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Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market - Technologies, Market share and Industry Forecast to 2024

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  • Region: Global
  • 240 Pages
  • Occams Business Research and Consulting
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Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market is Expected to Rise at the CAGR of about 6.25%

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AFS Energy Systems (U.S.)
  • Alstom SA (France)
  • Andritz AG (Austria)
  • Babcock Power Inc. (U.S.)
  • ESI Inc. (U.S.)
  • FSE Energy, Inc. (U.S.)
  • MORE

Industrial biomass boiler generates energy from the biomass that comprises of agricultural and forest residues, urban waste, residues and industrial waste. Industrial biomass boiler heats the biomass residue for cost-effective generation of electricity. There’s an extensive adoption of industrial biomass boilers since the energy generation from industrial biomass has least adverse impact on the environment as against the energy generation from fossil fuels. However, the large-scale biomass heating across the industries has some drawbacks such as minimizing the carbon sequestration capacity, extract the key nutrients from the soil, and produces volatile organic compounds as well as harmful nitrogen oxides and other pollutants. Global industrial biomass boiler market is expected to rise at the CAGR of about 6.25% during forecast period 2017-2024.

Geographically, Europe accounted for the largest market revenue share in 2017 for global industrial biomass boiler market followed by North America and Asia-Pacific. Europe is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period due to strict government regulations for minimizing the greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) which boost the deployment of biomass across the industries to generate cost-effective and cleaner energy. Moreover, the substantial investments by private sector companies for setting up the industrial biomass boiler facilities in United Kingdom also drives the Europe industrial biomass boiler market growth. Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing region for industrial biomass boiler market during the forecast period. The fastest growth rate in Asia Pacific is witnessed due to rising adoption of biomass-driven clean energy across the countries such as China, India, Japan, Australia, etc.

The growth in global industrial biomass boiler market is also influenced by the presence of major players, such as AFS Energy Systems (United States), Andritz AG (Austria), Babcock Power Inc. (United States), Baxi Heating UK Limited (United Kingdom), etc. Product launches, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, collaboration etc. are some of the crucial strategies that are adopted by the major players to gain competitive advantage.

Global industrial biomass boiler market report covers segmentation analysis of feedstock, capacity and applications. Report further covers segments of feedstock which includes woody biomass, agricultural biomass and urban residue. Agricultural biomass is expected to dominate the feedstock segment and primarily driven by its growing adoption in key applications such as power generation, chip production, sawmill, brewery, and pulp & paper. The capacity of industrial biomass boiler is divided into 2-10 MW, 10-25 MW and 25-50 MW. Further, the applications of industrial biomass boiler market comprises of pulp & paper, brewery, sawmill, CHP production, power generation and others. Pulp & paper is expected to be the fastest growing application segment of global industrial biomass boiler market."

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AFS Energy Systems (U.S.)
  • Alstom SA (France)
  • Andritz AG (Austria)
  • Babcock Power Inc. (U.S.)
  • ESI Inc. (U.S.)
  • FSE Energy, Inc. (U.S.)
  • MORE

1.Introduction
1.1.Executive Summary
1.2.Estimation Methodology

2.Market Overview
2.1.Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market: Evolution & Transition
2.2.Market Definition & Scope
2.3.Industry Structure
2.4.Regulatory Framework
2.5.Total Market Analysis
2.5.1.Top 5 Findings
2.5.2.Top 5 Opportunity Markets
2.5.3.Top 5 Companies
2.5.4.Top 3 Competitive Strategies
2.6.Estimation Analysis
2.7.Strategic Analysis
2.7.1.Investment Vs. Adoption Model
2.7.2.360-Degree Industry Analysis
2.7.3.Porters 5 Force Model
2.7.4.See-Saw Analysis
2.7.5.Consumer Analysis And Key Buying Criteria
2.8.Competitive Analysis
2.8.1.Key Strategies & Analysis
2.8.2.Market Share Analysis & Top Company Analysis
2.9.Strategic Recommendations & Key Conclusions
2.9.1.Investment Opportunities By Regions
2.9.2.Opportunities In Emerging Applications
2.9.3.Investment Opportunity In Fastest Growing Segment

