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Report on Chromatography Market – Global Scenario, Trends, Industry Analysis

This report is an effort to identify factors, which will be the driving force behind the chromatography market and sub-markets in the next few years. The report provides extensive analysis of the industry, current market trends, industry drivers and challenges for better understanding of the market structure. The report has segregated the chromatography industry in terms of product and geography. We have used a combination of primary and secondary research to arrive at the market estimates, market shares and trends. We have adopted bottom up model to derive market size of the global chromatography market and further validated numbers with the key market participants and C-level executives.

This report highlights the industry with the following points:
* Definition, estimates and forecast of chromatography market from 2011 to 2017
* Analysis of product segments for chromatography market with historical data and forecast
* Trends and forecast for four geographic markets, namely U.S., Europe, Asia-Pacific and RoW based on segments of chromatography market
* Profiles of major market participants for better understanding of their contributions

This research is specially designed to estimate and analyze the demand and performance of chromatography in global scenario. This research provides in-depth analysis of chromatographic machines manufacturers, product sales, trend analysis by segments and demand by geography. The report covers all the major product segments of the global chromatography and provides in-depth analysis, historical data and statistically refined forecast for the segments covered. The study presents a comprehensive assessment of the stakeholder strategies and winning imperatives for them by segmenting the global chromatography as below:

Depending on the stationary and mobile phase and the separation techniques the classification of the chromatography is done as following:
Adsorption Chromatography
Partition Chromatography
Ion-Exchange Chromatography
Exclusion chromatography
Affinity Chromatography

Adsorption Chromatography:
In this type of chromatography liquid or gas is used as mobile phase and adsorbent solid as stationary phase. The types of adsorption chromatography are:
Adsorption column chromatography
Thin layer chromatography
Gas-solid chromatography

Partition Chromatography:
This involves liquid or gas as mobile phase and another liquid or solid as a stationary phase. It is classified as into following sub segments:
Partition column chromatography
Paper chromatography.
Thin layer chromatography.
Gas-liquid chromatography.
High performance liquid chromatography.

In addition the report provides a cross-sectional analysis of all the above segments with respect to following geographical markets:
U.S.
Europe
Asia-Pacific
Rest of the World (RoW)

The in-depth research and high level analysis will allow chromatography manufacturers, lawmakers, large retailers, medical companies and research and development agencies to make informed decisions about chromatography manufacturing, designing marketing, growth strategies and gaining competitive advantage.

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Report on IntelliNews – Romania Renewable Energy Report

The IntelliNews Romania Renewable Energy Report offers an extensive summary of the renewable energy market in Romania segmented into wind, solar, biomass, hydropower and geothermal energy. It includes a complete coverage of the latest developments and corporate and industry news, accompanied by thorough statistics and comments. This sector report is ideal to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local professionals, it is a unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions.

Summary

Countries in central and south-eastern Europe stick to their strategies to boost the share of renewable energy in overall consumption as a way to diversify their power mixes and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. The main factors that determine the priority sectors for each individual state have been their geographic and weather specifics.

Romania intends to raise the share of green power into its power consumption mix to 24% by 2020 to meet the common EU target. Hydropower comprises 93% of the country’s present renewable energy generation as its share is projected to drop to 80% in 2015 although its absolute output will increase. Electricity from biomass is seen tripling to reach a share of 15.6% in total RES, while wind energy is due to also triple, grabbing a 4.3% share over the period.

Romania plans major investment in big and small hydropower projects in order to employ further its larger hydro potential. The country also possesses abundant biomass resources since a quarter of its territory is covered by forests but they are used mainly for heating.

Romania’s wind power market was one of the fastest growing in the region with installed capacity surging from just 7MW in 2007 to 462MW in 2010. The total installed capacity of wind farms in the country is expected to reach 5,000MW by end-2016 after several large wind farm projects go on stream.

