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世界のバイオパワー産業の分析

Analyzing the Global Biopower Industry 2018

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世界のバイオパワー産業の分析 Analyzing the Global Biopower Industry 2018
出版日: 2018年02月01日 ページ情報: 英文 110 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界のバイオパワー産業について調査分析し、産業の概要、成長促進要因や課題、国別の市場分析など、体系的な情報を提供しています。

A. エグゼクティブサマリー

B. バイオパワーのイントロダクション

C. 世界のバイオパワー産業

  • 産業の概要
  • バイオパワーの設備容量:国別
  • バイオパワーの設備容量:原料別
  • バイオパワーによる発電
  • バイオパワー市場:地域別
  • バイオパワー産業:資本支出
  • 産業の投資

D. 世界のバイオパワー産業の促進要因

E. 世界のバイオパワー産業が直面する主な課題

F. ブラジルのバイオパワー産業

  • 産業の概要
  • 規制の枠組み
  • バイオパワーの設備容量
  • バイオパワーによる発電
  • 資本支出
  • 産業の投資

G. 中国のバイオパワー産業

  • 産業の概要
  • 規制の枠組み
  • バイオパワーの設備容量
  • バイオパワーによる発電
  • 資本支出
  • 産業の投資

H. ドイツのバイオパワー産業

  • 産業の概要
  • 規制の枠組み
  • バイオパワーの設備容量
  • バイオパワーによる発電
  • 資本支出
  • 産業の投資

I. インドのバイオパワー産業

  • 産業の概要
  • 規制の枠組み
  • バイオパワーの設備容量
  • バイオパワーによる発電
  • 資本支出
  • 産業の投資

J. 英国のバイオパワー産業

  • 産業の概要
  • 規制の枠組み
  • バイオパワーの設備容量
  • バイオパワーによる発電
  • 資本支出
  • 産業の投資

K. 米国のバイオパワー産業

  • 産業の概要
  • 規制の枠組み
  • バイオパワーの設備容量
  • バイオパワーによる発電
  • 資本支出
  • 産業の投資

L. 用語集

M. 情報源

目次

Biopower, also known as biomass power, makes use of biomass or biogas to generate electricity. There are many different types of biopower systems in the world, including direct-fired, gasification, anaerobic digestion, pyrolysis, cofiring, etc. Amongst these, direct-fired systems are the most commonly used. These biopower plants utilize feedstocks directly to produce steam, which is captured by a turbine and then converted into electricity with the help of a generator. Biomass energy can be successfully used to produce clean energy, reducing carbon emissions at the same time. In its original form, biomass can be used as fuel, or it can also be refined to different kinds of solid, gaseous, or liquid biofuels. These fuels are today used across all sectors of the society for transport, for the production of electricity, for heating and cooling, and for other industrial purposes as well. There is no doubt that biopower has today become the most commonly and widely used renewable energy sources for generating clean electricity.

The biggest benefit of biopower is the huge range of feedstock that can be used to produce it. Biopower can be produced from feedstock such as sewage, forest residues, municipal waste, wood residues, short-rotation crops, fibers, residues from the industrial sector, waste from the agricultural sector, and many other resources.

The United States, Germany, Brazil, United Kingdom, India, and China, are some of the biggest producers of biopower globally.

The global biopower industry has witnessed stable growth in recent years, driven particularly by supportive regulations and government policies. It is expected that in the years to come, more countries will boost their support mechanisms for the biopower industry as energy security concerns and environmental challenges force governments to look at such alternate energy options. It is expected that by the end of 2025, the global biopower industry will have an installed capacity of over 165 GW.

Aruvian Research analyzes the global biopower industry in its in-depth research report Analyzing the Global Biopower Industry 2018. The research report begins with an introduction to biopower, covering the basics of biopower and how it can be used as an energy source. Conversion technologies such as anaerobic digestion, combustion, gasification, pyrolysis, etc., are touched upon. All the various technologies are compared and we look at the major challenges facing each technology as well.

The global biopower industry is analyzed through an industry overview, installed capacity of biopower (cumulative and annual statistics), installed capacity of biopower by countries and by feedstock. Major feedstock looked at in the report include bagasse, wood waste, MSW, landfill gas, waste water, palm oil, and others. Electricity generation from biopower, industry capital expenditure, investment in the industry, and an analysis of the global biopower market by regions is also included in the report. Growth factors and challenges facing the global biopower industry are analyzed briefly.

