Market Research Report - 230891
Ozone Generation: Technologies, Markets and Players
|Published by||BCC Research|
|Published||Content info||237 Pages|
|Ozone Generation: Technologies, Markets and Players|
|Published: June 18, 2015||Content info: 237 Pages||
The global ozone generation technology market totaled $736.1 million in 2014. This market is expected to grow at a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1% from 2015 to 2020, and reach $785.5 million in 2015 and $1.1 billion in 2020.
The scope of the market analyzed in this report includes OGT for the industrial, municipal and residential markets. Market categories include water applications, air and gas treatment systems and medical technologies. Market segments cover potable water, wastewater, process water, air and gas, and semi-conductor applications. Sub-segments include municipal, bottled and residential potable water applications; industrial and municipal wastewater applications; and pool and spa, aquaculture and other applications.
OGT market data are provided in dollar value for the years 2014 and 2015, with projections given through 2020. Data breakdowns are provided for industrial, municipal and residential applications, as well as market categories and segments. Regional data is presented for seven global regions: Asia, North America, Latin America and Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Australia and Oceania, as well as for the 10 countries most involved in the OGT market.
Nana Lapham, an analyst with BCC Research, wrote her first technology report in 2001. Since then, her report portfolio has included a wide variety of topics, including nuclear technology, microgrids, energy efficiency, enhanced oil recovery, desalination, water recycling and reuse, and water infrastructure repair technology. Lapham has conducted and analyzed environmental research in the Pacific Northwest, where she currently resides. Her clients have included research and consulting companies, as well as other individual associations, including Oregon Websites and Watersheds Project Inc., an eco-consultancy; and the Pacific Northwest Research Station, an arm of the U.S. Forest Service. Her hands-on experience with environmental science gives her a unique, well-rounded perspective on industry and a deep understanding for the value of complete unbiased information.