Friday, December 11, 2009

Energy and environment related business intelligence opportunities

There are huge expectations out of the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2009 at Copenhagen, Denmark from December 7-18 2009 and businesses will greatly be affected in the coming years due to policy/regulatory decisions. What will ultimately matter more though are consumer attitudes towards environment related issues and the potential of new business opportunities that are being created in this context.

With BCC Research market research reports you get an expert in-depth analysis of the various opportunities that environment and energy related issues offer, backed by over 35 years of experience in catering to the research needs of small and large businesses, government and academia.

Our featured reports (with free introductory chapters) include:

The U.S. Market for Green Building Materials

Global Markets for Industrial and Utility Solar Thermal Technologies

Energy Efficient Technologies: The Global Market

Air Pollution Control for Coal Fired Power Plants

Energy from Wind and Waves: The Global Market

Advanced Materials and Devices for Renewable Energy

Global Markets for Residential and Commercial Solar Thermal Technologies

Thermal and Biological Waste-to-Energy Markets

Enabling Technologies for the Smart Grid

The Market for Liquid Biofuels Outside North America

Nanotechnology in Environmental Applications: The Global Market

Lithium Batteries: Markets and Materials
 
Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Progress Review

Environmental Sensing and Monitoring Technologies: Global Markets

Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLEDs): Technologies and Global Markets

The US Market for Clean Technologies

Membrane Bioreactors: Global Markets

Sludge Treatment: The Global Market

Seawater and Brackish Water Desalination

Environment Protection Market in China

1 comment:

Bhavya said...

With India producing at least 65% of its electricity through thermal power plants, that report on air pollution control for coal fired power plants (http://www.bccresearch.com/report/EGY030B.html) looks very relevant.

I also hope the government encourages use of renewable sources for power generation and it will be great if people could generate their own electricity (though solar of wind energy) and reduce dependency on our grids.

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