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Commercial Combined Heat and Power (CHP): Global Markets to 2022

  • Published Date: 23 Nov 2017
  • Number of Pages: 150
  • Category: Energy and Utilities
  • Country: Global
Summary

The commercial combined heat and power (CHP) market is increasing modestly with an expected compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.2% from 2017 through 2022. The market is segmented on the basis of end-use sector, fuel, technology and region. The major factors driving the CHP market across the globe include the demand for energy conservation, cohesive government policies, high efficiency and technological advancement. High initial cost may affect the market growth, however, rising environmental concern, rising demand for energy and favorable government policies are expected to boost the market in the near future. Cost effectiveness and capability to increase overall operational
efficiency are major motivators of the commercial CHP market.

It is estimated that around two-thirds of the energy used to generate electricity is wasted in the form of heat discharged to the atmosphere and there is considerable energy loss in the distribution of electricity to the end users. On the other hand, CHP has the potential to provide efficiencies of around 60% to 80% compared with 40% to 50% for conventional technologies. As a result, there is imminent demand for CHP technologies across the globe. The on-site electricity generation effectively captures the wasted heat to provide useful thermal energy such as steam or hot water that can be used for space heating, cooling, industrial processes and domestic hot water.

CHP is widely adopted by major hospitals, schools, university campuses, hotels, nursing homes, office buildings and apartment complexes to save on energy costs, increase energy reliability and cut carbon emissions. In 2012, commercial buildings and institutional applicants represented 13% of CHP systems in the U.S. In 2016, the U.S. government set a target to produce 40 gigawatts (GW) of new, cost-effective CHP by 2020, which is estimated to provide manufacturers and companies savings of $10 billion each year in energy costs. Capital investment in plants and facilities is expected to rise in the near future. Additionally, the CHP market will enable the reduction of carbon pollution by 150 million metric tons
(Mt), which is estimated to be the emissions of more than 25 million cars. It has ecofriendly attributes and may reduce carbon emissions by an estimated 25% to 30% as compared with conventional systems.

The end-use application sector will grow at a modest rate of 5.2% during the forecast period with a major contribution from industrial and commercial sectors. The commercial and district energy end-user sector is expected to grow at the highest CAGR of 6.6% during the forecast period. District energy refers to the combination of electricity, steam, heating, or cooling at a central plant and with a distribution of energy to a network of nearby buildings. This encourages managers of individual buildings to get connected to the network in order to avoid the need to install and maintain their own boilers, furnaces, chillers, or air conditioners, thus saving on capital and maintenance costs.

The CHP systems are available for all type of the fuels and applications. CHP application and fueling are greatly depend on the country and the energy producer. North America and China uses coal in industrial applications while France uses gas as its main fuel for CHP. In Russia, a higher share of electricity generation is with CHP. Other major countries are also adopting CHP for electricity generation to reduce carbon emissions. The CHP systems are preferred by consumers in all the geographies as the consumers pay less energy costs with increased energy efficiency from this system. American companies and manufacturers could potentially save around $10 billion by 2020 with the use of CHP systems.
Publisher Name : BCC Research

Chapter 1 Introduction
Study Goals and Objectives
Reasons for Doing This Study
Scope of Report
Information Sources
Methodology
Geographic Breakdown
Analysts Credentials
Related BCC Research Reports
Chapter 2 Summary and Highlights
Chapter 3 Market and Technology Background
Abundant Supply and Low Price of Natural Gas in the U.S.
Progressive Government Policies
Energy Sector Analysis
Renewable Sources
Nonrenewable Sources of Energy
Chapter 4 Market Breakdown by End-use Sector
Industrial
Commercial
District Energy CHP
Chapter 5 Market Breakdown by Technology
Combined Cycle Technology
Reciprocating Engine Technology
Steam Turbine Technology
Gas Turbine Technology
Others
Micro-CHP Technology
Chapter 6 Market Breakdown by Equipment
Gas and Steam Turbines
Generator Sets
Energy Storage Systems
Steam Boilers
Fuel Feed Systems
Emission Controls
Control Systems
Chapter 7 Market Breakdown by Fuel
Oil
Natural Gas
Coal
Biomass
Others
Chapter 8 Market Breakdown by Region
North America
United States
Canada
Europe
Germany
France
United Kingdom
Asia-Pacific
Renewable Energy
Japan
China
India
Rest of the World
ROW CO2 Emissions
District Cooling in the Middle East
Brazil
South Africa
Chapter 9 Company Profiles
2G ENERGY AG
ABB LTD.
AEGIS ENERGY SERVICES INC.
AISIN SEIKI CO. LTD.
AMERESCO INC.
BALLARD POWER SYSTEMS
BDR THERMEA GROUP BV
BOSCH THERMOTECHNIK GMBH
CAPSTONE TURBINE CORP.
CATERPILLAR ENERGY SOLUTIONS GMBH
CERES POWER HOLDINGS PLC
CENTRAX GAS TURBINE
CLARKE ENERGY LTD.
CONSTELLATION ENERGY
CUMMINS POWER GENERATION
DOOSAN FUEL CELL AMERICA
DRESSER-RAND
E.ON SE
EDINA LTD.
ELITE ENERGY SYSTEMS LLC
ENER-G HOLDINGS PLC
FG WILSON
FLEXENERGY INC.
FUELCELL ENERGY
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.
HELEN LTD.
HONDA POWER
HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL
INTELLIGENT POWER INC.
MITSUBISHI HITACHI POWER SYSTEMS LTD.
MTU ONSITE ENERGY
MWM GMBH
NATIONAL TRIGENERATION CHP CO. (NTTC)
QNERGY
SIEMENS AG
SOLID POWER
TECOGEN INC.
TEDOM AS
VAILLANT GROUP
VEOLIA ENVIRONNEMENT SA
WARTSILA
YANMAR CO. LTD.

