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NEW YORK May 23, 2012

Waste-to-Energy Technology Markets

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Renewable Power and Heat Generation from Municipal Solid Waste: Market Outlook, Technology Assessments, and Capacity and Revenue Forecasts

China Europe Asia Pacific

Key Questions Addressed:

-What are the regulatory, technological, and economic market drivers for WTE?-How does WTE fit into the broader waste management regimes within key markets?-How is the market structured and who are the key market players?-How much waste will be generated by region and key markets?-What is the size of the WTE market opportunity by region and technology capacity?

Who needs this report?

-Waste management companies-Municipal and private owners and operators of WTE plants-Thermal WTE equipment and component suppliers-Biological WTE equipment and component suppliers-Developers of new WTE technologies-Suppliers of steam and gas turbines and engines, measurement instruments, advanced and corrosion resistant materials-Utilities-Government agencies

1.1 Overview

1.2 Main Findings

1.3 Emerging Trends

1.4 Forecast Overview

2. Waste Opportunities2.1 Waste Overview2.2 Defining MSW2.2.1 Defining MSW – United States2.2.2 Defining MSW – European Union2.2.3 Defining MSW – United Nations2.3 Assessing Global MSW Generation2.4 MSW Characteristics2.4.1 Waste Composition2.4.2 Waste Handling2.5 Global Waste Management2.6 MSW End Uses2.6.1 Combined Heat and Power2.6.2 District Heating2.6.3 District Heating and Cooling2.6.4 Waste-to-Fuels2.6.5 Mineral and Metal Recovery2.6.6 Waste-to-Water2.7 Why WTE?

3. Market Issues

3.1 Overview of WTE

3.1.1 Defining WTE

3.1.2 Brief History of WTE

3.1.3 Waste as a Renewable Resource

3.1.4 Advantages and Disadvantages of WTE

3.2 Role of WTE in Energy Markets

3.2.1 Global WTE Utilization

3.2.2 WTE Power Generation

3.3 WTE Market Drivers

3.3.1 Energy Security

3.3.1.1 Rising Electricity Demand

3.3.1.2 Industrialization (Especially in Emerging Markets)

3.3.1.3 Energy Prices

3.3.1.3.1. Electricity Prices

3.3.1.3.2. Heat Prices

3.3.2 Climate Change

3.3.3 Waste Management

3.3.3.1 Population Growth

3.3.3.2 Increasing Consumption

3.3.3.3 Landfilling

3.3.3.4 Waste Management Policies

3.3.3.4.1. Waste Ownership

3.3.3.4.2. Waste Hierarchies

3.3.3.4.3. Landfilling Policies

3.3.4 WTE Mandates, Regulations, and Incentives

3.3.4.1 Renewable Power Production

3.3.4.2 Feed-in Tariffs

3.3.4.3 Tax Credits

3.4 WTE Market Barriers

3.4.1 Policy Uncertainty

3.4.1.1 Climate Change and GHG Regulation

3.4.1.2 Evolving Waste Management Policies

3.4.2 Cost

3.4.3 Natural Gas Prices

3.4.4 NIMBYism (Public Opposition)

3.5 WTE Economics

3.5.1 Mass Burn Facilities

3.5.2 Gasification Facilities

3.5.3 WTE Revenue

4. Technology Issues4.1 Technology Overview4.1.1 Typical System Components4.1.2 Technology and Market Maturity4.2 Direct Combustion Technologies4.2.1 Combustion Advantages and Disadvantages4.2.2 Key Technology Issues4.2.3 Combustion Approaches4.2.3.1 Mass Burn4.2.3.2 RDF4.2.3.3 Fluidized Bed4.2.3.4 SEMASS4.2.3.5 Advanced Thermal Recycling4.3 Advanced Thermal Technologies4.3.1 Gasification4.3.1.1 Fixed Beds4.3.1.2 Fluidized Beds4.3.2 Pyrolysis4.3.3 Plasma Arc Gasification4.4 Biological Treatment4.4.1 Anaerobic Digestion4.4.2 Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT)4.5 Air Pollution Control Technologies4.5.1 Particle Removal4.5.2 Chemical Cleaning4.6 Residue Management4.7 Energy Recovery

5. Key Industry Players

5.1 Thermal WTE Players

5.1.1 ABB

5.1.2 Babcock & Wilcox Volund

Babcock Power

5.1.4 China Everbright

5.1.5 Covanta Energy

5.1.6 Fisia Babcock Environment

Foster Wheeler

5.1.8 Green Conversion Systems

5.1.9 GreenLight Energy Solutions

5.1.10

5.1.11

5.1.12

5.1.13 Keppel Seghers

5.1.14

5.1.15

5.1.16

5.1.17

5.1.18

5.1.19

5.1.20

5.1.21

5.1.22

5.2 Biological Treatment (Biogas) Players)

5.2.1 Bekon

5.2.2 Biogas Nord

5.2.3 BiogenGreenfinch

5.2.4 BTA

5.2.5 DVO

5.2.6 Haase Anlagenbau

5.2.7 Kompogas

5.2.8 Organic Waste Systems

5.2.9 Ros Roca International

5.2.10

5.2.11 France

5.2.12

6. Market Forecasts6.1 Methodology6.1.1 Key Assumptions6.1.2 Waste Generation Assumptions6.1.3 Estimating Urban Population Trends6.1.4 Estimating Waste Generation Trends6.2 Market Assumptions6.3 MSW Generation Forecasts6.4 Waste Management Forecasts6.4.1 Conservative (Business-as-Usual) Scenario6.4.2 Optimistic Scenario6.5 WTE Net Energy Generation Forecasts6.6 WTE Market Value Forecasts6.6.1 By Region6.6.2 By Conversion Technology

7. Key Markets

7.1 Overview

United States

7.2.1 Market Dynamics

7.2.2 Waste Management

7.2.3 WTE Forecasts

Canada

Brazil

7.4.1 Market Dynamics

7.4.2 Waste Management

7.4.3 WTE Forecasts

7.5 EU-27

7.5.1 Market Dynamics

7.5.2 Waste Management

7.5.3 WTE Forecasts

China

7.6.1 Market Dynamics

7.6.2 WTE Forecasts

India

Japan

7.8.1 Market Dynamics

7.8.2 Waste Management

7.8.3 WTE Forecasts

7.9 ASEAN

8. Company Directory

9. Acronym and Abbreviation List

10. Table of Contents

11. Table of Charts and Figures

12. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

United States United States United States Brazil Asia Pacific China China

List of Tables

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