Global Biogas Power Plants Industry 2016 Market Report; Launched via MarketResearchReports.com

The Global Biogas Power Plants Industry Report 2016 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Biogas Power Plants industry.

Currently, the global biogas production in 2015 is about 56800M CBM together with 23200 unit operating plants, in which livestock farm plants account about 56% of total operating plants, and 40% of total biogas production, followed by landfill plants, with 15% of total operating plants account for 39% of the total biogas production. Europe is the largest biogas production area occupies over 40% of the total biogas production, and the installed capacity market share up to 65%, followed by China and USA, their biogas production respectively account for 32% and 24% in the total biogas production.

The report provides a basic overview of the industry. The Biogas Power Plants market analysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, competitive landscape analysis, and key regions development status. Development policies and plans are discussed as well as various appliications are also analyzed.

The report focuses on global major leading industry players providing information such as operator profiles, and contact information. Upstream equipment analysis is also carried out.

With 167 tables and figures the report provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.

Spanning over 157 pages Global Biogas Power Plants Industry Report 2016” report covers Industry Overview, Industry Policy Analysis of Biogas Power Plants, Major Countries Analysis of Biogas Power Industry, Major Regions and Feedstock Analysis of Biogas Power Plants, Market Status of Biogas Power Plants in Major Countries 2010-2015, 2010-2015 Biogas Electricity Generation, Installed Capacity, Operating Plant, and Biogas Production in Major Countries, Major Equipment Supplier Analysis of Biogas Power Plants, Major Operator Analysis of Biogas Power Plants, Market Forecast of Biogas Power Plants in Major Countries 2016-2020, 2016-2020 Biogas Electricity Generation, Installed Capacity, Operating Plant, and Biogas Production in Major Countries, Major Regions and Feedstock Forecast of Biogas Power Plants, Conclusion of Global Biogas Power Plants Industry.

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Global Biopower Market – Capacity, Generation, Market Size, Major Feedstock, Regulations, and Key Country Analysis to 2025, New Report Launched

Global Biopower Market to Show Steady Growth until 2025 despite Slump in Annual Additions

Global cumulative biopower installed capacity increased significantly from 49 Gigawatts (GW) in 2006 to 87.6 GW in 2013. A major portion of this increased capacity employed several biomass conversion technologies, while a small portion used landfill gas or biomass gasification complemented by biogas conversion technology. The rise in global installed capacity during this period can be attributed to the installations in Brazil and China. Brazil used almost entirely solid-biomass conversion, with negligible biogas capacity addition. China, on the other hand, installed both biomass and biogas plants. Steady growth of the cumulative capacity is expected to continue, to reach 165.1 GW by the end of 2025, with more than 80% of the capacity using solid biomass conversion technology.

Wood Waste, Bagasse and Municipal Solid Waste to Remain Major Feedstocks

By mid-2014, wood waste was the most-used biopower feedstock, based on cumulative capacity. Around 32% of all biopower capacity used wood waste as their primary feedstock, as it is very widely available from a number of sources, such as timber businesses. Bagasse was the second most popular, with a 25.77% share, driven by sugarcane’s status as a major crop in India, Brazil and China, three of the largest biopower markets. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), which is also a universally available feedstock, was the third most popular at 16.72%. Landfill gas, wastewater and palm oil had smaller shares, while other feedstock materials contributed 17.25% of the biopower capacity. In 2019, the shares of these feedstock materials are expected to be more or less the same.

Brazil and the UK had the Largest Solid Biomass Capacity Additions in 2013

In 2013, Brazil installed the largest biomass power capacity globally, with 1,730 Megawatts (MW), or 29.7% of the total for that year. The UK was a distant second at 12%, with an annual capacity addition of 641 MW. India, which has a large potential for biomass power, made a significant addition to its capacity with 500 MW, which equated to 10% of the global capacity addition. Thailand, Germany, China, Poland, and Italy followed, with 7.3%, 6.5%, 5%, 4.8% and 2.6% respectively. All other countries’ biomass power capacity additions accounted for the remaining 22% of the global annual capacity.

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Global Biopower Market – Capacity, Generation, Market Size, Major Feedstock, Regulations, and Key Country Analysis Report till 2025 Has Launched

Wood Waste, Bagasse and Municipal Solid Waste to Remain Major Feedstocks. By mid-2014, wood waste was the most-used biopower feedstock, based on cumulative capacity. Around 32% of all biopower capacity used wood waste as their primary feedstock, as it is very widely available from a number of sources, such as timber businesses. Bagasse was the second most popular, with a 25.77% share, driven by sugarcane’s status as a major crop in India, Brazil and China, three of the largest biopower markets. Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), which is also a universally available feedstock, was the third most popular at 16.72%. Landfill gas, wastewater and palm oil had smaller shares, while other feedstock materials contributed 17.25% of the biopower capacity.

Brazil and the UK had the Largest Solid Biomass Capacity Additions in 2013. In 2013, Brazil installed the largest biomass power capacity globally, with 1,730 Megawatts (MW), or 29.7% of the total for that year. The UK was a distant second at 12%, with an annual capacity addition of 641 MW. India, which has a large potential for biomass power, made a significant addition to its capacity with 500 MW, which equated to 10% of the global capacity addition. Thailand, Germany, China, Poland, and Italy followed, with 7.3%, 6.5%, 5%, 4.8% and 2.6% respectively. All other countries’ biomass power capacity additions accounted for the remaining 22% of the global annual capacity.

New report “Global Biopower Market – Capacity, Generation, Market Size, Major Feedstock, Regulations, and Key Country Analysis to 2025“, provides a clear overview of and detailed insight into the global biopower market. It explains the key drivers and challenges affecting the market and also provides data regarding historic and forecast market growth, average capital expenditure, market size and regulations, globally and in the key biopower countries: US, Brazil, UK, Germany, India, and China.

Why you should by this report

  • Detailed historic and forecast statistics for annual biomass and biogas installations from 2006 to 2025, both globally and for each of the key countries
  • Review of technology and cost
  • Coverage of the key growth drivers and challenges related to the global biopower market
  • Coverage of key countries in the biopower market and details of the share of biopower installations held by each
  • Explanation of the policies and regulations related to biopower in each of the key countries, and their impact on the market.

Target Audience: Investors, Government Agencies, Power Generation Companies, Turn Key Solution Provides, Policy Makers, Energy Consultants

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