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熱および生物学的廃棄物発電 (WTE:Waste-to-Energy) の世界市場

Thermal and Biological Waste-to-Energy Markets

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熱および生物学的廃棄物発電 (WTE:Waste-to-Energy) の世界市場 Thermal and Biological Waste-to-Energy Markets
出版日: 2016年01月01日 ページ情報: 英文 166 Pages
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概要

世界の廃棄物発電 (WTE:Waste-to-Energy) 市場は、2013年に253億米ドル、2014年には267億米ドルの規模でした。同市場は2014年から2019年にかけてCAGR (複合年間成長率) 5.8%で拡大し、2019年には355億米ドルに達することが予測されています。

当レポートでは、世界の廃棄物発電 (WTE:Waste-to-Energy) 市場について調査分析し、技術の概要および市場動態に関する分析をまとめ、世界の主要な地域・国における現行慣例と規制環境を概括し、市場の産業構造を分析するとともに、主要な企業のプロファイルおよび特許分析をまとめています。

第1章 イントロダクション:はじめに

  • 調査の目標と目的
  • 調査実施理由
  • 調査範囲
  • 対象読者
  • 調査手法・情報源
  • アナリストの略歴
  • 関連レポート
  • BCC RESEARCHウェブサイト
  • 免責事項

第2章 サマリー

  • 概要

第3章 概要

  • イントロダクション
  • 廃棄物発電 (WTE:Waste-to-Energy) :概念
  • WTE市場の主要な発展促進要因
  • WTEの利点
  • WTEの課題
  • エネルギー源
  • WTE戦略の必要性
  • 市場動態
    • 市場発展促進要因
      • エネルギー安全保障の必要性の拡大
      • WTEに利用可能な世界の都市廃棄物量の増加
      • 埋め立て地の減少
    • WTEの課題
      • 他の競合技術の脅威
      • 技術的・経済的障害
    • 市場機会
      • WTEの主要な拠点としてのアジア太平洋地域の台頭
    • 市場シェア分析

第4章 世界の廃棄物管理:現行慣例と規制環境

  • 米国
    • 埋立地
    • 焼却炉
    • 産業廃棄物管理の指針
    • 規制フレームワーク
  • 欧州
    • 現行慣例
    • 廃棄物法制と政策
    • 欧州のバイオガス固定価格買取制度 (フィードインタリフ) および関連政策の役割
    • 欧州の廃棄物管理の慣行
  • アジア
    • 現行慣例
    • 廃棄物法制と政策
  • インド
  • 中国
  • 日本
  • オーストラリア
  • 韓国

第5章 WTE技術の分析

  • イントロダクション
  • 熱WTE (廃棄物発電) 技術
  • 生物学的WTE技術
  • 嫌気性消化

第6章 WTE産業の地域市場動態

  • 概要
  • 米国
  • カナダ
  • 欧州
  • 廃棄物総括指令
  • アジア太平洋
  • ROW (その他地域)

第7章 世界の産業構造

  • 概要
  • アジア太平洋
  • 欧州
  • 北米
  • 南米
  • その他地域

第8章 企業プロファイル

第9章 特許分析

  • 特許リスト
    • 米国
    • 欧州
    • 日本

図表

目次
Product Code: EGY063B

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

The global waste-to-energy market was $25.3 billion in 2013 and $26.7 billion in 2014. This market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.8% for the period 2014 - 2019 to reach $35.5 billion by 2019.

This report provides:

  • An overview of the global markets for thermal and biological waste-to-energy technologies.
  • Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2013 and 2014, and projections of CAGRs through 2019.
  • Coverage of non-hazardous solid wastes such as municipal solid wastes (MSW) and biowastes such as kitchen waste, food waste, yard waste, etc. excluding sewage sludge and waste water treatment plants as well as land fill gas plants.
  • Regional analysis of the industry in terms of current and future trends of WTE markets and competitive structure.
  • A detailed review of current and possible future legislation that can impact the development of the market.
  • Analysis of technology trends, identifying how the most prevalent waste management methods are changing lately with the advent of new promising technologies.
  • Profiles of major players in the industry.

SCOPE OF REPORT

The report will analyze the global thermal and biological waste-to-energy markets by technology and geography, and will focus on the regulations and government-supported programs impacting this market. Regionally, the focus of study will be the markets of North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and the rest of the world (ROW).

ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS

Maya Agnani has been a market research analyst for the past 10 years and has published numerous reports on technology products and market issues. Maya has broad experience in covering energy and consumer-centric issues.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION

  • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
  • SCOPE OF REPORT
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
  • ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
  • BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE
  • DISCLAIMER

CHAPTER 2 - SUMMARY

  • OVERVIEW
  • SUMMARY TABLE: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • SUMMARY FIGURE: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, 2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 3 - OVERVIEW

  • INTRODUCTION
  • WASTE-TO-ENERGY: THE CONCEPT
    • FIGURE 1: BASIC WTE PATHWAYS
  • MAJOR DRIVERS FOR WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET
  • WASTE-TO-ENERGY BENEFITS
    • TABLE 1: KEY BENEFITS OF WTE PROCESSES
  • CHALLENGES OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY
    • TABLE 2: KEY CHALLENGES TO WTE MARKETS
    • NEGATIVE PUBLIC PERCEPTION
    • OPPOSITION FROM ENVIRONMENT GROUPS
    • LACK OF POLITICAL WILL
    • STRINGENT ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDELINES
  • SOURCES OF ENERGY
    • FIGURE 2: GLOBAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY TYPE, 2013 (%)
  • NEED FOR WASTE-TO-ENERGY STRATEGIES
  • MARKET DYNAMICS
    • MARKET DRIVERS
      • Increasing Need for Energy Security
        • FIGURE 3: GLOBAL RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY INSTALLED CAPACITY BY SOURCE, 2012-2019 (GW)
        • FIGURE 4: GLOBAL GDP ACTUAL AND PROJECTED GROWTH RATE AND TRENDS BY ECONOMY, 2010-2025 (%)
        • FIGURE 5: GLOBAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY REGION, 2015-2035 (MTOE)
      • Increasing Available Volume of Global Municipal Waste for WTE
        • FIGURE 6: GLOBAL AVAILABLE MUNICIPAL WASTE FOR WTE, 2009-2016 (MILLION TONS)
        • FIGURE 7: GLOBAL SHARES OF MSW VOLUME GENERATION BY REGION, 2012 (%)
      • Decreasing Land Filling Space
        • FIGURE 8: LANDFILLING TREND IN EUROPE: MSW GENERATED VS. MSW LANDFILLED, 2013-2016 (MILLION TONS)
    • CHALLENGES OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY
      • Threat from Other Competing Technologies
        • TABLE 3: COMPETING RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES
      • Technological and Economical Hurdles
    • OPPORTUNITIES
      • Emergence of Asia-Pacific as a Major Hub for WTE
    • MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS
      • FIGURE 9 :GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY COMPANY MARKET SHARE, 2013 (%)

CHAPTER 4 - GLOBAL WASTE MANAGEMENT: CURRENT PRACTICES AND REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT

  • UNITED STATES
    • LANDFILLS
    • INCINERATORS
    • GUIDE FOR INDUSTRIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
    • REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
      • TABLE 4: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE U.S.
      • Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA)/(Superfund)
      • Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
      • National Environmental Policy Act
      • Medical Waste Tracking Act
      • Electronic Waste Recycling Act
  • EUROPE
    • CURRENT PRACTICES
      • Waste Prevention
      • Recycling and Reuse
      • Improving Final Disposal and Monitoring
    • WASTE LEGISLATION AND POLICIES
      • TABLE 5: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE
      • FIGURE 10: LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK OF WASTE MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE
      • Waste Framework Directives (75/442/EEC and 91/689/EEC)
      • Hazardous Waste Directive (91/689/EEC)
      • Directives on Waste Incineration related Air Pollution (89/369/EEC and 89/429/EEC)
      • Hazardous Waste Incineration Directive (94/67/EEC)
      • Regulation on Waste Shipments (259/93/EEC)
      • Landfill Directive (1999/31/EC)
      • Waste Incineration Directive (2000/76/EC)
      • Directive on Electricity Produced from Renewable Energy Sources (2001/77/EC)
      • Regulation on Persistent Organic Pollutants (850/2004/EC)
      • Framework for Waste Handling (2006/12/EC)
      • Codified Version of IPPC Directive (2008/1/EC)
    • ROLE OF BIOGAS FEED-IN TARIFFS AND RELATED POLICIES IN EUROPE
      • TABLE 6: COMPARISON OF FINANCIAL INCENTIVE POLICIES ADOPTED BY VARIOUS EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
    • WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN EUROPE
  • ASIA
    • CURRENT PRACTICES
      • Recycling/Recovery
      • Composting
      • Incineration
      • Landfilling
    • WASTE LEGISLATION AND POLICIES
      • TABLE 7: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ASEAN COUNTRIES
  • INDIA
    • Current Practices
    • Waste Legislation and Policies
      • TABLE 8: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN INDIA
    • Municipal Solid Waste Management and Handling Rules
    • Hazardous Waste Management (HWM) and Handling Rules
  • CHINA
    • Current Practices
      • TABLE 9: PROJECTED MUNICIPAL WASTE GENERATION FOR URBAN POPULATION IN CHINA, 2000-2030
      • Landfills
      • Waste Dumps
      • Waste Incineration
      • Biogas Production from Waste
    • Waste Legislation and Policies
      • TABLE 10: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN CHINA
  • JAPAN
    • Current Practices
    • Waste Legislation and Policies
      • TABLE 11: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN JAPAN
  • AUSTRALIA
    • Current Practices
      • TABLE 12: ESTIMATED RATIOS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF WASTE IN MSW, AUSTRALIA (%)
      • FIGURE 11: SOUTH AUSTRALIA WASTE TO RESOURCES HIERARCHY LEVEL
      • New South Wales (NSW)
      • South Australia
      • Victoria
      • Queensland
      • Western Australia
      • Australian Capital Territory
      • Tasmania
      • Northern Territory
    • Waste Legislation and Policies
      • TABLE 13: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN AUSTRALIA
  • SOUTH KOREA