Executive summary
Regional overview
Romania is green energy leader in the region
Czech Republic and Bulgaria reduce RES support
Poland and Romania are best CEE countries for renewable energy investments – E&Y

ROMANIA
Romania aims for 24% RES share by 2020
Green certificate scheme
E-RES to reach 43% of gross electricity consumption by 2020
Power grid safety
Romania has significant biomass and geothermal resources
Romania generates 29% of its power from hydroelectric stations
Romania’s wind power market witnesses one of fastest growth rates in the region – EWEA
Govt seeks to support solar power producers with green certificates

Table of Contents
Table 1 National renewable energy targets
Table 2 Ernst & Young’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index – Nov 2011
Table 3 Estimated total contribution of each RES in Romania to meet binding 2020 targets
Table 4 Expected gross final energy consumption by types of energy in Romania 2010-2020, ktoe
Table 5 Gross domestic consumption of renewable energy, 2000-2007
Table 6 Potential output and usage of RES
Table 7 Number of units and aggregate installed capacity
Table 8 Number of green certificates per MW
Table 9 E-RES share in gross electricity consumption final
Table 10 Projected green electricity output per source
Table 11 Estimated biomass domestic supply in 2015 and 2020
Table 12 Hydroelectric power generation forecast through 2020
Table 13 Evolution of installed powers at the end of each calendar year and the energies generated each year in wind power plants

Figure 1 Comparison between RES-E share per country in 2010
Figure 2 Estimated total contribution of solar power, GWh
Figure 3 Estimated total contribution of wind power, GWh
Figure 4 Estimated total RES-E installed capacity, MW
Figure 5 Estimated total RESE output, GWh
Figure 6 Estimated total contribution of each RES in Romania to meet binding 2020 targets

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Report on IntelliNews – Poland Renewable Energy Report

The IntelliNews Poland Renewable Energy Report offers an extensive summary of the renewable energy market in Poland segmented into wind, solar, biomass, hydropower and geothermal energy. It includes a complete coverage of the latest developments and corporate and industry news, accompanied by thorough statistics and comments. This sector report is ideal to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local professionals, it is a unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions.

Summary
Countries in central and south-eastern Europe are continuing to pursue their strategy to raise the share of renewable energy in overall consumption as a way to diversify their power mixes and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. So far, geographic and weather specifics have been the main factors that determine the sectors of priority for each individual state.

Poland hopes to beat its 15% target for renewable energy in its energy mix by 2020, thus partially reducing its dependence on energy imports. It, however, needs to work hard since it missed its end-2010 goal of 7.5%, registering a RES share of only 6%, according some estimates.

The country has set an ambitious 20% RES target for 2030 and plans to achieve it via creating support mechanisms and favourable investment climate for green power producers, as well as stimuli for the use of biofuels. The government has also set specific goals for the share of RES in electricity, heating and the remaining power subsectors.

Renewable energy will be the main driver of overall electricity generation in Poland, which is seen rising by an annual 1.7% by 2020. Green power generation is projected to climb by an average 15.5% in each of the coming eight years with biomass and wind energy offering the highest growth potential. In 2011 alone, wind power sources accounted for more than 80% of all newly-installed renewable capacities.

Table of Contents
Executive summary
Regional overview
Romania is green energy leader in the region
Czech Republic and Bulgaria reduce RES support
Poland and Romania are best CEE countries for renewable energy investments – E&Y

POLAND
Poland confident of exceeding 2020 EU’s renewable binding target of 15%.
Poland power output seen growing by 1.7% a year by 2020 with renewable being the main driver
RES regulations
Poland’s installed green energy capacity exceeds 3GW in 2011
Wind power output expected to grow by 800MW annually
Steady investments in Poland’s wind market
Biofuels to account for 10% of calorific value of transportation fuel
Solar panel surface in Poland reaches tops 655,000 sq m at end-2010
Poland’s Ecofund to finance biogas, biomass projects
Number of companies planning investments in biomass plants increases

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Report on IntelliNews – Hungary Renewable Energy Report

The IntelliNews Hungary Renewable Energy Report offers an extensive summary of the renewable energy market in Hungary segmented into wind, solar, biomass, hydropower and geothermal energy. It includes a complete coverage of the latest developments and corporate and industry news, accompanied by thorough statistics and comments. This sector report is ideal to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local professionals, it is a unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions.

Summary

Countries in central and south-eastern Europe are continuing to pursue their strategy to boost the share of energy from renewable sources in overall consumption as a way to diversify their power mixes and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. So far, geographic and weather specifics have been the main factors that determine the sectors that have priority for each individual state.

Hungary aims to raise the share of renewable energy in its energy mix to 14.65% by 2020, reducing its dependence on nuclear power and Russian natural gas. In 2009, some 7.3% of the energy used in Hungary came from renewable resources thanks mainly to biomass that made up some 80% of the country’s renewable energy output. The underdevelopment of other renewable energy sources stems from the fact that there has been a strong opposition to the state subsidising producers for expensive green power. Green electricity production in Hungary at end-2010, however, is projected to nearly triple to 7,790GWh by 2020.

