"Energy Retrofits for Commercial and Public Buildings: Global Markets" provides: An overview of the global markets for energy retrofits for commercial and public buildings; Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2014, 2015, and projections of CAGRs through 2020; Coverage of how the growth of public buildings and private commercial buildings is likely to affect building energy consumption in different regions of the world; Various energy retrofit technologies and assesses their emissions reduction potential.
The scope of this report is intentionally wide. We cover the major sources of renewable energy as primary fuels—hydroelectric, wind, solar, geothermal and oceanic sources (wave, tidal and thermal) and liquid biofuels for transportation. There is no shortage in the marketplace of reports on each of these sources. However, what existing reports lack and what this report is intended to provide is a global perspective that places each source in a relevant context for decision makers in both the public and private sectors.
The report covers the global market for technologies used in the production, storage and distribution of hydrogen; its conversion to other forms of energy or direct consumption as a fuel; and miscellaneous other types of hydrogen-related technology, such as hydrogen sensors.
High temperature energy storage (HiTES) are both thermal and chemical in nature and are used in a range of applications including grid load levelling, integration of renewable energies and stationary storage, among others. The HiTES market comprises three primary battery chemistries including NaS (Sodium-Sulfur), NaMx (Sodium Metal Halide), and Molten Salt Storage. Superior attributes of HiTES technologies over other energy storage options include significantly low CAPEX and longer life cycle that exceeds 25 years. This report analyzes the Global market for High Temperature Energy Storage (HiTES) in US$ Million by the following Battery Chemistries: Molten Salt, NaS (Sodium Sulfur), and NaMx (Sodium Metal Halide). Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2013 through 2020. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.
Distributed generation, also termed as Embedded Generation, refers to small-to-medium scale modular power generation plants that are embedded into the distribution network at a point closer to the site of consumption. The electric power industry worldwide is fast realizing the vast potential of distributed power generation as a Game Changer technology that is providing the much needed resiliency over the traditional centralized electric grid. Distributed generation has emerged as a perfect solution for the rapidly growing demand for cost effective electricity. Superior attributes of distribution generation (DG) driving widespread adoption include lower CAPEX; improved electric power security, reliability and quality; and a versatile source of standby power, emergency power, peak power, or lower-cost power. Small households, rural communities, large commercial buildings, and industrial facilities represent few of the many application areas where distributed generation is finding increasing deployments supported by its techno-commercial viability. This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Distributed Generation (DG) in US$ Million and Annual Capacity Installations (in Megawatts). The Global and regional markets are further analyzed in terms of Annual Capacity Installations (in Megawatts) by the following Technologies: Renewable Technologies, and Others.
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