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Biogas to Energy (Analyst version) - The World Market for Biogas Plants 2012/2013

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Biogas to Energy (Analyst version) - The World Market for Biogas Plants 2012/2013 

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Biogas to Energy (Analyst version) - The World Market for Biogas Plants 2012/2013

The international biogas boom will continue in the years to come. The worldwide installed capacity will increase between 2012 and 2016 from 4,700 MWel to about 7,400 MWel – which is a growth of about 60 per cent in only five years. We furthermore expect the number of plants to increase from 9,700 to 13,500 plants.

The main reason for this growth is the support of renewable energy that is increasing throughout the world. More and more countries create the necessary framework conditions for a fast growth of the biogas industry. Europe will remain the world's most dynamic market.

This study is the third edition of the biogas plant market analysis by ecoprog GmbH and the Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT. Amongst other actors, energy agencies, public authorities and associations as well as operators and plant manufacturers have been involved in this analysis.

This detailed investigation and current analysis of numbers, facts, estimations and trends of the worldwide market for biogas plants is of interest for producers, suppliers, operators, disposal companies, associations, research institutes and consulters.

The analyst version of the market study "Biogas to Energy 2012/2013" includes: 

  • A detailed analysis of the essential political, economic, managerial and technical trends for constructing and operating biogas plants.
  • A concrete description of the current and future market volumes by countries, up to and including 2016, based on a transparent and comprehensible methodology. 
  • A project list for each country with new construction projects and projects that are planned or currently discussed. 
  • A description and analysis of the most important operators and manufacturers of biogas plants.

Preface for Analyst Version 13

Preface 15

Management summary 17

1 Background 21

1.1. Differentiation 21

1.2. Differentiation by feedstocks 22

1.3. Differentiation by fermentation technologies 25

2 Plant technology 27

2.1. Delivery and processing of biomass 27

2.2. Anaerobic fermentation of biomass 28

2.3. Biogas use 30

2.4. Utilisation of fermentation residues 30

3 Operational key figures 33

3.1. Investment costs 33

3.2. Current costs 35

3.3. Revenues 37

4 Framework conditions / market factors 41

4.1. Legislation 41

4.2. Purchasing feedstocks 52

4.3. The potential of biogas in Europe 55

5 The worldwide market for biogas plants 59

5.1. Current plants 59

5.2. Development of market volume 62

6 Competition 71

6.1. Operators 71

6.2. Plant manufacturers 73

7 National markets 83

7.1. Australia 83

7.2. Austria 86

7.3. Belgium 90

7.4. Brazil 94

7.5. Bulgaria 97

7.6. Canada 100

7.7. China 105

7.8. Croatia 110

7.9. Czech Republic 114

7.10. Denmark 118

7.11. Estonia 122

7.12. Finland 126

7.13. France 130

7.14. Germany 136

7.15. Hungary 153

7.16. India 158

7.17. Ireland 163

7.18. Italy 166

7.19. Japan 174

7.20. Latvia 178

7.21. Lithuania 182

7.22. Luxembourg 186

7.23. Netherlands 190

7.24. Norway 196

7.25. Poland 199

7.26. Portugal 205

7.27. Romania 208

7.28. Russia 212

7.29. Slovakia 216

7.30. Slovenia 221

7.31. Sweden 227

7.32. Switzerland 231

7.33. Spain 235

7.34. Turkey 239

7.35. United Kingdom 242

7.36. United States of America 248

7.37. Other countries 256

Argentina 257

Cyprus 257

Greece 257

Iceland 258

Malaysia 258

Malta 258

Mexico 259

Philippines 259

Pakistan 260

Serbia 260

South Africa 261

South Korea 261

Thailand 262

Ukraine 262

Uruguay 263

Vietnam 263

Glossary 265

Methodology and sources 268

 

Table of figures

Fig. 1: Biogas in electricity production 21

Fig. 2: Generating gas from biomass 23

Fig. 3: Proportion of landfill gas, sewage gas and biogas in the EU 25

Fig. 4: Example of a biogas plant 27

Fig. 5: Stages of biogas emergence 28

Fig. 6: Average biogas output and metahne content of different feedstocks 29

Fig. 7: Exemplary specific investment costs 33

Fig. 8: Average investment costs of biogas plants (co-digestion with chp- unit) 34

Fig. 9: Average current costs of biogas plants (co-digestion plant with chp-unit) 36

Fig. 10: Exemplary calculation of revenues of a co-digestion plant 38

Fig. 11: Compensation systems in the individual countries 44

Fig. 12: Aims of the EU countries for the expansion of biogas, landfill gas and sewage gas 49

Fig. 13: Kyoto goals and implementation status 50

Fig. 14: Development of maize and wheat prices 53

Fig. 15: Separately registered bio and organic waste in the EU 54

Fig. 16: Worldwide percentage of cultivated land 56

Fig. 17: Worldwide number of livestock units 56

Fig. 18: Potential and emergence of separately collected bio and organic waste 57

Fig. 19: Worldwide operational biogas plants (End of 2012) 59

Fig. 20: Worldwide installed capacities of biogas plants (End of 2012) 60

Fig. 21: Average size of a biogas plant in different countries 61

Fig. 22: Global Market forecast 62

Fig. 23: Yearly new build biogas plants with installed capacity 63

Fig. 24: Development of regional shares of worldwide installed capacity 64

Fig. 25: Growth of the installed capacity for regions and countries (2012 - 2016) 65

Fig. 26: Market Volume Worldwide 66

Fig. 27: Development of existing plants by country 68

Fig. 28: Development of capacities by country (capacity MWel) 69

Fig. 29: Market volume new construction by country (m €) 70

Fig. 30: Ranking of world's largest biogas plant manufacturers according to installed capacity 73

Fig. 31: Market shares oft he biggest plant manufacturers 74

Fig. 32: Power generation by energy sources in Australia 82

Fig. 33: Biggest biogas plants in Australia 84

Fig. 34: Project outlook Australia 84

Fig. 35: Market forecast Australia 85

Fig. 36: Power generation by energy sources in Austria 86

Fig. 37: Compensation of biogas in Austria 87

Fig. 38: Project Outlook Austria 88

Fig. 39: Market forecast Austria 89

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Fig. 169: Power generation by energy sources in United Kingdom 242

Fig. 170: compensation for electricity fed into the grid in the United Kingdom 243

Fig. 171: Development of regression factor for electricity fed into the grid in the United Kingdom 244

Fig. 172: Market forecast United Kingdom 245

Fig. 173: Project outlook United Kingdom 246

Fig. 174: Plant manufacturers' market share of installed capacity in the United Kingdom 247

Fig. 175: Power generation by energy sources in the USA 248

Fig. 176: Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) in the USA (State: Juni 2012) 250

Fig. 177: Allocation of biogas plants in US-states 251

Fig. 178: Market forecast USA 252

Fig. 179: Project outlook USA (plants > 500 kW) 252

Fig. 180: Plant manufacturers' market share of installed capacity in the USA 254

 

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