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Promoting biogasse cogen in Pakistan
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Growing popularity of self-generation in the UK
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p0rchcse scheme in lhe UK, cnc mcre L0sinesses cre wcrming lc lhe icec cf green pcwer
self-generation.
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CHP in Belgiums Flanders
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Cover photograph: The Moskogen
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The operators of a CHP plant at
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Portugal were struggling to run the
plant in the most economic way
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of the cost and constantly varying
site demands. We fnd out how
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The heat is on
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his editors letter is not about a
famous 1980s song but about new
opportunities for cogen/CHP and
on-site power production. This June,
Maria van der Hoeven, executive director of
the International Energy Agency (IEA), cited
its recent report by stating that in fve years
time, 25% of the worlds electricity supply will
come from renewable sources. This will be
predominantly the result of a steady growth
in the installed capacity of wind turbines and
photovoltaic panels. Generators based on
biomass and biogas are also expected to
contribute to the increase.
Reducing the use of fossil fuels and the
associated emissions is the main reason that
renewable energy is now globally promoted.
Government-introduced incentive schemes
compensate investors in renewable energy
sources in case of negative fnancial yields. As
a result, some countries have so many wind
turbines and solar panels that the traditional
electricity generators are at times almost
completely excluded from the grid. Examples
are found in Germany and Denmark.
Nevertheless, the intermittency of
renewables ensure that fuel-based power
plants still have to fll the gaps when the sun
sets, the wind subsides or demand changes.
Traditional power plants running on coal,
for example, lack the necessary fexibility
for this. Moreover, if only 1 GW of power from
dispatchable power plants remains on line
for a total demand of 10 GW, a substantial
number of generating units should deliver
this 1 GW. Having just two larger units of each
500 MW in parallel providing this 1 GW could
result in insuffcient reliability. Distributed
generators, in contrast, have the right capacity
and the right properties to provide fast ramping
up and down of their output to enable the
application of renewable electricity sources.
Policy makers often focus on making
electricity production sustainable. Yet,
there is a substantial demand for heat in
the world, not only for space heating but
also for sanitary water and for industries.
Cogeneration systems have proven to
provide electricity and heat at very high fuel
effciency, sometimes exceeding 90%.
If the demand patterns of power and
heat do not fully coincide, heat storage
offers a solution. Storing heat in water tanks is
relatively cheap. The nice thing now is that in
times of surplus electricity from renewables,
and consequently low electricity prices,
heating coils can easily be used to heat
the water in such storage tanks. The extra
investment costs are almost negligible. This
can be seen as an integrated solution to
make district heating systems and stand-
alone cogeneration units even greener.
Distributed electricity generation can
also help to stabilize voltage by injecting
reactive power into the grid. Reactive power
needs are best solved locally to avoid high
transmission losses.
Ultimately, the prediction by the IEA
about a gradual increase in the fraction of
renewable electricity sources is a positive
message for cogeneration and on-site
power production. The utilisation factor of
such generators might decrease somewhat
compared with that in the past, but a
reduction in global fuel consumption has
always been the intention.
Nevertheless, distributed generation
and cogeneration based on units of a
moderate power capacity each will be
an indispensable link in any future power
supply systems.
Jacob Klimstra
Managing Editor
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Sydney aims for major
trigeneration plan
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magine a major global city planning
to cut its (mainly coal-fred) carbon
emissions by 70% by 2030, through
the development of a co-ordinated,
decentralized network of gas and
refuse-fuelled trigeneration schemes.
That city is Sydney, Australia, which
has just adopted a Trigeneration
Master Plan to add fesh to the bones
of its 2008 Sustainable Sydney 2030
the Vision report.
The original vision set out a path for
reaching the carbon reduction target
through the use of a wide range
of measures improving energy
effciency, encouraging people to
cycle and walk, utilizing waste as a
resource, converting non-recyclable
waste to energy, recycling water,
renewable energy and crucially
a decentralized energy network,
powered by a series of trigeneration
schemes.
Central to Sydneys vision are what
it calls green transformers the
co-location of trigeneration plants
with waste collection/treatment and
recycled water treatment plants to
make low-carbon precincts. These
transformers expected to deliver the
greatest reduction in greenhouse gas
emissions.
So far, so ambitious. The city aims
to replace electricity supplied to city
buildings from remote, coal-fred,
electricity-only power stations; with
power from local, smaller-scale, gas
engine-based trigeneration plants
that will also feed hot and, using
absorption chilling equipment,
chilled water around local thermal
energy networks. Buildings in Sydney
need cooling as well as heating
hence trigeneration as opposed
to cogeneration. Aside from system
effciency gains, the new infrastructure
will also eliminate the losses caused
by transmitting coal-fred electricity
into the city from remote generating
plants.
Some 350 MWe of new trigen
schemes will eventually be needed
to deliver the planned carbon
reductions. Individual schemes are
likely to be based on gas engines,
will each be less than 30 MWe in size,
and will be developed by a variety
of energy services agreements. The
frst of these low-carbon precinct
agreements was signed in March
this year for plant to serve buildings
being developed in the Broadway
area of the city. Sydney acknowledges
that four-ffths of the buildings to be
present in the City in 2030 are already
built, so the local energy schemes will
have to connect existing, as well as
new buildings.
Theres still a long way to go in
Sydney, but the city is beneftting from
experience gained in London by its
Chief Development Offcer for Energy
& Climate Change, Allan Jones, who
previously did this type of work for the
London Climate Change Agency, in
pre-recession days. The UK capital
continues to work towards a target of
a quarter of its energy to be supplied
from decentralized sources by 2025. A
London Heat Map has been drawn-up
to highlight the best opportunities
for new cogeneration (less need for
cooling in London) schemes.
In both cities, the involvement of
private sector funding is, of course,
crucial. Costs for establishing new
district energy infrastructure mainly
underground hot and chilled water
pipelines can be very high indeed.
The standard practice is for local
government to commit its own
buildings to provide baseloads
for new district energy schemes;
simultaneously persuading private
sector operators to do the same.
So will Sydney realise its ambitions
for new decentralized energy
schemes? Theres no doubting the
scale of the ambition shown in the
plans. The city seems to have many of
the ingredients for success a bold,
ambitious plan, solid support from
local government, and the interest of
the private sector.
The case for cogeneration and
trigeneration is, of course, well-
understood by readers of COSPP. In
many cases, the effciency gains from
replacing old, ineffcient, remote and
electricity-only power generation with
modern, highly effcient, modular and
local technology are high indeed.
Whether high enough to attract
suffcient investment to fund initial
capital costs the City of Sydney is
currently fnding out.
Steve Hodgson
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Comment
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or many reasons, historians
consider the city of Boston
in the British Colony of
Massachusetts, the birthplace
of the American Revolution.
While the US recently celebrated
Independence Day on 4 July in
honour of the ratifcation of the
Declaration of Independence, there
were in fact many other key events
and forces that moved the Colonies
to the tipping point where they were
willing to risk their lives and property
rather than continue under British
rule.
On December 16, 1773, the Sons
of Liberty in Boston rose up against
taxation without representation
and destroyed the cargo of the
East India Company by dumping
342 chests of tea into Boston Harbor.
Today, we may think of the Tea
Party as a conservative political
movement, however, for over 200
years it has been a symbol of
revolution and the ability of the
people to triumph against the forces
of government. Boston was also the
home of a silversmith and patriot
named Paul Revere, who became
famous for his midnight ride warning
of an imminent attack by the British
and for the intelligence strategy of
communicating whether the troops
were coming by the land route or
by sea across the Charles River. He
instructed the sexton of the North
Church to light one lantern in the
steeple to signal the land route and
two if they were coming by sea.
While Boston may be steeped
in revolutionary war history, it will
also be the site for discussion of
a much more modern revolution
and power struggle that is
taking place in the way that we
produce and deliver energy. From
19 November to 21 November, WADE
will be meeting with the Northeast
Clean Heat and Power Initiative
for a discussion of decentralized
energy policy, technology and
commercial opportunities.
Among the notable speakers and
guests will be Christoph Burger,
who along with Jens Weinmann,
authored The Decentralized Energy
Revolution, Business Strategies for
a New Paradigm. As they explain:
The value proposition offered by
decentralized generation differs
fundamentally from the current
energy system confguration: It turns
the one-way street from producer
to consumer upside-down. It
enables every household, as well
as all types of commercial and
industrial consumers, to become
active agents and autonomous
providers of energy, either for [their]
own consumption purposes or
to generate revenues by feeding
electricity into the central grid.
While this revolution is driven
not only by a search for self-
determination and control, it is also
fueled by a need for clean, reliable
and affordable electricity. The
developments in fossil and renewable
power generation technology and
in the production of abundant
supplies of natural gas are forcing
all consumers to take a fresh look at
the centralized grid model of power
delivery and question whether there
are better solutions for our energy
future. In the aftermath of Hurricane
Sandy, the need for a more resilient
and robust power system has never
been greater, and decentralized
energy technologies are in the lead
as potential answers.
We urge you to come to Boston
for this groundbreaking meeting
and dialogue and to meet with
customers, colleagues, friends and
industry leaders from the region
and around the globe. For those
with a thirst for knowledge, we will
be holding a technical workshop
on CHP and trigen systems at the
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A
fter many false
starts and delays,
Pakistan appears
to be ready to
expand its bagasse-based
cogeneration output.
It was in March, ahead of
the countrys general election,
which saw the frst handover
of one elected government to
another, that a policy to scale
up cogeneration through
the use of sugar mills was
announced by the cabinets
Economic Co-ordination
Committee. Pakistan is aiming
to persuade its 83 sugar mills
to start producing electricity
on a commercial basis, The
expansion would build on the
experience of some pioneering
cogeneration projects already
built in Pakistans sugar sector,
which have demonstrated
such development is feasible.
The incentives planned
by the government include
Pakistan would gain much if it greatly scaled up its cogeneration fred by this sugar mill
by-product. But is its new plan to do so more promising than previous failed initiatives,
ask Rahimullah Yusufzai and Robert Stokes
Bagasse,
sweet success this time round?
Sugarcane being crushed in a rudimentary machine in Charsadda, a rural area near Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Credit: Mohammad Sajjad
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Promoting biogasse cogeneration in Pakistan
an attractive upfront power
purchase tariff and help
towards capital fnancing.
A widespread sense of
urgency exists among most
political parties in Pakistan to
overcome bureaucratic red
tape and make use of every
resource to generate electricity
to meet the acute shortages
that are causing social unrest,
affecting industrial production
and slowing down the
economy.
For this reason the new
policy framed within
the Framework for Power
Cogeneration 2013 Bagasse
and Biomass, itself an annex to
the governments renewable
energy policy is expected
to be continued in the new
government of Mohammad
Nawaz Sharif and his Pakistan
Muslim League (N) party,
which came to power in the 11
May election.
One of the frst things that the
two-time former premier Sharif
did when he came to power
and even before assuming the
position of prime minister was
to set up a team of experts to
come up with short and long-
term proposals to tackle the
countrys crippling energy
crisis. Plans to diversify the
sources of energy also came
under discussion because the
rising prices of fossil fuels are
hitting the already depressed
economy hard.
A few days later, Sharifs
younger brother Shahbaz
Sharif called a meeting of
government offcials, sugar
mills owners and experts to
discuss proposals for electricity
generation from bagasse, or
crushed sugarcane. Shahbaz
Sharif is the chief minister of
Pakistans most populous
and economically advanced
province, Punjab. He gave
a committee of government
offcials and members of the
Pakistan Sugar Mills Owners
Association (PSMA) until 29
May to fnalise and submit a
plan to this effect.
Previous attempts
However, this is not the frst
time that the Sharif brothers
and others in power have
focused attention on bagasse
in a bid to diversify Pakistans
energy sources. Four years
ago, Shahbaz Sharif invited
sugar mill owners to work out
a plan for utilizing their plants
and waste feedstock to fuel
the cogeneration of electricity
and heat on a commercial
basis to meet the growing
demand for energy. However,
discussions stalled over issues
such as setting the tariff for
the electricity that the mills
would produce and sell to
the state-owned Water and
Power Development Authority
(WAPDA).
Today, the team of the
Pakistan Muslim League (N),
headed by Nawaz Sharif in
the central government, and
Shahbaz Sharif in the Punjab,
appears keen to use every
resource to produce more
electricity and stave off protests
by consumers. However,
unluckily for them, the general
election took place when the
weather becomes hot and
the demand for electricity
increases. The two brothers
were installed in power in
the frst week of June when
the temperatures in most of
the country rise to over 40C
and shortfalls in power reach
phenomenal levels.
On 27 May, for example,
the total generation from
all sources, including hydro,
thermal and nuclear, was
10,500 MW against a demand
of 17,500 MW. Inevitably a
series of load-shedding power
cuts followed.
Promising option
The bagasse option does have
promise, however. Pakistan
is the ffth largest sugarcane
producer in the world. Forty-
fve of its 83 sugar mills are
located in Punjab, with most
of the remaining mills in Sindh
province and some in Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa, which borders
Afghanistan and was formerly
called North West Frontier
province. The total installed
sugarcane crushing capacity
in the country is around
65 million tonnes per season.
Pakistans annual sugar
production is reported to be
5 million tonnes.
In addition there are
19 distilleries that process
the molasses by-product
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into ethanol. These have a
combined capacity of around
400,000 tonnes. Until 2005 most
of the molasses was exported
but the situation changed as
companies adjusted to the
demands of the market and
began exporting ethanol as a
value-added product instead
of molasses. Thus, some could
now be used as a domestic
power feedstock.
All the sugar mills have
an in-house bagasse-based
power generation capability
but they use ineffcient boilers
and primitive back-pressure
small turbines to generate
power. A Punjab government
offcial has said a sugar mill
produces on average of
23 MW of electricity to meet
its energy requirements.
Hussain Ahmad Siddiqui,
former chairman of the State
Engineering Corporation,
opined that a sugar mill
crushing 2000 tonnes of
cane daily could, if the waste
is effectively harnessed,
generate 11 MW of electricity.
He said a mill could use 2 MW
for its own consumption and
sell the remaining electricity to
the grid.
According to government
offcials and experts, it could
be possible to produce
20003000 MW of electricity
from local bagasse during the
sugarcane crushing season,
which normally begins in
October and continues for
about 120 days. However, last
year the former chief offcial for
the Ministry of Water and Power,
Secretary Zafar Mahmood,
was more conservative. He
said Pakistan could generate
1500 MW of electricity daily by
using bagasse once the sugar
mills were able to acquire
effcient machinery. Other
government offcials, such as
Jehanzeb Khan, the secretary
of the Punjab governments
energy department, feel a
more realistic fgure would be
8001000 MW to begin with,
which could be increased
gradually to 15002000 MW.
Mill owners have said
rice husk, cotton and wheat
stocks, coal and other locally
available raw materials could
be used to generate electricity
during the rest of the year.
A more appealing aspect
of power generation by sugar
mills would be to bring much-
needed electricity to rural
communities because the mills
are mostly in those areas. The
power would also be available
during the winter, when
hydropower is reduced due
to the decreased fow of rivers.
As one offcial put it, it would
be nice to complement the
countrys power generation
by making available bagasse-
generated electricity to the
national grid at a time when
there is less production of
hydroelectric power, which
is a major power source in
Pakistan.
Slow progress
Although successive
governments in Pakistan
began paying attention to
the potential of bagasse
producing electricity many
years ago, the progress in
making this happen has
been slow. In November
2005, the cabinet Economic
Co-ordination Committee
approved plans for increasing
the existing capacity of the
cogeneration power plants to
700 MW but, as with the more
recent arguments on the issue
in Punjab, the sugar industry
was not keen as it wanted a
higher tariff for power sales to
cover the cost of investment
for upgrading their boilers and
related machines.
In January 2006, the
government released its
National Policy for Power
Co-Generation by Sugar
Industry, which offered
incentives to sugar mills.
However, only one major
company showed interest,
Fatima Sugar Mills. It wanted to
build a dual-fuel power plant
to generate 125 MW, using
natural gas as a secondary
fuel. The project, however, did
not take off. The policy was
revised in January 2008 in
consultation with the PSMA,
with government backing for
a series of 60+ MW projects to
produce a total of 1000 MW on
a commercial basis by 2010
and doubling the capacity by
2012, yet Fatimas project still
stalled.
In June 2008, the National
Electric Power Regulatory
Authority (NEPRA) announced
an indicative tariff of
US$0.083/kWh for a period
of 30 years of a projects life.
The PSMA however found it
unacceptable. Subsequently,
NEPRA offered an upfront tariff
of $0.093/kWh, but the PSMA
wanted $0.11/kWh.
These failures represent
one reason why the outgoing
Pakistan Peoples Party-led
coalition government has
been criticised for neglecting
the energy sector during its
fve-year rule after the 2008
general election. But on
8 February, towards the end
of its rule, Chaudhry Ahmad
Mukhtar, the water and
power minister, presided over
a meeting in Islamabad on
the fast-track development
of bagasse-based power
generation projects. It aimed
Villagers in Charsadda, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, carrying sugarcane stalks (left) and bagasse (right) Credit: Mohammad Sajjad
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to approve a draft national
policy for cogeneration by
utilising bagasse and biomass
the policy released in March.
A delegation headed by
PSMA chairman Shunaid
Qureshi also attended
the meeting and received
assurances that a reasonable
upfront tariff would be given
for fast-track projects and
the producers would have
the option to sell electricity
to distribution companies
working under WAPDA or the
Central Power Purchasing
Agency.
The meeting heard that
around 12 million tonnes of
bagasse annually generated
by the sugar mills should
be used for cogeneration
rather than being wastefully
incinerated. It would reduce
imports of costly furnace oil
and save foreign exchange,
the meeting also noted. It has
been calculated by experts
and the PSMA that $500 million
could be saved in fuel costs
by consumers if 2000 MW is
generated from bagasse. The
foreign exchange savings for
the country through the use of
this indigenous fuel in place of
imported heavy fuel oil is said
to exceed $1 billion annually.
Immediately after the
election, NEPRA approved
PKR10.5 ($0.11) per kWh as
an upfront tariff for sugar mills
utilising bagasse, and the
Alternate Energy Development
Board was tasked to progress
bagasse-based projects under
the governments umbrella
renewable energy policy. A
NEPRA spokesman said at
the time that the move could
encourage sugar mills to
generate around 1500 MW
of electricity on a fast-track
basis. Government offcials
and experts have calculated
that the cost of hydropower is
PKR2.50 ($0.02) per kWh while
it is around PKR5 ($0.5) per
kWh if gas is used to generate
power. Electricity generated by
standard thermal plants cost
PKR1418 ($0.140.18), while
diesel-based generation costs
PKR2328 ($0.230.28) per kWh.
Scepticism remains
Some of the sugar mill owners
remain sceptical of the
governments promises and
wish they had been made
earlier. Iskander Khan, a director
at the privately-owned Premier
Sugar Mills, Frontier Sugar Mills
and Chashma Sugar Mills, in
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, says if
NEPRA had offered $0.11 in
2008, the sugar mills would
have started operations by
now, saving precious foreign
exchange due to reduced
demand for furnace oil.
Khan also says his aim
is to make electricity the
main product and sugar
the by-product of the sugar
mills in due course. We are
producing enough electricity
from bagasse to run our sugar
mills and would be happy to
produce more by installing
pressure boilers, provided the
tariff being offered is attractive,
he says. Lamenting the missed
opportunities, he adds that
the new government should
streamline its policies and
adhere to decisions taken in
meetings with the corporate
sector to overcome the crises
facing the economy.
Javed Kiyani, who served
as PSMA chairman from
201012, is also critical of
the government for failing
to offer a reasonable tariff
to the sugar industry in
the past. The previous
government was interested
in projects [involving] rental
power and those proposed
by independent power
producers, he says, as
those in authority could
demand commissions to fll
their pockets. There was little
interest in cheaper sources of
energy and renewable energy
projects. He also points out
that Pakistan has lacked a
comprehensive sugar policy
while neighbouring India
devised one many years ago,
increasing sugar exports and
encouraging sugar mills to
produce 3500 MW of electricity
from bagasse and biomass.
According to Kiyani,
Pakistan had the potential
to substantially increase
bagasse-generated electricity
from the current 225250 MW
by pursuing realistic policies.
From the 48 million tonnes
of sugarcane that is crushed,
Pakistan produces 15 million
tonnes of bagasse, he says.
One tonne of steam is
generated from two tonnes
of bagasse. By installing
high-pressure boilers in place
of low-pressure [types], our
sugar mills would be able to
effciently use bagasse for
electricity generation and sell
it to the national grid.
When reminded that NEPRA
had offered a better upfront
tariff to the sugar mills owners
by raising it from $0.098/
kWh to $0.11, Kiyani says the
20% devaluation of Pakistani
currency and the rising costs
of machinery mean that the
tariff had to be raised to make
it competitive and attractive to
the owners.
Kiyani and other mills
owners also complain that
they can no longer sell their
surplus electricity to the
national grid because NEPRA
last year instructed the mills to
frst obtain a power generation
licence. More than 200 MW of
our surplus electricity is being
Pakistans neighbour India can offer good practice on bagasse cogen if the
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generates renewable heat and power from the waste bagasse
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wasted as the mills couldnt
sell it last year, he says, adding
that mill owners did not apply
for generation licences as they
frst wanted the tariff issue to be
sorted out with NEPRA.
Good reception
Pakistans progress towards
a more supportive policy for
cogeneration in general and
bagasse or biomass co-fred
projects in particular has been
welcomed by international
groups promoting these forms
of heat and power production.
As our own reports
show, theres an abundant
opportunity for the wider
use of bagasse-based
cogeneration in sugarcane-
producing countries and to
contribute substantially to high
effciency energy production,
but this potential remains
largely unexploited, says Syed
Hassan, programme director
at the World Alliance for
Decentralized Energy (WADE),
which works to increase the
market share of cogen and
on-site renewables in the
global power mix.
Hassan summarises the
Pakistani situation in this way:
The governments framework
for power generation based
on bagasse offers a very
attractive power purchase
agreement, high price per
unit, tax holidays, accelerated
depreciation, almost 20%
return on investment, and
import duty exemption on
plants and equipment. The
government agencies are
also being directed to look at
assistance with fnancing and
feasibility studies.
He adds that the time is
ripe to raise global awareness
of what Pakistan has to offer
in this regard. Bagasse and
biomass power generation
offers great potential for global
vendors, says Hassan.
Opportunities
Pakistan does have native
companies that are more than
capable of making equipment
for cogeneration and on-site
power plants that use
bagasse, biomass or biogas
produced from molasses. They
include Descon Engineering, a
Karachi-based multinational,
which has worked worldwide
to help equip cogeneration
projects.
However, if the new policy
unlocks new domestic
projects and results in the
upgrading of older generating
equipment, there will be
greater opportunities for
foreign suppliers or designers
of equipment such as stokers,
boilers and steam turbines,
and for consultants of various
kinds.
As of 31 January, seven
cogen proposals linked to
sugar mills and totalling
585 MW were on the table,
according to the private
power and infrastructure
board of Pakistans Ministry
of Water and Power, with the
majority in Punjab These are:
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project near Rahim Yar Khan;
the Ramazan Energy/Sharif
Groups and Ramaz Sugar
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near Sujawal in Sindh province;
and Etihad Power Generations
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However, foreign frms with recent direct
experience of selling into the country
include Brazilian equipment maker NG
Metalurgica, which in 2005 made an HB 420
model 9 Type B multi-stage steam turbine
for the Almoiz bagasse cogen project,
a 27-MW facility generating power for
Lahore-based Almoiz Industries Paharpur
sugar mill, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The output of the NG Metalurgica back-
pressure turbine is 12 MW, with rotation
speeds of 9250 rpm for the turbine and
1500 rpm for other equipment. The steam
conditions are: a temperature of 480C,
an inlet pressure 4500 kPa and an exhaust
pressure of 300 kPa.
A separate condensing extraction
turbo-generator of 15 MW for Almoiz
was made in 2006 by the Guangzhou
Guangzhong Enterprise Group of
Guangzhou, China.
The Almoiz project demonstrates what
scope there is to do business in Pakistan
without necessarily being there. Descon
Engineering, for example, provided two
80 tonnes/h, 6500 kPa high-pressure
boilers for the plant. These were based
on the latest designs from Eckrohrkessel
of Berlin, Germany, which licenses out
engineering designs to manufacturers
worldwide. Similarly, ipro Consulting of
Kalsruhe, Germany, was the engineering
consultant on the project.
Det Norske Veritas Certifcation of
Norway has conducted validation
analysis and reports for bagasse and
biomass cogeneration and on-site power
production in Pakistan, and Ecoenergy
of Sao Paolo, Brazil, has provided
carbon market consultancy for bagasse
cogeneration in Pakistan and South
America.
First Climate of Zurich, Switzerland, a
world-leading carbon asset management
and consultancy company, was involved
in a recent project that established
cogeneration from biogas produced
from molasses left over in sugar refning at
Shakarganj Mills in Jhang, Punjab. While,
GE Jenbacher of Austria, has supplied
eight 1 MW JGS320 gas generators
and the gas dehumidifcation unit for
the project. A desulphurisation unit to
sweeten the gas came from Denmarks
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Trailblazer projects such as Almoiz
and Shakarganj could encourage other
Pakistani sugar mills to consider new
or upgraded cogeneration plants as
part of the new government policy. And
international suppliers and consultants
may be encouraged to participate in
such cogen projects in Pakistan because
they know that external development
agencies are likely to support the projects.
These include international development
fnancial institutions such as the Asian
Development Bank, which already has
in place incentives that include debt
fnancing and meeting part of the cost
of initial feasibility studies. Its priorities for
co-operation and investment in Pakistan
include the all-important energy security.
Rahimullah Yusufzai and Robert Stokes
are freelance journalists specializing in
energy matters. Rahimullah is based in
Peshawar.
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output is about 400 GWh of
district heating and 130 GWh
of electricity per year, providing
about 90% of the district
heating consumed in the city
of Kalmar.
When biomass or other
high-moisture fuel are fred, it
is quite common to boost the
effciency of a plant by using
fue gas condensing systems,
which can help to raise the
overall plant effciency to 110%
or more.
The heat effect of fue gas
condensing depends on the
fuel moisture content and
the temperature of the return
water in the district heating.
High fuel moisture content and
low return temperature of the
district heating water enable a
high heat effect, which makes
fue gas condensing very
interesting in an economic
sense.
Figure 1 shows how a
greater content of moisture in
the fuel means the fue gas
contains more moisture and
has a higher dew point. The
process of condensing fue
gas produces hot water at a
dew point temperature that
again depends mainly on the
fuel moisture content.
Biomass-fred boilers
produce fue gas that contains
plenty of heat (mainly latent
heat) because the moisture
content of the fuel is relatively
high. As the fue moisture is
in a vapour form, it has high
enthalpy, which is measured
in kJ/kg.
Energy is released when the
water vapour condenses, a
process that occurs when the
temperature of the fue gas
falls to that of the water dew
point, in other words when the
relative humidity is 100%. About
1 m
3
of condensed water per
hour corresponds to 1 MW of
recovered heat.
In the case of biomass-
fuelled plants the temperature
of the hot water produced
in the fue gas condensing
process is typically 6570C.
Although a CHP plant
commonly uses this hot water
to raise the temperature of
the return water in the district
heating system, there can be
other consumers of the heat,
such as large-scale industrial
processes. So the higher the
temperature of the water
produced by the fue gas
condensing process, the more
energy can be transferred to
the district heating system.
Figure 2 shows how a
typical district heating systems
return water temperature
varies according to the heat
demand in the network. A
high return temperature limits
heat transfer from the fue
gas condensate to the district
heating water.
In the case of Kalmar, the
high temperature of the return
water in summer occurs when
the CHP plant is shut down
and the heat plant provides
hot water to the Moskogen
plant. Figure 3 shows the
approximate heat recovery
potential at Moskogen as
the temperature of the return
water changes.
A combustion air humidifer
uses waste heat from the fue
gas to raise the temperature
of the combustion air, which
allows additional moisture
to transfer into it. After the
humidifer, the relative moisture
content of the combustion air
can reach 100%.
Figure 4 shows how the
addition of moisture to the
combustion air which
increases the fue gas moisture
content increases the
condensing heat effect.
Combustion air
humidifcation is an effective
method to increase heat
production. However, its use
requires some optimization of
the operation of a CHP plant
because the increase in the
condensing heat effect can
reduce the electrical effect.
Two-stage scrubbing
At Moskogen, an electrostatic
precipitator removes particles
from the fue gas coming
from the BFB. The fue gas
then passes to a two-stage
condensing scrubber. A frst
washing process occurs in a
spray stage, with a packed bed
performing the fnal cleaning.
The scrubber removes oxides
of sulphur, ammonia slip and
any remaining particles.
Condensation takes place
in the scrubber, where the
condensate is pumped over
a packed bed layer. In the
packed bed, heat from the
water-saturated fue gas is
transferred to the condensate.
The condensate is continuously
pumped through a set of plate
Figure 1. The direct correlation between the moisture content of the fuel and
the moisture level in the fue gas and its dew point temperature
Figure 3. The heat recovery potential as the temperature of the district
heating return water at the Moskogen CHP plant changes
Figure 2. The variability in the return temperature of the district heating water
at the Moskogen CHP plant over a year
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Biomass-fred CHP plant optimization
heat exchangers to transfer
the heat to the district heating
return water its temperature
after the heat exchangers is
typically 60C.
After the fue gas condenser,
the district heating water
fows through the turbine
condensers and is heated to
the actual temperature set
point of the departing district
heating water, which typically
ranges from 85C to 100C.
Operational profle
Moskogen typically starts
up for the heating season
in September, when heat
demand is high enough for
the minimum load operation
of the boiler. The plant is in
operation through the entire
heating season, and typically
shuts down in early June, when
heat demand is too low for
operation at minimum load.
In winter, the heat effect
from fue gas condensing
amounts to nearly 30% of
the total plant heat effect.
Figure 5 shows how the plants
production of electricity and
district heat varied between
the plants startup in 2009
and summer 2012. The fgure
also displays the change in
the district heat effect from
fue gas condensing over the
same period.
Moskogen employs
combustion air humidifcation
most of the time, but not in
early autumn and late spring.
The CHP plant operates for
about 260 days annually, with
the duration of the scheduled
summer shutdown in the
region of 100 days.
Optimizing operations
The most important variable
for heat and electricity
production in a CHP plant is
the heat demand in the district
heating system, which in turn
depends on the weather. At
ambient air temperatures of
0C or lower, the heat demand
load is high enough to allow
full operation of the CHP plant,
the fue gas condenser and
the air humidifer.
This heat demand
decreases at higher ambient
temperatures, when the CHP
cannot run at full load. In this
situation there are alternative
ways to optimize the energy
production of the plant.
The most important
variables are the price
achieved for the electricity
sold and the cost of fuel. If the
ratio of the two is high enough,
it becomes proftable to limit
fue gas condensing and
keep up steam production
in the boiler. This enables full
electricity production, even
though the plants full heat
output potential cannot
be delivered to the district
heating system. Moskogen
is also equipped with a hot
water accumulator to enable
shorter term optimization
between heat and electricity
production.
The limitation of heat
recovery in the fue gas
condensing process is
carried out in steps. The frst
step involves turning off the
air humidifer. In the second,
condensate fow from the
condensing scrubber to the
heat exchangers is reduced
and the minimum heat output
from the fue gas condensing
is determined on the basis of
the maximum temperature of
the packed bed layer or the
minimum condensate fow of
about 5 m
3
/h.
The minimum condensate
fow is maintained to avoid the
concentration of solids in the
scrubber. It is also possible to
stop the condensate fow to the
heat exchangers, but then the
scrubber consumes expensive
city water for cooling and
makeup, so this is done only
at minimum load just before
plant shutdown. This strategy
avoids starting up other boilers
that use more expensive fuels,
such as dry wood powder.
Planning of the operation
takes place on a weekly basis.
Plans are reviewed daily and
adjusted for weather and
ambient temperature.
In summary
Thus in winter, the CHP plant
is operated at a full load with
fue gas condensing and
combustion air humidifcation
in full operation. At this time
of year fue gas condensing
produces about 28% of the
plant heat effect. Without
combustion air humidifcation
the additional heat effect
would be slightly lower at 22%.
At the end of the heating
season, the operation of
fue gas condensing and
combustion air humidifcation
is adjusted. When summer
approaches and heat
demand in the district heating
system decreases towards the
minimum load of the boiler,
fue gas condensing is limited.
The frst step is to turn off the
air humidifer, then reduce the
condensate fow.
Daniel Jedfelt is operation
manager at Kalmar
Energi Vrme AB, Sweden,
Risto Etelaho is product
manager at BFB Metso
Power Oy, Finland and
Tarja Korhonen is product
manager, Environmental
Systems, at Metso Power Oy,
Finland.
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effects between 2009 and 2012
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Growing popularity of self-generation in the UK
C
o g e n e r a t i o n
specialist ENER-G
has seen an
a c c e l e r a t e d
uptake of its discount energy
scheme as the economic
downturn continues to hit
the UKs small-to-medium
(SME) enterprises and
organizations hard.
According to the company,
its pay-as-you-save Discount
Energy Purchase scheme,
which was pioneered in the
1990s, gives cash-strapped
organizations access to
energy-effcient combined
heat and power (CHP)
technology, without any
upfront investment. The cost of
the CHP system is paid for via
a competively-priced metered
energy charge.
ENER-G reported earlier this
year that it had now sold
more than half its small-
scale cogen systems to UK
business customers under
the scheme.
The discount energy
purchase concept is simple
and places virtually no risk on
our clients, says sales director
Ian Hopkins, explaining that
customers at times of recession
do not want to tap into capital
savings or take out expensive
loans.
He adds, that because
the cogeneration system is
highly effcient ENER-G is able
to charge customers less for
electrical output than from
the grid and provide free
heat, while still recouping
adequate funds to cover the
investment cost and ongoing
maintenance of the system.
Our clients can use their
capital to fund core projects
and sit back and enjoy bottom-
line savings from CHP, which
can achieve cost savings of
up to 40% compared with
electricity from the grid and
heat generated by on-site
boilers.
Furthermore, CHP systems
primed by natural gas, or other
fossial fuels, can cut carbon
emissions by about 20%,
compared with conventional
plants, according to ENER-G
calculations, he adds.
ENER-Gs cogeneration
systems on offer range from
just 4 kWe to over 5 MWe. CHP
is typically 90% effcient for
on-site energy consumption
around twice as effcient
as conventional plants, where
the generated heat is wasted,
while another 7% in effciency
losses occur by transmitting
electricity from remote power
stations to end-users, Hopkins
concludes.
Among the businesses
that are benefting from
funded cost and carbon
savings is Tangerine
Confectionery, which has fve
ENER-G cogeneration and
trigeneration systems funded
through the Discount Energy
Purchase scheme.
ENER-G reports an acceleration in the uptake of its pay-as-you-save
discount energy purchase scheme in the UK, and more businesses are
warming to the idea of green power self-generation, writes Richard Baillie.
On-site power
continues to gain favour in the UK
ENER-Gs 230 kWe CHP system installed at Tangerine Confectionary under its
Discount Energy Purchase scheme Credit: ENER-G
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Growing popularity of self-generation in the UK
Peter Sanders, operations
director for Tangerine, says, We
are continually seeking ways
to raise our environmental
performance and this move to
on-site generation of power is
a key element of our carbon
cutting strategy.
ENER-G is able to provide
us with a total service, from
initial design to long-term
care of the systems. This has
required no capital investment
as the technology is supplied
by ENER-G in return for us
purchasing the generated
electricity at a favourable rate.
ENER-Gs Hopkins adds, We
have clients that have enjoyed
the benefts of Discount Energy
Purchase for 15 years and are
now replacing their equipment
under the same simple
contract structure. It is a very
effective way for companies to
regain some control over their
energy costs while electricity
rates continue to rise.
Growth in renewable
self-generation
Recent research from Opus
Energy, a business energy
supplier, also suggests a
growing level of interest
among UK frms in generating
renewable energy on their
premises, compared with 2011.
More than a third of those
surveyed 39%, up from 32%
in 2011 expect to introduce
solar panels, wind turbines,
or anaerobic digestion, for
example, and almost half
(48%) expect to generate their
own green electricity within
two years.
In 2011, just 26% were
looking to introduce on-site
renewables within fve years.
Of those surveyed, 15% are
already generating renewable
power, versus 6% in 2011.
Interestingly, SME owners aged
55+ are leading the charge
20% already generate green
power on site.
Opus Energy is also seeing
more companies sign up
to its renewable power
purchase agreements (PPAs),
which enable the supplier to
purchase excess renewable
power from businesses for
its customers. This means
companies can generate an
extra income and enhance
their corporate responsibility.
In the survey, the three main
benefts stated by businesses
for self-generation were: self-
suffciency (28%), generation
of income (23%), and doing
our bit to combat climate
change (17%).
Successful PPA signings
In December, Opus Energy
announced the signing of its
500th renewable PPA.
A relatively recent signing
is with Knocknain Farm in
Scotland, which now sells all
its 330 kW wind-generated
power to Opus Energy. The
Port of Milford Haven also
signed an agreement last year,
enabling the energy supplier
to buy excess power from solar
photovoltaic (PV) systems
installed on multiple buildings.
This includes the Ports fagship
100.8 kW Phoenix Power PV
plant the largest integrated
solar PV system in Wales
located on the roof of a tenpin
bowling centre.
According to Charlie
Crossley Cooke, managing
director of Opus Energy:
Its great to see companies
warming to the idea of
generating their own
renewable energy adding
that Opus Energy can work
with companies to help them
realise the extra revenue and
benefts to be gained by
entering this market.
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Project profle: Optimization of industrial CHP in Portugal
The operators of a CHP plant at a large petrochemcial facility in Portugal were struggling to run the
plant in the most economic way because of the requirement for high operational fexibility, liquidity of
the cost and constantly varying site demands. Joo Coelho and Pascal Stijns explain how this issue
has been successfully resolved.
How to optimally run
a complex industrial CHP plant
The Sines petrochemical complex is Repsols largest chemical facility in Portugal Credit: Repsol
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epsol is an
integrated global
energy company
with a presence in
more than 30 countries. It
operates in the upstream
areas of exploration and
production of hydrocarbons,
as well as downstream
refning and the production
of chemicals, and new
energy.
Repsols largest chemical
facility in Portugal is a
petrochemical complex in
Sines, which manufactures
polymers. The heat and
power requirements for this
large chemical complex are
provided by a cogeneration
facility. The CHP plant consists of
three high-pressure boilers and
one medium-pressure auxiliary
boiler, and has a maximum
steam production capacity of
600 tonnes, which is used to
meet the sites electricity and
heat requirements.
The boilers are able to
combust six different fuels of
varying quality, availability and
cost simultaneously. The steam
is reduced and distributed via
fve steam headers within the
site via a 35 MW back-pressure
turbine or pressure reducing
stations. A 24 MW condensing
turbine is also available to
produce extra electrical power
when needed. The site has two
different electrical contracts, of
which the condensing turbine
contract is the most complex.
However, due to the
requirement for operational
fexibility, liquidity of cost
and constantly varying site
demands it was proving almost
impossible for operations to
make the right economical
decisions to achieve the
optimal utility production cost.
Thus, the Sines facility,
working with Honeywell,
decided to develop and
install an on-line and real-
time thermodynamic and
economic model that could
determine the optimal
production settings, and
thereby enable operations to
run the CHP plant in the most
economical way.
The optimization model
The plants Honeywell Experion
PKS distributed control system
(DCS) enabled the use of
various Microsoft standard
tools such as Task Scheduler,
Excel and Visual Basic,
which helped to simplify the
optimization application.
Furthermore, three MicroSoft
Excel add-ins are employed:
the Honeywell Water and
Steam Physical Properties,
the FrontSys Premium Solver
and the Microsoft Excel Data
Exchange. Figure 1 shows a
sample optimization window
from the application.
