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The 25 Leading Companies in Waste to Energy (WTE) 2015

LONDON, November 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

A Competitive Analysis of Energy from Waste (EfW) Operators 

Visiongain's report analyses the 25 leading operators of waste-to-energy plants in the 244 million tonnes per annum global market. The leading players comprise a diverse range of companies, including international utilities, national agencies and devolved bodies, and smaller engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and operations and maintenance (O&M) companies. Most of the operators have established dominant positions in mature markets, but those that have expanded into developing markets have the most potential for capacity growth.

Visiongain's report will ensure that you keep informed and ahead of your competitors. Gain that competitive advantage.

 

The report will answer questions such as:
• Who are the leading companies in the WtE industry?
- What is their strategy?
- What is their existing processing capacity and where is it based?
- What are their core strengths and weaknesses?
- Do they have expansion plans, and if so where are they likely to go?
• What is driving and restraining the involvement of each leading company within the market?
• What is the MSW-processing capacity and share of the market for each leading company in 2015 and 2016 in tonnes per annum?
• What is the total size of the WtE market in 2015 and 2016? How much will it grow and why?
• What political, economic, environmental and technological factors affect the WtE market?
• What are the leading countries for the development of the WtE market?
• Which individual technologies will prevail and how will these shifts be responded to?
• In what instances is WtE a core part of a company strategy and, if so, why?

 

How will you benefit from this report?
• This report you will keep your knowledge base up to speed. Don't get left behind
• This report will allow you to reinforce strategic decision-making based upon definitive and reliable market data
• You will learn how to exploit new technological trends
• You will be able to realise your company's full potential within the market
• You will better understand the competitive landscape and identify potential new business opportunities and partnerships

 

1) The study reveals where and how leading companies are investing in WtE plants. We show you the prospects for companies operating in:
- China
- Germany
- Italy
- France
- Japan
- Netherlands
- Singapore
- UK
- US
- Other

 

2) The report provides a detailed individual profile for each of the 25 leading companies in waste to energy in 2015 and 2016, providing data for MSW-processing capacity, details of existing and upcoming WtE projects and a SWOT analysis of their involvement in the WtE market:
- A2A
- AEB Amsterdam
- Attero
- AVR
- Babcock & Wilcox / B&W Vølund
- China Everbright
- Chongqing Iron & Steel Company (CISC) / Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta
- Covanta
- EDF / TIRU
- EQT / EEW Energy from Waste
- GCL-Poly
- Grandblue Environment
- Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection
- City of Kobe
- China Metallurgical Group (MCC) / ENFI
- MVV Energie / MVV Umwelt / MVV Environment
- Osaka City Hall
- Shenzhen Energy
- National Environment Agency of Singapore
- Suez Environnement / SITA
- Tianjin Teda
- Clean Association of Tokyo 23
- Veolia
- Viridor
- Wheelabrator / Energy Capital Partners
- City of Yokohama

 

3) The analysis is also underpinned by our exclusive interviews with leading experts
- ENERGOS Managing Director Nick Dawber
- Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants (CEWEP) Managing Director Dr Ella Stengler
4) As well as defining WtE, examining the key technologies and explaining the evolution of the market, our overview breaks down the key WtE drivers and restraints:
- Increased population growth and urbanization
- Countries' need for energy security
- Landfill legislation
- The economics of WtE
- High costs and limited funding
- Government policies
- Public opposition to WtE

 

5) It also provides a PEST analysis of the key factors affecting the overall WtE market:
- Political
- Economic
- Social
- Technical

Competitive advantage
This independent, 170+ page report guarantees you will remain better informed than your competitors. With 145 tables and figures examining the WtE market space, the report gives you an immediate, one-stop breakdown of the leading WtE companies plus analysis and future outlooks, keeping your knowledge one step ahead of your rivals.

 

Who should read this report?
• Anyone within the WtE value chain
• CEOs
• COOs
• CIOs
• Business development managers
• Marketing managers
• Technologists
• Suppliers
• Investors
• Banks
• Government agencies
• Contractors

Don't miss out
This report is essential reading for you or anyone in the waste-management sector with an interest in WtE. Purchasing this report today will help you to recognise those important market opportunities and understand the possibilities there. Order THE LEADING 25 COMPANIES IN WASTE TO ENERGY (WtE) 2015  report now. We look forward to receiving your order.

Companies Listed
A2A
Abengoa
Advanced Plasma Power Ltd.
AEB Amsterdam
AECOM
Algae Tech.
Algonquin
Air Products
Amager Resource Centre (ARC)
AmeyCespa
Anaergia Services
Anqing Wanneng Zhongke Green Power
Aquilini Renewable Energy
Associated Energy Projects plc
Astaldi Group
ATCO Power
Attero
AVR
Banks Group
Balfour Beatty
Bee'ah
BH EnergyGap (Walsall) Ltd
Biffa
Bioessence
Biogen Power
Blakeley's Waste Management
B&W Power Generation Group
B&W Vølund
Babcock & Wilcox
Baumgarte Boder Systems GmbH
BP

