Europe Waste-to-energy (Wte) Market Forecast 2019-2028

Europe Waste-to-energy (Wte) Market Forecast 2019-2028

KEY FINDINGS
The Europe waste-to-energy (WtE) market is predicted to evolve at a CAGR of 7.09% during the forecast period. The region generates enormous volumes of waste with the potential for energy recovery every year. This has paved the way for the implementation of many directives by the EU. Thus, government policies for waste management are among the primary factors propelling market growth.

MARKET INSIGHTS
The Europe waste-to-energy (WtE) market growth evaluation entails the market assessment of Germany, France, Belgium, Poland, Russia, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the rest of Europe. Germany is one of the largest municipal producers in the European region. The country has high recycling rates, almost 70% for industrial and commercial waste, and 67.6% for household waste. As per May 2018, there were 66 operational waste incineration plants in the country. The waste management responsibility is shared among the federal states, local authorities, and the national government. The National Ministry of Environment oversees strategic planning and information, along with drafting national legislation and setting priorities. As per the European Environment Agency, Germany was one of the first European countries to incorporate and introduce landfill limiting policies in the 1990s. Waste management has become a primary concern in Russia. The country is earnestly looking for implementing Waste-to-Energy (WtE) technologies for tackling the problem of increasing waste. The government has taken several measures like imposing ‘ecological fees’ in 2017 to meet the task of eliminating waste collection. Similarly, many projects are being planned, which is estimated to supplement market growth.

COMPETITIVE INSIGHTS
Some of the leading companies in the market are AMEC Foster Wheeler Plc (Acquired by Wood Group), Covanta Holding Corporation, Keppel Seghers, Waste Management Inc, etc.
Our report offerings include:
• Explore key findings of the overall market
• Strategic breakdown of market dynamics (Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Challenges)
• Market forecasts for a minimum of 9 years, along with 3 years of historical data for all segments, sub-segments, and regions
• Market Segmentation cater to a thorough assessment of key segments with their market estimations
• Geographical Analysis: Assessments of the mentioned regions and country-level segments with their market share
• Key analytics: Porter's Five Forces Analysis, Vendor Landscape, Opportunity Matrix, Key Buying Criteria, etc.
• Competitive landscape is the theoretical explanation of the key companies based on factors, market share, etc.
• Company profiling: A detailed company overview, product/services offered, SCOT analysis, and recent strategic developments


1. Research Scope & Methodology
1.1. Study Objectives
1.2. Scope Of Study
1.3. Methodology
1.4. Assumptions & Limitations
2. Executive Summary
2.1. Market Size & Estimates
2.2. Market Overview
3. Waste-to-energy Outlook
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Sources Of Waste
3.3. Waste-to-energy: The Concept
3.4. Benefits Of Waste-to-energy
3.5. Challenges To Waste-to-energy
3.6. Waste-to-energy Technology Analysis
3.6.1. Thermal
3.6.1.1. Incineration
3.6.1.2. Gasification
3.6.1.3. Pyrolysis
3.6.1.4. Plasma Arc Wte Technology
3.6.2. Biological
3.6.2.1. Anaerobic Digestion
3.6.2.2. Biogas To Energy
3.6.3. Physical
3.7. Waste-to-energy Strategy Analysis
3.8. Applications Of Waste-to-energy
3.8.1. Electricity
3.8.2. Heat
3.8.3. Combined Heat And Power (Chp)
3.8.4. Transport Fuels
4. Market Dynamics
4.1. Market Definition
4.2. Key Drivers
4.2.1. Depletion Of Conventional Energy Resources Augmenting Demand Of Renewable Energy
4.2.2. Growing Energy Demand
4.2.3. Increasing Municipal Waste Generation
4.2.4. Decline In The Number Of Landfill Sites
4.3. Key Restraints
4.3.1. High Initial Setup Cost
4.3.2. Resistance From Local Communities & Environment Groups
4.3.3. Stringent Environmental Guidelines
4.3.4. Lack Of Infrastructure & Skilled Workforce
4.3.5. Threat From Established Commercial Technologies Such As Solar Power, Hydropower, And Wind Power
4.3.6. Technological And Economical Obstacles
5. Key Analytics
5.1. Impact Of Covid-19 On Waste To Energy
5.2. Key Investment Insights
5.3. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
5.3.1. Buyer Power
5.3.2. Supplier Power
5.3.3. Substitution
5.3.4. New Entrants
5.3.5. Industry Rivalry
5.4. Opportunity Matrix
5.5. Vendor Landscape
5.6. Value Chain Analysis
5.6.1. Waste Producers
5.6.2. Waste Collection
5.6.3. Suppliers
5.6.4. Manufacturers
5.6.5. Distributors
5.6.6. Retailers
5.6.7. End-users
5.7. Key Buying Criteria
5.7.1. Price
5.7.2. Product Availability
5.7.3. Environmental Concerns
5.7.4. Alternatives
5.8. Regulatory Framework Regarding Waste Management
5.8.1. Europe
5.8.1.1. Current Practices
5.8.1.2. Waste Legislation And Policies
5.8.1.3. Role Of Biogas Feed-in Tariffs And Related Policies In Europe
5.8.1.4. Waste Management Practices In Europe
5.9. Automation In Waste To Energy
6. Market By Technology
6.1. Thermal
6.2. Biological
6.3. Physical
7. Market By Application
7.1. Electricity
7.2. Heat
7.3. Combined Heat & Power Units
7.4. Transport Fuels
7.5. Other Applications
8. Market By Waste Type
8.1. Municipal Waste
8.1.1. Residential
8.1.2. Commercial & Institutional
8.1.3. Construction & Demolition
8.1.4. Other Municipal Wastes
8.2. Process Waste
8.3. Medical Waste
8.4. Agriculture Waste
8.5. Other Wastes
9. Geographical Analysis
9.1. Europe
9.1.1. United Kingdom
9.1.2. Germany
9.1.3. France
9.1.4. Italy
9.1.5. Russia
9.1.6. Belgium
9.1.7. Poland
9.1.8. Rest Of Europe
10. Company Profiles
10.1. Amec Foster Wheeler Plc (Acquired By Wood Group)
10.2. Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises Inc
10.3. C&G Environmental Protection Holding Ltd
10.4. China Everbright International Ltd
10.5. Covanta Holding Corporation
10.6. Green Conversion Systems Inc
10.7. Hitachi Zosen Corporation
10.8. Keppel Seghers
10.9. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd
10.10. Plasco Conversion Systems (Acquired By Rmb Advisory Services)
10.11. Suez Environment Company
10.12. Veolia Environnement S.A.
10.13. Waste Management Inc
10.14. Wheelabrator Technologies Inc. (Acquired By Macquarie Infrastructure Partners)
10.15. Xcel Energy Inc
10.16. Bta International Gmbh
10.17. Martin Gmbh
10.18. Mvv Energie Ag

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