Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Mitsubishi Power, Ltd.
KYOCERA Corporation

7 Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Manufacturers in 2024

This section provides an overview for solid oxide fuel cells as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 7 solid oxide fuel cell manufacturers and their company rankings. Here are the top-ranked solid oxide fuel cell companies as of March, 2024: 1.CerPoTech, 2.Watt Fuel Cell Corporation, 3.Nexceris.

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List of 7 Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Manufacturers

*Including some distributors, etc.

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    • Nexceris
      • United States of America Address: 404 Enterprise Dr, Lewis Center, Ohio, United States of America

      Manufacturer Overview

      Nexceris, established in 1994 and based in Lewis Center, Ohio, United States, is a manufacturer of fuel cell and battery materials, coating, and other materials that are catered to OEM markets. The company works on advanced materials, batteries, fuel cells, and sensors and develops SOFC materials. The company has also come up with designs for electrolyte-supported planar cells. Nexceris developed electrodes for high-temperature electrolysis. This company's electronically controlled sintering furnaces are used to manufacture ceramic components and powders. The company has advanced materials and battery technology innovations and holds 16 US patents.

      • United States of America Address: 402 East Main Street, Suite 800, Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, United States of America

      Manufacturer Overview

      Watt Fuel Cell was established in 2010, and is a manufacturer of advanced fuel cell technology devices. Based in New York, United States, the company specializes in the design and production of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell ("SOFC") stacks and systems engineered to efficiently run on easily accessible hydrocarbon fuels, including propane, diesel, JP-8, and natural gas, reducing carbon emissions and promoting green energy solutions. The fuel cell technology is utilized in transportation, backup power systems, and off-grid applications, offering an safe energy solutions for a cleaner future.

    • Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
      • Japan Address: 1-1, Takashima 1-chome, Nishi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

      Manufacturer Overview

      Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., is a global car manufacturer, founded in 1933 and headquartered in Yokohama, Japan, The company sells a full line of vehicles under the Nissan and INFINITI brands. Its product range includes sedans, compact cars, SUVs, sports cars, and minivans, catering to various automotive needs. Its headquarters manages operations in four regions which includes Japan-ASEAN, China, Americas, and AMIEO that comprises of Africa, Middle East, India, Europe & Oceania.

    • Mitsubishi Power, Ltd.
      • Japan Address: 2-3, Marunouchi 3-chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan

      Manufacturer Overview

      Mitsubishi Power, Ltd. is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan as a manufacturer of power generation technology and solutions since 2014. The company designs products that are utilized to build power plants, such as they make Gas Turbines that are the core product for Gas turbine combined cycle (GTCC) power plants. Similarly, their Steam turbines and Boilers are vital for thermal and geothermal power plants, and their Turbine generators provide solutions for cooling systems. Their power systems can handle enormous projects and Energy Storage solutions solve short-term as well as long-term power storage needs.

    • KYOCERA Corporation
      • Japan Address: 6 Takeda Tobadono-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Kyoyo, Japan

      Company Overview

      Kyocera Corporation was incorporated in 1946 in Kyoto, Japan as Kyoto Ceramics, but the name was later shortened to Kyocera. Kyocera is a multinational manufacturer and distributor of consumer products as well as industrial components including ceramic and electronic components used in the semiconductor, wireless communications, electronics, and wireless communications markets. Kyocera’s consumer products line includes smartphones and kitchenware such as ceramic knives, cookware, and drinkware. Ceramics are used in semiconductors, solar photovoltaic modules, as well as cutting tools. Kyocera’s electronics cameras, LCDs, medical products, and more.

Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Manufacturer Ranking

*Including some distributors, etc.

Derivation Method

The ranking is calculated based on the click share within the solid oxide fuel cell page as of March 2024. Click share is defined as the total number of clicks for all companies during the period divided by the number of clicks for each company.

Number of Employees

  1. Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.: 134,111
  2. KYOCERA Corporation: 83,001
  3. Watt Fuel Cell Corporation: 24

Newly Established Company

  1. Mitsubishi Power, Ltd.: 2014 (10 years ago)
  2. Watt Fuel Cell Corporation: 2010 (14 years ago)
  3. CerPoTech: 2007 (17 years ago)

Company with a History

  1. KYOCERA Corporation: 1959 (65 years ago)
  2. Nexceris: 1994 (30 years ago)
  3. CerPoTech: 2007 (17 years ago)

Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Manufacturers in United States

*Including some distributors, etc.

Global Distribution of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Manufacturers by Country

*Including some distributors, etc.

Country Number of Companies Share (%)
Japan Japan 3 42.9%
United States of America United States of America 2 28.6%
Norway Norway 1 14.3%
Estonia 1 14.3%

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