The government plans to introduce new scheme for supporting renewable energy projects that will set feed-in tariffs and guarantee 15-year subsidies. At present, insufficient grid capacity, high connection costs and complicated permitting process represent the main obstacles for green energy development in Hungary.

Although the lower wind speed in most of Hungary limits the wind energy development prospective, the introduction of feed-in tariff is anticipated to support ongoing projects in the northwest, where weather conditions are suitable. The country is expected to triple its end-2010 installed wind capacity to 900MW in 2020.

Hungary had an installed solar capacity of only 1.6MW at end-2010 due to the current low feed-in tariffs that are almost equal to average electricity prices. The usage of photovoltaic systems for local energy supply is expected to significantly develop, helped by the government.

Since it is one of the less mountainous states in central Europe, Hungary has a limited hydroelectric potential. Its 31 hydropower plants have a combined installed capacity of 55MW. The country plans to build more small plants, raising its overall hydroelectric capacity to 66MW until 2020.

Table of Contents
Executive summary
Regional overview
Romania is green energy leader in the region
Czech Republic and Bulgaria reduce RES support
Poland and Romania are best CEE countries for renewable energy investments – E&Y

HUNGARY
Hungary seeks to boost green energy share to 13% by 2020 to meet EU targets
Govt plans to introduce FIT mechanism to support green energy producers
Insufficient grid capacity and difficult permitting process are among the main obstacles RES development
Hungary relocates HUF 160bn for green projects
Greenpeace says Hungary can meet most of energy needs with renewable by 2050
Biomass remains main driver of RES development
Several developers announce plans for biogas plants in Hungary
Wind power capacity rises to 295MW in 2010
Hungary has one of largest geothermal reserves in Eastern Europe
Solar energy segment needs better infrastructure

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Report on IntelliNews – Czech Republic Renewable Energy Report

The IntelliNews Czech Republic Renewable Energy Report offers an extensive summary of the renewable energy market in CZ segmented into wind, solar, biomass, hydropower and geothermal energy. It includes a complete coverage of the latest developments and corporate and industry news, accompanied by thorough statistics and comments. This sector report is ideal to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local professionals, it is a unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions.

Summary
Countries in central and south-eastern Europe are continuing to pursue their strategy to raise the share of renewable energy in overall consumption as a way to diversify their power mixes and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. So far, geographic and weather specifics have been the main factors that determine the sectors of priority for each individual state.

Governments in the region have introduced measures to support alternative energy producers but the ongoing financial crisis in the eurozone is them to cut costs, which has a negative impact on the development of the renewable energy sources (RES) sector that strongly depends on state support.

The Czech government, which bets on raising its nuclear power output in the long run, has already announced plans to cut support to the RES sector as customers are starting to feel the effect of rising power prices due to a solar energy boom.

The Czech Republic hopes to exceed its 2020 target of 13.5% share of renewable energy in the overall energy mix. The country’s gross RES power production accounted for 8.5% of the total domestic consumption in 2010.

In 2010, the Czech Republic recorded the third highest volume of new installed solar capacity in the EU, becoming the fourth largest EU country in the segment. The installed capacity of such plants rose more than four times to 1,953MW in 2010. The number of photovoltaic plants is expected to continue rising this year but at a much slower pace because of the reduced state support to the industry. The country added only 6MW of new solar plants in 2011.

Biomass is the RES with the biggest potential in the Czech Republic and currently represents 10% of the overall power generation from renewable sources. Yet, rising prices of input material might impede the development of the segment. The government promotes the use of biomass in small heating plants and family houses, but not for major industrial production in power plants.

Biogas stations were the fastest growing renewable energy source in 2011. Their installed capacity rose to 168MW and their number to 264, while analysts predict the Czech Republic has a capacity for about 500 biogas power plants.

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Report on IntelliNews – Croatia Renewable Energy Report

The IntelliNews Croatia Renewable Energy Report offers an extensive summary of the renewable energy market in Croatia segmented into wind, solar, biomass, hydropower and geothermal energy. It includes a complete coverage of the latest developments and corporate and industry news, accompanied by thorough statistics and comments. This sector report is ideal to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local professionals, it is a unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions.

Summary
Countries in central and south-eastern Europe are continuing to pursue their strategy to boost the share of energy from renewable sources in overall consumption as a way to diversify their power mixes and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. So far, geographic and weather specifics have been the main factors that determine the sectors that have priority for each individual state.

