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Global Waste to Energy Market Forecast 2019-2027

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Global Waste to Energy Market Forecast 2019-2027
Published: February 25, 2019 Content info: 270 Pages
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KEY FINDINGS

The increasing industrialization, urbanization and the variety in lifestyle that accompany the process of economic growth, also gives rise to the generation of enormous quantities of wastes leading to increased threats to the environment. Therefore, waste-to-energy technologies are considered to be one of the most robust and effective alternative energy options to reduce CO2 emissions, replace fossil fuels, and further reduce the generated wastes in the current times. It is estimated that the global waste to energy market will be progressing at a growth rate of 6.22% CAGR by the end of 2027.

MARKET INSIGHTS

Approximately 2/3 of household waste is categorized as biomass. So, the biological waste-to-energy technologies are expected to penetrate the market more vigorously than other WTE technologies. The advantage of WTE over other waste management strategies is its potential for the extraction of energy. The plant itself uses a major portion of this energy for its internal energy requirements; the remainder is supplied to the respective community.

The strong shift in the trend toward energy security around the world, the depletion of conventional energy resources and increasing municipal waste generation are some of the circumstances that are driving the market growth throughout the world. Even though it has various advantages, several factors are restraining market expansion. For instance, opposition from local communities & environment groups & stringent environmental guidelines, are some of the major hurdles that need to be overcome by the market players.

REGIONAL INSIGHTS

The global waste to energy market is geographically segmented into North America, Asia Pacific, Europe and the remaining countries forming the Rest of World segment. The Asia-Pacific market has emerged as a major hub for WTE development that is expected to provide numerous growth opportunities to market players over the forecast period. The emerging economies of China and India have been developing their renewable resources to minimize their carbon footprints.

COMPETITIVE INSIGHTS

Companies who produce energy by depending on the WTE technologies either collect waste from municipal sites or from waste suppliers who considered to be the most important part of the value chain in the WTE market. Some of the companies operating in the global waste-to-energy market are Martin GmbH, Sako Brno A.S., MHI Industrial Engineering & Services Private Ltd. (MIES), Ze-Gen Inc., BTA International GmbH, C&G Environmental Protection Holdings Limited, Wheelabrator Technologies Inc., China Everbright International Ltd., Plasco Conversion Technologies Inc., AMEC Foster Wheeler (acquire by Wood Group), Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises Inc., Suez Environment, Hitachi Zosen Innova AG, Veolia Environment S.A., Waste Management Inc., Ørsted, Covanta Energy, Austrian Energy & Environment Group, Keppel Seghers and Xcel Energy.

Table of Contents
Product Code: 11321

Table of Contents

1. RESEARCH SCOPE

  • 1.1. STUDY GOALS
  • 1.2. SCOPE OF THE MARKET STUDY
  • 1.3. WHO WILL FIND THIS REPORT USEFUL?
  • 1.4. STUDY AND FORECASTING YEARS

2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

  • 2.1. SOURCES OF DATA
    • 2.1.1. SECONDARY DATA
    • 2.1.2. PRIMARY DATA
  • 2.2. TOP-DOWN APPROACH
  • 2.3. BOTTOM-UP APPROACH
  • 2.4. DATA TRIANGULATION

3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 3.1. MARKET SUMMARY
  • 3.2. KEY FINDINGS
    • 3.2.1. EUROPE ACCOUNTS FOR THE LARGEST REVENUE SHARE
    • 3.2.2. BIOLOGICAL WTE TECHNOLOGY IS ANTICIPATED TO BE THE FASTEST EVOLVING
    • 3.2.3. INCINERATION IS THE DOMINANT THERMAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGY
    • 3.2.4. GROWING NUMBER OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY PROJECTS

