28 September 2018
Visiongain’s definitive new 500+ page Waste to Energy Yearbook 2018 is the ultimate reference source for the waste to energy industry. The yearbook indicates that globally, the WtE Infrastructure market including waste to energy (thermal and biological) along with wastewater to energy will reach a total Capex of $15.4bn in 2018.
The lead analyst of the report commented: "Growing demand for energy coupled with high focus on attaining energy from waste resources are gaining momentum. This has paved ways for the growth in deployment of WtE technologies across the globe. Strong growth is currently being seen in the European WtE Market as countries hasten to develop WtE to meet landfill targets in 2020."
The 500+ page report contains 300+ tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the WtE market. Visiongain provides annual capital expenditure (CAPEX) and capacity forecasts for the period 2018-2028 for the global market, as well as for, each waste to energy submarket (thermal, biological) as well as wastewater to energy.
The report also includes market forecasts and analysis for the leading national waste to energy markets. The forecasts and analysis incorporate extensive primary and secondary data-driven economic, social, and political trends.
The report gives a detailed account of the factors that lead to our valuation of the market. The report analyzes how this impacts the development of waste to energy facilities, incorporates research into Capex and capacity trends in the overall waste to energy industry. It details technical issues and recent developments in technology. The report outlines how these factors will impact the waste to energy infrastructure spending until 2028.
For more details on the Waste to Energy (WtE) Yearbook 2018: Forecasts and Analysis Capacity (Mtpa) & CAPEX ($m) Forecasts for Waste to Thermal Energy, Biological Waste to Energy, Wastewater Treatment to Energy (WWTtE), Wastewater Treatment to Heat Energy (WWTtHE), Wastewater Treatment to Biogas Energy (WWTtBE) Including Analysis of Leading Countries and Companies, please contact email@example.com
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