Biomass to Power Market Report 2016-2026

22 Aug, 2016, 09:00 ET from Visiongain Ltd

LONDON, August 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

Capacity (MW) & CAPEX ($m) Forecasts for Biomass Power in Electricity Generation, Combined Heat and Power (CHP), Biomass-Fired Steam Power Plants, Coal-Fired Plant Conversion to Biomass, High-Efficiency Co-Firing (Direct and Indirect Co-Firing and Parallel Firing); Featuring Direct Combustion, Biomass Burn, Gasification, Pyrolysis, Bubbling Fluidised Bed, Spreader Stoker Units 

Visiongain assesses that CapEx on Biomass-to-Power will reach $5,933 million in 2016. Drivers for the production and use of biomass energy included rapidly rising energy demand in many countries and local and global environmental concerns and goals. Challenges to bioenergy deployment included low fossil fuel prices and rapidly falling energy prices of some other renewable energy sources, especially wind and solar PV. Ongoing debates about the sustainability of bioenergy, including indirect land-use change and carbon balance also affect development in the sector. Given these challenges, national policy frameworks continue to have a large influence on deployment of biomass to power technologies.

Report scope: Resources used for biomass to energy include agricultural residues; animal manure; wood wastes from forestry and industry; residues from food and paper industries; municipal green wastes; sewage sludge; dedicated energy crops such as short-rotation (3-15 years) coppice (eucalyptus, poplar, willow), grasses (miscanthus), sugar crops (sugar cane, beetroot, sorghum), starch crops (corn, wheat) and oil crops (soy, sunflower, oilseed rape, iatropha, palm oil). Organic wastes and residues have been the major biomass sources so far, but energy crops are gaining importance and market share. Residues, wastes and bagasse are primarily used for heat & power generation. Sugar, starch and oil crops are primarily used for fuel production.

The study of biomass to power is the main aim of this report; hence, this report only includes plants that generate at least some electricity from solid biomass. Bio-refineries and anaerobic digesters (AD) are not included in this project, as they use biogas to energy or bio waste AD technologies and cover different aspects of the energy industry. With reference to this report, biomass for energy includes a wide range of materials.

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The realities of the economics mean that high-value material for which there is an alternative market, such as good quality large timber, are very unlikely to become available for energy applications. However, there are huge resources of residues, co-products and

waste that exist that could potentially become available at relatively low or even negative costs, where there is currently a requirement to pay for disposal.

This report mainly covers the CAPEX spending on new and upgraded biomass to power plants globally, forecasting this from 2016 to 2026. This report also covers the installed capacity of new and future biomass plants globally in megawatts (MW) throughout the same period of time. This includes direct combustion, advanced thermal and gasification, but not biological processes. In gasification, biomass is pre-treated and then placed in a gasifier with little or no oxygen, and undergoes chemical conversion to produce syngas, which can be burned to produce electricity and/or heating.

Spending is presented in US dollars ($). Spending accounts for capital expenditure of projects, including construction, upgrades and replacement facilities, but not general operational maintenance. In addition, the report includes installed power capacity for operational biomass power plants on a global and regional level, as well as forecasts for the level of capacity these markets will reach until 2026.

5 Reasons why you must order and read this report today: 

1. The report delivers considerable added value by revealing global and regional market forecasts and analysis covering the period 2016 to 2026 in terms of capital spending ($m) and installed capacity (MW):
- Europe
- Asia Pacific
- North America
- Latin America
- Africa

2. It outlines key legislation, programmes and drivers and restraints in a large number of national biomass to power markets:
- UK
- Ireland
- Germany
- Austria
- Finland
- Denmark
- Netherlands
- China
- Japan
- India
- Australia
- US
- Canada
- Brazil
- South Africa

3. The analysis is also underpinned by our exclusive interviews with 2 leading experts:
- Principal consultant for re:heat and respected biomass energy expert Steve Luker
- Dr. Ehsan Ali of the Punjab Bioenergy Institute at UAF in Pakistan

4. The report profiles the leading companies operating within the sector:
- Babcock & Wilcox Vølund
- China Everbright
- New Generation Power International
- CHE Group
- Dohwa Engineering
- Veolia Environnement
- Orthios Group

5. Project tables and analysis provide extensive details of major contracts and programmes:
- Operator
- Technology type
- Capacity (tpa)
- Capacity (MW)
- Construction
- Status
- CAPEX ($m)

The report will answer questions such as:
• What are the prospects for the overall biomass-to-power industry?
• Where are the major investments occurring?
• Who are the key players in the biomass-to-power industry?
• What are the market dynamics underpinning the sector?
• How consolidated is the sector amongst the large industry players?

