The Europe biogas market value surpassed USD 3 billion in 2018 and annual capacity addition is anticipated to exceed 1 GW by 2025 as shifting trends toward utilization of clean energy resources will propel the industry growth.
Sellbyville, DE -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/26/2019 -- Europe biogas market is set to witness strong growth on account of growing focus toward decarbonizing the energy sector supported by a multitude of legislative schemes and policies. The EU Directive 2009/28/EC establishes common legislative framework concerning the use of energy from renewable sources with an objective to minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Increased production and use of biogas to support the circular economy and renewable energy mix will stimulate the industry growth in the region.
Europe organic waste biogas market is set to witness gains over 14% by 2025. Organic waste includes food waste, paper waste, slaughterhouse waste and other biodegradable waste generated from the various sources. Rising waste generation from urban centers coupled with shifting trends toward resource recovery will propel the industry growth in coming years.
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Anaerobic Digestion (AD), in 2018, accounted for over 70% of the Europe biogas market revenue. The process involves production of biogas in anaerobic digesters through the fermentation of agricultural waste, energy crops and manure. Introduction of renewable energy directives and favorable schemes has resulted in growing installation of AD based biogas plants.
Energy crops-based biogas market was valued over USD 1 billion in 2018. Maize is one of the most prominent feedstocks which is utilized for the generation of electricity and heat from the biogas plants. Reduced investment and high energy density are some of the prominent features which make energy crops as one of the most favorable resources for the biogas production.
Ongoing regulatory reforms to encourage the adoption of bioenergy along with rapid industrialization will propel the anaerobic digestion market share. Carbon tax, direct subsidies, tax rebates, feed in tariff, financial assistance and renewable portfolio standards are some of the incentives which will boost the product penetration over the forecast timeframe. In 2013, Government of France introduced feed-in-tariff including a rebate worth 0.14 to 0.25 USD/kWhe for AD plants and 1.03 to 0.17 USD/kWhe for landfills.
Germany biogas market is set to witness strong growth on account of supportive regulatory schemes toward utilization of biogas for electricity production. In 2017, the government of Germany introduced Renewable Energy Sources Act which aims toward prioritizing renewable based electricity generation. Easy availability of feed stock coupled with declining cost of biogas production technologies will further enhance the industry growth.
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The UK biogas market is set to witness growth of over 10% by 2025. Ongoing shift toward green economy in conjunction with rising investments toward waste recycling and energy recovery will fuel the industry growth. Government supported investment programs and feed-in-tariff schemes will further enhance the business landscape in coming years.
Key participants in Europe biogas market includes EnviTech, Schmack, IES Biogas, Agrinz Technologies, Agraferm Technologies AG, BDI- Bioenergy International, CH4 Biogas, Weltec, BTS-biogas, Scandinavian Biogas Fuels International, Krieg & Fischer Ingenieure, Zorg Biogas, AgriCapital, Gasum, PlanET Biogastechnik, Biogas System.