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全球生物質市場預測:目前情形,主要企業,成長可能性,未來預測

The Global Biomass Market Outlook 2017: Current Status, Key Players, Growth Potential and the Future Outlook

出版商 Power Generation Research 商品編碼 448725
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 145 Pages; 44 Tables; 45 Figures
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全球生物質市場預測:目前情形,主要企業,成長可能性,未來預測 The Global Biomass Market Outlook 2017: Current Status, Key Players, Growth Potential and the Future Outlook
出版日期: 2017年02月23日 內容資訊: 英文 145 Pages; 44 Tables; 45 Figures
簡介

本報告以主導生物質市場的前10大國家 (美國,德國,巴西,英國,瑞典,芬蘭,義大利,中國,印度,澳洲) 生物質·垃圾焚化發電為焦點,提供主要企業,可利用的原料,有前途的發電技術等相關的系統性資訊。

第1章 簡介

第2章 市場發展

  • 摘要
  • 全球電力市場概要
  • 生質能發電市場推動因素
  • 生質能發電市場阻礙因素
  • 生質能發電技術的經濟性

第3章 美國

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第4章 德國

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第5章 巴西

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第6章 英國

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第7章 瑞典

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第8章 芬蘭

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第9章 義大利

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第10章 中國

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第11章 印度

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第12章 澳洲

  • 摘要
  • 生質能發電市場概要
  • 目前方案
  • 政府針對再生能源的政策架構
  • 主要企業
  • 未來預測

第13章 未來預測

  • 摘要
  • 全球電力部門預測
  • 全球生物質資源的潛在性

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目錄
Product Code: PGRBIOMASS2017

The report gathers data on biomass and waste power generation across the top ten countries leading the market for biomass. The report covers the key players, key feedstock available, and the prominent biomass power technology installed in each of the 10 countries - the US, Germany, Brazil, the UK, Sweden, Finland, Italy, China, India, and Australia.

This report examines the emerging factors driving the growth of the biomass power market, as the use of biomass for electricity generation slowly becomes widespread globally, led by government support. This study found approximately 1.4bn people globally lack access to electricity. From the point of view of electricity supply, the pressures of a rapidly increasing population, rising concern of global warming, and the need to achieve national energy security is driving an unprecedented interest in exploring renewable power resources including wind, solar, hydroelectric, geothermal, marine power as well as biomass for achieving a low carbon electricity mix by both the governments and electricity utilities.

The report highlights how parts of North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific are using biomass feedstock, in a bid to increase the total electricity supply. Similar to any renewable resource, the demand for biomass for electricity generation is driven by government legislation and regulations, encouraging the growth of biomass feedstock for electricity generation. Further, the report examines how biomass feedstock suppliers and utilities in the biomass market are learning to combat rising transportation costs associated with gathering feedstocks and transporting the feedstock to the electricity generation sites, through development of cost effective biomass power technologies.

Globally the term bioenergy is used to describe biomass, biogas, and biofuels. Bioenergy is used to generate electricity, produce heat, and power vehicles. This report focuses on the emerging trends in the biomass market for electricity generation only. The term biomass can refer to any material derived from recently living organisms, which includes plants, animals and their byproducts. Based on the findings, the report considers renewable energy to include all renewable energy sources other than traditional biomass. The term traditional biomass refers to the level of biomass consumption in the residential sector in developing countries and refers to the use of wood, charcoal, agricultural residues, and animal dung for cooking and heating.

Key features

  • Identification of the ten most promising countries in the biomass power market and highlights how various geographic markets are expanding their share in the total electricity supply mix using biomass feedstock for electricity generation.
  • Five-year assessment of the latest biomass and waste power generation and installed biomass capacity.
  • Electricity market trends and legislation are being influenced by availability of biomass feedstock
  • List of major key players of biomass renewable energy
  • Information on government policy framework in renewables energy and biomass power for supporting the biomass market
  • Identification of biomass energy development and potential resource globally and in major countries in the future
  • Analysis across countries with abundant feedstock availability including India, Germany, and the UK - biomass feedstock production is led by fertilizer price pressures, in addition to competition for available land and water resources.

Table of Contents

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Executive summary

  • Market development
  • The US
  • Germany
  • Brazil
  • The UK
  • Sweden
  • Finland
  • Italy
  • China
  • India
  • Australia
  • Future outlook

Chapter 1 - Introduction to the report

  • Overview

Chapter 2 - Market development

  • Summary
  • Overview of the world electricity market
  • World electricity generation
  • World installed electricity capacity
  • The role of renewables
    • World installed renewable electrical power capacity in 2015
    • Scale of current biomass resource use
  • Drivers of the biomass power market
  • Regulatory framework supports biomass power development
  • Co-firing and cogeneration to grow in the EU
  • Growth of feedstock storage market
  • Resistors against biomass power market
  • High capital costs
  • Need for secure biomass feedstock supply
  • Significance of unconventional gas
  • Liquid biofuels for transport
  • Economics of biomass power technology

