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Global Markets for Renewable Energy

  • Publication Date:September 2010
  • Publisher:BCC Research
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:374

Global Markets for Renewable Energy

This Report Contains

Discussion of the renewables industry's economic environment, technologies, and issues

Analysis of global market trends, with data from 2009, estimates for 2010, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2015

Projections of cumulative and annual new capacity for the various technologies from global, regional, and national perspectives

A comprehensive overview of the global photovoltaics market, and estimates of the markets for biomass-fueled generation capacity, small wind turbines, and mini-, micro- and pico-hydro

Examinations of the latest technology trends and other factors, such as funding agencies, resources, industry trends, and green power.

  • Chapter- 1: Introduction
    • Study Goals and Objectives
    • Reasons for Doing The Study
    • Scope of Report
    • Intended Audience
    • Methodology and Information Sources
    • Analyst Credentials
    • Related Reports
    • BCC Online Services
    • Disclaimer
  • Chapter-2: Summary
    • Summary
    • Summary Table Global Renewable Energy Market, through 2015 ($ Billions)
    • Summary Figure Global Renewable Energy Market, 2009-2015 ($ Billions)
  • Chapter-3: Overview
    • Renewable Energy Today
    • Table 1 Growth of Renewable Energy, 2007-2015 (Quadrillion Btus)
    • Figure 1 Global Renewable Energy, 2007-2015 (Quadrillion Btus)
    • Table 2 Short-Term Progress of Renewables
    • Table 3 Global Cagrs of Renewable Fuels, through 2008
    • Table 4 Global Leaders in Renewable Energy, 2009
    • after The Gold Rush
    • Table 5 Global Energy Use by Fuel Type, 2010-2015 (Quadrillion Btus)
    • Figure 2 Global Renewable Energy and Total Energy Use, 2010-2015 (Quadrillion Btus)
    • Table 6 Growth of Installed Capacity Individual Fuels for Electricity, through 2015 (Gw)
    • The Importance of Business Models
    • Wind Holds Its Breath
    • Table 7 First-Quarter Performance of Leading Wind Power Companies, 2010 ($ Millions/%)
    • June 1, 2010
    • Note on The U.S. Department of Energy
    • Measurements
    • External Factors Affecting Renewable Energy Markets
    • Co2 Emissions
    • Table 8 Source and Quantity of Co2 Emissions, 2010 and 2015 (Billions of Metric Tonnes)
    • The Ethical Dilemma
    • The Deepwater Oil Spill
    • Developments in Climate Science
    • Climategate
    • Copenhagen
    • Errors in The Ipcc's 4th Annual Review
    • Total Energy Consumption
    • Table 9 Global Energy Consumption by Source, through 2015
    • Costs of Generating Electricity
  • Chapter-4: Applications
    • Desertec and Masdar
    • Desertec
    • Masdar
    • Hydroelectric Power
    • Table 10 Growth in Global Hydroelectric Capacity, 2007-2015 (Gw)
    • Figure 3 Growth in Global Hydroelectric Capacity, 2007-2015 (Gw)
    • Table 11 Global Production of Hydroelectric Power, by Region, 2008 (Gwh)
    • Small Hydro and Micro Hydro
    • Table 12 World Leaders in Small Hydro, by Region, 2008 (Mw)
    • Hydroelectric Uprating
    • Pumped Storage
    • Run-of-The-River Hydroelectric Power
    • Wind Power
    • Table 13 Global Leaders in Wind Installations, by Region, 2009 (Mw)
    • Table 14 Global Wind Power Capacity Installations and Total, 2007-2015 (Gw)
    • Figure 4 Growth of Installed Wind Power Capacity, 2007-2015 (Gw)
    • Offshore Wind Power
    • Solar Power
    • The DRAM Dilemma
    • Table 15 Comparison of 1st-Quarter Results for Leading Solar Power Manufacturers, 2009 and 2010 ($ Millions)
    • Production Capacity Outlook
    • Table 16 Announced Photovoltaic Module Manufacturing Plant Openings, 2010
    • Table 17 Global Production Capacity Outlook for Photovoltaics, 2009- 2015 (Mw)
    • Figure 5 Global Production Capacity Photovoltaics, 2009-2015 (Mw)
    • Table 18 Growth of Annual Solar Installations and Total Capacity, 2007-2015 (Gw)
