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生質能發電的全球市場 2016-2021年:發電,熱電聯產 (CHP) 、生物質火力蒸氣發電廠,燃煤發電廠的生物質轉換,高效率同時燒成的生質能發電的容量 & CAPEX預測

Biomass to Power Market Report 2016-2026: Capacity & CAPEX Forecasts for Biomass Power in Electricity Generation, Combined Heat and Power (CHP), Biomass-Fired Steam Power Plants, Coal-Fired Plant Conversion to Biomass, High-Efficiency Co-Firing

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生質能發電的全球市場 2016-2021年:發電,熱電聯產 (CHP) 、生物質火力蒸氣發電廠,燃煤發電廠的生物質轉換,高效率同時燒成的生質能發電的容量 & CAPEX預測 Biomass to Power Market Report 2016-2026: Capacity & CAPEX Forecasts for Biomass Power in Electricity Generation, Combined Heat and Power (CHP), Biomass-Fired Steam Power Plants, Coal-Fired Plant Conversion to Biomass, High-Efficiency Co-Firing
出版日期: 2016年08月16日 內容資訊: 英文 186 Pages
簡介

生質能發電的市場規模預計2016年超過59億3,300萬美元。促進生質能源的生產與利用的要素,是許多國家的能源需求的劇增,及地區、全球性環境問題、目標等。生質能源引進的相關課題,是石油燃料價格低,及其他幾個再生能源來源,尤其是風力、太陽能光電發電的能源價格的急劇下落等。

本報告提供全球生質能發電市場調查,市場發展的過程,市場成長推動因素、抑制因素,主要國家市場詳細分析與預測,主要企業簡介,及今後展望等彙整資料。

第1章 報告概要

第2章 簡介:生質能發電市場

  • 生質能發電技術
  • 生質能發電的特徵、演進
  • 生質能發電的普及未來

第3章 全球生質能發電市場

  • 地區的生質能發電市場
  • 全球生質能發電市場促進要素、抑制因素
    • 人口增加、都市化的擴大相關問題
    • 生物質能提供其他的能源安全保障嗎?
    • 生質能源的經濟學能累計嗎?
    • 高成本及有限的資金:生質能發電市場抑制因素
    • 政府的政策推動生質能發電市場嗎?
    • 污染,NIMBYism、回收:反對生質能發電的市民
    • 均衡的議論:生質能發電的展望

第4章 歐洲的生質能發電市場

  • EU的顆粒生產、消費模式
  • 歐洲的生質能源的優點
  • 影響歐洲的生質能發電市場的摘要
  • 英國的生質能發電市場
  • 愛爾蘭的生質能發電市場
  • 德國的生質能發電市場
  • 澳洲的生質能發電市場
  • 芬蘭的生質能發電市場
  • 丹麥的生質能發電市場
  • 荷蘭的生質能發電市場

第5章 亞太地區的生質能發電市場

  • 中國的生質能發電市場
  • 日本的生質能發電市場
  • 印度的生質能發電市場
  • 澳洲的生質能發電市場
  • 其他亞太地區的生質能發電市場

第6章 北美的生質能發電市場

  • 美國的生質能發電市場
  • 加拿大的生質能發電市場

第7章 南美的生質能發電市場

  • 巴西的生質能發電市場
  • 其他南美國家的生質能發電市場

第8章 非洲的生質能發電市場預測

  • 撒哈拉以南非洲的生質能發電市場
  • 南部非洲的生質能發電市場

第9章 垃圾焚化發電 (WtE) 市場PEST分析

第10章 專家的見解

第11章 生質能發電市場主要企業

  • Babcock & Wilcox Volund A/S
  • China Everbright International Limited
  • New Generation Power International
  • CHE Group
  • Dohwa Engineering
  • Veolia Environnement
  • 其他的企業

第12章 結論、預測

第13章 用語

圖表清單

目錄
Product Code: ENE0066

Visiongain assesses that CapEx on Biomass-to-Power will reach $5,933 million in 2016. Drivers for the production and use of biomass energy included rapidly rising energy demand in many countries and local and global environmental concerns and goals. Challenges to bioenergy deployment included low fossil fuel prices and rapidly falling energy prices of some other renewable energy sources, especially wind and solar PV. Ongoing debates about the sustainability of bioenergy, including indirect land-use change and carbon balance also affect development in the sector. Given these challenges, national policy frameworks continue to have a large influence on deployment of biomass to power technologies.