Brianza Energia Ambiente
Broadcrown
Burmeister & Wain
B.X.C Development Partners
C&G Environmental Protection Holdings
Cadence EnviroPower
Cheung Kong Infrastructure (CKI)
China Everbright
Chinook Urban Mining
Chongqing Iron & Steel Company (CISC)
Chongqing Sanfeng Covanta
CJ Global Green Energy Philippines Group
Clean Association of Tokyo23
Clean Power Properties
CNIM
Cory Environmental
Covanta Energy Corporation
Coventry & Solihull Waste Disposal Company
Dan Municipal Sanitation Association
Devon Waste Management
Doncaster Energy Recovery
Dong Energy
Doosan
DRENL
Dundee Energy Recycling Ltd
Dynamis Group
E.ON
EEW Energy from Waste
Ekokem
Ekokogeneracja subsidiary Kotlownia 1
Électricité de France (EDF)
Elementa Group
ENERGOS
Energy Answers
Energy Works (Hull) Limited
ENFI
Enviroparks Operations Ltd
EQT (Becon)
Esti Energia
Eunomia
Falascaia
FCC Environment
Fiberight LLC
Fisia Babcock Environment
Fortum
Foster Wheeler
GCL-Poly
Gent Fairhead

Grandblue Environmental Protection
Green EfW Investments
Gretton Brook Estates
Grontmij
Grundon Waste
Herambiente
Hitachi Zosen Inova
Hoddesdon Energy
HPOWER Incinerator
Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection
IMPSA
Indaver
International Electric Power
Iren
Jersey Transport And Technical Services
JFE Engineering
Jindal TF
Jinjiang Group
K3CHP Ltd
Kara/NOVEREN
Keppel Seghers
KfW
KIC Odpady
Kotka Energia
Lahti Energy
LECH
Levenseat Renewable Energy
Linhai Weiming Environment Protection and Energy Co. Ltd.
Lomellina Energia
Energia

Ma'anshuan Urban Development Investment Group
Marcegaglia Energy
Martin GmbH
Maui Electric
China Metallurgical Group (MCC)
Mercia Waste Management
MES Environmental
Metro Vancouver
MHIEC
Mizuda
Mostostal Warsawa
MVV Energie
MVV Environment
MVV Umwelt
Müllpyrolyseanlage Burgau
Multifuel Energy
Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd
New Energy Corp
NewEarth Solutions
Nordic Investment Bank
North London Waste Authority
Nybro Energi
Onyx Ta-Ho Environmental Services
Origin Renewable Energy
Öresundskraft
Oschatz
Oulun Energia
Peel Environmental
Pertamina
PGNiG Termika
Phoenix Energy
Pirkanmaa Waste Management
Planara
Plantec Inc
Plasco Energy Group
Plenary Group
Posco E&C
Poyry

Pražské služby
Premier Aggregates
Proctor & Gamble Co.
ProNatura
Quadrifoglio
Rabbit Group
Ramboll
Ramky Enviro Engineers
Rank Progress
Reform Energy
Resource Recovery Solutions
Riikinvoima
Romelectro
Sako
Sangfeng Covanta
Savini
Scarlino Energia
Sembcorp
Shanghai Environment Group
Shanghai Laogang Comprehensive Waste Development
Shanks Group Plc
Shenzhen Energy
Shetland Heat Energy & Power Ltd
SHI
Shore Energy
SITA Scandinavia
SITA UK
SITA Zielona Energia
Sound Environment
Spencer Group
SSE
State Communal Enterprise, Koktem
Steinmuller Babcock Environment
Suez Environnement
Synthos
Tammervoima Oy
Tampere Power Utility

Taqa
Tata
Termizo
Termomeccanica Ecologia
Tianjin Teda
TIRU
Toplofikacia
TRM
Turku Energia
Ugozzolo
Urbaser
Vantaan Energia
Veolia Environmental Services
Viridor
Waste Recycling Group
WasteUK Ltd
Westenergy
Wheelabrator Technologies
Whiting Turner
Worldwide Holdings Bhd
Wuhan Shenneng Environmental Engineering
Zevo
Zhejiang Weiming Environmental Protection Co. Ltd
Zweckverband Abfallwirtschaft Raum Würzburg

 

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in this Report
Australian National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority
British Geological Society (BGS)
Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB)
EPA
European Union (EU)
European Commission
Filipino Department of Energy
Greek Public Gas Corporation (DEPA)
Haisla Nation
HKRMA - Hong Kong Retail Management Association
Indonesian State Owned Enterprise (SOE) Ministry
International Court of Justice
International Energy Agency (IEA)
IPCC
Japanese NRA
Jordan Ministry of Energy
City of Kobe
Lebanon Ministry of Energy and Water
LNG Allies
MEND - Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta
Ministry of State Enterprises - Portal Nasional Indonesia
MPLA - Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola
National Gas Public Company of Cyprus (DEFA)
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
NPD - Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development)
Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)
Osaka City Hall
Pakistan Government Payment Guarantees
Pakistani Petroleum Ministry
Pakistani Supreme Court
RAE - Greek Energy Regulator
Rosneft

National Environment Agency of Singapore
State Agency for Investment and National Projects of Ukraine
Clean Association of Tokyo 23
United Nations (UN)
UNITA - National Union for the Total Independence of Angola
UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
US Department of Energy (DOE)
US Energy Information Administration (EIA)
US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
US Federal Reserve
Volta River Authority of Ghana
World Bank
City of Yokohama

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com

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Source: PR Newswire (November 23, 2015 - 9:00 AM EST)

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