Data are read from the
DCS into an Excel workbook
via Honeywells Medex
OPC-based add-in. On-line
values, pricing information,
physical properties, etc, are
linked to the model. The Solver
add-in executes and inputs
the results into the model
tab. From there the values
are written to defned SCADA
points in the DCS for further
display, historization, reporting
and alarming via OPC.
A copy of the workbook,
without the input and output
sheets, can be used for off-line
optimization too, enabling
the user to run various multi
periods (i.e. hours, days, weeks,
months, years) and analyse
what if scenarios.
The Solver add-in enables
the use of various solving
techniques, ranging from
Mixed Integer Linear
Programming (MILP) to Mixed
Integer Quadratic Constraint
Programming (MIQCP), as
well as the more commonly
used, Mixed Integer Non Linear
Programming (MINLP).
The objective function of
the model represents the
sum of the variable and fxed
costs, including depreciation,
personnel, insurance and
fxed charges. The user is
able to view the impact of
various optimization modes,
constraints and loading,
including switching devices
on or off. The model also
provides the operating cost of
the CHP in actual mode and
optimum mode in a real-time
environment.
Positive outcome
Repsol Sines found some
surprising results. Running the
station with a 1 MW electrical
feedwater pump instead of
a turbo pump delivered an
astonishing saving of more
than 9%. Even more surprising
was the 13% saving by running
the station with two feedwater
lines and a turbo pump,
compared to running with a
single feedwater line and one
electrical pump.
Comparing several different
operational scenarios before
and after the optimizer also
proved to be an eye opener,
as can be seen in Figure 2.
The vertical axis represents the
cost (%) relative to the way the
CHP plant was operated in the
past at low loads.
The difference in Scenarios
1 (frst left, red) and 2 (second
left, red) is small in terms of
cost , although a 2% difference
does represent a considerable
amount of money on a yearly
basis. However, these were
rejected by Repsol due to
environmental considerations.
Scenarios 3, 4 and 5 (in
blue) all comply to Repsols
sustainability targets (i.e. no
faring and steam venting)
and clearly show signifcant
differences in operating
cost close to 22% between
operating the power station
with only the condensing set
at a minimum and one boiler
(scenario 3) and scenario
5, i.e. running the station as it
used to run.
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Figure 1. A representative screenshot
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In addition, users are able to
justify improvements, including
various effciency improvement
projects by changing the layout
of the plant and comparing it
with previous scenarios over a
certain operational time period
(i.e. one year).
Because Honeywell had
previously provided the control
application and equipment
for the Repsol Sines utilites, the
frst off-line model was ready
within a couple of months.
The on-line model took
longer since inputs, such as
process measurements, had
to be validated, selected and
prepared as is the usual case
when doing model based
power station economical
optimization. However, the
pay-back period for the whole
application, which proved to
be couple of months, easily
justifying its implementation.
Without both on-line
and off-line optimization
applications based on
open systems, fundamental
engineering knowledge and
experience, such critical
savings would have gone
unnoticed. In these harsh
economical environments
nowadays such savings can
mean the difference between
profts or lost.
Ing. Joo Coelho is plant
manager utilities at Repsols
Sines facility in Portugal.
Ing. Pascal Stijns is a power
& energy consultant at
Honeywell Europe, based in
Belgium.
Psme.Stijns@honeywell.com;
http://honeywell.com
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PROJECTS OF THE YEAR AWARDS
THURSDAY, 26 SEPTEMBER 2013 | 13:00 15:00
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New federal government proposals and mandates are forcing
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lifeblood of Brazils economic growth continues to fow despite
reduced revenues. The panelists will discuss the benefts rate
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New Hydro: Applying Strategic Thinking and Novel Equipment Designs SESSION 1C: Achieving Sustainable Hydropower: Social and Environmental Actions
Enabling Self-Healing Networks SESSION 1C: Information Intelligence
Environmental Issues of Electricity Production
Hot Topics in Hydro in Latin America SESSION 2C: Ideas in Action! Success Stories at Small- and Medium-Sized Hydro Projects throughout the World
Wide-Area Systems Based on Synchrophasors SESSION 2C: Integrating with Security
Addressing the Challenges of Variable Output Renewable Integration
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Automating Electric Utility Installations SESSION 4C: Integrating New Power Sources
Energy from Biomass & Waste
Hydromechanical & Lifting Equipment: Sharing Lessons Learned & Best Practices SESSION 5C: Overcoming Social and Environmental Challenges during Hydro Development
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CHP in Belgiums Flanders
W
ithin 20 years,
c o m b i n e d
heat and
power (CHP)
in Flanders, the northern
part of Belgium, has been
transformed from a marginal
technology, primarily used
in the process industry, into
a signifcant contributor to
the Flemish energy system,
currently covering about 20%
of the gross inland power
demand. However, although
CHP gained prominence in
some sectors, its potential
has hardly been exploited
in others. By looking at data
on the CHP development in
the Flemish region over the
last two decades we can
understand its drivers and
the barriers. We can also
look to the future to see
whether CHP will achieve a
foothold in new sectors.
For more than a decade,
VITO, the Flemish Institute
of Technological Research,
has conducted surveys on
cogeneration/CHP in Flanders
on behalf of the Flemish
government.
The annual CHP inventory,
based on the fnding of these
surveys, shows how CHP has
evolved in Flanders from 1990
onwards. The inventory itself
has also evolved over the two
last decades as new indicators
were added. Now, the VITO CHP
inventory is recognised as the
book of reference for whoever
is interested in learn about
CHP in the Flemish region.
Over a period of 20 years, CHP in Flanders has evolved from a marginal
technology, primarily serving the process industry, to an important contributor to
the Flemish energy system. Erwin Cornelis and Kaat Jespers look back
at its history and ponder what the future may hold.
Cogenerations
20-year history in Flanders
The oldest CHP installation in Flanders, which has been operating since 1958
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CHP in Belgiums Flanders
Based on this inventory, we
describe the history of CHP
development in the region.
Before 1990: The era of
the steam turbine
In 1990, the installed
power capacity of all CHP
installations in Flanders totalled
200 MW - very small when
compared to the total
capacity of 8500 MW in the
region.
The steam turbine was
the dominant technology,
both back-pressure and
condensing turbines. They
were primarily used by the
regions energy-intensive
industries. For example
Antwerp is home to the fourth
biggest petrochemical cluster
in the world.
The steam turbines were
installed to optimize the
energy costs of the plants.
In addition to heat, they
delivered power three quarter
(152 MW) as electricity, with
the remainder (40 MW) used
to drive compressors and
other machinery directly.
From 1990 until today, the
installed capacity of CHP
steam turbines has in relative
terms hardly changed. Some
installations have been taken
out of operation with a few
new ones installed, but the
vast majority continue to
operate. The oldest has been
in operation since 1958.
In 2007, the installed
capacity rose modestly to 240
MW, and since then steam
turbines in CHP mode have
gained some popularity, with
todays capacity at 333 MW.
Interest in that CHP technology
was renewed as a result of
incentives to utilise CHP, which
will be explained in more detail
later.
19902000: The era of
the gas turbines
Although steam turbines were
the dominant technology
driving CHP installations up to
1990, they were not the only
ones. In 29 CHP installations the
prime mover was an internal
combustion engine (ICE). Their
power capacity was rather
limited and did not exceed
250 kW. Their total power
capacity was 8 MW, with the
majority (7 MW) installed
to heat greenhouses. The
remaining 1 MW was installed
in sewage treatment plants.
During the fnal decade of
the 20th century, the use of
ICE-driven CHP installations
grew, especially in horticulture
and, to a lesser extent, in
industry. By 1995 the installed
capacity had tripled to
27 MW and quadrupled to
116 MW in 2000, supported
by the success of the early
movers. These CHP installations
also became more powerful,
especially from 1995 onwards
when machines with a power
output of 1+ MW were installed.
Unlike the steady
deployment of CHP in
horticulture and industry, it
did not develop consistently
in every industry sector. For
example, in the service sector,
its development has been
poor. However, inspired by
success stories from the UK
and the Netherlands, standard
CHP packages, with a small
ICE at their core, began to
be commercialised in this
sector. However, these proved
technically unreliable, with only
about 10% of the packages still
in operation after one year.
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CHP in Belgiums Flanders
Although ICE-driven CHP
undoubtedly took off after
1990, they did not benchmark
the development of the sector
between 1990 and 2000. That
honour belongs to gas turbine-
driven plants and combined-
cycles in CHP mode.
In the early 1990s, power
prices rose sharply. Many
energy-intensive companies,
the backbone of the Flemish
economy, considered to install
gas oil-fuelled generators as
an alternative to the purchase
of power at soaring prices.
The national power provider,
having a monopoly over the
power market at the time,
riposted by proposing natural
gas fuelled gas turbines of
which the heat could be
integrated in their processes.
Abroad, both the GE Frame 6
and ABB GT 10 demonstrated
technical reliablility, which
helped the industry to
consider the integration of
this technology within their
processes.
In 1993, the frst three gas
turbine-driven CHP installations
were put into operation,
representing 125 MW of power
capacity. By 2000, their number
had risen to 13, representing
a power capacity to 673 MW.
Altogether they represented
72% of the total CHP power
capacity and 40% of the total
thermal capacity.
All the gas turbines were
installed in a joint venture with
the national power provider,
except one combined-cycle
plant feeding a district heating
system. Also in 2000, 60% of the
ICE-driven CHP installations
were also operated in
partnership with the power
corporation.
200004: CHPs ice age
Suddenly, in 2000, Flanders
installed CHP capacity
essentially stopped growing.
Between 2000 and 2004 just
47 new installations came on
line an increase in power
capacity of less than 5% in
four years. Forty-fve of the
installations were ICE-driven
(41 MW); with the remaining
two steam turbine-driven
(14 MW). A similar trends was
observed in other European
countries.
There are many reaons
behind this dramatic trend
shift. The most important one
was the decline in the spark
spread, i.e. the difference
between the power price
and the natural gas price,
the dominant fuel for CHP
installations.
Between 1995 and 2005,
power prices remained
relatively stable, while natural
gas prices decreased, frst in
1999 by about 15% compared
to 199598 levels, which gave
a boost to CHP investment
However, the latter started
to increase and peaked at the
beginning of 2001 at about
55% higher than the 199598
levels. From 2002 onwards, the
gas prices stabilized again,
but at a level which was about
25% higher than 1995-98 levels
Thus, this declining spread
between fuel and power
prices had a detrimental effect
on the economic feasibility of
CHP installations.
At the same time, the
European power and gas
markets were being liberalised.
Monopolistic power and gas
companies had to restructure
and unbundle their transport
activities from their energy
provider activities. The newly
created grid operators had to
accept new entrants in their
traditional home markets. Both
energy market players and
energy consumers were left
in a situation of uncertainty
as the liberalised markets
developed.
A third reason, which
is specifc to the Flemish
region, is that in 2000, the
Flemish authorities began
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to acknowledge CHPs
greenhouse gas-avoiding
potential. An objective of the
Flemish government at the
time was to have a power
capacity of 1200 MW by 2005,
a 25% increase in the installed
capacity in 2000 (930 MW).
This objective corresponded
to 75% of the CHP potential,
which was estimated at
1600 MW in 1997 by VITO.
In order to achieve this
objective, the Flemish
authorities started to prepare
a support mechanism to
stimulate investment in CHP.
The downside was that
investors decided to postpone
their cogeneration investment
plans until more clarity on the
support was provided.
200512: The era of the
CHP certifcate
In 2006, the CHP support
scheme came into force.
The Flemish authorities chose
a market-based support
scheme, based on certifcates.
It is a dedicated certifcate
scheme for cogeneration
and works in parallel with the
green certifcate scheme for
renewable electricity, which
had been introduced a few
years earlier.
Within the scheme, the
regulator issues to the operator
of a CHP installation one CHP
certifcate per 1 MWh of primary
energy saved, compared to
the separated generation of
power and heat at predefned
reference effciencies. After four
years in operation, the number
of CHP certifcates issued is
restricted year by year at a rate
that is disproportional to the
primary energy savings, so that
every year new installations
are needed to guarantee
a suffcient supply of CHP
certifcates.
In order to create a demand
for these CHP certifcates,
power retailers have an
obligation to submit annually
a number of CHP certifcates
to the regulator as a function
of the power supplied the
year before and a predefned
factor, which increases year by
year.
The market responded
well to this incentive. By 2010,
the installed CHP capacity
had doubled compared to
2004 levels from 1028 MW
to 2086 MW. Two major CHP
installations contributed half
of this new power capacity
a 395 MW combined-cycle
plant, in operation since 2005,
and a second 133 MW facility,
in operation since 2006, both
integrated in large chemical
companies.
An additional 300 MW
came from ICE-driven CHP
plants, with the lions share
installed to heat greenhouses.
Injecting the purifed exhaust
gases to feed the plants with
CO
2
is acknowledged as an
additional environmental
beneft and is granted
supplementary certifcates,
helping to make CHP in the
horticultural sector more viable
than traditional heating.
Five new gas turbine-driven
CHP installations, totalling
130 MW, and two new steam
turbine-driven installations (80
MW) were also brought into
operation.
At the end of the decade, a
new type of CHP confguration
took foot: machines fuelled by
biogas from manure digestion.
Within the densely-populated
Flanders region, the intensive
agricultural sector faced
very strict limitations on the
disposing of manure on the
land. In many cases, the only
feasible way of disposing of it
was to digest it, together with
other biodegradable waste
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CHP in Belgiums Flanders
2010, 17 such CHP installations
were in operation, their power
range varied from 500 kW to
4 MW, and had a total power
capacity of 29 MW.
As a result of all these
investments, all the 428 CHP
installations together represent
in 2010 a power capacity
of 2086 MW and a thermal
capacity of 2618 MW. In
2010, they produced 12 TWh
of electricity, which is 19% of
the total gross inland power
consumption. They are fuelled
for 94% by natural gas, the
remaining part is mainly fuelled
by biogas or other renewable
fuels. Altogether, with an
average electrical effciency
of 29% and a average thermal
effciency of 53%, they saved
5.3 TWh of primary energy
compared to the separate
generation of heat and power.
CHP clearly had evolved into a
signifcant part of the Flemish
energy system.
2010 onwards: The era
of what?
What are the prospects of
CHP in Flanders beyond 2010?
There are signs of both hope
and despair.
In 2011-12, despair
dominated. In 2011, the
growth in CHP capacity again
appeared to falter as it had
done ten years ago. Only
51 MW of electrical power
capacity was added, which is
less than halve of the average
increase in the 200510 period.
Of course one cannot
neglect the infuence of the
banking crisis, which has had
a negative impact on many
investment plans, including
those related to CHP projects.
To illustrate, the increase in
cogeneration capacity in 2009
was a modest 36 MW, even less
than in 2011.
Another determining factor
is the re-emergence of the
deviation between gas prices
and power prices. As a result
of the massive investment
in renewable electricity in
Belgium, as well as in its
surrounding countries, wind
turbines became the marginal
production unit instead
of gas-fred power plants,
keeping the power price down.
The resulting declining or even
negative spark spread, mean
that the operating hours of
both gas-fuelled conventional
power plants and gas-fuelled
CHP installations are being
reduced.
The last cause is, as in
the period 200005, related
to the support mechanism
and the uncertainty about
the levels of CHP support.
The Flemish support scheme
was so effective that the
envisioned capacity objective
was achieved three years
ahead of schedule. As a result,
more CHP certifcates were
issued than needed to be
redeemed. In early 2012, 3.3
million CHP certifcates had
to be redeemed, whereas
almost 9.4 million were
available. As a result, many
of the CHP certifcates were
sold at the rock-bottom price
of 27 (US$35) per certifcate,
whereas the market price was
41 until 2009.
In order to address this
oversupply, the Flemish
authorities increased the
obligations on the power
retailers so that they have
to redeem a higher number
of certifcates for the same
quantity of power delivered
before. On the other hand
however, a substantial part
of the power delivered to the
energy intensive industry is
exempt from this obligation,
reducing the net effect of the
obligation increase.
Added to that, Flanders
CHP support scheme has
been drastically reformed
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after questions were raised
about the support levels
to some renewable power
technologies in the green
certifcate scheme. In order
to avoid over-subsidy, support
levels are now no longer
proportional to the renewable
energy produced, or the
primary energy saved for CHP.
Instead it is also dependent on
the economic feasibility of the
technology used.
This means that, if the
feasibility calculation for a
given type of technology, for
example a CHP installations
with an ICE within the power
range of 15 MW, reveals that
if one CHP certifcate per
2 MWh primary energy saved
instead of 1 MWh will suffce to
obtain a predefned internal
rate of return, the number of
CHP certifcates for that type of
installation will be halved.
Less viable types of
technologies can be issued
more than one CHP certifcate
per MWh primary energy
saved, although a maximum is
set at 1.25.
This reform of the support
scheme was seen as so drastic,
that it took a year before clarity
on the support mechanism
and support levels under the
new regime could be given.
In the interim, CHP investment
plans were once again
postponed.
However, it is not all doom
and gloom, and this decade
may bring new hope for the
CHP sector in Belgium.
The new EU Energy Effciency
Directive forces national and
regional authorities to examine
the better utilization of heat.
This could potentially lead
to a renaissance of district
heating in both Belgium and
the Flanders region, where it is
under-developed.
Today, only one minor
power plant of 54 MW and a
couple of municipal waste
incineration plants feed their
residual heat into a district
heating grid. Expansion of
district heating networks could
allow more power stations to
become a CHP plant.
However, as the investment
costs of a district heating
network are substantial,
fnancial support from the
government will be necessary.
The Flemish government is
elaborating a support scheme
for residual heat valorisation,
but the suggested support
levels so far appear modest.
Hope might also come from
micro-CHP technologies. Their
number is steadily growing,
with the frst one installed in
2000. By 2005, fve micro-CHP
installations were operating
in Flanders and by 2010 their
number had risen to 18. The
majority are equipped with
an ICE and have a power
capacity of 5 kW.
In 2011, their number
doubled, with another 24
micro-CHP installations added.
However, the majority are
equipped with a stirling engine
and have a power capacity of
1 kW. Could this technology
herald a new CHP era?
What does this CHP
history teach us?
From this 20 years of history
of CHP in Flanders, there are
several observations that one
can make.
The frst one is that the
price difference between fuel,
gas mainly, and electricity is
the main determinant of the
development of cogeneration.
Rising power prices allowed
gas turbine-driven CHP
installations to bloom in 1990
95, while increasing gas prices,
in combination with stable
electricity prices, in 200004
and from 2008 onwards
hamper CHP investments.
A second important
determinant is an effective
support scheme. They should
be designed to infuence
the economic feasibility in
a positive way, for example,
counterbalance the impact
of a negative energy price
difference.
However, Flanders shows
that setting up a sound
support scheme for a family
of technologies, which is
characterised by variations in
power capacity and concepts,
is a challenge. Nonetheless,
stability in support scheme
and levels are vital to maintain
the confdence of the
stakeholders.
Thirdly, one can see that
the different kinds of CHP
installations or applications
do not develop equally over
time. Gas turbine-driven CHP
installations, for instance, were
mainly installed between
1993 and 2000; many of the
CHP-installations delivering
heat to greenhouses stem
from 200710, as well as
biogas-fuelled CHP installation
in manure digestion, and
so forth.
Last, but not least, this story of
CHP in Flanders demonstrates
the importance of sound,
reliable and continuously
maintained data on CHP
within a particular region.
Without these data, this story
could not have been written.
Erwin Cornelis is an energy
policy expert and Kaat
Jespers is a researcher at
VITO NV, Belgium.
www.vito.be
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Water/steam chemistry: HRSG protection
C
ombi ned- cycl e
p o we r / s t e a m
generating units
are becoming
increasingly popular as the
energy source for many
cogeneration/CHP projects.
The core of any such unit
is commonly a combustion
turbine, but additional power
and/or process steam is
generated via heat recovery
steam generators (HRSGs)
to feed steam turbines and
process heat exchangers.
Virtually all modern combined-
cycle plants do not contain
copper alloys, but a mindset
that seems to be impossible
to extinguish is the use of an
oxygen scavenger/metal
passivator reducing agent for
condensate/feedwater treat-
ment. This is despite the fact
that for nearly three decades,
this chemistry has been known
to cause fow-accelerated
corrosion (FAC), where in
some cases such induced
failures have resulted in serious
injury or caused even fatali-
ties at power plants. FAC is of
particular concern in HRSGs
because of their many tight-
radius elbows.
Current thinking on FAC
I recently attended the spring
2013 meeting of the ASME
A core part of many modern cogeneration/CHP units is the heat recovery steam
generator (HRSG). However, Brad Beucker warns that the industry is ignoring fow-
accelerated corrosion in HRSGs, which are particularly susceptible,
and is doing so at its peril.
Be alert
to fow-accelerated corrosion
in your HSRG
Single-phase FAC has a distinctive orange peel texture Credit: D. Johnson, ChemTreat
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Water/steam chemistry: HRSG protection
Research Committee on
Power Plant & Environmental
Chemistry. One of the main
topics was once again FAC
and its prevention. The issue
has not lost any importance
since four workers were killed
by an FAC-induced failure
in 1986
1
, with a number of
fatalities since. In fact, FAC is
the top corrosion mechanism
in HRSG, so the issue has,
if anything, become more
pressing.
However, as was pointed
out by several of the meeting
attendees and most notably
by Dr. Barry Dooley of Structural
Integrity Associates, and
formerly of EPRI concern
over FAC seems to be fading
away in the minds of plant
management at many
facilities. A contributing factor
undoubtedly is the many
retirements in the power
industry, while new personnel
simply do not understand the
importance of FAC control.
Yet, FAC continues to generate
international conferences,
the most recent of which was
held in March in Washington,
D.C., US. In a presentation to
the PPEC meeting attendees,
Kevin Shields, one of Dr.
Dooleys colleagues, provided
the following statement in an
introductory slide.
2
FAC occurs in >70% of
fossil plants and represents
>40% of all tube failures in
HRSGs, despite R&D since
the 1960s, many hundreds of
plant assessments worldwide,
numerous fatalities and serious
failures, and much application
and development.
In this article I focus on
FAC and methods to prevent
it, and hopefully it will serve
as a warning for plant
management at the many
hundreds of facilities that
continue to be constructed
and brought on line, not only
in the US but worldwide.
When I began my utility
career in 1981, conventional
wisdom said that any
dissolved oxygen (DO) which
entered the condensate/
feedwater system of utility
boilers was harmful. At that
time, over 50% of the power
produced in the US came from
coal. Coal-fred units typically
have complex condensate/
FAC occurs in >70% of fossil plants
and represents >40% of all tube
failures in HRSGs, despite R&D
since the 1960s, many hundreds
of plant assessments worldwide,
numerous fatalities and serious
failures, and much application and
development
Figure 1. Demonstrating the tube-wall thinning caused by single-pase FAC-
Credit: D. Johnson, ChemTreat
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feedwater networks with
numerous feedwater heaters.
The prevalent thinking was
that any trace of DO would
cause corrosion, and indeed
oxygen corrosion can be very
problematic in uncontrolled
situations. Therefore, virtually
all feedwater systems for high-
pressure steam generators
were equipped with a
deaerator for DO removal. A
properly operating deaerator
can lower DO concentrations
to as low as 7 g/l.
However, any residual
DO concentration was still
considered harmful, so
chemical deaeration was
a standard process at most
plants. The workhorse for many
years was hydrazine (N
2
H
4
), a
reducing agent which reacts
with oxygen as follows:
N
2
H
4
+ O
2
2H
2
O + N
2
Eq. 1
Also, arguably the primary
beneft of hydrazine is that it
will passivate oxidized areas of
piping and tube materials as
follows:
N
2
H
4
+ 6Fe
2
O
3
4Fe
3
O
4
+ N
2
+
2H
2
O Eq. 2
N
2
H
4
+ 4CuO 2Cu
2
O + N
2
+
2H
2
O Eq. 3
Magnetite (Fe
3
O
4
), is a
protective layer that forms on
carbon steel when it is placed
into service. Cu
2
O forms on
copper alloys, although we will
not discuss this chemistry in
great depth because the use of
copper alloys in condensate/
feedwater systems has greatly
diminished in large part due
to the potential for copper
carryover to steam in high-
pressure utility boilers.
Hydrazine residuals
were typically maintained
at relatively low levels of
perhaps 20100 g/l (ppb).
Oxygen scavenger treatment
was coupled with a feed of
ammonia or an amine to
maintain feedwater pH within
a mildly alkaline range, 9.1
to 9.3 for mixed-metallurgy
feedwater systems and a bit
higher for all-ferrous systems.
NH
3
+ H
2
O NH
4
+
+ OH
-
Eq. 4
This programme became
known as all-volatile treatment
reducing [AVT(R)].
Due to the suspected
carcinogenic nature of
hydrazine, alternative
chemicals such as
carbohydrazide, methyl ethyl
ketoxime, and others gained
popularity. Regardless, all
still had the same purpose,
to establish a reducing
environment in the feedwater
circuit, thus inhibiting oxidation
of metal. The technique
became a standard in the
industry.
This changed in 1986. On
9 December of that year, an
elbow in the condensate
system ruptured at the Surry
nuclear power station, near
Rushmere, Virginia, US. The
failure caused four fatalities
and tens of millions of dollars in
repair costs and lost revenues.
1
However, researchers
learned from this accident
and others that the reducing
environment produced by
oxygen scavenger feed results
in single-phase FAC.
The attack occurs at fow
disturbances such as elbows
in feedwater piping and
economizers, feedwater heater
drains, locations downstream
of valves and reducing fttings,
attemperator piping, and, most
notably for the combined-
cycle industry, in low-pressure
evaporators. The effect of
single-phase FAC is outlined in
Figure 1.
Metal loss occurs gradually
until the remaining material
at the affected location can
no longer withstand the
process pressure, whereupon
catastrophic failure occurs.
The thinning is due to the
combination of a reducing
environment and localized
fuid fow disturbances, which
cause dissolution of ferrous
ions (Fe
+2
) from the metal and
metal oxide matrix.
Results from EPRI show
that iron dissolution is
greatly infuenced by not
only reducing conditions
but also by solution pH and
temperature.
As Figure 2 illustrates,
corrosion reaches a
maximum at 150oC. Thus,
feedwater systems and HRSG
low-pressure evaporators
are particularly susceptible
locations. Also note the
infuence of pH, as refected by
ammonia concentration, on
the corrosion characteristics.
As we shall see, this factor is
quite important with regard to
control of FAC.
The quest to maintain
a non-detectable oxygen
residual in feedwater systems
led to FAC at many coal-fred
power plants. I observed this
frst hand at one of two utilities
in which I was employed in the
past. At this plant, a feedwater
heater drain line failed due
to FAC, shutting down an
800 MW supercritical unit.
Infnitely more serious was
FAC-induced failure of an
attemperator line in 2007 at
another of the utilitys stations,
which killed two workers and
seriously injured a third.
In large measure, coal plant
personnel have recognized the
problem of single-phase FAC,
and have adopted alternative
feedwater treatment methods
to mitigate the issue. However,
I regularly review combined-
cycle proposals in which
the developer specifes an
oxygen scavenger feed
system for HRSG chemistry
control. It is obvious that this
NH
3
0
100
80
60
40
20
0
122 212 302 392 482 572 662
0 50 100 150
Temperature (F)
p
p
b
F
e
Temperature (F)
200 250 300 350
0.1 ppm
0.2 ppm
0.3 ppm
0.5 ppm
1.0 ppm
2.0 ppm
8.75
8.90
9.05
9.20
9.40
9.60
pH
Figure 2. Carbon steel matrix dissolution as a function of pH and temperature
1
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mindset clearly has not been
expunged at many locations.
FAC mindset change
HRSGs by their very nature
have many waterwall tubes
with short-radius elbows. Thus,
the HRSG contains numerous
spots susceptible to single-
phase FAC. A primary method
to mitigate this attack is the
selection of proper feedwater
treatment, which will be
examined below.
Over 40 years ago,
researchers in Germany and
then Russia began using
a programme known as
oxygenated treatment (OT)
to minimize carbon steel
corrosion and iron dissolution in
supercritical steam generators.
The key component of the
program mewas, and still is,
deliberate injection of pure
oxygen into the condensate/
feedwater network to establish
oxygen residuals of up to
300 g/l. What chemists
discovered is that in very pure
feedwater (cation conductivity,
0.15 S/cm), the oxygen
causes the magnetite to
develop a tenacious and very
insoluble flm of ferric oxide
hydrate (FeOOH).
Results quickly showed
that OT can lower feedwater
iron concentrations to 1 ppb
or less, and greatly minimize
single-phase FAC. Now, OT
is the preferred feedwater
treatment for once-through
utility steam generators around
the world. Common in the US
is an oxygen residual range
of 30 ppb to 150 ppb, with a
recommended pH range of
8.0 to 8.5. OT has been applied
to a few drum units, where EPRI
guidelines call for a feedwater
pH range of 9.0 to 9.4, with a
DO concentration ranging
from 30 g/l to 150 g/l.
Although OT has been
successfully applied to drum
boilers, another programme
has evolved that is very popular
for condensate/feedwater in
these steam generators. It is
known as all-volatile treatment
[AVT(O)]. With AVT(O), oxygen
is not deliberately injected into
the condensate, but rather
the amount that enters from
condenser air in-leakage
(per normal conditions we
will examine normal shortly)
is allowed to remain without
any oxygen scavenger/metal
passivator treatment. It should
be noted at this point that OT
or AVT(O) are not permissible
for feedwater systems
containing copper alloys, as
the oxygen would simply be
too corrosive to the metal. Thus,
in the following we will focus on
AVT(O) for all-ferrous systems.
When researchers
developed AVT(O), they took
into account the pH effect on
carbon steel dissolution, as
illustrated in Figure 4. AVT(O)
guidelines evolved to the
following parameters:
t 3FDPNNFOEFE Q) SBOHF
9.29.6
t 'FFEXBUFS %0
concentration: 110 g/l
As with OT, the condensate in
an AVT(O) programme must
be quite pure to allow oxygen
to generate the
For new HRSGs,
single-phase
FAC control can
be addressed
by materials
selection a
small amount
of chromium
virtually
eliminates the
corrosion
FeOOH protective layer rather
than cause pitting. However,
the cation conductivity upper
limit with AVT(O) is a bit more
relaxed at 0.2 S/cm.
A relatively new twist has
emerged regarding AVT(O)
philosophy. Chemists have
discovered that the heretofore
established limit of 10 g/l DO
in the feedwater may allow
single-phase FAC at some
locations in feedwater systems
where fow effects appear
to prevent the dissolved
oxygen from reaching the
metal surface. A properly
treated system will have a
very pronounced reddish
color, and if the treatment is
not complete, areas of black
magnetite will still be visible.
How to minimize FAC
Elevated pH also has a benefcial
effect in mitigating FAC. Thus,
the guidelines for feedwater pH
now recommend a range of
9.2 to 9.6. With EPRIs phosphate
continuum programme or with
caustic treatment alone, the
drum pH can be controlled
within a range of 910 quite
readily. However, a complication
sometimes arises because of
HRSG design.
Most HRSGs are of the
multi-pressure, drum, vertical
tube style. In some cases,
the feedwater circuit is
designed such that feedwater
A fow scematic of a triple-pressure HRSG
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Cogeneration water/steam chemistry
enters each pressure circuit
separately. In many others,
however, the entire feedwater
stream is routed to the
low-pressure (LP) evaporator
for heating before being
distributed to the intermediate-
pressure (IP) and high-pressure
(HP) steam generators.
For this confguration,
phosphate or caustic feed to
the LP circuit is not permissible
due to the downstream effects
on attemperator chemistry,
and IP and HP economizers
In these situations, LP pH
control is highly dependent
upon the ammonia injected
into the feedwater. If the
condenser is tubed with
ferrous materials, the pH may
be taken higher than the
9.2 to 9.6 range listed above
without ill effects. However,
copper-alloy tubes would
suffer corrosion at higher
ammonia concentrations.
For new HRSGs, single-phase
FAC control can also be
addressed by materials
selection. The addition of a
small amount of chromium in
the material at FAC-susceptible
locations virtually eliminates the
corrosion. One example is LP
waterwall elbows. Fabrication of
the elbows from 1 chromium
alloy can provide great beneft.
While the incorporation of this
alloy adds some cost to the
project, the materials are quite
resistant to FAC.
Two-Phase FAC
Many steam generators,
regardless of type, are
susceptible to two-phase
FAC. As the name implies, this
corrosion mechanism occurs
where water fashes to steam,
resulting in a mixed-phase fuid.
For conventional units,
feedwater heater shells and
heater drains are common
locations for two-phase FAC,
but this equipment is not
common for HRSGs. However,
deaerators also experience
two-phase fuid fow. As fuid
fashes upon entering a
deaerator, oxygen departs
with the steam. Thus, the water
that impinges upon metal
surfaces does not maintain an
oxidizing environment. Also, the
pH of entrained water droplets
within the steam is usually
lower than the bulk water pH.
The combination of these
factors often initiates FAC.
As has been noted
previously, elevated pH will
help to mitigate FAC, but the
HRSG confguration dictates
the maximum treatment
allowed. If the LP system is
utilized for the heating of
feedwater to the IP and HP
circuits, solid alkali treatment
(tri-sodium phosphate or
caustic) of the LP circuit is
not permissible. Control of pH
can only be accomplished
by ammonia, but it should
be noted that ammonia
hydrolysis, as previously
outlined in Eq.4, decreases
with rising temperature.
As with single-phase
FAC, a method to combat
two-phase FAC is fabrication
of susceptible locations with
chromium-containing steel.
Again, however, this adds cost
to the project.
Conclusion
FAC is an issue to be taken
very seriously. I continue to
see a large number of power
plant proposals that still call
for an oxygen scavenger feed
system, and this is of concern.
In addition to the references
in this article, I also encourage
readers to access the web site
of the International Association
for the Properties of Water and
Steam (www.IAPWS.org). This
group, in which Dr. Dooley is
one of the directors, offers free
downloadable and cutting-
edge technical information
regarding power plant water/
steam chemistry.
References
1. Guidelines for Controlling
Flow-Accelerated Corrosion
in Fossil and Combined
Cycle Plants, EPRI, Palo Alto,
CA, US: 2005. 1008082.
2. K. Shields, International
Conference on Flow-
accelerated Corrosion in
Fossil, Combined-Cycle/
HRSG and Renewable
Energy Plants at the
2013 spring meeting
of the ASME Research
Committee on Power Plant
& Environmental Chemistry,
April 15-17, Houston, TX, US.
Brad Buecker is a process
specialist with Kiewit Power
Engineers Co., US.
www.kiewit.com
This article is available
on-line. Please visit
www.cospp.com
Two-phase FAC in a deaerator Credit: T. Gilchrist Tri-State G&T (retired)
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WORLD ALLIANCE FOR DECENTRALIZED ENERGY
The World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE) was established in 1997 as a non-proft
research and promotion organization whose mission is to accelerate the worldwide development
of high effciency cogeneration (CHP) and decentralized renewable energy systems that deliver
substantial economic and environmental benefts.
Executive Director: David Sweet
1513 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036
Tel. +1 202 7 500 Fcx. +1 202 315 371 weL. www.lccclpcwer.crg
INDEPENDENCE FROM INEFFICIENT POWER SYSTEMS DECLARED
The decentralized energy revolution is underway and to be the focus of the WADE Annual Conference and
Joint Meeting with the Northeast Clean Heat and Power Initiative
19-21 November | Boston, Massachusetts, US
Washington, D.C. - There is
a revolution underway in
the way that the world will
produce and deliver elec-
tricity supplies. Decentralized
generation offers numerous
economic and environmental
Lenefls cnc ccn prcc0ce
clecn cnc relicLle pcwer cl
a cost that is rapidly falling.
The lrccilicncl 0lilily L0siness
mccel is Leing 0eslicnec
Ly inveslcrs, ccns0mers cnc
regulators. The US energy and
natural gas supply outlook has
never Leen Lrighler, wilh lcng
lerm cL0nccnl s0pplies cnc
moderate prices. Over 60 GW
cf clcer cccl-frec generclicn
will Le relirec in lhe ccming
yecrs. Presicenl CLcmc hcs
announced a goal of deliv-
ering 40 GW cf CHP Ly 2020.
In the aftermath of Hurricane
Sandy, decentralized power is
lhe key lc grecler relicLilily cnc
resiliency for the region and
the world. There is no greater
opportunity in the world for
decentralized energy than in
the Northeast of the U.S.
The Response:
Ccnneclic0l hcs lc0nchec
lhe nclicns frsl incenlive
programme for promoting
microgrids.
lcsscch0sells hcs inslil0lec
regulatory proceedings
evaluating grid moderniza-
licn cnc cislriL0lec generc-
tion resources.
New Jersey is crecling c
provision for cogeneration in
the RPS programme.
New Ycrk Slcle hcs
expanded incentives
for CHP projects and is
cevelcping c green Lcnk fcr
promoting resilient energy
infrastructure.
The NYS 2100 Ccmmissicn
report, a whos who of
industry experts appointed
Ly Gcverncr Ancrew C0cmc,
called for expanding
ceplcymenl cf cislriL0lec
energy resources in New
Ycrk Slcle.
Join us for a discussion on
these cutting edge issues and
to explore the commercial
cppcrl0nilies lhcl cLc0nc fcr
decentralized energy.
WADE CANADA PROVIDES PROJECT ENABLEMENT SUPPORT
TO THE DECENTRALIZED ENERGY INDUSTRY
16 May | Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Through its Innovation to
Commercialization Program
(I2CP), WADE Canada provides
prc|ecl encLlemenl s0ppcrl
to the decentralized energy
inc0slry. The cL|eclive cf lhe
Prc|ecl FncLlemenl Sessicns
is to create a dynamic setting
for project development
and one-on-one project
implementation meetings.
Cn 1 lcy, WADF Ccnccc
presented technology
solutions to end-users
neecs lc increcse L0siness
ccllcLcrclicns Lelween
AlLerlc cnc lhe Ncrlhwesl
Territories.
Key Presentation Points:
Northwest Territories Energy:
Challenges and Opportunities
Government of Northwest
Territories, presenlec Ly
Jim Sparling, manager,
Climate Change Programs,
Environment Division
Key ccnsicerclicns in
the Northwest Territories
(NWT) were considered
such as demographics,
transportation, climate,
economic activities and
employment, devolution
and energy.
There is c gecgrcphiccl
vcricLlily in lhe energy mix,
wilh hycrc cnc Licmcss
resources concentrated in
southern regions.
The mc|crily cf lhe energy
supply comes from
imported fossil fuels. Diesel
is particularly important for
remote communities and
industrial applications such
as diamond mines.
Allhc0gh lhe greenhc0se
gas emissions from the
NWT cre insignifccnl in
glcLcl cnc nclicncl lerms,
the implementation of
renewcLles is plcying cn
important role in the region.
The gcvernmenl cf lhe
NWT has several energy
plans and policies,
including the Power System
Plan, Greenhouse Gas
Strategy, Biomass Energy
Strategy and Solar Energy
Strategy. To learn more visit
www.gov.nt.ca/
Christoph Burger, author of The
Decentralized Energy Revolution,
will be among the featured speakers
at the WADE Annual Conference
and Joint Meeting with the
Northeast Clean Heat and Power
Initiative, which will be held in
Boston, Massachusetts from 19-21
November. For more information
visit www.conference.localpower.org
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WORLD ALLIANCE FOR DECENTRALIZED ENERGY
Executive Director: David Sweet
1513 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036
Tel. +1 202 7 500 Fcx. +1 202 315 371 weL. www.lccclpcwer.crg
TOWARDS A SMARTER ELECTRICITY GRID: SMART THAI PRESENTS KEY
ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN ITS CLOSING FORUM
21 June, Bangkok, Thailand
The world is changing and
has to utilize its resources
in a more effcient and
environment-friendly manner
while providing the economy
with quality power. This
transition towards a more
effcienl lcw-ccrLcn eccncmy
necessitates a change in
the way power is produced,
lrcnsmillec, cislriL0lec cnc
consumed. New concepts,
such as smart grids, are now
Leing cevelcpec lc meel
this growing demand and
fulfl the stringent regulatory
mechanisms for utilising new
smart technologies. Making
the grid in Thailand smarter
has the potential to prevent
unexpected power cuts such
as recently experienced in
some provinces.
