Biopower Industry in United States – Analysis & Forecast 2018

  • ID: 4517105
  • Report
  • Region: United States
  • 45 Pages
  • Aruvian's R'search
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As the US focusses more on developing renewable energy, the biopower industry in the US has been growing at a significant pace in recent years. The biopower industry in the US is the biggest in the world. Biopower is also the second biggest source of renewable energy (non-hydropower) source in the country, following close on the heels of wind energy. The country's installed biopower capacity crossed 15 GW in 2016 and is expected to cross 18 GW by the end of 2025.

The report analyzes the US biopower industry in its in-depth research report Biopower Industry in United States – Analysis and Forecast 2018.

Biopower in United States – Analysis and Forecast 2018 begins with an introduction to biopower, covering the basics of biopower and how it can be used as an energy source. Conversion technologies such as anaerobic digestion, combustion, gasification, pyrolysis, etc., are touched upon.

We look at the global biopower industry through a brief profile, which includes an industry overview, statistics on the installed capacity of biopower and an analysis of biopower markets in Asia Pacific, North America, and Europe.

The biopower industry in the US is analyzed through an industry overview, installed capacity statistics, and electricity generation in the country from biopower feedstock. We also analyze the capital expenditure on biopower in India and the industry investment. Regulatory framework governing the industry are also looked at.

Biopower Industry in United States – Analysis and Forecast 2018 is a comprehensive profile of the biopower industry in the US.

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A. Executive Summary

B. Introduction to Biopower
B.1 What is Biopower?
B.2 Using Biopower as an Energy Source
B.3 Conversion Technologies for the Biopower Industry
B.3.1 Anaerobic Digestion
B.3.2 Combustion
B.3.3 Gasification
B.3.4 Pyrolysis

C. Global Biopower Industry: Brief Profile
C.1 Industry Overview
C.2 Installed Capacity of Biopower
C.3 Installed Capacity by Feedstock
C.4 Biopower Market by Regions
C.4.1 Asia Pacific
C.4.2 Europe
C.4.3 North America

D. Biopower Industry in United States
D.1 Industry Overview
D.2 Installed Capacity of Biopower
D.3 Electricity Generation in US from Biopower

E. Biopower Capital Expenditure & Investment
E.1 Capital Expenditure
E.2 Industry Investment

F. Regulations Governing the Industry

G. Glossary of Terms

List of Figures:
Figure 1: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW), 2006-2025
Figure 2: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW), 2006-2025
Figure 3: Capacity Share by Feedstock in the Global Biopower Market (%), 2016 & 2021
Figure 4: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in Asia Pacific by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
Figure 5: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in Europe by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
Figure 6: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in North America by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
Figure 7: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the US, 2006-2025
Figure 8: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the US, 2006-2025
Figure 9: Electricity Generation in the US from Biopower (in TWh), 2006-2025
Figure 10: US Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
Figure 11: Investment in the US Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025
Figure 12: Production Tax Credit in the US Renewable Energy Industry (in USD per kWh)
Figure 13: Total Treasury Grants in the US between 2009-2013

List of Tables:
Table 1: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW), 2006-2025
Table 2: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW), 2006-2025
Table 3: Capacity Share by Feedstock in the Global Biopower Market (%), 2016 & 2021
Table 4: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in Asia Pacific by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
Table 5: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in Europe by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
Table 6: Capacity Share of the Biopower Market in North America by Feedstock (%), 2016 & 2021
Table 7: Installed Capacity (Cumulative) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the US, 2006-2025
Table 8: Installed Capacity (Annual) of Biomass and Biogas (GW) in the US, 2006-2025
Table 9: Electricity Generation in the US from Biopower (in TWh), 2006-2025
Table 10: US Biopower Market - Capital Expenditure (in USD per kW), 2012-2025
Table 11: Investment in the US Biopower Industry (in USD Million), 2012-2025
Table 12: Production Tax Credit in the US Renewable Energy Industry (in USD per kWh)
Table 13: US Treasury Grant Credit Availability and Eligibility
Table 14: Total Treasury Grants in the US between 2009-2013

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