CHAPTER 5 - ANALYSIS OF WTE TECHNOLOGIES

  • INTRODUCTION
    • FIGURE 12: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET SHARE BY TECHNOLOGY, 2013 VS. 2019 (%)
  • THERMAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
    • TABLE 14: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • FIGURE 13: TYPES OF THERMAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
    • TABLE 15: GLOBAL THERMAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 16: KEY CONVENTIONAL WTE SUPPLIERS BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY
    • TABLE 17: KEY ALTERNATIVE THERMAL WTE TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS WITH NUMBER OF PLANTS, THROUGHPUT AND TECHNOLOGY CONFIGURATION
    • TABLE 18: COMPARISON OF CONVENTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES WITH ALTERNATIVE WTE TECHNOLOGIES
    • TABLE 19: GLOBAL THERMAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • BIOLOGICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
    • TABLE 20: TYPICAL COMPONENTS OF BIOGAS AND THEIR IMPACTS ON BIOGAS QUALITY
    • TABLE 21: POTENTIAL OF MSW
  • ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
    • TABLE 22: COMPARISON OF ANAEROBIC AND AEROBIC DEGRADATION PROCESSES
    • FIGURE 14: THE FOUR PHASES OF ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION
    • TABLE 23 DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
    • Configurations Available for Anaerobic Digesters
      • Batch vs. Continuous
        • Continuous Stirred-Tank Reactors
        • Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket
        • Expanded Granular Sludge Bed
        • Internal Circulation Reactors
      • Mesophilic vs. Thermophilic
        • TABLE 24: COMPARISON OF MESOPHILIC AND THERMOPHILIC ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PROCESSES
      • Wet vs. Dry Digestion
      • Single Stage vs. Double Stage
        • TABLE 25: SUMMARY OF THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF VARIOUS COMMERCIAL AD SYSTEMS
    • BIOGAS TO ENERGY
      • Decontamination of Biogas
      • Liquefaction or Compression of Biogas
        • Liquefaction
        • Compression
      • Conversion of Biogas to Heat and Electric Power: Conventional and Emerging Technologies
        • TABLE 26: COMPARISON OF GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS POWER GENERATORS
        • TABLE 27: VARIOUS FUEL CELL TYPES USED FOR BIOGAS CONVERSION AND THEIR CURRENT STATUS
      • Feeding Biogas to the Natural Gas Supply
    • BIO-HYDROGEN
    • MECHANICAL BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT
      • TABLE 28: GLOBAL BIOLOGICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
      • TABLE 29: METHODS FOR INCREASING BIOGAS YIELDS IN DIGESTERS (%)
      • TABLE 30: GLOBAL BIOLOGICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • PHYSICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
      • TABLE 31: GLOBAL PHYSICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • GLOBAL PHYSICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET ESTIMATES
      • TABLE 32: GLOBAL PHYSICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 6 - REGIONAL MARKET DYNAMICS OF WTE INDUSTRY