To strengthen todays
gric in Thcilcnc, lhe L0y-in cf
key stakeholders is critical,
says Alan Dale Gonzales,
the chairman of the World
Alliance for Thai Decentralised
Energy (WADE Thai). These
include government, local
utilities, regulators, equipment
manufacturers, appliance
manufacturers and most
importantly, consumers. Once
the idea to upgrade the grid
is accepted, the country,
involving regulators, utilities,
vendors, legislators, research
institutions, universities, and
other stakeholders need to
create a common vision and
scope for Smart Grid, he
added.
WADE Thai is driving the
project on Smart/Intelligent
Grid Development and
Deployment in Thailand (Smart
Thai), together with the WADE
cnc F0ll Acvcnlcge Cc., Llc.
The project is funded within the
framework of the Thailand-EC
Cccperclicn Fccilily-Phcse ll
(TFC ll) cf lhe F0rcpecn Unicn
(FU) fcr 72 cf ils lclcl L0cgel
of 255,000 (US324,000). The
project aims at enhancing the
capacity of Thai private and
p0Llic seclcr crgcnisclicns in
introducing and promoting
smart/intelligent grid systems
lhereLy ccnlriL0ling lc lhe
national effort in addressing
climate change mitigation
and energy security.
The key accomplishments
of the Smart Thai project
incl0ce lhe ccnc0cl cf FU
ciclcg0es Lelween lhe
Thai participants and their
counterparts in Germany,
Belgi0m cnc Frcnce in F0rcpe,
a series of training workshops
and corporate exchanges
were organized for the overall
enhancement of capacity of
Thci privcle cnc p0Llic seclcr
crgcnizclicns, cevelcpmenl
cf c sim0lclicn mccel,
prepcrclicn cf fecsiLilily sl0cy
cnc GHG miligclicn, cnc
p0Llicclicn cnc cisseminclicn
of the Handbook on the
Development and Deployment
of Smart/Intelligent Grid
Systems and EU Case Studies
of Best Practices.
To signify the governments
commitment towards such
modernization of the electricity
industry, the Ministry of Energy
cppcinlec lhe s0L-ccmmillee
on the Study of National Smart
Grid Development Master Plan
cn 8 DecemLer, 2011. ln his
speech at the closing forum
of the Smart Thai Project, the
Provincial Electricity Authority
(PEA) assistant governor of
Planning and Development,
Mr. Suwat Chiochanchai,
informed that the PEA has
announced its Smart Grid
Vision since two years ago with
lhe cL|eclives cf cevelcping
Smcrl Fnergy, Smcrl Life cnc
Smart Community in order to
improve the peoples quality
of life, while maintaining
envircnmenl Lenign
operations.
Ncle. lnlereslec
parties may contact Ms.
Ornthipa Mongkolsawat at
infc@wccelhci.crg, cnc cc.
i nfo.wadethai @gmai l .com,
cr visil WADF Thci weL sile cl
http://wadethai.org/.
WADE PRESENTS AT LNG FOR MARINE TRANSPORTATION CONFERENCE
Conference brings into focus various advancements & challenges for growth of LNG in marine sector
Hc0slcn, USA. Cne cf lhe key seclcrs lhcl
cc0lc crive LNG grcwlh in lhe f0l0re is
transportation, which is currently the single
lcrgesl ccnlriL0lcr lc cil cemcnc ccrcss
the world, consuming approximately
cne-fflh cf glcLcl primcry energy.
Transportation is seen as one the key
crivers fcr LNG grcwlh in f0l0re. lnc0slry
resecrch s0ggesls lhcl LNG cemcnc is
fcreccsl lc rise Ly 4. cnn0clly cver lhe
next 15 years, faster than the overall gas
mcrkel (2.5), mcre lhcn lwice cs fcsl cs
lclcl glcLcl gcs prcc0clicn (2.1) cnc
faster than inter-regional pipeline trade
(3.0). ln 2010, LNGs shcre cf lhe glcLcl
gcs s0pply wcs , Ly 2030 il is expeclec
lc cccc0nl fcr 15. Wilh lhe lnlernclicncl
lcrine Crgcnizclicn (llC) inlrcc0cing
restrictions on emissions that will come
into force in 2015 in the Emission Control
Areas and 2020 for the rest of the world,
LNG cc0lc Le lhe leccing ccnciccle wilh
c s0Lslcnlicl shcre cf lhe wcrlc L0nker
market given its environmental merits.
David Sweet, executive director,
represenlec WADF cl lhe frsl cnn0cl LNG
fcr lcrine Trcnspcrlclicn USA ccnference
held in Houston from 1112 June. The
evenl fcc0sec cn hcw lc L0ilc cn LNG
fuel supply chain for the Marine Market.
Along with John Hatley, VP of Ship Power,
Wartsila, Sweet presented on Dual fuel
engines A more fexible option?.
From left: Dr. Weerakorn Ongsakul, dean, SERD-AIT; Mr. David Sweet,
executive director, WADE; Mr. Sridhar Samudrala, director Asia, WADE;
Mr. Suwat Chiochanchai, assistant governor, PEA; Ms. Delphine Brissonneau,
Delegation of the European Union to Thailand; Mr. Juergen Bender, global
head of Utility Solutions, Orga Systems; Mr. Alan Dale Gonzales, chairman,
WADE Thai; Dr. Ludovic Lacrosse, director, WADE Thai
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Directory of Suppliers
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Directory Of Suppliers Classifed Listing Index
CLASSIFIED LISTING INDEX
COMPLETE PLANT
SUPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Biomass/waste fired. . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Gas fired . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Micro systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Other fuel fired. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Solid fuel fired . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Turnkey supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
APPLICATIONS . . . . . . . 59
Chemical and pharmaceutical
industries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
District cooling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
District heating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Food industry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Horticulture or agriculture . . . . . . . 60
Hospitals and healthcare . . . . . . . . 60
Hotels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Housing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Industrial companies . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Leisure, including swimming
pools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Metal refineries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Offices and commercial
buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Oil refining. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Petrochemical industry . . . . . . . . . 60
Small-scale domestic . . . . . . . . . . 60
Surface treatment
industry/ceramics . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Washeries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Wood-processing and paper . . . . . 61
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
FUEL AND INPUTS . . . . . 61
Biomass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Coal, solid fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Gas - biogas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Gas - landfill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Gas - natural . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Gas - other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
LPG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Pipelines and specialist
transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Waste . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Water treatment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
OUTPUT DISTRIBUTION
AND MARKETING . . . . 61
Cold and refrigeration . . . . . . . . . . 61
Direct mechanical drives . . . . . . . . 61
Distribution services . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Electricity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Emergency power . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Energy commodity trading. . . . . . . 62
Energy supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Energy transmission . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Heat pumps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Hot and cold water . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Hydraulic power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Power conversion systems . . . . . . . 62
Steam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Storage of heat and cold . . . . . . . . 62
Use of exhaust gases directly. . . . . 62
BY-PRODUCTS AND
WASTE CONTROL . . . . 62
Bypass systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Catalytic cleaning systems. . . . . . . 62
CO
2
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Emissions monitoring . . . . . . . . . . 62
Exhaust gas purification. . . . . . . . . 62
Exhaust systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Flue gas cleaning systems. . . . . . . 62
Fly ash transport systems. . . . . . . . 62
Waste oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Wastewater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Water treatment systems . . . . . . . . 62
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
COMPONENT SUPPLY
AND MANUFACTURE. . 62
Absorption chillers. . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Alternators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Auxiliary firing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Boilers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Burner technology and fuel
processing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Catalysts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Cogeneration power plants -
diesel engines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Cogeneration power plants -
fuel cells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Cogeneration power plants -
gas engines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Cogeneration power plants -
sterling engines. . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Cogeneration power plants -
other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Energy converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Engines - auxiliary power . . . . . . . . 63
Engines - diesel and biodiesel . . . . 63
Engines - dual fuel. . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Engines - gas. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Engines - other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Fogging. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Fuel cells. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Gas compressors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Gasification equipment . . . . . . . . . 63
Gas turbine air inlet cooling. . . . . . 63
Generator sets. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Generators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Heat exchangers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Heat recovery steam generators. . . 63
Industrial fluids and lubricants. . . . 63
Piping and pipeline components . . 63
Power generation systems . . . . . . . 63
Pumps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Recuperators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Service and maintenance . . . . . . . 64
Shell boilers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Silencers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Steam generators . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Switchgear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Turbines - gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Turbines - micro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Turbines - steam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Turbines - other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Turbomachinery controls . . . . . . . . 64
Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Waste heat boilers. . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Water tube boilers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
AUTOMATION MEASURING
AND CONTROL
SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Data logging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Electronics and components . . . . . 64
Emission controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Engine management . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Environmental controls . . . . . . . . . 65
Furnace and boiler controls . . . . . . 65
Instruments, sensors . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Power generation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Power protection and control . . . . . 65
Process control technology . . . . . . 65
Remote monitoring systems. . . . . . 65
Safety management systems. . . . . 65
Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Testing and monitoring . . . . . . . . . 65
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
SPECIALIST SERVICES . . 66
Commissioning and start-up
services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Construction installation and
engineering. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Consultancy - energy advice
and planning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Consultancy - environmental
policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Consultancy - financial
modelling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Consultancy - technical . . . . . . . . . 66
Consultancy - other . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Contract energy management . . . . 66
Contract operation and
management. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Development and joint
ownership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Emissions trading . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Energy audits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Energy management . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Energy service companies . . . . . . . 66
Engineering - cold . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Engineering - electrical . . . . . . . . . 67
Engineering - electronic. . . . . . . . . 67
Engineering - general . . . . . . . . . . 67
Engineering - heat . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Engineering - mechanical . . . . . . . 67
Engineering - oil/gas . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Engineering - power. . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Engineering - other . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Feasibility and preinvestment
studies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
General outsourcing services. . . . . 67
Government services . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Information, advice, publications . . 67
Insurance, risk management . . . . . 67
Legal, regulatory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Management information
systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Market development, marketing. . . 67
Market research. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
National/regional power system
assessment and planning . . . . . 67
Performance bench marking . . . . . 67
Plant supervision, optimisation . . . 67
Policy recommendations,
lobbying . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Pollution control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Procurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Project management . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Project technical and economic
evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Promotion, member representation
and public relations. . . . . . . . . . 68
Quality control and certification. . . 68
Research, R&D - academic . . . . . . 68
Research, R&D - contract . . . . . . . . 68
Service and maintenance . . . . . . . 68
Standards, ISO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Strategic consulting. . . . . . . . . . . . 68
System integration. . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Tariff systems and analysis. . . . . . . 68
Technical training, education . . . . . 68
Testing and inspection. . . . . . . . . . 68
Trouble shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Utility services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
FINANCE AND
INVESTMENT . . . . . . . . 68
Equity investments. . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Financial advice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Leasing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Project finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Third-party finance. . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
OTHER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
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COMPLETE PLANT
SUPPLY
BIOMASS/WASTE FIRED
Babcock & Wilcox Vlund(DK)
Bioenergy Technology Ltd(UK)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
Boson Energy SA(LU)
Clean Earth Technologies Inc(US)
Cochran Ltd(UK)
Conversion And Resource Evaluation Ltd(UK)
DDI Heat Exchangers Inc(CA)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
Dresser-Rand(US)
EMGroup BV(NL)
Enmas GB Power Systems Projects Ltd(IN)
ESI Inc of Tennessee(US)
E Van Wingen NV(BE)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
Geospec Enterprises(IN)
Ingeniera y Proyectos de Sistemas
Energticos SA de CV - IPSE(MX)
Jebsen & Jessen Technology (M) Sdn
Bhd(MY)
KingZen International Corp(PH)
Magaldi Power SpA(IT)
Midit Srl(IT)
OPRA Turbines(NL)
PRM Energy Systems Inc - PRME(US)
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
Renewable Power Systems Ltd - RPS(UK)
Richway Energy Holdings Ltd(CA)
SENER(ES)
SRI Chakravarthi & Co(IN)
Stress Free Systems Ltd(NG)
Symbiont Science Engineering and
Construction Inc(US)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Wolf Material Handling Systems(US)
WRSI Consulting Group LLC(US)
Xergi Ltd(UK)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
GAS FIRED
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
Cominter Corp(US)
Dresser-Rand(US)
Dresser-Rand Co Ltd(UK)
E Van Wingen NV(BE)
FireBag(US)
iLTEKNO(TR)
Ingersoll Rand(US)
Interlink Power Systems(US)
Leslie Controls Inc(US)
METKA SA(GR)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe
BV(NL)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Turbologistics(US)
Wrtsil Corp(FI)
MICRO SYSTEMS
Abraham Solar Equipment(US)
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
Tedom sro(CZ)
OTHER FUEL FIRED
Cominter Corp(US)
EMGroup BV(NL)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
iLTEKNO(TR)
Interlink Power Systems(AU)
Leslie Controls Inc(US)
Tecpro Systems Ltd(IN)
SOLID FUEL FIRED
Babcock & Wilcox Vlund(DK)
BMH Technology Oy(FI)
Cochran Ltd(UK)
Cominter Corp(US)
Enmas GB Power Systems Projects Ltd(IN)
ESI Inc of Tennessee(US)
Magaldi Power SpA(IT)
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
Tecpro Systems Ltd(IN)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
TURNKEY SUPPLY
Advanced Filtration Concepts Inc(US)
Affordable Wipers(US)
Atilgan Danismanlik Energy(TR)
Atlas Copco Rental(UK)
Bioenergy Technology Ltd(UK)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
Bosch Industriekessel GmbH(DE)
CH2M HILL(US)
Cochran Ltd(UK)
ENER-G Rudox Inc(US)
Enmas GB Power Systems Projects Ltd(IN)
E.ON Masdar Integrated Carbon(AE)
Gamatronic(UK)
iLTEKNO(TR)
Inov8(US)
Jebsen & Jessen Technology (M) Sdn
Bhd(MY)
Maven Power(US)
METKA SA(GR)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe
BV(NL)
NOVI Energy(US)
Petrotech Inc(US)
PW Power Systems Inc(US)
Richway Energy Holdings Ltd(CA)
SENER(ES)
Stress Free Systems Ltd(NG)
TIC - The Industrial Co(US)
Turbomach SA(CH)
Waste2Energy (Europe) Ltd(UK)
Xergi Ltd(UK)
APPLICATIONS
CHEMICAL AND
PHARMACEUTICAL
INDUSTRIES
Advanced Cyclone Systems SA(PT)
Airfow Sciences Corp(US)
American Safety Vest(US)
Bernd Gruebel Ingenieure - BGI(DE)
Boerger Pumps Asia Pte Ltd(SG)
CH2M HILL(US)
Claude Lyons Ltd(UK)
Colmac Coil Manufacturing Inc(US)
Commercial Acoustics(US)
Conntect Inc(US)
CONVAL(US)
CSC SpA(IT)
ECO PHYSICS Inc(US)
EMGroup BV(NL)
Flexitallic Ltd(UK)
GEA Filtri Gasparini Associates(IT)
Infor(US)
Ingersoll Rand(US)
Intercon Enterprises Inc(US)
Metrologie et Gestion dEnvironnement -
MGE(BE)
Niagara Blower Heat Transfer Solutions(US)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
Process Technology(US)
ProSim Inc(US)
Sentry Equipment Corp(US)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
SOLVAir Solutions/Solvay Chemicals
Inc(US)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Super Radiator Coils(US)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
Voith Turbo BHS Getriebe GmbH(DE)
DISTRICT COOLING
Aggreko(UK)
Amri Inc - a KSB Co(US)
Asplan Viak AS(NO)
Baltimore Aircoil International NV - BAC(BE)
Bernd Gruebel Ingenieure - BGI(DE)
Boson Energy SA(LU)
The Cool Solutions Co(US)
DDI Heat Exchangers Inc(CA)
Dresser-Rand(US)
Eneco Systems Inc(CA)
iLTEKNO(TR)
OPRA Turbines(NL)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
DISTRICT HEATING
Aggreko(UK)
Amri Inc - a KSB Co(US)
Bernd Gruebel Ingenieure - BGI(DE)
Boson Energy SA(LU)
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
Captus Energy Co(US)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Centrax Ltd(UK)
Cochran Ltd(UK)
David Oakland Associates(UK)
DDI Heat Exchangers Inc(CA)
Doosan Skoda Power(CZ)
Eneco Systems Inc(CA)
E.ON Masdar Integrated Carbon(AE)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
iLTEKNO(TR)
Indeck Power Equipment Co(US)
Interlink Power Systems(US)
Lithuanian Energy Institute - LEI(LT)
OPRA Turbines(NL)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Voith Turbo BHS Getriebe GmbH(DE)
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CLASSIFIED LISTING
Argentina AR
Australia AU
Austria AT
Belgium BE
Brazil BR
Canada CA
China CN
Colombia CB
Czech Republic CZ
Denmark DK
Estonia EE
Finland FI
France FR
Germany DE
Greece GR
Hong Kong HK
India IN
Indonesia ID
Ireland IE
Israel IL
Italy IT
Kenya KE
Lithuania LT
Luxembourg LU
Malaysia MY
Mexico MX
Morocco MA
Nepal NP
New Zealand NZ
Nigeria NG
Norway NO
Philippines PH
Poland PL
Portugal PT
Romania RO
Russian Federation RU
Singapore SG
Slovenia SI
South Africa ZA
Spain ES
Sweden SE
Switzerland CH
Thailand TH
The Netherlands NL
Tunisia TN
Turkey TR
United Arab Emirates AE
United Kingdom UK
United States US
Vietnam VN
Zimbabwe ZW
COUNTRY CODES USED IN THE
CLASSIFIED LISTING
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FOOD INDUSTRY
Advanced Cyclone Systems SA(PT)
Centrax Ltd(UK)
CH2M HILL(US)
Energy Concepts Co LLC(US)
GEA Filtri Gasparini Associates(IT)
Indeck Power Equipment Co(US)
Infor(US)
Intercon Enterprises Inc(US)
MMR Power Solutions(US)
Power Equipment Co(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Super Radiator Coils(US)
HORTICULTURE OR
AGRICULTURE
Abou Walid Group(TN)
Airofex Equipment(US)
American Safety Vest(US)
Bioenergy Australia(AU)
BioEnergy Producers Association Inc(US)
Bioenergy Technology Ltd(UK)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
Dresser-Rand Co Ltd(UK)
Dr MGR Jatropha Biodiesel Project(IN)
GICOM BV(NL)
Ingersoll Rand(US)
MK Consulting(TR)
Pipal Ltd(KE)
Seawater Greenhouse Ltd(UK)
HOSPITALS AND
HEALTHCARE
American DG Energy(US)
Bernard Matthey Ingnieurs-Conseils
SA(CH)
Bernd Gruebel Ingenieure - BGI(DE)
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Centrax Ltd(UK)
Claude Lyons Ltd(UK)
Clayton of Belgium NV(BE)
Cominter Corp(US)
Commercial Acoustics(US)
Constructions Industrielles de la
Mediterrane - CNIM(FR)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
Energy Industries LLC(US)
ESKO Energy Services and
Cogeneration(TR)
Gamatronic(UK)
Geldmann Technology Pte Ltd(SG)
HOTSTART Inc(US)
Indeck Power Equipment Co(US)
International Energy Systems (1983) Ltd -
IESL(CA)
Leslie Controls Inc(US)
Marioff Corp Oy(FI)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe
BV(NL)
Project Risk Ltd(US)
RealEnergy(US)
Russelectric Inc(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
HOTELS
AEGIS Bearing Protection Rings(US)
American DG Energy(US)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Clayton of Belgium NV(BE)
Cochran Ltd(UK)
Constructions Industrielles de la
Mediterrane - CNIM(FR)
EC Power A/S(DK)
HOTSTART Inc(US)
Ingersoll Rand(US)
Interlink Power Systems(US)
Marioff Corp Oy(FI)
RealEnergy(US)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
Tedom sro(CZ)
HOUSING
American DG Energy(US)
Bernard Matthey Ingnieurs-Conseils
SA(CH)
Bernd Gruebel Ingenieure - BGI(DE)
Bioenergy Technology Ltd(UK)
canadian association for renewable
energies (we c.a.r.e.)(CA)
Clayton of Belgium NV(BE)
Cominter Corp(US)
Earth Energy Society of Canada
(GeoCanada)(CA)
INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES
AEGIS Bearing Protection Rings(US)
Affordable Wipers(US)
Aggreko(UK)
Amri Inc - a KSB Co(US)
Balmac Inc(US)
Both Industrial Services BV - BIS(NL)
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Camfl Farr Power Systems AB(SE)
Captus Energy Co(US)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
CH2M HILL(US)
Clayton of Belgium NV(BE)
Clean Earth Technologies Inc(US)
Colmac Coil Manufacturing Inc(US)
Commercial Acoustics(US)
Compressor Controls Corp - CCC(US)
Constructions Industrielles de la
Mediterrane - CNIM(FR)
Control System Technologies LLC(US)
CONVAL(US)
David Oakland Associates(UK)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
DFME Sp zoo(PL)
Doosan Skoda Power(CZ)
Dresser-Rand(US)
Dust Control Technology(US)
EagleBurgmann Expansion Joint
Solutions(US)
ECO PHYSICS Inc(US)
Electroswitch(US)
Embassy Global LLC(US)
EMGroup BV(NL)
GEA Filtri Gasparini Associates(IT)
Geospec Enterprises(IN)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
Hoffmann Inc(US)
Ingeniera y Proyectos de Sistemas
Energticos SA de CV - IPSE(MX)
Ingersoll Rand(US)
Intercon Enterprises Inc(US)
Interlink Power Systems(US)
International Energy Systems (1983) Ltd -
IESL(CA)
John Crane(US)
Marioff Corp Oy(FI)
METKA SA(GR)
Metrologie et Gestion dEnvironnement -
MGE(BE)
Minco UK Ltd(UK)
MK Consulting(TR)
MMR Power Solutions(US)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
Power Equipment Co(US)
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
RealEnergy(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Southwest Research Institute(US)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Symbiont Science Engineering and
Construction Inc(US)
TEMP-PRO Inc(US)
Turbomach SA(CH)
Universal Accoustic & Emission
Technologies(US)
UT99 AG Oil Mist Eliminators(CH)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
LEISURE, INCLUDING
SWIMMING POOLS
Bernd Gruebel Ingenieure - BGI(DE)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Clayton of Belgium NV(BE)
Cominter Corp(US)
EC Power A/S(DK)
METAL REFINERIES
Airofex Equipment(US)
Amri Inc - a KSB Co(US)
DFME Sp zoo(PL)
Doosan Skoda Power(CZ)
ECO PHYSICS Inc(US)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
METKA SA(GR)
Process Technology(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
OFFICES AND
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
AEGIS Bearing Protection Rings(US)
Bioenergy Technology Ltd(UK)
canadian association for renewable
energies (we c.a.r.e.)(CA)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Claude Lyons Ltd(UK)
Cominter Corp(US)
Commercial Acoustics(US)
Earth Energy Society of Canada
(GeoCanada)(CA)
EC Power A/S(DK)
Energy Industries LLC(US)
Geospec Enterprises(IN)
HOTSTART Inc(US)
Ingersoll Rand(US)
Interlink Power Systems(US)
Marioff Corp Oy(FI)
MK Consulting(TR)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
Project Risk Ltd(US)
RealEnergy(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
OIL REFINING
American Safety Vest(US)
Boerger Pumps Asia Pte Ltd(SG)
Both Industrial Services BV - BIS(NL)
Colmac Coil Manufacturing Inc(US)
Compressor Controls Corp - CCC(US)
Conntect Inc(US)
CONVAL(US)
EagleBurgmann Expansion Joint
Solutions(US)
ECO PHYSICS Inc(US)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
Flexitallic Ltd(UK)
IDE Technologies Ltd(IL)
Intercon Enterprises Inc(US)
International Energy Systems (1983) Ltd -
IESL(CA)
John Crane(US)
MAN Diesel & Turbo SE(DE)
METKA SA(GR)
Minco UK Ltd(UK)
Neuman & Esser USA Inc(US)
Niagara Blower Heat Transfer Solutions(US)
OPRA Turbines(NL)
Ronan Engineering Co(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
TEMP-PRO Inc(US)
Universal Accoustic & Emission
Technologies(US)
Vector Systems Inc(US)
Voith Turbo BHS Getriebe GmbH(DE)
PETROCHEMICAL
INDUSTRY
American Safety Vest(US)
Boerger Pumps Asia Pte Ltd(SG)
Both Industrial Services BV - BIS(NL)
Centrax Ltd(UK)
CH2M HILL(US)
Claude Lyons Ltd(UK)
Cochran Ltd(UK)
CONVAL(US)
CSC SpA(IT)
DFME Sp zoo(PL)
EagleBurgmann Expansion Joint
Solutions(US)
ECO PHYSICS Inc(US)
EMGroup BV(NL)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
Flexitallic Ltd(UK)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
HC Controls Inc(US)
Heliex Power Ltd(UK)
Infor(US)
Ingersoll Rand(US)
Intercon Enterprises Inc(US)
Marioff Corp Oy(FI)
METKA SA(GR)
Minco UK Ltd(UK)
Neuman & Esser USA Inc(US)
Niagara Blower Heat Transfer Solutions(US)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
Process Technology(US)
ProSim Inc(US)
Ronan Engineering Co(US)
Sentry Equipment Corp(US)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
SSS Clutch Co Inc(US)
Super Radiator Coils(US)
TEMP-PRO Inc(US)
TIC - The Industrial Co(US)
Universal Accoustic & Emission
Technologies(US)
Voith Turbo BHS Getriebe GmbH(DE)
SMALL-SCALE DOMESTIC
Aadhunik Global Energy(IN)
Aseka Consulting Ltd(FI)
Boson Energy SA(LU)
canadian association for renewable
energies (we c.a.r.e.)(CA)
EC Power A/S(DK)
KingZen International Corp(PH)
Robertson Economic Information
Services(ZW)
Solar Connexion(US)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
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SURFACE TREATMENT
INDUSTRY/CERAMICS
GEA Filtri Gasparini Associates(IT)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
WASHERIES
American Safety Vest(US)
WOOD-PROCESSING AND
PAPER
Airofex Equipment(US)
BMH Technology Oy(FI)
Clean Earth Technologies Inc(US)
Colmac Coil Manufacturing Inc(US)
Cominter Corp(US)
CONVAL(US)
Conveyor Components Co(US)
Doosan Skoda Power(CZ)
Flexitallic Ltd(UK)
GICOM BV(NL)
Hoffmann Inc(US)
Jeffrey Rader(US)
Niagara Blower Heat Transfer Solutions(US)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
PRM Energy Systems Inc - PRME(US)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Super Radiator Coils(US)
TEMP-PRO Inc(US)
Warren & Baerg Manufacturing Inc(US)
West Salem Machinery Co(US)
Wolf Material Handling Systems(US)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
OTHER
AEGIS Bearing Protection Rings(US)
Babcock Power Inc(US)
Bedford Reinforced Plastics(US)
Boson Energy SA(LU)
Casinghini Heatex Srl(IT)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
CC Jensen Ltd(UK)
Clayton of Belgium NV(BE)
Conntect Inc(US)
Constructions Industrielles de la
Mediterrane - CNIM(FR)
Continental Biomass Industries Inc -
CBI(US)
Dale Power Solutions Ltd(UK)
De Jong Combustion BV(NL)
Dekomte de Temple GmbH(DE)
Detroit Stoker Co(US)
Electroswitch(US)
Flexitallic Ltd(UK)
FLSmidth Pfster GmbH(DE)
Kansas City Deaerator(US)
L-3 MAPPS(CA)
Lanco Wind Power Pvt Ltd(IN)
Mag-Tran(US)
METKA SA(GR)
New Componit Srl(IT)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
Robertson Economic Information
Services(ZW)
Russelectric Inc(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
SSS Clutch Co Inc(US)
Universitywafer.com(US)
Welland & Tuxhorn(DE)
WRC Plc(UK)
Xiamen Powerway Advanced Material Co
Ltd(CN)
FUEL AND INPUTS
BIOMASS
Aadhunik Global Energy(IN)
Abou Walid Group(TN)
Advanced Cyclone Systems SA(PT)
AE&E Lentjes GmbH(DE)
Airofex Equipment(US)
Bioenergy Australia(AU)
BioEnergy Producers Association Inc(US)
Burmeister & Wain Energy A/S - BWE(DK)
Conversion And Resource Evaluation
Ltd(UK)
GICOM BV(NL)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
Helmick Corp(US)
Hoffmann Inc(US)
Jebsen & Jessen Technology (M) Sdn
Bhd(MY)
Justsen Energiteknik A/S(DK)
KingZen International Corp(PH)
Kyoto Energy Pte Ltd(SG)
Lithuanian Energy Institute - LEI(LT)
PDR Associates (Renewable) Inc(US)
PHG Energy(US)
Precision Energy Services Inc(US)
PRM Energy Systems Inc - PRME(US)
SENER(ES)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Tecpro Systems Ltd(IN)
Wrtsil Corp(FI)
West Salem Machinery Co(US)
Wolf Material Handling Systems(US)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
COAL, SOLID FUEL
Advanced Cyclone Systems SA(PT)
AE&E Lentjes GmbH(DE)
Burmeister & Wain Energy A/S - BWE(DK)
CH2M HILL(US)
Hoffmann Inc(US)
Magaldi Power SpA(IT)
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Wolf Material Handling Systems(US)
GAS - BIOGAS
APROVIS Energy Systems GmbH(DE)
BioEnergy Producers Association Inc(US)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
Caterpillar SARL(CH)
CH2M HILL(US)
ENALCO BV(NL)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Energy Concepts Co LLC(US)
Etudes Chimiques et Physiques - ECP(FR)
ETW Energietechnik GmbH(DE)
Gas Compressors Ltd(UK)
Indeck Power Equipment Co(US)
Ingeniera y Proyectos de Sistemas
Energticos SA de CV - IPSE(MX)
Ingersoll Rand(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Tedom sro(CZ)
West Salem Machinery Co(US)
Xergi Ltd(UK)
GAS - LANDFILL
CH2M HILL(US)
ENALCO BV(NL)
Eneco Systems Inc(CA)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Etudes Chimiques et Physiques - ECP(FR)
ETW Energietechnik GmbH(DE)
Gas Compressors Ltd(UK)
Renewable Power Systems Ltd - RPS(UK)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Tedom sro(CZ)
GAS - NATURAL
Alturdyne Power Systems(US)
CH2M HILL(US)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
ENALCO BV(NL)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
ETW Energietechnik GmbH(DE)
Gas Compressors Ltd(UK)
Ingersoll Rand(US)
International Energy Systems (1983) Ltd -
IESL(CA)
MAN Diesel & Turbo SE(DE)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe
BV(NL)
Neuman & Esser USA Inc(US)
Precision Combustion Inc(US)
PW Power Systems Inc(US)
Renewable NRG LLC(US)
SENER(ES)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Xergi Ltd(UK)
GAS - OTHER
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Tedom sro(CZ)
LPG
Alturdyne Power Systems(US)
International Energy Systems (1983) Ltd -
IESL(CA)
Precision Combustion Inc(US)
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Tedom sro(CZ)
OIL
Bell Performance Inc(US)
CC Jensen Ltd(UK)
CH2M HILL(US)
Cominter Corp(US)
EC Power A/S(DK)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Indeck Power Equipment Co(US)
KingZen International Corp(PH)
MAN Diesel & Turbo SE(DE)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Turbologistics(US)
Turbotect Ltd(CH)
TVC Systems(US)
PIPELINES AND SPECIALIST
TRANSPORT
Conntect Inc(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
WASTE
AE&E Lentjes GmbH(DE)
American Heat and Power LLC(US)
Clean Earth Technologies Inc(US)
Conversion And Resource Evaluation
Ltd(UK)
Eneco Systems Inc(CA)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Energy Concepts Co LLC(US)
GICOM BV(NL)
Helmick Corp(US)
PHG Energy(US)
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
SAMCO Technologies Inc(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
WATER TREATMENT
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Envipure Pte Ltd(SG)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
IDE Technologies Ltd(IL)
Ondeo Industrial Solutions(UK)
SAMCO Technologies Inc(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Swan Analytical Instruments AG(CH)
OTHER
Earth Energy Society of Canada
(GeoCanada)(CA)
Nedstack(NL)
Project Risk Ltd(US)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
West Salem Machinery Co(US)
OUTPUT DISTRIBUTION
