Water for Power: Opportunities in Water and Wastewater Treatment for Tomorrow's Energy Needs
|発行||Global Water Intelligence||商品コード||278587|
|電力分野向け水市場 Water for Power: Opportunities in Water and Wastewater Treatment for Tomorrow's Energy Needs|
|出版日: 2013年09月30日||ページ情報: 英文||
Global demand for energy is accelerating. Between 2013 and 2035, the International Energy Agency predicts that 5,890 GW of capacity will be needed to meet growing demands and this will require $9.7 trillion of investment in new power stations.
Capacity of coal fired plants using wet FGD scrubbers in China 1990-2013
Water and power are inextricably linked. Water is the ‘working fluid’ for the thermal power industry - the largest industrial user of water in the world - so it goes without saying that this growth will create huge global opportunities for the water sector.
On top of a growing demand for energy, stricter environmental regulations globally and increasing water scarcity will open up huge avenues of opportunity for the water and wastewater sector. The thermal power industry will invest increasingly in water and wastewater treatment and services - such as chemicals, outsourcing and mobile treatment.
Water for Power will guide you through the best opportunities in water treatment and services for the fossil fuel and nuclear power industry - the report will investigate global trends and geographical market drivers; it will highlight the biggest growth regions and show you exactly how to break into these markets. We show you how the energy mix will shape future markets and affect investments, forecasting the best prospects for your business in this rapidly growing sector.
The demand for energy is set to accelerate and the water for power industry will be one of the fastest-growing markets over the next decade.
This report is the definitive, global guide to the emerging opportunities in this sector, covering:
Water for Power covers the following opportunities in water and wastewater treatment for the water for power industry:
FGD Wastewater treatment - flue gas desulphurisation technologies produce highly concentrated wastewater streams that simply have to be treated - especially in countries such as China where regulations are tightening. As a result, power plant operators are investing more and more in advanced wastewater treatment technologies. The report shows you where this is opening up opportunities for international players to capitalise on the inexperience of local companies, and exactly how international players can penetrate these markets.
Water reuse - Plant operators are coming under increased pressure to reduce their effect on the environment. Water reuse can reduce water withdrawals in areas experiencing water scarcity. In India, the use of ZLD technologies will see substantial growth to meet targets for water reuse in new power plants. We highlight opportunities for water treatment specialists to capitalise on these emerging trends and drivers.
Cooling system upgrades - once-through cooling systems place a significant strain on local water sources. Stricter regulations on discharge in countries like the USA mean that this is no longer a sustainable strategy. The report will investigate how and where tightening regulations will encourage water reuse in the cooling system and investment in more advanced water treatment, so you can keep ahead of your competitors in capitalising on these emerging opportunities.
Chemical Treatment - the shift towards advanced treatment systems and recirculating will drive the chemical treatment market. Cooling towers require greater control of water chemistry than once-through systems and water and wastewater treatment systems require chemical feeds to make sure they operate efficiently - so there will be huge new avenues of opportunity for suppliers of water treatment chemicals. The report analyses how chemicals are bought and sold in different markets, showing you how you can enter each individual supply chain.
Outsourcing - Power plant operators are increasingly considering the option to outsource the operation of their water treatment systems to focus on what they do the best - generating electricity. Water companies have the opportunity to bring their greater system knowledge to deliver financial savings to the power sector. This report assesses the opportunities for outsourcing in the global arena.
Mobile water treatment systems -There will be an increased demand for temporary water treatment systems in case of emergencies, during scheduled maintenance to existing systems, and as an alternative to conventional water treatment systems. This report analyses the potential for temporary water treatment, and identifies the leading players in this rapidly developing market.
This report offers a global guide to the opportunities for the water and wastewater sector in the power industry. For each region, it offers an overview of the energy mix, market drivers, forecasted investment and future projects.
The report focuses on the three countries where we see the greatest opportunities - India, China and the USA. We analyse the unique trends and drivers in each country, supply chains and procurement models, key players and market opportunities, as well as providing a forecast of projected investments.
Water for Power gives you invaluable advice from industry insiders on how to do business in the three biggest markets - India, China and the USA. By interviewing experts who have concrete experience in that country, we reveal how the market works in practice and give you strategies to guarantee success in each country.
Overview of water intensive processes in the fossil fuel and nuclear power industry.