Reportlinker has introduced its new report titled, ‘Biomass Energy Market in China’.
The last few years have seen an increase in development in the biomass energy market of China attributed to the increasing focus on energy reservation. Presently, however, inadequate grain feedstock supply and technology bottlenecks are two of the major impediments to biomass energy products development, such as biopower production, biomass gas, solid biofuel and liquid biofuel.
China’s rapid economic development would in turn drive energy demand. As the availability of fossil fuels has not been plentiful; the nation would have to develop biomass energy. China has a rich supply of biomass resources including corn cob and wheat/rice straw. In order to facilitate the biomass energy industry’s sustainable development, the government of China has introduced policies to set long and medium target for every biomass energy product.
This report by Reportliner sketches a picture of China’s present situation, biomass energy potential and barriers for future development. The report provides feedstock information and its production condition, consumption situation, future forecast and marketing channels among others.
The topics covered include: Development environment of China's biomass market; Summary of China's bio-power market; Biomass co-firing power generation; and Refuse incineration power generation.
Tables covered include: Utilization of different biomass energy products in China; Supply & demand situation of wheat in China, 2004~2009 (million tonnes); and Economic benefit comparison of alcohols production using different raw materials in China, 2009.
Figures covered include: Corn planting distribution in main provinces and main fuel ethanol producers using corn in China; Consumption volume of corn by application field in China, 2004~2009 (million tonnes); and Flowchart of fuel ethanol production process in China.