  • OVERVIEW
    • FIGURE 15: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET SHARE BY REGION, 2013 VS. 2019 (%)
  • UNITED STATES
    • TABLE 33: U.S. WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 34: LIST OF WTE FACILITIES BY STATE
    • FIGURE 16: APPROXIMATE EMISSION OF GREENHOUSE GASES (TON CO2E/TON MSW)
    • TABLE 35: U.S. WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • CANADA
    • TABLE 36: CANADIAN WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 37: CANADIAN WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • EUROPE
    • TABLE 38: EUROPEAN WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • FIGURE 17: IMPACT BY COUNTRY, 2013
  • WASTE FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE
    • TABLE 39: LEVELS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE
    • FIGURE 18: WASTE GENERATION BY SECTOR IN EU27, 2013 (%)
    • TABLE 40: EUROPEAN WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • ASIA-PACIFIC
    • TABLE 41: ASIA-PACIFIC WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 42: ASIA-PACIFIC WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
  • ROW
    • TABLE 43: ROW WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 44: ROW WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 7 - WORLDWIDE INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • OVERVIEW
  • ASIA-PACIFIC
  • EUROPE
  • NORTH AMERICA
    • FIGURE 19: DISTRIBUTION OF INVESTMENT IN WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NORTH AMERICA BY SUBSEGMENT, 2011-2020 (%)
    • FIGURE 20: U.S. WASTE-TO-ENERGY: COMPANY MARKET SHARES, 2012 (%)
  • SOUTH AMERICA
    • FIGURE 21: DISTRIBUTION OF NEW INVESTMENT FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH AMERICA BY SUBSEGMENT, 2011-2020 (%)
  • REST OF WORLD

CHAPTER 8 - COMPANY PROFILES

  • AMEC FOSTER WHEELER AG
    • TABLE 45: AMEC FOREST WHEELER'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • ANDRITZ AG
    • TABLE 46: ANDRITZ' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 47: ANDRITZ RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • ARROW ECOLOGY
    • TABLE 48: ARROW ECOLOGY'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • BABCOCK & WILCOX VOLUND A/S
    • TABLE 49: BABCOCK & WILSON VOLUND'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 50: BABCOCK & WILSON VOLUND'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • BIOGAS NORD AG
    • TABLE 51: BIOGAS NORD'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • BIOGEN GREENFINCH
    • TABLE 52: BIOGEN'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 53: BIOGEN'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015BIOGEN'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • BLUEFIRE ETHANOL
    • TABLE 54: BLUEFIRE'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 55: BLUEFIRE'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • BTA INTERNATIONAL GMBH
    • TABLE 56: BTA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • C&G ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION HOLDINGS LTD.
    • TABLE 57: C &G'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 58: C &G'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • CHINA EVERBRIGHT INTERNATIONAL LTD.
    • TABLE 59: CHINA EVERBRIGHT'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 60: CHINA EVERBRIGHT'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • CITEC INTERNATIONAL LTD OY
    • TABLE 61: CITEC'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 62: CITEC'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • CNIM
    • TABLE 63: CNIM'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 64: CNIM'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • COMMUNITY POWER CORP.
    • TABLE 65: CPC'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • COVANTA ENERGY CORP.
    • TABLE 66: COVANTA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 67: COVANTA'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • EBARA CORP.
    • TABLE 68: EBARA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • ECOCORP INC.
    • TABLE 69: ECOCORP'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • ENER-G
    • TABLE 70: ENER-G'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 71: ENER-G'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • ENTEC BIOGAS GMBH
    • TABLE 72: ENTEC BIOGAS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 73: ENTEC BIOGAS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • ENTECH RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS
    • TABLE 74: ENTECH'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • ENVITEC BIOGAS AG
    • TABLE 75: ENVITEC'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 76: ENVITEC'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • EVN AG
    • TABLE 77: EVN'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 78: EVN'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • FARMATIC ENGINEERING GMBH
    • TABLE 79: FARMATIC'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 80: FARMATIC'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • HAASE ENERGIE TECHNIK AG
    • TABLE 81: HASSE ENERGIE'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • INTERSTATE WASTE TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • TABLE 82: IWT'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • KEPPEL INTEGRATED ENGINEERING LTD.
    • TABLE 83: KEPPEL SEGHERS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 84: KEPPEL SEGHERS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • KOMPOGAS AXPO AG
    • TABLE 85: KOMPOGAS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • MARTIN GMBH
    • TABLE 86: MARTIN'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • ORGANIC WASTE SYSTEMS (OWS)
    • TABLE 87: OWS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 88: OWS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • PLASCO ENERGY GROUP
    • TABLE 89: PLASCO'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • RAMBOLL
    • TABLE 90: RAMBOLL'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 91: RAMBOLL'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • SCHMACK BIOGAS GMBH
    • TABLE 92: SCHMACK BIOGAS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 93: SCHMACK BIOGAS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • STEINMULLER BABCOCK ENVIRONMENT GMBH
    • TABLE 94: STEINMULLER'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 95: STEINMULLER'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • STRABAG UMWELTANLAGEN GMBH
  • SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT
    • TABLE 96: SUEZ' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 97: SUEZ' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • TAKUMA CO. LTD.
    • TABLE 98: TAKUMA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 99: TAKUMA'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • TIRU GROUP
    • TABLE 100: TIRU'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 101: TIRU'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • VALORGA INTERNATIONAL SAS.
    • TABLE 102: VALORGA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
  • VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
    • TABLE 103: VEOLIA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 104: VEOLIA'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
  • WHEELABRATOR TECHNOLOGIES
    • TABLE 105: WHEELABRATOR'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 106: WHEELABRATOR'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015

