World Waste-to-Energy Market to Enjoy Stable Growth through 2026, Forecasts Inkwood Research in Its Discounted Study Available at MarketPublishers.com
14 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Steadily depleting conventional energy resources has encouraged the uptake in exploration of methods to derive reusable energy from waste materials. In this wake, the demand in the world’s waste-to-energy (WTE) market has considerably gained momentum during the recent past.
Through to 2026, the global WTE market is projected to witness stable growth at a 6.1% CAGR.
Basing on technologies, the dominance in the WTE market belongs to the thermal WTE technologies, that are growing in popularity worldwide. However, with the introduction of some advanced techniques, the biological WTE technologies sector is predicted to increase faster through 2026.
During the past few year, the APAC region has emerged as a major hub for WTE technologies; this regional market attracts numerous investors. However, the European market for WTE outpaced all other regional markets in 2016.
Cutting-edge research study “GLOBAL WASTE TO ENERGY MARKET FORECAST 2017-2026” worked out by Inkwood Research is currently available at a special discounted price at MarketPublishers.com.
This topical report includes an all-round analysis of the WTE market performance, dynamics and trends at different geographical levels; uncovers top-quality quantitative and qualitative market data, investigates the present scenario and covers the historical development patterns. Moreover, this research publication resents an in-depth overview of the major market segments with vital details on their shares, growth challenges and opportunities, and growth rates, etc. Important data on the leading companies operating in the WTE market and a close look at the competitive scene are also provided in this report. In addition, a comprehensive future outlook including detailed forecasts through 2026 is offered here, too.
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