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Biogas to Energy (Analyst version) - The World Market for Biogas Plants 2012/2013 Product Image

Biogas to Energy (Analyst version) - The World Market for Biogas Plants 2012/2013

  • Published: December 2012
  • Region: Global
  • 270 Pages
  • Ecoprog

Biogas to Energy (Analyst version) - The World Market for Biogas Plants 2012/2013

The international biogas boom will continue in the years to come. The worldwide installed capacity will increase between 2012 and 2016 from 4,700 MWel to about 7,400 MWel – which is a growth of about 60 per cent in only five years. We furthermore expect the number of plants to increase from 9,700 to 13,500 plants.

The main reason for this growth is the support of renewable energy that is increasing throughout the world. More and more countries create the necessary framework conditions for a fast growth of the biogas industry. Europe will remain the world’s most dynamic market.

This study is the third edition of the biogas plant market analysis by ecoprog GmbH and the Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT. Amongst other actors, energy agencies, public authorities and associations as well as operators and plant manufacturers have been involved in this analysis.

This detailed investigation and current analysis of numbers, facts, estimations and trends of the worldwide market for biogas plants is of interest for producers, suppliers, READ MORE >

Content
Preface for the Analyst Version
Preface
Management summary

1 Background
1.1 Differentiation
1.2 Differentiation by feedstocks
1.3 Differentiation by fermentation technologies

2 Plant technology
2.1 Delivery and processing of the biomass
2.2 Anaerobic digestion of biomass
2.3 Using biogas
2.4 Digestates utilisation

3 Costs and revenues of biogas plants
3.1 Investment costs
3.2 Current costs
3.3 Revenues

4 Market factors and framework conditions
4.1 Legal framework
4.2 Acquisition of feedstocks
4.3 The worldwide potential of biogas

5 The worldwide market for biogas plants
5.1 Existing plants
5.2 Market development

6 Competition
6.1 Operators
6.2 Plant manufacturers

7 National Markets
7.1 Australia
7.2 Austria
7.3 Belgium
7.4 Brazil
7.5 Bulgaria
7.6 Canada
7.7 China
7.8 Croatia
7.9 Czech Republic
7.10 Denmark
7.11 Estonia
7.12 Finland
7.13 France
7.14 Germany
7.15 Hungary
7.16 India
7.17 Ireland
7.18 Italy
7.19 Japan
7.20 Latvia
7.21 Lithuania
7.22 Luxembourg
7.23 Netherlands
7.24 Norway
7.25 Poland
7.26 Portugal
7.27 Romania
7.28 Russia
7.29 Sweden
7.30 Switzerland
7.31 Slovakia
7.32 Slovenia
7.33 Spain
7.34 Turkey
7.35 United Kingdom
7.36 United States of America
7.37 Other countries
Argentina
Cyprus
Content
ecoprog
Greece
Iceland
Malaysia
Malta
Mexico
Philippines
Pakistan
Serbia
South Africa
South Korea
Thailand
Ukraine
Uruguay
Vietnam
Glossar
Methodology and data

