to gas
  • Hydrogen technology
  • Green chemistry
  • Nanotechnology
  • New materials

 

Key questions industry is grappling with

​Which are the different technologies available for upgradation of biomass pyrolysis oil? And, what is their technology maturity level?

What are the alternative materials (beyond silicon) under development for solar PV modules?

What are the innovative materials under development for improving the cost effectiveness of the power-to-gas electrolyser?

What are all the advanced materials technologies that have the potential to disrupt energy mix in coming future?

What are the novel or emerging technology trends for structural adhesives and their market potential in the wind energy sector?

Which are the new and upcoming technology developments across different battery technology chemistry?

Our Clients

 Our long-standing clients include some of the worlds leading brands and forward-thinking corporations.

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