3.Market Determinants
3.1.Market Drivers
3.1.1.Cost-Effective Energy Generation
3.1.2.Technological Advancement In Waste-To-Energy
3.1.3.Expansion Of Biomass Co-Firing For Decarburization
3.1.4.Substantial Government Support
3.2.Market Restraints
3.2.1.Availability Of Alternative Fuel
3.2.2.High Setup Cost Required
3.3.Market Opportunities
3.3.1.Entry Of Private Players In Industrial Biomass Production
3.3.2.Development Of Energy-Saving Technology
3.4.  Market Challenges 
3.4.1.Threat From Conventional And Cost-Effective Boilers
3.4.2.Diversion Of Agricultural Land Required For Bioenergy

4.Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock
4.1.Market Definition And Scope
4.2.Decision Support Database & Estimation Methodology
4.3.Comparative Analysis Across Market Segments
4.4.Opportunity Matrix
4.5.Market Segmentation
4.5.1.Global Woody Biomass Market
4.5.1.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
4.5.1.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
4.5.1.3.Key Players & Key Products
4.5.1.4.Key Conclusions
4.5.2.Global Agricultural Biomass Market
4.5.2.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
4.5.2.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
4.5.2.3.Key Players & Key Products
4.5.2.4.Key Conclusions
4.5.3.Global Urban Residue Market
4.5.3.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
4.5.3.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
4.5.3.3.Key Players & Key Products
4.5.3.4.Key Conclusions

5.Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity
5.1.Market Definition And Scope
5.2.Decision Support Database & Estimation Methodology
5.3.Comparative Analysis Across Market Segments
5.4.Opportunity Matrix
5.5.Market Segmentation
5.5.1.Global 2-10 Mw Market
5.5.1.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
5.5.1.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
5.5.1.3.Key Players & Key Products
5.5.1.4.Key Conclusions
5.5.2.Global 10-25 Mw Market
5.5.2.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
5.5.2.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
5.5.2.3.Key Players & Key Products
5.5.2.4.Key Conclusions
5.5.3.Global 25-50 Mw Market
5.5.3.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
5.5.3.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
5.5.3.3.Key Players & Key Products
5.5.3.4.Key Conclusions

6.Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application
6.1.Market Definition And Scope
6.2.Decision Support Database & Estimation Methodology
6.3.Comparative Analysis Across Market Segments
6.4.Opportunity Matrix
6.5.Market Segmentation
6.5.1.Global Pulp & Paper Market
6.5.1.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
6.5.1.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
6.5.1.3.Key Players & Key Products
6.5.1.4.Key Conclusions
6.5.2.Global Brewery Market
6.5.2.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
6.5.2.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
6.5.2.3.Key Players & Key Products
6.5.2.4.Key Conclusions
6.5.3.Global Sawmill Market
6.5.3.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
6.5.3.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
6.5.3.3.Key Players & Key Products
6.5.3.4.Key Conclusions
6.5.4.Global Chp Production Market
6.5.4.1.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
6.5.4.1.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
6.5.4.1.3.Key Players & Key Products
6.5.4.1.4.Key Conclusions
6.5.5.Global Power Generation Market
6.5.5.1.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
6.5.5.1.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
6.5.5.1.3.Key Players & Key Products
6.5.5.1.4.Key Conclusions
6.5.6.Global Others Market
6.5.6.1.1.Adoption Scenario & Market Determinants
6.5.6.1.2.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
6.5.6.1.3.Key Players & Key Products
Key Conclusions

7.Competitive Landscape
7.1.Key Strategies
7.1.1.List Of Mergers And Acquisitions
7.1.2.List Of Joint Ventures
7.1.3.List Of Product Launches
7.1.4.List Of Partnerships

