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Global Waste To Energy Market Forecast 2017-2026

Global Waste To Energy Market Forecast 2017-2026

KEY FINDINGS
Depletion of conventional energy resources has led to the exploration of deriving reusable energy from waste materials. This has considerably augmented the demand for the global Waste to Energy (WTE) market. Over the forecast period of 2017-2026, the market is expected to exhibit a 6.10% CAGR.

MARKET INSIGHTS
The waste to energy market is divided on the basis of WTE technologies. They are mainly of three types: Physical WTE technology, Biological WTE technology, and Thermal WTE technology. Presently, the thermal WTE technologies are gaining popularity all around the world. However, due to the advent of several advanced techniques, the WTE technology is likely to grow faster over the forecast period.

REGIONAL INSIGHTS
Asia-pacific, Europe, North America and rest of world are the geographical market segments for the global waste to energy market. In recent times, the Asia Pacific market has emerged as a primary hub for WTE technology, attracting a lot of global investors. However, the growth of the European market eclipsed all other regional markets in the year 2016. The region is home to a number of leading WTE companies. Belgium, Germany, France, U.K and the Netherlands are some of the significant contributors to the European market.

COMPETITIVE INSIGHTS
Xcel Energy, Amec Foster Wheeler (Acquire By Wood Group), C&G Environmental Protection Holdings Ltd, Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, China Everbright International, Green Conversion Systems, Covanta Technologies, Hitachi Zosen, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Keppel Seghers, Plasco Conversion Technologies (Acquired By Rmb Advisory Services), Veolia Environment, Suez Environment, Waste Management Inc, and Wheelabrator are few of the global market players who are engaged in the waste to energy market.