Report scope: Resources used for biomass to energy include agricultural residues; animal manure; wood wastes from forestry and industry; residues from food and paper industries; municipal green wastes; sewage sludge; dedicated energy crops such as short-rotation (3-15 years) coppice (eucalyptus, poplar, willow), grasses (miscanthus), sugar crops (sugar cane, beetroot, sorghum), starch crops (corn, wheat) and oil crops (soy, sunflower, oilseed rape, iatropha, palm oil). Organic wastes and residues have been the major biomass sources so far, but energy crops are gaining importance and market share. Residues, wastes and bagasse are primarily used for heat & power generation. Sugar, starch and oil crops are primarily used for fuel production.

The study of biomass to power is the main aim of this report; hence, this report only includes plants that generate at least some electricity from solid biomass. Bio-refineries and anaerobic digesters (AD) are not included in this project, as they use biogas to energy or bio waste AD technologies and cover different aspects of the energy industry. With reference to this report, biomass for energy includes a wide range of materials. The realities of the economics mean that high-value material for which there is an alternative market, such as good quality large timber, are very unlikely to become available for energy applications. However, there are huge resources of residues, co-products and waste that exist that could potentially become available at relatively low or even negative costs, where there is currently a requirement to pay for disposal.

This report mainly covers the CAPEX spending on new and upgraded biomass to power plants globally, forecasting this from 2016 to 2026. This report also covers the installed capacity of new and future biomass plants globally in megawatts (MW) throughout the same period of time. This includes direct combustion, advanced thermal and gasification, but not biological processes. In gasification, biomass is pre-treated and then placed in a gasifier with little or no oxygen, and undergoes chemical conversion to produce syngas, which can be burned to produce electricity and/or heating.

Spending is presented in US dollars ($). Spending accounts for capital expenditure of projects, including construction, upgrades and replacement facilities, but not general operational maintenance. In addition, the report includes installed power capacity for operational biomass power plants on a global and regional level, as well as forecasts for the level of capacity these markets will reach until 2026.

5 Reasons why you must order and read this report today:

1. The report delivers considerable added value by revealing global and regional market forecasts and analysis covering the period 2016 to 2026 in terms of capital spending ($m) and installed capacity (MW):

  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Africa

2. It outlines key legislation, programmes and drivers and restraints in a large number of national biomass to power markets:

  • UK
  • Ireland
  • Germany
  • Austria
  • Finland
  • Denmark
  • Netherlands
  • China
  • Japan
  • India
  • Australia
  • US
  • Canada
  • Brazil
  • South Africa

3. The analysis is also underpinned by our exclusive interviews with 2 leading experts:

  • Principal consultant for re:heat and respected biomass energy expert Steve Luker
  • Dr. Ehsan Ali of the Punjab Bioenergy Institute at UAF in Pakistan

4. The report profiles the leading companies operating within the sector:

  • Babcock & Wilcox Vǿlund
  • China Everbright
  • New Generation Power International
  • CHE Group
  • Dohwa Engineering
  • Veolia Environnement
  • Orthios Group

5. Project tables and analysis provide extensive details of major contracts and programmes:

  • Operator
  • Technology type
  • Capacity (tpa)
  • Capacity (MW)
  • Construction
  • Status
  • CAPEX ($m)

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The report will answer questions such as:

  • What are the prospects for the overall biomass-to-power industry?
  • Where are the major investments occurring?
  • Who are the key players in the biomass-to-power industry?
  • What are the market dynamics underpinning the sector?
  • How consolidated is the sector amongst the large industry players?

This independent 186 page report guarantees you will remain better informed than your competition. With 93 tables and figures examining the biomass to power market space, the report gives you a visual, one-stop breakdown of your market including capital expenditure and installed capacity forecasts from 2016-2026, as well as analysis, keeping your knowledge that one step ahead helping you to succeed.

This report is essential reading for you or anyone in the energy or waste sectors with an interest in biomass energy. Purchasing this report today will help you to recognise those important market opportunities and understand the possibilities there. I look forward to receiving your order.

