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Canada Combined Heat and Power Market Outlook to 2022 - Market Analysis by End User, Grid Connectivity, Application, Technology, Competitive Landscape, Key Company Information - Growth Trends and Forecasts

  • ID: 4385538
  • Report
  • Region: Canada
  • 69 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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About seven per cent of electricity generation in Canada is through cogeneration. Alberta has 2.3 GW of cogeneration capacity, which is the largest in Canada. Ontario is second to Alberta, with 2.1 GW. These two provinces account for 67 per cent of the cogeneration capacity in Canada. Canadian utilities account for the most cogeneration capacity, at 45 per cent when classified by systems operator. This is followed by paper manufacturing, at 23 per cent.

Combined heat and power (CHP) is an efficient and clean approach to generating electric power and useful thermal energy from a single fuel source. Instead of purchasing electricity from the distribution grid and burning fuel in an on-site furnace or boiler to produce thermal energy, an industrial or commercial facility can use CHP to provide both energy services in one energy-efficient step.

While CHP has been in use in some form or another for more than 100 years, it remains an underutilized resource today. Nevertheless, the outlook for increased use of CHP is bright € policymakers at the federal and state level are beginning to recognize the potential benefits of CHP and the role it could play in providing clean, reliable, cost-effective energy services to industry and businesses.

CHP is being looked at as a productive investment by some companies facing significant costs to upgrade outdated coal and oil-fired boilers. In addition, CHP can provide a cost-effective source of highly-efficient new generating capacity. Finally, the economics of CHP are improving as a result of the changing outlook in the long-term supply and price of North American natural gas € a preferred fuel for many CHP applications.

As an efficiency technology, CHP helps makes businesses more competitive by lowering their energy costs, reducing demand on the electricity delivery system, reducing strain on the electric grid, and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) and other harmful emissions. Already used by many industrial facilities and a growing number of commercial and institutional entities, CHP is a commercially available clean energy resource that is immediately deployable, and that can help address current and future global energy needs.
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1. Introduction
1.1 Report Guidance
1.2 Markets Covered
1.3 Key Points Noted
2. Executive Summary
3. Market Overview
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Major Technologies in CHP Market
3.3 R & D Activities
4. Drivers, Constraints and Opportunities
4.1 Drivers
4.1.1 Local Utility Rates
4.1.2 High Generation Efficiency
4.1.3 Emergency Power Capability
4.1.4 Improving Power Quality
4.2 Constraints
4.2.1 Demand Charges (Dollar per Kilowatt)
4.2.2 CHP System Capital Costs
4.2.3 Reliability/Availability
4.3 Opportunities
4.3.1 Utility Partnerships to Advance CHP
5. Global CHP Market Analysis by End-User
5.1 Industrial CHP
5.1.1 Overview
5.1.2 Market Demand to 2022
5.1.3 Recent Trends and Opportunities
5.2 CHP With District Heating (Teleheating)
5.2.1 Overview
5.2.2 Market Demand to 2022
5.2.3 Recent Trends and Opportunities
5.3 Combined Cooling, Heating & Power (CCHP Or Trigeneration)
5.3.1 Packaged & Mini CHP Overview Market Demand to 2022 Recent Trends and Opportunities
5.3.2 Micro CHP Overview Market Demand to 2022 Recent Trends and Opportunities
5.4 Market Share Analysis, by End-User
6. Global CHP Market Analysis, by Grid Connectivity
6.1 On-Grid CHP Systems
6.1.1 Overview
6.1.2 Market Demand to 2022
6.1.3 Recent Trends and Opportunities
6.2 Off-Grid CHP Systems
6.2.1 Overview
6.2.2 Market Demand to 2022
6.2.3 Recent Trends and Opportunities
7. Global CHP Market Analysis, by Application
7.1 Residential
7.1.1 Overview
7.1.2 Market Demand to 2022
7.1.3 Recent Trends and Opportunities
7.2 Commercial
7.2.1 Overview
7.2.2 Market Demand to 2022
7.2.3 Recent Trends and Opportunities
8. Global CHP Market Analysis, by Technology
8.1 External Combustion Engine
8.1.1 Stirling Engine Overview Market Demand to 2022 Recent Trends and Opportunities
8.1.2 Organic Rankine Cycle Engine Overview Market Demand to 2022 Recent Trends and Opportunities
8.2 Internal Combustion Engine
8.2.1 Overview
8.2.2 Market Demand to 2022
8.2.3 Recent Trends and Opportunities
8.3 Microturbines
8.3.1 Overview
8.3.2 Market Demand to 2022
8.3.3 Recent Trends and Opportunities
8.4 Fuel Cell
8.4.1 Overview
8.4.2 Market Demand to 2022
8.4.3 Recent Trends and Opportunities
8.5 Advanced Technologies
8.5.1 Thermo-Photovoltaic Overview Market Demand to 2022 Recent Trends and Opportunities
8.5.2 Thermo-Ionic Overview Market Demand to 2022 Recent Trends and Opportunities
8.6 Other Technologies
8.6.1 Energy Storage Electrical Storage Thermal Storage
8.6.2 Load Management
8.6.3 Smart Grid
9. Canada CHP Market Analysis
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Market Demand to 2022
9.3 Policies and Regulations
9.4 Recent Trends and Opportunities
10. Competition
10.1 Overview
10.2 Market Share of Key Companies, by Geography
10.3 Market Share of Key Companies, by Equipment
11. Company Profiles
11.1 Bdr Thermea Group
11.2 Dantherm Power
11.3 Microgen Engine Corporation Holding B.V.
11.4 Qnergy
11.5 Senertec Kraft-Warme-Energiesysteme Gmbh (Senertec)
11.6 The Viessmann Group
11.7 Whisper Tech Limited
11.8 Cogen Microsystems
11.9 Ceres Power Holdings PLC
11.10 Yanmar Co. Ltd.
12. Competitive Landscape
12.1 Deal Summary
12.1.1 Acquisition
12.1.2 Private Equity
12.1.3 Equity Offerings
12.1.4 Debt Offerings
12.1.5 Partnerships
12.1.6 Asset Transactions
12.2 Recent Developments
12.2.1 New Technology Inventions
12.2.2 New Contract Announcements
13. Appendix
13.1 Sources
13.2 Abbreviations
13.3 Market Definition
13.3.1 Methodology
13.3.2 Coverage
13.3.3 Secondary Research
13.3.4 Primary Research
13.3.5 Expert Panel Validation
13.4 Contact Us
13.5 Disclaimer
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