IPPTS Associates has today released a free report titled: “IPPTS UK Anaerobic Digestion Market Report 2017”. This report aims to provide the reader with information on the developments driving the UK biogas plant market, and the likely barriers to growth in the industry, in 2017. It also aims to inform all readers about the opportunities that 2017 may well provide for those that are considering promoting new biogas projects, or making other investments in this particular green business sector.
The first 100 copies of this report have been made openly available and at no cost by IPPTS Associates. It’s available to the general public, thought leaders within the Renewable Energy market and anyone with an interest in business opportunities in the UK Anaerobic Digestion Industry market sector this year.
The report was also written with a specific focus on all businesses involved in the Anaerobic Digestion industry in the UK. Steve Last, author of the report, believes “there are many opportunities in this relatively young market, which is still heavily influenced by government renewable energy subsidy levels”. He also says “that it is crucially important that investors in, and suppliers to, this industry are aware of the opportunities 2017 promises to bring to their businesses”.
When asked about why they released the report at this time, Steve Last, founder of IPPTS Associates said: “I think that now, at the start of 2017 when many UK AD industry pundits are still looking back on the uncertainty imposed on the industry by repeated government withdrawals and reductions in renewable energy funding, they may miss the upside. The upside I predict, is one which which may emerge through 2017, of a new stability of subsidy funding. Couple that with recent and anticipated technological improvements which are raising the efficiency of biogas production, and lowering sacrificial energy loads, while also reducing operating costs, and there are many opportunities in the UK anaerobic digestion industry to look forward to in 2017. Let’s not forget that all the existing UK government targets for carbon emissions reductions remain in-place despite all the cutbacks in subsidy, and that the AD process is better recognised now than ever before, for its unique ability to help meet so many of the government’s own green targets. In the long-run anaerobic digestion will continue to expand and develop, and many people may well be surprised just how many UK biogas plants are installed and commissioned in 2017.”
Interested parties can find the report ready to download, for free, at http://anaerobic-digestion.com/downloads/free-downloads/uk-anaerobic-digestion-market-report-2017
IPPTS Associates was founded in 2007 and is a well respected environmental consultant within the Renewable Energy industry. It is best known for providing a range of environmental consulting services.
Its unique position within its industry gives it the authority to produce such a report on Business opportunities in the UK Anaerobic Digestion Industry this year (2017) because its founder has both worked within the anaerobic digestion industry and been a commentator on it, through his anaerobic digestion community blog sites, since renewed interest in the industry started in the early 2000s.
For example, as the report aims to provide the reader with information on the developments driving the UK anaerobic digestion and biogas plant market at the start of 2017, and the likely barriers to growth in the industry throughout 2017, it gives valuable information to the reader. This is information that will ultimately benefit them by helping them make well-judged investment decisions in 2017, to maximise their ROI and minimise risk. This insight simply wouldn’t be possible, or their advice nearly as effective, without the 10 years spent in the Renewable Energy world by IPPTS Associates so far.
More information on IPPTS Associates and their environmental engineering consultancy services can be found at http://ipptsassociates.co.uk/
The Report “IPPTS UK Anaerobic Digestion Market Report 2017” can be downloaded at http://anaerobic-digestion.com/downloads/free-downloads/uk-anaerobic-digestion-market-report-2017
For those who are new to anaerobic digestion, the following video explains how these “biogas plants” work, at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy1EIXIS1JQ
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