Table of Contents

1. Report Overview

  • 1.1 Global Biomass to Power Market Overview
  • 1.2 Market Definition
  • 1.3 Market Segmentation
  • 1.4 Methodology
  • 1.5 How This Report Delivers
  • 1.6 Why You Should Read This Report
  • 1.7 Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report
  • 1.8 Who is This Report For?
  • 1.9 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
  • 1.10 Other Visiongain Reports
  • 1.11 About Visiongain

2. Introduction to the Biomass to Power Market

  • 2.1 Biomass to Power Technologies
  • 2.2 The Characteristics and Evolution of Biomass to Power Production
  • 2.3 Pathways to Widespread Uptake of Biomass Power

3. The Global Biomass to Power Market 2016-2026

  • 3.1 Regional Biomass to Power Markets 2016-2026
  • 3.2 Global Biomass to Power Market Drivers & Restraints
    • 3.2.1 The Issues with Increased Population Growth and Urbanisation
    • 3.2.2 Can Biomass Provide Added Energy Security?
    • 3.2.3 Do the Economics of Biomass Energy Stack Up?
    • 3.2.4 High Costs and Limited Funding: Restraints for the Biomass to Power Market
    • 3.2.5 Are Government Policies Driving the Biomass to Power Market?
    • 3.2.6 Pollution, NIMBYism, Recycling: Public Opposition to Biomass to Power
    • 3.2.7 A Balanced Argument: An Outlook for Biomass to Power

4. The European Biomass to Power Market 2016-2026

  • 4.1 EU Pellet Production and Consumption Patterns
  • 4.2 European Bioenergy Benefits
  • 4.3 A Summary of the Legislation Impacting the European Biomass to Power Market
  • 4.4 The UK Biomass to Power Market
    • 4.4.1 Government Policies and Incentives for Renewable Energy Sources
    • 4.4.2 Is Environmental Legislation Helping the UK Biomass to Power Market?
    • 4.4.3 UK Public Opposition
    • 4.4.4 Importing Biomass in the UK
    • 4.4.5 Major UK Biomass Power Plant Projects
  • 4.5 The Irish Biomass to Power Market
    • 4.5.1 Major Irish Biomass Power Plant Projects
  • 4.6 The German Biomass to Power Market
    • 4.6.1 Major German Biomass Power Plant Projects
  • 4.7 The Austrian Biomass to Power Market
  • 4.8 The Finnish Biomass to Power Market
    • 4.8.1 Possible Restraints for the Biomass to Power Market in Finland
    • 4.8.2 Major Finnish Biomass Power Plant Projects
  • 4.9 The Danish Biomass to Power Market
    • 4.9.1 Major Danish Biomass Power Plant Projects
  • 4.10 The Dutch Biomass to Power Market
    • 4.10.1 Key Mechanisms with Relevance to Biomass Energy in the Netherlands

5. The Asia-Pacific Biomass to Power Market 2016-2026

  • 5.1 The Chinese Biomass to Power Market
    • 5.1.1 Biomass Resources in China
    • 5.1.2 The Legal Basis for the Development of Biomass Power in China
    • 5.1.3 Chinese Biomass Power Targets
    • 5.1.4 The Potential Growth of Biomass Power in China
    • 5.1.5 Incentive Mechanisms for the Development of Biomass Power in China
    • 5.1.6 Major Chinese Biomass Power Plant Projects
    • 5.1.7 Future Prospects for the Chinese Biomass to Power Market
  • 5.2 The Japanese Biomass to Power Market
    • 5.2.1 Japanese Biomass Incentives and Policies
    • 5.2.2 Major Japanese Biomass Power Plant Projects
  • 5.3 The Indian Biomass to Power Market
    • 5.3.1 Challenges to the Indian Biomass to Power Market
    • 5.3.2 Major Indian Biomass Power Plant Projects
  • 5.4. The Australian Biomass to Power Market
    • 5.4.1 Australian Biomass Policies and Regulations
    • 5.4.2 Grants and Incentives for the Australian Biomass to Power Market
    • 5.4.3 Major Australian Biomass Power Plant Projects
  • 5.5 Rest of Asia-Pacific Biomass to Power Market
    • 5.5.1 The Pakistani Biomass to Power Market
      • 5.5.1.1 Major Pakistani Biomass Power Plant Projects
    • 5.5.2 The Philippines Biomass to Power Market
    • 5.5.2.1 Major Philippines Biomass Power Plant Projects
    • 5.5.3 The Indonesian Biomass to Power Market
    • 5.5.4 The Malaysian Biomass to Power Market