8.Geographic Analysis
8.1.Decision Support Database & Estimation Methodology
8.2.Comparative Analysis Across Market Segments
8.3.Opportunity Matrix
8.4. Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Region 2015-2024
8.4.1.North America
8.4.1.1.Industry Analysis 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.1.2.Top Country Analysis
8.4.1.2.1.U.S.
8.4.1.2.1.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.1.2.1.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.1.2.1.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.1.2.2.Canada
8.4.1.2.2.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.1.2.2.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.1.2.2.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.2.Europe
8.4.2.1.Industry Analysis 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.2.2.Top Country Analysis
8.4.2.2.1.UK
8.4.2.2.1.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.2.2.1.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.2.2.1.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.2.2.2.France
8.4.2.2.2.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.2.2.2.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.2.2.2.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.2.2.3.Germany
8.4.2.2.3.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.2.2.3.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.2.2.3.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.2.2.4.Spain
8.4.2.2.4.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.2.2.4.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.2.2.4.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.2.2.5.Rest Of Europe
8.4.2.2.5.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.2.2.5.2.Key  Players & Key Products
8.4.2.2.5.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.3.Asia Pacific
8.4.3.1.Industry Analysis 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.3.2.Top Country Analysis
8.4.3.2.1.China
8.4.3.2.1.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.3.2.1.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.3.2.1.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.3.2.2.India
8.4.3.2.2.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.3.2.2.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.3.2.2.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.3.2.3.Japan
8.4.3.2.3.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.3.2.3.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.3.2.3.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.3.2.4.Australia
8.4.3.2.4.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.3.2.4.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.3.2.4.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.3.2.5.Rest Of Asia Pacific
8.4.3.2.5.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.3.2.5.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.3.2.5.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.4.Row
8.4.4.1.Industry Analysis 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.4.2.Top Country Analysis
8.4.4.2.1.Latin America
8.4.4.2.1.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.4.2.1.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.4.2.1.3.Key Conclusions
8.4.4.2.2.Middle East & Africa
8.4.4.2.2.1.Market Estimations And Forecasts 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.4.4.2.2.2.Key Players & Key Products
8.4.4.2.2.3.Key Conclusions

9.Company Profiles
9.1.Aalborg Energie Technik A/S (France)
9.1.1.Overview
9.1.2.Product Portfolio
9.1.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.1.4.Scot Analysis
9.1.5.Strategic Analysis
9.2.AFS Energy Systems (U.S.)
9.2.1.Overview
9.2.2.Product Portfolio
9.2.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.2.4.Scot Analysis
9.2.5.Strategic Analysis
9.3.Alstom SA (France)
9.3.1.Overview
9.3.2.Product Portfolio
9.3.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.3.4.Scot Analysis
9.3.5.Strategic Analysis
9.4.Andritz AG (Austria)
9.4.1.Overview
9.4.2.Product Portfolio
9.4.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.4.4.Scot Analysis
9.4.5.Strategic Analysis
9.5.Babcock Power Inc. (U.S.)
9.5.1.Overview
9.5.2.Product Portfolio
9.5.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.5.4.Scot Analysis
9.5.5.Strategic Analysis
9.6.Baxi Heating UK Limited (UK)
9.6.1.Overview
9.6.2.Product Portfolio
9.6.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.6.4.Scot Analysis
9.6.5.Strategic Analysis
9.7.Clyde Bergemann Power Group, Inc. (UK)
9.7.1.Overview
9.7.2.Product Portfolio
9.7.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.7.4.Scot Analysis
9.7.5.Strategic Analysis
9.8.Constructions Industrielles De La Mediterranee (CNIM) SA (France)
9.8.1.Overview
9.8.2.Product Portfolio
9.8.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.8.4.Scot Analysis
9.8.5.Strategic Analysis
9.9.Ecovision Systems Limited (UK)
9.9.1.Overview
9.9.2.Product Portfolio
9.9.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.9.4.Scot Analysis
9.9.5.Strategic Analysis
9.10.English Boiler And Tube, Inc. (U.S.)
9.10.1.Overview
9.10.2.Product Portfolio
9.10.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.10.4.Scot Analysis
9.10.5.Strategic Analysis
9.11.ESI Inc. (U.S.)
9.11.1.Overview
9.11.2.Product Portfolio
9.11.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.11.4.Scot Analysis
9.11.5.Strategic Analysis
9.12.ETA Heiztechnik GmbH (Germany)
9.12.1.Overview
9.12.2.Product Portfolio
9.12.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.12.4.Scot Analysis
9.12.5.Strategic Analysis
9.13.FSE Energy, Inc. (U.S.)
9.13.1.Overview
9.13.2.Product Portfolio
9.13.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.13.4.Scot Analysis
9.13.5.Strategic Analysis
9.14.Hurst Boiler & Welding Co., Inc. (U.S.)
9.14.1.Overview
9.14.2.Product Portfolio
9.14.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.14.4.Scot Analysis
9.14.5.Strategic Analysis
9.15.Outotec Oyj (Finland)
9.15.1.Overview
9.15.2.Product Portfolio
9.15.3.Strategic Initiatives
9.15.4.Scot Analysis
9.15.5.Strategic Analysis

