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China Waste-to-Energy Market Analysis to 2022 - Market Analysis by Technology , Competitive Landscape, Key Company Information - Growth Trends and Forecasts

  • ID: 4385838
  • Report
  • Region: China
  • 60 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
until Dec 31st 2019
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Chinas waste to energy market is predicted to grow rapidly in the coming years in the wake of ever growing population and increasing energy demand. The consumption habits of modern consumer life cycles are causing a huge worldwide waste problem. Having overfilled local landfill capacities, many first world nations are now exporting their refuse to third world countries. This is having a devastating impact on ecosystems and cultures throughout the world. Some alternative energy companies are developing new ways to recycle waste by generating electricity from landfill waste and pollution. This report explores global waste to energy technology and potential.

With rapid industrialization, the world has seen the development of a number of items or units, which generate heat. Until now this heat has often been treated as a waste, making people wonder if this enormous heat being generated can be transformed into a source of electric power.

Thermo-photovoltaic (TPV) cells are great for converting radiation from any heat source to power. These cells can generate power from the wasted heat which gets released when glass or steel is produced. Adding these TPV cells to domestic power systems can help generate power along with heating water.

With each passing day, scientists are coming out with unique solutions to lessen our dependence on fossil fuels. They are now thinking of turning stray forms of energy such as noise or random vibrations from the environment into useful form of energy. They want to use piezoelectric effect for such purposes. Some materials produce electricity while undergoing mechanical stress. This is known as piezoelectric effect. Small piezoelectric crystals can come up with enough voltage to create a spark which can be utilized to ignite gas.

Going by the statistics, every year 11 billion pounds of poultry industry waste accumulates annually, because the world have gigantic appetite for poultry products. They can't be stuffed into pillows. Mostly they are utilized as low-grade animal feed. Scientists in Nevada have created a new and environmentally friendly process for developing biodiesel fuel from 'chicken feather meal'.
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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 Market Definition
3.3 Policies and Regulations
3.4 Impact of Regulations
4. Drivers, Constraints and Opportunities
4.1 Drivers
4.1.1 Government Initiatives and Policies
4.1.2 Ready to Use Nature
4.2 Constraints
4.2.1 High Implementation Costs
4.2.2 Environmental Barriers
4.3 Opportunities
4.3.1 New Technology Innovations
5. Global Waste to Energy Market Analysis, by Technology
5.1 Physical Technology
5.2 Thermal Technology
5.2.1 Pyrolysis And Thermal Gasification
5.2.2 Plasma-Arc Gasification
5.3 Biological Technology
5.3.1 Methane Capture/Landfill Gas
5.3.2 Biogas Plants/Anaerobic Digestion
5.3.3 Fermentation
6. China Waste to Energy Market Analysis
6.1 Overview
6.2 Market Demand to 2022
6.3 Government Policies and Initiatives
6.4 Opportunities
7. Major Companies Market Share Analysis
7.1 By Geography
7.2 By Capacity
7.3 By Equipment
8. Competitive Landscape
8.1 Deal Summary
8.1.1 Acquisition
8.1.2 Private Equity
8.1.3 Equity Offerings
8.1.4 Debt Offerings
8.1.5 Partnerships
8.1.6 Asset Transactions
8.2 Recent Developments
8.2.1 New Technology Innovations
8.2.2 New Contract Announcements
9. Key Company Analysis
9.1 Austrian Energy & Environment Group Gmbh
9.2 Ze-Gen
9.3 Kompogas Axpo Ag
9.4 Velocys
9.5 Biogen Greenfinch (Biogen)
9.6 Bluefire Ethanol
9.7 Bta International Gmbh
9.8 Martin Gmbh
9.9 Red Lion Bio-Energy
9.10 Plasco Energy Group, Inc.
10. Appendix
10.1 Sources
10.2 Abbreviations
10.3 Market Definition
10.3.1 Methodology
10.3.2 Coverage
10.3.3 Secondary Research
10.3.4 Primary Research
10.3.5 Expert Panel Validation
10.4 Contact Us
10.5 Disclaimer
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