    • Figure 6 Global Growth in Installed Photovoltaic Capacity, 2007-2015 (Mw)
    • Photovoltaic (Pv)
    • Concentrated Photovoltaics (Cpv)
    • Concentrated Solar Power (Csp)
    • Low Temperature Solar Thermal
    • Liquid Biofuels for Transportation
    • Table 19 Global Production of Biofuels for Transportation, 2007-2015 (Million Barrels per Day)
    • Figure 7 Global Growth of Biofuels for Transportation, 2007-2015 (Millions of Barrels per Day)
    • Table 20 World Leaders in Biofuels for Transportation, 2008
    • Table 21 Global Energy from Biofuels by Usage, 2007
    • Table 22 Liquid Biofuels Production, 2006-2030 (Mbd)
    • Ethanol
    • Table 23 Major Producers of Ethanol, Andannual Fuel Ethanol Production by Country, 2007-2009 (Millions of U.S. Liquid Gallons per Year)
    • Biodiesel
    • next-Generation Biofuels
    • Table 24 next Generation Biofuels and Developers
    • Partnering with The Majors
    • Aviation Fuels
    • Geothermal
    • Table 25 Global Growth of Geothermal Power, 2007-2015 (Gw)
    • Figure 8 Global Growth of Geothermal Power, 2007-2015 (Gw)
    • Enhanced Geothermal Systems
    • Energy from The Ocean
    • Wave
    • Tidal
    • Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
    • Horizon Scanning
    • Space Based Power Satellites
    • Hydrogen
    • Geoengineering
  • Chapter-5: History, Definitions, and Descriptions
    • Hydroelectric
    • Small, Mini, Micro and Pico Hydro
    • Wind
    • How IT Works
    • Offshore Wind
    • Solar
    • Photovoltaic
    • Table 26 Major Photovoltaic Technologies
    • Balance of Systems
    • Module Frames
    • Interconnections
    • Encapsulation
    • Concentrated Photovoltaic Power (Cvp)
    • Concentrated Solar Power
    • Small Scale Solar Thermal
    • Table 27 Cumulative Installed Solar, Water, and Space Heating Capacity in Ten Leading Countries and The World, 2007 (Thermal Megawatts)
    • Liquid Biofuels for Transportation
    • First Generation Biofuels
    • Ethanol
    • Biodiesel
    • Bioalcohols
    • Syngas
    • Second Generation Biofuels
    • Potential
    • Challenges
    • Third-Generation Biofuels
    • Geothermal
    • Ocean (Wave, Tidal, and Otec)
    • Wave
    • How IT Works
    • Tidal
    • How IT Works
    • Otec
    • How IT Works
  • Chapter-6: Market State, Major Manufacturers, and Market Share
    • Introduction
    • Green Stimulus
    • Table 28 Total 2009 Stimulus and Green-Dedicated Portion, Selected Countries ($ Billions)
    • Investment
    • Table 29 U.S. Venture Capital Investment by Sector, 2009 (%)
    • Suppliers
    • Hydroelectric Power
    • Table 30 Global Hydroelectric Market, through 2015 ($ Billions)
    • Figure 9 Global Hydroelectric Market, 2009-2015 ($ Billions)
    • Table 31 Major Markets for Hydroelectric Power, through 2015 ($ Billions)
    • Providers of Plant and Machinery
    • Table 32 Global Hydroelectric Market for Plants and Machinery by Company and Revenue 2009 ($ Millions)
    • Operators
    • Table 33 Leading Global Market Hydroelectric Operators, Ranked by Capacity, 2009 ($ Millions/Mw)
    • Table 34 Number of Large Dams by Country, 2010
    • Table 35 Growth in Total Hydroelectric Capacity, 2007-2015 (Gw)
    • Table 36 Global Production of Hydroelectric Power, 2009 (Gw)
    • Improving Performance from Hydroelectric Power
    • Small Hydro and Micro Hydro
    • Hydroelectric Uprating
    • Wind
    • Table 37 Global Wind Power Market, through 2015 ($ Billions)
    • Figure 10 Global Wind Power Market, 2009-2015 ($ Billion)
    • Table 38 Major Markets for Wind Power, through 2015 ($ Millions)
    • Table 39 Global Leaders in Wind Power Manufacture, Revenues, Installations, and Market Share ($ Millions/Mw/%)
    • Solar
    • Table 40 Global Solar Power Market, through 2015 ($ Billions)
    • Figure 11 Global Solar Power Market, 2009-2015 ($ Billions)
    • Table 41 Major Markets for Solar Power, through 2015 ($ Millions)
    • Photovoltaic
    • Table 42 Top Global Photovoltaic Manufacturers, 2009 Revenues ($Millions), Shipments (Mw), and Market Share
