The "Middle East And Africa Waste-To-Energy (WTE) Market 2019-2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This report states that the industry would grow with a CAGR of 4.88% in the forecast duration from 2019-2027.
Turkey, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, the UAE, and countries in Rest of MEA together form the waste-to-energy market in the Middle East and Africa.
The South African waste management industry is depicting continual growth and is one of the most efficient waste management industries in the continent of Africa. In 2018, South Africa generated 42 million cubic meters of waste, which amounted to R17 billion, most of it was discarded in landfills.
Recycling waste has become necessary in the country, as the poor recycling rate (around 10%) has resulted in the reduction of the area available for landfilling. Waste-to-energy management in South Africa would provide the country with significant benefits. For instance, with the country increasingly falling short of space for landfilling, WtE management proves to be an excellent alternative to landfills.
The first large-scale WtE conversion plant in Africa was launched in January 2017, in Cape Town's Athlone, which was built five years after extensive planning. Waste Mart and Clean Energy Africa, collaborated for the development of this R400 million project, which is owned and run by Clean Energy Africa's subsidiary, New Horizons Energy. By implementing this project, Cape Town has moved from being an electricity distributor to an electricity generator, reaching towards its goals of having 20% renewable energy in its energy mix.
The dominating players in the waste-to-energy market are Keppel Seghers, China Everbright International Ltd., Suez Environnement Company, Ze-gen, Inc., Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Wheelabrator Technologies, Inc., Amec Foster Wheeler Plc (acquired by Wood Group), Waste Management, Inc., Plasco Conversion Systems (acquired by RMB Advisory Services), and SAKO Brno A.S.
Key Topics Covered
1. Middle East And Africa Waste-To-Energy (Wte) Market - Summary
2. Industry Outlook
2.1. Market Definition
2.2. Key Insights
2.2.1. Data Analytics & Big Data Optimizing Waste Management Value Chain
2.2.2. Incineration - Key Thermal Waste-To-Energy Technology
2.2.3. Growing Prominence Of Biological Wte Technology
2.3. Porter'S Five Forces Analysis
2.3.1. Bargaining Power Of Buyers
2.3.2. Bargaining Power Of Suppliers
2.3.3. Threat Of Substitute
2.3.4. Threat Of New Entrants
2.3.5. Threat Of Competitive Rivalry
2.4. Key Impact Analysis
2.5. Market Attractiveness Index
2.6. Vendor Scorecard
2.7. Industry Components
2.7.1. Waste Generation
2.7.2. Waste Collection
2.7.5. Distributors & Retailers
2.8. Market Drivers
2.8.1. Rising Energy Demand & Need For Energy Security
2.8.2. Substantial Investments In New Wte Projects
2.8.3. Rapid Industrialization & Urbanization Contributing To The Increasing Municipal Waste
2.8.4. Declining Number Of Landfill Sites
2.9. Market Restraints
2.9.1. High Setup Cost - Major Drawback
2.9.2. Availability Of Alternative Technologies
2.9.3. Strict Environmental Guidelines
2.10. Market Opportunities
2.10.1. Depleting Conventional Energy Resources
2.10.2. Emerging Technologies
2.11. Market Challenges
2.11.1. Technological Challenges
2.11.2. Opposition From Environmental Groups & Local Communities
3. Middle East And Africa Waste-To-Energy (Wte) Market Outlook - By Technology
4. Middle East And Africa Waste-To-Energy (Wte) Market Outlook - By Type Of Waste
4.1. Municipal Waste
4.1.2. Commercial & Institutional
4.1.3. Construction & Demolition
4.1.4. Other Municipal Wastes
4.2. Process Waste
4.3. Medical Waste
4.4. Agriculture Waste
4.5. Other Wastes
5. Middle East And Africa Waste-To-Energy (Wte) Market Outlook - By Application
5.3. Combined Heat & Power Units
5.4. Transport Fuels
5.5. Other Applications
6. Middle East And Africa Waste-To-Energy (Wte) Market - Regional Outlook
6.1. United Arab Emirates
6.3. Saudi Arabia
6.4. South Africa
6.5. Rest Of Middle East & Africa
7. Competitive Landscape
7.1. Amec Foster Wheeler Plc (Acquired By Wood Group)
7.2. Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc.
7.3. C&G Environmental Protection Holdings Ltd.
7.4. China Everbright International Ltd.
7.5. Covanta Holding Corporation
7.6. Green Conversion Systems, Inc.
7.7. Hitachi Zosen Corporation
7.8. Keppel Seghers
7.9. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
7.10. Plasco Conversion Systems (Acquired By Rmb Advisory Services)
7.11. Suez Environnement Company
7.12. Veolia Environnement S.A.
7.13. Waste Management, Inc.
7.14. Wheelabrator Technologies, Inc.
7.15. Xcel Energy, Inc.
7.16. Bta International Gmbh
7.17. Martin Gmbh
7.18. Ze-Gen, Inc.
7.19. Sako Brno A.S.
7.20. Austrian Energy & Environment Group
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