This independent 186 page report guarantees you will remain better informed than your competition. With 93 tables and figures examining the biomass to power market space, the report gives you a visual, one-stop breakdown of your market including capital expenditure and installed capacity forecasts from 2016-2026, as well as analysis, keeping your knowledge that one step ahead helping you to succeed.

This report is essential reading for you or anyone in the energy or waste sectors with an interest in biomass energy. Purchasing this report today will help you to recognise those important market opportunities and understand the possibilities there. I look forward to receiving your order.

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com

To request a report overview of this report please emails Sara Peerun at sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com or call Tel: +44 (0) 20 7336 6100

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Companies Mentioned in This Report 

Abengoa

Aboitiz Power

AECOM

Agroindustrial Guatemalteca

Agrogeneradora

Algae Tech.

AirWater

Amec Foster Wheeler

Ancillary Components

Andritz

Auro mira

Aurora Wood Pellets

Baker and McKenzie

Balcas

Balfour Beatty

BC Hydro

Bester Generacion

Biogen Power

Biomass Power Association (BPA)

Biosystems Engineering Pty

Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Blue Sphere Corp

BNP Paribas

Building Energy

Business Council for Sustainable Energy

BWSC

B&W Power Generation Group Ibc.

B&W Vølund

Canadian Northern Timber

Canford Corporation

CHE Group

China Everbright International

Clean Energy Canada

Cogen Ltd

Comet Biorefining

Concord Blue

Constellation NewEnergy

Damm and Triebel

Diageo

Diacarbon Energy

Dohwa Engineering

Don Carlos Biomass Energy Corporation

Double H Nurseries

DP CleanTech

Drax

DRENL

Eco2

Eco2 Links

EEA Holdings

Eggborough Power Ltd

Eldorabo Brazil Celulose S.A.

Enviroparks Operations Ltd

E.ON

EPH

EPRL

Estover Energy

Evermore Energy

Fengate Capital

GDF Suez

Glenmont Partners

Grandblue Environmental Protection

Georgia Power

Globus Spirits Limited

Godavari Power

Green Power Panay Philippines Inc (GPPPI)

Guangdong Chant Group

Hafield Wood Recyclers

Hindustan Pencils

Howrah Mills Co Ltd

HRS Energy

Hu Honua Bioenergy LLC

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Indus Green Bio energy Pvt. Ltd

Igges and Paperboard Ltd

Infinis

Intervate Renewable Energy

Ispat Ltd

Kalilangan Biomass Energy Corporation

Kauai Island Utility Cooperative

Kedco

Kerck

Kohlbach

Lahti Energia

MGT Power

MGT Teesside

MHIEC

Misamis Oriental Biomass Energy Corporation

Mitsubishi Paper Mills

Morgan Credit Energy

MW Energie

MVV Environment

National Australia Bank

National Bio Energy Co.,Ltd

New Energy Corp

New Energy Development Ltd

New Forest Industries

New Generation Power International (NGPI)

Nexterra

Ngodwana Energy

Nippon Energy Solution (NES)

Nippon Steel

Northern Engineered Wood Products Inc.

Nuchem Ltd

Nuziveedu Seeds Limited

Obayashi Clean Energy Corp

Oji Green Resources

Orthios Group

Portucel S.A.

Protocol Biomas Corp

Re:heat

Real Ventures

Renergi Pty Ltd

Renewa Oy

Renova

REG Bio-power

RES

Resource Recovery Solutions

RWE Group

RWE Npower Cogen

Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC)

Scottish Biofuels

Scottish Bio-power

Sembcorp

SITA UK

Softbank China Venture Capital

Solar 21

Spencer Group

SSJD Bioenergy Limited

SSE

Statkraft

Steinmuller Babcock Environment

Stobart

Suez Environnement

Sugarfed

Sumitomo Metal (NSSMC)

Sumitomo Osaka Cement Co

Taiheiyo Cement 

Takkei

Tamil Nadu

Thermogen

Tampere Power Utility

Torftech

Toshiba

Turku Energia

Tyrone Energy

UPM

WA Biomass

Warwick International Ltd

Welsh Power

WVEL Energy.

W4B

Veolia Dalkia Bioenergy

Veolia Environmental Services

Viaton Energy Pvt. Ltd

Vital Energi

York Timbers

Zhuzhou Qifeng Green Energy Co

Zilkha Biomass Energy

2OC Consortium

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SOURCE Visiongain Ltd