6. The North American Biomass to Power Market 2016-2026

  • 6.1 The US Biomass to Power Market
    • 6.1.1 Drivers and Restraints for Biomass Energy at the State Level
    • 6.1.2 Is Government Support Driving Biomass Energy Investments in the US?
    • 6.1.3 Major US Biomass Power Plant Projects
  • 6.2 The Canadian Biomass to Power Market
    • 6.2.1 Investment Opportunities in Canadian States
    • 6.2.2 Canadian Biomass Energy Market Drivers and Restraints
    • 6.2.3 Major Canadian Biomass Power Plant Projects

7. The Latin American Biomass to Power Market

  • 7.1 The Brazilian Biomass to Power Market
    • 7.1.1 Available Funding and Incentives for Renewable Energy Generation in Brazil
    • 7.1.2 Brazil Biomass to Power Future Plants
    • 7.1.3 Future Outlook for the Biomass Power Market in Brazil
  • 7.2 Other Latin American Biomass to Power Markets

8. African Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026

  • 8.1 The Sub-Saharan African Biomass to Power Market
  • 8.2 The South African Biomass to Power Market
    • 8.2.1 Major South African Biomass Power Plant Projects

9. PEST Analysis of the Waste-to-Energy Market

  • 9.1 Political
  • 9.2 Economic
  • 9.3 Social
  • 9.4 Technological

10. Expert Opinion

  • 10.1 re:heat
    • 10.1.1 Re:heat's role in the Biomass Market
    • 10.1.2 Potential Cost Reductions for Biomass Heating Installations Report
    • 10.1.3 Brexit's Influence on the UK Biomass Market
    • 10.1.4 Drivers and Restraints for the European Biomass Market
    • 10.1.5 The Future of the European Biomass Market
    • 10.1.6 Other Important Biomass Markets

11. Leading Companies in the Biomass to Power Market

  • 11.1 Babcock & Wilcox Vǿlund A/S
    • 11.1.1 Babcock & Wilcox Vǿlund A/S Analysis
  • 11.2 China Everbright International Limited
  • 11.3 New Generation Power International
    • 11.3.1 New Generation Power International Analysis
    • 11.3.2 New Generation Power International Regional Focus and Outlook
  • 11.4 CHE Group
    • 11.4.1 CHE Group Analysis
    • 11.4.2 CHE Group Regional Focus and Future Outlook
  • 11.5 Dohwa Engineering
    • 11.5.1 Dohwa Engineering Analysis
  • 11.6 Veolia Environnement
    • 11.6.1 Veolia Environnement Analysis
    • 11.6.2 Veolia Future Outlook
  • 11.7 Orthios Group
    • 11.7.1 Orthios Group Analysis
    • 11.7.2 Orthios Group Future Outlook

12. Conclusions

  • 12.1 The Global Biomass to Power Market Overview
  • 12.2 Key Regional Findings
  • 12.3 Recommendations

