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クリーンテクノロジーにおける主な10の動向:2011年

Top Ten Clean Technology Trends in 2011

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クリーンテクノロジーにおける主な10の動向:2011年 Top Ten Clean Technology Trends in 2011
出版日: 2011年01月31日 ページ情報: 英文 95 Pages
概要

電子廃棄物のリサイクル率は欧州が他の地域を凌いで最大となっています。2005年のEUの電子廃棄物リサイクル率はおよそ30%でしたが、2010年には39%となりました。2011年には40%にまで上昇すると予測されています。この高いリサイクル率の理由は、WEEEやRoHSなどの電子廃棄物管理に関する厳しい法令が施行されているからです。EUでは有害な電子廃棄物をアジアやアフリカなどの途上国に輸出することを禁じる法律も制定しています。こうした動きから、各メーカーは市場から廃棄品目を回収し正しくリサイクルしなければならず、電子廃棄物のリサイクルレベルを大幅に上げているのです。

当レポートでは、世界のクリーンテクノロジー動向について分析し、主要な10のクリーンテクノロジーの2005〜2011年の動向をまとめ、各分野への投資予測とともに、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 目次

第2章 イントロダクション

第3章 ニッケルカドミウムバッテリーが2011年に遅れをとるも、リチウムイオンおよびニッケルメタルハイブリッドバッテリーが前進

  • リチウムイオンバッテリーのシェアは2011年のHEVバッテリー市場におけるNi-MHバッテリーシェアを犠牲に拡大の見通し

第4章 電子廃棄物管理法の厳格な施行によって2011年の電子廃棄物リサイクル率は増加

  • 世界の電子廃棄物回収市場:2005〜2011年
  • 材料回収フロー別内訳

第5章 2011年はメンブレンシステムの拡大を刺激するための排水規制が厳格化

  • 世界の廃水処理および回収メンブレンシステム市場収益:2005〜2011年
  • 水不足と技術志向型コスト削減によって2011年の脱塩市場を促進見込み
  • 世界の脱塩容量:2005〜2011年

第6章 再生可能エネルギー政策と技術進歩が再生可能エネルギー市場の魅力を拡大

  • 2011年までの世界のエネルギーミクスにおける再生可能エネルギーのシェア
  • 風力タービンの設計における技術革新と政府の奨励策が風力発電市場への投資を加速見通し
  • 太陽光発電市場における太陽光パネルの効率化とナノテクノロジーの導入によって2011年の太陽光発電設置容量拡大見通し
  • 世界の水力累積設置容量:2005〜2011年
  • 世界のバイオマス発電累積設置容量:2005〜2011年

第7章 特効薬が希少変動と資源枯渇の脅威に対応し、2011年はグリーンビルディングがその地位を高める見込み

  • グリーンイニシアティブの奨励と最低限の標準化がグリーンビルディング開発の明るい前触れに
  • 世界のグリーンビルディング市場:2011年
  • 景気回復が世界の建設市場にプラスの影響となる見込み

第8章 外国の石油への依存度を低減する必要性が2011年のハイブリッド車市場の拡大を推進

  • 世界のハイブリッドカー市場:2005〜2011年
  • 世界的不況によって大打撃を受けた後の米国のハイブリッドカー売上が増加
  • 北米では環境への責任と持続可能な行動の良い例として社用車が前線に

第9章 環境関連法規制、再生可能燃料基準が世界のバイオ燃料市場への投資を加速

  • 地域別世界のバイオ燃料生産:2005〜2011年
  • 地域別世界のバイオ燃料消費:2005〜2011年

第10章 二酸化炭素削減政策が世界の二酸化炭素取引市場を加速

  • 京都議定書:排出権取引制度の先駆者
  • クリーン開発メカニズム
  • 第二次プロジェクト市場
  • キャップアンドトレードメカニズム
  • 世界の二酸化炭素取引市場は2011年までに1,800億米ドルを記録