AND MARKETING
COLD AND
REFRIGERATION
Apina SA(ES)
DIRECT MECHANICAL
DRIVES
Aadhunik Global Energy(IN)
Both Industrial Services BV - BIS(NL)
Conntect Inc(US)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
DISTRIBUTION SERVICES
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
ELECTRICITY
Aadhunik Global Energy(IN)
Alturdyne Power Systems(US)
APT Consulting Group Co Ltd(TH)
Atilgan Danismanlik Energy(TR)
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
CH2M HILL(US)
Dresser-Rand Co Ltd(UK)
Eneco Systems Inc(CA)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
G&W Electric Co(US)
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
Renewable Power Systems Ltd - RPS(UK)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Turbologistics(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
WRSI Consulting Group LLC(US)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
EMERGENCY POWER
Alturdyne Power Systems(US)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
E Van Wingen NV(BE)
G&W Electric Co(US)
Kinsley Power Systems(US)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe
BV(NL)
PW Power Systems Inc(US)
Russelectric Inc(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
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ENERGY COMMODITY
TRADING
Atilgan Danismanlik Energy(TR)
ENERGY SUPPLY
American DG Energy(US)
Conntect Inc(US)
KingZen International Corp(PH)
Nedstack(NL)
Oasis Montana Inc(US)
PW Power Systems Inc(US)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Turbomach SA(CH)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
ENERGY TRANSMISSION
G&W Electric Co(US)
Ray Dauria Associates - Power Industry
Recruiters(US)
Silicon Power Corp(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
HEAT
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Dresser-Rand Co Ltd(UK)
Renewable Power Systems Ltd - RPS(UK)
Tedom sro(CZ)
HEAT PUMPS
Earth Energy Society of Canada
(GeoCanada)(CA)
Energy Concepts Co LLC(US)
PDR Associates (Renewable) Inc(US)
HOT AND COLD WATER
CH2M HILL(US)
HYDRAULIC POWER
Mahavir Shree International Pvt Ltd(NP)
POWER CONVERSION
SYSTEMS
Alturdyne Power Systems(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
STEAM
CH2M HILL(US)
Detroit Stoker Co(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
STORAGE OF HEAT AND
COLD
Apina SA(ES)
Baltimore Aircoil International NV - BAC(BE)
CH2M HILL(US)
TermoDeck International Ltd(SE)
USE OF EXHAUST GASES
DIRECTLY
CH2M HILL(US)
Energy Concepts Co LLC(US)
STEJASA Agregados Industriales SA(ES)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
BY-PRODUCTS AND
WASTE CONTROL
BYPASS SYSTEMS
Contec GmbH Industrieausruestungen(DE)
G+H Schallschutz GmbH(DE)
REMAZEL Engineering SpA(IT)
STEJASA Agregados Industriales SA(ES)
Thompson Pump and Manufacturing
Co(US)
CATALYTIC CLEANING
SYSTEMS
AirProtekt Ltd(UK)
Environmental Alternatives Inc(US)
Etudes Chimiques et Physiques - ECP(FR)
IAC Acoustics(UK)
Johnson Matthey(US)
CO
2
Nova Analytical Systems Inc(US)
Testo Ltd(UK)
EMISSIONS MONITORING
cmc Instruments GmbH(DE)
Cranfeld University(UK)
Dexdyne Ltd(UK)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
Nova Analytical Systems Inc(US)
Odotech Inc(CA)
Testo Ltd(UK)
EXHAUST GAS
PURIFICATION
AirProtekt Ltd(UK)
Anguil Environmental Systems Inc(US)
AVC Specialists(US)
Clariant Corp(US)
EXHAUST SYSTEMS
AAF(UK)
Camfl Farr Power Systems AB(SE)
Clayton of Belgium NV(BE)
ENALCO BV(NL)
G+H Schallschutz GmbH(DE)
IAC Acoustics(UK)
Johnson Matthey(US)
REMAZEL Engineering SpA(IT)
STEJASA Agregados Industriales SA(ES)
FLUE GAS CLEANING
SYSTEMS
Acier MCM Steel (Dampex)(CA)
AE&E Lentjes GmbH(DE)
Aquatech International Corp(US)
Babcock & Wilcox Vlund(DK)
BHS Sonthofen GmbH(DE)
Burmeister & Wain Energy A/S - BWE(DK)
Envipure Pte Ltd(SG)
Evonik Fibres GmbH(AT)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
Johnson Matthey(US)
Richway Energy Holdings Ltd(CA)
SOLVAir Solutions/Solvay Chemicals
Inc(US)
WRSI Consulting Group LLC(US)
FLY ASH TRANSPORT
SYSTEMS
Acier MCM Steel (Dampex)(CA)
Helmick Corp(US)
National Conveyors Co Inc(US)
Thompson Pump and Manufacturing
Co(US)
WASTE OIL
Etudes Chimiques et Physiques - ECP(FR)
Levelese Inc(US)
SAMCO Technologies Inc(US)
WASTEWATER
Aquatech International Corp(US)
Cranfeld University(UK)
DDI Heat Exchangers Inc(CA)
Envipure Pte Ltd(SG)
GC3 Specialty Chemicals Inc(US)
IDE Technologies Ltd(IL)
Kyoto Energy Pte Ltd(SG)
Levelese Inc(US)
Niagara Blower Heat Transfer Solutions(US)
Ondeo Industrial Solutions(UK)
Power Lube Industrial(US)
ProMation Engineering Inc(US)
Richway Energy Holdings Ltd(CA)
SAMCO Technologies Inc(US)
SPX Flow Technology(US)
Symbiont Science Engineering and
Construction Inc(US)
SymCom Inc(US)
Thompson Pump and Manufacturing
Co(US)
WATER TREATMENT
SYSTEMS
Aquatech International Corp(US)
Clean Earth Technologies Inc(US)
Conntect Inc(US)
Contec GmbH Industrieausruestungen(DE)
Cranfeld University(UK)
Dexdyne Ltd(UK)
Eco-Tec Europe Ltd(UK)
Envipure Pte Ltd(SG)
GC3 Specialty Chemicals Inc(US)
IDE Technologies Ltd(IL)
Ondeo Industrial Solutions(UK)
Power Lube Industrial(US)
Process Technology(US)
ProMation Engineering Inc(US)
QUA Group LLC(US)
SAMCO Technologies Inc(US)
Sentry Equipment Corp(US)
Swan Analytical Instruments AG(CH)
OTHER
AAF International(US)
American Heat and Power LLC(US)
Environmental Alternatives Inc(US)
PHG Energy(US)
COMPONENT SUPPLY
AND MANUFACTURE
ABSORPTION CHILLERS
Apina SA(ES)
Broad USA Inc(US)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
Schutte & Koerting(US)
Thermax Europe Ltd(UK)
ALTERNATORS
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
DFME Sp zoo(PL)
Leroy Somer(FR)
Marelli Motori SpA(IT)
Mecc Alte FE Pte Ltd(SG)
AUXILIARY FIRING
Rely Precision Castings(ZA)
BATTERIES
CIAT(FR)
Crestchic Ltd(UK)
BOILERS
AE&E Lentjes GmbH(DE)
Ansaldo Caldaie SpA(IT)
APROVIS Energy Systems GmbH(DE)
Aseka Consulting Ltd(FI)
Babcock & Wilcox Vlund(DK)
BORSIG Boiler Systems GmbH(DE)
Bosch Industriekessel GmbH(DE)
Burmeister & Wain Energy A/S - BWE(DK)
Cannon Boiler Works Inc(US)
Cleaver-Brooks Engineered Boiler
Systems(US)
CMI Energy(BE)
Cochran Ltd(UK)
CSC SpA(IT)
Enmas GB Power Systems Projects Ltd(IN)
ERI (Energy Recovery International)(US)
Hamon Deltak Inc(US)
Helmick Corp(US)
Hurst Boiler & Welding Co Inc(US)
International Power Machinery Co(US)
Johnston Boiler Co(US)
Justsen Energiteknik A/S(DK)
NATCOM(CA)
Power Equipment Co(US)
Rely Precision Castings(ZA)
Rely (UK) Precision Castings(UK)
STF SpA(IT)
BURNER TECHNOLOGY
AND FUEL PROCESSING
Burmeister & Wain Energy A/S - BWE(DK)
De Jong Combustion BV(NL)
Detroit Stoker Co(US)
ERI (Energy Recovery International)(US)
Hurst Boiler & Welding Co Inc(US)
NATCOM(CA)
Precision Combustion Inc(US)
CATALYSTS
APROVIS Energy Systems GmbH(DE)
Clariant Corp(US)
Donau Carbon GmbH & Co KG(DE)
Etudes Chimiques et Physiques - ECP(FR)
IAC Acoustics(UK)
Johnson Matthey(US)
COGENERATION POWER
PLANTS - DIESEL ENGINES
Bell Performance Inc(US)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Heliex Power Ltd(UK)
International Power Machinery Co(US)
Mahavir Shree International Pvt Ltd(NP)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe
BV(NL)
COGENERATION POWER
PLANTS - FUEL CELLS
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Nedstack(NL)
Precision Combustion Inc(US)
COGENERATION POWER
PLANTS - GAS ENGINES
American DG Energy(US)
Bell Performance Inc(US)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Dresser-Rand Co Ltd(UK)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
ENER-G Combined Power Ltd(UK)
ENER-G Rudox Inc(US)
International Power Machinery Co(US)
James Troop & Co Ltd(UK)
Kraft Power Corp(US)
MMR Power Solutions(US)
Petrotech Inc(US)
PRM Energy Systems Inc - PRME(US)
PW Power Systems Inc(US)
Renewable NRG LLC(US)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Turbotect Ltd(CH)
Wrtsil Corp(FI)
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COGENERATION POWER
PLANTS - STERLING
ENGINES
Precision Combustion Inc(US)
COGENERATION POWER
PLANTS - OTHER
Advanced Filtration Concepts Inc(US)
Hurst Boiler & Welding Co Inc(US)
Jebsen & Jessen Technology (M) Sdn
Bhd(MY)
PRM Energy Systems Inc - PRME(US)
Rely (UK) Precision Castings(UK)
REMAZEL Engineering SpA(IT)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
SRI Chakravarthi & Co(IN)
SSS Clutch Co Inc(US)
Stress Free Systems Ltd(NG)
Technopa GmbH(AT)
Tecpro Systems Ltd(IN)
ENERGY CONVERTERS
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Midit Srl(IT)
Oasis Montana Inc(US)
Silicon Power Corp(US)
ENGINES - AUXILIARY
POWER
Fairbanks Morse Engine(US)
HARCO(US)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe
BV(NL)
Rolls-Royce(UK)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
ENGINES - DIESEL AND
BIODIESEL
Aaron Equipment Co(US)
ABB Turbo Systems Ltd(CH)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Diesel Power Holland BV(NL)
Dresser-Rand(ES)
Edeco Petroleum Services Ltd(UK)
ENER-G Rudox Inc(US)
EnPro(TR)
Fairbanks Morse Engine(US)
Fozmula Ltd(UK)
International Power Machinery Co(US)
James Troop & Co Ltd(UK)
Mid America Engine Inc(US)
MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH(DE)
Perkins Engines Co Ltd(UK)
ENGINES - DUAL FUEL
Aaron Equipment Co(US)
ABB Turbo Systems Ltd(CH)
Fairbanks Morse Engine(US)
HARCO(US)
Kraft Power Corp(US)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
ENGINES - GAS
Aaron Equipment Co(US)
ABB Turbo Systems Ltd(CH)
Aeroderivative Gas Turbine Support Inc(US)
Bernard Matthey Ingnieurs-Conseils
SA(CH)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Caterpillar SARL(CH)
Diesel Power Holland BV(NL)
Dresser-Rand(ES)
Edeco Petroleum Services Ltd(UK)
EnPro(TR)
Fairbanks Morse Engine(US)
HARCO(US)
James Troop & Co Ltd(UK)
Kraft Power Corp(US)
Mid America Engine Inc(US)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe
BV(NL)
Perkins Engines Co Ltd(UK)
Petrotech Inc(US)
Tedom sro(CZ)
ENGINES - OTHER
Aaron Equipment Co(US)
Captus Energy Co(US)
ComAp spol sro(CZ)
Diesel Power Holland BV(NL)
Fairbanks Morse Engine(US)
Pearl Steam Engine Co(US)
Perkins Engines Co Ltd(UK)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
FILTERS
AAF(UK)
Advanced Filtration Concepts Inc(US)
Braden Manufacturing LLC(US)
Camfl Farr Power Systems AB(SE)
CC Jensen Ltd(UK)
Contec GmbH Industrieausruestungen(DE)
Cressall Resistors(UK)
Croll-Reynolds Engineering Co Inc(US)
Deftec SPRL(BE)
Eagle Filters Ltd(FI)
Evonik Fibres GmbH(AT)
G+H Schallschutz GmbH(DE)
GasTurbineSupport(DE)
GEA Filtri Gasparini Associates(IT)
GE Power & Water - Air Filtration(US)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
James Troop & Co Ltd(UK)
SPX Flow Technology(US)
Universal Accoustic & Emission
Technologies(US)
UT99 AG Oil Mist Eliminators(CH)
Workhorse Power Inc(US)
FOGGING
Camfl Farr Power Systems AB(SE)
FUEL CELLS
Caterpillar Inc(US)
HARCO(US)
Johnson Matthey(US)
Nedstack(NL)
GAS COMPRESSORS
Elliott Group(US)
EnPro(TR)
Gas Compressors Ltd(UK)
Mapro International SpA(IT)
Minco UK Ltd(UK)
Neuman & Esser USA Inc(US)
Petrotech Inc(US)
Schutte & Koerting(US)
Stork Turbo Blading(US)
GASIFICATION EQUIPMENT
PHG Energy(US)
GAS TURBINE AIR INLET
COOLING
AAF(UK)
Camfl Farr Power Systems AB(SE)
LAI International Inc(US)
GENERATOR SETS
ABZ Aggregate-Bau GmbH & Co KG(DE)
Aggreko(UK)
Carlor Engineering SA(BE)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
ComAp spol sro(CZ)
Diesel Power Holland BV(NL)
ENER-G Combined Power Ltd(UK)
FG Wilson (Engineering) Ltd(UK)
Fozmula Ltd(UK)
HC Controls Inc(US)
James Troop & Co Ltd(UK)
Kinsley Power Systems(US)
Kraft Power Corp(US)
MTU Onsite Energy Corp(US)
Pelrine and Buchanans Maritime Trading
Worldwide(CA)
Perkins Engines Co Ltd(UK)
Rolls-Royce(UK)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
GENERATORS
Aggreko(UK)
Atlas Copco Rental(UK)
Babcock Power Inc(US)
BRUSH Turbogenerators Inc(US)
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Carlor Engineering SA(BE)
Clayton of Belgium NV(BE)
Cominter Corp(US)
DFME Sp zoo(PL)
Diesel Power Holland BV(NL)
FG Wilson (Engineering) Ltd(UK)
International Generator Technical
Community(US)
Kinsley Energy Systems(US)
Kinsley Power Systems(US)
Leroy Somer(FR)
Marelli Motori SpA(IT)
Maven Power(US)
Mid America Engine Inc(US)
MK Consulting(TR)
MTU Onsite Energy Corp(US)
National Electric Coil(US)
Pelrine and Buchanans Maritime Trading
Worldwide(CA)
Perkins Engines Co Ltd(UK)
PW Power Systems Inc(US)
Turbologistics(US)
HEAT EXCHANGERS
Ambassador Heat Transfer Co(US)
Anguil Environmental Systems Inc(US)
APROVIS Energy Systems GmbH(DE)
Baltimore Aircoil International NV - BAC(BE)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
Both Industrial Services BV - BIS(NL)
Cannon Boiler Works Inc(US)
Carlor Engineering SA(BE)
CIAT(FR)
Colmac Coil Manufacturing Inc(US)
CSC SpA(IT)
DDI Heat Exchangers Inc(CA)
ENALCO BV(NL)
Midit Srl(IT)
Paharpur Cooling Towers Ltd(IN)
Process Technology(US)
Rely (UK) Precision Castings(UK)
Schutte & Koerting(US)
Seawater Greenhouse Ltd(UK)
Sentry Equipment Corp(US)
STF SpA(IT)
Super Radiator Coils(US)
UNEX Scambio Termico Srl(IT)
HEAT RECOVERY STEAM
GENERATORS
Acier MCM Steel (Dampex)(CA)
Anguil Environmental Systems Inc(US)
Ansaldo Caldaie SpA(IT)
APROVIS Energy Systems GmbH(DE)
Babcock Power Inc(US)
Clayton of Belgium NV(BE)
Cleaver-Brooks Engineered Boiler
Systems(US)
CMI Energy(BE)
Cochran Ltd(UK)
E.ON Masdar Integrated Carbon(AE)
ERI (Energy Recovery International)(US)
Hamon Deltak Inc(US)
Helmick Corp(US)
Precision Iceblast Corp(US)
STF SpA(IT)
Stork Turbo Blading(US)
INDUSTRIAL FLUIDS AND
LUBRICANTS
Bell Performance Inc(US)
Minco UK Ltd(UK)
Power Lube Industrial(US)
PIPING AND PIPELINE
COMPONENTS
Croll-Reynolds Engineering Co Inc(US)
David Oakland Associates(UK)
EagleBurgmann Expansion Joint
Solutions(US)
Petrotech Inc(US)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
Rely Precision Castings(ZA)
SIPOS Aktorik GmbH(DE)
Thompson Pump and Manufacturing
Co(US)
Victaulic Co of America(US)
POWER GENERATION
SYSTEMS
Air Systems Ltd(IN)
Anguil Environmental Systems Inc(US)
Carlor Engineering SA(BE)
Caterpillar SARL(CH)
Centrax Ltd(UK)
Copower LLC(EE)
Dresser-Rand(ES)
Elliott Group(US)
ETW Energietechnik GmbH(DE)
Franco Tosi Meccanica SpA(IT)
HC Controls Inc(US)
Hurst Boiler & Welding Co Inc(US)
MAN Diesel & Turbo SE(DE)
Mid America Engine Inc(US)
MTU Onsite Energy Corp(US)
Nedstack(NL)
Pelrine and Buchanans Maritime Trading
Worldwide(CA)
PW Power Systems Inc(US)
Rely (UK) Precision Castings(UK)
REMAZEL Engineering SpA(IT)
Rolls-Royce(UK)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
STAR & STAR Field Fit Inc (Steam Turbine
Alternative Resources)(US)
Stork Turbo Blading(US)
Surround Technologies Inc(CA)
Technopa GmbH(AT)
Turbomach SA(CH)
Turbotect Ltd(CH)
Wrtsil Corp(FI)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
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PUMPS
Boerger Pumps Asia Pte Ltd(SG)
Broad USA Inc(US)
Flowserve Corp(US)
KRAL AG(AT)
Power Lube Industrial(US)
SPX Flow Technology(US)
Thompson Pump and Manufacturing
Co(US)
Voith Turbo GmbH & Co KG(DE)
RECUPERATORS
Ingersoll Rand(US)
Petrotech Inc(US)
SERVICE AND
MAINTENANCE
Camfl Farr Power Systems AB(SE)
Conntect Inc(US)
EagleBurgmann Expansion Joint
Solutions(US)
Eagle Filters Ltd(FI)
Franco Tosi Meccanica SpA(IT)
GasTurbineSupport(DE)
HSI(US)
National Electric Coil(US)
PW Power Systems Inc(US)
PXL Seals(FR)
Safway Services LLC(US)
Sav Network(FR)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
Xergi Ltd(UK)
SHELL BOILERS
Bosch Industriekessel GmbH(DE)
Thermax Europe Ltd(UK)
SILENCERS
AAF(UK)
Aarding Thermal Acoustics BV(NL)
Braden Manufacturing LLC(US)
Camfl Farr Power Systems AB(SE)
Commercial Acoustics(US)
Flowserve Corp(US)
G+H Schallschutz GmbH(DE)
IAC Acoustics(UK)
STEJASA Agregados Industriales SA(ES)
Universal Accoustic & Emission
Technologies(US)
STEAM GENERATORS
Aadhunik Global Energy(IN)
Bosch Industriekessel GmbH(DE)
Cleaver-Brooks Engineered Boiler
Systems(US)
CMI Energy(BE)
Enmas GB Power Systems Projects Ltd(IN)
Leslie Controls Inc(US)
Pelrine and Buchanans Maritime Trading
Worldwide(CA)
Technopa GmbH(AT)
SWITCHGEAR
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
G&W Electric Co(US)
Mahavir Shree International Pvt Ltd(NP)
Matrix Power Ltd(UK)
Petrotech Inc(US)
Power Equipment Co(US)
Russelectric Inc(US)
Siemens Transmission and Distribution
Ltd(UK)
Silicon Power Corp(US)
Tapeswitch Corp(US)
TRANSFORMERS
Claude Lyons Ltd(UK)
Crestchic Ltd(UK)
DEIF A/S(DK)
Mag-Tran(US)
Siemens Transmission and Distribution
Ltd(UK)
TURBINES - GAS
Aeroderivative Gas Turbine Support Inc(US)
ap+m(US)
BWD Turbines Ltd(CA)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Control System Technologies LLC(US)
Copower LLC(EE)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
GasTurbineSupport(DE)
GE(DE)
Gibraltar Chimney International(US)
HARCO(US)
LAI International Inc(US)
Mid America Engine Inc(US)
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg
GmbH(DE)
OPRA Turbines(NL)
Pelrine and Buchanans Maritime Trading
Worldwide(CA)
Petrotech Inc(US)
PSM - an Alstom Co(US)
PW Power Systems Inc(US)
Rolls-Royce(UK)
Siemens Industrial Turbomachinery Ltd(UK)
STAR & STAR Field Fit Inc (Steam Turbine
Alternative Resources)(US)
Stork Turbo Blading(US)
Sulzer Turbo Services(US)
Turbine Technology Services Corp(US)
Turbomach SA(CH)
Turbotect Ltd(CH)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
Zokman Products Inc(US)
TURBINES - MICRO
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
PXL Seals(FR)
TURBINES - STEAM
Control System Technologies LLC(US)
Copower LLC(EE)
Doosan Skoda Power(CZ)
Dresser-Rand(US)
Elliott Group(US)
Franco Tosi Meccanica SpA(IT)
Gibraltar Chimney International(US)
International Power Machinery Co(US)
Jebsen & Jessen Technology (M) Sdn
Bhd(MY)
LAI International Inc(US)
MAN Diesel & Turbo SE(DE)
Rolls-Royce(UK)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
SRI Chakravarthi & Co(IN)
STAR & STAR Field Fit Inc (Steam Turbine
Alternative Resources)(US)
Stork Turbo Blading(US)
Sulzer Turbo Services(US)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
TURBINES - OTHER
Captus Energy Co(US)
Cranfeld University(UK)
Franco Tosi Meccanica SpA(IT)
Gibraltar Chimney International(US)
Liburdi Turbine Services Inc(CA)
Princeton Power Systems Inc(US)
REMAZEL Engineering SpA(IT)
Turbine Technology Services Corp(US)
Waste2Energy (Europe) Ltd(UK)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
TURBOMACHINERY
CONTROLS
ABB Turbo Systems Ltd(CH)
STAR & STAR Field Fit Inc (Steam Turbine
Alternative Resources)(US)
Voith Turbo GmbH & Co KG(DE)
VALVES
Acier MCM Steel (Dampex)(CA)
Amri Inc - a KSB Co(US)
ap+m(US)
Assured Automation(US)
Flowserve Corp(US)
Global Power Plant Services(US)
LAI International Inc(US)
Leslie Controls Inc(US)
MK Consulting(TR)
NACB LLC(US)
Petrotech Inc(US)
ProMation Engineering Inc(US)
PXL Seals(FR)
Rely Precision Castings(ZA)
Rely (UK) Precision Castings(UK)
Rotork Plc(UK)
Schutte & Koerting(US)
SPX Flow Technology(US)
STEJASA Agregados Industriales SA(ES)
Tech Products Inc(US)
Valvulas Jola(ES)
Victaulic Co of America(US)
Voith Turbo GmbH & Co KG(DE)
Welland & Tuxhorn(DE)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
Workhorse Power Inc(US)
Young & Franklin Inc(US)
WASTE HEAT BOILERS
BORSIG Boiler Systems GmbH(DE)
Cannon Boiler Works Inc(US)
Cleaver-Brooks Engineered Boiler
Systems(US)
E.ON Masdar Integrated Carbon(AE)
ERI (Energy Recovery International)(US)
Hamon Deltak Inc(US)
Hurst Boiler & Welding Co Inc(US)
WATER TUBE BOILERS
Cleaver-Brooks Engineered Boiler
Systems(US)
Rely Precision Castings(ZA)
OTHER
AAF International(US)
Aarding Thermal Acoustics BV(NL)
AEGIS Bearing Protection Rings(US)
Affordable Wipers(US)
Alpine Components(UK)
American Crane & Equipment Corp(US)
Babcock Power Inc(US)
Bedford Reinforced Plastics(US)
Boerger Pumps Asia Pte Ltd(SG)
Braden Manufacturing LLC(US)
Broad USA Inc(US)
Camfl Farr Power Systems AB(SE)
Carlor Engineering SA(BE)
CC Jensen Ltd(UK)
CEC Vibration Products Inc(US)
Claude Lyons Ltd(UK)
Conax Technologies(US)
CP Power & Automation Ltd(UK)
Crestchic Ltd(UK)
Dekomte de Temple GmbH(DE)
Dexdyne Ltd(UK)
Doncasters Group Ltd(UK)
Electroswitch(US)
Elliott Group(US)
Environment One Corp(US)
Fibox Enclosures(US)
GasTurbineSupport(DE)
Gibraltar Chimney International(US)
HSI(US)
International Chimney Corp(US)
Jonas Inc(US)
Kansas City Deaerator(US)
Kingsbury Inc(US)
Kulite Semiconductor Products Inc(US)
LAI International Inc(US)
Magaldi Power SpA(IT)
Mapro International SpA(IT)
MC Resources(UK)
MECOS AG(CH)
Midit Srl(IT)
Neuman & Esser USA Inc(US)
New Componit Srl(IT)
Nord-Lock Inc(US)
Paharpur Cooling Towers Ltd(IN)
PCH Engineering A/S(DK)
PSM - an Alstom Co(US)
Psychsoftpc(US)
Rotork Plc(UK)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Solectria Renewables LLC(US)
SPX Flow Technology(US)
SSS Clutch Co Inc(US)
Sulzer Turbo Services(US)
Tri Transmission And Bearing Corp(US)
Turbo Machined Products LLC(US)
Voith Turbo GmbH & Co KG(DE)
Welland & Tuxhorn(DE)
West Salem Machinery Co(US)
Workhorse Power Inc(US)
AUTOMATION
MEASURING AND
CONTROL SYSTEMS
DATA LOGGING
Beamex(US)
Carlos Bertschi Srl(AR)
CAS DataLoggers(US)
Energy Industries LLC(US)
Fibox Enclosures(US)
Global Monitoring(US)
Mechanical Solutions Inc - MSI(US)
Palmer Wahl Temperature Instruments(US)
Power Data Systems(US)
RF Neulink(US)
Ronan Measurments(US)
SoftPLC Corp(US)
Solectria Renewables LLC(US)
Tatsoft(US)
Testo Ltd(UK)
TVC Systems(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
ELECTRONICS AND
COMPONENTS
API Technologies(US)
CEC Vibration Products Inc(US)
Conveyor Components Co(US)
DEIF A/S(DK)
DynaGen Technologies Inc(CA)
Embassy Global LLC(US)
Fibox Enclosures(US)
Frank W Murphy Ltd(UK)
Geospec Enterprises(IN)
HOTSTART Inc(US)
Kinsley Power Systems(US)
KRAL AG(AT)
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LUDECA Inc(US)
Odotech Inc(CA)
ProMation Engineering Inc(US)
Ronan Measurments(US)
Silicon Power Corp(US)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Solectria Renewables LLC(US)
SymCom Inc(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
EMISSION CONTROLS
Advanced Cyclone Systems SA(PT)
Airfow Sciences Corp(US)
AVC Specialists(US)
Contec GmbH Industrieausruestungen(DE)
Cormetech Inc(US)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
Dust Control Technology(US)
FCI-Fluid Components International(US)
Frank W Murphy Ltd(UK)
Metrologie et Gestion dEnvironnement -
MGE(BE)
MTU Onsite Energy Corp(US)
Nova Analytical Systems Inc(US)
Odotech Inc(CA)
SOLVAir Solutions/Solvay Chemicals
Inc(US)
Turbine Technology Services Corp(US)
UT99 AG Oil Mist Eliminators(CH)
Vector Systems Inc(US)
ENGINE MANAGEMENT
DEIF A/S(DK)
DEIF (UK) Ltd(UK)
DynaGen Technologies Inc(CA)
Frank W Murphy Ltd(UK)
KRAL AG(AT)
Levelese Inc(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
Young & Franklin Inc(US)
ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTROLS
Carlos Bertschi Srl(AR)
Clean Technology Solutions Pty Ltd(AU)
Cormetech Inc(US)
Dust Control Technology(US)
FCI-Fluid Components International(US)
Renewable Power Systems Ltd - RPS(UK)
UT99 AG Oil Mist Eliminators(CH)
FURNACE AND BOILER
CONTROLS
Cochran Ltd(UK)
FCI-Fluid Components International(US)
FireBag(US)
Lenox Instrument Co(US)
Power Equipment Co(US)
TVC Systems(US)
Vector Systems Inc(US)
WRSI Consulting Group LLC(US)
INSTRUMENTS, SENSORS
Airfow Sciences Corp(US)
Alpine Components(UK)
AMWEI Thermistor(CN)
Assured Automation(US)
Balmac Inc(US)
Beamex(US)
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Carlos Bertschi Srl(AR)
CAS DataLoggers(US)
CEC Vibration Products Inc(US)
cmc Instruments GmbH(DE)
Contec GmbH Industrieausruestungen(DE)
Conveyor Components Co(US)
DEIF (UK) Ltd(UK)
DynaGen Technologies Inc(CA)
Elan Technical Corp(US)
Embassy Global LLC(US)
FCI-Fluid Components International(US)
Fibox Enclosures(US)
Fozmula Ltd(UK)
Frank W Murphy Ltd(UK)
HARCO(US)
Jonas Inc(US)
KRAL AG(AT)
Lenox Instrument Co(US)
Levelese Inc(US)
LUDECA Inc(US)
Mahavir Shree International Pvt Ltd(NP)
Meggitt Sensing Systems(CH)
MTS Sensor Technologie GmbH & Co
KG(DE)
NACB LLC(US)
National Instruments(US)
Nova Analytical Systems Inc(US)
OROS(US)
Palmer Wahl Temperature Instruments(US)
PCH Engineering A/S(DK)
Petrotech Inc(US)
Power Data Systems(US)
Pyromation Inc(US)
Ronan Engineering Co(US)
Ronan Measurments(US)
SAT Infrared Technology Co Ltd(CN)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
S-Products Inc(US)
Swan Analytical Instruments AG(CH)
Tapeswitch Corp(US)
TEMP-PRO Inc(US)
Testo Ltd(UK)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
POWER GENERATION
ABB Turbo Systems Ltd(CH)
Anguil Environmental Systems Inc(US)
Atlas Copco Rental(UK)
AVC Specialists(US)
Camfl Farr Power Systems AB(SE)
ComRent West(US)
Conax Technologies(US)
Control System Technologies LLC(US)
CU Services LLC(US)
Dee Tech Services Ltd(UK)
Dexdyne Ltd(UK)
Dresser-Rand(ES)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
E.ON Masdar Integrated Carbon(AE)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
GE Energy Management(US)
HC Controls Inc(US)
Inov8(US)
Kinsley Power Systems(US)
Kraft Power Corp(US)
Meggitt Sensing Systems(CH)
MMR Power Solutions(US)
MTU Onsite Energy Corp(US)
Ronan Engineering Co(US)
SimTech Simulation Technology(AT)
SoftPLC Corp(US)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Stress Free Systems Ltd(NG)
Tedom sro(CZ)
Turbologistics(US)
Vector Systems Inc(US)
Wolf Material Handling Systems(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
Young & Franklin Inc(US)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
POWER PROTECTION AND
CONTROL
AMWEI Thermistor(CN)
API Technologies(US)
BRUSH Turbogenerators Inc(US)
Claude Lyons Ltd(UK)
ComRent West(US)
CP Power & Automation Ltd(UK)
DEIF A/S(DK)
DynaGen Technologies Inc(CA)
Electroswitch(US)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
ERLPhase Power Technologies(CA)
Frako Capacitors(US)
G&W Electric Co(US)
Maven Power(US)
Power Data Systems(US)
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
Inc(US)
Siemens Transmission and Distribution
Ltd(UK)
Silicon Power Corp(US)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Stress Free Systems Ltd(NG)
SymCom Inc(US)
Tapeswitch Corp(US)
Woodward Governor Co GmbH(DE)
PROCESS CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY
Beamex(US)
Carlos Bertschi Srl(AR)
CAS DataLoggers(US)
Compressor Controls Corp - CCC(US)
Conveyor Components Co(US)
Crestchic Ltd(UK)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
FCI-Fluid Components International(US)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
Inov8(US)
ProMation Engineering Inc(US)
Ronan Measurments(US)
Schutte & Koerting(US)
SimTech Simulation Technology(AT)
SoftPLC Corp(US)
S-Products Inc(US)
Tapeswitch Corp(US)
Tatsoft(US)
Vector Systems Inc(US)
Voith Turbo GmbH & Co KG(DE)
REMOTE MONITORING
SYSTEMS
Alpine Components(UK)
CAS DataLoggers(US)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
CEC Vibration Products Inc(US)
cmc Instruments GmbH(DE)
ComAp spol sro(CZ)
Control System Technologies LLC(US)
DEIF A/S(DK)
Dexdyne Ltd(UK)
DynaGen Technologies Inc(CA)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Environment One Corp(US)
Frank W Murphy Ltd(UK)
GasTurbineSupport(DE)
Global Monitoring(US)
Lenox Instrument Co(US)
LUDECA Inc(US)
Mechanical Solutions Inc - MSI(US)
Meggitt Sensing Systems(CH)
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg
GmbH(DE)
Palmer Wahl Temperature Instruments(US)
PCH Engineering A/S(DK)
Power Data Systems(US)
Ronan Engineering Co(US)
Ronan Measurments(US)
SAT Infrared Technology Co Ltd(CN)
Sentry Equipment Corp(US)
SoftPLC Corp(US)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Tatsoft(US)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
SAFETY MANAGEMENT
SYSTEMS
Clean Technology Solutions Pty Ltd(AU)
FireBag(US)
Global Training Solutions Inc(CA)
K-Sun Corp(US)
Levelese Inc(US)
Puleo Electronics Inc(US)
SymCom Inc(US)
Tapeswitch Corp(US)
Tech Products Inc(US)
SOFTWARE
Advanced Engineering Srl(IT)
Beamex(US)
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
Compressor Controls Corp - CCC(US)
Conntect Inc(US)
DEIF (UK) Ltd(UK)
Dynamic Systems Inc(US)
EMD Deutschland GbR(DE)
Global Training Solutions Inc(CA)
GridPlex Networks(US)
Infor(US)
L-3 MAPPS(CA)
National Instruments(US)
SimTech Simulation Technology(AT)
Tatsoft(US)
TESTING AND
MONITORING
Airfow Sciences Corp(US)
Alpine Components(UK)
AMWEI Thermistor(CN)
Balmac Inc(US)
Beamex(US)
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Carlos Bertschi Srl(AR)
CAS DataLoggers(US)
CEC Vibration Products Inc(US)
cmc Instruments GmbH(DE)
ComRent West(US)
Crestchic Ltd(UK)
Embassy Global LLC(US)
Geldmann Technology Pte Ltd(SG)
Global Monitoring(US)
HC Controls Inc(US)
HITEC Sensor Solutions Inc(US)
KRAL AG(AT)
LUDECA Inc(US)
Mahavir Shree International Pvt Ltd(NP)
Matrix Power Ltd(UK)
Mechanical Solutions Inc - MSI(US)
Meggitt Sensing Systems(CH)
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg
GmbH(DE)
National Instruments(US)
Nova Analytical Systems Inc(US)
OROS(US)
Palmer Wahl Temperature Instruments(US)
PCH Engineering A/S(DK)
Power Data Systems(US)
SAT Infrared Technology Co Ltd(CN)
SimTech Simulation Technology(AT)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Solectria Renewables LLC(US)
SymCom Inc(US)
Tatsoft(US)
Testo Ltd(UK)
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OTHER
Conax Technologies(US)
CP Power & Automation Ltd(UK)
Embassy Global LLC(US)
Gom GmbH(DE)
IRT Integrated Rectifer Technologies
Inc(CA)
K-Sun Corp(US)
Proto Manufacturing Inc(US)
Proto Manufacturing Ltd(CA)
Psychsoftpc(US)
Rotork Plc(UK)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
Trindera Engineering Inc(US)
United Group Inc(US)
Young & Franklin Inc(US)
SPECIALIST SERVICES
COMMISSIONING AND
START-UP SERVICES
Airofex Equipment(US)
Aquatech International Corp(US)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
CH2M HILL(US)
CMI Energy(BE)
ComRent West(US)
Dee Tech Services Ltd(UK)
Energy Industries LLC(US)
Hamon Deltak Inc(US)
Interlink Power Systems(AU)
Nalco(UK)
Sav Network(FR)
Turbine Technology Services Corp(US)
TVC Systems(US)
CONSTRUCTION
INSTALLATION AND
ENGINEERING
Ansaldo Energia SpA(IT)
Babcock Power Inc(US)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
BORSIG Boiler Systems GmbH(DE)
CH2M HILL(US)
CSD Ingenieure AG(CH)
Dale Power Solutions Ltd(UK)
Detroit Stoker Co(US)
ENER-G Combined Power Ltd(UK)
E Van Wingen NV(BE)
Franco Tosi Meccanica SpA(IT)
Gibraltar Chimney International(US)
GICOM BV(NL)
INDUPROJ(MA)
Inov8(US)
Interlink Power Systems(AU)
Kelcroft E&M Ltd(HK)
Matrix Power Ltd(UK)
Maven Power(US)
PDR Associates (Renewable) Inc(US)
Petrotech Inc(US)
S&B Engineers and Constructors(US)
SENER(ES)
SRC International A/S(DK)
STF SpA(IT)
Tecpro Systems Ltd(IN)
TIC - The Industrial Co(US)
Wrtsil Corp(FI)
CONSULTANCY - ENERGY
ADVICE AND PLANNING
Ampirical Solutions LLC(US)
APT Consulting Group Co Ltd(TH)
Asplan Viak AS(NO)
Avalon Consulting Inc(US)
Bioenergy Australia(AU)
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
The Cool Solutions Co(US)
COWI A/S(DK)
CSD Ingenieure AG(CH)
Dee Tech Services Ltd(UK)
Delta Energy & Environment(UK)
Denis Cooke & Associates Pty Ltd(AU)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
E4tech(CH)
EA Technology (Europe) Ltd(UK)
EMD Deutschland GbR(DE)
Enerconsult(CB)
Energy Industries LLC(US)
Forecast International(US)
PT Gerbang Multindo Nusantara(ID)
Ingeniera y Proyectos de Sistemas
Energticos SA de CV - IPSE(MX)
Integrated CHP Systems Corp(US)
InterEnergy Srl(IT)
JDMT Inc(US)
Kantor Management Consultants SA(GR)
LB Services LLC(US)
Metrologie et Gestion dEnvironnement -
MGE(BE)
Metron Navitas SA(GR)
Midit Srl(IT)
Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe
BV(NL)
NOVI Energy(US)
PR Consultants BV(NL)
Progetto Energia Srl(IT)
Ramboll(DK)
RH Energy Ltd(UK)
Symbiont Science Engineering and
Construction Inc(US)
Theroux Environmental(US)
CONSULTANCY -
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
E4tech(CH)
PT Gerbang Multindo Nusantara(ID)
Golder Associates Inc(US)
Kelcroft E&M Ltd(HK)
PR Consultants BV(NL)
CONSULTANCY -
FINANCIAL MODELLING
Asplan Viak AS(NO)
Avalon Consulting Inc(US)
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
Bridgestone Associates Ltd(US)
COWI A/S(DK)
Delta Energy & Environment(UK)
EDSR(NZ)
PT Gerbang Multindo Nusantara(ID)
Inov8(US)
PDR Associates (Renewable) Inc(US)
CONSULTANCY -
TECHNICAL
AEi Systems(US)
Asplan Viak AS(NO)
Austex Srl(IT)
Avalon Consulting Inc(US)
Bernd Gruebel Ingenieure - BGI(DE)
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
Bridgestone Associates Ltd(US)
Clean Technology Solutions Pty Ltd(AU)
CSD Ingenieure AG(CH)
Darley & Associates(UK)
EA Technology (Europe) Ltd(UK)
EMD Deutschland GbR(DE)
EscoVale Consultancy Services(UK)
G+H Schallschutz GmbH(DE)
PT Gerbang Multindo Nusantara(ID)
Global Training Solutions Inc(CA)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
Golder Associates Inc(US)
Integrated CHP Systems Corp(US)
Jonas Inc(US)
Manens-Tifs SpA(IT)
Matan International Group Ltd(UK)
Matrix Power Ltd(UK)
Nalco(UK)
Petrotech Inc(US)
Progetto Energia Srl(IT)
Ramboll(DK)
Sargent & Lundy LLC(US)
Siemens Transmission and Distribution
Ltd(UK)
SRI Chakravarthi & Co(IN)
Structural Integrity Associates Inc(US)
Turbotect Ltd(CH)
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-
Iztapalapa - UAMI(MX)
CONSULTANCY - OTHER
Advanced Engineering Srl(IT)
American Heat and Power LLC(US)
Bioenergy Australia(AU)
BioEnergy Producers Association Inc(US)
COWI A/S(DK)
CP Power & Automation Ltd(UK)
Dynamic Systems Inc(US)
Eco Ltd(UK)
EDSR(NZ)
Energotech(SI)
GE Power & Water - Air Filtration(US)
ICF International(US)
Industrial Training Consultants Inc(US)
Kyoto Energy Pte Ltd(SG)
Nalco(UK)
Parsons Brinckerhoff(UK)
Power Equipment Associates Ltd - PEA(US)
Robertson Economic Information
Services(ZW)
Romanian Energy Regulatory Authority -
ANRE(RO)
Southwest Research Institute(US)
T4 Sustainability Ltd(UK)
Tri Transmission And Bearing Corp(US)
WRC Plc(UK)
WRSI Consulting Group LLC(US)
CONTRACT ENERGY
MANAGEMENT
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
ESKO Energy Services and
Cogeneration(TR)
Lily Lighting Ltd(CA)
Progetto Energia Srl(IT)
CONTRACT OPERATION
AND MANAGEMENT
Constructions Industrielles de la
Mediterrane - CNIM(FR)
ENER-G Combined Power Ltd(UK)
ESKO Energy Services and
Cogeneration(TR)
Interlink Power Systems(AU)
Ondeo Industrial Solutions(UK)
Richway Energy Holdings Ltd(CA)
System One(US)
DESIGN
AAF International(US)
Aarding Thermal Acoustics BV(NL)
Advanced Engineering Srl(IT)
AEi Systems(US)
American Heat and Power LLC(US)
Babcock Power Inc(US)
Bedford Reinforced Plastics(US)
Bernd Gruebel Ingenieure - BGI(DE)
BORSIG Boiler Systems GmbH(DE)
Braden Manufacturing LLC(US)
BRUSH Turbogenerators Inc(US)
Caterpillar SARL(CH)
CC Jensen Ltd(UK)
CH2M HILL(US)
COWI A/S(DK)
De Jong Combustion BV(NL)
Dekomte de Temple GmbH(DE)
Eco Ltd(UK)
Eidal Shredders Inc(US)
Energy Industries LLC(US)
ESI Inc of Tennessee(US)
G+H Schallschutz GmbH(DE)
Geldmann Technology Pte Ltd(SG)
Harris Group Inc(US)
Kansas City Deaerator(US)
Kelcroft E&M Ltd(HK)
Knighthawk Engineering Inc(US)
Manens-Tifs SpA(IT)
New Componit Srl(IT)
Petrotech Inc(US)
PR Consultants BV(NL)
ProSim Inc(US)
