Biomass to Power 2019/2020
The leading standard reference in the industry for electricity generation from solid biomass. The updated 10th edition includes:
- specific data on more than 3,900 units in more than 3,650 biomass power plants
- a description and evaluation of more than 950 projects worldwide, including essential data such as on who is responsible for the project as well as project status, planned commissioning date and fuel type
- a worldwide market development forecast 2019-2028 by country, including assessment of new constructions, shutdowns and investment volumes based on more than 690 cost examples
- an analysis of the existing plants by country, e.g. age, feedstock, capacities and competition
- an analysis of biomass electricity generation subsidisation (feed-in tariffs, quota systems and auctions), by country, for the world’s most important markets
- an overview of market factors, fuels, treatment technologies as well as investment and operational costs and revenues (with an exemplary calculation)
- the description and market shares of all important operators and technology providers
In addition to the study, all customers will get access to the following products for one year:
- ecoprog BtE Monitor: update on current international projects in electricity generation from solid biomass (emailed every 14 days)
- ecoprog BtE Project Tracker: complete list of all known projects worldwide, including information on status, electrical capacity and expected commissioning (emailed every 3 months)
- ecoprog BtE Archive: online access to more than 8,000 BtE Monitor news since 2010
The study is available in English language starting from 3,400.- EUR plus VAT. Please see the extract or the online order form for details.
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In early 2019, there were nearly 4,000 active biomass power plants worldwide, reaching an installed electrical capacity of around 67.7 GWel. In our forecast, we expect about 5,550 BMPPs with a capacity of around 89.4 GWel to be commissioned by the end of 2028. The subsidisation of renewable energies and the development of domestic energy sources from existing waste material, e.g. wood waste or bagasse, are the most important reasons for this growth.