List Of Tables

List of Tables
Summary Table : Global Market for CHP Systems, by End-use Sector, Through 2022
Table 1 : Advantages and Benefits of CHP Systems
Table 2 : Asia-Pacific Primary CHP Demand, by Region, 2010-2035
Table 3 : Comparison of Primary Energy Consumption over the Past 10 Years, by Type, 2005-2015
Table 4 : Top Coal Producing Countries, 2014 and 2015
Table 5 : Global Oil Demand, by Region, 2014-2020
Table 6 : Global Natural Gas Data, by Region, 2015
Table 7 : Top Global Uranium Producers, by Country, 2014
Table 8 : Successful Implementation of CHP Systems in Industrial Facilities
Table 9 : Properties of Industrial CHP
Table 10 : Case Study
Table 11 : Global Market for Industrial CHP, by Region, Through 2022
Table 12 : Successful Implementation of CHP Systems in Commercial Facilities
Table 13 : Properties of Commercial CHP
Table 14 : Case Study
Table 15 : Global Market for Commercial CHP, by Region, Through 2022
Table 16 : Successful Implementation of CHP Systems in District Energy Facilities
Table 17 : Properties of a District Energy CHP System
Table 18 : Case Study
Table 19 : Global Market for District Energy CHP, by Region, Through 2022
Table 20 : Global Market for Combined Cycle Technology, by Region, Through 2022
Table 21 : Features of Reciprocating Engine Technology
Table 22 : Global Market for Reciprocating Engine Technology, by Region, Through 2022
Table 23 : Design Characteristics of Steam Turbines
Table 24 : Global Market for Steam Turbines, by Region, Through 2022
Table 25 : Design Characteristics of Gas Turbine Technology
Table 26 : Global Market for Gas Turbine Technology, by Region, Through 2022
Table 27 : Global Market for Gas Turbines, by Capacity, Through 2022
Table 28 : Global Market for 36 MW Gas Turbines, by Region, Through 2022
Table 29 : Performance Characteristics of Micro-CHP Systems and Fuel Cell Technology
Table 30 : Comparative Analysis of Steam and Gas Turbines
Table 31 : Global Market for Steam and Gas Turbines, by Region, Through 2022
Table 32 : Global Market for Generator Sets, by Region, Through 2022
Table 33 : Global Market for Energy Storage Systems, by Region, Through 2022
Table 34 : Global Market for Steam Boilers, by Region, Through 2022
Table 35 : Global Market for Fuel Feed Systems, by Region, Through 2022
Table 36 : Global Market for Emission Control Systems, by Region, Through 2022
Table 37 : Global Market for Control Systems, by Region, Through 2022
Table 38 : Global Market for Oil-based CHP, by Region, Through 2022
Table 39 : Global Market for Natural Gas-based CHP, by Region, Through 2022
Table 40 : Global Market for Coal-based CHP, by Region, Through 2022
Table 41 : Global Market for Biomass-based CHP, by Region, Through 2022
Table 42 : Global Market for Other Fuel-based CHP, by Region, Through 2022
Table 43 : North American CHP Market, by End-use Sector, Through 2022
Table 44 : North American CHP Market, by Technology, Through 2022
Table 45 : North American CHP Market, by Country, Through 2022
Table 46 : Installed CHP Capacity in the U.S.
Table 47 : Energy Saving Potential by End-use Application
Table 48 : European CHP Market, by End-use Sector, Through 2022
Table 49 : European CHP Market, by Technology, Through 2022
Table 50 : European CHP Market, by Country, Through 2022
Table 51 : Energy Consumption, by Industry Sector, 2010-2015
Table 52 : Asia-Pacific CHP Market, by End-use Sector, Through 2022