Chapter 3 - The US

  • Summary
  • US biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario of the US
  • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in the US
  • Overview of government policies supporting the biomass power market in the US
  • Key players
  • Future outlook for the US
  • Government incentives to ensure growth in the biomass power market
  • Possible change in Clean Air Act regulation in the US
  • High costs
  • Integrated conversion technologies and co-firing to grow
  • Focus on converting biomass feedstock into fuel for transportation

Chapter 4 - Germany

  • Summary
  • Germany's biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario of Germany
  • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in Germany
  • Overview of government policies supporting the biomass power market in Germany
  • Key players
  • Future outlook for Germany
  • Government incentives to foster growth
  • Technological developments
  • The role of Energy Concept

Chapter 5 - Brazil

  • Summary
  • Brazil's biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario of Brazil
  • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in Brazil
  • Overview of government policies supporting the biomass power market in Brazil
  • Key players
  • Future markets trends impacting the biomass power market in Brazil
    • Government support mechanisms to promote the growth of the biomass power market
    • Threat to future biomass feedstock availability
    • The dominance of large hydroelectric power
    • The role of bioethanol

Chapter 6 - The UK

  • Summary
  • The UK's biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario in the UK
  • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in the UK
  • Overview of government policies supporting the biomass power market in the UK
  • Key players
  • Future outlook for the UK
  • Potential for biomass energy development
  • Focus on biofuels
  • Cautious outlook for growth in co-firing technology and anaerobic digestion

Chapter 7 - Sweden

  • Summary
  • Sweden's biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario of Sweden
  • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in Sweden
  • Overview of government policies supporting the biomass power market in Sweden
  • Key players
  • Future outlook for Sweden
  • Focus on biofuels and heating

Chapter 8 - Finland

  • Summary
  • Finland's biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario of Finland
  • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in Finland
  • Key players
  • Future outlook for Finland
  • Finland to promote biomass and wind power for electricity generation
  • Solid biomass to lead growth of biomass power in Finland

Chapter 9 - Italy

  • Summary
  • Italy's biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario of Italy
  • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in Italy
  • Key players
  • Future outlook for Italy
  • Italian government may promote wind power over biomass power
  • More efficient biogas to reduce the share of solid biomass in power generation

Chapter 10 - China

  • Summary
  • China's biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario of China
    • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in China
  • Overview of government policies supporting the biomass power market in China
  • Key players
  • Future outlook for China
  • Abundant biomass resource availability
  • The abundance of coal makes the installation of biomass power plants relatively expensive
  • The growing significance of biofuels

Chapter 11 - India

  • Summary
  • India's biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario of India
  • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in India
  • Overview of government policies supporting the biomass power market in India
  • Key players
  • Future outlook for India
  • Government programs to drive biomass power growth
  • High capital risk
    • The importance of cogeneration

Chapter 12 - Australia

  • Summary
  • Australia's biomass power market overview
  • Current scenario of Australia
  • Key feedstock
  • Government policy framework for renewables in Australia
  • Overview of government policies supporting the biomass power market in Australia
  • Key players
  • Future outlook for Australia
  • Co-firing to grow
  • Emerging interest in biofuels

Chapter 13 - Future outlook

  • Summary
  • Outlook for the global electricity sector
  • Outlook for the renewables market
  • Outlook for biomass power market
    • Traditional biomass energy technology causes environmental hazard
    • EU to drive demand for biofuels
    • Growth of additional biomass power capacity
    • Supply chain constraints of biomass feedstock to hinder the growth of biomass applications
    • High level of investment required
  • Global biomass resource potential
  • Biomass resource potential in major countries
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • The UK
    • Sweden
    • Finland

Appendix

  • What is the report about?
  • Who is the report for?
  • Definitions
  • Biomass feedstock
  • Technologies available for biomass power generation
  • Methodology
  • Glossary/Abbreviations

