Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/t2mg7s/waste_to_energy) has announced the addition of the "Waste to Energy (Analyst Version) - The World Market for Waste Incineration Plants 2012/2013" report to their offering.
Waste to Energy 2012/2013 - The World Market for Waste Incineration Plants
The market for waste incineration plants continues to grow steadily. Between 2007 and 2011, the worldwide installed annual capacity increased by about 12 per cent. This growth will accelerate in the next five years - we estimate the installed annual capacities to increase by 21 per cent by 2016. By then, operational capacities will amount to about 300 million annual tons.
The main reason for this growth is (as was the case in the past) a very dynamic market for new constructions that results in a steadily increasing number of plants throughout the world. About 250 new WtE plants will start operations by 2016. The construction of these additional WtE plants is a response to the increasing lack of space in conurbations (in Asia especially) and toughening environmental legislation (primarily in Europe).
This new edition of the world's largest data collection in the segment of waste incineration was again elaborated together with industry experts in the world's most important markets such as Eastern Europe, North America, Japan, China and South Korea.
The analyst version of the market study Waste to Energy 2012/2013 includes:
- A detailed analysis of pros and cons, technology and costs of waste incineration, including all the important political, economic, managerial and technical trends.
- A concrete description of the current and future market volumes by countries, up to and including 2016, based on a transparent and comprehensible methodology.
- A project list with new construction, extension and renewal projects, of which more than 100 are under construction, almost 53 have been approved and over 210 are being planned.
- An analysis and description of the world's most important operators and plant manufacturers, including market shares.
Key Topics Covered:
Preface for the analyst version
Part I: Background
2 Systems engineering
3 Costs and revenues
4 Underlying conditions/market factors
Part II: Market and competition
5 Current trends
6 Plants worldwide
7 Market volumes worldwide
8 Operators worldwide
9 Plant manufacturers & competition
10 National markets
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