Figures
Fig. 1: Biogas in electricity production
Fig. 2: Generating gas from biomass
Fig. 3: Proportion of landfill gas, sewage gas and biogas in the EU
Fig. 4: Example of a biogas plant
Fig. 5: Stages of biogas emergence
Fig. 6: Average biogas output and metahne content of different feedstocks
Fig. 7: Exemplary specific investment costs
Fig. 8: Average investment costs of biogas plants (co-digestion with chp- unit)
Fig. 9: Average current costs of biogas plants (co-digestion plant with chp-unit)
Fig. 10: Exemplary calculation of revenues of a 500 kWel co-digestion plant, according to German Renewable Energy Sources Act (EEG) 2012
Fig. 11: Compensation systems in the individual countries
Fig. 12: Aims of the EU countries for the expansion of biogas, landfill gas and sewage gas
Fig. 13: Kyoto goals and implementation status
Fig. 14: Development of maize and wheat prices
Fig. 15: Separately registered bio and organic waste in the EU
Fig. 16: Worldwide percentage of cultivated land
Fig. 17: Wordwide number of livestock units
Fig. 18: Potential and emergence of separately collected bio and organic waste
Fig. 19: Worldwide operational biogas plants (End of 2012)
Fig. 20: Worldwide installed capacities of biogas plants (End of 2012)
Fig. 21: Average size of a biogas plant in different countries
Fig. 22: Global Market forecast
Fig. 23: Yearly new build biogas plants with installed capacity
Fig. 24: Development of regional shares of worldwide installed capacity
Fig. 25: Growth of the installed capacity for regions and countries (2012 - 2016)
Fig. 26: Market Volume Worldwide
Fig. 27: Development of existing plants by country
Fig. 28: Development of capacities by country (capacity MWel)
Fig. 29: Market volume new construction by country (m €)
Fig. 30: Ranking of world’s largest biogas plant manufacturers according to installed capacity
Fig. 31: Market shares oft he biggest plant manufacturers
Fig. 32: Power generation by energy sources in Australia
Fig. 33: Biggest biogas plants in Australia
Fig. 34: Project outlook Australia
Fig. 35: Market forecast Australia
Fig. 36: Power generation by energy sources in Austria
Fig. 37: Compensation of biogas in Austria
Fig. 38: Project Outlook Austria
Fig. 39: Market forecast Austria
Fig. 40: Power generation by energy sources in Belgium
Fig. 41: Market forecast Belgium
Fig. 42: Project outlook Belgium
Fig. 43: Power generation by energy sources in Brazil
Fig. 44: Market forecast Brazil
Fig. 45: Power generation by energy sources in Bulgaria
Fig. 46: Size of compensation for biogas in Bulgaria 2012 / 2013
Fig. 47: Market forecast Bulgaria
Fig. 48: Project outlook Bulgaria
Fig. 49: Power generation by energy sources in Canada
Fig. 50: FIT-Programm in Ontario: Compensation for electricity fed into the grid for biogas plants
Fig. 51: Market forecast Canada
Fig. 52: Project outlook Canada
Fig. 53: Power generation by energy sources in China
Fig. 54: Active Biogas plants in China with power production
Fig. 55: Market forecast for biogas plants with power production in China
Fig. 56: Project outlook China
Fig. 57: Power generation by energy sources in Croatia
Fig. 58: New feed-in tariffs for biogas in Croatia (2012)
Fig. 59: Biogas plants in Croatia
Fig. 60: Market forecast Croatia
Fig. 61: Project outlook Croatia
Fig. 62: Power generation by energy sources in Czech Republic
Fig. 63: Compensation Biogas in Czech Republic 2012
Fig. 64: Project outlook Czech Republic
Fig. 65: Market forecast Czech Republic
Fig. 66: Power generation by energy sources in Denmark
Fig. 67: Market forecast Denmark
Fig. 68: Project outlook Denmark
Fig. 69: Power generation by energy sources in Estonia
Fig. 70: Market forecast Estonia
Fig. 71: Project Outlook Estonia
Fig. 72: Power generation by energy sources in Finland
Fig. 73: Market forecast Finland
Fig. 74: Project outlook Finland
Fig. 75: Power generation by energy sources in France
Fig. 76: Compensation for biogas in France
Fig. 77: Tariffs for feeding biomethane into the gas grid
Fig. 78: Market forecast France
Fig. 79: Project Outlook France
Fig. 80: Competition of manufacturers in France
Fig. 81: Power generation by energy sources in Germany
Fig. 82: Compensation structure for biogas as in the EEG 2012
Fig. 83: Substrat compensation categories as in the biomass ordinance
Fig. 84: Direct marketing of biogas
Fig. 85: Comparison of EEG-compensation versus direct marketing
Fig. 86: Biogas plants in Germany in size categories
Fig. 87: Mass- and energy-related substrate use in biogas plants in Germany
Fig. 88: Substrate use (mass-related) in biogas plants in different size categories
Fig. 89: Market forecast Germany
Fig. 90: Project outlook Germany (plants > 500 kW)
Fig. 91: Manufacturer of biogas plants in Germany > 500 kWel
Fig. 92: Power generation by energy sources in Hungary
