ecoprog is an independent consultancy in the energy and environmental business based in Cologne.
ecoprog is consulting private and public energy companies, utilities, disposal companies, plant operators, suppliers, the ancillary industry, business associations, political decision makers, economic promotion institutions as well as research facilities in the environmental and energy industries.
In doing do, we focus on analysing the respective segment. Key aspects of the consultancy services of ecoprog are:
- market and competitor analyses
- mergers and acquisitions / market due diligence
- strategy advisors
- economic feasibility studies
ecoprog does not work on behalf of individual clients. Together with selected cooperation partners, we also design and carry out market studies on chosen environmental technology sub segments. Multi-client studies base on the main idea that many companies in a specific industry need the same kind of information. With its market analyses, ecoprog covers exactly this overlapping information demand.
... the description and market shares of all important operators and technology providers data on more than 2,450 waste treatment plants with more than 4,100 incineration units worldwide the description and analysis of almost 890 projects ... Read More
... 5 years, an average of about 25 new MBT plants were constructed annually in Europe. In this way, an average of about 2.2 million annual tons were commissioned each year. In early 2017, Europe has ... Read More
... the market development, volumes, drivers, participants and competition – but do not need dataon individual plants or projects. In addition to the analyst version, the original version of this survey contains additional data materialin the ... Read More
... development, volumes, drivers, participants and competition – but do not need data on individualplants or projects. In addition to the analyst version, the original version of this survey contains additional data material. Moreprecisely: Specific data ... Read More
... increase from around 7,000 MWel to 9,600 MWel, while the number of biogas plants will grow from circa 12,000 to 15,000. Subsidies for electricity, heat or fuel produced in biogas facilities will remain the main ... Read More
... An overview of market factors, fuels, treatment technologies as well as investment and operation costs and revenues (with exemplary calculations). An analysis of biomass electricity generation subsidisation (feed-in tariffs, quota systems and auctions) by country ... Read More
... estimated capacity of 5.2 million tons will be commissioned. This is a growth of 25% and the number of plants will increase by about 300. Today, Europe has almost 1,200 active plastic sorting and recycling ... Read More