Ramboll(DK)
Russelectric Inc(US)
Sargent & Lundy LLC(US)
SimTech Simulation Technology(AT)
SIPOS Aktorik GmbH(DE)
Southwest Research Institute(US)
Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH(DE)
STF SpA(IT)
Tri Transmission And Bearing Corp(US)
Welland & Tuxhorn(DE)
DEVELOPMENT AND JOINT
OWNERSHIP
Bowman Power Group Ltd(UK)
Constructions Industrielles de la
Mediterrane - CNIM(FR)
Pipal Ltd(KE)
EMISSIONS TRADING
Enerconsult(CB)
Kyoto Energy Pte Ltd(SG)
PR Consultants BV(NL)
ENERGY AUDITS
Bridgestone Associates Ltd(US)
Captus Energy Co(US)
COWI A/S(DK)
Denis Cooke & Associates Pty Ltd(AU)
ESI Inc of Tennessee(US)
Gamatronic(UK)
Geospec Enterprises(IN)
InterEnergy Srl(IT)
Kelcroft E&M Ltd(HK)
LB Services LLC(US)
NOVI Energy(US)
Progetto Energia Srl(IT)
RH Energy Ltd(UK)
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-
Iztapalapa - UAMI(MX)
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Constructions Industrielles de la
Mediterrane - CNIM(FR)
Denis Cooke & Associates Pty Ltd(AU)
Enerconsult(CB)
Energy Industries LLC(US)
Infor(US)
Lily Lighting Ltd(CA)
MMR Power Solutions(US)
NOVI Energy(US)
SRC International A/S(DK)
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ENERGY SERVICE
COMPANIES
Atilgan Danismanlik Energy(TR)
GE Energy Management(US)
Progetto Energia Srl(IT)
ENGINEERING - COLD
Apina SA(ES)
COWI A/S(DK)
Paharpur Cooling Towers Ltd(IN)
ENGINEERING -
ELECTRICAL
AEi Systems(US)
Allied Industrial Marketing(US)
Ampirical Solutions LLC(US)
COWI A/S(DK)
CP Power & Automation Ltd(UK)
DEIF (UK) Ltd(UK)
Denis Cooke & Associates Pty Ltd(AU)
Dunn Service Group Inc(US)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Fozmula Ltd(UK)
Frako Capacitors(US)
Golder Associates Inc(US)
International Generator Technical
Community(US)
Kelcroft E&M Ltd(HK)
Lily Lighting Ltd(CA)
Mag-Tran(US)
Matrix Power Ltd(UK)
National Electric Coil(US)
Oasis Montana Inc(US)
Siemens Transmission and Distribution
Ltd(UK)
ENGINEERING -
ELECTRONIC
Compressor Controls Corp - CCC(US)
CP Power & Automation Ltd(UK)
Fozmula Ltd(UK)
HiTech Control Systems Inc(US)
ENGINEERING - GENERAL
American Heat and Power LLC(US)
Ansaldo Energia SpA(IT)
Austex Srl(IT)
Babcock Power Inc(US)
Dale Power Solutions Ltd(UK)
Gamatronic(UK)
InterEnergy Srl(IT)
Jonas Inc(US)
Mag-Tran(US)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
Southwest Research Institute(US)
ENGINEERING - HEAT
CMI Energy(BE)
COWI A/S(DK)
Ingeniera y Proyectos de Sistemas
Energticos SA de CV - IPSE(MX)
RH Energy Ltd(UK)
ENGINEERING -
MECHANICAL
Christie & Grey Inc(US)
Dee Tech Services Ltd(UK)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Engineering Software(US)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
G+H Schallschutz GmbH(DE)
Golden Eagle Technologies LLC(US)
Golder Associates Inc(US)
HiTech Control Systems Inc(US)
International Generator Technical
Community(US)
Knighthawk Engineering Inc(US)
Mechanical Solutions Inc - MSI(US)
National Electric Coil(US)
ENGINEERING - OIL/GAS
Atlas Copco Rental(UK)
COWI A/S(DK)
Harris Group Inc(US)
Knighthawk Engineering Inc(US)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
Turbine Technology Services Corp(US)
ENGINEERING - POWER
ACE Europe(UK)
AEi Systems(US)
Airfow Sciences Corp(US)
Allied Industrial Marketing(US)
Ampirical Solutions LLC(US)
BRUSH Turbogenerators Inc(US)
BWD Turbines Ltd(CA)
CH2M HILL(US)
Copower LLC(EE)
DEIF (UK) Ltd(UK)
Dunn Service Group Inc(US)
Enercon Engineering Inc(US)
Engineering Software(US)
Harris Group Inc(US)
Interlink Power Systems(AU)
Knighthawk Engineering Inc(US)
LB Services LLC(US)
Magaldi Power SpA(IT)
Mag-Tran(US)
Maven Power(US)
Metron Navitas SA(GR)
Piping Technology & Products(US)
PXL Seals(FR)
RH Energy Ltd(UK)
Sargent & Lundy LLC(US)
Siemens Transmission and Distribution
Ltd(UK)
Structural Integrity Associates Inc(US)
ENGINEERING - OTHER
AAF International(US)
Aquatech International Corp(US)
Babcock Power Inc(US)
Christie & Grey Inc(US)
Conax Technologies(US)
COWI A/S(DK)
Hamon Deltak Inc(US)
HITEC Sensor Solutions Inc(US)
L-3 MAPPS(CA)
Power Equipment Associates Ltd - PEA(US)
Rely Precision Castings(ZA)
Tri Transmission And Bearing Corp(US)
FEASIBILITY AND PRE-
INVESTMENT STUDIES
American Heat and Power LLC(US)
APT Consulting Group Co Ltd(TH)
Asplan Viak AS(NO)
Austex Srl(IT)
Bernard Matthey Ingnieurs-Conseils
SA(CH)
BioSpark Clean Energy LLC(US)
Bridgestone Associates Ltd(US)
Captus Energy Co(US)
The Cool Solutions Co(US)
CSD Ingenieure AG(CH)
Darley & Associates(UK)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
E4tech(CH)
Eagle Filters Ltd(FI)
EA Technology (Europe) Ltd(UK)
Eco Ltd(UK)
Enerconsult(CB)
Energy Industries LLC(US)
ESI Inc of Tennessee(US)
Harris Group Inc(US)
Integrated CHP Systems Corp(US)
InterEnergy Srl(IT)
JDMT Inc(US)
LB Services LLC(US)
Manens-Tifs SpA(IT)
Matan International Group Ltd(UK)
NOVI Energy(US)
Ondeo Industrial Solutions(UK)
ProSim Inc(US)
Sargent & Lundy LLC(US)
SRC International A/S(DK)
GENERAL OUTSOURCING
SERVICES
Advanced Filtration Concepts Inc(US)
ESKO Energy Services and
Cogeneration(TR)
Metron Navitas SA(GR)
System One(US)
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
CHP Association(US)
Odotech Inc(CA)
INFORMATION, ADVICE,
PUBLICATIONS
CHP Association(US)
Energy Institute(UK)
EscoVale Consultancy Services(UK)
European Fuel Cell Forum AG(CH)
Friends of the Earth(UK)
Interdevelopment Inc(US)
International Generator Technical
Community(US)
JDMT Inc(US)
LithFire-X LLC(US)
The World Alliance for Decentralized Energy
- WADE(US)
INSURANCE, RISK
MANAGEMENT
ACE Europe(UK)
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
EDSR(NZ)
Project Risk Ltd(US)
LEGAL, REGULATORY
Delta Energy & Environment(UK)
Enerconsult(CB)
MANAGEMENT
INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Clean Technology Solutions Pty Ltd(AU)
Dynamic Systems Inc(US)
Psychsoftpc(US)
TVC Systems(US)
MARKET DEVELOPMENT,
MARKETING
CHP Association(US)
Darley & Associates(UK)
EscoVale Consultancy Services(UK)
Interdevelopment Inc(US)
JDMT Inc(US)
Parker Ward Ltd(UK)
MARKET RESEARCH
CHP Association(US)
The Cool Solutions Co(US)
DE Solutions Inc(US)
EscoVale Consultancy Services(UK)
Forecast International(US)
The World Alliance for Decentralized Energy
- WADE(US)
NATIONAL/REGIONAL
POWER SYSTEM
ASSESSMENT AND
PLANNING
InterEnergy Srl(IT)
PERFORMANCE BENCH
MARKING
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
Denis Cooke & Associates Pty Ltd(AU)
PLANT SUPERVISION,
OPTIMISATION
CSD Ingenieure AG(CH)
Gas Compressors Ltd(UK)
GE Power & Water - Air Filtration(US)
Metrologie et Gestion dEnvironnement -
MGE(BE)
Nalco(UK)
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-
Iztapalapa - UAMI(MX)
POLICY
RECOMMENDATIONS,
LOBBYING
Delta Energy & Environment(UK)
Earth Energy Society of Canada
(GeoCanada)(CA)
Friends of the Earth(UK)
POLLUTION CONTROL
AAF(UK)
AirProtekt Ltd(UK)
AVC Specialists(US)
Bell Performance Inc(US)
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
Conntect Inc(US)
Conversion And Resource Evaluation
Ltd(UK)
Cormetech Inc(US)
Envipure Pte Ltd(SG)
PR Consultants BV(NL)
PROCUREMENT
Matan International Group Ltd(UK)
Ramboll(DK)
S&B Engineers and Constructors(US)
SRI Chakravarthi & Co(IN)
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
APT Consulting Group Co Ltd(TH)
Bernd Gruebel Ingenieure - BGI(DE)
BORSIG Boiler Systems GmbH(DE)
BRUSH Turbogenerators Inc(US)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
CH2M HILL(US)
Dee Tech Services Ltd(UK)
Detroit Stoker Co(US)
Golder Associates Inc(US)
ICF International(US)
Matan International Group Ltd(UK)
Parsons Brinckerhoff(UK)
Ramboll(DK)
S&B Engineers and Constructors(US)
Symbiont Science Engineering and
Construction Inc(US)
PROJECT TECHNICAL AND
ECONOMIC EVALUATION
APT Consulting Group Co Ltd(TH)
Austex Srl(IT)
Bridgestone Associates Ltd(US)
E4tech(CH)
Eco Ltd(UK)
EMD Deutschland GbR(DE)
ENER-G Rudox Inc(US)
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Energy Industries LLC(US)
Harris Group Inc(US)
ICF International(US)
Integrated CHP Systems Corp(US)
Matan International Group Ltd(UK)
PDR Associates (Renewable) Inc(US)
Pipal Ltd(KE)
ProSim Inc(US)
Sargent & Lundy LLC(US)
PROMOTION, MEMBER
REPRESENTATION AND
PUBLIC RELATIONS
CHP Association(US)
Lily Lighting Ltd(CA)
Parker Ward Ltd(UK)
The World Alliance for Decentralized Energy
- WADE(US)
QUALITY CONTROL AND
CERTIFICATION
Babcock & Wilcox Vlund(DK)
RESEARCH, R&D -
ACADEMIC
Gamatronic(UK)
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-
Iztapalapa - UAMI(MX)
RESEARCH, R&D -
CONTRACT
Bernard Matthey Ingnieurs-Conseils
SA(CH)
BMT Group Ltd(UK)
EA Technology (Europe) Ltd(UK)
Energotech(SI)
Southwest Research Institute(US)
WRC Plc(UK)
SERVICE AND
MAINTENANCE
AAF International(US)
Ansaldo Caldaie SpA(IT)
ap+m(US)
Atlas Copco Rental(UK)
AVC Specialists(US)
BWD Turbines Ltd(CA)
Cochran Ltd(UK)
Dale Power Solutions Ltd(UK)
Dekomte de Temple GmbH(DE)
Dunn Service Group Inc(US)
Environmental Alternatives Inc(US)
Global Training Solutions Inc(CA)
HSI(US)
John R Robinson Inc(US)
LUDECA Inc(US)
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg
GmbH(DE)
National Electric Coil(US)
PSM - an Alstom Co(US)
PXL Seals(FR)
S&B Engineers and Constructors(US)
Structural Integrity Associates Inc(US)
Sulzer Turbo Services(US)
Tedom sro(CZ)
TIC - The Industrial Co(US)
Voith Turbo BHS Getriebe GmbH(DE)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
STANDARDS, ISO
Energotech(SI)
Energy Institute(UK)
STRATEGIC CONSULTING
The Cool Solutions Co(US)
Delta Energy & Environment(UK)
E4tech(CH)
Eco Ltd(UK)
Energotech(SI)
EscoVale Consultancy Services(UK)
Forecast International(US)
Structural Integrity Associates Inc(US)
SYSTEM INTEGRATION
Avalon Consulting Inc(US)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
EMD Deutschland GbR(DE)
HiTech Control Systems Inc(US)
Integrated CHP Systems Corp(US)
Psychsoftpc(US)
SimTech Simulation Technology(AT)
TARIFF SYSTEMS AND
ANALYSIS
SRC International A/S(DK)
TECHNICAL TRAINING,
EDUCATION
Allied Industrial Marketing(US)
American Association of Boiler Assessment
Inc(US)
Avalon Consulting Inc(US)
BWD Turbines Ltd(CA)
Caldic Techniek BV(NL)
Clean Technology Solutions Pty Ltd(AU)
Conversion And Resource Evaluation
Ltd(UK)
Cranfeld University(UK)
Energy Institute(UK)
Engineering Software(US)
Global Training Solutions Inc(CA)
GSE Systems Inc(US)
Industrial Training Consultants Inc(US)
International Generator Technical
Community(US)
L-3 MAPPS(CA)
LithFire-X LLC(US)
Lithuanian Energy Institute - LEI(LT)
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg
GmbH(DE)
Petrotech Inc(US)
System One(US)
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana-
Iztapalapa - UAMI(MX)
The World Alliance for Decentralized Energy
- WADE(US)
TESTING AND INSPECTION
Alpine Components(UK)
Analysts Inc(US)
Ansaldo Caldaie SpA(IT)
BWD Turbines Ltd(CA)
ComRent West(US)
Eagle Filters Ltd(FI)
EA Technology (Europe) Ltd(UK)
Environmental Alternatives Inc(US)
HiTech Control Systems Inc(US)
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg
GmbH(DE)
Nalco(UK)
PSM - an Alstom Co(US)
System One(US)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
TROUBLE SHOOTING
ap+m(US)
Eagle Filters Ltd(FI)
HiTech Control Systems Inc(US)
Knighthawk Engineering Inc(US)
Mechanical Solutions Inc - MSI(US)
MTU Maintenance Berlin-Brandenburg
GmbH(DE)
Nalco(UK)
RH Energy Ltd(UK)
UT99 AG Oil Mist Eliminators(CH)
Wood Group GTS(UK)
Wood Group GTS(US)
UTILITY SERVICES
Dunn Service Group Inc(US)
IDE Technologies Ltd(IL)
LB Services LLC(US)
Lily Lighting Ltd(CA)
Structural Integrity Associates Inc(US)
System One(US)
OTHER
Aarding Thermal Acoustics BV(NL)
Affordable Wipers(US)
Babcock Power Inc(US)
Bedford Reinforced Plastics(US)
Braden Manufacturing LLC(US)
CC Jensen Ltd(UK)
CHEMetrics Inc(US)
Christie & Grey Inc(US)
Dale Power Solutions Ltd(UK)
Dekomte de Temple GmbH(DE)
Energy Institute(UK)
Environmental Alternatives Inc(US)
European Fuel Cell Forum AG(CH)
Friends of the Earth(UK)
GET ENERGY Gerhard Brandel MA(DE)
Gia Khuong Co Ltd(VN)
Hans von Mangoldt Reactors(US)
ICF International(US)
InfoSight Corp(US)
JDMT Inc(US)
Lumastrobe Warning Lights(US)
North East Arizona Energy Services Co -
NEA-ESCO(US)
PCH Engineering A/S(DK)
Precision Iceblast Corp(US)
Robertson Economic Information
Services(ZW)
Romanian Energy Regulatory Authority -
ANRE(RO)
Tri Transmission And Bearing Corp(US)
FINANCE AND
INVESTMENT
EQUITY INVESTMENTS
Atilgan Danismanlik Energy(TR)
ESKO Energy Services and
Cogeneration(TR)
Interdevelopment Inc(US)
Pipal Ltd(KE)
Renewable NRG LLC(US)
Viking Equipment Finance(US)
FINANCIAL ADVICE
Caterpillar SARL(CH)
Kyoto Energy Pte Ltd(SG)
Metron Navitas SA(GR)
Viking Equipment Finance(US)
LEASING
Caterpillar Inc(US)
Interdevelopment Inc(US)
Renewable NRG LLC(US)
Viking Equipment Finance(US)
PROJECT FINANCE
Caterpillar Inc(US)
ENER-G Combined Power Ltd(UK)
ENER-G Rudox Inc(US)
Interdevelopment Inc(US)
Metron Navitas SA(GR)
Pipal Ltd(KE)
Project Risk Ltd(US)
Renewable NRG LLC(US)
Robertson Economic Information
Services(ZW)
Viking Equipment Finance(US)
THIRD-PARTY FINANCE
Energy Industries LLC(US)
Viking Equipment Finance(US)
OTHER
MISCELLANEOUS
Advanced Filtration Concepts Inc(US)
Affordable Wipers(US)
Arbrux Ltd(CA)
BEES - Bioenergy Events and Services(FR)
Burkhalter(US)
canadian association for renewable
energies (we c.a.r.e.)(CA)
Caterpillar Inc(US)
CIAT(FR)
Conveyor Components Co(US)
CP Power & Automation Ltd(UK)
David Oakland Associates(UK)
Dynamic Systems Inc(US)
EDSR(NZ)
Electroswitch(US)
Energy Institute(UK)
Evonik Fibres GmbH(AT)
Fibox Enclosures(US)
Flender-Graffenstaden(FR)
HITEC Sensor Solutions Inc(US)
Hoffmann Inc(US)
ITH Engineering Inc(US)
K-Sun Corp(US)
L-3 MAPPS(CA)
LINK Tools International (USA) Inc(US)
Lumastrobe Warning Lights(US)
Mofftt Mechanical(US)
Nelco Products(US)
NuTech Engineering Inc(CA)
Oasis Montana Inc(US)
Psychsoftpc(US)
Safway Services LLC(US)
S&B Engineers and Constructors(US)
Sohre Turbomachinery Inc(US)
STAR & STAR Field Fit Inc (Steam Turbine
Alternative Resources)(US)
Tech Products Inc(US)
Timber Wolf LLC(US)
Verdant Power Inc(US)
Workhorse Power Inc(US)
Zilkha Biomass Energy LLC(US)
Zokman Products Inc(US)
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A
AADHUNIK GLOBAL ENERGY
c/o Tinytech Plants, Tagore Rd, Rajkot,
Gujarat 360002, India, +912812480166,
FAX:+91281467552,
energy@tinytechindia.com,
www.tinytechindia.com
Provides tiny thermal power plants to
10 KVA, steam engines to 50 hp, solar
concentrators of 90 sq mt, portable
FRP biogas plants, and domestic and
community parabolic solar cookers.
AAF
Bassington Ln, Cramlington,
Northumberland NE23 8AF, UK,
+441670713477,
FAX:+441670714370, www.aafntl.com
Designs and manufactures gas turbine
air flters, inlet cooling, inlet/exhaust ducts
and silencers, and acoustic enclosures/
barriers.
AAF INTERNATIONAL
9920 Corporate Campus Dr, Suite 2200,
Louisville, KY 40223, USA,
+15026370132, FAX:+15026370148,
cfrankel@aafntl.com,
www.aafgtsolutions.com
Helps a wide variety of industries enjoy
greater performance and effciency from
their gas turbines, even in conditions that
ruin ordinary flters.
AARDING THERMAL
ACOUSTICS BV
Industrieweg 59, Nunspeet 8071 CS,
The Netherlands, +31341252635,
FAX:+31341262112,
info@aarding.com, www.aarding.com
Develops and supplies products and
services for sound absorbing and more.
AARON EQUIPMENT CO
735 E Green St, Bensenville, IL 60106,
USA, +16303502200,
FAX:+16303509047,
sales@aaronequipment.com,
www.aaronequipment.com
Specialises in used machinery for waste
disposal.
ABB INC
4300 Coral Ridge Dr, Coral Springs, FL
33065, USA, +18005232620,
FAX:+19543455329, www.abb.com
ABB TURBO SYSTEMS LTD
Bruggerstr 71a, Baden CH-5401,
Switzerland, +41585857777,
FAX:+41585855144,
turbocharging@ch.abb.com,
www.abb.com/turbocharging
Manufactures and maintains
turbochargers for 500 kW to 80+ MW
diesel and gas engines on ships, power
stations, gensets, diesel locomotives and
large, off-highway vehicles.
ABOU WALID GROUP
7 Rue Amilcar, Tunis 1000, Tunisia,
+21671326122, FAX:+21671322712,
abou.walid@gnet.tn,
www.abouwalid-group.com
Supplies biomass (exhausted olive cake)
for heating and green electricity.
ABRAHAM SOLAR
EQUIPMENT
124 Creekside Pl, Pagosa Springs, CO
81147, USA, +19707314675,
FAX:+19707313292,
mick@abrahamsolar.com,
www.abrahamsolar.com
Provides micro-cogen and other site-
based electrical systems.
ABZ AGGREGATE-BAU GMBH
& CO KG
Gutenbergstr 11, Henstedt-Ulzburg
D-24558, Germany, +49419390360,
FAX:+49419393473,
info@abz-power.com,
www.abz-power.com
Manufactures diesel generator sets
applicable for a wide range of stationary
and mobile power solutions.
ACE EUROPE
100 Leadenhall St, London EC3A 3BP, UK,
+442071737469,
FAX:+441293597226,
eldred.clark@ace-ina.com,
www.acegroup.com
Provides insurance, fnancial and service
products to the power generation industry.
ACIER MCM STEEL
(DAMPEX)
229 St-Adele Blvd, St-Adele, QC J8B 1A9,
Canada, +14504381333,
FAX:+14504381616,
pdesjardins@aciermcm.com,
www.aciermcm.com
Designs and manufactures heavy-duty
industrial dampers and expansion joints.
ADVANCED CYCLONE
SYSTEMS SA
Rue de Salazares, 842, Centro de
Empresas Net - Edifcio Promonet, Porto
4149-002, Portugal, +351225322097,
FAX:+351225322096,
info@acsystems.pt,
www.advancedcyclonesystems.com
Designs and distributes cyclone systems
on a global level, contributing to a
healthier environment and the growth of
clients competitivity, while maintaining
high standards of quality.
ADVANCED ENGINEERING
SRL
Via Monte Bianco 34, Milano I-20149,
Italy, +390245473703,
FAX:+390245473704,
mail@advancedengineering.it,
www.advancedengineering.it
Consults on zero-energy buildings, HVAC
design, renewable energies, and CHP.
ADVANCED FILTRATION
CONCEPTS INC
7111 Telegraph Rd, Los Angeles, CA
90640, USA, +13238328316,
FAX:+13238328318,
tmoyer@advfltration.com,
www.advfltration.com
Provides fltration products and services
for the GT/CC power industry. Meets most
urgent GT inlet fltration needs. Turnkey
installation available.
AE&E LENTJES GMBH
Daniel-Goldbach-Str 19, Ratingen
D-40880, Germany, +4921021660,
FAX:+4921021662500,
info@aee-lentjes.de, www.aee-lentjes.de
Offers combined-cycle power plants,
circulating fuidised bed combustion,
waste-to-energy plants, desulphurisation
technologies, DeNOx plants, electro flters
and more.
AEGIS BEARING
PROTECTION RINGS
31 Winterbrook Rd, Mechanic Falls, ME
04256, USA, +12079985140,
FAX:+12079985143,
sales@est-aegis.com, www.est-aegis.com
Offers the AEGIS SGR conductive
microfbre bearing protection rings, which
extend motor life by channelling VFD-
induced shaft current safely to ground
before it can damage bearings.
AEI SYSTEMS
5933 W Century Blvd, Suite 1100,
Los Angeles, CA 90045, USA,
+13102161144, loyal@aeng.com,
www.aeng.com
Performs worst-case circuit analysis
for power, linear, and RF systems, and
MTBF, FMECA, stress, signal integrity
and radiation analysis. Leader in SPICE
modelling.
AERODERIVATIVE GAS
TURBINE SUPPORT INC
1141 S Rogers Cir, Suite 11, Boca Raton,
FL 33487, USA, +15619940000,
FAX:+15619943600, sales@agtsi.com,
www.agtsi.com
Provides replacement and upgrade
parts for gas turbine engines, including
on-engine, off-engine, and package parts
for LM2500, LM5000, LM6000, LMS100
and FT4/GG4.
AFFORDABLE WIPERS
9702 E-Wallisville Rd, Houston, TX 77013,
USA, +18322283825,
shah@affordablewipers.com,
www.affordablewipers.com
Offers years of specialised experience to
the industrial wiping rags and cleaning
materials industry. Is a customer focused
company.
AGGREKO
120 Bothwell St, Glasgow G2 7JS, UK,
+441412255900,
FAX:+441412255949,
www.aggreko.com
Provides rental energy solutions including
power generation, heating and cooling,
and compressed air systems to industrial,
commercial, and event-related companies
worldwide.
AIRFLOW SCIENCES CORP
12190 Hubbard St, Livonia, MI
48150-1737, USA, +17345250300,
FAX:+17345250303,
www.airfowsciences.com
Provides fow, heat transfer and
combustion analysis and fow modelling
and testing.
AIROFLEX EQUIPMENT
6001 49th St S, Muscatine, IA 52761, USA,
+15632648066, FAX:+16516312539,
sales@airofexequipment.com,
www.airofexequipment.com
Designs, engineers, and manufactures
material handling products such as
receiving hoppers, extended arm, standard
pivot, semi portable, and permanent truck
and trailer dumpers.
A-Z LISTING
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AIRPROTEKT LTD
Newton Hall, Newton, Cambridge
CB22 7ZE, UK, +441223872933,
FAX:+441223872934,
john.moore@airprotekt.co.uk,
www.airprotekt.co.uk
Specialises in the control of VOCs, CO and
NOx. Offers exhaust engine catalysts, SCR
and catalysed soot flters.
AIR SYSTEMS LTD
61/32, TTK Rd, Alwarpet, Chennai, Tamil
Nadu 600018, India, +914424660888,
FAX:+914424988499,
nka@asplparts.com, www.asplparts.com
Manufactures electrostatic precipitator
parts.
ALLIED INDUSTRIAL
MARKETING
W62 N248 Washington Ave, Suite 208,
Cedarburg, WI 53012, USA,
+12626182403, FAX:+12626182303,
info@alliedindustrialmarketing.com,
www.alliedindustrialmarketing.com
Offers power quality analysis, flter design,
training and seminars, along with high-
quality components for power quality
flters.
ALPINE COMPONENTS
14-15 Oban Rd, St Leonards-on-Sea,
East Sussex TN37 7DX, UK,
+441424437000,
FAX:+441424722502,
info@alpine-components.co.uk,
www.alpine-components.co.uk
Supplies test and measurement
instruments to major industrial companies
around the world since 1991. The aim
is to distribute easy-to-use and reliable
instruments, and provide training and
support.
ALSTOM NORTH AMERCIA
580 Pennsylvania NW, Suite 855,
Washington, DC 20004, USA,
+12025341082, FAX:+12024954961,
www.alstom/us.com
Is a global leader in the world of power
generation and rail infrastructure and
sets benchmarks for innovative and
environmentally friendly technologies.
ALTURDYNE POWER SYSTEMS
660 Steele St, El Cajon, CA 92020, USA,
+16194405531, FAX:+16194420481,
info@alturdyne.com, www.alturdyne.com
Provides custom assemblies of engine
generator sets from 55000 hp.
AMBASSADOR HEAT
TRANSFER CO
10080 Alliance Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45242,
USA, +15137929800,
FAX:+15137929933,
sales@ambassadorco.com,
www.ambassadorco.com
Engineers and manufactures surface
condensers and heat exchangers.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
OF BOILER ASSESSMENT INC
PO Box 310, Brooks, KY 40109, USA,
+15025620022, sales@aa-ba.org,
www.aa-ba.org
Is a nonproft certifying organisation
promoting the standardisation of boiler
inspection practices worldwide. Offers
professional certifcation as well as
personal and corporate memberships to
boiler professionals.
AMERICAN CRANE &
EQUIPMENT CORP
531 Old Swede Rd, Douglassville, PA
19518, USA, +16103856061,
FAX:+16103853191,
sales@americancrane.com,
www.americancrane.com
Offers a wide range of services and
capabilities, from complex custom and
standard equipment to components and
parts which enables the company to meet
all material handling needs.
AMERICAN DG ENERGY
45 First Ave, Waltham, MA 02451, USA,
+18772922343, FAX:+17815226050,
info@americandg.com,
www.americandg.com
Provides clean energy (electricity, heat,
hot water and cooling) at a guaranteed
discount rate with no capital investment
required through an on-site utility energy
solution, utilising cogeneration and
cooling systems.
AMERICAN HEAT AND
POWER LLC
16225 Pk Ten Pl, Suite 500, Houston, TX
77084, USA, +12819944122,
FAX:+12819944123,
darren.habetz@americanheatandpower.
com, www.americanheatandpower.com
Offers combined heat and power,
renewable, alternative and waste energy
solutions.
AMERICAN SAFETY VEST
37 Eastern Ave, East Providence, RI 02914,
USA, +14014350200,
madison@americansafetyvest.com,
www.americansafetyvest.com
AMPIRICAL SOLUTIONS LLC
4 Sanctuary Blvd, Suite 100, Mandeville,
LA 70471, USA, +19858095252,
FAX:+19858095250,
dmitchell@ampirical.com,
www.ampirical.com
Operates as a specialty design and
design build (EPC) frm with professional
engineering licensure in practically
every US state primarily specialising in
high-voltage electrical substations, and
transmission/distribution line design.
AMRI INC - A KSB CO
2045 Silber Rd, Houston, TX 77055, USA,
+17136820000, FAX:+17136820080,
info@amrivalves.com,
www.amrivalves.com
Offers resilient seated butterfy valves and
automation. Features include 1.5160
diameter, full-rated end-of-line service, lug
and wafer bodies and unique armring
elastomer body liners. Offers global reach
with local presence.
AMWEI THERMISTOR
11-502 Songpingshan, Langshan Rd
Nanshan, Shenzhen, Guangdong
518057, China, +8675526570111,
FAX:+8675526571122,
sales@amwei.com, www.amwei.com
Manufactures PTC and NTC thermistors
(thermally sensitive resistors) and
thermistor temperature sensor probes.
Thermistors offer overload overcurrent
protection, temperature sensing
protection, inrush current limiting, and
switching.
ANALYSTS INC
3401 Jack Northrop Ave, Hawthorne, CA
90250, USA, +13102195000,
FAX:+13102195005,
patrickforgeron@analystsinc.com,
www.analystsinc.com
Furnishes diagnostic evaluations and
maintenance solutions for industrial
production machinery through the science
of oil analysis.
ANGUIL ENVIRONMENTAL
SYSTEMS INC
8855 N 55th St, Milwaukee, WI 53223,
USA, +14143656400,
FAX:+14143656410,
sales@anguil.com, www.anguil.com
Designs, manufactures, installs and
services energy recovery systems, heat
exchangers and CHP (combined heat and
power) products that decrease energy
consumption, reduce operating costs and
maximise return on investment.
ANSALDO CALDAIE SPA
Largo Buffoni 3, Gallarate, (VA) 21013,
Italy, +390331738111,
FAX:+390331738794,
sales@ansaldoboiler.it,
www.ansaldoboiler.it
Offers utility boilers (subcritical through
to ultra-supercritical), HRSGs behind GTs
to 260 MWe, biomass and waste-to-
energy boilers, in-furnance NOx emission
reduction, rehabilitation, fuel conversion,
and retrofts of existing boilers.
ANSALDO ENERGIA SPA
Via N Lorenzi 8, Genova 16152, Italy,
+390106551, FAX:+390106556209,
ansaldoenergia@aen.ansaldo.it,
www.ansaldoenergia.it
Provides power generation and produces
thermoelectric power generation plants.
AP+M
1811 Corporate Dr, Boynton Beach, FL
33426, USA, +15617326000,
FAX:+15617326562,
sales@apm4parts.com,
www.apm4parts.com
Distributes aeroderivative and heavy
industrial gas turbine parts. Meets the
parts and technical services needs of
operators and repair shops around the
world.
APINA SA
Marques de la Ensenada, 2, Madrid
28004, Spain, +34915400088,
FAX:+34915400470, info@apina.com,
www.apina.com
Provides ammonia absorption systems,
ammonia compression systems and
refrigeration systems.
API TECHNOLOGIES
345 Pomroys Dr, Windber, PA 15963, USA,
+18144879060, FAX:+18153018468,
sales@apitech.com, www.apitech.com
Manufactures power strips, power
distribution units, and circuit protection
systems for both AC and DC power
applications.
APROVIS ENERGY SYSTEMS
GMBH
Ornbauer Str 10, Weidenbach D-91746,
Germany, +49982665830,
FAX:+4998266583110,
info@aprovis-gmbh.de,
www.aprovis-gmbh.de
Supplies heat recovery solutions and
catalysts for CHP plants and gas treatment
solutions.
APT CONSULTING GROUP
CO LTD
3/1 Muang Thong Thani Bldg C7,
Popular Rd, Bangpoot, Pakgret, Nonthaburi
11200, Thailand, +6624025235,
admin@aptthailand.com,
www.aptthailand.net
Provides engineering, planning and
consulting services to electric power and
renewable energy projects in Southeast
Asia.
AQUATECH INTERNATIONAL
CORP
1 Four Coins Dr, Canonsburg, PA 15317,
USA, +17247465300,
FAX:+17247465359,
aic@aquatech.com, www.aquatech.com
Offers water technology for industrial and
infrastructure markets with a focus on
solving water scarcity challenges through
desalination, water reuse, and zero liquid
discharge.
ARBRUX LTD
33 Alliance Blvd, Unit 6, Barrie, ON
L4M 5K2, Canada, +17057397878,
FAX:+17057397826, www.arbrux.com
Designs and manufactures a heavy-duty,
high-quality, cost-effective industrial de-
icer. Used by industry in the most ruthless
winter conditions from the Northwest
Territories to Alaska.
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ASEKA CONSULTING LTD
Haapapurontie 101, Veikkola 02880,
Finland, +358400433640, aseka@sci.f,
www.asekaconsulting.com
Offers renewable energy (biomass)
consultations, primarily in Africa.
ASPLAN VIAK AS
Kjrboveien 12, Sandvika NO-1300,
Norway, +4740407853,
kanenergi@kanenergi.no,
www.asplanviak.no
Provides an international consultancy
specialising in services related to energy
and environment.
ASSURED AUTOMATION
19 Walnut Ave, Clark, NJ 07066, USA,
+17323812255, FAX:+17323812328,
sales@assuredautomation.com,
www.assuredautomation.com
Offers a variety of valves including ball,
plug, butterfy, angle, PVC, multiport,
triclamp, and lined. Provides pneumatic
and electric actuation with solenoids,
positions and overrides.
ATILGAN DANISMANLIK
ENERGY
Dolapdere Cad 87/2, Pangalti/Sisli,
Istanbul 34077, Turkey, +902124386388,
FAX:+902122195844,
cemali@atilganenergy.com,
www.eskoenergy.com
Offers energy investments consultancy,
energy services, and project origination
and development.
ATLAS COPCO RENTAL
Pearce Ave, W Pitkerro Industrial Estate,
Dundee DD5 3SS, UK, +441382778999,
FAX:+441382778666,
rental@uk.atlascopco.com,
www.atlascopcorental.co.uk
Provides innovative and competitive
compressed air and power generation
rental solutions. Combines leading edge
technology, reliable equipment and a total
rental offering to optimise business needs.
AUSTEX SRL
3 via Brisa, Milano 20123, Italy,
+390236570811,
FAX:+390236570801, info@austex.eu,
www.austex.eu
Provides consulting, design and
engineering services on energy effciency,
renewable energy, cogeneration, and
technical due diligence for developing
projects.
AVALON CONSULTING INC
427 Prairie Knoll Dr, Naperville, IL 60565,
USA, +16309830883,
dpunwani@avalonconsulting.com,
www.avalonconsulting.com
Provides consulting services to
commercial, industrial and institutional
facility owners, energy service companies,
design and engineering contractors,
and equipment manufacturers for
cogeneration and turbine inlet air cooling.
AVC SPECIALISTS
5146 Commerce Ave, Moorpark, CA
93021, USA, +18055318900,
FAX:+18055318903,
sales@avcspecialists.com,
www.avcspecialists.com
Manufactures, sells, installs and repairs
precipitators, controllers and hardware
since 1977. Offers POWERCON voltage
controllers, RAPPERCON rapper controllers,
rappers and Hopper hammers, with OPC
modbus connectivity to host DCS systems.
B
BABCOCK POWER INC
1 Corporate Pl, 55 Ferncroft Rd, Suite 210,
Danvers, MA 01923, USA,
+15088541140, FAX:+15088544609,
info@babcockpower.com,
www.babcockpower.com
Supplies technology, equipment,
and aftermarket services for heat
exchangers, HRSGs, steam generators,
and environmental products for the power
generation industry worldwide through its
various subsidiaries.
BABCOCK & WILCOX
VLUND
Falkevej 2, Esbjerg 6705, Denmark,
+4576143400, FAX:+4576143600,
bwv@volund.dk, www.volund.dk
Supplies equipment and technologies
designed to convert household waste and
biomass into thermal energy worldwide.
BALMAC INC
8205 Estates Pkwy, Suite N, Plain City, OH
43064-8080, USA, +16148738222,
FAX:+16148732519,
sales@balmacinc.com,
www.balmacinc.com
Manufactures vibration meters, analysers,
monitors, sensors, transmitters, switches
and other vibration instrumentation.
BALTIMORE AIRCOIL
INTERNATIONAL NV - BAC
Industriepark-Zone A, Heist-op-den-Berg
2220, Belgium, +3215257700,
FAX:+3215244779,
info@baltimoreaircoil.eu,
www.baltimoreaircoil.eu
Develops, manufactures and distributes
heat transfer products.
BEAMEX
2152 Northwest Pkwy, Suite A, Marietta,
GA 30067, USA, +17709511927,
FAX:+17709511928,
beamex.inc@beamex.com,
www.beamex.com
Provides calibration solutions that meet
even the most demanding requirements
of process instrumentation.
BEDFORD REINFORCED
PLASTICS
264 Reynoldsdale Rd, Bedford, PA 15522,
USA, +18146238125,
FAX:+18146234050,
www.bedfordplastics.com
Produces custom and standard pultruded
fbreglass products.
BEES - BIOENERGY EVENTS
AND SERVICES
28 Blvd Gambetta, Lons le Saunier 39000,
France, +33384868930,
FAX:+33384432403, info@bees.biz,
www.bees.biz
Organises bioenergy exhibitions and
conferences worldwide.
BELL PERFORMANCE INC
1340 Bennett Dr, Longwood, FL 32750,
USA, +14078315021,
FAX:+14073311125,
sales@bellperformance.net,
www.bellperformance.com
Manufactures high-quality problem-solving
fuel treatments for the power generation,
industrial and consumer markets. Power
generation products include multifunction
fuel treatment for fuel oil and coal.
BERNARD MATTHEY
INGNIEURS-CONSEILS SA
La Grande-Fin 19, Montezillon-NE
CH-2037, Switzerland, +41327315353,
FAX:+41327314460,
info@masai-conseils.com,
www.masai-conseils.com
Consults on renewable energy and ground
storage of thermal energy.
BERND GRUEBEL
INGENIEURE - BGI
Anton Bruckner Str 4, Bad Vilbel, Hessen
61118, Germany, +496101505459,
FAX:+496101505460,
buerobgi@bgi-online.de,
www.bgi-online.de
Offers consulting services for building
equipment. Designs HVAC and electrical
systems for all properties and property
management support.
BHS SONTHOFEN GMBH
An der Eisenschmelze 47, Sonthofen
D-87527, Germany, +49832160990,
FAX:+4983216099220,
info@bhs-sonthofen.de,
www.bhs-sonthofen.de
Provides innovative, cost-effective
engineered technology and process
solutions for the following applications:
mixing, crushing, recycling and solid-liquid
fltration.
BIOENERGY AUSTRALIA
7 Grassmere Rd, Killara, NSW 2071,
Australia, +61294169246,
FAX:+61294169246,
sschuck@bigpond.net.au,
www.bioenergyaustrailia.org
Provides a government-industry forum to
facilitate development of biomass.
BIOENERGY PRODUCERS
ASSOCIATION INC
3325 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 708, Los Angeles,
CA 90010, USA, +12133819902,
info@bioenergyproducers.org,
www.bioenergyproducers.org
Advocates the use of solid waste
conversion technologies for the
production of power, advanced biofuels
and chemicals.
BIOENERGY TECHNOLOGY
LTD
Farley Farm, Muddles Green, Chiddingly,
Near Lewes, East Sussex BN8 6HW, UK,
+441825890140,
FAX:+441825890143,
sales@bioenergy.org, www.bioenergy.org
Supplies and installs log, wood pellet and
wood chip boilers from 3 kW domestic
to 4 MW industrial, including advice on
storage to suite site. Is a microgeneration
registered installer.
BIOSPARK CLEAN ENERGY
LLC
1 Liberty Sq, 11th Fl, Boston, MA 02109,
USA, +19786210421,
FAX:+19785175020,
tomm@biosparkusa.com,
www.biosparkusa.com
Offers turnkey biogas-to-energy,
cogeneration and DG systems and
services. Offers a patented biogas fuel
processing system to match the specifc
fuel requirements of reciprocating
engines, microturbines and fuel cells.
BMH TECHNOLOGY OY
PO Box 32, Rauma FI-26101, Finland,
+35824866800, FAX:+35824866990,
bmh@bmh.f, www.bmh.f
Provides complete processing lines, power
generation, fuel receiving and crushing
systems.
BMT GROUP LTD
Goodrich House, 1 Waldegrave Rd,
Teddington TW11 8LZ, UK,
+442089435544,
FAX:+442089435347,
enquiries@bmtmail.com, www.bmt.org
Is a worldwide maritime consultancy
employing over one thousand engineers,
scientists and technologists in energy and
environment, transport and defence.
BOERGER PUMPS ASIA PTE
LTD
16 Boon Lay Way, 1-48, 609965,
Singapore, +6565629540,
FAX:+6565629542, asia@boerger.com,
www.boerger.com
Manufactures positive displacement
pumps, macerators and feeding
technology.
