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.
The 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.
Key Topics Covered:
A. Executive Summary
B. Introduction to Biopower
C. Global Biopower Industry
D. Factors Driving the Global Biopower Industry
E. Major Challenges Facing the Global Biopower Industry
F. Biopower Industry in Brazil
G. Biopower Industry in China
H. Biopower Industry in Germany
I. Biopower Industry in India
J. Biopower Industry in United Kingdom
K. Biopower Industry in United States
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