1. Research Scope
1.1. Study Goals
1.2. Scope Of The Market Study
1.3. Who Will Find This Report Useful?
1.4. Study And Forecasting Years
2. Research Methodology
2.1. Sources Of Data
2.1.1. Secondary Data
2.1.2. Primary Data
2.2. Top-down Approach
2.3. Bottom-up Approach
2.4. Data Triangulation
3. Executive Summary
3.1. Market Summary
3.2. Key Findings
3.2.1. Europe Accounts For The Largest Revenue Share Of The Overall Waste To Energy Market
3.2.2. Biological Wte Technology Is Anticipated To Be The Fastest Evolving Technology In This Market
3.2.3. Incineration Is The Dominant Thermal Waste-to-energy Technology
4. Waste-to-energy Outlook
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Sources Of Waste
4.3. Waste-to-energy: The Concept
4.4. Benefits Of Waste-to-energy
4.5. Challenges For Waste-to-energy
4.6. Waste-to-energy Technology Analysis
4.6.1. Thermal
4.6.1.1. Incineration
4.6.1.2. Gasification
4.6.1.3. Pyrolysis
4.6.1.4. Plasma-arc Wte Technology
4.6.2. Biological
4.6.2.1. Anaerobic Digestion
4.6.2.2. Biogas To Energy
4.6.3. Physical
4.7. Waste-to-energy Strategy Analysis
4.8. Applications Of Waste-to-energy
4.8.1. Electricity
4.8.2. Heat
4.8.3. Combined Heat And Power (Chp)
4.8.4. Transport Fuels
5. Market Dynamics
5.1. Market Definition And Scope
5.2. Market Drivers
5.2.1. Depletion Of Conventional Energy Resources Augmenting The Demand Of Renewable Energy
5.2.2. Growing Energy Demand
5.2.3. Increasing Municipal Waste Generation.
5.2.4. Decline In The Number Of Landfill Sites
5.3. Market Restraints
5.3.1. High Initial Setup Cost
5.3.2. Opposition From Local Communities & Environment Groups
5.3.3. Stringent Environmental Guidelines
5.4. Market Opportunities
5.4.1. Emergence Of Asia-pacific Market As A Major Hub For Wte
5.4.2. Hydrothermal Carbonisation (Htc) & Dendro Liquid Energy (Dle) - Key Emerging Technologies
5.5. Market Challenges
5.5.1. Lack Of Infrastructure And Skilled Workforce
5.5.2. Threat From Established Commercial Technologies Such As Solar Power, Hydropower And Wind Power
5.5.3. Technological And Economical Obstacles
6. Market Segmentation - By Technology
6.1. Thermal
6.2. Biological
6.3. Physical
7. Legal, Policy & Regulatory Frameworks Regarding Waste Management
7.1. United States
7.1.1. Current Practices
7.1.2. Regulatory Framework
7.2. Europe
7.2.1. Current Practices
7.2.2. Waste Legislation And Policies
7.2.3. Role Of Biogas Feed-in Tariffs And Related Policies In Europe
7.2.4. Waste Management Practices In Europe
7.3. Asean Countries
7.3.1. Current Practices
7.3.2. Waste Legislation And Policies
7.4. India
7.4.1. Current Practices
7.4.2. Waste Legislation And Policies
7.5. China
7.5.1. Current Practices
7.5.2. Waste Legislation And Policies
7.6. Japan
7.6.1. Recycling Laws
7.6.2. Current Practices
7.6.3. Waste Legislation And Policies
7.7. Australia
7.7.1. Current Practices
7.7.2. Waste Legislation And Policies
7.8. South Korea
8. Key Analytics
8.1. Porter’s Five Force Analysis
8.1.1. Threat Of New Entrants
8.1.2. Threat Of Substitute
8.1.3. Bargaining Power Of Suppliers
8.1.4. Bargaining Power Of Buyers
8.1.5. Intensity Of Competitive Rivalry
8.2. Opportunity Matrix
8.3. Key Buying Criteria
8.3.1. Price
8.3.2. Product Availability
8.3.3. Environmental Concerns
8.3.4. Alternatives
8.4. Value Chain Analysis
8.4.1. Waste Producers
8.4.2. Waste Collection
8.4.3. Suppliers
8.4.4. Manufacturers
8.4.5. Distributors
8.4.6. Retailers
8.4.7. End-users
9. Geographical Analysis
9.1. North America
9.1.1. United States
9.1.2. Canada
9.2. Europe
9.2.1. Germany
9.2.2. United Kingdom
9.2.3. Spain
9.2.4. Italy
9.2.5. France
9.2.6. Rest Of Europe
9.3. Asia Pacific
9.3.1. China
9.3.2. Japan
9.3.3. India
9.3.4. Thailand
9.3.5. Rest Of Asia Pacific
9.4. Rest Of World
9.4.1. Latin America
9.4.2. Middle East And Africa
10. Company Profiles
10.1. Amec Foster Wheeler (Acquire By Wood Group)
10.2. Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises
10.3. C&G Environmental Protection Holdings Ltd.
10.4. China Everbright International,
10.5. Covanta Technologies
10.6. Green Conversion Systems
10.7. Hitachi Zosen
10.8. Keppel Seghers
10.9. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
10.10. Plasco Conversion Technologies (Acquired By Rmb Advisory Services)
10.11. Suez Environment
10.12. Veolia Environment
10.13. Waste Management Inc
10.14. Wheelabrator
10.15. Xcel Energy
List Of Tables
Table 1: Global Waste To Energy Market, By Geography, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Table 2: Types Or Sources Of Waste
Table 3: Key Benefits Of Waste-to-energy Processes
Table 4: Key Challenges To Wte Markets
Table 5: Key Thermal Wte Suppliers By Type Of Incineration
Table 6: Key Alternative Thermal Wte Technology Providers With The Number Of Plants, Throughput And Technology Configuration
Table 7: Comparison Between Combustion, Gasification, And Pyrolysis
Table 8: Comparison Of Conventional Technologies With Alternative Wte Technologies
Table 9: List Of Methods Under Investigation For Improving Biogas Yields
Table 10: Difference Between Anaerobic And Aerobic Digestion
Table 11: List Of Potential Municipal Solid Wastes
Table 12: Important Parameters For Anaerobic Digestion
