Europe's waste-to-energy market determines the industry to proliferate with 6.69% of compound annual growth rate during the forecast years from 2019-2027.
Data from the Eurostat suggests France to have generated 501 kg of municipal waste per capita in 2015. In 2015, the country recycled only 39.5% of the household waste that was generated, as compared to the other countries in Europe. France thus lags in comparison with other countries in the European region, considering the EU targets on waste management. The Energy Transition Act, was passed in France in 2015, which was aimed at improving the rate of recycling by at least 10% by the year 2020. Moreover, in 2015, the country became one of the top six countries in the region to use composting - a process that uses waste for creating energy.
Spain has taken measures to initiate plans for waste management in order to reduce its dependency on landfills, and has thereby become a viable market for waste management. However, the lack of incentives for managing waste, insufficient separated waste collection; lack of coordination between the different administrative levels; insufficient management of bio-waste, are some of the factors that have led to Spain having relatively low energy recovery levels, when compared to other European nations.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Europe Waste-To-Energy (WTE) Market - Summary
2. Industry Outlook
2.1. Market Definition
2.2. Key Insights
2.2.1. Data Analytics & Big Data Optimizing Waste Management Value Chain
2.2.2. Incineration - Key Thermal Waste-To-Energy Technology
2.2.3. Growing Prominence Of Biological Wte Technology
2.3. Porter's Five Forces Analysis
2.4. Key Impact Analysis
2.5. Market Attractiveness Index
2.6. Vendor Scorecard
2.7. Industry Components
2.7.1. Waste Generation
2.7.2. Waste Collection
2.7.5. Distributors & Retailers
2.8. Market Drivers
2.8.1. Rising Energy Demand & Need For Energy Security
2.8.2. Substantial Investments In New Wte Projects
2.8.3. Rapid Industrialization & Urbanization Contributing To The Increasing Municipal Waste
2.8.4. Declining Number Of Landfill Sites
2.9. Market Restraints
2.9.1. High Setup Cost - Major Drawback
2.9.2. Availability Of Alternative Technologies
2.9.3. Strict Environmental Guidelines
2.10. Market Opportunities
2.10.1. Depleting Conventional Energy Resources
2.10.2. Emerging Technologies
2.11. Market Challenges
2.11.1. Technological Challenges
2.11.2. Opposition From Environmental Groups & Local Communities
3. Europe Waste-To-Energy (Wte) Market Outlook - By Technology
4. Europe Waste-To-Energy (Wte) Market Outlook - By Type Of Waste
4.1. Municipal Waste
4.1.2. Commercial & Institutional
4.1.3. Construction & Demolition
4.1.4. Other Municipal Wastes
4.2. Process Waste
4.3. Medical Waste
4.4. Agriculture Waste
4.5. Other Wastes
5. Europe Waste-To-Energy (Wte) Market Outlook - By Application
5.3. Combined Heat & Power Units
5.4. Transport Fuels
5.5. Other Applications
6. Europe Waste-To-Energy (Wte) Market - Regional Outlook
6.1. United Kingdom
6.7. Rest Of Europe
7. Competitive Landscape
7.1. Amec Foster Wheeler Plc (Acquired By Wood Group)
7.2. Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc.
7.3. C&G Environmental Protection Holdings Ltd.
7.4. China Everbright International Ltd.
7.5. Covanta Holding Corporation
7.6. Green Conversion Systems, Inc.
7.7. Hitachi Zosen Corporation
7.8. Keppel Seghers
7.9. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
7.10. Plasco Conversion Systems (Acquired By Rmb Advisory Services)
7.11. Suez Environnement Company
7.12. Veolia Environnement S.A.
7.13. Waste Management, Inc.
7.14. Wheelabrator Technologies, Inc.
7.15. Xcel Energy, Inc.
7.16. Bta International Gmbh
7.17. Martin Gmbh
7.18. Ze-Gen, Inc.
7.19. Sako Brno A.S.
7.20. Austrian Energy & Environment Group
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