第11章 世界のスマートグリッド市場の発展には拡大戦略が鍵

  • 世界のスマートグリッド市場へのプライベートエクイティ、ベンチャーキャピタル投資は2011年に増加傾向
  • アジア太平洋地域が2011年のスマートグリッド市場を動かす

第12章 民間部門の投資拡大が2011年の廃棄物熱源転換技術の幅広い商品化のきっかけとなる見込み

  • 廃棄物熱源転換技術市場に影響を及ぼす因子
  • 世界の廃棄物熱源転換技術収益:2005〜2011年

第13章 付録

目次
Product Code: GBICT0034ICR

Abstract

GBI Research' s new report, “Top Ten Clean Technology Trends in 2011” provides key information and detailed insight into clean technology industry trends. It contains a detailed analysis on the major trends in various domains of the clean technology sector. It discusses the emergence of Lithium-ion and Nickel-metal Hydride battery technology in the advanced battery segment. The report analyses the impact of government regulations in the water and wastewater management industry, e-waste management industry, biofuel market, and renewable energy sector. The report also provides information on the emergence of green buildings to counter the threat of climate change and resource scarcity. It also discusses the emergence of carbon trading and the smart grid market.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research' s team of industry experts

Lithium-Ion and Nickel-Metal Hybrid Batteries are Likely to Witness a Rise while Nickel-Cadmium Batteries Lag in 2011

Nickel-cadmium (Ni-Cd) batteries are losing market share to Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries in the power tools segment, while Nickel-Metal Hybrid (Ni-MH) batteries are taking over Ni-Cd batteries in toys, cordless phones and the household devices segment. Ni-Cd batteries offer only half the capacity of Ni-MH batteries for the same weight or volume, and only one-fourth that of Li-ion batteries. The Ni-Cd market is shrinking due to its poor price-performance ratio compared with other battery chemistries. In 2009, sales of Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries decreased by 43% in the electronics segment, and this trend are expected to continue in 2011 also.

Furthermore, production of Ni-Cd Batteries is declining as a result of stringent legislations restricting the use of cadmium in many countries. The Environment Directorate of the European Commission, along with certain Nordic countries, has restricted the use of cadmium-containing products.

The market share of Li-ion and Ni-MH batteries is increasing. However the rate of growth of Li-ion batteries is higher than the Ni-MH batteries. In 2010, the market share of Li-ion batteries was 79%, which is expected to increase to 80.7% in 2011. GBI Research anticipates a slow increase in the market share of Ni-MH batteries. The market share of Ni-MH is expected to grow by 0.1% for the year 2011 from its share in 2010. However, the Ni-Cd battery market share is on the verge of decline. GBI Research anticipates the market share to reduce to 5.1% in 2011, as compared to 6.8% market share in 2010.

E-Waste Recycling Rates will Continue to Rise in 2011, Driven by Strict Implementation of E-Waste Management Laws

The e-waste recycling rates are highest in Europe among all other regions. In 2005 the e-waste recycling rate in the EU was approximately 30%, which increased to 39% in 2010. GBI Research expects the e-waste recycling rates to go up to 40% in 2011. The reason for the high recycling rate in Europe is the strict implementation of the e-waste management laws. The Waste Electrical and Electronics Goods directive (WEEE) and Restriction of Hazardous Substance directive (RoHS) are the EU’s e-waste management laws. In the North American region the e-waste recycling rate is relatively low as compared to Europe. The e-waste recycling rate in the US in 2011 was 13.4%. Analysts at GBI Research anticipate the e-waste recycling rate to be 14% in 2011. The e-waste recycling rate in Canada in 2010 was 7.6%, which is expected to increase slowly with the formulation of e-waste management legislations.