Table of figures

  • Figure 1: Share of biomass and waste in total electricity net generation (%), 2014
  • Figure 2: Share of biomass and waste in total renewables electricity net generation (%), 2014
  • Figure 3: World electricity net generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 4: World cumulative installed electricity generation capacity (GW), 2011-15
  • Figure 5: World installed renewable power generation capacity rankings, 2015
  • Figure 6: World total installed renewable electrical power capacity (GW), 2015
  • Figure 7: Share of biomass and waste in total renewables electricity net generation (m), 2013
  • Figure 8: EU share of cogeneration in total electricity (%), 2014
  • Figure 9: Comparison of cost electricity from CCS power plants and other low carbon generation for entry into service in 2022 ($/MWh), 2015
  • Figure 10: World average generation costs of renewables based electricity generation by technology type ($ per MWh), 2030
  • Figure 11: US, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 12: US, biomass resource map, 2015
  • Figure 13: US, cumulative installed biomass power generation capacity forecast (GW), 2014-40
  • Figure 14: Germany, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 15: Germany, installed solid biomass capacity forecast (MW), 2015-20
  • Figure 16: Brazil, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 17: Brazil, installed biomass power capacity forecast (MW), 2016-23
  • Figure 18: UK, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 19: UK, installed solid biomass capacity forecast (MW), 2015-20
  • Figure 20: Sweden, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 21: Sweden, installed solid biomass capacity forecast (MW), 2015-20
  • Figure 22: Finland, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 23: Finland, renewable power generation (GWh), 2015-20
  • Figure 24: Finland, biomass power generation (GWh), 2015-20
  • Figure 25: Italy, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 26: Italy, biomass energy potential by feedstock (Mtoe), 2015
  • Figure 27: Italy, power generation from renewables including (GWh), 2015-20
  • Figure 28: Italy, annual power generation from biomass forecast (GWh), 2015-20
  • Figure 29: China, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 30: China, biomass resource map, 2015
  • Figure 31: China, potential available biomass resources (EJ/year), 2030
  • Figure 32: India, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 33: India, installed biomass and waste generation capacity forecast (GW), 2016-22
  • Figure 34: Australia, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 35: Australia, bioenergy electricity generation forecast (GWh), 2020 and 2050
  • Figure 36: World net electricity generation (tn kWh), 2020-40
  • Figure 37: World primary energy demand by fuel and scenario (Mtoe), 2011-35
  • Figure 38: Average investment in renewables based electricity generation by technology in the New Policies Scenario ($bn), 2014-35
  • Figure 39: World bioenergy potential by feedstock (exajoules), 2050
  • Figure 40: World bioenergy potential by region (exajoules), 2050
  • Figure 41: Germany, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030
  • Figure 42: Italy, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030
  • Figure 43: The UK, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030
  • Figure 44: Sweden, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030
  • Figure 45: Finland, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030

Table of tables

  • Figure 1: Share of biomass and waste in total electricity net generation (%), 2014
  • Figure 2: Share of biomass and waste in total renewables electricity net generation (%), 2014
  • Figure 3: World electricity net generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 4: World cumulative installed electricity generation capacity (GW), 2011-15
  • Figure 5: World installed renewable power generation capacity rankings, 2015
  • Figure 6: World total installed renewable electrical power capacity (GW), 2015
  • Figure 7: Share of biomass and waste in total renewables electricity net generation (m), 2013
  • Figure 8: EU share of cogeneration in total electricity (%), 2014
  • Figure 9: Comparison of cost electricity from CCS power plants and other low carbon generation for entry into service in 2022 ($/MWh), 2015
  • Figure 10: World average generation costs of renewables based electricity generation by technology type ($ per MWh), 2030
  • Figure 11: US, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 12: US, biomass resource map, 2015
  • Figure 13: US, cumulative installed biomass power generation capacity forecast (GW), 2014-40
  • Figure 14: Germany, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 15: Germany, installed solid biomass capacity forecast (MW), 2015-20
  • Figure 16: Brazil, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 17: Brazil, installed biomass power capacity forecast (MW), 2016-23
  • Figure 18: UK, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 19: UK, installed solid biomass capacity forecast (MW), 2015-20
  • Figure 20: Sweden, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 21: Sweden, installed solid biomass capacity forecast (MW), 2015-20
  • Figure 22: Finland, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 23: Finland, renewable power generation (GWh), 2015-20
  • Figure 24: Finland, biomass power generation (GWh), 2015-20
  • Figure 25: Italy, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 26: Italy, biomass energy potential by feedstock (Mtoe), 2015
  • Figure 27: Italy, power generation from renewables including (GWh), 2015-20
  • Figure 28: Italy, annual power generation from biomass forecast (GWh), 2015-20
  • Figure 29: China, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 30: China, biomass resource map, 2015
  • Figure 31: China, potential available biomass resources (EJ/year), 2030
  • Figure 32: India, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2010-14
  • Figure 33: India, installed biomass and waste generation capacity forecast (GW), 2016-22
  • Figure 34: Australia, net biomass and waste power generation (bn kWh), 2011-15
  • Figure 35: Australia, bioenergy electricity generation forecast (GWh), 2020 and 2050
  • Figure 36: World net electricity generation (tn kWh), 2020-40
  • Figure 37: World primary energy demand by fuel and scenario (Mtoe), 2011-35
  • Figure 38: Average investment in renewables based electricity generation by technology in the New Policies Scenario ($bn), 2014-35
  • Figure 39: World bioenergy potential by feedstock (exajoules), 2050
  • Figure 40: World bioenergy potential by region (exajoules), 2050
  • Figure 41: Germany, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030
  • Figure 42: Italy, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030
  • Figure 43: The UK, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030
  • Figure 44: Sweden, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030
  • Figure 45: Finland, biomass resource potential (exajoules/year), 2020 and 2030
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