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Marine Power (Wave and Tidal) Installed Capacity, Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Profiles of Technology Developers and Key Country Analysis to 2030
Marine Power (Wave and Tidal) Installed Capacity, Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE), Profiles of Technology Developers and Key Country Analysis to 2030 is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists that offer comprehensive information and understanding of the marine energy industry.
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The report provides clear understanding of the global marine power market. The report provides an overview of various marine energy technologies such as wave energy, tidal energy, ocean thermal energy and energy from salinity gradient. The report covers information on requirements for development of a marine energy project and information on distribution of marine projects (wave and tidal) across various major countries.
Further, the report covers cost break-up for wave and tidal projects, profiles of major technology providers and installed capacity forecasts to 2030. Countries covered in the report include the US, Canada, the UK, Portugal, Republic of Korea and Australia. Information such as technology potential, power projects in demonstration and development stage and policy support for the industry is covered in detail.
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Companies covered in the report include Ocean Renewable Power Company, Aquamarine Power, AWS Ocean Energy, Carnegie Wave Energy Limited, Marine Current Turbines Limited, Ocean Power Technologies, Oceanlinx Limited, OpenHydro Group Limited, Pelamis Wave Power, Pulse Tidal, Verdant Power, Voith Hydro Wavegen Limited, BioPower Systems Pty, Tidal Generation Limited, Wavebob and Wello OY.
The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis by GlobalDatas Team of industry experts.
The report analyzes the global marine energy market, and its scope includes:
-Data on the installed capacity, split by key countries, cost analysis with LCOE comparison with other renewable sources, drivers and restraints impacting the global marine energy market.
-The report provides market insights on the major markets such as the US, Canada, the UK, Portugal, Australia and Republic of Korea (South Korea).
-Wave and tidal energy potential, project list of marine power and policy support for marine energy in major countries.
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Company profiles of major technology developers such as Ocean Renewable Power Company, Aquamarine Power, AWS Ocean Energy, Carnegie Wave Energy Limited, Marine Current Turbines Limited, Ocean Power Technologies, Oceanlinx Limited, OpenHydro Group Limited, Pelamis Wave Power, Pulse Tidal, Verdant Power, Voith Hydro Wavegen Limited, BioPower Systems Pty, Tidal Generation Limited, Wavebob and Wello OY are covered in detail.
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Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 3
1.1 List of Tables 6
1.2 List of Figures 7
2 Introduction 8
2.1 Marine Energy Market, Overview 8
2.2 Marine Energy Market, Technology Overview 9
2.2.1 Tidal Technologies 9
2.2.2 Wave Technology 10
2.2.3 Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion 12
2.2.4 Salinity Gradient 12
2.3 Marine Energy Market, Global, Development Requirements of the Marine Technology 13
2.4 Report Guidance 15
3 Marine Energy Market, Global 16
3.1 Marine Energy Market, Global, Overview 16
3.2 Marine Energy Market, Global, Distribution of Projects 17
3.2.1 Tidal Energy Market, Global, Distribution of Projects 17
3.2.2 Wave Energy Market, Global, Distribution of Projects 18
3.3 Marine Energy Market, Global, Installed Capacity, MW, 20152030 19
3.3.1 Wave Power Market, Installed Capacity by Country, MW, 20152030 20
3.3.2 Tidal Power Market, Installed Capacity by Country, MW, 20152030 21
3.4 Marine Energy Market, Global, Cost Analysis 22
3.4.1 Tidal Energy Market, Global, Capital Cost Break-up, 2011 22
3.4.2 Wave Energy Market, Global, Capital Cost Break-up, 2011 23
3.4.3 Marine Energy Market, Global, Levelized Cost of Energy 24
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By usage, marine power systems can be divided into main engines and auxiliaries. Main engines can be classified into internal combustion engines and turbine engines. Turbine engines are primarily used in the naval field.
Diesel engine was invented by a German in 1875. Over 100 years later, the threshold of the marine diesel engine industry is still very high. MAN, where the inventor of diesel engine worked, designs 80% of the low-speed diesel engines in the world. MAN also produces a small amount of low-speed diesel engines, licenses a large number of other companies to produce the low-speed diesel engines designed by it, and charges design fees and royalties from them. After acquiring Swiss Suzler, Wartsila enters the field of low-speed diesel engines and occupies 18% market share, while Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has 2% market share.
In the field of medium-speed diesel engines, Wartsila is the absolute leader with nearly 50% market share. Like MAN, Wartsila licenses other companies to produce the diesel engines designed by it, but the number of its licensed manufacturers is lower than that of MAN. MAN and Caterpillar also produce medium-speed diesel engines. Caterpillar entered this field through acquiring Germany's MAK in 1998.