4. WASTE-TO-ENERGY OUTLOOK

  • 4.1. INTRODUCTION
  • 4.2. SOURCES OF WASTE
  • 4.3. WASTE-TO-ENERGY: THE CONCEPT
  • 4.4. BENEFITS OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY
  • 4.5. CHALLENGES TO WASTE-TO-ENERGY
  • 4.6. WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS
    • 4.6.1. THERMAL
      • 4.6.1.1. INCINERATION
      • 4.6.1.2. GASIFICATION
      • 4.6.1.3. PYROLYSIS
      • 4.6.1.4. PLASMA-ARC WTE TECHNOLOGY
    • 4.6.2. BIOLOGICAL
      • 4.6.2.1. ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
      • 4.6.2.2. BIOGAS TO ENERGY
    • 4.6.3. PHYSICAL
  • 4.7. WASTE-TO-ENERGY STRATEGY ANALYSIS
  • 4.8. APPLICATIONS OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY
    • 4.8.1. ELECTRICITY
    • 4.8.2. HEAT
    • 4.8.3. COMBINED HEAT AND POWER (CHP)
    • 4.8.4. TRANSPORT FUELS

5. MARKET DYNAMICS

  • 5.1. MARKET DEFINITION & SCOPE
  • 5.2. MARKET DRIVERS
    • 5.2.1. DEPLETION OF CONVENTIONAL ENERGY RESOURCES AUGMENTING DEMAND OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
    • 5.2.2. GROWING ENERGY DEMAND
    • 5.2.3. INCREASING MUNICIPAL WASTE GENERATION
    • 5.2.4. DECLINE IN THE NUMBER OF LANDFILL SITES
  • 5.3. MARKET RESTRAINTS
    • 5.3.1. HIGH INITIAL SETUP COST
    • 5.3.2. OPPOSITION FROM LOCAL COMMUNITIES & ENVIRONMENT GROUPS
    • 5.3.3. STRINGENT ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDELINES
  • 5.4. MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
    • 5.4.1. EMERGENCE OF ASIA-PACIFIC AS A MAJOR HUB FOR WTE
    • 5.4.2. HYDROTHERMAL CARBONISATION (HTC) & DENDRO LIQUID ENERGY (DLE) - KEY EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
    • 5.4.3. COLLABORATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) WITH INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT VALUE CHAIN
  • 5.5. MARKET CHALLENGES
    • 5.5.1. LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE SKILLED WORKFORCE
    • 5.5.2. THREAT FROM ESTABLISHED COMMERCIAL TECHNOLOGIES SUCH AS SOLAR POWER, HYDROPOWER AND WIND POWER
    • 5.5.3. TECHNOLOGICAL AND ECONOMICAL OBSTACLES

6. MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY

  • 6.1. THERMAL
  • 6.2. BIOLOGICAL
  • 6.3. PHYSICAL

7. MARKET BY WASTE TYPES

  • 7.1. MUNICIPAL WASTE
    • 7.1.1. RESIDENTIAL
    • 7.1.2. COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL
    • 7.1.3. CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION
    • 7.1.4. OTHER MUNICIPAL WASTES
  • 7.2. PROCESS WASTE
  • 7.3. MEDICAL WASTE
  • 7.4. AGRICULTURE WASTE
  • 7.5. OTHER WASTES

8. MARKET BY APPLICATION

  • 8.1. ELECTRICITY
  • 8.2. HEAT
  • 8.3. COMBINED HEAT & POWER UNITS
  • 8.4. TRANSPORT FUELS
  • 8.5. OTHER APPLICATIONS

