Browse Downloads

Files in this Category

DownloadEBI_Report4000.zip
EBI_Report4000.zip

Report 4000: The Climate Change Industry

Report 4000: The Climate Change Industry (updated for 2015) represents more than 8 years of research on the climate change industry. CCBJ's estimates put the climate change industry at $300 billion in the United States in 2013 and $1,405 billion worldwide.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4110.zip
EBI_Report4110.zip

Report 4110: Solar Energy Industry

Report 4110: Solar Energy Industry (updated for 2015) is a thorough examination and quantitative analysis of the solar energy industry. Figures include U.S. and global sales and growth in equipment & systems sales in photovoltaics and solar thermal, the value of energy produced in electricity from PV and concentrating solar thermal power (CSTP) and heat and hot water from solar water heating (SWH) units. Revenues in specialty services like site evaluation, planning & permitting and installation are also presented. Companies all across the supply chain are profiled.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4120.zip
EBI_Report4120.zip

Report 4120: Wind Energy Markets

Report 4120: Wind Energy Markets (updated for 2015) contains detailed global coverage of manufacturers, developers, global, national, regional and state markets; charts of global wind energy industry growth by turbine sales, wind generated electricity sales, installed wind capacity, turbine marketshare, and wind turbine sales in U.S.; highlights of CCBJ Wind Industry Survey; the race for offshore wind energy; plus coverage and profiles of leading manufacturers, developers and consulting & engineering firms.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4130.zip
EBI_Report4130.zip

Report 4130: The Bioenergy Industry

Report 4130: The Bioenergy Industry (updated for 2015) examines the biopower sector, including companies in biomass gasification, anaerobic digestion, landfill-gas-to-energy and conventional combustion. It also covers the ethanol sector and emerging algae and cellulosic technology. This 137-page report includes charts of growth forecasts for the U.S. bioenergy industry, global ethanol production, lists of top U.S. biodiesel plants and algae-to-energy companies, highlights from CCBJ Bioenergy Industry survey, biomass power in China, India and Europe, stock performance of companies in the biofuels business, and company profiles.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4140.zip
EBI_Report4140.zip

Report 4140: Geothermal Energy

Report 4140: Geothermal Energy (updated for 2015) explores finance, policy, market and technology issues in depth with project developers, lenders, investors, researchers and industry analysts. We also examine the emergence of competitors to Ormat for the fast-growing low-temperature segment of geothermal, the tantalizing potential of enhanced geothermal systems (EGS), also known as hot dry rock (HDR), and market opportunities and barriers in developing countries.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4150.zip
EBI_Report4150.zip

Report 4150: Wave & Tidal

Report 4150: The Wave and Tidal Power Industry (updated for 2015) focuses on a new class of devices that generate power from ocean waves and tides and from the in-stream flow of rivers. Collectively, this emerging sub-segment of the low-carbon and renewable power segment is referred to alternately as hydro-kinetic energy or advanced water power (to distinguish it from conventional hydro-power), but is also frequently referred to by the more simple term wave & tidal power.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4200.zip
EBI_Report4200.zip

Report 4200: Carbon Capture & Storage Markets

Report 4200: Carbon Capture & Storage Markets (updated for 2015) profiles CCS development and pilot plant activity in Europe, Canada and the U.S. and a list of major carbon capture and storage projects. In addition to charts depicting percentage of electricity generation from coal, fuel costs,and the operating cost increase of coal fired plants with CCS, forecasts and likely development scenario derived from interviews and a comprehensive CCBJ survey are presented.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4300.zip
EBI_Report4300.zip

Report 4300: Energy Efficiency & Demand Response

Report 4300: Energy Efficiency & Demand Response (updated for 2015) explores the policy and market drivers that animate the EE&DR industry today. We examine the strategies of utilities and their consultants to leverage DR and EE to mitigate their climate change exposure and limit the growth of expensive peak generation. And we explore the strategies of consulting engineering firms, technology developers, energy service companies and other participants in this robust and dynamic market.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4310.zip
EBI_Report4310.zip

Report 4310: Future of the Grid

Report 4310: Future of the Grid (updated for 2015) explores the future of electricity transmission, advanced metering infrastructure and the growth of the smart meter business, dynamic pricing, and more. This 149-page report also includes profiles from transmission and distribution companies, as well as charts reviewing transmission projects and projecting the future of the industry.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4400.zip
EBI_Report4400.zip

Report 4400: U.S. Energy Storage

Report 4400: U.S. Energy Storage (updated for 2015) focuses on the Energy Storage Industry which at the utility level is a $2.7-billion industry in the United States. Batteries and fuel cells for transportation and other non-consumer uses represent an additional $17 billion, but the broader energy storage business offers considerable potential given the interest of investors, utilities, governments and the world's largest corporations.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4500.zip
EBI_Report4500.zip

Report 4500: Green Building Markets

Report 4500: Green Building Markets (updated for 2015) examines the growing Green Building industry, as well as the trends within the industry that are slow to take hold in the U.S.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4600.zip
EBI_Report4600.zip

Report 4600: Transportation

Report 4600: Transportation (updated for 2015) is an assessment and quantitative analysis of an emerging industry of transportation business opportunities resulting from climate change policy. Sub-segments quantified include U.S. sales and growth in Alternative Fuel Vehicles: Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs); Electric Vehicles (EV); Flex Fuel Vehicles (FFVs); and Other Alternative Fuel Vehicles (AFVs: Cars, Trucks, Buses); also Bio-fuels (ethanol, bio-diesel) and other Alternative Fuels (CNG, LNG); plus Transportation Planning & Engineering, Public Transit and even Bicycles.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4700.zip
EBI_Report4700.zip

Report 4700: Carbon Markets

Report 4700: Carbon Markets (updated for 2015) focuses on Carbon Markets; it offers estimates of regulated and voluntary carbon trading activity. It also looks at carbon emissions brokerages, voluntary carbon offset markets, agricultural and forestry carbon offsets, the participation of consulting and engineering firms in the carbon market, and individual company profiles.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4800.zip
EBI_Report4800.zip

Report 4800: Climate Change Adaptation

Report 4800: Climate Change Adaptation & Resilience Markets (updated June 2017) focuses on the U.S. climate change adaptation industry, emerging markets in resilience and prospects for global growth. The U.S. climate change adaptation industry is still emerging, led by consulting & engineering firms doing assessment, risk science, modeling and planning work. CCBJ estimates that adaptation is a $700-million industry and will grow to a billion-dollar industry in the United States by 2020, followed by more substantial contracting growth once design and construction of adaptation measures begin in earnest. The global market already is on the order of $2 billion when counting construction, but the market is clearly divided by assessment, planning, design and construction and specialists in each area.

Version: 2017 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

DownloadEBI_Report4900.zip
EBI_Report4900.zip

Report 4900: Climate Change Consulting

Report 4900: Climate Change Consulting (updated for 2015) focuses on the Climate Change Consulting Industry, but also includes detailed analysis of the broader area of Consulting & Engineering services in the Climate Change Industry. CCBJ estimates the climate change consulting market at $2.6 billion worldwide and $840 million in the United States, with annual growth in the 6-10% range. The market is analogous to the U.S. environmental consulting & engineering market that was about $600 million in billings in 1976, six years after the foundation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, that is now $28 billion today.

Version: 2015 : If you have current subscriptions, please log in to download.

Business Achievement Awards