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Analysis of the Brazilian Combined Heat and Power Market from Biomass Source http://www.reportlinker.com/p01027103/Analysis-of-the-Brazilian-Combined-Heat-and-Power-Market-from-Biomass-Source.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Renewable_energyThis market research covers the Brazilian combined heat and power market from biomass sources. With the biofuels market growing in Brazil, the potential to generate electricity from byproducts of industrial processes has grown as well; this is the case of the sugar and ethanol market. Many ethanol producers utilize combined heat and power technologies to supply their own electrical demands. This has created the opportunity to diversify its sources of revenue, since most sugar cane processing plants have the capability to generate and sell excess power to the grid; consequently, reducing operational risks and serving as a second source of revenue.
Executive Summary•The combined heat power (CHP) generation in the sugar and ethanol industry will reach more than xxmega watts (MW) by 2016—an increase of xxpercent. •Regulatory issues and the attractiveness of energy prices must be addressed before entering the CHP with sugar and ethanol market. •Competitive factors will drive down the prices of CHP generated by sugarcane bagasse nearly xxpercent by 2014. •The automotive industry, which will count on a fleet of nearly xxpercent flex-fuel vehicles by 2017, will contribute to the growth of the market. •Many companies are still skeptical of investing in the market due to climate issues and bottlenecks within the production process.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 4Market Overview 8Total Combined Heat and Power Market from Biomass Source -•External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints 17•Forecast and Trends 27•Market Share and Competitive Analysis 37The Last Word (Conclusions and Implications) 45Appendix 48To order this report:: Analysis of the Brazilian Combined Heat and Power Market from Biomass Source __________________________Contact Clare: email@example.comUS:(339) 368 6001Intl:+1 339 368 6001 SOURCE Reportlinker