In the Asia-Pacific region the e-waste recycling rate of Japan is very high. In 2010 Japan witnessed a recycling rate of 83%. GBI Research expects the recycling rate in Japan to follow the rising trend to reach 84% in 2011. The recycling rate of e-waste in Japan is very high due to strictly implemented HARL and Promotion of Effective Utilization of Resources. The e-waste recycling rate in China is very low as compared to Japan. In 2005 the e-waste recycling rate in China was only 4%. Analysts at GBI Research anticipate the recycling rate will slowly start increasing to reach 6% in 2011, due to strict implementation of e-waste management laws. The e-waste recycling rate in India was approximately 4% in 2010. This low recycling rate is due to lack of any specific e-waste management law in India. Similarly, Australia does not have any concrete policy to deal with e-waste on a national basis. However, some of the Australian states like South Australia are trying to facilitate e-waste recovery and recycling. This has led to improvement in the recycling rate. GBI Research anticipates the e-waste recycling rate in Australia to rise to 10% in 2011 from its earlier value of 8% in 2005.

Tightening Wastewater Discharge Regulations to Stimulate the Growth of Membrane Based Systems in 2011

Stringent legislations on effluent discharge will continue to boost the demand for wastewater treatment and recovery technologies such as membrane based systems, activated carbon, and media filtration, among others. Acting as a primary driver for the market, legislative directives have revitalized wastewater treatment and the recovery equipment market and enhanced the growth prospects for secondary and tertiary recycling. The aim is to promote water conservation by treating and re-using wastewater. These legislative directives have placed enormous pressure on industries to clean up their wastewater. Local and national water regulators are keen to adopt international regulations; as for example in China, which recently adopted regulatory systems from the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) recommended practices. International regulations which are more stringent are expected to replace local and national regulations, thereby driving growth in the adoption of wastewater treatment and recovery technologies. International regulations are expected to supersede some of the local and national regulations, thus driving growth and the introduction of new products in the industry. This trend is likely to favor global conglomerates and drive further consolidation in the industry in the year 2011.

Global Renewable Energy Share in World Marketed Energy Mix to 2011

Crude oil and other liquid fuels are the major sources of energy for the world, accounting for approximately a third of the total energy consumption. However the increasing emphasis on reducing carbon emissions has led to high acceptance of less polluting energy resources such as renewable sources, natural gas and nuclear energy.

The increasing environmental concern is the major driving force for the increasing adoption of renewable sources of energy. The increasing oil prices, technological advancements, favorable policies and agreement on carbon emission targets by major energy consuming countries will be the major drivers for renewable energy in 2011. Renewable energy sources are expected to steadily increase their share in world energy consumption.
Renewable energy accounted for nearly 10% of the total marketed energy mix in 2010, and is expected to steadily increase to approximately 11% in 2011.

Summary

GBI Research' s new report, “Top Ten Clean Technology Trends in 2011” provides key information and detailed insight into clean technology industry trends. It contains a detailed analysis on the major trends in various domains of the clean technology sector. It discusses the emergence of Lithium-ion and Nickel-metal Hydride battery technology in the advanced battery segment. The report analyses the impact of government regulations in the water and wastewater management industry, e-waste management industry, biofuel market, and renewable energy sector. The report also provides information on the emergence of green buildings to counter the threat of climate change and resource scarcity. It also discusses the emergence of carbon trading and the smart grid market. This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research' s team of industry experts.

Scope

The report analyses market opportunities and challenges for clean technology industry in the global arena. Its scope includes -
• Qualitative analysis of market drivers, restraints and challenges for the clean technology industry in 2011.
• Market analysis and key information on the predicted top ten trends in the clean technology industry in 2011 across a wide spectrum of industries that include energy generation, energy storage, energy infrastructure, energy efficiency, air, water, manufacturing/industrial, transportation, recycling & waste management, material management and agriculture.
• Impact of the government policies and legislations on the top ten market trends in clean technology industry in 2011.

Reasons to buy

• Exploit growth opportunities for investments in the wide range of clean technology industries.
• Develop business strategies by understanding the trends and developments in the clean technology industry.
• Devise market-entry and expansion strategies among the various clean technologies.
• Make informed business decisions from the insightful and in-depth deal analysis for making investments in the various clean technology industries.
• Identify the key players best positioned to take the advantages of the emerging market.
• What' s the next big thing in clean technology industry-identify, understand and capitalize.

