Biogas Market in North America to witness robust expansion by 2025

North America biogas market forecast will be empowered with the growing demand for renewable energy technologies and the need to curb rising GHG emissions. The governments are introducing several stringent policies and rules to reduce carbon emissions in the region.

Residential and commercial consumers are increasingly demanding effective ways to manage daily waste, thereby increasing the adoption of biogas plants. These plants are capable of converting waste into fuel and can offer combined heat and power to help the factories carry out their daily activities. These factors will stimulate the use of biogas plants in the region.

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Biogas market in North America share from energy crop substrate will grow at a substantial rate due to its various advantages, such as low investment costs, swift production of biogas, and high energy density. Energy crop-based biogas plants widely use a mixture of maize and manure as it is highly affordable as compared to other feedstocks. Since the authorities are showing their support to the generation and supply of clean energy, the adoption of energy crop-based biogas plants will grow in the region.

Organic waste is yet another substrate that will be highly used in biogas plants across North America. Consumers in the region are demanding innovative solutions and methods to overcome the problem of waste disposal and management. Moreover, the companies are increasing their focus on generating biogas with the help of biodegradable waste, which will foster the demand for organic waste substrates in biogas plants.

Biogas plants with less than 500 kW capacity will see the high installation in North America as they are receiving consistent investments from both the residential and commercial sectors. The demand for using sustainable energy sources to generate power is growing among consumers to reduce their carbon footprint. The regional administration is taking efforts to decentralize the traditional power plant systems, thereby augmenting the use of biogas plants with less than 500 kW capacity.

North America biogas market size from anaerobic digestion process will register a notable CAGR up to 2025 on account of the rising need from end-users to conserve the agricultural land. On the other hand, the amount of waste generated from slaughterhouses, animal farms, food processing sectors, and other sources is growing every year.

Anaerobic digestion process will play an important role in breaking down the organic matter that will ultimately produce biogas. This process helps in producing energy independently and improves the overall health of the soil to a great extent.

U.S. biogas market share is expected to grow at an appreciable pace as the government is focusing on developing innovative techniques to produce energy from renewable sources. Moreover, the cost of biogas is steadily reducing. According to a 2018 report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the country registered addition of 787 MW of biogas capacity from 2009 to 2018.

The overall standard of living of the population is improving, thereby fueling the need to have an economical and sustainable waste management system. The government is launching various initiatives, such as the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and the Four R’s Approach. These factors will enhance the installation of biogas plants in the country.

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North America biogas market forecast is expected to showcase progress as well-known organizations, including EnviTec Biogas AG, Agrinz Technologies GmbH, Viessmann Group, CH4 Biogas, ENGIE S.A., and PlanET Biogas Global GmbH, among others are using substrates, such as organic waste, energy crops, sewage sludge and others to produce biogas in their plants.

They are using various processes, including landfill, anaerobic digestion, and pyrolysis & gasification to produce biogas in plant sizes ranging from less than 500 kW, 500 kW – 3 MW, and above 3 MW. Biogas will find high application across industrial, residential, and commercial sectors in the region.

Table of Contents (ToC) of the report:

Chapter 1.       Methodology and Scope

1.1.           Methodology

1.2.           Market definitions

1.3.           Market estimates and forecast parameters

1.4.           Data sources

1.4.1.        Primary

1.4.2.        Secondary           Paid sources           Public sources

Chapter 2.       Executive Summary

2.1.           North America Biogas market 360o synopsis, 2014 – 2025

Chapter 3.       North America Biogas Market Insights

3.1.           Industry segmentation

3.2.           Industry landscape, 2014 – 2025

3.3.           Industry ecosystem analysis

3.3.1.        Vendor matrix

3.4.           Innovation & sustainability

3.5.           Regulatory landscape

3.6.           Industry impact forces

3.6.1.        Growth drivers

3.6.2.        Industry pitfalls & challenges

3.7.           Growth potential analysis

3.8.           Porter’s analysis

3.9.           Competitive landscape, 2019

3.9.1.        Strategy dashboard

3.10.         PESTEL analysis

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