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Top Ten Clean Technology Trends in 2011

Published By :

GBI Research

Published Date : Jan 2011

Category :

Clean Technology

No. of Pages : 95 Pages


GBI Research's new report, Top Ten Clean Technology Trends in 2011 provides key information and detailed insight into clean technology industry trends. It contains a detailed analysis on the major trends in various domains of the clean technology sector. It discusses the emergence of Lithium-ion and Nickel-metal Hydride battery technology in the advanced battery segment. 

The report analyses the impact of government regulations in the water and wastewater management industry, e-waste management industry, biofuel market, and renewable energy sector. The report also provides information on the emergence of green buildings to counter the threat of climate change and resource scarcity. It also discusses the emergence of carbon trading and the smart grid market. This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research's team of industry experts.

Scope

The report analyses market opportunities and challenges for clean technology industry in the global arena. Its scope includes - 

  • Qualitative analysis of market drivers, restraints and challenges for the clean technology industry in 2011.
  • Market analysis and key information on the predicted top ten trends in the clean technology industry in 2011 across a wide spectrum of industries that include energy generation, energy storage, energy infrastructure, energy efficiency, air, water, manufacturing/industrial, transportation, recycling & waste management, material management and agriculture.
  • Impact of the government policies and legislations on the top ten market trends in clean technology industry in 2011.

Reasons to buy

  • Exploit growth opportunities for investments in the wide range of clean technology industries.
  • Develop business strategies by understanding the trends and developments in the clean technology industry.
  • Devise market-entry and expansion strategies among the various clean technologies.
  • Make informed business decisions from the insightful and in-depth deal analysis for making investments in the various clean technology industries.
  • Identify the key players best positioned to take the advantages of the emerging market.
  • What's the next big thing in clean technology industry-identify, understand and capitalize.
Table of Content

1 Table of Contents

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 Introduction
2.1 Report Guidance

3 Lithium-Ion and Nickel-Metal Hybrid Batteries are Likely to Witness a Rise while Nickel-Cadmium Batteries Lag in 2011
3.1 Li-ion Battery share is Expected to increase at the Expense of Ni-MH Battery Share in the HEV Battery Market in 2011

4 E-Waste Recycling Rates will Continue to Rise in 2011, Driven by Strict Implementation of E-Waste Management Laws
4.1 Global E-Waste Recovery Market, 2005-2011
4.2 Global E-Waste Recovery Market Revenues Breakdown (%), By Material Stream Recovered, 2010

5 Tightening Wastewater Discharge Regulations to Stimulate the Growth of Membrane Based Systems in 2011
5.1 Global Wastewater Treatment and Recovery Membrane System Market Revenue, 2005-2011
5.2 Increasing Water Shortage and Technology Driven Cost Reduction is Expected to Drive the Desalination Market in 2011
5.3 Global Desalination Capacity, 2005-2011

6 Pro-Renewable Policies and Technological Advancements Assert High Attractiveness of the Renewable Energy Market
6.1 Global Renewable Energy Share in World Marketed Energy Mix to 2011
6.2 Technological Innovations in Wind Turbine Design and Government Incentives are Expected to Fuel Investments in the Wind Power Market
6.3 Increased Efficiency of Solar Panels and Introduction of Nanotechnology in the Solar Power Market is Expected to Increase the Installed Solar Photovoltaic Capacity in 2011
6.4 Global Hydropower Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2005-2011
6.5 Global Biomass Power Cumulative Installed Capacity, 2005-2011

7 Green Building is Expected to Strengten its Position as a Silver Bullet to Counter the Threats of Climate Change and Resource Scarcity in 2011
7.1 The Two-Pronged Strategy of Incentivizing Green Initiatives and Enforcing a Minimum Level of Standards Bodes Well for the Development of Green Buildings
7.2 Global Green Buildings Market, 2011
7.3 Economy Recovery is Expected to Have a Positive Ripple Effect on the Global Construction Market