9. KEY ANALYTICS

  • 9.1. PORTER'S FIVE FORCE ANALYSIS
    • 9.1.1. THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS
    • 9.1.2. THREAT OF SUBSTITUTE
    • 9.1.3. BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS
    • 9.1.4. BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS
    • 9.1.5. INTENSITY OF COMPETITIVE RIVALRY
  • 9.2. OPPORTUNITY MATRIX
  • 9.3. VENDOR LANDSCAPE
  • 9.4. KEY BUYING CRITERIA
    • 9.4.1. PRICE
    • 9.4.2. PRODUCT AVAILABILITY
    • 9.4.3. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
    • 9.4.4. ALTERNATIVES
  • 9.5. VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
    • 9.5.1. WASTE PRODUCERS
    • 9.5.2. WASTE COLLECTION
    • 9.5.3. SUPPLIERS
    • 9.5.4. MANUFACTURERS
    • 9.5.5. DISTRIBUTORS
    • 9.5.6. RETAILERS
    • 9.5.7. END-USERS
  • 9.6. LEGAL, POLICY & REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
    • 9.6.1. UNITED STATES
      • 9.6.1.1. CURRENT PRACTICES
      • 9.6.1.2. REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
    • 9.6.2. EUROPE
      • 9.6.2.1. CURRENT PRACTICES
      • 9.6.2.2. WASTE LEGISLATION AND POLICIES
      • 9.6.2.3. ROLE OF BIOGAS FEED-IN TARIFFS AND RELATED POLICIES IN EUROPE
      • 9.6.2.4. WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN EUROPE
    • 9.6.3. ASEAN COUNTRIES
      • 9.6.3.1. CURRENT PRACTICES
      • 9.6.3.2. WASTE LEGISLATION AND POLICIES
    • 9.6.4. INDIA
      • 9.6.4.1. CURRENT PRACTICES
      • 9.6.4.2. WASTE LEGISLATION AND POLICIES
    • 9.6.5. CHINA
      • 9.6.5.1. CURRENT PRACTICES
      • 9.6.5.2. WASTE LEGISLATION AND POLICIES
    • 9.6.6. JAPAN
      • 9.6.6.1. RECYCLING LAWS
      • 9.6.6.2. CURRENT PRACTICES
      • 9.6.6.3. WASTE LEGISLATION AND POLICIES
    • 9.6.7. AUSTRALIA
      • 9.6.7.1. CURRENT PRACTICES
      • 9.6.7.2. WASTE LEGISLATION AND POLICIES
    • 9.6.8. SOUTH KOREA

10. GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS

  • 10.1. NORTH AMERICA
    • 10.1.1. UNITED STATES
    • 10.1.2. CANADA
  • 10.2. EUROPE
    • 10.2.1. GERMANY
    • 10.2.2. UNITED KINGDOM
    • 10.2.3. SPAIN
    • 10.2.4. ITALY
    • 10.2.5. FRANCE
    • 10.2.6. REST OF EUROPE
  • 10.3. ASIA PACIFIC
    • 10.3.1. CHINA
    • 10.3.2. JAPAN
    • 10.3.3. INDIA
    • 10.3.4. THAILAND
    • 10.3.5. REST OF ASIA PACIFIC
  • 10.4. REST OF WORLD
    • 10.4.1. LATIN AMERICA
    • 10.4.2. MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

11. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

  • 11.1. KEY CORPORATE STRATEGIES
    • 11.1.1. PARTNERSHIPS & AGREEMENTS
    • 11.1.2. BUSINESS EXPANSIONS
  • 11.2. COMPANY PROFILES
    • 11.2.1. AMEC FOSTER WHEELER (ACQUIRE BY WOOD GROUP)
    • 11.2.2. AUSTRIAN ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT GROUP
    • 11.2.3. BABCOCK & WILCOX ENTERPRISES INC.
    • 11.2.4. BTA INTERNATIONAL GMBH
    • 11.2.5. C&G ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION HOLDINGS LIMITED
    • 11.2.6. CHINA EVERBRIGHT INTERNATIONAL LTD.
    • 11.2.7. COVANTA ENERGY
    • 11.2.8. HITACHI ZOSEN INNOVA AG
    • 11.2.9. KEPPEL SEGHERS
    • 11.2.10. MARTIN GMBH
    • 11.2.11. MHI INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING & SERVICES PRIVATE LTD. (MIES)
    • 11.2.12. ORSTED
    • 11.2.13. PLASCO CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • 11.2.14. SAKO BRNO A.S.
    • 11.2.15. SUEZ ENVIRONMENT
    • 11.2.16. VEOLIA ENVIRONMENT S.A.
    • 11.2.17. WASTE MANAGEMENT INC.
    • 11.2.18. WHEELABRATOR TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • 11.2.19. XCEL ENERGY
    • 11.2.20. ZE-GEN INC.