    • Concentrated Photovoltaic (Cpv)
    • Concentrated Solar Power (Csp)
    • Table 43 Concentrated Solar Power Providers (Alphabetically) and 2009 Revenues, ($ Millions)
    • Major Purchasers for Photovoltaic Systems
    • Table 44 Global Pv Electricity Generation by Sector, 2010 (Terawatt Hours)
    • Liquid Biofuels for Transportation
    • Table 45 Global Biofuels for Liquid Transportation Market, through 2015 ($ Billions)
    • Figure 12 Global Biofuels for Liquid Transportation Market, 2009-2015 ($ Billions)
    • Table 46 Major Markets for Liquid Biofuels for Transportation, by Region, through 2015 ($ Billions)
    • Ethanol
    • Table 47 Ethanol: Market Leaders, by Revenues, Production, and Market Share, 2009 ($ Millions/Bgy/%
    • Biodiesel
    • Table 48 Global Market Leaders Biodiesel ($ Millions)
    • Table 49 Biodiesel Capacity Leaders in Europe, 2009 (Million Liters per Year)
    • Geothermal
    • Table 50 Global Geothermal Power Market, through 2015 ($ Billions)
    • Figure 13 Global Geothermal Power Market, 2009-2015 ($ Billions)
    • Table 51 Major Markets for Geothermal Power by Region, through 2015 ($ Millions)
    • Table 52 Major Manufacturers and Market Share, Geothermal, 2009 (Mw/$ Millions/%)
    • Ocean
    • Table 53 Global Ocean Power Market, through 2015 ($ Billions)
    • Figure 14 Global Ocean Power Market, 2009-2015 ($ Billions)
    • Table 54 Major Markets for Ocean Power, through 2015 ($ Millions)
    • Table 55 Wave Power Companies
    • Table 56 Tidal Power Companies
    • Table 57 Otec Companies
  • Chapter-7: Major Markets
    • Introduction
    • Renewables
    • Table 58 20 Top Energy Consuming Countries and Delivered Renewable Energy, 2006
    • China
    • United States
    • Table 59 U.S. Compound Annual Growth Rate, Selected Renewable Energy Sources, 2000-2008 (%)
    • Table 60 U.S. Electricity Capacity and Generation, All Renewables, 2000-2008
    • Table 61 U.S. Energy Consumption by Energy Source, 2004-2008 (Quadrillion Btu)
    • Russia
    • Japan
    • India
    • Selected Countries Not Listed above
    • Australia
    • South Korea
    • Hydroelectric Power
    • Table 62 Global Hydroelectric Market by Country
    • Table 63 Planned Hydroelectric Construction (over 2,000 Mw)
    • Solar
    • Photovoltaic
    • Table 64 Global Demand for Photovoltaic Solar Cells, by Country, 2009 (%)
    • Table 65 Annual Solar Photovoltaics Production by Country, 1995-2008 (Mw)
    • Geothermal
    • Table 66 Major Markets for Geothermal Electricity, 2010 (Mw)
    • United States
    • Philippines
    • Indonesia
    • Mexico
    • Italy
    • Iceland
    • Utility Scale Solar Projects
    • Table 67 Top U.S. Developers of Large Solar Projects (Mw)
    • Concentrated Photovoltaic Power (Cvp)
    • Concentrated Solar Power (Csp)
    • Table 68 World Installed Concentrated Solar Thermal Power Capacity, 2000-2007 (Mw)
    • Table 69 Planned Construction of Concentrated Solar Power Plants
  • Chapter-8: Mergers and Acquisitions
    • M&A Activity over The Last 15 Months
  • Chapter-9: Demographic Changes
    • Introduction
    • General
    • Table 70 Demographic Projections by Region, through 2050 (Millions)
    • Age
    • Table 71 Aging of World Population, 2000 and 2014
    • Household Composition
    • Increasing Income
  • Chapter-10: Trends in Price and Price Performance
    • Introduction
    • Wind Power
    • Turbine Size
    • Gearboxes
  • Chapter-11: Other Factors Influencing Demand
    • Government Subsidies
    • European Union
    • United States
    • Solar
    • International Support for Photovoltaics
    • European Activities
    • Implementing The Vision
    • Germany's National Program
    • European Photovoltaic Industry Association
    • Japanese Pv Efforts
    • The Subsidy Program
    • Other International Support
    • Standards and Conformity Assessment Organizations
    • Pv Economics and Costs
    • Solar Rebates and Incentives
    • The U.S. Example
    • Federal and State Pv Incentives
    • The Solar America Initiative (Sai)