Croatia, which will become an EU member state in July 2013, has vowed to boost the share of renewable energy to 35% by 2020 in line with EU targets. Investments in the sector are expected to soar to EUR 3bn over the period as the country is focusing mainly on the development of hydropower, wind and biomass energy projects.

The main obstacle for RES investors in Croatia is the large number of permits that their projects need to obtain before going on stream. More than 520 renewable and co-generation energy projects are carried out in the country at present. The deployment of wind power enjoys a considerable interest with companies from Denmark, Spain and Germany revealing intentions to build some 200 wind parks in the country in the next few years.
Although Croatia’s seaside regions, especially in the south, hide promising solar energy potential, complex administrative procedures hamper the development of the sector.

Some 40% of Croatia’s power output comes from 25 big hydropower stations. The government is willing to expand the potential of small hydropower plants too, and has estimated there is a potential for building new small plants of combined 180MW capacity.

Croatia also estimated it could utilize the construction of some 40 biomass power plants, especially in the eastern and central areas, that would produce electricity and heat. Several investors already announced plans to build such plants in the country’s north.

Table of Contents
Executive summary
Regional overview
Romania is green energy leader in the region
Czech Republic and Bulgaria reduce RES support
Poland and Romania are best CEE countries for renewable energy investments – E&Y

CROATIA
Croatia sets RES target of 35% by 2020
Croatia’s end-2010 installed renewable energy capacity reaches 120MW
Government provides financial stimuli for alternative producers
Croatia generates 2.1% of electricity from RES
Most green heating energy generated from biomass
Croatia adds 20MW of wind power capacity in H1 2011
Croatia’s solar power sector needs easier procedures
EBRD supports development of Croatia’s hydropower sector
Croatia has capacity for development of 40 biomass power plants

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Report on IntelliNews – Bulgaria Renewable Energy Report

The IntelliNews Bulgaria Renewable Energy Report offers an extensive summary of the renewable energy market in Bulgaria segmented into wind, solar, biomass, hydropower and geothermal energy. It includes a complete coverage of the latest developments and corporate and industry news, accompanied by thorough statistics and comments. This sector report is ideal to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local professionals, it is a unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions.

Summary
Countries in central and south-eastern Europe stick to their strategy to boost the share of renewable energy in overall consumption as a way to diversify their power mixes and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. So far geographic and weather specifics have been the main factors that determine the priority sectors for each individual state.

Governments in the region have introduced measures to support alternative energy producers in order to meet EU targets. Yet, the ongoing financial crisis in the eurozone is forcing policy-makers to cut spending amid fears of a renewed recession, which has a negative impact on the development of the sector that strongly depends on state support.

Bulgaria aims for a 16% share of green power into its power mix by 2020 to meet the common EU target. Renewable sources accounted for 15% of the country’s overall power generation already in 2010 thanks to the deployment of abundant water resources in big and small hydropower plants. Hydropower comprises 95% of the country’s present renewable energy generation.

The development of new capacities based on the remaining clean energy sources, however, offers great opportunities for investors. Projections show that in order to meet its long-term target Bulgaria has to boost nearly ten times its end-2011 wind power capacities until 2020. Wind power is expected to reach a share of 30% in the country’s alternative energy output, becoming the second most important energy source. Bulgaria is furthermore expected to raise around 25 times each of its current solar and small hydropower capacities until the end of the decade.

Bulgaria’s ranking in Ernst & Young’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (CAI) has slightly worsened in the past year following the adoption of a stricter renewable energy bill in May 2011. Industry officials identify the regulatory uncertainties and the inadequate grid infrastructure as major barriers before green investment in Bulgaria. Moreover, the government has revealed plans to cut its support to the sector’s costly investments as customers are starting to feel the effects of rising electricity prices due to the boom in clean energy production.

Table of Contents
Executive summary
Regional overview
Romania is green energy leader in the region
Czech Republic and Bulgaria reduce RES support
Poland and Romania are best CEE countries for renewable energy investments – E&Y

BULGARIA
Bulgaria aims for 16% green energy target by 2020
Bulgaria relies on coal and nuclear to meet its energy needs
Installed renewable energy capacity reaches 2,747MW
Bulgaria adopts new Renewable Energy Act
Bulgaria falls one position to 34th on E&Y’s Renewable Energy CAI
Hydropower sector is major green source
Wind to become second most important RES with 30% share
Govt to focus on biomass energy sector in 2012
State energy regulator sets tariffs for biogas

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