Table of Contents

1. Table of Contents

  • 1.1 List of Tables
  • 1.2 List of Figures

2. Introduction

  • 2.1 Report Guidance

3. Lithium-Ion and Nickel-Metal Hybrid Batteries are Likely to Witness a Rise while Nickel-Cadmium Batteries Lag in 2011

  • 3.1 Li-ion Battery share is Expected to increase at the Expense of Ni-MH Battery Share in the HEV Battery Market in 2011

4. E-Waste Recycling Rates will Continue to Rise in 2011, Driven by Strict Implementation of E-Waste Management Laws

  • 4.1 Global E-Waste Recovery Market, 2005-2011
  • 4.2 Global E-Waste Recovery Market Revenues Breakdown (%), By Material Stream Recovered, 2010

5. Tightening Wastewater Discharge Regulations to Stimulate the Growth of Membrane Based Systems in 2011

  • 5.1 Global Wastewater Treatment and Recovery Membrane System Market Revenue, 2005-2011
  • 5.2 Increasing Water Shortage and Technology Driven Cost Reduction is Expected to Drive the Desalination Market in 2011
  • 5.3 Global Desalination Capacity, 2005-2011

6. Pro-Renewable Policies and Technological Advancements Assert High Attractiveness of the Renewable Energy Market

  • 6.1 Global Renewable Energy Share in World Marketed Energy Mix to 2011
  • 6.2 Technological Innovations in Wind Turbine Design and Government Incentives are Expected to Fuel Investments in the Wind Power Market
  • 6.3 Increased Efficiency of Solar Panels and Introduction of Nanotechnology in the Solar Power Market is Expected to Increase the Installed Solar Photovoltaic Capacity in 2011
  • 6.4 Global Hydropower Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2005-2011
  • 6.5 Global Biomass Power Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2005-2011

7. Green Building is Expected to Strengten its Position as a Silver Bullet to Counter the Threats of Climate Change and Resource Scarcity in 2011

  • 7.1 The Two-Pronged Strategy of Incentivizing Green Initiatives and Enforcing a Minimum Level of Standards Bodes Well for the Development of Green Buildings
  • 7.2 Global Green Buildings Market, 2011
  • 7.3 Economy Recovery is Expected to Have a Positive Ripple Effect on the Global Construction Market

8. Need to Reduce the Dependence on Foreign Oil Will Continue to Drive the Growth of the Hybrid Vehicle Market in 2011

  • 8.1 Global Hybrid Electric Car Market by Volume, 2005-2011
  • 8.2 US Hybrid Electric Car Sales Witnessing a Rise after Being Badly Affected by the Global Recession
  • 8.3 Corporate Fleets are at the Forefront in Providing a Positive Example of Ecological Responsibility and Sustainable Practices in North America

9. Environmental Regulations, Renewable Fuel Standards and Mandates to Drive Investments in the Global Biofuels Market

  • 9.1 Global Biofuel Production, On the Basis of Geography, 2005-2011
  • 9.2 Global Biofuel Consumption, On the Basis of Geography, 2005-2011

10. Carbon Policy Initiatives to Drive the Global Carbon Trading Market

  • 10.1 Kyoto Protocol, a Precursor of Emissions Trading Systems
  • 10.2 Clean Development Mechanisms (CDM)
    • 10.2.1 Joint Implementation (JI) and Assigned Amount Unit (AAU)
  • 10.3 Secondary Project-Based Market: Instrument to Hedge Price Risk in the Primary Project-Based Market
  • 10.4 Cap and Trade Mechanism
  • 10.5 Global Carbon Trading Market to Reach $180 Billion Mark by 2011