The report analyzes some of the biggest biopower markets in the world, including Brazil, China, Germany, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Each biopower market is analyzed through an industry overview, regulatory framework governing the industry, installed capacity of biopower (cumulative and annual capacity), electricity generation statistics, industry capital expenditure, and the investment in these biopower markets. Data analyzed in the report range from 2006 to 2025.

‘Analyzing the Global Biopower Industry 2018’ is a comprehensive coverage of biomass and biogas power in the world and it provides the ideal guide to where this lucrative technology is headed in the coming years.

Table of Contents

A. Executive Summary

B. Introduction to Biopower

  • B.1. What is Biopower?
  • B.2. Using Biopower as an Energy Source
  • B.3. Conversion Technologies for the Biopower Industry
    • B.3.1. Anaerobic Digestion
    • B.3.2. Combustion
    • B.3.3. Gasification
    • B.3.4. Pyrolysis
  • B.4. Comparison of the Technologies

C. Global Biopower Industry

  • C.1. Industry Overview
  • C.2. Installed Capacity of Biopower
  • C.3. Installed Capacity by Countries
  • C.4. Installed Capacity by Feedstock
  • C.5. Global Electricity Generation from Biopower
  • C.6. Biopower Market by Regions
    • C.6.1. Asia Pacific
    • C.6.2. Europe
    • C.6.3. North America
  • C.7. Global Biopower Industry - Capital Expenditure
  • C.8. Investment in the Global Biopower Industry

D. Factors Driving the Global Biopower Industry

E. Major Challenges Facing the Global Biopower Industry

F. Biopower Industry in Brazil

  • F.1. Industry Overview
  • F.2. Regulatory Framework
  • F.3. Installed Capacity of Biopower
  • F.4. Electricity Generation in Brazil from Biopower
  • F.5. Capital Expenditure
  • F.6. Investment in the Brazilian Biopower Industry

G. Biopower Industry in China

  • G.1. Industry Overview
  • G.2. Regulatory Framework
  • G.3. Installed Capacity of Biopower
  • G.4. Electricity Generation in China from Biopower
  • G.5. Capital Expenditure
  • G.6. Investment in the Chinese Biopower Industry

H. Biopower Industry in Germany

  • H.1. Industry Overview
  • H.2. Regulatory Framework
  • H.3. Installed Capacity of Biopower
  • H.4. Electricity Generation in Germany from Biopower
  • H.5. Capital Expenditure
  • H.6. Investment in the German Biopower Industry

I. Biopower Industry in India

  • I.1. Industry Overview
  • I.2. Regulatory Framework
  • I.3. Installed Capacity of Biopower
  • I.4. Electricity Generation in India from Biopower
  • I.5. Capital Expenditure
  • I.6. Investment in the Indian Biopower Industry

J. Biopower Industry in United Kingdom

  • J.1. Industry Overview
  • J.2. Regulatory Framework
  • J.3. Installed Capacity of Biopower
  • J.4. Electricity Generation in UK from Biopower
  • J.5. Capital Expenditure
  • J.6. Investment in the UK Biopower Industry

K. Biopower Industry in United States

  • K.1. Industry Overview
  • K.2. Regulatory Framework
  • K.3. Installed Capacity of Biopower
  • K.4. Electricity Generation in the US from Biopower
  • K.5. Capital Expenditure
  • K.6. Investment in the US Biopower Industry