13. Glossary

List of Tables

  • Table 1.1 Regional Biomass Market Forecast 2016-2026 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
  • Table 1.2 Regional Biomass Market Forecast 2016-2026 (MW, AGR %, Cumulative)
  • Table 3.1 Global Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 (MW, $m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)
  • Table 3.2 Regional Biomass to Power Market Forecasts 2016-2026 ($m, AGR %)
  • Table 3.3 Regional Biomass to Power Market Forecasts 2016-2026 (MW, AGR %)
  • Table 3.4 Drivers and Restraints for the Global Biomass to Power Market
  • Table 3.4 Status of Biomass Technologies: Characteristics and costs
  • Table 3.6 Recommendations for the Global Biomass to Power Supply Chain
  • Table 4.1 European Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 (MW, $m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)
  • Table 4.2 European Union Legislation and Policies Impacting the Biomass to Power Market (Title, Date, Details)
  • Table 4.3 UK Heat and Electricity Market Segments in the Biomass to Power Market (Segment, User type / needs, Support Mechanism)
  • Table 4.4 Major UK Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name,Technology Type, TPA Capacity, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 4.5 Major Irish Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 4.6 Major German Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name,TPA Capacity, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 4.7 Major Finnish Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, Technology Type, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 4.8 Major Danish Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, Technology Type, TPA Capacity, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 5.1 Asia-Pacific Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 (MW, $m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)
  • Table 5.2 Major Chinese Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, Technology Type, TPA Capacity, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 5.3 Major Japanese Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 5.4 Indian Biomass to Power Potential Growth Developments
  • Table 5.5 Major Indian Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, Technology Type, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status)
  • Table 5.6 Major Australian Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, Technology Type, TPA Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 5.7 Major Pakistan Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, Technology Type, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 5.8 Major Biomass to Power Future Projects in Philippines (Operator, Plant Name, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 6.1 North American Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 (MW, $m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)
  • Table 6.2 Major U.S. Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, TPA Capacity, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 6.3 Major Canadian Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, TPA Capacity, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 7.1 Latin American Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 (MW, $m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)
  • Table 7.2 Major Brazilian Biomass to Power Projects (Operator, Plant Name, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status)
  • Table 8.1 African Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 (MW, $m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)
  • Table 8.2 Major South-African Biomass to Power Future Projects (Operator, Plant Name, MW Capacity, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 11.1 Babcock & Wilcox Vǿlund Overview (Total Revenue 2015 $m, HQ, Employees, Website)
  • Table 11.2 Babcock & Wilcox Vǿlund Biomass Projects (Country, Project, MW Installed Capacity, Completion Year, $m CAPEX, Status)
  • Table 11.3 Babcock & Wilcox Vǿlund Company Divisions & Capabilities
  • Table 11.4 China Everbright Overview (Total Revenue 2015, HQ, Employees, Ticker, Website)
  • Table 11.5 China Everbright Biomass to Power Projects (Project Name, TPA Capacity, Completion Year, Status)
  • Table 11.6 China Everbright Company Divisions & Capabilities
  • Table 11.7 New Generation Power International Overview (Total Revenue 2015, HQ, Employees, Website)
  • Table 11.8 CHE Overview (Total Revenue 2015, HQ, Employees, Website)
  • Table 11.9 CHE Group Biomass to Power Projects (Project Name, TPA Capacity, Completion Year, Status)
  • Table 11.10 Dohwa Engineering Overview (Total Revenue 2015, HQ, Employees, Website)
  • Table 11.11 Veolia Environnement Overview (Total Revenue 2015, HQ, Employees, Stock Exchange, Website)
  • Table 11.12 Veolia Environnement Biomass to Power Projects (Country, Plant Name, MW Capacity, Construction Start, Completion Year, Status, $m CAPEX)
  • Table 11.13 Orthios Group Overview (Total Revenue 2015, HQ, Website)
  • Table 12.1 Global Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 (MW, $m, AGR %, CAGR %, Cumulative)
  • Table 12.2 Regional Biomass to Power Market Forecasts 2016-2026 ($m, AGR %)
  • Table 12.3 Regional Biomass to Power Market Forecasts 2016-2026 (MW, AGR %)