List Of Tables
1.Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
2.Global Woody Biomass Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
3.Global Agricultural Biomass Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
4.Global Urban Residue Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
5.Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
6.Global 2-10 Mw Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
7.Global 10-25 Mw Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.Global 25-50 Mw Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
9.Global Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
10.Global Pulp & Paper Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
11.Global Brewery Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
12.Global Saw Mill Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
13.Global Chp Production Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
14.Global Power Generation Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
15.Global Others Market By Geography 2015-2024 ($ Million)
16.North America Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
17.Europe Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
18.Asia Pacific Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
19.Rest Of The World Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
20.North America Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
21.Europe Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
22.Asia Pacific Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
23.Rest Of The World Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
24.North America Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
25.Europe Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
26.Asia Pacific Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
27.Rest Of The World Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
28.North America Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
29.Europe Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
30.Asia Pacific Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
31.Rest Of The World Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
32.United States Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
33.United States Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
34.United States Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
35.Canada Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
36.Canada Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
37.Canada Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
38.UK Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
39.UK Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
40.UK Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
41.France Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
42.France Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
43.France Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
44.Germany Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
45.Germany Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
46.Germany Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
47.Spain Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
48.Spain Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
49.Spain Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
50.Roe Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
51.Roe Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
52.Roe Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
53.China Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
54.China Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
55.China Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
56.India Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
57.India Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
58.India Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
59.Japan Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
60.Japan Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
61.Japan Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
62.Australia Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
63.Australia Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
64.Australia Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
65.Roapac Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
66.Roapac Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
67.Roapac Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
68.Latin America Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
69.Latin America Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
70.Latin America Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)
71.Mena Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Feedstock 2015-2024 ($ Million)
72.Mena Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Capacity 2015-2024 ($ Million)
73.Mena Industrial Biomass Boiler Market By Application 2015-2024 ($ Million)

List Of Figures
1.Global Woody Biomass Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
2.Global Agricultural Biomass Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
3.Global Urban Residue Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
4.Global 2-10 Mw Market  2015-2024 ($ Million)
5.Global 10-25 Mw Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
6.Global 25-50 Mw Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
7.Global Pulp & Paper Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
8.Global Brewery Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
9.Global Saw Mill Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
10.Global Chp Production Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
11.Global Power Generation Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
12.Global Others Applications Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
13.United States (U.S.) Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
14.Canada Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
15.United Kingdom (Uk) Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
16.France Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
17.Germany Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
18.Spain Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
19.Roe Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
20.India Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
21.China Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
22.Japan Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
23.Australia Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
24.Roapac Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
25.Latin America Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)
26.Mena Industrial Biomass Boiler Market 2015-2024 ($ Million)

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • AFS Energy Systems (U.S.)
  • Alstom SA (France)
  • Andritz AG (Austria)
  • Babcock Power Inc. (U.S.)
  • ESI Inc. (U.S.)
  • FSE Energy, Inc. (U.S.)
  • MORE

Industrial biomass boiler market to witness growth rate of 6.25% through 2024 globally

Technological advancement in biomass waste-to-energy coupled with expanding usage of biomass waste-to-energy in power generation acts as key driving factors for growth across global industrial biomass boiler market. The conversion of biomass waste to energy is focused on recovery of energy through the transformation of non-recyclable materials by deployment of various thermal process through boilers. The energy is generated in the form of fuel, electricity, or heat through the deployment of industrial boilers with minimal carbon emissions and lesser environmental impact. The key processes and technologies such as gasification & pyrolysis, combustion, incineration and anaerobic digestion technology is used for electricity generation process through the heating of agricultural waste or other waste materials. Controlled combustion of waste through the deployment of incineration technology generates steam which produces electricity through running of the steam turbines that drives the adoption of industrial biomass boiler and thereby, boost global industrial biomass boiler market growth. The petrochemical industry extensively deploys pyrolysis technology in which organic waste is converted into combustible gas and residues. Under this technology, the fuel is burned with no oxygen for generating syngas that is deployed in the production of methane, biofuels, chemicals or energy. This key technology also drives the adoption and growth of global industrial biomass boiler market. Gasification technology operates at a higher temperature compared to pyrolysis in limited supply of air. Gasification and pyrolysis are the major technologies to handle agricultural biomass waste and even municipal solid waste. The biomass is heated to produce electricity otherwise transform to bio-methane. Food waste or wet organic wastes generally use pyrolysis technology. Hence, these key technologies are expected to boost global industrial biomass boiler market growth.