11. Expansion Strategies will be Key for the Development of the Global Smart Grid Market

  • 11.1 Private Equity / Venture Capital Investments in the Global Smart Grid Market are Likely to Increase in 2011
  • 11.2 Asia-Pacific is Expected to Move up in the Global Smart Grid Market in 2011

12. Increasing Private Sector Investments are Expected to Trigger the Widespread Commercialization of Waste to Energy Technology in 2011

  • 12.1 Major Factors Affecting the Waste to Energy Market
    • 12.1.1 Improved Emission Controls
    • 12.1.2 Eligibility for Tax Incentives and Carbon Credits
    • 12.1.3 Landfill Legislations
  • 12.2 Global Waste to Energy Revenue, 2005-2011

13. Appendix

  • 13.1 About GBI Research
  • 13.2 Abbreviations
  • 13.3 Methodology
    • 13.3.1 Coverage
    • 13.3.2 Secondary Research
    • 13.3.3 Primary Research
    • 13.3.4 Expert Panel Validation
  • 13.4 Contact Us
  • 13.5 Disclaimer

List of Tables:

  • Table 1: Global Market Share of Advanced Battery Technologies, Percentage (%), 2010-2011
  • Table 2: Lithium-ion Battery Market, Global, Analysis on the Basis of Application, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, By Value ($m), 2009-2011
  • Table 3: Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery Market, Global, Analysis on the Basis of Application, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, By Value ($m), 2009-2011
  • Table 4: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, ($bn), 2005-2011
  • Table 5: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, By Geography, 2010
  • Table 6: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, By Material Streams Recovered, 2010
  • Table 7: Wastewater Treatment Market, Global, Water Schemes
  • Table 8: Water Management and Control Regulations, China
  • Table 9: Wastewater Treatment Market, Europe, Key Countries Regulations
  • Table 10: Wastewater Treatment and Recovery Market, Global, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2011
  • Table 11: Desalination Market, Membrane Desalination, Cumulative Contracted Capacity (million m3/day), 2005-2020
  • Table 12: Desalination Market, Global, Cumulative Contracted Capacity (million m3/day), 2005-2011
  • Table 13: Renewable Energy Market, the US, Key Federal Legislations
  • Table 14: Renewable Energy Market, Europe, Key Countries Target
  • Table 15: Renewable Energy Share of the Global Marketed Energy Mix, (Quadrillion Btu), 2005-2011
  • Table 16: Wind Power Market, Global, Generation (GWh) 2005-2011
  • Table 17: Solar PV Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2005-2011
  • Table 18: Hydropower Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2005-2011
  • Table 19: Biomass Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2005-2011
  • Table 20: Green Buildings Market, Global, Revenue ($bn), 2010-2011
  • Table 21: Global Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2011
  • Table 22: Hybrid Electric Car Market, Global, Volume (‘000), 2005-2011
  • Table 23: Hybrid Electric Car Market, the US, Volume (‘000), 2005-2011
  • Table 24: North America, FedEx's Hybrid Electric Vehicle Fleet, Installed Base, 2005-2010
  • Table 25: Key Biofuel Tax Credits, the US, 2010
  • Table 26: Renewable Fuel Standards (Billion Gallons Per Year), the US, 2010-2022
  • Table 27: Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, Grants
  • Table 28: Subsidy Cost ($) per ton of CO2 equivalent , Europe, 2010
  • Table 29: Mandatory Blending Targets, (%), Europe, 2009
  • Table 30: Global Biofuel Market, Key Deals, 2010
  • Table 31: Global Biofuel Market, Partnership Deals, 2010
  • Table 32: Global Biofuel Market, Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Table 33: Global Biofuel Market, PE/VC Deals, 2010
  • Table 34: Global Biofuel Market, Debt Offerings, 2010
  • Table 35: Global Biofuel Market, Equity Offerings, 2010
  • Table 36: Biofuel Market, Global, Production (Mbblpd), 2005-2011
  • Table 37: Biofuel Market, Global, Consumption (Mbblpd), 2005-2011
  • Table 38: Global Project Design Documents, 2010
  • Table 39: Carbon Trading Market, Global, Value ($bn), 2005-2011
  • Table 40: Smart Grid, Key Mergers and Acquisitions, 2010
  • Table 41: Smart Grid, Key Equity Offering Deals, 2010
  • Table 42: Smart Grid, Key Debt Offering Deals, 2010
  • Table 43: Smart Grid, Key Partnership Deals, 2010
  • Table 44: Global Venture Capital Investments in Smart Grid, Early 2010
  • Table 45: Smart Grid, Key PE/VC Funding, 2010
  • Table 46: Waste to Energy, Global, Revenue, $bn, 2005-2011
  • Table 47: Waste to Energy Market, Global, Revenue, By Geography, Percentage (%), 2010
  • Table 48: Glossary Of Terms