Table 53 : Asia-Pacific CHP Market, by Technology, Through 2022
Table 54 : Asia-Pacific CHP Market, by Country, Through 2022
Table 55 : CHP Potential in India in Select Industry Sectors
Table 56 : Electricity Demand in India, by Application Sector, 2000-2040
Table 57 : Rest of the World CHP Market, by End-use Sector, Through 2022
Table 58 : Rest of the World CHP Market, by Technology, Through 2022
Table 59 : Forecast of CO2 Emissions in the ROW, by Application Sector, 2030
Table 60 : 2G Energys Product Portfolio
Table 61 : 2G Energys Recent Activities
Table 62 : ABBs Product Portfolio
Table 63 : ABBs Recent Activities
Table 64 : Aegis Energy Product Portfolio
Table 65 : Aegis Energy Recent Activities
Table 66 : Aisin Seikis Product Portfolio
Table 67 : Amerescos Product Portfolio
Table 68 : Amerescos Recent Activities
Table 69 : Ballard Power Systems Product Portfolio
Table 70 : Ballard Power Systems Recent Activities
Table 71 : BDR Thermeas Product Portfolio
Table 72 : Bosch Thermotechniks Product Portfolio
Table 73 : Bosch Thermotechniks Recent Activities
Table 74 : Capstone Turbines Product Portfolio
Table 75 : Capstone Turbines Recent Activities
Table 76 : Caterpillar Energy Solutions Product Portfolio
Table 77 : Ceres Powers Product Portfolio
Table 78 : Ceres Powers Recent Activities
Table 79 : Centrax Products Portfolio
Table 80 : Clarke Energys Product Portfolio
Table 81 : Clarke Energys Recent Activities
Table 82 : Constellation Energys Product Portfolio
Table 83 : Constellation Energys Recent Activities
Table 84 : Cummins Powers Generation Product Portfolio
Table 85 : Doosan Fuel Cell Americas Product Portfolio
Table 86 : Doosan Fuel Cell Americas Recent Activities
Table 87 : Dresser-Rand Groups Product Portfolio
Table 88 : Dresser-Rand Groups Recent Activities
Table 89 : E.ONs Product Portfolio
Table 90 : E.ONs Recent Activities
Table 91 : Edinas Product Portfolio
Table 92 : Elite Energy Systems Product Portfolio
Table 93 : ENER-Gs Product Portfolio
Table 94 : ENER-Gs Recent Activities
Table 95 : FG Wilsons Product Portfolio
Table 96 : Flexenergy Energy Systems Product Portfolio
Table 97 : Flexenergy Energy Systems Recent Activities
Table 98 : FuelCell Energys Product Portfolio
Table 99 : General Electrics Product Portfolio
Table 100 : Helens Product Portfolio
Table 101 : Honda Powers Product Portfolio
Table 102 : Honeywells International Product Portfolio
Table 103 : Intelligent Powers Product Portfolio
Table 104 : Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Product Portfolio
Table 105 : Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Recent Activities
Table 106 : MTU Onsite Energys Product Portfolio
Table 107 : MWMs Product Portfolio
Table 108 : MWMs Recent Activities
Table 109 : NTTCs Product Portfolio
Table 110 : Qnergys Product Portfolio
Table 111 : Qnergys Recent Activities
Table 112 : Siemens Product Portfolio
Table 113 : Siemens Recent Activities
Table 114 : Solid Powers Product Portfolio
Table 115 : Solid Powers Recent Activities
Table 116 : Tecogens Product Portfolio
Table 117 : Tecogens Recent Activities
Table 118 : Tedoms Product Portfolio
Table 119 : Vaillant Groups Product Portfolio
Table 120 : Veolias Recent Activities
Table 121 : Wartsilas Product Portfolio
Table 122 : Wartsilas Recent Activities
Table 123 : Yanmars Product Portfolio
Table 124 : Yanmars Recent Activities

