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Cleantech Energy Investing

  1. 1. Get more info on this report!Cleantech Energy InvestingJuly 1, 2010Energy consumption is rapidly growing around the world. The modernization ofemerging economies (such as India and China) has increased pressures on traditionalenergy providers (as well as increasing environmental concerns). As fossil fuel reservesdwindle, there is a growing need for clean energy supplies. Clean energies haveemerged as an alternative for the fossil fuels, but many technologies still do not displaythe same level of efficiency and maturity compared to more traditional sources.Investments remain a key growth factor, as many technologies present technicallimitations to practical use. Many existing cleantech technologies cannot compete withcoal energy, with is used as the current benchmark when evaluating feasibility.Subsidies are an important key of the clean technologies puzzle, but if thesetechnologies are unable to develop long-term comparables, they run the risk of beingrelegated to niche products. This is especially true of renewable technologies.This new SBI Energy reports delves into the global investments patterns dedicated todeveloping and commercializing these technologies. It covers a significant range oftechnologies and geographies to gain a greater understanding of the global investmentsmarket. After interviewing close to a dozen key stakeholders of the clean energytechnology sector and doing extensive documentary research, we were able to buildthis report.Exploring investment growth in seven energy producing technologies (solar, wind,biofuel, hydro, geothermal, nuclear and clean coal) and eleven geographies (the UnitedStates, Canada, Brazil, Spain, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, China, India,Japan and Australia), it is an essential tool for any manager looking for a global cleanenergy investment perspective within a single document.Read an excerpt from this report below.Table of Contents
  2. 2. Chapter 1: Executive Summary Research Scope and Methodology Figure 1-1: Cleantech Investment Chain Market Size and Growth - Two AnglesDD>Market Size and Growth - Technology Table 1-1: Estimated Solar Panel Production & Forecasted Market Needs (GW) Market Size and Growth - Geographic Table 1-2: Electricity Generation Capacity, by Source in China, 2009 and 2014 (GwH) Table 1-3: China at a Glance Trends in the Clean Technology Energy Investment Market Company ProfilesChapter 2: Overview of the Cleantech Investing Market Research Scope Cleantech Investment Chain Figure 2-1: Cleantech Investment Chain Terminology Terminology - Energy Types Terminology - Investment Type Investments in Research and Development Investments in Manufacturing Capacity Consumer Investments / Purchases Terminology - Technologies Solar Wind Biofuels Hydro Geothermal Nuclear Clean Coal MethodologyChapter 3: Market Size and Growth - TechnologySolar Power Background on Solar Power Solar Power Investments: Venture Capital Market Size and Growth Manufacturing Table 3-1: Estimated Solar Panel Production & Forecasted Market Needs (Gigawatts) Consumers Emerging Investing Vectors Branding Government Support
  3. 3. Distributed SolarWind Power Background on Wind Power Market Size and Growth Table 3-2: Estimated Wind Turbine Installation & Forecasted Investments (GW / USD Billions) Other Wind Market Trends Internal Financing Rather than Outside Financing The future of Offshore Wind Wind Energy as a Job Generator Danger of OvercapacityBiofuels Background on Biofuel Technology Market Size and Growth - Venture Capital Market Size and Growth - Capacity and Manufacturing Table 3-3: Global Market Values of Biofuel and Bioenergy (Organic and Technology) Manufacturing, by Country, 2009 and 2014 (In $ millions USD) Other Biofuel Trends Increased Investments in Biofuel Manufacturing and Conversion Innovations in Biorefineries Innovations in Biofuel Processing Table 3-4: Case Study in Innovation: Algae TechnologyHydro Power Background on Hydro Power Table 3-5: Classification of Hydro Project According to Power Output Market Size and Growth Table 3-6: Growth of Hydro Power Investments Across Project Sizes (Billion / million USD) Trends for Growth Table 3-7: Case Study: SN Power and the Privatization of Filipino Hydro Assets Emerging Hydro TechnologiesGeothermal Energy Background on Geothermal Power Market Size and Growth - Large Scale Facilities Table 3-8: Estimated Geothermal Installation & Forecasted Investments (In millions of kilowatt hours / billion USD) Market Size and Growth - Geothermal Heat Pump (GHP) Trends Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) Hydrocarbon/Geothermal Co-ProductionNuclear Energy Technology Background on Nuclear Energy Table 3-9: Nuclear Facility Generation Reference Chart Current Nuclear Market and Estimated Growth Table 3-10: Estimated Country Nuclear Capacity and Capacity Change through 2013