BORSIG BOILER SYSTEMS
GMBH
Egellsstr 21, Berlin D-13507, Germany,
+4930430101, FAX:+493043012236,
info@bs.borsig.de, www.borsig.de/bs
Offers fred boilers (up to 420 t/h), waste
heat recovery boilers (WHRB), and power
plant engineering.
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BOSCH INDUSTRIEKESSEL
GMBH
Nrnberger Str 73, Gunzenhausen
D-91710, Germany, +499831560,
FAX:+4998315692957,
sales@bosch-industrial.com,
www.bosch-industrial.com
Manufactures steam and hot water boilers
in all sizes and capacities.
BOSON ENERGY SA
29 Blvd du Prince Felix, LU-1513,
Luxembourg, +35220404020,
info@bosonenergy.com,
www.bosonenergy.com
Provides sustainable distributed energy
solutions and small-scale CHP to energy
entrepreneurs and various industries
utilising local biomass with technology,
complete systems and methods supported
by education and training.
BOTH INDUSTRIAL SERVICES
BV - BIS
161 Joke Smitkade, PO Box 6007,
Vlaardingen 3137ZL, The Netherlands,
+31102497046, FAX:+31102497047,
info@bisboth.nl, www.bisboth.nl
Supplies fans, fan stacks, gear boxes,
carbon fbre drive shafts, cooling towers
and air coolers.
BOWMAN POWER GROUP
LTD
Ocean Quay, Belvidere Rd, Southampton
SO14 5QY, UK, +442380236700,
FAX:+442380352565,
sales@bowmanpower.co.uk,
www.bowmanpower.com
Provides advanced exhaust energy
recovery technologies for reciprocating
engines, which are the dominant plant
for power generation in remote areas,
for biomass energy applications, and for
heavy vehicles.
BRADEN MANUFACTURING
LLC
5199 N Mingo Rd, Tulsa, OK 74117, USA,
+19182725371, FAX:+19182727414,
sales@braden.com, www.braden.com
Designs, engineers and manufactures GT
auxilliary systems.
BRAVO COMMUNICATIONS
INC
3463 Meadowlands Ln, San Jose, CA
95135, USA, +14082978700,
FAX:+14082978701,
sales@bravobravo.com,
www.bravobravo.com
BRIDGESTONE ASSOCIATES
LTD
6 Independence Way, Suite 100, Chadds
Ford, PA 19317, USA, +16103886191,
FAX:+16103880394,
solutions@brdgstn.com, www.brdgstn.com
Consults, performs economic and
environmental feasibility studies, cost
estimates, preliminary design, equipment
selection and develops and designs CHP,
solar, wind, biomass and other renewable
energy projects.
BROAD USA INC
401 Hackensack Ave, Suite 503,
Hackensack, NJ 07601, USA,
+12016783010, FAX:+12016783011,
sales@broadusa.com, www.broadusa.com
Manufactures absorption chillers/heaters.
BRUSH TURBOGENERATORS
INC
15110 Northwest Freeway, Suite 150,
Houston, TX 77040, USA,
+12815801314, FAX:+12815805801,
salesus@brush.eu, www.brush.eu
Manufactures high-voltage synchronous
generators 101000 MW, voltage
regulation and power management
systems. Available in two-pole (3600 and
3000 rpm), four-pole (1800 and 1500
rpm) and in 50 Hz ratings above 200 MW
(water and hydrogen).
BURKHALTER
2193 Hwy 45 S, Columbus, MS 39701,
USA, +16623277711,
FAX:+16623277485,
www.burkhalter.net
Provides award-winning complete
solutions in engineered heavy lifting,
rigging, and transport for the power,
petrochemical, civil, and marine industries
around the world.
BURMEISTER & WAIN
ENERGY A/S - BWE
Lundtoftegrdsvej 93A, Kgs Lyngby
DK-2800, Denmark, +4539452000,
FAX:+4539452005, info@bwe.dk,
www.bwe.dk
Specialises in the design and supply of
advanced steam boilers for utility and
biomass-fred power stations. Also designs
low-NOx burners, APH, GGH, FGD plants
and offers boiler maintenance.
BWD TURBINES LTD
1-601 Tradewind Dr, Ancaster, ON
L9G 4V5, Canada, +19056489262,
FAX:+19056489264,
wilson@bwdturbines.com,
www.bwdturbines.com
Provides engineering, training and
advanced technology transfer to the gas
turbine industry.
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CALDIC TECHNIEK BV
Postbus 660, AR Rotterdam 3000,
The Netherlands, +31104156622,
FAX:+31104372235,
energie@caldic-techniek.nl,
www.caldic.com
Is a representative and stockholder of
generators, switchboards, instruments and
power management systems.
CAMFIL FARR POWER
SYSTEMS AB
PO Box 155, Boras 503 08, Sweden,
+4633178500, FAX:+4633178555,
jan-peter.nilsson@camflfarr.com,
www.camflfarr.com
Provides auxiliary equipment for
turbo machinery, diesel engines and
compressors on a global basis. Offers air
inlet and exhaust systems, enclosures and
ventilation, diverter dampers, air flters and
aftermarket service.
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION
FOR RENEWABLE ENERGIES
(WE C.A.R.E.)
7885 Jock Trail, Ottawa, ON K0A 2Z0,
Canada, +16132226920,
FAX:+16138224987,
info@renewables.ca, www.renewables.ca
Promotes feasible applications of
renewable energy in green power, green
fuels and green heat, with an emphasis
on climate change impacts from the
range of technologies.
CANNON BOILER WORKS
INC
510 Constitution Blvd, New Kensington, PA
15068, USA, +17243358541,
sales@cannonboilerworks.com,
www.cannonboilerworks.com
Manufactures boilers and pressure
vessels.
CAPTUS ENERGY CO
PO Box 31, Erwinna, PA 18920, USA,
+14843051171, FAX:+14843051172,
cgrindrod@captusenergy.com,
www.captusenergy.com
Offers high-energy piping services
including NDT and hanger inspections.
Provides pipe ftting and welding services
in accordance with ASME B31.1 and
B31.3 and design/build services.
CARLOR ENGINEERING SA
Ave Albert 1er 87, Grivegne B-4030,
Belgium, +3243840197,
FAX:+3243671666, info@carlor.com,
www.carlor.com
Manufactures electric tank style
preheaters for engines with liquid cooling
systems. Systems are mostly used to
preheat generators sets.
CARLOS BERTSCHI SRL
Av Roque Saenz Pena 943, Buenos Aires
C1035AAE, Argentina, +541143262405,
FAX:+541143262738,
info@bertschi.com.ar,
www.bertschi.com.ar
Provides measurement and control
instruments.
CAS DATALOGGERS
12628 Chillicothe Rd, Unit J, Chesterland,
OH 44026, USA, +14407292570,
FAX:+14407292586,
sales@dataloggerinc.com,
www.dataloggerinc.com
Manufactures data acquisition and control
systems including high-performance, real-
time systems for use in data acquisition,
test and control applications featuring
microsecond precision.
CASINGHINI HEATEX SRL
Via Attiraglio 5, Palazzolo SullOglio, (BS)
25036, Italy, +390307402831,
FAX:+390307407574, casinghini@tin.it,
www.casinghini.com
Offers economisers, waste heat boilers,
tank heating coils, soot blowers, spiral
fntubes, longitudinal fntubes, and
studded tubes.
CATERPILLAR INC
Bldg AC, Mossville, IL 61552, USA,
+13095786298, FAX:+13095782599,
cat_power@cat.com,
www.cat-electricpower.com
Offers generator sets, automatic transfer
switches, uninterruptible power supplies
and switchgear.
CATERPILLAR SARL
76 Rt de Frontenex, Geneva 1211,
Switzerland, +41228494444,
FAX:+41228494544, sales@cat.com,
www.cat.com
Supplies natural and biogas engines.
Designs and builds power systems.
CC JENSEN LTD
Unit 26 Enterprise City, Meadowfeld Ave,
Spennymoor, County Durham DL16 6JF,
UK, +441388420721,
FAX:+441388420718,
fltration@ccjuk.co.uk, www.ccjensen.co.uk
Provides off-line oil fltration and
separation for CHP plants.
CEC VIBRATION PRODUCTS
INC
746 Arrow Grand Cir, Covina, CA 91722,
USA, +16269380200,
FAX:+16269380202, info@cecvp.com,
www.cecvp.com
Manufactures transducers, signal
conditioners and monitoring equipment
used to measure machinery vibration.
Maintains a feld-proven reputation for
product reliability and support within the
power generation community.
CENTRAX LTD
Shaldon Rd, Newton Abbot, Devon
TQ12 4SQ, UK, +441626358000,
FAX:+441626358158,
sales@centraxgt.com, www.centraxgt.com
Manufactures gas turbine powered
generator sets ranging from 4 to 66 MW.
Uses industrial gas turbines supplied
by Rolls-Royce and Siemens for
cogeneration, base load, oil and gas and
more.
CH2M HILL
Northpark 400, 1000 Abernathy Rd,
Suite 1600, Atlanta, GA 30328, USA,
+16785304010,
alan.champagne@ch2m.com,
www.ch2m.com
Offers consulting, design, design-build,
operations, and programme management
through an employee-owned frm.
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CHEMETRICS INC
4295 Catlett Rd, Midland, VA 22728, USA,
+15407889026, FAX:+15407884856,
info@chemetrics.com,
www.chemetrics.com
Supplies self-flling reagent ampoules
for dissolved oxygen and other analytes
in water. Provides accurate, reliable, and
quantitative results for over 45 analytes in
just two minutes or less.
CHP ASSOCIATION
1050 Thomas Jefferson St NW, 6th Fl,
Washington, DC 20007, USA,
+12024307748, info@uschpa.org,
www.chpassociation.org
Increases deployment of combined heat
and power and waste energy recovery
systems to beneft the environment and
the economy. Formerly the USCHPA.
CHRISTIE & GREY INC
PO Box 168, Fairhaven, MA 02719, USA,
+18884728290, FAX:+15082173061,
matthew.coombs@christiegrey.com,
www.christiegrey.com
Manufactures and engineers vibration
noise and shock control products for
nearly 100 years. Offers uncompromising
performance, realiability and long service
at competitive prices.
CIAT
Ave Jean Falconnier, BP 14, Culoz 01350,
France, +33479424242,
m.schaller@ciat.fr, www.ciat.com
Offers chillers, heat exchangers, air
treatment products and products for heat
management on engine CHP/gensets. The
DRYPACK range of biogas drying systems
treats 50 to 6000 Nm3/h gas.
CITYENERGO
Prospekt Marshal Zhukova 76/2, Moscow
123103, Russian Federation,
+74957894196, FAX:+74996382798,
gy@cityenergo.net, www.cityenergo.net
Provides gas turbine, gas and diesel
engine power plants as single or
combined cycle and fxed, containerised
or mobile versions. Fully automated with
remote monitoring. Offers engineering,
supply, installation, PM and emergency
service country-wide (Russia/CIS/Ukraine).
CLARIANT CORP
32 Fremont St, Needham, MA 02494, USA,
+17814335900, FAX:+17814440130,
ap_americas@clariant.com,
www.clariant.com
Manufactures a wide range of oxidation
catalysts and particulate flters for internal
combustion engines and gas turbines at
an ISO/TS 16949:2009 certifed plant in
the Boston area.
CLAUDE LYONS LTD
Brook Rd, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire
EN8 7LR, UK, +441992768888,
FAX:+441992788000,
info@claudelyons.co.uk,
www.claudelyons.co.uk
Manufactures and supplies energy-saving
voltage regulators, voltage stabilisers,
transformers and UPS.
CLAYTON OF BELGIUM NV
Rijksweg 30, Bornem B-2880, Belgium,
+3238905700, FAX:+3238905701,
sales@clayton.be, www.clayton.be
Supplies steam generators and boilers for
industrial process steam systems, both
waste heat and exhaust gas fred.
CLEAN EARTH
TECHNOLOGIES INC
3805 Wren Rowe Dr, Texarkana, TX 75503,
USA, +19032236896,
cleanearthtexas@cs.com
Sells recycling systems turning waste into
energy without emissions.
CLEAN TECHNOLOGY
SOLUTIONS PTY LTD
Suite 2, Level 1, 241 Whitehorse Rd,
Balwyn, VIC 3103, Australia,
+61398177682, FAX:+61398176329,
mail@cleantech.com.au,
www.cleantech.com.au
Provides dynamic simulations for
cogeneration and other process
systems. Employs integrated process
design principals in process design and
operations to assist clients in conserving
energy and materials.
CLEAVER-BROOKS
ENGINEERED BOILER
SYSTEMS
6940 Cornhusker Hwy, Lincoln, NE 68507,
USA, +14024342000,
FAX:+14024342064,
ebssales@cleaverbrooks.com,
www.cleaverbrooks.com
Offers complete systems for the best
solutions, effciency, and lowest emissions
possible. Nebraska Boilers, Natcom
Burners, and ERI HRSGs have long been
the industry benchmarks for quality and
engineering.
CMC INSTRUMENTS GMBH
Hauptstr 388, Eschborn D-65760,
Germany, +496173320078,
FAX:+49617365050,
info@cmc-instruments.de,
www.cmc-instruments.de
Offers OilQSens, a unique oil quality
monitoring system for high-voltage
transformers, turbines and all oil
insulated/lubricated systems that is more
sensitive, less expensive and easier to
install than DGA.
CMI ENERGY
1 Ave Greiner, Seraing 4100, Belgium,
+3243302428, FAX:+3243302200,
hrs@cmigroupe.com,
www.cmigroupe.com
Specialises in the design, supply, erection
and commissioning of heat recovery
steam generators for combined cycles,
cogeneration, ISCC and industrial
applications. Also develops steam
generators for CSP.
COCHRAN LTD
Newbie Works, Annan,
Dumfries & Galloway DG12 5QU, UK,
+441461202111,
FAX:+441461205511,
enquiries@cochran.co.uk,
www.cochran.co.uk
Offers industrial steam and hot water
boilers, industrial biomass and waste heat
boilers, spares, servicing, hiring, training,
retubing, water treatment, effciency
upgrades and burners.
COLMAC COIL
MANUFACTURING INC
370 N Lincoln St, PO Box 571, Colville, WA
99114-0571, USA, +15096842595,
FAX:+15096848331,
mail@colmaccoil.com,
www.colmaccoil.com
Manufactures new and replacement plate
fn heating and cooling coils, dry coolers,
air-cooled condensers, and heat pipe air-
to-air heat exchangers for the commercial,
industrial, and heat transfer markets.
COMAP SPOL SRO
Kundratka 2359/17, Prague 8 180 00,
Czech Republic, +42024612111,
FAX:+420266316647,
orders@comap.cz, www.comap.cz
Specialises in creating electronic control
and management solutions for use in
the power generation industry and drive
power markets.
COMINTER CORP
7930 SW 95th Ave, Miami, FL 33173, USA,
+13052733647, FAX:+13052794852,
sales@cominter.net, www.cominter.net
Supplies all types of electric power
generation equipment.
COMMERCIAL ACOUSTICS
5960 W Washington St, Phoenix, AZ
85043, USA, +16022332322,
FAX:+16022332033,
rbullock@mfmca.com, www.mfmca.com
Provides acoustic panels and sound
attenuators.
COMPRESSOR CONTROLS
CORP - CCC
4725 121st St, Des Moines, IA
50323-2316, USA, +15152700857,
FAX:+15152701331,
mbrinkley@cccglobal.com,
www.cccglobal.com
Provides powerful, effcient, and reliable
turbomachinery controls and the expert.
Offers global knowledge, experience,
consultation and service that clients
deserve.
COMRENT WEST
250 Clark Ave, Pomona, CA 91767, USA,
+19096222137, FAX:+19096226480,
cherh@comrentwest.com,
www.comrentwest.com
Provides inductive, capacitive and resistive
style load banks for rental.
CONAX TECHNOLOGIES
2300 Walden Ave, Buffalo, NY 14225, USA,
+17166844500, FAX:+17166847433,
conax@conaxtechnologies.com,
www.conaxtechnologies.com
Designs and fabricates standard and
custom temperature sensor assemblies
and compression seal fttings.
CONNTECT INC
304 Federal Rd, Suite 206, Brookfeld, CT
06804, USA, +12037758445,
FAX:+12037759339,
glabas@conntect.com, www.conntect.com
Provides solvent and water-based
compressor cleaners and fuel additives.
CONSTRUCTIONS
INDUSTRIELLES DE LA
MEDITERRANE - CNIM
35 rue de Bassano, Paris 75008, France,
+33144311100, FAX:+33144311130,
bbouree@cnim.com, www.cnim.com
Manufactures and contracts for municipal
waste incineration and more.
CONTEC GMBH
INDUSTRIEAUSRUESTUNGEN
Aegidienberger Str 69, Bad Honnef
D-53604, Germany, +49222498930,
FAX:+492224989320,
info@contec-umwelt.de,
www.contec-umwelt.de
Offers fltration systems and components
including oil mist separators/oil mist
eliminators, liquid flters, like wedge
wire flters, air/gas flters and liquid level
measurement technology. Provides clean
solutions on demand.
CONTINENTAL BIOMASS
INDUSTRIES INC - CBI
90 Pingree Hill Rd, Auburn, NH 03032,
USA, +16033820556,
FAX:+16033820557,
abenway@cbi-inc.com, www.cbi-inc.com
Manufactures wood waste processing
equipment.
CONTROL SYSTEM
TECHNOLOGIES LLC
1969 S Alafaya Trail, Suite 111, Orlando, FL
32828, USA, +13214188003,
FAX:+18775308717,
kevin.singleton@cstfs.com, www.cstfs.com
Provides turbine controls and balance of
plant engineering.
CONVAL
265 Field Rd, PO Box 1049, Somers, CT
06071-1049, USA, +18607490761,
FAX:+18607633557,
sales@conval.com, www.conval.com
Designs and manufactures high-pressure,
high-temperature valves and accessories
for the worlds most demanding
applications.
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CONVERSION AND
RESOURCE EVALUATION LTD
83 Church Rd, Holywood BT18 9BY, UK,
+442890397811,
FAX:+448709213900,
cpeacocke@care.demon.co.uk,
www.care.demon.co.uk
Offers specialised technical consultancy in
bioenergy and waste-to-energy by thermal
conversion, mainly in pyrolysis gasifcation
and to a lesser degree, combustion.
CONVEYOR COMPONENTS
CO
130 Seltzer Rd, PO Box 167, Croswell, MI
48422, USA, +18106794211,
FAX:+18106794510,
info@conveyorcomponents.com,
www.conveyorcomponents.com
Manufactures conveyor accessories
including stop switches, pull cords, belt
misalignment switches, bucket elevator
controls, belt rip detectors, fow and
motion controls, zero speed, level controls,
and tilt and tripper switches.
THE COOL SOLUTIONS CO
5007 Lincoln Ave, Suite 201, Lisle, IL
60532, USA, +16303539690,
FAX:+16303539691,
coolsolutionsco@aol.com,
www.coolsolutionsco.com
Consults on turbine inlet cooling, thermal
energy storage, and district cooling.
COPOWER LLC
Ohaka 4, Muraste, Harku, Harjumaa
76905, Estonia, +3725171111,
FAX:+3726714109, info@copower.ee,
www.copower.ee
Provides cogeneration, gensets, wind
generators, wind turbines, solar panels,
solar water heaters, heat pumps, water
boilers and more.
CORMETECH INC
5000 International Dr, Durham, NC 27712,
USA, +19196203000,
FAX:+19196203001,
sales@cormetech.com,
www.cormetech.com
Develops, manufactures, and supplies
catalysts for SCR systems. The companys
homogeneous honeycomb, titania-based
ceramic catalysts are integral to the high
performing SCR.
COWI A/S
Parallelvej 2, Kongens Lyngby DK-2800,
Denmark, +4556400000,
FAX:+4556409999, cowi@cowi.dk,
www.cowi.com
Offers consulting engineers for district
heating, cogeneration, biogas, energy-
from-waste, energy planning and
management.
CP POWER & AUTOMATION
LTD
3 Fairfeld Ct, Seven Stars Industrial Estate,
Coventry CV3 4LJ, UK, +442476214799,
mail@cppowerautomation.com,
www.cppowerautomation.com
Offers power conversion equipment,
inverters and DC/DC converters.
CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY
Cranfeld, Bedford MK43 0AL, UK,
+441234754086,
FAX:+441234754109,
appliedsciences@cranfeld.ac.uk,
www.cranfeld.ac.uk/environment
Focuses on gas turbine technology. Offers
education and training for the power
industry.
CRESSALL RESISTORS
Evington Valley Rd, Leicester LE5 5LZ, UK,
+441162733633,
FAX:+441162737911,
info@cressall.com, www.cressall.com
Manufactures load banks, neutral earthing
resistors, braking and flter resistors.
CRESTCHIC LTD
2nd Ave, Centrum 100, Burton upon Trent
DE14 2WF, UK, +441283531645,
FAX:+441283510103,
sales@crestchic.co.uk,
www.crestchic.co.uk
Designs and manufactures AC and DC
load banks for sale and rent.
CROLL-REYNOLDS
ENGINEERING CO INC
500-B Monroe Tpke, PO Box 112, Monroe,
CT 06468, USA, +12033711983,
FAX:+12033710615, creco@att.net
Provides backwashable flters and
strainers and welded metal bellows
expansion joints.
CSC SPA
Via Lago Maggiore 7, Schio, (VI) 36015,
Italy, +390445575989,
FAX:+390445575750,
ade@csc-schio.com, www.csc-schio.com
Designs and constructs stainless steel and
exotic material vessels.
CSD INGENIEURE AG
Hessstr 27d, Liebefeld/Bern CH-3097,
Switzerland, +41319703535,
FAX:+41319703536, bern@csd.ch,
www.csd.ch
Provides environmental technology, waste
management, and biogas utilisation.
CU SERVICES LLC
725 Parkview Cir, Elk Grove, IL 60007, USA,
+18474392303, rcronfel@cuservices.net,
www.cuservices.net
Provides plug-resistant orifces for steam
line drains, multi-stage orifce assemblies
for high-pressure drop requirements, and
high-pressure silencers for steam and
gas vents.
CYBERCHRON RUGGED
SYSTEMS
2700 Rt 9, PO Box 160, Cold Spring, NY
10516, USA, +18452653700,
FAX:+18452653752,
cfadden@cyberchron.com,
www.cyberchron.com
D
DALE POWER SOLUTIONS
LTD
Salter Rd, Eastfeld Industrial Estate,
Scarbough, North Yorkshire YO11 3DU, UK,
+441723583511,
FAX:+441723581231,
sales@dalepowersolutions.com,
www.dalepowersolutions.com
Is a national service and maintenance
provider and manufactures generators,
UPS, batteries, switch mode products,
diesel generators, generator sets and gas
turbines globally.
DARLEY & ASSOCIATES
3A Empingham Rd, Stamford, Lincolnshire
PE9 2RH, UK, +441780759100,
paul@energyfromwaste.com,
www.energyfromwaste.com
Consults on cogeneration, heat recovery
and power generation.
DAVID OAKLAND
ASSOCIATES
33 Aire View, Snaith, Goole DN14 9TE, UK,
+441405860011,
enquiry@steamacc.co.uk,
www.steamacc.co.uk
Designs and consults on steam
accumulators and steam accumulation
control systems.
DDI HEAT EXCHANGERS INC
305 Baffn St, Dollard Des Ormeaux, QC
H9A 3G4, Canada, +15146967961,
erwin@ddi.ca,
www.ddi-heatexchangers.com
Offers nonplug, rectangular, channelled
heat exchangers, and direct sludge-to-
sludge heat recovery exchangers. Can
recover the wasted energy from the hot
digested wasted heated sludge in a few
months.
DEE TECH SERVICES LTD
Clwyd Close, Harwarden Industrial Pk,
Hawarden CH5 3PZ, UK,
+441244530100,
FAX:+441244530101,
info@deetech.co.uk, www.deetech.co.uk
Services the engineering and process
sector for new construction projects and
maintenance/shutdown programmes. Has
the skill and reputation to complete any
project.
DEFITEC SPRL
16 Rue Michel Verbeck, Waterloo B-1410,
Belgium, +3223540610,
FAX:+3223530377, bd@deftec.com,
www.deftec.com
Offers replacement flters, elements, and
cartridges for gas turbines air intake,
hydraulic and oil systems.
DEIF A/S
Frisenborgvej 33, Skive DK-7800,
Denmark, +4596149614,
FAX:+4596149605, info@deif.com,
www.deif.com
Supplies green, safe and reliable control
solutions for decentralised power
production, marine/offshore and wind
turbines. Has companies in Europe, Asia
and the Americas.
DEIF (UK) LTD
8 Acorn Business Pk, Heaton Ln, Stockport,
Cheshire SK4 1AS, UK, +441614294940,
FAX:+441614294941, rwa@deif.com,
www.deif.com
Offers generator controls and power
management systems for gas and diesel
engines, wind/hydro controls, marine
bridge and switchboard instrumentation.
Global support and training available.
DE JONG COMBUSTION BV
Gravelandseweg 390, Schiedam NL-3125
BK, The Netherlands, +31104469222,
FAX:+31104154581,
dejongcombustion@dejong.nl,
www.dejongcombustion.com
Designs, engineers, manufactures and
supplies combustion equipment.
DEKOMTE DE TEMPLE GMBH
Walinusstr 13, Seligenstadt D-63500,
Germany, +49618221014,
FAX:+4961822101400,
info@dekomte.com, www.dekomte.com
Designs, manufactures, installs and
maintains fabric/metal expansion joints.
DELTA ENERGY &
ENVIRONMENT
15 Great Stuart St, Edinburgh EH3 7TS, UK,
+441314665544,
FAX:+441314667755,
michael.brown@delta-ee.com,
www.delta-ee.com
Consults on CHP market development,
energy and emissions trading issues.
DENIS COOKE &
ASSOCIATES PTY LTD
PO Box 4741, North Rocks, NSW 2151,
Australia, +61298716641,
FAX:+61296141723,
denis@decoa.com.au,
www.decoa.com.au
Provides energy, engineering, greenhouse
and renewable energy consulting.
DE SOLUTIONS INC
732 Val Sereno Dr, Encinitas, CA 92024,
USA, +18588321242,
FAX:+18587569891,
kdavidson@de-solutions.com,
www.de-solutions.com
Provides on-site power engineering and
consulting services.
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DETROIT STOKER CO
1510 E First St, Monroe, MI 48161, USA,
+17342419500, FAX:+17342417126,
sales@detroitstoker.com,
www.detroitstoker.com
Designs and manufactures stokers and
related combustion equipment for fuel
fring.
DEXDYNE LTD
Oakley House, Tetbury Rd, Cirencester
GL7 1US, UK, +441285658122,
FAX:+441285655644,
sales@dexdyne.com, www.dexdyne.com
Provides solutions for remote monitoring
and control of dispersed processes/
equipment over the internet. The
solutions provide such facilities as data
consolidation, SMS alerts, charts, trends
and reports.
DFME SP ZOO
Fabryczna 10, Wroclaw 53609, Poland,
+48713565400, FAX:+48713565679,
offce@dfme.pl, www.dfme.pl
Manufactures generators and motors in
its internal design shop, manufacturing
facility, and in-house test station. Has over
65 years of history under the Dolmel, ABB
Dolmel Drives and DFME brands.
DIESEL POWER HOLLAND BV
Oostelijke Randweg 18, Industrial Estate
Moerdijk M111, Moerdijk NL-4782 PZ,
The Netherlands, +31168388488,
FAX:+31168329620,
info@dieselpowerholland.com,
www.dieselpowerholland.com
Buys and sells reconditioned diesel and
natural gas engines and generator sets.
DONAU CARBON GMBH &
CO KG
Gwinnerstr 27-33, Frankfurt am Main
60388, Germany, +49694011650,
FAX:+49694011659,
offce@donau-carbon.com,
www.donau-carbon.com
Provides powdered, granular and extruded
activated carbon and flters.
DONCASTERS GROUP LTD
Millennium Ct, First Ave, Centrum 100,
Burton-on-Trent DE14 2WH, UK,
+441332864900,
FAX:+441332694136,
info@doncasters.com,
www.doncasters.com
Supplies airfoils, rings, casings and
combustion systems for gas turbine
engines.
DOOSAN SKODA POWER
Tylova 1/57, Plzen 301-28,
Czech Republic, +42378185000,
FAX:+42378185910,
doosanskodapower@doosan.com,
www.doosanskoda.com
Produces and supplies equipment for
steam turbine machine halls of power
plant.
DRESSER-RAND
10205 Westheimer Rd, West8 Tower,
Suite 1000, Houston, TX 77042, USA,
+17133546100, FAX:+17133546110,
info@dresser-rand.com,
www.dresser-rand.com
Supplies rotating equipment solutions for
critical applications in oil, gas and other
industries.
DRESSER-RAND
Barrio De Oikia, 44, PO Box 30, Zumaia,
Gipuzkoa 20759, Spain,
+34943865205, FAX:+34943865210,
guascor@guascor.com,
www.guascorpower.com
Supplies diesel and gas engines providing
customised energy solutions across
worldwide energy infrastructure markets
based upon reciprocating engine power
systems technologies.
DRESSER-RAND CO LTD
85 Papyrus Rd, Peterborough PE4 5HG, UK,
+441733292200,
FAX:+441733292460,
info@dresser-rand.com,
www.dresser-rand.com
Supplies custom-engineered rotating
equipment solutions for long-life, critical
applications in the oil, gas, petrochemical,
and process industries globally. Products
include turbines and CHP systems.
DR MGR JATROPHA
BIODIESEL PROJECT
C Block 11/13 First Fl 10th St,
Annanagareast, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
600102, India, +914426214429,
FAX:+914426214429,
alagarsamy@gmail.com,
www.mgrbiodiesel.com
Creates awareness about the power of
energy through a voluntary agency.
DUNN SERVICE GROUP INC
PO Box 2610, Thomasville, NC 27360,
USA, +13364769274,
FAX:+13364729328,
dunnservicegroup@aol.com,
www.dunnservicegroup.com
Provides industrial dry ice blasting
services to the power generation industry.
DURAFLEX INC
765 Industrial Dr, Cary, IL 60013, USA,
+18474621007, FAX:+18474621450,
info@durafexinc.com,
www.durafexinc.com
DUST CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY
1607 W Chanute Rd, Peoria, IL 61615,
USA, +13096938600,
FAX:+13096938605,
info@dustboss.com, www.dustboss.com
Provides DustBoss equipment which
combine pressurised mist with a powerful
oscillating fan to create a virtual dust/
odour barrier. Proprietary technology
blankets up to 280,000 square feet from
one machine.
DYNAGEN TECHNOLOGIES
INC
3 Spectacle Lake Dr, Dartmouth, NS
B3B 1R7, Canada, +19024060133,
FAX:+19025670633,
sales@dynagen.ca, www.dynagen.ca
Supplies engine controllers, generator
controls, and automatic transfer switches
for manufacturers, resellers, and installers
of engine-powered equipment.
DYNAMIC SYSTEMS INC
15331 NE 90th St, Redmond, WA 98052,
USA, +14252161204,
robf@dsisales.com, www.a-barcode.com
Offers barcode tracking including
equipment and tool, inventory, ID
badge systems, job tracking, time and
attendance, document/fle tracking, capital
assets, labels and tags, fxed asset tracking
and wireless.
E
E4TECH
Ave Juste-Olivier 2, Lausanne 1006,
Switzerland, +41213311570,
info@e4tech.com, www.e4tech.com
Consults on sustainable energy. Provides
services relating to technology, policy and
business across a wide range of energy
areas.
EAGLEBURGMANN
EXPANSION JOINT
SOLUTIONS
10035 Prospect Ave, Suite 202, Santee, CA
92071, USA, +16195626083,
FAX:+16195620636,
sales@keb-ejs.com, www.keb-ejs.com
Manufactures fabric, metal and rubber
expansion joints for power generation.
Specialises in HRSG boiler seals,
ASME code, and gas turbine products.
Maintenance support, installation and
emergency services available.
EAGLE FILTERS LTD
Kalervonkatu 10, Kotka 48600, Finland,
+358104203070,
FAX:+358104203071,
sales@eagleflters.f, www.eagleflters.f
Offers high-quality air inlet flters for gas
turbine power plants.
EARTH ENERGY SOCIETY OF
CANADA (GEOCANADA)
7885 Jock Trail, Ottawa, ON K0A 2Z0,
Canada, +16132226920,
FAX:+16138224987,
eggertson@earthenergy.ca,
www.earthenergy.ca
Is a national trade association that
promotes applications for ground-coupled
(geothermal) heat pumps used in space
conditioning and water heating.
EA TECHNOLOGY (EUROPE)
LTD
Capenhurst Technology Pk, Chester,
Cheshire CH1 6ES, UK, +441513472369,
FAX:+441513472406,
consulting@eatechnology.com,
www.eatechnology.com
Operates as an energy technology
consultancy with considerable expertise
embracing electrical energy storage
systems, demand side management,
distributed generation, fuel cells, hydrogen
systems and development of independent
safety case reviews.
ECO LTD
PO Box 900, Bromley, London BR1 9FF, UK,
+442030120130,
FAX:+442030120140,
info@ecoharmony.com,
www.ecoharmony.com
Provides expertise in market creation and
project formulation in the sustainable
energy and climate change sector.
E-CON SYSTEMS INDIA PVT
LTD
Rishabh Infopark, RR Tower IV, 7th Fl,
Super A-16 & A-17, Thiru-Vi-Ka
Industrial Estate, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
600032, India, +914445532052,
FAX:+914445532053,
anitha@e-consystems.com,
www.e-consystems.com
ECO PHYSICS INC
3915 Research Pk Dr, Suite A-3, Ann Arbor,
MI 48108, USA, +17349981600,
FAX:+17349981180,
sales@ecophysics-us.com,
www.ecophysics-us.com
Offers chemiluminescence NOx and
ammonia analysers for stack testing and
research.
ECO-TEC EUROPE LTD
Units 5C D&E Ring Rd, Zone 2 Burntwood
Business Pk, Burntwood, Staffordshire
WS7 8JQ, UK, +441543683086,
FAX:+441543674117,
ecoteceurope@aol.com, www.eco-tec.com
Provides acid purifcation systems and
water treatment systems.
EC POWER A/S
Samsoevej 25, Hinnerup DK 8382,
Denmark, +4587434100,
sales@ecpower.dk, www.ecpower.eu
Provides a decentralised energy system
that uses cogeneration to produce both
electricity and heat. Has fuel effciency
rates of over 96% in some cases.
EDECO PETROLEUM
SERVICES LTD
Trent Ln, Castle Donington DE74 2NP, UK,
+441332850060,
FAX:+441332850553,
johnb@edeco.co.uk, www.edeco.co.uk
Specialises in industrial diesel and
gas engines and transmission services
including engine and transmission
rebuilding with computerised test facilities.
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EDSR
PO Box 67, Timaru, SI 7940, New Zealand,
+64212226155, info@edsr.co.nz,
www.edsr.co.nz
Specialises in risk management
including project or enterprise wide
systems, processes and workshops.
Provides services for health and safety
management and systems and project
management support services.
EIDAL SHREDDERS INC
PO Box 399, Streator, IL 61364, USA,
+18156745802, FAX:+18156735682,
sales@shredderhotline.com,
www.shredderhotline.com
Offers cogeneration design services.
ELAN TECHNICAL CORP
141 Kings Hwy E, Fairfeld, CT 06825, USA,
+12033352115, FAX:+12033352723,
elantechnical@sbcglobal.net,
www.elantechnical.com
ELECTROSWITCH
180 King Ave, Weymouth, MA 02188, USA,
+17813355200, FAX:+17813354253,
info@electroswitch.com,
www.electroswitch.com
Designs, manufactures and markets
standard and custom-designed switches,
relays and other electrical system
products for utility, industrial and military
environments.
ELLIOTT GROUP
901 N Fourth St, Jeannette, PA 15644,
USA, +17245272811,
www.elliott-turbo.com
Designs, manufactures and services
critical rotating equipment. Supplies
and services turbomachinery for the full
spectrum of oil and gas, refning, LNG,
petrochemical and other process and
power applications.
EMBASSY GLOBAL LLC
5999 S Park Ave, Suite 144, Hamburg, NY
14075, USA, +18003096150,
info@embassyglobalpr.com,
www.embassyglobalpr.com
Offers R&D due diligence, strategic
technical marketing, business
development, website development,
white papers, webinars, technical
translation services, article/PR
development, advertising development
and rate negotiation, and high ROI leads
generation.
EMD DEUTSCHLAND GBR
Breitscheidstr 6, Kassel D-34119,
Germany, +495613105960,
FAX:+495613105969,
emd-de@emd.dk, www.emd.dk
Offers design and planning software for
wind farms and cogeneration projects.
EMGROUP BV
Handelsweg 5, Geleen 6163 AJ,
The Netherlands, +31454041617,
info@emgroup.nl, www.emgroup.nl
Offers customised combustors, dryers,
gasifcation, pyrolisys, incinerators (solids,
siquids and gasses), pulsating combustors
and RTO oxidation, cogeneration and
steam turbines.
EMPASYS
516 Rachel Dr, Franklinville, NJ 08322,
USA, +18564128056, rob@empasys.net,
www.empasys.net
Offers IT alternative energy engineering
and distributes/manufactures renewable
energy management solutions, on-site
power systems and waste-to-energy.
ENALCO BV
Honderdland 305, Maasdijk 2676 LV,
The Netherlands, +31174510155,
FAX:+31174517699, enalco@enalco.nl,
www.enalco.nl
Designs and manufactures exhaust gas
heat exchangers, silencers, valves and
chimneys for CHP installations.
ENECO SYSTEMS INC
666 Burrard St, Suite 600, Vancouver, BC
V6C 2X8, Canada, +16046494518,
eneco@eneco.ca, www.eneco.ca
Offers a turnkey CHP gasifer with digester.
Diverts 100% of waste from landflls with
95% plant effciency. Increases recycling
rates. Offers BOO, BOT or fnancing. EU
permitted. No presorting needed.
Available in 20300 tons.
ENERCON ENGINEERING
INC
1 Altorfer Ln, East Peoria, IL 61611, USA,
+13094274632, FAX:+13096943703,
ehrgott@enercon-eng.com,
www.enercon-eng.com
Manufactures energy controls for power
generation plus generator set packages.
ENERCONSULT
Avda 100, #14-63 Of 803, Ap Aereo 100
102, Bogota 10, Colombia,
+573002158765, FAX:+5716148488,
humberto.rodriguez.m@gmail.com
Consults on and develops renewable
energy projects in Latin American
countries. Offers education and training.
ENER-G COMBINED POWER
LTD
ENER-G House, Daniel Adamson Rd,
Salford M50 1DT, UK, +441617457450,
FAX:+441617457457,
chp@energ.co.uk, www.energ.co.uk/chp
Works together with businesses and
organisations to reduce their building
carbon footprint, energy consumption
and costs using the companys UK-
manufactured effcient CHP systems from
4 kW10 MW.
ENERGOTECH
Pod Kostanji 8, Ljubljana 1000, Slovenia,
+38614292030, FAX:+38614292035,
peter.novak@energotech.si,
www.energotech.gr
Offers energy consultancy, research and
development of solar thermal equipment.
ENER-G RUDOX INC
765 State Rt 17, Carlstadt, NJ 07072, USA,
+12014380111, FAX:+12014383403,
chp@energ-rudox.com,
www.energ-rudox.com
Finances, builds, owns and operates
combined heat and power projects.
Supplies CHP systems, generator sets and
engine packages. Offers natural gas and
diesel engines for CHP and emergency
power applications.
ENERGY CONCEPTS CO LLC
627 Ridgely Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401,
USA, +14102666521,
FAX:+14102666539,
enerconcep@aol.com,
www.energy-concepts.com
Designs and manufactures thermally
activated equipment producing
refrigeration, chilling, heat pumping and
power. Products include Thermosorber
thermal heat pumps, Thermocharger
turbine inlet air chillers, and Thermochiller
heat-activated refrigeration.
