DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Biopower
Industry in China - Analysis & Forecast 2018" report has
been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This 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. This report looks at the global
biopower industry through a brief profile, which includes an industry
overview, statistics on the installed capacity of biopower and an
analysis of biopower markets in Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe.
The biopower industry in China is analyzed through an industry overview, installed capacity statistics, and electricity generation in the country from biopower feedstock. Capital expenditure on biopower in China and the industry investment is also analyzed. Regulatory framework governing the industry are also looked at.
The Chinese State Grid and other companies are pushing for the government to focus more on the development of biomass projects in the coming years.
As of today, biopower accounts for nearly 8% of the entire renewable power generation in China. Total electricity generated from biopower, however, still remains below 1%. Attaining stable prices and ensuring a long-term supply of biomass is the biggest challenge facing the industry in China.
Key Topics Covered
1. Executive Summary
2. Introduction to Biopower
2.1 What is Biopower?
2.2 Using Biopower as an Energy Source
2.3 Conversion Technologies for the Biopower Industry
2.3.1 Anaerobic Digestion
3. Global Biopower Industry: Brief Profile
3.1 Industry Overview
3.2 Installed Capacity of Biopower
3.3 Installed Capacity by Feedstock
3.4 Biopower Market by Regions
3.4.1 Asia Pacific
3.4.3 North America
4. Biopower Industry in China
4.1 Industry Overview
4.2 Installed Capacity of Biopower
4.3 Electricity Generation in China from Biopower
5. Biopower Capital Expenditure & Investment
5.1 Capital Expenditure
5.2 Industry Investment
6. Regulations Governing the Industry
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