  4. 4. Table 3-11: Global market Value of Nuclear Energy Technology Manufacturing (In millions of $) Outlook on Nuclear EnergyClean Coal Technology Background on Clean Coal Market Size and Growth Outlook on Clean coalChapter 4: Market Size and Growth - GeographicAmericas USA Table 4-1: Electricity Generation Capacity, by Source in United States, 2009 and 2014 (Quadrillion BTUs [British Thermal Units]) Table 4-2: Overview of Energy Programs and Subsidies Driving Growth in the United States Table 4-3: Case Study #1: New York Enhances Funding for Renewable Energy Table 4-4: Case Study #2: Wyoming Wants to Tax Specifically Wind Energy Table 4-5: U.S. Renewable Energy Consumption, by Source, 2009 and 2014 (Trillion BTU) Solar in the U.S Wind Energy in the U.S Biomass and Biofuels in the U.S Hydro in the U.S. Geothermal in the U.S. Nuclear Energy in the U.S. Clean Coal in the U.S. Canada Brazil Table 4-6: Electricity Generation Capacity, by Source in Brazil, 2009 and 2014 (GwH)Europe Spain Table 4-7: Electricity Generation Capacity, by Source in Spain, 2009 and 2014 (GwH) Germany Table 4-8: Electricity Generation Capacity, by Source in Germany, 2009 and 2013 (MwH) United Kingdom Table 4-9: Electricity Generation Capacity, by Source in the U.K, 2009 and 2014 (MwH) Table 4-10: UK at a Glance France Table 4-11: Electricity Generation Capacity, by Source in France, 2009 and 2014 (GwH)Asia China
  5. 5. Table 4-12: Chinas Electricity Consumption, 2009-2014 (billion kWhs). Table 4-13: Electricity Generation Capacity, by Source in China, 2009 and 2014 (GwH) Figure 4-1: Chinese Investments in Renewable Energy, 2007-2014 (US$ Billion) Table 4-14: China at a Glance India Table 4-15: Electricity Generation Capacity, by Source in India, 2009 and 2014 (GwH) Table 4-16: Estimated investments in Renewable Energies in India, 2009 to 2014 (US$)JapanAustraliaChapter 5: Trends in the Clean Technology Energy Investment Market How did the Global Financial Crisis Impact Investing in the Market?.85 Figure 5-1: Cleantech Investment Energy Chain Financial Capital Suppliers Clean Technology Companies End-user Investing Is Clean Energy Technology Investing in an Investment Bubble? Is Clean Technology Energy Overly Dependant on Government Support? Is the Accent on Job Stimulus in Funding Programs Creating a Bias to Mature Technologies? Is There Really Room for Growth? Is it Time to Start Branding Clean Energy Technologies? What is the Role of the Green Consumer in Driving Clean Energy Investment? Where is There the Best Growth Opportunity in Consumer-Based Clean Technologies, or Large Scale Projects? Overall What’s the Outlook of Clean Technology Energy in the Next Four to Eight Years?Chapter 6: Company ProfilesBattelle Ventures Corporate Background Key Executives Key InvestmentsEvergreen Solar Corporate Background Figure 6-1: Annual Revenues of Evergreen Solar, 2005-2009 (in million USD) Figure 6-2: Annual MW Equivalent Sold, 2008-2012 Table 6-1: Product Brand Portfolio Key Executives Company News Acquisitions and Divestitures Outlook
  6. 6. Fotowatio Renewable Ventures Corporate Background Key Executives Table 6-2: Current Project Portfolio Company News Merger and Acquisition Closing US $200M Solar Fund V FRV to Invest to Build and Operate 37 MW of Solar Projects in ItalyGamesa Corporate Background Product and Brand Portfolio Table 6-3: Gamesa’s Product and Brand Portfolio Performance Figure 6-3: Annual Sales of Gamesa, 2005-2009 (in billion Euros) Figure 6-4: Annual MWe Equivalent Sold, 2005-2009 Company News Acquisitions and Divestitures Innovation Outlook Personnel ChangesGFI Energy Ventures LLC Corporate Background Key Executives Strategy Key InvestmentsGuinness Atkinson Funds Corporate Background Key Executives Table 6-4: Funds Under Management Alternative Energy Fund Table 6-5: Key Investments (as of 28th of February 2010) Table 6-6: Top Industry Sectors (28 February 2010)Nth Power Corporate Background Strategy Key Executives Key InvestmentsSN Power Corporate Background Key Executives Figure 6-5: Operating Revenues, 2005-2009 (in million USD) Figure 6-6: Net Production, 2005-2009 (GWh) Worldwide Presence Asia Latin America Africa and Central America
  7. 7. SVB Financial Group Corporate Background Key Executives SVB Cleantech PracticeSpectrum Renewable Energy Limited (SREL) Corporate Background Products - BioBowser Key ExecutivesSuntech Corporate Background Table 6-7: Product and Brand Portfolio Performance Figure 6-7: Annual Sales of Suntech, 2005-2009 (in million USD) Figure 6-8: Annual MW Squivalent Sold, 2005-2009 Company News Acquisitions and Divestitures Long-term StrategyVestas Corporate Background Table 6-8: Product and Brand Portfolio Figure 6-9: Annual Sales of Vestas, 2005-2009 (in billion Euros) Figure 6-10: Annual MW Produced and Shipped, 2005-2009 Company News Market Vision Long Term Equity Financing Long Term Strategy: Triple 15Available immediately for Online Download athttp://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid=2573888US: 800.298.5699UK +44.207.256.3920Intl: +1.240.747.3093Fax: 240.747.3004

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