Fig. 93: Compensation for electricity fed into the grid in Hungary
Fig. 94: Biggest Biogas plants in Hungary
Fig. 95: Project outlook Hungary
Fig. 96: Market forecast Hungary
Fig. 97: Power generation by energy sources in India
Fig. 98: Expansion targets for renewable energy in India
Fig. 99: Investment grants for small biogas plants (> 30 bis 250 kWel) in India
Fig. 100: Compensation for electricity fed into the grid in India
Fig. 101: Market forecast India
Fig. 102: Project outlook India
Fig. 103: Power generation by energy sources in Ireland
Fig. 104: Market forecast Ireland
Fig. 105: Project outlook Ireland
Fig. 106: Power generation by energy sources in Italy
Fig. 107: Support system in Italy from January 2013
Fig. 108: Market forecast Italy
Fig. 109: Project outlook Italy (plants > 500 kW)
Fig. 110: Plant manufacturers‘ market share of installed capacity Italy
Fig. 111: Power generation by energy sources in Japan
Fig. 112: Market forecast Japan
Fig. 113: Project outlook Japan
Fig. 114: Power generation by energy sources in Latvia
Fig. 115: Market forecast Latvia
Fig. 116: Project outlook Latvia
Fig. 117: Power generation by energy sources in Lithuania
Fig. 118: Current compensation structure in Lithuania
Fig. 119: Market forecast Lithuania
Fig. 120: Project outlook Lithuania
Fig. 121: Power generation by energy sources in Luxemburg
Fig. 122: Compensation for electricity fed into the grid in Luxemburg 2012 and 2013
Fig. 123: Market forecast Luxemburg
Fig. 124: Power generation by energy sources in Netherlands
Fig. 125: Compensation for biogas (KWK) in the Netherlands
Fig. 126: Compensation for biomethane Biomethan (groen gas) fed into the grid in the Netherlands
Fig. 127: Market forecast Netherlands
Fig. 128: Project outlook Netherlands
Fig. 129: Plant manufacturers‘ market share of installed capacity Netherlands
Fig. 130: Power generation by energy sources in Norway
Fig. 131: Market forecast Norway
Fig. 132: Power generation by energy sources in Poland
Fig. 133: certificate prices in Poland
Fig. 134: Comparison of aims
Fig. 135: Market forecast Poland
Fig. 136: Projct outlook Poland
Fig. 137: Power generation by energy sources in Portugal
Fig. 138: Market forecast Portugal
Fig. 139: Project outlook Portugal
Fig. 140: Power generation by energy sources in Romania
Fig. 141: Market forecast Romania
Fig. 142: Project outlook Romania
Fig. 143: Power generation by energy sources in Russia
Fig. 144: Project outlook Russia
Fig. 145: Market forecast Russia
Fig. 146: Power generation by energy sources in Sweden
Fig. 147: Market forecast Sweden
Fig. 148: Project outlook Sweden
Fig. 149: Power generation by energy sources in Switzerland
Fig. 150: Compensation for electricity fed into the grid in Switzerland
Fig. 151: Market forecast Switzerland
Fig. 152: Project outlook Switzerland
Fig. 153: Plant manufacturers‘ market share of installed capacity Switzerland
Fig. 154: Power generation by energy sources in Slowakia
Fig. 155: Market forecast Slowakia
Fig. 156: Project outlook Slowakia
Fig. 157: Power generation by energy sources in Slovenia
Fig. 158: Biggest biogas plants in Solvenia
Fig. 159: Market forecast Slovenia
Fig. 160: Project outlook Slovenia
Fig. 161: Power generation by energy sources in Spain
Fig. 162: Compensation for electricity fed into the grid Spain
Fig. 163: Market forecast Spain
Fig. 164: Project outlook Spain
Fig. 165: Competitors on the Spanish biogas market
Fig. 166: Power generation by energy sources in Turkey
Fig. 167: Project outlook Turkey
Fig. 168: Market forecast Turkey
Fig. 169: Power generation by energy sources in United Kingdom
Fig. 170: compensation for electricity fed into the grid in the United Kingdom
Fig. 171: Developement of regression factor for adaption oft the compensation for electricity fed into the grid in the United Kingdom
Fig. 172: Market forecast United Kingdom
Fig. 173: Project outlook United Kingdom
Fig. 174: Plant manufacturers‘ market share of installed capacity in the United Kingdom
Fig. 175: Power generation by energy sources in the USA
Fig. 176: Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) in the USA (State: Juni 2012)
Fig. 177: Allocation of biogas plants in US-states
Fig. 178: Market forecast USA
Fig. 179: Project outlook USA (plants > 500 kW)
Fig. 180: Plant manufacturers‘ market share of installed capacity in the USA
Fig. 181: Project outlook Greece
Fig. 182: Project outlook Malaysia
Fig. 183: Project outlook Philippines
Fig. 184: Project outlook Serbia
Fig. 185: Project outlook Ukraine
Fig. 186: Project outlook Uruguay
Fig. 187: Differentiation of market regions

Question Does this report contain information on biofuels?
Answer Unfortunately, this report does not contain information on biofuels.
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