L. Glossary of Terms

M. Resources

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW), 2006-2025
  • Figure 2: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW), 2006-2025
  • Figure 3: Global Biomass Installed Capacity (Annual) by Countries (%), 2016
  • Figure 4: Global Biogas Installed Capacity (Annual) by Countries (%), 2016
  • Figure 5: Capacity Share by Feedstock in the Global Biopower Market (%), 2016 & 2021
  • Figure 6: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh), 2006-2025
  • Figure 7: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in Asia Pacific by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
  • Figure 8: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in Europe by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
  • Figure 9: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in North America by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
  • Figure 10: Global Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Figure 11: Investment in the Global Biopower Industry (in USD Billion), 2012-2025
  • Figure 12: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in Brazil, 2006-2025
  • Figure 13: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in Brazil, 2006-2025
  • Figure 14: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh) in Brazil, 2006-2025
  • Figure 15: Brazilian Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Figure 16: Investment in the Brazilian Biopower Industry (in USD Billion), 2012-2025
  • Figure 17: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in China, 2006-2025
  • Figure 18: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in China, 2006-2025
  • Figure 19: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh) in China, 2006-2025
  • Figure 20: China Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Figure 21: Investment in the Chinese Biopower Industry (in USD Billion), 2012-2025
  • Figure 22: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in Germany, 2006-2025
  • Figure 23: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in Germany, 2006-2025
  • Figure 24: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh) in Germany, 2006-2025
  • Figure 25: German Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Figure 26: Investment in the German Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025
  • Figure 27: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in India, 2006-2025
  • Figure 28: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in India, 2006-2025
  • Figure 29: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh) in India, 2006-2025
  • Figure 30: India Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Figure 31: Investment in the Indian Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025
  • Figure 32: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the UK, 2006-2025
  • Figure 33: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the UK, 2006-2025
  • Figure 34: Electricity Generation in the UK from Biopower (in TWh), 2006-2025
  • Figure 35: UK Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Figure 36: Investment in the UK Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025
  • Figure 37: Production Tax Credit in the US Renewable Energy Industry (in USD per kWh)
  • Figure 38: Total Treasury Grants in the US between 2009-2013
  • Figure 39: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the US, 2006-2025
  • Figure 40: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the US, 2006-2025
  • Figure 41: Electricity Generation in the US from Biopower (in TWh), 2006-2025
  • Figure 42: US Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Figure 43: Investment in the US Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Comparison of the Biopower Conversion and Recovery Technologies
  • Table 2: Major Vendors of Biopower Energy Conversion and Recovery Technologies
  • Table 3: Major Challenges faced by Various Biopower Energy Conversion and Recovery Technologies
  • Table 4: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW), 2006-2025
  • Table 5: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW), 2006-2025
  • Table 6: Global Biopower Installed Capacity (Annual) by Countries (%), 2016
  • Table 7: Capacity Share by Feedstock in the Global Biopower Market (%), 2016 & 2021
  • Table 8: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh), 2006-2025
  • Table 9: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in Asia Pacific by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
  • Table 10: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in Europe by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
  • Table 11: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in North America by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
  • Table 12: Global Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Table 13: Investment in the Global Biopower Industry (in USD Billion), 2012-2025
  • Table 14: Renewable Energy Auctions in Brazil, 2007-2014
  • Table 15: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in Brazil, 2006-2025
  • Table 16: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in Brazil, 2006-2025
  • Table 17: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh) in Brazil, 2006-2025
  • Table 18: Brazilian Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Table 19: Investment in the Brazilian Biopower Industry (in USD Billion), 2012-2025
  • Table 20: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in China, 2006-2025
  • Table 21 : Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in China, 2006-2025
  • Table 22: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh) in China, 2006-2025
  • Table 23: China Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Table 24: Investment in the Chinese Biopower Industry (in USD Billion), 2012-2025
  • Table 25: Feed-in-Tariffs for Biomass Power in Germany
  • Table 26: Feed-in-Tariffs for Landfill Gas, Sewage Gas, & Mine Gas Facilities in Germany
  • Table 27: Class I Biogas Feedstock Bonus
  • Table 28: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in Germany, 2006-2025
  • Table 29: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in Germany, 2006-2025
  • Table 30: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh) in Germany, 2006-2025
  • Table 31: German Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Table 32: Investment in the German Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025
  • Table 33: Government Financial Assistance for Biomass Power Projects and Bagasse Cogeneration Projects in India
  • Table 34: Financial Assistance for Bagasse Cogeneration Projects in Existing Sugar Mills having Boiler Modifications in the Cooperative Sector in India
  • Table 35: Government Subsidy for Biomass Gasifier Projects in India
  • Table 36: Feed-in-Tariffs by States for Bioenergy-based Power Plants in India
  • Table 37: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in India, 2006-2025
  • Table 38: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in India, 2006-2025
  • Table 39: Electricity Generation from Biopower (in TWh) in India, 2006-2025
  • Table 40: India Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Table 41: Investment in the Indian Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025
  • Table 42: UK Feed-in-Tariffs for CHP and Anaerobic Digestion
  • Table 43: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the UK, 2006-2025
  • Table 44: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the UK, 2006-2025
  • Table 45: Electricity Generation in the UK from Biopower (in TWh), 2006-2025
  • Table 46: UK Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Table 47: Investment in the UK Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025
  • Table 48: Production Tax Credit in the US Renewable Energy Industry (in USD per kWh)
  • Table 49: US Treasury Grant Credit Availability and Eligibility
  • Table 50: Total Treasury Grants in the US between 2009-2013
  • Table 51: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the US, 2006-2025
  • Table 52: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the US, 2006-2025
  • Table 53: Electricity Generation in the US from Biopower (in TWh), 2006-2025
  • Table 54: US Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
  • Table 55: Investment in the US Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025
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