Research and Market's publishes report on future potential of the cogeneration market in North Asia, Southeast Asia and Australia and New Zealand (ANZ)
Cogeneration, also known as combined heat and power (CHP) plants is a mature technology and different prime movers of various capacities and designs are easily available in the market across all regions. Because of cost advantage, there are innumerous industries concentrated in the Asia Pacific region in which cogeneration technologies can be installed. Government policies, power sector status, pricing mechanism for private power producers, availability of fuels, local
investment climate and role of private sector in industrial development determines the level of success in adopting cogeneration. Sustained interest and continuous investments in this market benefits both the economy and environment. Degree of cogeneration development and awareness level varies widely between coun tries in the region. Each country has its own strategy and target to mitigate carbon dioxide levels. Moreover, the level of commitment in implementing these measures differ from country to country.
This research service covers the current state and future potential of the cogeneration market in North Asia, Southeast Asia and Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) analyzing the major market segments – industrial and commercial, in detail. Besides, in-depth analysis of key technologies, market trends, capacity distribution between prime movers, market share analysis, value chain analysis, capital cost analysis and customer demand trends is provided. Prime movers covered in the study includes gas turbines, gas engines, and steam turbines and boilers. Policies and regulations by country is provided. The study period is from 2006 to 2016, with base year 2009 and forecast period from 2010 to 2016.
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