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The Future of Clean Technology Markets to 2020 - Market Forecasts, Deal Analysis and Investment Opportunities Global Warming Concerns and Rising Energy Demand asserts High Attractiveness of Clean Technology Industry Concern over rising environmental pollution and Green House Gases (GHGs) that result in global warming has been at the forefront of driving the clean technology industry. Global carbon dioxide, or CO2, emissions increased from 27.6 billion metric tons in 2004 to 30.3 billion metric tons in 2008. This increase was primarily due to the increased use of fossil fuels and rising energy demands. Global CO2 emissions are projected to reach 31.0 billion metric tons in 2010, 35.4 billion metric tons in 2020 and 40.4 billion metric tonnes in 2030 — an increase of 30% during 2010–2030. In addition, global energy consumption is expected to reach 13,780 Million Tons of Oil Equivalent (Mtoe) by 2020 and 16,265 Mtoe by 2030 — an increase of 42% by 2030 over 2009 levels. Rising global energy demand is giving way to the development of renewable energy and clean technology sources. For more information please click or add the below link to your browser: y Global Renewable Energy Generation Market Accounts for half of the clean technology investments in 2009 In 2009, the renewable energy generation sector accounted for 50% of the number of overall clean technology deals. The global renewable energy sector is composed of several distinct technologies that include solar, wind, geothermal, biopower and others. Political, economic and environmental factors coupled with energy security and independence concerns are driving the market demand for renewable energy. The volatile price of conventional energy sources and the high dependence of several countries on foreign energy sources are also contributing. Favorable government policies and subsidies for renewable energy generation are attracting investment flow into this area. GBI Research is confident of the enormous investment potential of renewable energy sources in the forecast period. Among all the clean technology sectors, agriculture reported the minimum number of investments. Industry experts, in their interviews with GBI Research, suggested that the solutions to mitigate the agricultural climate change footprint are available but that the methods to successfully implement them are yet to be discovered. The concerns for food security, unfavorable climatic conditions, rising populations and energy independence will promote clean technology investments.

For more information please click or add the below link to your browser: y Solar Thermal Market will experience significant growth in the forecast period 2010– 2020 The global solar thermal market is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 39.2% during 2010-2020, to reach a cumulative installed capacity of 24,114 MW (Megawatt) by 2020. The opening up of the US market with generous financial packages is expected to boost solar thermal uptake. However, the revised tariffs in the Spanish market are expected to limit capacity addition in the future in the country. Industry experts, in their interviews with GBI Research, support the huge growth potential of the solar thermal market. They believe that the global solar thermal market will capture a significant market share in the renewables sector in the forecast period. The multi MW installation capacities and higher efficiency levels of solar thermal power will make them a lucrative investment. GBI Research’s new report, “The Future of Clean Technology Markets to 2020 - Market Forecasts, Deal Analysis and Investment Opportunities” provides the key information and analysis on the market opportunities in the clean technology industry. The report covers the key market trends and growth forecasts for a wide range of clean technology industries that include energy generation, energy storage, energy infrastructure, energy efficiency, air, water, manufacturing/industrial, transportation, recycling and waste management, material management and agriculture. The deal landscape analyses the deals in the clean technology industry in 2009. It also provides an analysis on the basis of geography and deal type for 2009. Global warming concerns and government legislation is promoting clean technology industries across the globe. These advances are expected to cause a significant growth in the demand for clean technologies in various industries. Concerns including the protection of the environment, energy security, energy independence, the increasing global population and growing carbon footprints are driving the clean technology industry across the globe. Battling climate change is as much a concern for governments as achieving energy independence and security. Governments across the world are taking initiatives to come up with regulatory frameworks that support the promotion and development of clean and efficient technologies.

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The Future of Clean Technology Markets to 2020