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Waste to Energy (Analyst version) - The World Market for Waste Incineration Plants 2013/2014

  • Published: July 2013
  • Region: Global
  • 294 Pages
  • Ecoprog

Waste to Energy 2013/2014 – The World Market for Waste Incineration Plants

The annually publish the study “Waste to Energy”, which is the world's largest data collection and analysis of the market for thermal waste utilisation.

Throughout the world, there are almost 2,200 WtE plants. They have a disposal capacity of about 255 million tons of waste per year. By 2017, approximately about 180 plants with a capacity of around 52 million annual tons will be additionally constructed.

The study “Waste to Energy 2013/2014” was again elaborated together with specialists and industry experts from all over the world. It shows how WtE works, how to plan a WtE project and describes market shares and players among operators and plant manufacturers. It analyses established markets such as Germany or Scandinavia as well as the growth markets in China, Great Britain and Poland.

This study is the foundation for the industry to quickly and extensively catch up on the market for operating and constructing plants for the thermal utilisation of solid municipal waste.

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Preface for the analyst version
Preface
Management Summary

Part I: Background

1 Scope
1.1 Distinction made on the basis of the type of fuel or waste
1.2 Co- and mono-incinerators
1.3 Geographic Scope

2 WtE projects: from idea to realisation
2.1 Project idea
2.2 Preliminary research / check list
2.3 Pre-feasibility study
2.4 Negotiations / discussions
2.5 Award decision
2.6 Operator models: public, BOT, BOO
2.7 Awarding process
2.8 Consulting during the awarding
2.9 Planning: duration, extent, responsibilities
2.10 Approval planning
2.11 Execution planning and choice of technology
2.12 Construction
2.13 Construction supervision
2.14 Commissioning

3 Technology
3.1 Delivery and sorting of the fuel
3.2 Incineration
3.3 Generation of energy
3.4 Flue gas cleaning

4 Costs and revenues
4.1 Investment sum
4.2 Operating costs
4.3 Revenues

5 Framework / market factors
5.1 Shortage of land
5.2 Environmental reasons for limiting the use of landfill sites
5.3 Energetic use
5.4 Environmental critique of waste incineration
5.5 Recycling or incineration?
5.6 Mechanical-biological plants: Competition and clients

Part II: Market and competition

6 Current trends
6.1 Situation of European WtE industry gets more difficult
6.2 China's WtE industry edges into the world market
6.3 “Advanced treatment” – new level of development or old wrong track?
6.4 England's RDF – Germany and the Netherlands hope for positive price effects

7 Plants worldwide

8 Market volumes worldwide

9 Operators: competition and market shares

10 Plant manufacturers: competition and market shares

11 National markets
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
China
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Latvia
Lithuania
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Malta
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Thailand
Turkey
Ukraine
United Kingdom
United States of America
Other Countries
Methodology / data
Glossary
Company register
By field of activity
In alphabetical order

Figures

Figure 1: World market regions involved in waste incineration
Figure 2: Project phases
Figure 3: Conception
Figure 4: Awarding
Figure 5: Planning
Figure 6: Construction
Figure 7: Example of a waste incineration plant
Figure 8: Example of a grate incinerator
Figure 9: Example of a fluidised bed incineration
Figure 10: Example of a pyrolysis process
Figure 11: Share of technologies
Figure 12: Example of investment sums for new construction projects*
Figure 13: Overview investment sum
Figure 14: Exemplary calculation of operating costs per year
Figure 15: Exemplary calculation of annual revenues
Figure 16: Revenues of different waste incineration plants
Figure 17: Population density throughout the world
Figure 18: Waste hierarchy, here: EU Waste Framework Directive
Figure 19: Stages in the development of waste landfilling
Figure 20: Calorific values of selected fuels
Figure 21: MBT market development in Europe
Figure 22: Business situation for operators and industry
Figure 23: Business expectation of operators and industry
Figure 24: Business development for operators and industry
Figure 25: Development of competition with Chinese manufacturers: expectations of the industry
Figure 26: Known plants and projects with gasification technology
Figure 27: Market assessment gasification technology
Figure 28: exports from the United Kingdom 2010-2012 in t/a
Figure 29: RDF exports from the United Kingdom 1996-2014 in GBP
Figure 30: Share of RDF exports from the United Kingdom by target country
Figure 31: Growth of imports of European WtE operators
Figure 32: Plants worldwide
Figure 33: Incineration capacities worldwide
Figure 34: Operational waste incineration plants worldwide
Figure 35: Incineration capacities in relation to municipal waste
Figure 36: Average plant size by country
Figure 37: Gate fees in waste incineration plants by country
Figure 38: Market for new constructions and maintenance 2008-2017
Figure 39: Development of incineration capacities by market region 2008-2017
Figure 40: Market volume WtE 2013-2017
Figure 41: Growth of capacities and market forecast 2013-2017
Figure 42: Maintenance market 2013-2017
Figure 43: Forecast market volume total 2013-2017 (million EUR)
Figure 48: Operators of waste incineration plants worldwide
Figure 49: Market shares of plant manufacturers worldwide
Figure 50: Market shares of plant manufacturers in Europe
Figure 51: Market shares of plant manufacturers in China
Figure 52: Shares of incineration, recycling, and landfilling of municipal solid waste in Austria
Figure 53: Project outlook Austria
Figure 54: Development of plants and capacities in Austria
Figure 55: Location of plants and projects in Austria
Figure 164: Shares of incineration, recycling and landfilling of municipal waste in the USA

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