CHAPTER 9 - PATENT ANALYSIS

  • LIST OF PATENTS
    • UNITED STATES
      • TABLE 107: U.S. PATENTS, 2011 TO DEC. 2014
    • EUROPE
      • TABLE 108: EUROPE PATENTS, 2011 TO DEC. 2014
    • JAPAN
      • TABLE 109: JAPAN PATENTS, 2011 TO DEC. 2014

LIST OF TABLES

  • SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 1: KEY BENEFITS OF WTE PROCESSES
    • TABLE 2: KEY CHALLENGES TO WTE MARKETS
    • TABLE 3: COMPETING RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES
    • TABLE 4: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE U.S.
    • TABLE 5: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE
    • TABLE 6: COMPARISON OF FINANCIAL INCENTIVE POLICIES ADOPTED BY VARIOUS EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
    • TABLE 7: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ASEAN COUNTRIES
    • TABLE 8: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN INDIA
    • TABLE 9: PROJECTED MUNICIPAL WASTE GENERATION FOR URBAN POPULATION IN CHINA, 2000-2030
    • TABLE 10: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN CHINA
    • TABLE 11: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN JAPAN
    • TABLE 12: ESTIMATED RATIOS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF WASTE IN MSW, AUSTRALIA (%)
    • TABLE 13: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN AUSTRALIA
    • TABLE 14: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 15: GLOBAL THERMAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 16: KEY CONVENTIONAL WTE SUPPLIERS BY TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY
    • TABLE 17: KEY ALTERNATIVE THERMAL WTE TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS WITH NUMBER OF PLANTS, THROUGHPUT AND TECHNOLOGY CONFIGURATION
    • TABLE 18: COMPARISON OF CONVENTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES WITH ALTERNATIVE WTE TECHNOLOGIES
    • TABLE 19: GLOBAL THERMAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 20: TYPICAL COMPONENTS OF BIOGAS AND THEIR IMPACTS ON BIOGAS QUALITY
    • TABLE 21: POTENTIAL OF MSW
    • TABLE 22: COMPARISON OF ANAEROBIC AND AEROBIC DEGRADATION PROCESSES
    • TABLE 23: DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
    • TABLE 24: COMPARISON OF MESOPHILIC AND THERMOPHILIC ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PROCESSES
    • TABLE 25: SUMMARY OF THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF VARIOUS COMMERCIAL AD SYSTEMS
    • TABLE 26: COMPARISON OF GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS POWER GENERATORS
    • TABLE 27: VARIOUS FUEL CELL TYPES USED FOR BIOGAS CONVERSION AND THEIR CURRENT STATUS
    • TABLE 28: GLOBAL BIOLOGICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 29: METHODS FOR INCREASING BIOGAS YIELDS IN DIGESTERS (%)
    • TABLE 30: GLOBAL BIOLOGICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 31: GLOBAL PHYSICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 32: GLOBAL PHYSICAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 33: U.S. WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 34: LIST OF WTE FACILITIES BY STATE
    • TABLE 35: U.S. WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 36: CANADIAN WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 37: CANADIAN WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 38: EUROPEAN WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 39: LEVELS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE
    • TABLE 40: EUROPEAN WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 41: ASIA-PACIFIC WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 42: ASIA-PACIFIC WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 43: ROW WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 44: ROW WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 45: AMEC FOREST WHEELER'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 46: ANDRITZ' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 47: ANDRITZ RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 48: ARROW ECOLOGY'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 49: BABCOCK & WILSON VOLUND'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 50: BABCOCK & WILSON VOLUND'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 51: BIOGAS NORD'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 52: BIOGEN'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 53: BIOGEN'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015BIOGEN'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 54: BLUEFIRE'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 55: BLUEFIRE'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 56: BTA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 57: C &G'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 58: C &G'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 59: CHINA EVERBRIGHT'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 60: CHINA EVERBRIGHT'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 61: CITEC'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 62: CITEC'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 63: CNIM'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 64: CNIM'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 65: CPC'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 66: COVANTA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 67: COVANTA'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 68: EBARA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 69: ECOCORP'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 70: ENER-G'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 71: ENER-G'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 72: ENTEC BIOGAS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 73: ENTEC BIOGAS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 74: ENTECH'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 75: ENVITEC'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 76: ENVITEC'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 77: EVN'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 78: EVN'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 79: FARMATIC'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 80: FARMATIC'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 81: HASSE ENERGIE'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 82: IWT'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 83: KEPPEL SEGHERS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 84: KEPPEL SEGHERS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 85: KOMPOGAS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 86: MARTIN'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 87: OWS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 88: OWS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 89: PLASCO'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 90: RAMBOLL'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 91: RAMBOLL'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 92: SCHMACK BIOGAS' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 93: SCHMACK BIOGAS' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 94: STEINMULLER'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 95: STEINMULLER'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 96: SUEZ' PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 97: SUEZ' RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 98: TAKUMA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 99: TAKUMA'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 100: TIRU'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 101: TIRU'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 102: VALORGA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 103: VEOLIA'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 104: VEOLIA'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 105: WHEELABRATOR'S PRODUCT PORTFOLIO
    • TABLE 106: WHEELABRATOR'S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 TO JAN. 2015
    • TABLE 107: U.S. PATENTS, 2011 TO DEC. 2014
    • TABLE 108: EUROPE PATENTS, 2011 TO DEC. 2014
    • TABLE 109: JAPAN PATENTS, 2011 TO DEC. 2014 175

