05 July 2019
Visiongain’s updated report the Global Landfill Gas to Energy Market 2019-2029: Landfill Gas to Energy Market Report 2019-2029: Forecasts for CAPEX, OPEX and by Application (Electricity, Direct Use, High BTU and Vehicle Fuel) and by Country. Plus Analysis of Leading Companies in the Sector indicates that the global landfill gas to energy market will see capex of $3.659bn in 2019, including both capital and operational expenditure on electricity generating and direct-use landfill gas projects.
Landfill gas to energy (LFGE) facilities have continued to receive high levels of investment, proving to be a cost-effective way to utilise landfill gas for generating energy, as well as achieving significant reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This report details the levels of investment in the global market, subdivided by regions, capital and operational expenditure and by end use application. Through extensive research and a discussion with an industry expert, Visiongain has identified a series of market trends that will impact the LFGE market over the coming decade.
The lead analyst of the report commented that: "Over the coming decade and beyond, we will see large improvements in the methods for electricity generation and one key aspect of this lies within landfill gas. This method makes us able to catch harmful gases from landfill waste and harness it for use as fuel. As countries look to reduce their greenhouse gas emisisons to meet their Paris Agreement targets, it has been essential to develop waste management programmes to utilise the gas generated at landfill sites while simultaneously reducing harmful methane emissions and provide yet another alternative of energy supply for the community."
The report provides CAPEX and OPEX forecasts for five regional markets (North America, Central and South America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of the World) and the eight leading national markets (US, UK, Canada, Australia, India, China, Poland and Greece) for 2019-2029, as well as breaking up CAPEX into direct use and electricity generation submarkets for each regional and national market. The report also provides detailed company breakdowns for existing projects in the US market, including profiles of the ten leading global LFGE companies. Our industry expert has chosen to remain anonymous however, full transcripts of our interview can be found within the report.
The Global Landfill Gas to Energy Market 2019-2029 report will be of value to anyone who wants to better understand the market and its dynamics. It will be useful for businesses already involved in the landfill gas to energy market, or for those wishing to enter this sector in the future.
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