ENERGY INDUSTRIES LLC
2660 Waiwai Loop, Honolulu, HI 96819,
USA, +18088397300,
FAX:+18088397400,
duane.ashimine@energy-industries.com,
www.energy-industries.com
Provides a hybrid approach to review and
reduce a facilitys energy consumption,
and provides answers that review the
functional, technical, fnancial and long-
term operations of the facility.
ENERGY INSTITUTE
61 New Cavendish St, London W1G 7AR,
UK, +442074677100,
FAX:+442072551472,
info@energyinst.org, www.energyinst.org
Is the chartered professional membership
body for the global energy industry,
providing learning and networking
opportunities, professional recognition
and energy knowledge resources for
individuals and companies.
ENGINEERING SOFTWARE
PO Box 1180, Germantown, MD 20875,
USA, +13015403605,
FAX:+13015403605,
info@engineering-4e.com,
www.engineering-4e.com
Offers anywhere, anytime engineering
e-material, high-performance computing
e-solutions, continuing education and
professional development hours e-courses
and e-seminars (webinars) for energy
conversion systems.
ENGINEERSUPPLY
21430 Timberlake Rd, Unit 349, Lynchburg,
VA 24502, USA, +18005918907,
FAX:+12068884899,
customerservice@engineersupply.com,
www.engineersupply.com
ENMAS GB POWER SYSTEMS
PROJECTS LTD
V Fl, Guna Bldg Annexe, 443, Anna Salai,
Teynampet, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
600018, India, +914449019300,
FAX:+91442030423, ajithande@eepc.in,
www.enmasgb.com
Engineers, procures, and constructs
thermal power plants, and captive,
cogeneration power plants with
coal, biomass, natural gas as fuels.
Manufactures steam generators (boilers)
with fuidised combustion, pulverised coal
fring and stoker fring.
ENPRO
Kirkkonaklar Mah 232 Sok, 1/13, Cankaya,
Ankara 6400, Turkey, +903124963507,
FAX:+903124963508,
www.enproindustries.com
Manufactures and markets industrial
sealing products, seals for heavy-duty
trucking, metal polymer and flament
wound bearings, reciprocating compressor
components, and diesel and natural gas-
fred engines.
ENVIPURE PTE LTD
8 Admiralty St, 6-3 Admirax 757438,
Singapore, +6568803000,
FAX:+6568535383,
sales@envipure.com, www.envipure.com
Designs, supplies equipment and
constructs odour control systems for
sewage treatment, and sludge treatment
plants. Designs and builds plants to
produce demineralised water for power
plants and the semiconductor industry.
ENVIRONMENTAL
ALTERNATIVES INC
149 Emerald St, Suite R, Keene, NH 03431,
USA, +16033523888,
FAX:+16033523899,
rmartin@eai-inc.com, www.eai-inc.com
Offers high-pressure CO
2
and air-lance
cleaning services for HRSGs, chemical
cleaning of turbines, specialised cleaning
of catalysts and other plant components.
ENVIRONMENT ONE CORP
2773 Balltown Rd, Niskayuna, NY 12309,
USA, +15183466161,
FAX:+15183466188, eone@eone.com,
www.eone.com
Provides generator gas analysers.
E.ON MASDAR INTEGRATED
CARBON
PO Box 135067, Abu Dhabi, United Arab
Emirates, +97126537130,
FAX:+97126537160,
info@integratedcarbon.com,
www.integratedcarbon.com
Offers industrial asset owners end-to-end
waste heat recovery and cogeneration
solutions. Provides the skills and resources
necessary to develop, implement, fnance
and operate WHR and cogeneration
systems.
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EPG ENGINUITY PORTABLE
GRID
3511 Silverside Rd, Suite 105, Wilmington,
DE 19180, USA, +12056474279,
FAX:+12055903885, info@epginc.us,
www.epginc.us
ERI (ENERGY RECOVERY
INTERNATIONAL)
6940 Cornhusker Hwy, Lincoln, NE 68507,
USA, +14024342000,
FAX:+14024342064,
ebssales@cleaverbrooks.com,
www.cleaverbrooks.com
Manufactures fretube and watertube
boilers, accessories, and parts for
commercial and industrial applications.
More than 1500 authorised
representatives provide sales, service,
training, and complete aftermarket support
worldwide.
ERLPHASE POWER
TECHNOLOGIES
74 Scurfeld Blvd, Winnipeg, MB R3Y 1G4,
Canada, +12044770591,
info@erlphase.com, www.erlphase.com
Manufactures digital fault recording
systems and protective relays including
TESLA digital fault recorder the ISO-
certifed S-PRO subharmonic protection
relay.
ESCOVALE CONSULTANCY
SERVICES
1 Brightlands Rd, Reigate, Surrey RH2 0EP,
UK, +441737230820,
FAX:+441737230820,
escovale@escovale.com,
www.escovale.com
Offers worldwide consultancy and
management reports on distributed
generation and energy storage.
ESI INC OF TENNESSEE
1250 Roberts Blvd, Kennesaw, GA 30144,
USA, +17704276200,
FAX:+17704253660, info@esitenn.com,
www.esitenn.com
Designs, engineers and provides EPC
construction, specialising in production
of steam and power-fring biomass and
other renewable fuels. Capabilities include
feasibility studies through complete EPC
projects using 3-D design technology.
ESKO ENERGY SERVICES
AND COGENERATION
Dolapdere Cad 87/2, Pangalti/Sisli,
Istanbul 34007, Turkey,
+902124386388, info@eskoenergy.com,
www.eskoenergy.com
Invests, fnances and operates power
plants at customers sites for many years
and assumes all the risk of the investment.
ETUDES CHIMIQUES ET
PHYSIQUES - ECP
22 Rue Denis Papin, La Ferte St Aubin
45240, France, +33963571312,
FAX:+33238634946,
echph@wanadoo.fr, www.glidarc-tech.com
Designs biogas cleaning systems
from H
2
S and mercaptans and biogas
upgrading via its partial reforming into
hydrogen.
ETW ENERGIETECHNIK
GMBH
Ferdinand-Zeppelin-Str 19, Moers
D-47445, Germany, +49284199900,
FAX:+4928419990199,
info@etw-energie.de, www.etw-energie.de
Provides turnkey cogeneration (CHP) units
from 2002000 kW driven by gaseous
fuels, including biogas, sewage gas,
landfll gas, mine gas and natural gas.
EUROPEAN FUEL CELL
FORUM AG
Obgardihalde 2, Adligenswil-Luzern
CH 6043, Switzerland, +41445865644,
FAX:+41435080622, forum@efcf.com,
www.efcf.com
Organises globally relevant fuel cell
conferences based on facts and physics
in Lucerne, Switzerland. The SOFC
conference is held in even years, the PEFC
conference is held in odd years.
E VAN WINGEN NV
Durmakker, PO Box 27, Evergem 9940,
Belgium, +3292530800,
FAX:+3292534082, info@vanwingen.be,
www.vanwingen.be
Offers power solutions with diesel and
gas engines from emergency diesel
generators to green cogeneration projects
with natural gas, biomass and PPO.
Provides maximum energy effciency
through a combination of mini-CHP and
electrical mobility.
EVONIK FIBRES GMBH
Gewerbepark 4, Schrfing A-4861, Austria,
+4376727012891,
FAX:+43767296862,
barbara.korn@evonik.com, www.p84.com
Supplies P84 and Procon fbres for flter
fabrics in fue gas treatment systems and
provides hollow-fbre membrane modules
especially designed for gas separation
such as for biogas upgrading.
F
FAIRBANKS MORSE ENGINE
701 White Ave, Beloit, WI 53511, USA,
+18003566955, FAX:+16083640382,
www.fairbanksmorse.com
Manufactures customised medium-speed
engine systems, parts and direct service
solutions.
FCI-FLUID COMPONENTS
INTERNATIONAL
1755 La Costa Meadows Dr, San Marcos,
CA 92078, USA, +17607446950,
FAX:+17607366250,
fcimarcom@fuidcomponents.com,
www.fuidcomponents.com
Manufactures gas fowmeters and sensors
for biogas, methane and more.
FG WILSON (ENGINEERING)
LTD
1 Millennium Way, Springvale Business Pk,
Belfast, County Antrim BT12 7AL, UK,
+442890495000,
FAX:+442828261111,
patteaj@fgwilson.com, www.fgwilson.com
Designs and manufactures diesel and gas
generator sets.
FIBER SAVVY
36595 Kevin Rd, Suite 138-139, Wildomar,
CA 92595, USA, +19518015780,
FAX:+19516915072,
sales@fbersavvy.com,
www.fbersavvy.com
Supplies, distributes and sells wholesale
fbre-optic cable, network fbre patch
cables, fbre bulk cable, panels,
enclosures, media converters, switches
and other fbre equipment.
FIBOX ENCLOSURES
810 Cromwell Pk Dr, Suite R, Glen Burnie,
MD 21061, USA, +14107609696,
FAX:+14107608686,
sales@fboxusa.com, www.fboxusa.com
Manufactures nonmetallic weatherproof
enclosures Nema 4x and IP 67 for the
electrical and electronic industries. The
enclosures protect innovations globally.
FIREBAG
19 Walnut Ave, Clark, NJ 07066, USA,
+17323812255, FAX:+17323812328,
jeans@aa-fs.com, www.thefrebag.com
Offers a fusible shutoff device for natural
gas, propane and butane fre safety. Is
used throughout the world to protect
homes and industry.
FLAKTWOODS
1701 Terminal Rd, Suite B, Niles, MI 49120,
USA, +17168450500,
FAX:+17168455055,
jim.t.greenzweig@faktwoods.com,
www.faktwoods.com
Specialises in new centrifugal and axial
fans, retrofts, repairs, and service for main
service fans and other process fans for
utility applications.
FLENDER-GRAFFENSTADEN
1 Rue du Vieux Moulin,
Illkirch-Graffenstaden, Alsace 67400,
France, +33388676000,
FAX:+33388670617,
saubry@fender-graff.com,
www.fender-graff.com
Offers high-speed gears for
turbomachinery applications.
FLEXITALLIC LTD
Scandinavia Mill, Hunsworth Ln,
Cleckheaton BD19 4LN, UK,
+441274851273,
FAX:+441274300303,
kpayne@fexitallic.eu, www.fexitallic.eu
Manufactures and supplies high-quality,
high-value industrial static sealing
products, delivering industrial gaskets on
a global scale.
FLOWSERVE CORP
1900 S Saunders St, Raleigh, NC 27603,
USA, +19198320525,
FAX:+19198313369,
powervalves@fowserve.com,
www.fowserve.com
Offers control valves, pneumatic actuators,
electric actuators, gate valves, globe
valves and check valves.
FLSMIDTH PFISTER GMBH
Staetzlinger Str 70, Augsburg D-86165,
Germany, +498217949280,
FAX:+498217949270,
sales@fsmidthpfster.com,
www.fsmidthpfster.com
Specialises in weighing and dosing
technologies.
FORECAST INTERNATIONAL
22 Commerce Rd, Newtown, CT 06470,
USA, +12034260800,
sales@forecast1.com,
www.forecastinternational.com
Offers the world I&M turbine forecast.
FOZMULA LTD
Griffths House, Hermes Close, Tachbrook
Pk, Warwick CV34 6UF, UK,
+441926466700,
FAX:+441926450473,
sales@fozmula.com, www.fozmula.com
Designs and manufactures a wide
range of liquid level switches, sensors,
gauges and controls for diesel engines
and generator sets. Also manufactures
temperature and pressure sensors and
switches.
FRAKO CAPACITORS
W62 N248 Washington Ave, Suite 208,
Cedarburg, WI 53012, USA,
+12626182403, FAX:+12626182303,
info@alliedindustrialmarketing.com,
www.alliedindustrialmarketing.com
FRANCO TOSI MECCANICA
SPA
Piazza Monumento 12, Legnano 20025,
Italy, +390331522111,
FAX:+390331522002,
marino.dotto@francotosimeccanica.it,
www.francotosimeccanica.it
Provides plants and systems for energy
generation, conversion, utilisation and
recovery.
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FRANK W MURPHY LTD
Swichgage House, Church Rd, Laverstock,
Salisbury SP1 1QZ, UK, +441722410055,
FAX:+441722410088,
sales@fwmurphy.co.uk,
www.fwmurphy.co.uk
Manufactures display, instrument, control
and emission compliance systems for
industrial diesel or gas engines and
gensets.
FRIENDS OF THE EARTH
26-28 Underwood St, London N1 7JQ, UK,
+442074901555,
FAX:+442074900881, info@foe.co.uk,
www.foe.co.uk
Campaigns on local, national and
international environmental issues,
including energy.
G
GAMATRONIC
15 Chester Rd, Colmworth Business Pk,
Eaton Socon, Cambridgeshire PE19 8YT,
UK, +441480479889,
FAX:+441480407865,
sales@gamatronic.co.uk,
www.gamatronic.co.uk
Produces UPS systems, DC to AC inverters
and power supplies for the telecom
market.
G+H SCHALLSCHUTZ GMBH
PO Box 21 05 30, Ludwisghafen 67059,
Germany, +49621502288,
FAX:+49621502330,
peter.schubert@guh-gruppe.de,
www.guh-schallschultz.de
Designs, manufactures and erects noise
control solutions for gas turbines.
G&W ELECTRIC CO
305 W Crossroads Pkwy, Bolingbrook, IL
60440, USA, +17083885010,
FAX:+17083880755,
larends@gwelec.com, www.gwelec.com
Supplies custom power solutions
including distribution automation,
switchgear, reclosers, fault protectors and
cable terminations and joints. ISO certifed
and offers global service.
GAS COMPRESSORS LTD
Titheward House, Three Elm Ln,
Golden Green, Tonbridge TN11 0BN, UK,
+441622871500,
FAX:+441622872650,
info@gascompressors.co.uk,
www.gascompressors.co.uk
Manufactures gas compressor, blower and
booster packages.
GASTURBINESUPPORT
Hansastr 18, Garbsen 30823, Germany,
+4951378259841,
FAX:+4951378259842,
gtsupport@t-online.de,
www.gasturbinesupport.de
Offers compressor cleaning systems/
chemicals, spare parts, air intake flters,
fabric, metal, and rubber expansion joints,
bag flters and support cages.
GC3 SPECIALTY CHEMICALS
INC
733 Heights Blvd, Houston, TX 77007, USA,
+17138021761, FAX:+17138690680,
www.gc3.com
GE
Holsterfeld 16, Salzbergen 48499,
Germany, +4959719801756,
FAX:+4959719802756,
frank.hoersting@ge.com,
www.ge-energy.com
Provides fuel fexibility, high-exhaust
energy-to-power ratio, exhaust
temperature, and reliability to make the
companys gas turbines an excellent ft for
industrial and refnery cogeneration.
GEA FILTRI GASPARINI
ASSOCIATES
Via Degli Artigiani 14, Brugherio, (MB)
20047, Italy, +390392876145,
FAX:+390392878322,
gasparini@geafltri.com, www.geafltri.com
Develops and manufactures high-quality
air flter elements for many different
industrial dedusting applications, using
specifc media and components to
meet the requirements of todays plant
necessities. Founded in 1986.
GE ENERGY MANAGEMENT
4179 Riverboat Rd, Suite 203, Taylorsville,
UT 84123, USA, +18019049520,
www.ge.com
Provides integrated hydro and electrical
products, services, parts and solutions in
all areas of the energy industry.
GELDMANN TECHNOLOGY
PTE LTD
10 Anson Rd, 18-17 International Plaza,
Singapore, +6563386397,
FAX:+6563386311,
sean@geldmann.com.sg,
www.geldmann.com.sg
Sells and services automation parts,
frequency inverters, DC drives, refrigerated
air dryers, absorption air dryers, and
factory automation projects. Custom
builds machines and provides engineering
services.
GEOSPEC ENTERPRISES
4285 Sector 23 A, Near ITM College,
Gurgaon, Haryana 122017, India,
+919971459950,
FAX:+911244278542, info@geospec.in,
www.geospec.in
Provides turnkey solutions in lighting and
renewable energy solutions. Offers solar
and wind energy solutions.
GE POWER & WATER - AIR
FILTRATION
8800 E 63rd St, Kansas City, MO 64133,
USA, +18163568400, fltration@ge.com,
www.ge-energy.com/fltration
Helps improve the long-term performance
of gas turbines through fltration systems,
services and parts. Leverages the
knowledge of GEs dedicated advisors
tailored to customers equipment,
applications and environment.
PT GERBANG MULTINDO
NUSANTARA
Jl Sapta Taruna Raya 16, Jakarta, DKI
12310, Indonesia, +62217651824,
FAX:+622175912023,
gmn@indo.net.id,
www.gerbangmultindo.co.id
Delivers and installs photovoltaic,
solarthermic and wind energy systems.
GET ENERGY GERHARD
BRANDEL MA
Forstweg 1, Dietzenbach 63128, Germany,
+4960749197407,
FAX:+4960749197408,
info@get-energy.net, www.get-energy.net
Provides English-German energy industry
translations.
GIA KHUONG CO LTD
220/81 Le Van Sy Street, District 3,
Ho Chi Minh City 70000, Vietnam,
+84835174304, FAX:+84835172393,
neal@giakhuong.vn
Sell and installs cogeneration equipment.
GIBRALTAR CHIMNEY
INTERNATIONAL
92 Cooper Ave, Tonawanda, NY 14150,
USA, +17168769195,
FAX:+17168769141,
bnolan@gibraltarchimney.com,
www.gibraltarchimney.com
Provides chimney and stack erection,
maintenance, inspection and repair
services.
GICOM BV
Oogstweg 9, Biddinghuizen 8256 SB,
The Netherlands, +31321332682,
FAX:+31321332784, info@gicom.nl,
www.gicom.nl
Designs, builds and commissions
facilities for biological drying of MSW and
composting of biowaste and sludge.
GLOBAL EMISSIONS
SYSTEMS INC
1700 McEwen Dr, Unit 1, Whitby, ON
L1N 0A2, Canada, +19054339640,
FAX:+19054338773, giarosz@gesi.us,
www.gesi.us
GLOBAL MONITORING
491 Baltimore Pike, #421, Springfeld, PA
19064, USA, +16106040760,
contactus@globalmonitoring.com,
www.globalmonitoring.com
Supplies industrial-grade remote
monitoring and control systems used in
machine condition monitoring, predictive
maintenance, vendor managed inventory,
building automation, and energy
management.
GLOBAL POWER PLANT
SERVICES
242 Astor St, Newark, NJ 07114, USA,
+19733277777, FAX:+19734129666,
info@globalpps.net,
www.globalpowerplant.com
Manufactures and rebuilds control valve
components.
GLOBAL TRAINING
SOLUTIONS INC
3163 Winston Churchill Blvd,
PO Box 26067, Mississauga, ON L5L 5W7,
Canada, +14168065777,
info@globaltrainingsolutions.ca,
www.globaltrainingsolutions.ca
Provides e-learning, CBT and classroom
training programmes. Topics include
NERC compliance, NERC CIP, health,
safety and environment, T&D, electrical,
coal handling, heat rate, gas turbines,
wastewater, security and water treatment.
GLOVE SPECIALTIES INC
363 W Glenside Ave, Glenside, PA 19038,
USA, +18002230573,
FAX:+12158859250,
sales@glovespecialties.com,
www.glovespecialties.com
GOLDEN EAGLE
TECHNOLOGIES LLC
14280 W 50th Pl, Golden, CO 80403, USA,
+13032789268,
gregblack@goldeneagletechnologies.com,
www.goldeneagletechnologies.com
Provides dry bulk material handling and
air pollution control equipment including
dust collectors, wet scrubbers, stack gas
monitoring, dry bulk feeding, storage and
metering and duct system design and
supply.
GOLDER ASSOCIATES INC
5100 W Lemon Str, Suite 208, Tampa, FL
33609, USA, +18132871717,
kkemp@golder.com, www.golder.com
Operates as a global, employee-owned
organisation providing independent
consulting, design, and construction
services related to the specialist areas of
earth, environment, and energy.
GOM GMBH
Mittelweg 7-8, Braunschweig 38106,
Germany, +49531390290,
FAX:+495313902915, info@gom.com,
www.gom.com
Develops and distributes optical
measuring systems.
GRIDPLEX NETWORKS
7000 Terminal Sq, Upper Darby, PA 19082,
USA, +16107341236,
chairman.gridplex@gmail.com,
www.gridplexnetworks.com
Offers fully-integrated adaptive energy
management and automation systems
to combine and optimise electricity
generation and usage with on-site
microgrids, local demand control,
advanced lighting systems and grid-based
power.
GSE SYSTEMS INC
1332 Londontown Blvd, Sykesville, MD
21784, USA, +14109707800,
FAX:+14109707995, info@gses.com,
www.gses.com
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HAMON DELTAK INC
13330 12th Ave N, Plymouth, MN 55441,
USA, +17635577440,
FAX:+17635574700,
info.hd@hamonusa.com,
www.hamonusa.com
Excels in the engineering and
manufacture of technically-challenging
combustion turbine heat recovery steam
generators for power and cogeneration,
and waste heat boilers for process
applications worldwide.
HANS VON MANGOLDT
REACTORS
W62 N248 Washington Ave, Suite 208,
Cedarburg, WI 53012, USA,
+12626182403, FAX:+12626182303,
jahoudek@alliedindustrialmarketing.
com, www.mangoldt.com
Supplies iron core reactors for reactive
power compensation, harmonic
flters, power inverter and motor drive
applications as well as for other power
quality solutions.
HARCO
186 Cedar St, Branford, CT 06405, USA,
+12034833757, FAX:+12034830391,
rhoyt@harcolabs.com,
www.harcolabs.com
Supplies custom-designed temperature
sensors, cable assemblies and advanced
components.
HARRIS GROUP INC
1999 Broadway, Suite 1500, Denver, CO
80202, USA, +13032910355,
FAX:+13032910136,
energysolutions@harrisgroup.com,
www.harrisgroup.com
Offers multidiscipline engineering design
and consulting services.
HC CONTROLS INC
3271 Pleasant Ter, Crestview, FL 32539,
USA, +18503982188,
FAX:+18503984030,
sales@hccontrols.com,
www.hccontrols.com
Distributes CEC vibration products in the
Southeast US. Supplies products, design,
installation and support services.
HCT CONTROL
TECHNOLOGY
130 Gedney Rd, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648,
USA, +18887272959,
info@hvaccontoltechnology.com,
www.hvaccontroltechnology.com
HEGER PUMPS INC -
DRAGFLOW
4141 Linden Ave, Long Beach, CA 90807,
USA, +15629895432,
FAX:+15629892031,
info@dragfow.com, www.dragfow.com
HELIEX POWER LTD
Kelvin Bldg, Bramah Ave, Scottish
Enterprise Technology Pk, East Kilbride
G75 0RD, UK, +441355233127,
info@heliexpower.com,
www.heliexpower.com
Provides steam screw expanders and
applications in the recovery of energy
from industrial processes.
HELMICK CORP
998 Minor Ave, Fairmont, WV 26555-0071,
USA, +13043663520,
FAX:+13043668923,
custserv@helmickcorp.com,
www.helmickcorp.com
Manufactures boiler tube shields.
HITECH CONTROL SYSTEMS
INC
825 Ontario Rd, Green Bay, WI
54311-8017, USA, +19204654600,
FAX:+19204654601,
hitech@hitech-inc.com,
www.hitech-inc.com
Specialises in engineering services,
control systems integration, custom
automation machine design/build and
panel assembly.
HITEC SENSOR SOLUTIONS
INC
537 Great Rd, Littleton, MA 01460, USA,
+19787429032, FAX:+19787429033,
sales@hitecorp.com, www.hitecorp.com
Provides strain gage instrumentation
services for turbomachinery stress
analysis projects and extreme
environment strain gaging experts.
HL INSULATION LTD
Vehmaistenkatu 7, Tampere 33100,
Finland, +35833775300,
FAX:+35833640510,
hl@hlinsulation.com,
www.hlinsulation.com
HOFFMANN INC
6001 49th St S, Muscatine, IA 52761, USA,
+15632634733, FAX:+15632630919,
sales@hoffmanninc.com,
www.hoffmanninc.com
Designs/constructs reinforced concrete
silos and chimneys, utilising jumpform/
slipform techniques. Steel stacks are made
of A36, cor-ten, stainless steel, single
or dual wall. Offers complete in-house
design, engineering and fabrication.
HOTSTART INC
5723 E Alki Ave, Spokane, WA 99212, USA,
+15095368660, FAX:+15095344216,
sales@hotstart.com, www.hotstart.com
Designs and manufactures engine
preheaters that improve the reliability of
generators and other industrial engines.
Heaters provide easy starts, immediate full
power, reduced emissions and reduced
fuel consumption.
HSI
7901 Hanson Rd, Houston, TX 77061, USA,
+17139471623, sales@hsiblowers.com,
www.hsi.blowers.com
Overhauls and provides parts and service
for blowers and compressors.
HURST BOILER & WELDING
CO INC
100 Boilermaker Ln, PO Box 530, Coolidge,
GA 31738-0530, USA, +12293463545,
FAX:+12293463874,
info@hurstboiler.com,
www.hurstboiler.com
Provides biomass steam boilers, hot
water boilers and direct-fred STAG
units for alternative solid fuel systems.
Manufactures engineered packaged
boilers and systems, biomass boiler
systems, and integrated automated PLC
controls.
I
IAC ACOUSTICS
Harry Weston Rd, Coventry CV3 2TX, UK,
+442476430160,
malcolm.hewitt@iac-acoustics.com,
www.iac-acoustics.com
Supplies noise and acoustic control
products, structures, test facilities, and
aeroengine testing solutions worldwide.
ICF INTERNATIONAL
9300 Lee Hwy, Fairfax, VA 22031-1207,
USA, +12028622982,
FAX:+17039343740, info@icf.com,
www.icf.com
Provides analysis, advisory services and
implementation tools to the energy sector.
IDE TECHNOLOGIES LTD
Hamatechet St, Hasharon Industrial Pk,
Kadima 60920, Israel, +97298929777,
FAX:+97298929715,
ide@netvision.net.il, www.ide-tech.com
Develops, designs and installs state-of-the-
art desalination technologies.
ILTEKNO
Dolapdere Cad 127, Pangalti sisli, Istanbul
34375, Turkey, +902122967740,
FAX:+902122303871,
info@iltekno.com, www.iltekno.com
Offers EPC contracting of natural/non-
natural gas or HFO-fred cogeneration,
trigeneration and IPPs. All after sales work,
commissioning, installation and O&M in
Turkey, Iraq and Egypt. 1355 MW reference
in 112 completed projects.
INDECK POWER EQUIPMENT
CO
1111 S Willis Ave, Wheeling, IL 60090,
USA, +18475418300,
FAX:+18475419984,
info@indeck-power.com, www.indeck.com
Manufactures a complete line of industrial
watertube shop-assembled packaged
boilers and feld-erected boilers. Also
supplies rental power plant equipment for
emergencies, diesel generators, chillers
and auxiliaries.
INDUPROJ
Imm 82 Lot Wafa, Mohammedia 28810,
Morocco, +212523326354,
FAX:+212523326354,
induproj@induproj.com,
www.induproj.com
Specialises in engineering and
construction of industrial facilities.
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
CONSULTANTS INC
2969 Hwy 11, Pelham, AL 35124, USA,
+12056634960, contact@itctrng.com,
www.itctrng.com
Develops customised, site- or
equipment-specifc training programmes
for operations, maintenance, and
safety. Generic programmes include
maintenance, preventive maintenance,
safety, cogeneration and power industry-
specifc. Various media. Over 25 years of
experience.
INFOR
641 Ave of the Americas, New York, NY
10011, USA, +16783198000,
FAX:+16783198682, sales@infor.com,
www.infor.com
Provides enterprise applications and
services, helping 70,000 customers in
194 countries improve operations, drive
growth, and quickly adapt to changes in
business demands.
INFOSIGHT CORP
20700 US Hwy 23, PO Box 5000,
Chillicothe, OH 45601, USA,
+17406423600, FAX:+17406425001,
sales@infosight.com, www.infosight.com
Eliminates errors and guesswork in
choosing which valve, pump, motor,
assembly or controller is needed with
metal tags with man readable information
and a barcode.
INGENIERA Y PROYECTOS
DE SISTEMAS ENERGTICOS
SA DE CV - IPSE
San Borja No 1358, Col Vertiz Narvarte, CP,
Delegacion Benito Juarez, Mxico City
03600, Mexico, +525553350782,
FAX:+525555597395,
hromero@ipseenergia.com,
www.ipseenergia.com
Consults on renewable and conventional
energy supply, energy savings projects,
and photovoltaic grid-connected projects.
INGERSOLL RAND
800A Beaty St, Davidson, NC 28036, USA,
+18004776937, FAX:+17048964327,
irws4u@irco.com,
www.ingersollrandproducts.com
Manufactures complete microturbine
based cogeneration packages.
INOV8
42 Butler St, Elizabeth, NJ 07206, USA,
+17183730017, FAX:+17185047771,
mb@inov82007.com,
www.enlightenedutility.com
Evaluates and installs CHP plants.
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IN-PLACE MACHINING CO
INC
3811 N Holton St, Milwaukee, WI 53212,
USA, +14145622000,
FAX:+14145622932,
help@inplace.com, www.inplace.com
INTEGRATED CHP SYSTEMS
CORP
68 Bayberry Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540, USA,
+16094662200, gearoid@ichps.com,
www.ichps.com
Performs Level I and Level II CHP studies,
CHP and thermal plant design, rebate,
grant and permit applications as well as
technology development assistance and
market studies.
INTERCON ENTERPRISES INC
1125 Fir Ave, Blaine, WA 98230, USA,
+18006656655, FAX:+16049465340,
sales@intercononline.com,
www.intercononline.com
Manufactures and disributes pipe weld
purging systems including interpurge
lines, purge dams, purge monitors,
dissolving paper and accessories for
stainless/titanium pipe and tube welding
industries.
INTERDEVELOPMENT INC
1629 K St NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC
20006, USA, +12025081459,
FAX:+12023313759,
interdevelopment@starpower.net,
www.interdevelopment.com
Offers solutions for equipment fnancing/
leasing and complete projects. The
preferred range is $500,000$7 million
while $100,000$30 million are workable
options.
INTERENERGY SRL
Via Boito 102, Borgo S. Martino, Rome,
(RM) 00050, Italy, +390699206927,
FAX:+390699206927,
info@interenergy.it, www.interenergy.it
Specialises in sustainable energy,
renewables, distributed generation, CHP
and trigeneration, rural electrifcation,
effciency, rational use of energy, energy
storage, smart grids, hydrogen, electrical
vehicles, investment evaluation, auditing
and consulting.
INTERLINK POWER SYSTEMS
147 Pirie St, Adelaide 5000, Australia,
+61872003285, info@interlinkps.com.au,
www.interlinkps.com
Builds, operates, maintains and upgrades
power plants, refurbishes gas turbines
packages and plants, offers project
engineering for turnkey plants, installs
and maintains gas turbine power and
mechanical process plants.
INTERLINK POWER SYSTEMS
648 Tarrytown Rd, Suite 1270,
White Plains, NY 10607,
USA, +19145095802,
america@interlinkps.com,
www.interlinkps.com
INTERNATIONAL CHIMNEY
CORP
55 Long St, Buffalo, NY 14221, USA,
+18008281446, FAX:+17166343983,
gms@internationalchimney.com,
www.internationalchimney.com
Designs, constructs, inspects, repairs and
demolishes industrial chimneys and steel
stacks.
INTERNATIONAL ENERGY
SYSTEMS (1983) LTD - IESL
1387 Haywood Ave, West Vancouver, BC
V7T 1V4, Canada, +16049136618,
FAX:+16049136631, ies@iesl.com,
www.iesl.com
Supplies gas turbine and steam turbine
gensets from 500 kW to 20 MW.
INTERNATIONAL GENERATOR
TECHNICAL COMMUNITY
PO Box 370, Columbus, OH 43216, USA,
webmaster@generatortechnicalforum.
org, www.generatortechnicalforum.org
Hosts worldwide, on-line, members-only
technical forums for qualifying power
plant management, engineers and
academics responsible for the design,
service, maintenance and reliability of
electric generators and other power plant
equipment.
INTERNATIONAL POWER
MACHINERY CO
50 Public Sq, Terminal Tower, Suite 834,
Cleveland, OH 44113, USA,
+12166219514, FAX:+12166219515,
kernx06@sbcglobal.net, www.intlpwr.com
Procures and sells generators, turbines,
engines, transformers, boilers and more.
IRT INTEGRATED RECTIFIER
TECHNOLOGIES INC
15360-116th Ave, Edmonton, AB T5M 3Z6,
Canada, +17804471114,
FAX:+17804540004,
sales@irtrectifer.com, www.irtrectifer.com
Designs, manufactures and supplies
rectifers/control panels for cathodic
protection of metal structures.
ITH ENGINEERING INC
5000 Prime Pkwy, McHenry, IL 60050, USA,
+18153634900, FAX:+18153634902,
info@itheng.com, www.ith.com
Manufactures bolt tensioning cylinders,
hydraulic torque wrenches, hydraulic
pumps, torque multipliers (electric,
pneumatic, and manual) and large
diameter bolts, studs, nuts and washers.
J
JAMES TROOP & CO LTD
4 Davy Rd, Astmoor Industrial Estate,
Runcorn, Cheshire WA7 1PZ, UK,
+441928566170,
FAX:+441928577314,
sales@jamestroop.co.uk,
www.jamestroop.co.uk
Provides diesel, gas and dual fuel engines.
JDMT INC
PO Box 7751, Auburn, CA 95604, USA,
+15308237300, mtheroux@jdmt.net,
www.jdmt.net
Provides an on-line industrial advocacy
web service focused on matters of waste
conversion to energy, fuels and other
commodities.
JEBSEN & JESSEN
TECHNOLOGY (M) SDN BHD
16 Jalan 51A/225, Petaling Jaya Selangor,
Selangor 46100, Malaysia,
+60378616688, FAX:+60378616699,
saleshp_jjtm@jjsea.com,
www.technology.jjsea.com
Provides complete turnkey steam turbine
island solutions in thermal and power
generation systems up to 75 MW.
JEFFREY RADER
215 Pkwy E, Suite A, Duncan, SC 29334,
USA, +18644767523,
FAX:+18644767510,
sales@jeffreyrader.com,
www.terrasource.com
Manufactures size reduction, screening,
pneumatic, vibratory feeders, storage and
reclaiming equipment.
JOHN CRANE
6400 W Oakton St, Morton Grove, IL
60053, USA, +18479672400,
FAX:+18479673915,
makraus@johncrane.com,
www.johncrane.com
Designs and manufactures mechanical
seals, packing, couplings, bearings and
fltration systems with over 7500 people in
50 countries.
JOHN R ROBINSON INC
38-05 30th St, Long Island City, NY 11101,
USA, +17187866088,
FAX:+17187866090,
jrrinc@earthlink.net,
www.johnrrobinsoninc.com
Offers tube cleaning guns, brushes, balls,
pigs, rotary cleaning machines, brushes,
shafts and foam and vacuum leak
detectors. Provides expandable, tapered,
and two-piece tube plugs, and inserts,
expanders, and cutters.
JOHNSON MATTHEY
900 Forge Ave, Suite 100, Audubon, PA
19403, USA, +14843202116,
FAX:+14843202152, info@jmsec.com,
www.jmsec.com
Provides SCR and oxidation catalysts,
catalytic converters/silencers and diesel
particulate flters to reduce NOx, CO,
VOC, HAPs and PM from gas and diesel
engines, gas turbines and industrial
processes.
JOHNSTON BOILER CO
300 Pine St, PO Box 300, Ferrysburg, MI
49409-0300, USA, +16168425050,
FAX:+16168421854,
info@johnstonboiler.com,
www.johnstonboiler.com
Manufactures the Scotch marine fretube
boiler.
JONAS INC
4313 Nebraska Ct, Pomfret, MD 20675,
USA, +13019345605,
FAX:+13019345606,
jonasinc@steamcycle.com,
www.steamcycle.com
Provides engineering and consulting with
expertise in sampling and instrumentation,
water and steam chemistry, corrosion, and
failure analysis for turbines, boilers, and
piping in utility and industrial systems.
JUSTSEN ENERGITEKNIK A/S
Grimhojvej 11, Brabrand DK-8220,
Denmark, +4586260500,
FAX:+4586260284,
justsen@justsen.dk, www.justsen.dk
Offers boiler systems for wood waste,
biomass and sorted waste.
K
KANSAS CITY DEAERATOR
6731 W 121st St, Overland Park, KS
66209, USA, +19133382111,
FAX:+19133382144,
info@deaerator.com, www.deaerator.com
Supplies deaerators in power generation,
industrial and commercial applications
worldwide and continues to represent
the best of the industrys knowledge,
technology and service.
KANTOR MANAGEMENT
CONSULTANTS SA
1 Vissarionos and Omirou St, Athens
10672, Greece, +302107297500,
FAX:+302107249528,
central@kantor-group.eu,
www.kantor-group.eu
Offers energy consulting with experience
in Greece, CIS, CEE and more.
KELCROFT E&M LTD
518, 5/F, Hope Sea Industrial Centre,
26 Lam Hing St, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon,
Hong Kong, +85223359830,
FAX:+85223359862,
info@kelcroft.com.hk, www.kelcroft.com.hk
Provides solution-focused energy, and
cogen design consultancy in Asia.
KINGSBURY INC
10385 Drummond Rd, Philadelphia, PA
19154, USA, +12158244000,
FAX:+12158244999,
sales@kingsbury.com, www.kingsbury.com
Designs, manufactures and services fuid
flm thrust and journal bearings for power
generation, petrochemical refneries,
marine propulsion equipment and major
industrial operations the world over.
KINGZEN INTERNATIONAL
CORP
201 Senja Bldg, E Raya, Mercedes Ave,
Pasig City, Philippines, +6326546601,
alexldl007@yahoo.com
Sells power equipment.
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KINSLEY ENERGY SYSTEMS
14 Conneticut S Dr, East Granby, CT
06026, USA, +18608446100,
FAX:+18608446136,
www.kinsleyenergy.com
Provides CHP solutions for the New
England, Mid-Atlantic states and portions
of the Midwest and South Atlantic regions
in the US.
KINSLEY POWER SYSTEMS
14 Connecticut S Dr, East Granby, CT
06026, USA, +18002553503,
FAX:+18608446136,
info@kinsley-group.com,
www.kinsley-group.com
Provides sales, service and rental of power
generators. Distributes Kohler generators
in the Northeast. Founded in 1964.
KNIGHTHAWK ENGINEERING
INC
17625 El Camino Real, Suite 412,
Houston, TX 77058, USA,
+12812829200, FAX:+12812829333,
jsalter@knighthawk.com,
www.knighthawk.com
Designs, offers failure analysis and
troubleshoots static and rotating
machinery. Team is available 24/7
to respond to critical failures and
emergencies. Has a metallurgical and
metrology lab.
KRAFT POWER CORP
241 W Pkwy, Pompton Plains, NJ 07444,
USA, +19734186239,
aescobar@kraftpower.com,
www.kraftpower.com
Offers power solutions and is a provider
for generators and generator power
systems, diesel and gas engines,
residential, marine and CHP/cogeneration
applications, as well as parts and
accessories.
KRAL AG
Bildgasse 40, Industrie Nord, Lustenau
6890, Austria, +435577866440,
j.coric@kral.at, www.kral.at
Manufactures high-quality displacement
pumps and fowmeters for liquids.
K-SUN CORP
370 SMC Dr, PO Box 309, Somerset, WI
54025, USA, +17152474440,
FAX:+17152474003, info@ksun.com,
www.ksun.com
Manufactures labelling, marking, signage
and industrial identifcation solutions
and systems, offering electronic labelling
machines, safety sign software and
supplies for industries around the world.
