2. Forestry Management
3. Fuel Cells & Industrial Batteries
4. Pulp & Paper Products
5. Solar Technology & Project Developers
6. Wind Technology & Project Developers
Range of Renewable & Alternative Energy Risks
2. Product Formulation & Impacts on Food Markets
3. Sourcing & Environmental Impacts of Feedstock Production
4. Air Quality
5. Materials Sourcing
6. Energy Management
7. Ecosystem Services & Impacts
8. Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The most widely produced biofuels are ethanol and biodiesel, but others that are also produced include biohydrogen, biogas, and synthetic biofuels. The customers of the Biofuels industry consist of fuel-blending and fuel-supply companies, and while production of biofuels occurs globally, the top companies in the biofuel industry operate primarily in the U.S. with some operations in India, South Korea, and Brazil. A large driver for this market is government regulation and policy, government decision often influences the demand for this industry.
These companies sell their product for a verity of uses, for example timber is sold to wood product manufacturers, energy producers, and pulp and paper producers.
Fuel Cells & Industrial Batteries
The Fuel Cells and Industrial Batteries industry is made of companies that manufacture fuel cells and batteries for energy production and energy storage respectively. The manufacturers in this industry mostly sell their product to companies that use the energy production and storage on a variety of levels including commercial business applications and large-scale projects. The operations and sales within this industry are often global.
Pulp & Paper Products
Solar Technology & Project Developers
The companies involved in this industry work with development, building, and managing the solar energy projects. Globally located residential, non-residential, and utility-scale projects are all considered customers for this industry.
Wind Technology & Project Developers
Most of the companies in this industry operate globally, and the wind turbines can be placed on land or water, which can sometimes cause challenges with varying installation.