LIST OF TABLES

  • TABLE 1: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 2: LIST OF ANTICIPATED WASTE-TO-ENERGY PROJECTS ACROSS THE WORLD
  • TABLE 3: TYPES OR SOURCES OF WASTE
  • TABLE 4: KEY BENEFITS OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY PROCESSES
  • TABLE 5: KEY CHALLENGES TO WTE MARKETS
  • TABLE 6: KEY THERMAL WTE SUPPLIERS BY TYPE OF INCINERATION
  • TABLE 7: KEY ALTERNATIVE THERMAL WTE TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS WITH NUMBER OF PLANTS, THROUGHPUT AND TECHNOLOGY CONFIGURATION
  • TABLE 8: COMPARISON BETWEEN COMBUSTION, GASIFICATION AND PYROLYSIS
  • TABLE 9: COMPARISON OF CONVENTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES WITH ALTERNATIVE WTE TECHNOLOGIES
  • TABLE 10: LIST OF METHODS UNDER INVESTIGATION FOR IMPROVING BIOGAS YIELDS
  • TABLE 11: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANAEROBIC AND AEROBIC DIGESTION
  • TABLE 12: LIST OF POTENTIAL MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTES
  • TABLE 13: IMPORTANT PARAMETERS FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
  • TABLE 14: DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MESOPHILIC AND THERMOPHILIC ANAEROBIC DIGESTION
  • TABLE 15: BENEFITS AND LIMITATIONS OF DIFFERENT ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PROCESS CONFIGURATIONS
  • TABLE 16: COMPARISON OF GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS POWER GENERATORS
  • TABLE 17: DIFFERENT FUEL CELL TYPES USED FOR BIOGAS CONVERSION
  • TABLE 18: PROJECTED WASTE GENERATION DATA FOR 2025, BY REGION
  • TABLE 19: CARBON EFFICIENCY OF SEVERAL BIOFUEL PRODUCTION PROCESSES
  • TABLE 20: COMPETING RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES
  • TABLE 21: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 22: GLOBAL THERMAL WTE TECHNOLOGY MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 23: GLOBAL BIOLOGICAL WTE TECHNOLOGY MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 24: GLOBAL PHYSICAL WTE TECHNOLOGY MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 25: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY WASTE TYPES, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 26: GLOBAL MUNICIPAL WASTE MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 27: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY MUNICIPAL WASTE TYPES, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 28: GLOBAL RESIDENTIAL WASTE MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 29: GLOBAL COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL WASTE MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 30: GLOBAL CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION WASTE MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 31: GLOBAL OTHER MUNICIPAL WASTE MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 32: GLOBAL PROCESS WASTE MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 33: GLOBAL MEDICAL WASTE MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 34: GLOBAL AGRICULTURE WASTE MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 35: GLOBAL OTHER WASTES MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 36: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 37: GLOBAL ELECTRICITY MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 38: GLOBAL HEAT MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 39: GLOBAL COMBINED HEAT & POWER UNITS MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 40: GLOBAL TRANSPORT FUELS MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 41: GLOBAL OTHER APPLICATIONS MARKET, BY REGION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 42: OPPORTUNITY MATRIX
  • TABLE 43: VENDOR LANDSCAPE
  • TABLE 44: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE UNITED STATES
  • TABLE 45: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE
  • TABLE 46: COMPARISON OF FINANCIAL INCENTIVE POLICIES ADOPTED BY VARIOUS EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
  • TABLE 47: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ASEAN COUNTRIES
  • TABLE 48: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN INDIA
  • TABLE 49: PROJECTED MUNICIPAL WASTE GENERATION FOR URBAN POPULATION IN CHINA, 2000-2030
  • TABLE 50: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN CHINA
  • TABLE 51: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN JAPAN
  • TABLE 52: ESTIMATED RATIOS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF WASTE IN MSW, AUSTRALIA
  • TABLE 53: KEY LEGISLATION AND POLICIES FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT IN AUSTRALIA
  • TABLE 54: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2018-2026, (IN $ BILLION)
  • TABLE 55: NORTH AMERICA WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 56: LIST OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY FACILITIES IN UNITED STATES
  • TABLE 57: EUROPE WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 58: LEVELS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT IN EUROPE
  • TABLE 59: ASIA PACIFIC WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • TABLE 60: WASTE TO ENERGY TECHNIQUES PRACTICED IN MAJOR CITIES IN INDIA (TONNES PER DAY)
  • TABLE 61: POWER GENERATION POTENTIAL FROM MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE IN INDIA
  • TABLE 62: TIMELINE OF WASTE TO ENERGY PLANTS IN THAILAND, 2010-2016