List of Figures

  • Figure 1.1 Electricity Production from Biomass
  • Figure 1.2 Sources of Biomass to Energy Conversion Processes
  • Figure 1.3 Global Biomass to Power Market Segmentation Overview
  • Figure 2.1 Inputs, Technological Processes and Outputs for the Biomass Market
  • Figure 2.2 Benefits of Using Biomass as a Sustainable Fuel
  • Figure 2.3 Development of Global Biomass Use by Sector (EJ / yr)
  • Figure 3.1 Global Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 ($m, AGR %)
  • Figure 3.2 Global Biomass to Power Capacity Forecast 2016-2026 (MW)
  • Figure 3.3 Regional Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 ($m)
  • Figure 3.4 Regional Biomass to Power Market Forecasts 2016-2026 ($m)
  • Figure 3.5 Regional Biomass to Power Capacity Forecasts 2016-2026 (MW)
  • Figure 3.6 Regional Biomass to Power Markets Share Forecast 2016 (%)
  • Figure 3.7 Regional Biomass to Power Markets Share Forecast 2021 (%)
  • Figure 3.8 Regional Biomass to Power Markets Share Forecast 2026 (%)
  • Figure 3.9 Global New Investment in Renewable Energy Split by Type of Economy ($bn)
  • Figure 3.10 Asset Finance Investment in Renewable Energy by Sector, 2004-2014 ($bn)
  • Figure 4.1 European Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 ($m, AGR %)
  • Figure 4.2 European Biomass to Power Installed Capacity Forecast 2016-2026 (MW)
  • Figure 4.3 Top ten wood pellet consuming countries, by end-use in 2013 (million tonnes)
  • Figure 4.4 Main European wood pellet producer countries in 2013 compared with 2012 (thousand tonnes)
  • Figure 4.5 UK Primary Energy Consumption 2015 (%)
  • Figure 4.6 Biomass resources in Britain in 2014
  • Figure 4.7 Number of Under Construction Facilities Operating either in CHP Mode or on Dedicated Biomass in the UK
  • Figure 4.8 Primary Energy Consumption Mix in Germany 2014
  • Figure 4.9 German Net Installed Capacity Rating for Energy Sources 2014 (MW)
  • Figure 4.10 Fuel Consumption in Denmark, Historical and Forecast Through 2024 (PJ)
  • Figure 4.11 Renewable Sources Potential Electricity Generation Potential in Netherlands
  • Figure 5.1 Asia-Pacific Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 ($m, AGR %)
  • Figure 5.2 Asia-Pacific Biomass to Power Installed Capacity Forecast 2016-2026 (MW)
  • Figure 5.3 Chinese Installed Biomass Power Capacity 2006-2030 (GW)
  • Figure 5.4 Japan Renewable Installed Capacity: Pre-FIT vs. With FIT in 3 Years
  • Figure 5.5 Japan FIT Progress against 2030 Plan
  • Figure 5.6 Renewables-Based Power Generation Capacity Forecast in India (GW)
  • Figure 5.7 Philippines Electricity Capacity by Fuel Source (2014) and planned additions in 2015-2016
  • Figure 6.1 North American Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 ($m, AGR %)
  • Figure 6.2 North American Biomass to Power Installed Capacity Forecast 2016-2026 (MW)
  • Figure 6.3 North American Total Installed Power Capacity in 2015 (GW)
  • Figure 6.4 Canadian Renewable Energy Capacity by source (MW)
  • Figure 6.5 Canadian Non-Hydro Renewable Energy Capacity by Resource (MW)
  • Figure 7.1 Latin American Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 ($m, AGR %)
  • Figure 7.2 Latin American Biomass to Power Installed Capacity Forecast 2016-2026 (MW)
  • Figure 7.3 Brazil's Renewable Energy Power Capacity Installed 2015 (MW)
  • Figure 8.1 African Biomass to Power Market Forecast 2016-2026 ($m, AGR %)
  • Figure 8.2 African Biomass to Power Installed Capacity Forecast 2016-2026 (MW)
  • Figure 8.3 Total primary energy demand for energy sources in Africa
  • Figure 8.4 Distribution of Chinese projects in power capacity, by sub-region, 2010-20 (IEA)

