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The Asia-Pacific lignofuels market is projected to reach $405.6m by 2032

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eTradeWire -- The Asia-Pacific lignofuels market (excluding China) is projected to reach $405.6 million by 2032 from $203.8 million in 2023, growing at a CAGR of 7.95% during the forecast period 2023-2032. This is according to a new report available on marketresearchdirect.com.

Ongoing research and development efforts have resulted in more advanced techniques for producing lignofuels, increasing their cost efficiency and efficacy and thereby pushing market expansion. Modern technologies in integrated biorefineries, such as Finland's Neste Porvoo Refinery, demonstrate the use of lignocellulosic feedstock for biofuel production. Globally supportive legislation and incentives are propelling the lignofuels industry's rapid growth. The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) in the United States, for example, requires the inclusion of renewable fuels, including cellulosic biofuels, into transportation fuel, assuring a steady market for lignofuels. The Renewable Energy Directive (RED II) specifies targets for renewable energy in transportation throughout the European Union, encouraging the use of biofuels and lignofuels.

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Market Introduction

The APAC lignofuel market refers to the Asia-Pacific region's market for renewable fuels derived from lignocellulosic biomass sources such as agricultural leftovers, forestry waste, and specific energy crops. Lignofuels, also known as advanced biofuels, are a viable alternative to traditional fossil fuels that help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Concerns about climate change and the demand for sustainable energy sources have led to a rise in interest in lignofuels throughout the Asia-Pacific area. Government initiatives and legislation encouraging the use of renewable energy, together with the region's plentiful biomass resources, have spurred the expansion of the APAC lignofuel industry.

Lignofuels provide various benefits, including lower carbon emissions, increased energy security, and the possibility for rural economic development by employing locally accessible biomass feedstocks. Furthermore, lignofuels can be utilized as a direct substitute for traditional fuels, allowing for a seamless transition in existing infrastructure and automobiles.

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Despite increased interest, the APAC lignofuel market is still confronted with constraints such as high production costs, limited commercial-scale implementation, and the need for technological breakthroughs in biomass conversion processes. However, with increased investments in R&D and favorable government legislation, the APAC lignofuel market has great growth potential.

The report provides market segmentation by End User (Automotive, Aerospace, Marine) ; by Source (Dedicated Energy Crops, Agricultural Residue, Forest Residue, Urban Waste) and by Processing Technology (Thermochemical, Biochemical). The report also provides market segmentation by region (Asia-Pacific and Japan – Japan, India, ASEAN, and Rest-of-Asia-Pacific and Japan).

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Spencer Chapman

Source: Market Research Direct
Filed Under: Energy

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