Market Research Report
Ozone Generation: Technologies, Markets and Players
|Published by||BCC Research||Product code||230891|
|Published||Content info||254 Pages
|Ozone Generation: Technologies, Markets and Players|
|Published: May 30, 2017||Content info: 254 Pages||
The global market for ozone generation technology (OGT) totaled $841.4 million in 2016. The market should total $1.2 billion by 2021, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.1% from 2016 to 2021.
The scope of the market analyzed in this report includes OGT categories for water applications, air and gas treatment, and medicine on a global basis. Market segments for water applications include potable water (e.g., municipal, bottled, residential), wastewater (e.g., industrial, municipal), and process water and other water (e.g., pool and spa, aquaculture, remaining applications). The air and gas treatment category includes semiconductor manufacture and other air and gas treatment segments.
OGT market data are provided in dollar value for 2015 and 2016, with projections given through 2021. Data breakdowns are provided for the previously listed market categories and segments. Regional data is presented for seven global regions: Asia-Pacific, 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. Estimated values used are based on manufacturers' total revenues.
Nana Lapham, an analyst with BCC Research, wrote her first technology report in 2000. 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 the 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.