8 Need to Reduce the Dependence on Foreign Oil Will Continue to Drive the Growth of the Hybrid Vehicle Market in 2011

8.1 Global Hybrid Electric Car Market by Volume, 2005-2011
8.2 US Hybrid Electric Car Sales Witnessing a Rise after Being Badly Affected by the Global Recession
8.3 Corporate Fleets are at the Forefront in Providing a Positive Example of Ecological Responsibility and Sustainable Practices in North America

9 Environmental Regulations, Renewable Fuel Standards and Mandates to Drive Investments in the Global Biofuels Market

9.1 Global Biofuel Production, On the Basis of Geography, 2005-2011
9.2 Global Biofuel Consumption, On the Basis of Geography, 2005-2011

10 Carbon Policy Initiatives to Drive the Global Carbon Trading Market
10.1 Kyoto Protocol, a Precursor of Emissions Trading Systems
10.2 Clean Development Mechanisms (CDM)
10.2.1 Joint Implementation (JI) and Assigned Amount Unit (AAU)
10.3 Secondary Project-Based Market: Instrument to Hedge Price Risk in the Primary Project-Based Market
10.4 Cap and Trade Mechanism
10.5 Global Carbon Trading Market to Reach $180 Billion Mark by 2011

11 Expansion Strategies will be Key for the Development of the Global Smart Grid Market
11.1 Private Equity / Venture Capital Investments in the Global Smart Grid Market are Likely to Increase in 2011
11.2 Asia-Pacific is Expected to Move up in the Global Smart Grid Market in 2011

12 Increasing Private Sector Investments are Expected to Trigger the Widespread Commercialization of Waste to Energy Technology in 2011
12.1 Major Factors Affecting the Waste to Energy Market
12.1.1 Improved Emission Controls
12.1.2 Eligibility for Tax Incentives and Carbon Credits
12.1.3 Landfill Legislations
12.2 Global Waste to Energy Revenue, 2005-2011

13 Appendix

13.1 About GBI Research
13.2 Abbreviations
13.3 Methodology
13.3.1 Coverage
13.3.2 Secondary Research
13.3.3 Primary Research
13.3.4 Expert Panel Validation
13.4 Contact Us
13.5 Disclaimer

List of Table


Table 1: Global Market Share of Advanced Battery Technologies, Percentage (%), 20102011 10
Table 2: Lithium-ion Battery Market, Global, Analysis on the Basis of Application, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, By Value ($m), 20092011 11
Table 3: Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery Market, Global, Analysis on the Basis of Application, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, By Value ($m), 20092011 12
Table 4: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, ($bn), 20052011 15
Table 5: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, By Geography, 2010 16
Table 6: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, By Material Streams Recovered, 2010 17
Table 7: Wastewater Treatment Market, Global, Water Schemes 19
Table 8: Water Management and Control Regulations, China 19
Table 9: Wastewater Treatment Market, Europe, Key Countries Regulations 20
Table 10: Wastewater Treatment and Recovery Market, Global, Revenue ($bn), 20052011 22
Table 11: Desalination Market, Membrane Desalination, Cumulative Contracted Capacity (million m

List of Chart


Figure 1: Global Market Share of Advanced Battery Technologies, Percentage (%), 20102011 10
Figure 2: Lithium-ion Battery Market, Global, Analysis on the Basis of Application, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, By Value ($m), 20092011 11
Figure 3: Nickel-Metal Hydride Battery Market, Global, Analysis on the Basis of Application, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, By Value ($m), 20092011 12
Figure 4: Recycling Rate of Key E-waste Recycling Countries, 2010 13
Figure 5: E-waste Management Laws, Global, 2010 14
Figure 6: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, ($bn), 20052011 15
Figure 7: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, By Geography, 2010 16
Figure 8: E-Waste Recovery, Global, Revenue, By Material Streams Recovered, 2010 17
Figure 9: Wastewater Treatment and Recovery Market, Global, Regulations, 2010 18
Figure 10: Wastewater Treatment and Recovery Membrane System Market, Global, Revenue ($bn), 20052011 21
Figure 11: Desalination Market, Membrane Desalination, Cumulative Contracted Capacity (million m

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