Table 13: Difference Between Mesophilic And Thermophilic Anaerobic Digestion
Table 14: Benefits And Limitations Of Different Anaerobic Digestion Process Configurations
Table 15: Comparison Of General Characteristics Of Various Power Generators
Table 16: Different Fuel Cell Types Used For Biogas Conversion
Table 17: Projected Waste Generation Data For 2025, By Region
Table 18: Carbon Efficiency Of Several Biofuel Production Processes
Table 19: Competing Renewable Technologies
Table 20: Global Waste To Energy Market, By Technology, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Table 21: Global Thermal Waste To Energy Technology Market, By Region, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Table 22: Global Biological Waste To Energy Technology Market, By Region, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Table 23: Global Physical Waste To Energy Technology Market, By Region, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Table 24: Key Legislation And Policies For Waste Management In The United States
Table 25: Key Legislation And Policies For Waste Management In Europe
Table 26: Comparison Of Financial Incentive Policies Adopted By Various European Countries
Table 27: Key Legislation And Policies For Waste Management In Asean Countries
Table 28: Key Legislation And Policies For Waste Management In India
Table 29: Projected Municipal Waste Generation For Urban Population In China, 2000–2030
Table 30: Key Legislation And Policies For Waste Management In China
Table 31: Key Legislation And Policies For Waste Management In Japan
Table 32: Estimated Ratios Of Different Types Of Waste In Msw, Australia
Table 33: Key Legislation And Policies For Waste Management In Australia
Table 34: Opportunity Matrix Of Waste To Energy Market
Table 35: Global Waste To Energy Market, By Geography, 2017-2026, (In $ Million)
Table 36: North America Waste To Energy Market, By Country, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Table 37: List Of Waste-to-energy Facilities In United States
Table 38: Europe Waste To Energy Market, By Country, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Table 39: Levels Of Waste Management In Europe
Table 40: Asia Pacific Waste To Energy Market, By Country, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Table 41: Waste To Energy Techniques Practiced In Major Cities In India (Tonnes Per Day)
Table 42: Power Generation Potential From Municipal Solid Waste In India
Table 43: Timeline Of Waste To Energy Plants In Thailand, 2010-2016
List Of Figures
Figure 1: Global Waste To Energy Market, By Technology, 2016 & 2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 2: Europe Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 3: Revenue Generated By Biological Waste To Energy Technology, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 4: Market Investment For Incineration In Asia Pacific, Europe And North America
Figure 5: Composition Of Municipal Solid Waste (Msw)
Figure 6: Basic Pathways Of Waste-to-energy
Figure 7: Thermal Waste-to-energy Technology Types
Figure 8: Worldwide Renewable Electricity Installed Capacity, By Source, 2012–2019 (Gw)
Figure 9: Worldwide Gdp Growth Rate And Trends By Economy (Actual And Projected), 2010–2025 (In %)
Figure 10: Worldwide Region-wise Energy Consumption, 2015–2035 (Mtoe = Million Tons Of Oil Equivalent)
Figure 11: Worldwide Available Municipal Waste For Wte, 2009–2016 (Million Tons)
Figure 12: Landfilling Trend In Europe: Msw Generated Vs. Msw Landfilled, 2013–2016 (Million Metric Tons)
Figure 13: Global Waste To Energy Market, By Thermal Technology, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 14: Global Waste To Energy Market, By Biological Technology, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 15: Global Waste To Energy Market, By Physical Technology, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 16: South Australia Waste To Resources Hierarchy Level
Figure 17: Porter’s Five Force Model Of Waste To Energy Market
Figure 18: Key Buying Impact Analysis
Figure 19: Value Chain Analysis Of Waste-to-energy Market
Figure 20: Global Waste To Energy Market, Regional Outlook, 2016 & 2026 (In %)
Figure 21: United States Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 22: Canada Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 23: Germany Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 24: United Kingdom Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 25: Number Of Waste-to-energy Facilities In United Kingdom, 2014-2016
Figure 26: Spain Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 27: Italy Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 28: France Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 29: Rest Of Europe Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 30: China Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 31: Japan Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 32: India Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 33: Thailand Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 34: Rest Of Asia Pacific Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)
Figure 35: Rest Of World Waste To Energy Market, 2017-2026 (In $ Million)

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