In Massachusetts, SkyQuest Technology Consulting reported that the global waste-to-energy market size is expected to reach USD 68.68 billion by 2030.
The report stated that the market is expected to experience a CAGR of 7.5% in the forecast period (2023−2030).
“The increasing waste generation, rising energy demand, environmental regulations promoting waste management and energy recovery, reducing landfill usage, the need for sustainable and renewable energy sources, advancements in waste-to-energy technologies, and the potential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions through waste conversion processes fuel the market’s growth,” the report said.
“Region-wise, Europe is one of the largest growing markets with a substantial regulatory framework. European nations have firm commitments to waste reduction and environmental sustainability. Energy waste is a solution to divert waste from landfills while generating renewable energy. European countries have invested in advanced waste-to-energy technologies to improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions,” it added.