    • Carbon Markets
    • Emission Trading Schemes
  • Chapter-12: Government Regulation and Support
    • Government Commitments to Environmental Measures
    • Table 72 Environmental Commitments, Selected Countries
    • Feed-in Tariffs (Fit)
    • Renewable Portfolio Standards (Rps)
    • Power Purchase Agreement (Ppa)
    • Production Tax Credits (Ptc)
    • United Nations Environment Programme (Unep)
    • Division of Early Warning and Assessment (Dewa)
    • Division of Environmental Policy Division of Technology, Industry and Economics (Dtie)
    • Division of Policy Development and Law (Dpdl)
    • Division of Environmental Policy Implementation (Depi)
    • Division of Regional Cooperation (Drc)
    • Division of Environmental Conventions (Dec)
    • Unep/Gef
    • Unep Governing Bodies
    • Unep Partnerships
    • Unep Scientific Advisory Groups
    • The Ecosystem Conservation Group (Ecg)
    • The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Ipcc)
    • The Joint Group of Experts on The Scientific Aspects of Marine (Stap)
    • Unep Energy
    • Renewable Energy
    • Energy Efficiency
    • Transport - Sustainable Mobility
    • Global Initiative on Promoting Bus Rapid Transit (Brt) Systems
    • Alternative Fuels
    • Roundtable of Sustainable Biofuels (Rsb)
    • International Resource Panel
    • Promoting Vehicles Energy Efficiency
    • Bioenergy
    • Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Ipcc)
    • Ipcc Energy
    • Development of New Scenarios
    • European Commission
    • European Commission Energy
    • Agency for The Cooperation of Energy Regulators (Acer)
    • Smart Grids
    • Executive Agency for Competitiveness and Innovation (Eaci)
    • Euratom Supply Agency
    • U.S. State, Local, and Foreign Government Agencies
    • U.S. Department of Energy (Doe)
    • Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (Eere)
    • Biomass
    • Geothermal
    • Solar
    • about The Solar Program
    • Water
    • Vehicles
    • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Epa)
    • Epa Timeline
    • Epa Financials
    • Investing in Clean Air
    • Cap and Trade Offsets Methodology
    • Renewable Fuels Standards (Rfs)
    • Air Toxics
    • Look Ahead
    • Epa Priorities
    • Epa Energy
    • Epa Energy Star
    • Regional
    • Local Government Initiatives
  • Chapter-13: Challenges to Adoption
    • Solar
    • Standards and Safety
    • International Standards
    • The Global Approval Program (Pv Gap)
    • Other Organizations
    • Hazardous Substances
    • Biofuels
    • Ocean
    • Wave Energy and Environment
    • Fish and Marine Life and Endangered Species
    • Visual Appearance and Noise
    • Sedimentary Flow Patterns
    • Device Fluid Leaks
    • Recreational
    • The Permitting Process in The U.S.
    • The Ferc Process
  • Chapter-14: Technology, Including Patent Evaluation
    • Innovation
    • Biotechnology
    • Nanotechnology
    • Intellectual Property and Renewable Energy
    • Fast Tracking
    • Hydroelectric
    • Turbines
    • Wind
    • Table 73 Global Wind Turbine Patent Activity, by Company, 1990-2009
    • Solar Power
    • Table 74 Top 10 Manufacturers of Solar Technology
    • Photovoltaic
    • Table 75 Solar-Related Patent Activity by Company, 2009-June 2010
    • Concentrated Solar Power (Csp)
    • Geothermal
    • Table 76 Patents by Geothermal Companies Filed in 2009
    • Ocean
    • Table 77 Patents for Ocean Power, 2009
  • Chapter-15: Company Profiles
    • Large Multi-Sector Operators
    • Acciona
    • Bp
    • News
    • Rwe
    • Rwe Npower
    • News
    • Suppliers to The Renewables Industry Sectors
    • Abb Ltd.
    • News
    • Alstom
    • News
    • Andritz Ag
    • News
    • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (India)
    • News
    • Dongfang Electric Corporation Ltd. (China)
    • News
    • Fuji Electric Group
    • Fuji Geothermal Steam Turbines
    • News
    • Targeted Markets for Newly Installed Facilities
    • General Electric
    • Ge Energy
    • Renewable Power Generation
