Waste to Energy Market Challenges and Opportunities Outlook till 2027

Waste to Energy Market Challenges and Opportunities Outlook till 2027

Waste to Energy (WTE) facilities worldwide over 6000 to be précised are accounting for a substantial production of electricity, steam and recoveries of metals for recycling annually by combusting tons of municipal solid waste.  Conversion of waste to energy is becoming a key component of integrated waste management strategies across the globe. The ever-increasing waste volumes are prompting the governing agencies to revisit their approach to waste management. Both political and environmental attention is turning towards the development of cost effective and sustainable solutions for WTE. The Waste to Energy market has been showing positive trends in recent times gaining the prominence on the global platform.

Global Key Players and Competition Analysis

Some of the key players in the Waste to Energy market are Constructions industrials de la Mediterranean (CNIM), Covanta Energy Corporation, C&G Environmental Protection Holdings, Veolia Environment, China Everbright International Limited, Waste Management, Inc, and Suez Environment S.A.

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Segmentation Analysis

The waste to energy market has been segmented based on technology as biological and thermal. Based on method, the market has been segmented as Incineration, Gasification and Pyrolysis, Fermentation and Anaerobic digestion.

Regional Analysis

Asia-Pacific is the leading market for the Waste to Energy Market with almost half of the market share captured by this region. Rapid economic development in the APAC region is also going to be key for the growth and development of the Waste to energy market. India and China have well established waste management infrastructure which is going to provide immense growth opportunity for growth I this market.

Market Scope

The Waste to Energy market has been showing positive trends in recent times. Abundance of waste and strict government regulation regarding waste disposal are some of the key factors which are expected to drive the demand in the Waste to Energy market. Increasing government penalties on poorly managed waste in the form of landfills is diverting demand towards the Waste to Energy Market.

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Industry News

January 8, 2018 – Kontrol Energy Corp. (Canada) a leader in energy efficiency management solutions and technology announced that it has been selected by Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace (OECM) as a contracted supplier for hardware, software and related energy services and technology. Kontrol Energy’s RTEM system features the use of Circuit Meter as a channel partner.

June 26, 2017 – SUEZ (France) a utility company which operates largely in the water treatment and waste management sectors launched Organix®, first digital marketplace in France for organic waste. This innovative platform can connect producers of organic waste (food industry manufacturers, cooperatives, etc.) and methanation unit operators, who transform them into energy.

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