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Global Market Share of Advanced Battery Technologies, Percentage (%), 2010-2011
  • Figure 2: Lithium-ion Battery Market, Global, Analysis on the Basis of Application, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, By Value ($m), 2009-2011
  • Figure 3: Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery Market, Global, Analysis on the Basis of Application, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, By Value ($m), 2009-2011
  • Figure 4: Recycling Rate of Key E-waste Recycling Countries, 2010
  • Figure 5: E-waste Management Laws, Global, 2010
  • Figure 6: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, ($bn), 2005-2011
  • Figure 7: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, By Geography, 2010
  • Figure 8: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, By Material Streams Recovered, 2010
  • Figure 9: Wastewater Treatment and Recovery Market, Global, Regulations, 2010
  • Figure 10: Wastewater Treatment and Recovery Membrane System Market, Global, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2011
  • Figure 11: Desalination Market, Membrane Desalination, Cumulative Contracted Capacity (million m3/day), 2005-2020
  • Figure 12: Desalination Market, Global, Cumulative Contracted Capacity (million m3/day), 2005-2011
  • Figure 13: Renewable Energy Share of the Global Marketed Energy Mix, (Quadrillion Btu), 2005-2011
  • Figure 14: Wind Power Market, Global, Generation (GWh) 2005-2011
  • Figure 15: Solar PV Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2005-2011
  • Figure 16: Hydropower Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2005-2011
  • Figure 17: Biomass Power Market, Global, Cumulative Installed Capacity (MW), 2005-2011
  • Figure 18: Green Buildings Market, Global, Revenue ($bn), 2010-2011
  • Figure 19: Global Construction Market, Revenue ($bn), 2005-2011
  • Figure 20: Imported Oil as a Percentage of Total Consumption in Developed Economies, 2009
  • Figure 21: Hybrid Electric Car Market, Global, Volume (‘000), 2005-2011
  • Figure 22: Hybrid Electric Car Market, the US, Volume (‘000), 2005-2011
  • Figure 23: North America, FedEx's Hybrid Electric Vehicle Fleet, Installed Base, 2005-2010
  • Figure 24: Renewable Fuel Standards (Billion Gallons Per Year), the US, 2010-2022
  • Figure 25: Global Biofuel Market, Key Deals, 2010
  • Figure 26: Biofuel Market, Global, Production (Mbblpd), 2005-2011
  • Figure 27: Biofuel Market, Global, Consumption (Mbblpd), 2005-2011
  • Figure 28: Global Carbon Trading Regulatory Structure, 2010
  • Figure 29: Global Number of Joint Implementation Projects by Country, 2010
  • Figure 30: Global Secondary Project-based Market Volume Transaction (MtCO2e) and Carbon Price ($/tCO2e) Shift, 2005-2009
  • Figure 31: Carbon Trading Market, Global, Value ($bn), 2005-2011
  • Figure 32: Global Smart Grid Market by Market Stages, 2010-2011
  • Figure 33: Waste to Energy, Global, Revenue, $bn, 2005-2011
  • Figure 34: Waste to Energy Market, Global, Revenue, By Geography, Percentage (%), 2010
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