    • Solar
    • Utility Scale Inverters
    • Solar Plant Features:
    • Thin-Film Solar
    • Wind
    • Products
    • Ge Aero Energy
    • Ge Energy & Environmental Research Corp.
    • News
    • Ge Global Nuclear Fuel - Americas, Llc
    • Harbin Power Equipment Corporation (China)
    • News
    • Hitachi
    • News
    • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
    • Mitsubishi Steam Turbines
    • News
    • Siemens Aktiengesellschaft
    • Siemens Ag (Hydropower)
    • News
    • Toshiba Corporation
    • Toshiba Thermal Power Plant Engineering
    • News
    • Hydropower
    • China Huadian (China)
    • Business Scope
    • Key Financials and Capacities
    • News
    • Hydro Green Energy (U.S.)
    • News
    • Ontario Power Generation (Canada)
    • News
    • Shaoyang Hengyuan Zijiang (China)
    • Sinohydro
    • News
    • Voith Ag
    • News
    • Wind
    • Acciona
    • Enercon Gmbh
    • News
    • Gamesa
    • News
    • (Xinjiang) Goldwind Science and Technology
    • News
    • Nordex Se
    • News
    • Repower
    • Sinovel Wind Company
    • News
    • Suzlon Energy Limited
    • News
    • Vestas Wind Systems
    • Outlook for 2010
    • News
    • Solar
    • Bp Solar International, Inc.
    • Canadian Solar Inc.
    • News
    • First Solar. Inc.
    • News
    • Kyocera
    • News
    • Motech Industries
    • Q-Cells - Se
    • News
    • Sanyo Solar USA (Panasonic Corporation)
    • News
    • Shanghai Ja Solar Pv Technology Co., Ltd.
    • News
    • Sharp Corporation
    • News
    • Solarfun Power Holdings
    • News
    • Sunpower Corporation
    • News
    • Suntech
    • Suntech America
    • News
    • Trina Solar Limited
    • News
    • Yingli Solar
    • News
    • Liquid Biofuels for Transportation
    • Amyris Biotechnologies, Inc.
    • Amyris Renewable Diesel
    • Archers Daniels Midland
    • News
    • Biofuel Energy Corp.
    • News
    • Biojet Corp.
    • Bluefire Ethanol
    • News
    • Cosan
    • Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc.
    • News
    • Greenshift Corporation
    • News
    • Gushan Environmental Energy
    • News
    • Poet, Llc
    • Rentech, Inc.
    • News
    • Sapphire Energy Inc.
    • News
    • Solazyme, Inc
    • News
    • Sustainable Oils
    • Valero Energy Corp.
    • News
    • Verenium Biofuels Corporation
    • News
    • Geothermal
    • Altarock Energy Inc.
    • Chevron Corporation
    • Chevron Geothermal
    • Future Outlook and News
    • Calpine Corporation
    • News
    • Cfe (Comisión Federal De Electricidad)
    • Enel S.P.A.
    • News
    • Energy Development Corporation (Edc)
    • News
    • Mighty River Power
    • News
    • Ormat Technologies, Inc.
    • News
    • Reykyavik Energy (Orkuveita Reykjavíkur)
    • Current Projects
    • News
    • Ocean Power
    • Aquamarine Power
    • Aw Energy
    • Aws Ocean Energy, Ltd.
    • Bipower Systems
    • Ceto Wave Energy
    • C-Wave, Ltd.
    • Embley Energy, Ltd.
    • Finavera Renewables
    • Independent Natural Resources, Inc.
    • Oceanlinx, Ltd.
    • Ocean Navitas, Ltd.
    • Ocean Power Technologies
    • Ocean Wavemaster, Ltd.
    • Orecon
    • Pelamis Wave Power
    • Renewable Energy Holdings
    • Sde
    • Seabased Ab
    • Syncwave Systems, Inc.
    • Trident Energy, Ltd.
    • Wavebob
    • Wave Dragon
    • Wave Energy
    • Wavegen
    • Wave Star Energy
  • Chapter-13: Appendix 1
  • Appendix 1: Selected National Environment Ministries and Departments
    • Ministry of Environmental Protection The People's Republic of China (Mepc)
    • National Action Plan on Climate Change
    • Mep China
    • Mep Objectives and Targets
    • Key Areas and Main Tasks
    • Ministry of Environment and Forests India
    • Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) U.K.
    • Defra's Sustainable Development
    • Sdig Targets
    • Biodiversity
    • Sustainable Communities
    • Governance and Delivery
    • The Federal Environment Ministry Germany
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