LIST OF FIGURES

  • SUMMARY FIGURE: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY, 2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS)
    • FIGURE 1: BASIC WTE PATHWAYS
    • FIGURE 2: GLOBAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY TYPE, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 3: GLOBAL RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY INSTALLED CAPACITY BY SOURCE, 2012-2019 (GW)
    • FIGURE 4: GLOBAL GDP ACTUAL AND PROJECTED GROWTH RATE AND TRENDS BY ECONOMY, 2010-2025 (%)
    • FIGURE 5: GLOBAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY REGION, 2015-2035 (MTOE)
    • FIGURE 6: GLOBAL AVAILABLE MUNICIPAL WASTE FOR WTE, 2009-2016 (MILLION TONS)
    • FIGURE 7: GLOBAL SHARES OF MSW VOLUME GENERATION BY REGION, 2012 (%)
    • FIGURE 8: LANDFILLING TREND IN EUROPE: MSW GENERATED VS. MSW LANDFILLED, 2013-2016 (MILLION TONS)
    • FIGURE 9: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY COMPANY MARKET SHARE, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 10: LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK OF WASTE MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE
    • FIGURE 11: SOUTH AUSTRALIA WASTE TO RESOURCES HIERARCHY LEVEL
    • FIGURE 12: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET SHARE BY TECHNOLOGY, 2013 VS. 2019 (%)
    • FIGURE 13: TYPES OF THERMAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES
    • FIGURE 14: THE FOUR PHASES OF ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION
    • FIGURE 15: GLOBAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY MARKET SHARE BY REGION, 2013 VS. 2019 (%)
    • FIGURE 16: APPROXIMATE EMISSION OF GREENHOUSE GASES (TON CO2E/TON MSW)
    • FIGURE 17: IMPACT BY COUNTRY, 2013
    • FIGURE 18: WASTE GENERATION BY SECTOR IN EU27, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 19: DISTRIBUTION OF INVESTMENT IN WASTE MANAGEMENT IN NORTH AMERICA BY SUBSEGMENT, 2011-2020 (%)
    • FIGURE 20: U.S. WASTE-TO-ENERGY: COMPANY MARKET SHARES, 2012 (%)
    • FIGURE 21: DISTRIBUTION OF NEW INVESTMENT FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH AMERICA BY SUBSEGMENT, 2011-2020 (%)
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