Companies Listed

  • Abengoa
  • Aboitiz Power
  • AECOM
  • Agroindustrial Guatemalteca
  • Agrogeneradora
  • Algae Tech.
  • AirWater
  • Amec Foster Wheeler
  • Ancillary Components
  • Andritz
  • Auro mira
  • Aurora Wood Pellets
  • Baker and McKenzie
  • Balcas
  • Balfour Beatty
  • BC Hydro
  • Bester Generacion
  • Biogen Power
  • Biomass Power Association (BPA)
  • Biosystems Engineering Pty
  • Bloomberg New Energy Finance
  • Blue Sphere Corp
  • BNP Paribas
  • Building Energy
  • Business Council for Sustainable Energy
  • BWSC
  • B&W Power Generation Group Ibc.
  • B&W Vǿlund
  • Canadian Northern Timber
  • Canford Corporation
  • CHE Group
  • China Everbright International
  • Clean Energy Canada
  • Cogen Ltd
  • Comet Biorefining
  • Concord Blue
  • Constellation NewEnergy
  • Damm and Triebel
  • Diageo
  • Diacarbon Energy
  • Dohwa Engineering
  • Don Carlos Biomass Energy Corporation
  • Double H Nurseries
  • DP CleanTech
  • Drax
  • DRENL
  • Eco2
  • Eco2 Links
  • EEA Holdings
  • Eggborough Power Ltd
  • Eldorabo Brazil Celulose S.A.
  • Enviroparks Operations Ltd
  • E.ON
  • EPH
  • EPRL
  • Estover Energy
  • Evermore Energy
  • Fengate Capital
  • GDF Suez
  • Glenmont Partners
  • Grandblue Environmental Protection
  • Georgia Power
  • Globus Spirits Limited
  • Godavari Power
  • Green Power Panay Philippines Inc (GPPPI)
  • Guangdong Chant Group
  • Hafield Wood Recyclers
  • Hindustan Pencils
  • Howrah Mills Co Ltd
  • HRS Energy
  • Hu Honua Bioenergy LLC
  • Icon
  • Indus Green Bio energy Pvt. Ltd
  • Igges and Paperboard Ltd
  • Infinis
  • Intervate Renewable Energy
  • Ispat Ltd
  • Kalilangan Biomass Energy Corporation
  • Kauai Island Utility Cooperative
  • Kedco
  • Kerck
  • Kohlbach
  • Lahti Energia
  • MGT Power
  • MGT Teesside
  • MHIEC
  • Misamis Oriental Biomass Energy Corporation
  • Mitsubishi Paper Mills
  • Morgan Credit Energy
  • MW Energie
  • MVV Environment
  • National Australia Bank
  • National Bio Energy Co.,Ltd
  • New Energy Corp
  • New Energy Development Ltd
  • New Forest Industries
  • New Generation Power International (NGPI)
  • Nexterra
  • Ngodwana Energy
  • Nippon Energy Solution (NES)
  • Nippon Steel
  • Northern Engineered Wood Products Inc.
  • Nuchem Ltd
  • Nuziveedu Seeds Limited
  • Obayashi Clean Energy Corp
  • Oji Green Resources
  • Orthios Group
  • Portucel S.A.
  • Protocol Biomas Corp
  • Re:heat
  • Real Ventures
  • Renergi Pty Ltd
  • Renewa Oy
  • Renova
  • REG Bio-power
  • RES
  • Resource Recovery Solutions
  • RWE Group
  • RWE Npower Cogen
  • Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC)
  • Scottish Biofuels
  • Scottish Bio-power
  • Sembcorp
  • SITA UK
  • Softbank China Venture Capital
  • Solar 21
  • Spencer Group
  • SSJD Bioenergy Limited
  • SSE
  • Statkraft
  • Steinmuller Babcock Environment
  • Stobart
  • Suez Environnement
  • Sugarfed
  • Sumitomo Metal (NSSMC)
  • Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co
  • Taiheiyo Cement
  • Takkei
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Thermogen
  • Tampere Power Utility
  • Torftech
  • Toshiba
  • Turku Energia
  • Tyrone Energy
  • UPM
  • WA Biomass
  • Warwick International Ltd
  • Welsh Power
  • WVEL Energy.
  • W4B
  • Veolia Dalkia Bioenergy
  • Veolia Environmental Services
  • Viaton Energy Pvt. Ltd
  • Vital Energi
  • York Timbers
  • Zhuzhou Qifeng Green Energy Co
  • Zilkha Biomass Energy
  • 2OC Consortium

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report

  • AEBIOM - European Biomass Energy Association
  • Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)
  • Australian Taxation Office
  • Biomass Energy Centre
  • Brazilian Commission of Infrastructure Services (CI)
  • Brazilian Institute of Geographical Statistics (IBGE)
  • Brazilian Ministry of Mines and Energy
  • Brazil's Power Trading Chamber (CCEE)
  • Canadian Industrial Energy End-use Data and Analysis Centre (CIEEDAC)
  • Canadian National Energy Board
  • Centre for Energy Systems at the National University of Sciences and Technology (CES-NUST)
  • Chinese Ministry of Finance
  • Chinese National Development and Reform Commission
  • Clean Energy Finance Corporation
  • Danish Energy Agency
  • DECC - Department of Energy and Climate Change
  • Energy Development Fund (CDE)
  • Energy Information Administration (EIA)
  • Eskom national utility (South Africa)
  • European Commission
  • European Environment Agency
  • European Union
  • Eurostat
  • Holyhead County Council
  • Finnish Foreign Ministry
  • Forestry Commission
  • Forestry Workers Coordinating Organisation (SAFWCO),
  • Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems
  • German Environmental Ministry
  • Indian Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE)
  • International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
  • Irish Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources
  • Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)
  • Japanese New Energy and Industry Technology Development Organisation
  • National Bank for Economic and Social Development (Banco Nacional do Desenvolvimento Econômico Social or BNDES
  • National Dominican Brewery (CND)
  • New Generation Power International
  • Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative (NOVEC)
  • Ontario's Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO)
  • Ontario Power Authority
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  • Power Trading Chamber (CCEE)
  • Renewable Energy Association
  • South AfricanDepartment of Energy in its Integrated Resource Plan (IRP)
  • Sustainable Energy Authority
  • The World Bank
  • United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
  • United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
  • United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
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