LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Technavio has announced the top six leading vendors in their recent global heat recovery steam generator (HRSG) market report. This research report also lists six other prominent vendors that are expected to impact the market during the forecast period.
Competitive vendor landscape
According to the report, the global HRSG market is characterized by the presence of established vendors. In several regions, local or regional vendors dominate the market, increasing the competition in the market. AC Boilers, Alstom, B&W, CMI, Foster Wheeler, and Nooter/Eriksen are the major vendor in the market. They have a large portfolio of power plant related equipment and services, which can be customized according to customer requirements. These vendors also have high capital resources and dedicated R&D funds for developing new technologies. This is a challenge for medium and small vendors who have fewer resources.
Vishu Rai, a lead power research expert at Technavio, says, “Vendors such as Nooter/Eriksen and Siemens extend their technology license to other vendors for development of HRSG, which increases the technology presence globally. New HRSG technologies are being developed to meet new emission regulations, for efficient production with higher productivity, and lower cost of implementation.”
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Top six vendors for heat recovery steam generator
AC Boilers offers a wide range of steam generator technologies such as coal, oil, and gas-fired utility boilers; HRSGs for CCPP; biomass and waste-to-energy boilers; and low NOx firing systems.
AC Boilers provides different types of HRSGs such as the horizontal natural circulation type, the horizontal once-through BENSON type, the vertical assisted circulation type, the post-firing, and the multi-pressure type.
In December 2015, the company signed two contracts with EEHC for designing, engineering, supplying, installing, and commissioning 12 HRSGs. The 12 HRSGs will be installed at Al Shabab (eight units) and West Damietta (four units) at the combined cycle power plants in Egypt.
Alstom was founded in 1928 and is headquartered in Levallois-Perret, Paris, France. Alstom provides a broad range of HRSGs for both the 50 Hz and 60 Hz market. It offers HRSGs as a standalone component for any type of gas turbine and steam cycle. The company also offers HRSGs for steam-tail applications that can be integrated with an Alstom steam turbines.
Alstom offers HRSGs that can be restructured and used for different types of gas turbines and steam cycles. The products are suitable for high-cycling plants as its HRSGs provide high thermal flexibility for fast start-up and a broad range of modular options for optimum solutions.
Amec Foster Wheeler
Amec Foster Wheeler was founded in 1927 and is headquartered in Baar, Canton of Zug, and Switzerland. The company operates across the globe through its two business groups: Global Engineering and Construction Group and the Global Power Group.
Amec Foster Wheeler offers HRSGs for all applications varying from large utility combined cycle power plants to small cogeneration and industrial facilities. The company provides a wide range of after-market services to solve the problems and increase the reliability and efficiency of its HRSG's products.
B&W, founded in 1867, provides energy products, services, and premier advanced technology. The company offers design, engineering, manufacturing, and construction management services to nuclear, renewable, fossil industrial, power, and government customers globally.
B&W has supplied over 300 HRSGs worldwide. The company provides reliable systems which are ideal for combustion turbines ranging from 10 MW to over 250 MW. Prominent features of its HRSG include fast startup, optimized circulation system, and rapid response capabilities, which make use of patented FastCirc vertical separator.
CMI, headquartered in Belgium, manufactures machinery for steel plants, industrial heat recovery equipment, boilers, shunting locomotives, and military equipment.
CMI offers HRSG for combined cycle and cogeneration power plants. It offers gas turbines from 30 MW up to 280+ MW. The company provides heat recovery generators to major turbine brands such as GE, Ansaldo, Siemens, Alstom, and MHI.
CMI manufactures a wide range of steam generators. The company provides steam generators with natural, once through circulation, single to four-wide configuration, hot and cold casing design, and integrated solar combined cycle boilers.
Nooter/Eriksen is an independent supplier of natural circulation heat recovery steam generators. It is installed behind gas turbines and supplies custom-designed heat recovery systems.
Nooter/Eriksen Srl, a subsidiary of Nooter/Eriksen specializes in the design, fabrication, and supply of HRSG in Europe and the MEA.
Nooter/Eriksen supplies diverse applications such as coke ovens, incinerators, and other heat recovery applications. It provides products such as once-through steam generators for enhanced oil recovery; BENSON once-through HRSGs; HRSGs for integrated gasification combined cycle application, and simple cycle systems.
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