Expanding deployment of biomass for power generation drives market growth

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) plays a major role in the production of heat energy and electricity generation. MSW is burned completely in the industrial biomass boilers which employs fire for heating purposes to generate steam that is used for electricity generation. According to the United States Energy Information Administration (EIA) 2015 report, nearly 71 waste-to-energy industrial biomass boilers burned the MSW in the United States in 2015. In addition, in 2015, nearly 29 million tons of MSW was burned in these boilers and generated approximately 14 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity. According to the United States Energy Information Administration (EIA), the MSW being burned in the industrial biomass boilers accounted for nearly 64% of the biomass materials of the overall weight of the MSW and delivers nearly 51% of the energy. Further, the lucrative incentives being offered by the governments globally for expanding the usage of biomass for electricity generation is also expected to boost the deployment of industrial biomass boiler and thereby, drive the global industrial biomass boiler market growth. The Government of United States provides impressive tax credit for producing electricity from the biomass and other renewable energy sources. For instance, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 2016 report, the federal government of United States provides the renewable electricity Production Tax Credit (PTC) of approximately 1.8 cents to the renewable electricity producers in the U.S. Hence, this key tax credit is also expected to boost global industrial biomass boiler market growth.

Substantial use of biomass waste-to-energy in power generation boost market growth

According to the EIA 2015 report, Florida holds nearly one-fifth of the United States’ Waste-to-Electricity (WtE) production capacity. The renewable energy facility number 2 of the Florida’s Palm Beach became the largest and the first single WtE generation facility across the United States in 2015. The WtE facilities in 2015 generated a small part of the overall electricity generated in the U.S. and provides nearly 0.4% of the overall U.S. electricity generation. WtE power generating plants transform the heated MSW material to energy. In the United States, Florida and four other states in the Northeast depicted nearly 61% of the overall WtE power plant capacity and delivered about 64% of WtE electricity of the overall U.S. in 2015. According to EPA 2015 report, the WtE plants burned nearly 29 million tons of MSW out of which nearly 26 million tons were used to produce electricity. According to the California Energy Commission (CEC) 2015 report, the people of California produces nearly 2,900 pound of industrial waste and household garbage every second. The industrial biomass boilers are used to burn this waste to generate electricity. Approximately 6,259 gigawatt hours of electricity was generated from the industrial and domestic biomass in 2015. This industrial biomass comprises of burning the industrial waste, forestry, agricultural residues into useful energy while transforming the methane-rich industrial gas to energy in 2015. In California, the industrial biomass boilers produce approximately 3.42% of the total electricity production. Wheelabrator (U.S.) is among the waste-to-energy generation company and one of the global innovator that serves the companies or corporations to process biomass waste and convert it into electricity. Various waste processing plants have different capacities in the United States. For instance, according to the U.S. Department of State 2016 report, if an industrial biomass boiler burns 1,500 tons of biomass everyday then it is capable of producing about 40,000 kW of renewable electricity that can light nearly 40,000 houses.

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  • Aalborg Energie Technik A/S (France)
  • AFS Energy Systems (U.S.)
  • Alstom SA (France)
  • Andritz AG (Austria)
  • Babcock Power Inc. (U.S.)
  • Baxi Heating UK Limited (UK)
  • Clyde Bergemann Power Group, Inc. (UK)
  • Constructions Industrielles De La Mediterranee (CNIM) SA (France)
  • Ecovision Systems Limited (UK)
  • English Boiler And Tube, Inc. (U.S.)
  • ESI Inc. (U.S.)
  • ETA Heiztechnik GmbH (Germany)
  • FSE Energy, Inc. (U.S.)
  • Hurst Boiler & Welding Co., Inc. (U.S.)
  • Outotec Oyj (Finland)
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