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Energy from Wastewater and Biosolids

  • Published: September 2011
  • Region: Global
  • 18 Pages
  • BlueTech Research

BlueTech Insight Reports are high-level, valuable intelligence and forecasts on key market segments, technical developments, impact of new innovations, market dynamics, market trends, competitive context, and major industry players.

Information from this report is obtained by our team of water technology market experts who report exclusively focused on the water sector. These engineers and scientists bring a techno-commercial focus and are skilled in combining technology expertise with a keen ability to deliver high-value market insights. The BlueTech Research Technology Assessment Group (TAG), leading water technology market experts in a variety of niche technology areas, provide analysis and insight in emerging water technologies, technologies with potential for global adaptation, and strategy formulation in a fragmented industry. This model allows us to deliver deep domain expertise across the varied and fragmented segments of the water industry.

Abstract on Insight Report
This BlueTech Research Insight Report explores the growing area of recovering or generating energy from Wastewater and Biosolids. The report includes estimates on the total energy recoverable READ MORE >

1. Market Trends
1.1. Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards driving a search for ‘Green Electrons'
1.2. A lot of talk – still very little action as yet
1.3. Sludge Treatment & Disposal Costs
1.4. US EPA Incineration Regulations likely to impact Sludge Incinerators
1.5. China Adopting New Legislation in relation to Sludge Management
1.6. Europe - new Sewage Sludge Directive still in Draft Form
1.7. A Service Based Business Model is the obvious Path to Market for Sludge to
Energy technologies
2.Technology Trends
2.1. Microbial Fuel Cells / Bio-electrochemical Systems
2.2. Emefcy first to market with a Microbial Fuel Cell Technology
2.3. Bilexys moving from Australia to Europe
2.4. Six Convert receive Venture Funding from Nidus Investment Partners
2.5. Energy generation from Urea & ammonia in wastewater
2.6. Supercritical Water Oxidation
3. Venture Capital Investments
4.Acquisitions/IPO's
5. Key-­-Takeaways

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