LIST OF FIGURES

  • FIGURE 1: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2018 & 2027 (IN %)
  • FIGURE 2: EUROPE WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 3: REVENUE GENERATED BY BIOLOGICAL WASTE TO ENERGY TECHNOLOGY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 4: MARKET INVESTMENT FOR INCINERATION IN ASIA PACIFIC, EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA
  • FIGURE 5: COMPOSITION OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE (MSW)
  • FIGURE 6: BASIC PATHWAYS OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY
  • FIGURE 7: THERMAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY TECHNOLOGY TYPES
  • FIGURE 8: WORLDWIDE RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY INSTALLED CAPACITY, BY SOURCE, 2012-2019 (GW)
  • FIGURE 9: WORLDWIDE GDP GROWTH RATE AND TRENDS BY ECONOMY (ACTUAL AND PROJECTED), 2010-2025 (IN %)
  • FIGURE 10: WORLDWIDE REGION-WISE ENERGY CONSUMPTION, 2015-2035 (MTOE = MILLION TONS OF OIL EQUIVALENT)
  • FIGURE 11: WORLDWIDE AVAILABLE MUNICIPAL WASTE FOR WTE, 2009-2016 (MILLION TONS)
  • FIGURE 12: LANDFILLING TREND IN EUROPE: MSW GENERATED VS. MSW LANDFILLED, 2013-2016 (MILLION METRIC TONS)
  • FIGURE 13: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY THERMAL WTE TECHNOLOGY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 14: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY BIOLOGICAL WTE TECHNOLOGY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 15: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY PHYSICAL WTE TECHNOLOGY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 16: SOUTH AUSTRALIA WASTE TO RESOURCES HIERARCHY LEVEL
  • FIGURE 17: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY MUNICIPAL WASTE, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 18: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY RESIDENTIAL, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 19: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY COMMERCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 20: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY CONSTRUCTION & DEMOLITION, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 21: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY OTHER WASTES, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 22: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY PROCESS WASTE, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 23: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY MEDICAL WASTE, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 24: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY AGRICULTURE WASTE, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 25: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY OTHER WASTES, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 26: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY ELECTRICITY, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 27: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY HEAT, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 28: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY COMBINED HEAT & POWER UNITS, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 29: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY TRANSPORT FUELS, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 30: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, BY OTHER APPLICATIONS, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 31: PORTER'S FIVE FORCE ANALYSIS
  • FIGURE 32: KEY BUYING IMPACT ANALYSIS
  • FIGURE 33: VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS
  • FIGURE 34: GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, REGIONAL OUTLOOK, 2018 & 2027 (IN %)
  • FIGURE 35: UNITED STATES WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 36: CANADA WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 37: GERMANY WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 38: UNITED KINGDOM WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 39: NUMBER OF WASTE-TO-ENERGY FACILITIES IN UNITED KINGDOM, 2014-2016
  • FIGURE 40: SPAIN WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 41: ITALY WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 42: FRANCE WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 43: REST OF EUROPE WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 44: CHINA WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 45: JAPAN WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 46: INDIA WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 47: THAILAND WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 48: REST OF ASIA PACIFIC WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
  • FIGURE 49: REST OF WORLD WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET, 2019-2027 (IN $ MILLION)
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