List Of Figures

List of Figures
Summary Figure : Global Market for CHP Systems, by End-use Sector, 2016-2022
Figure 1 : U.S. Natural Gas Gross Withdrawal and Production, 2005-2016
Figure 2 : U.S. Annual Average Natural Gas Price, 2004-2016
Figure 3 : Comparison of the Efficiency of a Traditional System vs a CHP System
Figure 4 : Asia-Pacific Primary CHP Demand, by Region, 2010-2035
Figure 5 : Global Distribution of Primary Energy Consumption, by Source, 2015
Figure 6 : Types of Renewable Energy
Figure 7 : Global Distribution of Installed Hydropower Capacity, by Region, 2015
Figure 8 : Global Distribution of Installed Solar Power Capacity, by Region, 2015
Figure 9 : Global Distribution of Installed Wind Power Capacity, by Region, 2015
Figure 10 : Classification of Nonrenewable Energy Sources
Figure 11 : Comparison of Primary Energy Consumption over the Past 10 Years, by Type
Figure 12 : Top Coal Producing Countries, 2014 and 2015
Figure 13 : Coal Fired Power Generation, 2014
Figure 14 : Number of Global Nuclear Reactors, by Country, 2017
Figure 15 : Net Electricity Capacity, by Country, 2017
Figure 16 : Total Installed Capacity of Industrial CHP, 2016-2022
Figure 17 : Global Industrial CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 18 : Total Installed Capacity of Commercial CHP, 2016-2022
Figure 19 : Global Commercial CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 20 : Total Installed Capacity of District Energy CHP, 2016-2022
Figure 21 : Global District Energy CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 22 : Total Installed Capacity of Combined Cycle Technology, 2016-2022
Figure 23 : Global Combined Cycle CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 24 : Total Installed Capacity of Reciprocating Engine Technology, 2016-2022
Figure 25 : Global Reciprocating Engine CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 26 : Total Installed Capacity of Steam Turbines, 2016-2022
Figure 27 : Global Steam Turbine CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 28 : Total Installed Capacity of Gas Turbine Technology, 2016-2022
Figure 29 : Global Gas Turbine CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 30 : Total Installed Capacity of Oil-based CHP, 2016-2022
Figure 31 : Oil-based CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 32 : Total Installed Capacity of Natural Gas-based CHP, 2016-2022
Figure 33 : Global Natural Gas-based CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 34 : Total Installed Capacity of Coal-based CHP, 2016-2022
Figure 35 : Global Coal-based CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 36 : Total Installed Capacity of Biomass-based CHP, 2016-2022
Figure 37 : Global Biomass-based CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 38 : Total Installed Capacity of Other Fuels-based CHP, 2016-2022
Figure 39 : Global Other Fuel-based CHP Installations, 2016-2022
Figure 40 : Electricity Production from Coal Sources, 2010-2014
Figure 41 : Distribution of U.S. Energy Consumption, by Energy Source, 2016
Figure 42 : Distribution of Existing CHP Capacity in the U.S., by Industry Sector, 2016
Figure 43 : Distribution of Total Primary Energy Consumption in the U.S., by Industry Sector, 2016
Figure 44 : Canadian CHP Capacity, 2005-2030
Figure 45 : Distribution of the Production of Canadian Energy, by Industry Sector, 2016
Figure 46 : Canadian Greenhouse Gas Emissions, 2010-2015
Figure 47 : Distribution of European Energy Consumption, by Industry Sector, 2015
Figure 48 : Energy Source and Relative Share of the Energy Generation Mix in Europe, 2015
Figure 49 : Distribution of German Primary Energy Consumption, by Energy Source, 2016
Figure 50 : Electricity Generation from CHP in Germany, 2010-2014
Figure 51 : Frances Energy Consumption 2012-2016
Figure 52 : Electricity Generation from CHP in France, 2010-2014
Figure 53 : Coal Consumption in the U.K., 2010-2016
Figure 54 : Distribution of Electricity Generation from CHP in the United Kingdom, 2010-2014
Figure 55 : Energy Consumption, by Industry Sector, 2010-2015
Figure 56 : Distribution of CHP Electrical Capacity, by Industry Sector, 2015
Figure 57 : Distribution of Renewable Energy Consumption in Asia-Pacific, by Country, 2011-2014
Figure 58 : Distribution of Electricity Production from Nuclear Sources, 2010-2015
Figure 59 : Distribution of Industrial Applications of CHP in Japan, by Industry Sector, 2015
Figure 60 : Distribution of Commercial Applications of CHP in Japan, by Type of Facility, 2015
Figure 61 : CHP Installed Capacity in Japan, 2015, 2020 and 2030
Figure 62 : Japans Total Energy Consumption, 2015
Figure 63 : China CHP Technical Potential, 2030
Figure 64 : Distribution of Total Energy Consumption in China, by Fuel Type, 2015
Figure 65 : Estimated Current and Projected Industrial Energy Consumption in India, by Application Sector, 2013 and 2040
Figure 66 : Distribution of Renewable Power, by Type, 2016
Figure 67 : Electricity Demand in India, by Application Sector, 2000-2040
Figure 68 : Distribution of Electricity Production in the Middle East, by Energy Source, 2014
Figure 69 : Energy Consumption in the Middle East, by Application Sector, 2014
Figure 70 : Brazils Investment in Energy with Private Participation, 2013-2016
Figure 71 : Distribution of Primary Energy Consumption in South Africa, by Source, 2015
Figure 72 : RoW Market for Combined Cycle CHP, 2016-2022

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