KULITE SEMICONDUCTOR
PRODUCTS INC
1 Willow Tree Rd, Leonia, NJ 07605, USA,
+12014610900, FAX:+12014610990,
info-kulite@kulite.com, www.kulite.com
Offers transducers for seismic exploration
systems, well-head controls, product
separation and transmission systems.
KYOTO ENERGY PTE LTD
80 Raffes Pl, UOB Plaza 1, Level 36-01,
048624, Singapore, +6562484728,
FAX:+6562484531,
michel.buron@kyotoenergy.net,
www.kyotoenergy.net
Offers climate change and sustainability
services.
L
L-3 MAPPS
8565 Cote-de-Liesse, Montreal, QC
H9B 2N8, Canada, +15147875000,
FAX:+15147881442,
power.mapps@l-3com.com,
www.mapps.l-3com.com
Delivers a simulator solution that best
suits customers training or engineering
needs, whether it is nuclear, fossil or
natural gas fred.
LAI INTERNATIONAL INC
708 W 22nd St, Tempe, AZ 85282, USA,
+14809686228, FAX:+14809686398,
info@laico.com, www.laico.com
Fabricates precision components
and fnished assemblies in fve US
manufacturing facilities. IS0 9001:2008,
AS9100, and Nadcap certifed. Offers
advanced laser, waterjet, EDM, welding,
fve-axis grinding and high-speed CNC
machining.
LANCO WIND POWER PVT
LTD
Lanco House, Plot 4, Software Units Layout,
Hitec City, Madhapur, Hyderabad
500 081, India, +914040090400,
FAX:+914023111106,
enquires-wind@lancogroup.com,
www.lancogroup.com/wind
Specialises in activities in power
generation including engineering,
construction and manufacturing.
LB SERVICES LLC
4524 Lake Vista Dr, Metairie, LA 70006,
USA, +15048883185,
louis@lbservices.net, www.lbservices.net
Provides professional-grade energy, power
and utility consulting services, including
CHP, renewable energy options, energy
auditing and upgrades, and site energy
and sustainability strategies.
LENOX INSTRUMENT CO
265 Andrews Rd, Trevose, PA 19053, USA,
+12153229990, FAX:+12153226126,
sales@lenoxinst.com, www.lenoxinst.com
Manufactures boiler cameras, borescopes
and videoscopes.
LEON HEIMER S/A
BR 101 Norte, Km 53 - Dist Industrial,
Paulista, Pernambuco, Brazil,
+8133728862, FAX:+8133728862,
geradores@heimer.com.br,
www.heimer.com.br
Produces gensets by diesel, natural gas
and ethanol, alternators, motors, control
panels, pumps and welding groups.
Manufacturing base is Pernambuco.
Established in 1940.
LEROY SOMER
Sillac, Blvd Marcellin Leroy, Angouleme
16015, France, +33545644564,
FAX:+33545644364,
serge.plat@emerson.com,
www.leroy-somer.com
Manufactures AC generators from 1 kW to
25 MW, 2 to 18 pole.
LESLIE CONTROLS INC
12501 Telecom Dr, Tampa, FL 33637, USA,
+18139781000, FAX:+18139773314,
tware@lesliecontrols.com,
www.lesliecontrols.com
Offers control valves, solenoid valves,
steam conditioning valves and
instrumentation.
LEVELESE INC
326 Steele St, Denver, CO 80206, USA,
+13035861425, info@levelese.com,
www.levelese.com
Offers diesel engine tank monitors and
overfll alarms, product and process tank
gauges and level monitors and point level
sensors.
LIBURDI TURBINE SERVICES
INC
400 Hwy 6 N, Dundas, ON L9H 7K4,
Canada, +19056890734,
FAX:+19056890739,
lcooke@liburdi.com, www.liburdi.com
Offers analysis and refurbishment of aero
and industrial gas turbine components.
LINK TOOLS INTERNATIONAL
(USA) INC
2440 Lakeview Ave, Chicago, IL 60614,
USA, +18884334234,
info@linktools.com, www.linktools.com
Offers mechanic hand tools that
automatically lock at every connection,
eliminating dropped tools. Third-party
tested to improve productivity, increase
safety, reduce damage to costly
equipment. Works with existing tools.
LITHFIRE-X LLC
440 Burroughs, Detroit, MI 48202, USA,
+13134444849, lithfrex@gmail.com,
www.lithfre-x.com
Provides unique fre suppression
technologies focusing on lithium
technologies. The (SCIC) programme
consists of suppression, cooling, isolation
and containment and is the most effective
method of dealing with lithium incidents.
LITHUANIAN ENERGY
INSTITUTE - LEI
Breslaujos g 3, Kaunas LT-44403,
Lithuania, +37037401832,
FAX:+37037351271,
rolandas@mail.lei.lt, www.lei.lt
Provides information for decision makers
on energy policy and economics.
LUDECA INC
1425 NW 88th Ave, Doral, FL 33172, USA,
+13055918935, FAX:+13055911537,
info@ludeca.com, www.ludeca.com
Offers maintenance solutions such as
machinery alignment, vibration analysis
and balancing.
LUMASTROBE WARNING
LIGHTS
33 Greenwood Ave, Midland Park, NJ
07432, USA, +12014447041,
FAX:+12014458575,
info@lumastrobe.com,
www.lumastrobe.com
Develops portable, battery and solar
powered warning lights including traffc
batons, xenon strobes and fashers and
vehicle powered emergency lights.
M
MACRO SENSORS
7300 US Rt 130 N, Pennsauken, NJ
08110, USA, +18566628000,
FAX:+18563171005,
positionsensors@macrosensors.com,
www.macrosensors.com
MAGALDI POWER SPA
Via Irno, 219, Salerno 84135, Italy,
+39089489111, FAX:+39089274431,
patrizia.gavarretti@magaldi.com,
www.magaldi.com
Specialises in dependable and
environmentally friendly bulk materials
handling. Pioneers solutions for
demanding problems in power plants and
more. Founded in 1929.
MAG-TRAN
2108 Seaman Ave, South El Monte, CA
91733, USA, +16265757806,
FAX:+16265758052,
sales@mag-tran.com, www.mag-tran.com
Manufactures engineered dry-type
transformers, inductors and related
magnetics.
MAHAVIR SHREE
INTERNATIONAL PVT LTD
4th Fl Saumil Complex, Baburam Acharaya
Sadak, Sinamangal, GPO Box 410,
Kathmandu, Nepal, +97714110860,
FAX:+97714110855, info@msi.com.np,
www.msi.com.np
Offers engineered solutions for electro-
mechanical, on-site and logistics support.
Provides liasions and preorder and
execution support.
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MAN DIESEL & TURBO SE
Stadtbachstr 1, Augsburg D-86153,
Germany, +498213220,
FAX:+498213223382,
turbomachinery@mandieselturbo.com,
www.mandieselturbo.com
Provides large-bore diesel engines and
turbomachinery for marine and stationary
applications. Based in Augsburg, Germany.
MANENS-TIFS SPA
Via Campofore 21, Verona 37129, Italy,
+390458036100,
FAX:+390458033954,
verona@manens-tifs.it,
www.manens-tifs.com
Provides consulting engineers.
MAPRO INTERNATIONAL SPA
Via Vesuvio 2, Nova Milanese, (MB)
20834, Italy, +390362366356,
FAX:+390362450342,
mapro@maproint.com,
www.maproint.com
Produces blowers and compressors for
biogas and air.
MARELLI MOTORI SPA
Via Sabbionara, 1, Arzignano, (VI) 36071,
Italy, +390444479711,
FAX:+390444479888,
sales@marellimotori.com,
www.marellimotori.com
Designs and manufactures synchronous
and asynchcronous generators and
motors in low, medium and high-voltage,
from 10 to 9000 kVA for generators and
from 0.12 to 6400 kW for motors.
MARIOFF CORP OY
PO Box 86, Virnatie 3, Vantaa FI-01301,
Finland, +358106880 000,
FAX:+358106880 399, info@marioff.f,
www.marioff.com
Provides HI-FOG water mist systems with
a mission to protect people, property
and business from fre. HI-FOG is safe for
equipment, people, and the environment.
MATAN INTERNATIONAL
GROUP LTD
6th Fl, Horton House, Exchange Flags,
Liverpool L2 3PF, UK, +441512445439,
FAX:+441512445401,
dr.matan@matan.co.uk, www.matan.co.uk
Provides services from multidisciplined
consulting engineers (civil, mechanical,
electrical, and marine engineering),
environmental consultants, management
consultants and international procurement
consultants.
MATRIX POWER LTD
Suite 33-34, The Cadcam Centre, High
Force Rd, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire
TS2 1RH, UK, +441642210210,
FAX:+441642210209,
matrix@matrixpower.co.uk,
www.matrixpower.co.uk
Offers designs, installation, tests
and commissioning including cable
installations and cable jointing of
electrical power distribution systems
throughout the UK and overseas. All
voltages from 41533,000 volts.
MAVEN POWER
134 Vintage Pk Blvd, Suite A-101, Houston,
TX 77070, USA, +18325529225,
FAX:+18324603760,
info@mavenpower.com,
www.mavenpower.com
Supplies equipment, engineering and
services for on-site generation and
balance of plant in all international
locations. Specialises in turnkey and
complex, fast-track projects.
MC RESOURCES
34 Port Royal Ave, Lune Industrial Estate,
Lancaster LA1 5QP, UK, +441524599600,
FAX:+441524599699,
sales@mcresources.co.uk,
www.mcresources.co.uk
Manufactures thermal acoustic materials
and systems, including GTB mineral fbre.
MECC ALTE FE PTE LTD
19 Kian Teck Dr, 628836, Singapore,
+6562657122, FAX:+6562653991,
enquiry@meccalte.com.sg,
www.meccalte.com
Produces synchronous alternators.
MECHANICAL SOLUTIONS
INC - MSI
11 Apollo Dr, Whippany, NJ 07981, USA,
+19733269920, msi@mechsol.com,
www.mechsol.com
Tests and analyses all types of rotating
and recpirocating turbomachinery
including operating defection shapes,
modal impact testing, stress and modal
fnite element analysis, computational
fuid dynamics, and rotordynamic analysis.
MECOS AG
Industriestr 26, Winterthur CH-8404,
Switzerland, +41522351414,
FAX:+41522351426,
sales@mecos.com, www.mecos.com
Develops and produces magnetic bearing
systems for turbomachinery, especially in
oil and gas applications. Solves individual
technical problems by covering every
phase, from concept to serial production.
MEGGITT SENSING SYSTEMS
Rt de Moncor 4, PO Box 1616, Fribourg
1701, Switzerland, +41264071111,
FAX:+41264071301,
energy@ch.meggitt.com,
www.vibro-meter.com
Supplies advanced machinery protection
and condition monitoring systems for
power generation, including vibration and
combustion monitoring of steam and gas
turbines and generators.
METKA SA
8 Artemidos Str Maroussi, Athens
GR-15125, Greece, +302102709200,
FAX:+302102759528, info@metka.gr,
www.metka.gr
Provides engineering, procurement and
construction contracting focused on
power plants.
METROLOGIE ET GESTION
DENVIRONNEMENT - MGE
Rue Papeteries, 56b, Chaumont-Gistoux
B-1325, Belgium, +3210248075,
FAX:+3210248077, mge@skynet.be,
www.mgesolutions.com
Provides solutions, engineering,
environmental and energy consulting
METRON NAVITAS SA
91 Marathonos Ave, Pallini, Athens 15351,
Greece, +302106776060,
FAX:+302106776660,
info@metron-navitas.com,
www.metron-navitas.com
Offers renewable energy source project
procurement, design, fnancing and
development services. Incorporates wind,
photovoltaics, small hydroelectric, biomass
and combined heat and power generation
in conjunction with glass Venlo type
greenhouses.
MID AMERICA ENGINE INC
2500 State Hwy 160, Warrior, AL 35180,
USA, +12055903505,
FAX:+12055903885,
sales@maegen.com, www.maegen.com
Buys and sells all brands of new and used
diesel, natural gas and turbine generator
sets (15 kW to 15 MW). Specialises in
fast-track total power solutions worldwide.
MIDIT SRL
Via M Libert 119, Roncadelle, (BS)
25030, Italy, +390302586376,
FAX:+390307772039, info@midit.it,
www.midit.it
Offers biomass and sludge rotating driers
and mixers.
MILESTONES BUILDING AND
DESIGN
557 W Kellogg Rd, Bellingham, WA 98226,
USA, +13603663077,
FAX:+13606375077,
milestones@milestonesbd.com,
www.mbdbuildings.com
MINCO UK LTD
The White House, Mill Rd,
Goring-on-Thames RG8 9DD, UK,
+442081333916,
FAX:+442076812192, info@minco.org,
www.minco.org
Provides powerful and effective OEM-
approved cleaning chemicals, for both
off-line and on-line washing of gas turbine
compressors.
MITSUBISHI TURBOCHARGER
AND ENGINE EUROPE BV
Damsluisweg 2, PO Box 30101, Almere
1332 EC, The Netherlands,
+31365388311,
FAX:+31365388342, bwit@mtee.eu,
www.mtee.eu
Sells lean burn gas engines, diesel
engines and turbochargers.
MK CONSULTING
Gazi M 1328 St, 2/8, Mersin 33130, Turkey,
+905325845084,
FAX:+903242356618,
mustkavukcu@hotmail.com,
www.mkmusavirlik.com
Operates as an energy automation
consultancy.
MMR POWER SOLUTIONS
730 W Pinedale Ave, Fresno, CA 93711,
USA, +15594351036, info@mmrps.com,
www.mmrps.com
Specialises in distributed generation
services. The company can improve the
electrical service reliability and reduce
costs by designing a system ideally suited
to a facilitys needs.
MOFFITT MECHANICAL
1351 13th Ave S, Suite 130, Jacksonville
Beach, FL 32250, USA, +19042419944,
ilachut@mofftthvac.com,
www.mofftthvac.com
Operates as a specialty contractor
focusing on the design, supply and
installation of industrial ventilation
systems and support HVAC systems.
Services new construction and performs
retrofts. Understands industrial ventilation.
MTS SENSOR TECHNOLOGIE
GMBH & CO KG
Auf dem Schffel 9, Luedenscheid
D-58513, Germany, +49235195870,
FAX:+49235156491,
info@mtssensor.de, www.mtssensor.com
Supplies magnetostrictive, noncontact
position sensors and liquid level gauges.
MTU FRIEDRICHSHAFEN
GMBH
Maybachstr 1, Friedrichshafen 88040,
Germany, +497541900,
FAX:+497541905000,
info@mtu-online.com,
www.mtu-online.com
Manufactures large diesel engines and
complete propulsion systems.
MTU MAINTENANCE BERLIN-
BRANDENBURG GMBH
Dr-Ernst-Zimmermann-Str 2, Ludwigsfelde
14974, Germany, +493378824213,
FAX:+493378824392,
ludwigsfelde@mtu.de, www.mtu.de
Provides maintenance, repairs and
overhauls of GE aeroderivative gas
turbines.
MTU ONSITE ENERGY CORP
100 Power Dr, Mankato, MN 56001, USA,
+15076257973, FAX:+15076252968,
powergen3@mtu-online.com,
www.mtu-online.com
Provides diesel-powered generator
sets from 303250 kW and natural
gas gensets from 30400 kW for
standby, prime power and cogeneration
applications.
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NACB LLC
8311 Brier Creek Pkwy, Suite 105-257,
Raleigh, NC 27617, USA,
+19198063880, FAX:+19198068774,
sales@nacbvalves.com,
www.nacbvalves.com
Distributes valves and level gauges
including y-globe, gate, globe and check,
ball, piston, bellows, transparent, refex,
and magnetic level gauges. Large stock
in US. DIN, ASME and Kerotest PE water
valves available.
NALCO
Winnington Ave, Winnington, Northwich,
Cheshire CW8 4DX, UK, +44160674488,
FAX:+441606721971,
rcarter1@nalco.com, www.nalco.com
Provides water treatment, chemicals and
services.
NATCOM
8515 Lafrenaie Blvd, St Leonard, QC
H1P 2B3, Canada, +15143262571,
FAX:+15143269347,
ebssales@cleaverbrooks.com,
www.cleaverbrooks.com
Offers industrial burners with capacity
ranges from 20400 MMBtu/h burning
fuels, including conventional natural
gas-to-waste stream gases, hydrogen gas,
digester gas, and crude-to-waste oils.
NATIONAL CONVEYORS CO
INC
33 Nicholson Rd, East Granby, CT 06026,
USA, +18606530374,
FAX:+18606532965,
info@nationalconveyors.com,
www.nationalconveyors.com
NATIONAL ELECTRIC COIL
800 King Ave, Columbus, OH 43212, USA,
+16144881151, FAX:+16144888892,
necservice@national-electric-coil.com,
www.national-electric-coil.com
Repairs, upgrades, and retrofts high-
voltage generators and rotating exciters.
Manufactures high-voltage coils/bars
of all types and sizes, turbogenerator
rotor windings, engineering design and
replacement components. ISO 9001
certifed.
NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS
11500 N Mopac Expwy, Austin, TX
78759-3504, USA, +18882807645,
FAX:+15126838411, www.ni.com
Provides graphical system tools for
engineers and scientists that are
developing next-generation control and
monitoring systems within industries such
as energy, industrial control, life sciences,
and transportation.
NEDSTACK
Westervoortsedijk 73, PO Box 5167,
Arnhem 6802 ED, The Netherlands,
+31263197600, FAX:+31263197601,
info@nedstack.com, www.nedstack.com
Offers PEM fuel cell stacks 1 kW to
multi-MW.
NELCO PRODUCTS
49 S Maple Ave, Marlton, NJ 08053, USA,
+18666352660, FAX:+18569881811,
nelconj@comcast.net,
www.nelcoproducts.com
Supplies all things related to tubing and
wiring routing, identifcation, protection
and connection. Handles items like cable
ties, heat shrink, wire markers and more.
NEUMAN & ESSER USA INC
1502 E Summitry Cir, Katy, TX 77449, USA,
+17135549623, FAX:+12814975047,
sdebaldo@neuman-esser.com,
www.neuman-esser.com
Offers expertise in nonlubricating
compression of process gasses, CO
2
and
natural gas storage and transmission.
NEW COMPONIT SRL
Viale Rimembranze, 5, Cirimido, (CO)
22070, Italy, +39031895580,
FAX:+390313520787,
sales@newcomponit.com,
www.newcomponit.com
Provides expansion joints and insulating
pillows.
NIAGARA BLOWER HEAT
TRANSFER SOLUTIONS
673 Ontario St, Buffalo, NY 14207, USA,
+17168752000, FAX:+17168751077,
sales@niagarablower.com,
www.niagarablower.com
Manufactures closed-loop, evaporative wet
surface air cooler (WSAC) fuid coolers
and vapor condensers.
NORD-LOCK INC
1051 Cambridge Dr, Elk Grove Village, IL
60007, USA, +18777991097,
FAX:+12248753256,
bolting@nord-lock.com,
www.nord-lock.com
Offers bolt securing systems. The unique
combination of innovative products and
expertise enables the company to solve
the toughest bolting challenges.
NORTH EAST ARIZONA
ENERGY SERVICES CO -
NEA-ESCO
HC30 Box 2A, 43 Sutton Cir, Concho, AZ
85924, USA, +19285210888,
mail@arizonaenergy.org,
www.arizonaenergy.org
Provides clean renewable energy
information and generation products in
Arizona, US.
NOVA ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS
INC
1925 Pine Ave, Niagara Falls, NY 14301,
USA, +17162850418,
FAX:+17162822937,
websales@nova-gas.com,
www.nova-gas.com
Provides portable and continuous gas
analysers and gas monitors for fue gas,
emissions, landfll gas, oxygen, methane,
carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide,
hydrogen, biogas, syngas, heat treat gas,
ambient, H2 purity and more.
NOVI ENERGY
23955 Novi Rd, Novi, MI 48375, USA,
+12487356684, FAX:+12487350088,
agangadh@novienergy.com,
www.novienergy.com
Provides energy consulting, energy
management and energy infrastructure
project development.
NUTECH ENGINEERING INC
200 Chisholm Dr, Milton, ON L9T 5E7,
Canada, +19058786923,
FAX:+19058782817,
sales@nutech-engineering.com,
www.nutech-engineering.com
Is a system integrator offering custom-built
automated machines for industry.
O
OASIS MONTANA INC
436 Red Fox Ln, Stevensville, MT 59870,
USA, +14067774309,
FAX:+14067770830,
info@oasismontana.com,
www.oasismontana.com
Designs/sells residential renewable
energy systems utilising photovoltaic solar
modules, inverters and batteries. Focuses
on solar water pumping and offers a line of
effcient and nonelectric gas appliances.
ODOTECH INC
3333 Queen Mary Rd, Suite 301, Montreal,
QC H3V 1A2, Canada, +15143405250,
FAX:+15143405211,
info@odotech.com, www.odotech.com
Provides real-time odour tracking solutions
using eNoses.
OMEGA ENGINEEERING INC
1 Omega Dr, Stamford, CT 06907, USA,
+12033591660, info@omega.com,
www.omega.com
Offers more than 100,000 products for
measurement and control of temperature,
heating, humidity, pressure, strain, force,
fow, level, pH and conductivity, and a new
line of sanitary products.
ONDEO INDUSTRIAL
SOLUTIONS
Suez Environment House, Boness Rd,
Grangemouth FK3 9XD, UK,
+448702416643,
FAX:+448702416645,
enquiries_uk@ondeo-is.com,
www.ondeo-is.com
Provides sustainable and effective water
management to industry with guaranteed
results.
OPRA TURBINES
Opaalstraat 60, Hengelo 7554 TS,
The Netherlands, +31742452121,
FAX:+31742452139,
sales@opraturbines.com,
www.opraturbines.com
Offers gas turbines providing 210 MW
power solutions with low-emissions and
simple-cycles. Compact and reliable with
multifuel capabilities. Provides clean,
sustainable power for remote, standby,
mobile, cogeneration and district
heating/cooling.
OROS
502 Shaw Rd, B-101, Dulles, VA
20166-9435, USA, +17034783204,
FAX:+15719268082, info@orosinc.com,
www.orosinc.com
Manufactures portable, multichannel
noise and vibration analysers.
P
PA CONSULTING GROUP
1700 Lincoln St, Denver, CO 80203, USA,
+12129735977,
energy@paconsulting.com,
www.paconsulting.com
PAHARPUR COOLING
TOWERS LTD
Paharpur House, 8/1/B Diamond Harbour
Rd, Kolkata, West Bengal 700 027, India,
+913340133000,
FAX:+913340133499,
pctccu@paharpur.com,
www.paharpur.com
Manufactures cooling towers, air-cooled
heat exchangers, and air-cooled steam
condensers.
PALMER WAHL TEMPERATURE
INSTRUMENTS
234 Old Weaverville Rd, Asheville, NC
28804, USA, +18286583131,
FAX:+18286580728,
info@palmerwahl.com,
www.palmerwahl.com
PARKER WARD LTD
247 Copthorne Rd, Shrewsbury SY3 8LP,
UK, +441743344197,
solutions@parker-ward.com,
www.parker-ward.com
Specialises in marketing communications
for energy and engineering sectors, with
particular experience in low carbon,
renewables, CHP, district heating and
biofuels. Works both in the UK and
worldwide.
PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF
Amber Ct, William Armstrong Dr,
Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 7YQ, UK,
+441912261899,
FAX:+441912262104,
adamse@pbworld.com, www.pbworld.com
Offers global project management and
engineering services.
PCH ENGINEERING A/S
Ved Klaedebo 4, Hoersholm DK-2970,
Denmark, +4545768776,
FAX:+4545768702,
pch@pch-engineering.dk,
www.pch-engineering.dk
Specialises in vibration, offering
permanent sound and vibration
monitoring. Main objective is to protect
rotating machines
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PDR ASSOCIATES
(RENEWABLE) INC
8 Packard Rd, Suite 1, East Brunswick, NJ
08816, USA, +17323908069,
FAX:+17323900250,
info@pdrassocs.com, www.pdrassocs.com
Offers PV/thermal, wind, geothermal,
biogas, renewable cogeneration
engineering and services.
PEARL STEAM ENGINE CO
RR 1, Box 45, Sutton, VT 05867, USA,
+18024673205, pearlengine@gmail.com,
www.pearlengine.com
Manufactures compact steam engines
for cogeneration, marine propulsion and
prime movers.
PELRINE AND BUCHANANS
MARITIME TRADING
WORLDWIDE
19 Pettipas Ln, Halifax, NS B0J 1N0,
Canada, +19024422771,
FAX:+19022812089,
pbmtww@eastlink.ca,
www.generator-turbine-powerplant.com
Sells generator sets, turbines, power plants
and power barges.
PENNWELL MARKETING
SOLUTIONS
1421 S Sheridan Rd, Tulsa, OK 74112,
USA, +12405952352,
marketingservices@pennwell.com,
www.pennwellmarketing.com
Provides full marketing and communica-
tions services. Programmes range
from strategic consulting to website
creative and development, social media
campaigns, lead-generation, micro-
sites, print ad development, trade show
brochures and booth design.
PERKINS ENGINES CO LTD
Frank Perkins Way, Peterborough PE1 5NA,
UK, +441733583000,
FAX:+441733582240,
kitson_neil_d@perkins.com,
www.perkins.com
Supplies off-highway diesel and gas
engines in the 42000 kW market. The
power solutions are trusted by more than
1000 leading manufacturers worldwide.
PETROTECH INC
151 Brookhollow Esplanade, New Orleans,
LA 70123, USA, +15046206600,
FAX:+15046206601,
info@petrotechinc.com,
www.petrotechinc.com
Offers turnkey control and instrumentation
systems retroft for gas and steam
turbines, generators, compressors, fuel
systems conversions, fre and gas systems,
vibration systems, associated electrical,
instrumentation and engineering services.
PHG ENERGY
3048 Owen Dr, Antioch, TN 37013, USA,
+16154719299, info@phgenergy.com,
www.phgenergy.com
Offers industrial-grade downdraft
gasifcation equipment which allows
for the clean conversion of waste- or
biomass-to-energy with no burning or
incineration. Vetted with over 40,000
hours of commercial operation.
PIPAL LTD
Purshotam House, Chiromo Ln,
PO Box 42777-00100, Nairobi 00100,
Kenya, +254203742552,
FAX:+254203740687, farid@pipal.com,
www.pipal.com
Offers energy project development,
fnance and renewable energy investment
funds management.
PIPING TECHNOLOGY &
PRODUCTS
PO Box 34506, Houston, TX 77234-4506,
USA, +17137310030,
FAX:+17137318640,
info@pipingtech.com,
www.pipingtech.com
Provides pipe hangers, supports,
expansion joints, clamps and hardware.
POWER DATA SYSTEMS
414 Green St, Boonton, NJ 07005, USA,
+19737944984,
jreed414@optonline.net,
www.wix.com/jreed414/pds
Manufactures and distributes on-line DC
monitoring equipment related to batteries
and other DC-related instrumentation.
Generator DC monitoring is the companys
specialty.
POWER EQUIPMENT
ASSOCIATES LTD - PEA
1 N 204 Redwing Dr, Carol Stream, IL
60188, USA, +16302488778,
FAX:+16304622420,
tbronson@peaonline.com,
www.peaonline.com
Offers specialised services to the
energy industry as an engineering and
management consultancy.
POWER EQUIPMENT CO
43422 W Oaks Dr, Suite 220, Novi, MI
48377, USA, +12482373992,
fcasteel@pecmi.com, www.pecmi.com
Offers a professional sales organisation
with both electrical and mechanical
divisions.
POWER LUBE INDUSTRIAL
1509 Rapids Dr, PO Box 044051, Racine,
WI 53402, USA, +12626378170,
FAX:+12626374090,
sales@memolub.com, www.memolub.com
PRECISION COMBUSTION
INC
410 Sackett Point Rd, North Haven, CT
06473-3106, USA, +12032873700,
FAX:+12032873710,
tech@precision-combustion.com,
www.precision-combustion.com
Develops catalytic devices for the clean
energy sector. Technologies under
development include catalytic combustors
for gas turbines, Stirling engine burners,
and fuel reformers and fuel processors for
fuel cell systems.
PRECISION ENERGY
SERVICES INC
PO Box 1004, Hayden, ID 83835, USA,
+12087724457, FAX:+12087621113,
energy@pes-world.com,
www.pes-world.com
Provides technical service in the biomass
energy feld.
PRECISION ICEBLAST CORP
801 Maple St, Peshtigo, WI 54157, USA,
+19068642421,
info@precision-iceblast.com,
www.precision-iceblast.com
Provides HRSG iceblast cleaning.
Also provides an invaluable service to
customers and ensures that HRSGs are
running as effciently as possible.
PR CONSULTANTS BV
Printerweg 18, Amersfoort 3821 AD,
The Netherlands, +31334504010,
FAX:+31334555024,
support@pre-sustainability.com,
www.pre-sustainability.com
Offers sustainability experts providing life
cycle assessment (LCA) worldwide, LCA
software SimaPro, CO
2
balances, and
EPDs environmental assessments.
PRINCETON POWER
SYSTEMS INC
3175 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville, NJ
08648, USA, +16099555390,
FAX:+16097519225,
info@princetonpower.com,
www.princetonpower.com
Manufactures advanced power conversion
products and alternative energy systems,
with patented electronics that provide
a reliable and cost-effective means for
converting electric power cleanly and
effciently.
PRM ENERGY SYSTEMS INC
- PRME
504 Windamere Ter, Hot Springs, AR
71913, USA, +15017672100,
FAX:+15017677679,
rbaileys@prmenergy.com,
www.prmenergy.com
Offers turnkey biomass gasifcation-to-
energy systems worldwide.
PROCESS TECHNOLOGY
7010 Lindsay Dr, Mentor, OH 44060, USA,
+14409741300, FAX:+14409749561,
info@process-technology.com,
www.processtechnology.com
PROGETTO ENERGIA SRL
Via Sistina 121, Roma 00187, Italy,
+390647818451, FAX:+39064781844,
angelo.tanzilli@progettoenergia.com,
www.progettoenergia.com
Engineers and consults on CHP, CHCP,
energy-from-waste and biomass.
PROJECT RISK LTD
786 Howell Rd, Westmoreland, TN 37186,
USA, +16152646282,
renew@projrisk.com,
www.linkedin.com/in/davidschroeder
Provides project fnance due diligence,
insurance consultation and outsource
risk management. Offers energy storage,
thermal dynamics, cogeneration, CHP, and
power purchase agreements.
PROMATION ENGINEERING
INC
16138 Flight Path Dr, Brooksville, FL
34604, USA, +13525448436,
FAX:+13525448439,
dean.geraci@promationei.com,
www.promationei.com
Manufactures a wide array of industrial
electric actuators, including quarter-turn
nonspring return electric actuators,
quarter-turn spring return electric
actuators, linear electric actuators, as well
as PBU energy storage.
PROSIM INC
Science Center, 3711 Market St, 8th Fl,
Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA,
+12156003760, FAX:+12153863970,
info@prosim.net, www.prosim.net
Provides software solutions for utilities
management, power plants optimisation
and process simulation.
PROTO MANUFACTURING
INC
12350 Universal Dr, Taylor, MI 48180, USA,
+17349460974, FAX:+17349460975,
proto@protoxrd.com, www.protoxrd.com
Provides automated nondestructive
residual stress analysis and more.
PROTO MANUFACTURING
LTD
2175 Solar Crescent, Old Castle, ON
N0R 1L0, Canada, +15197376330,
FAX:+15197371692,
proto@protoxrd.com, www.protoxrd.com
Provides automated nondestructive
residual stress analysis and more.
PSM - AN ALSTOM CO
1440 W Indiantown Rd, Jupiter, FL 33458,
USA, +15613541100,
FAX:+15613541199, power@psm.com,
www.psm.com
Delivers a full scope of turbine
services including high-technology
gas turbine parts such as all critical
F-Class components, comprehensive
reconditioning services, expert feld
services, and fexible LTAs.
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PSYCHSOFTPC
PO Box 232, Quincy, MA 02171, USA,
+16174718733, sales@psychsoftpc.com,
www.psychsoftpc.com
Manufactures high-performance graphics
workstations, Linux clusters and personal
supercomputers for data analysis, data
modelling, power consumption projection,
engineering design and electric grid
modelling.
PULEO ELECTRONICS INC
39 Hutcheson Pl, Lynbrook, NY 11563,
USA, +15165994875,
FAX:+15165991009,
sales@puleoinc.com,
www.annunciator.com
Focuses on three areas including monitor
and control systems, hardware and
software, power distribution and protection
systems and interconnection devices used
in electronic systems.
PW POWER SYSTEMS INC
628 Hebron Ave, Suite 400, Glastonbury,
CT 06033, USA, +18603685535,
FAX:+18607606495,
lucia.maffucci@pwps.com,
www.pwps.com
Offers 25120 MW gas turbines for quick
installation, high-effciency mobile power,
mechanical drive, simple/combined cycle
and cogeneration applications. Offers
advanced technology parts, coatings and
repairs for heavy-duty gas turbines.
PXL SEALS
27, rue de lindustrie,
Bellegarde-sur-Valserine,
Ain 01200, France, +334504802 09,
FAX:+334504859 99,
n.preau@pxlseals.com, www.pxlseals.com
Installs and manufactures sealing systems
for energy and large bearings. Specialises
in expertise, design and on-site installation
of sealing systems for dams and
hydroelectric plants.
PYROMATION INC
5211 Industrial Rd, Ft Wayne, IN 46825,
USA, +12604842580,
FAX:+12604826805,
sales@pyromation.com,
www.pyromation.com
Produces temperature sensors for a
variety of process applications within
many industries. Manufactures RTD
and thermocouple assemblies used by
many OEMs providing equipment for
cogeneration facilities/plants.
Q
QUA GROUP LLC
1 Four Coins Dr, Canonsburg, PA 15317,
USA, +18777827558,
sales@quagroup.com,
www.quagroup.com
Offers FEDI, with patented dual-voltage
fractional electrodeionisation process
and Q-SEP that takes ultrafltration to a
new level with a patented cloud point
precipitation process.
R
RAMBOLL
Hannemanns All 53, Copenhagen S
DK-2300, Denmark,
+4551611000, info@ramboll.com,
www.ramboll.com/energy
Operates as an international energy
consultant, providing advice on every
aspect of energy from strategies and
plans to production and transmission
facilities.
RAY DAURIA ASSOCIATES
- POWER INDUSTRY
RECRUITERS
174 Union St, Suite 3A, Ridgewood, NJ
07450, USA, +12016704246,
rdauria@rdpowerjobs.com,
www.rdpowerjobs.com
Is a power industry recruiting frm
specialising in flling positions with
professionals who have experience and
qualifcations in electric generation and
transmission.
REALENERGY
1190 Airport Rd, Napa, CA 94558, USA,
+17079442400, info@realenergy.com,
www.realenergy.com
Employs distributed generation, biogas
and CHP technologies.
RED ACOUSTICS LTD
Cottam Ln Business Centre, Suite 3,
Cottam Ln, Preston PR2 1JR, UK,
+441772722182,
FAX:+441772722451,
info@redacoustics.co.uk,
www.redacoustics.co.uk
Provides professional and cost-effective
consultancy services and solutions in all
aspects of acoustics, noise control and
vibration.
RELY PRECISION CASTINGS
512 Commissioner St, Boksburg E,
Boksburg, Gauteng 1460, South Africa,
+27119141640, FAX:+27119143586,
rely_uk@blueyonder.co.uk, www.rely.co.za
Manufactures precision steel castings for
valve/oil related, and power generation
markets. All grades of steel are produced
within the ASTM specifcation range.
RELY (UK) PRECISION
CASTINGS
31 Glenacre Cescent, Uddingston,
Glasgow G71 6EH, UK, +441698303010,
FAX:+441698306389,
rely_uk@blueyonder.co.uk, www.rely.co.za
Manufactures precision steel castings for
valve/oil related, and power generation
markets. All grades of steel are produced
within the ASTM specifcation range.
REMAZEL ENGINEERING SPA
Loc Pertegalli 33, Endine Gaiano, (BG)
24060, Italy, +39035827333,
FAX:+39035827347,
www.zambettielumina.com
Designs and fabricates diverters, exhaust
systems and dampers (multilouver,
biplane or tandem, guillotines, stack
dampers, expansion joints, and silencers).
Applications for power plants, CCPP,
refneries, oil and gas and industrial.
RENEWABLE NRG LLC
1117 Rt 212, Woodstock, NY 12498, USA,
+18454810655, nrggreen@aol.com,
www.econrg.com
Provides project development and funds
renewable distributed energy systems with
a public-private partnership.
RENEWABLE POWER
SYSTEMS LTD - RPS
Unit 11, Bedford Business Centre, Mile Rd,
Bedford MK42 9TW, UK,
+441234271700,
FAX:+441234271709,
andy@renewablepower.co.uk,
www.renewablepower.co.uk
Develops, manages and operates landfll
gas utilisation and anaerobic digestion
projects on a build/own/operate basis.
RF NEULINK
7610 Miramar Rd, San Diego, CA 92126,
USA, +18585496340,
FAX:+18585496349,
rfneulink@rfndustries.com,
www.rfneulink.com
RH ENERGY LTD
28 Tilmore Rd, Petersfeld, Hampshire
GU32 2HH, UK, +441730261486,
FAX:+441730261486,
robert@rhenergy.co.uk
Offers mechanical and energy
engineering consulting services on
energy effciency, CHP, power generation,
and renewables. Specialises in thermo-
economic analysis of power generation
cycles, software development, feasibility
studies and concept design.
RICHWAY ENERGY
HOLDINGS LTD
100-11300 No 5 Rd, Richmond, BC
V7A 5J7, Canada, +16042752201,
FAX:+16042752203,
moseschen@richway.ca,
www.richwaygroup.com
Provides biomass energy, renewable
energy and pollution control technologies.
ROBERTSON ECONOMIC
INFORMATION SERVICES
46 Palmer Rd, Milton Pk, Harare,
Zimbabwe, +2634740205,
economic@ecoweb.co.zw,
www.economic.co.zw
Offers advice and a database on business
and economic conditions in Zimbabwe.
ROLLS-ROYCE
65 Buckingham Gate, London SW1E 6AT,
UK, +442072279020,
FAX:+442072279170,
energy@rolls-royce.com,
www.rolls-royce.com
Provides integrated power systems for use
on land, at sea, and in the air.
ROMANIAN ENERGY
REGULATORY AUTHORITY -
ANRE
3 Constantin Nacu Str, Bucharest, Sect 2
020995, Romania, +40213112244,
FAX:+40213124365, anre@anre.ro,
www.anre.ro
Implements regulations for effcient
functioning of electricity and other sectors.
RONAN ENGINEERING CO
28209 Ave Stanford, PO Box 129, Valencia,
CA 91355, USA, +18003276626,
FAX:+16612956069, sales@ronan.com,
www.ronan.com
Manufactures process monitoring and
display annunciation systems that
enhance plant safety by monitoring critical
alarm points. Offers RTUs with advanced,
time-stamped, monitoring and solid-state
sensors and transducers.
RONAN MEASURMENTS
8050 Production Dr, Florence, KY 41042,
USA, +18593428500,
FAX:+18593426426,
ronan@ronanmeasure.com,
www.ronanmeasure.com
Offers radiometric measurement gauges
providing noncontact measurement
solutions for harsh process environments.
Applications include continuous level
measurement, point level monitoring,
interface level/density measurement,
density/mass fow measurement, and
weight scale measurement.
ROTORK PLC
Rotork House, Brassmill Ln, Bath BA1 3JQ,
UK, +441225733200,
FAX:+441225333467,
information@rotork.com, www.rotork.com
Manufactures electric, pneumatic
and hydraulic valve actuators and
control systems, valve gearboxes, valve
accessories and precision control
instruments supported by a worldwide
service network.
RR PROJECTS
Parsons House, 56 Axis Business Pk,
Tullamore MN3-45-W93, Ireland,
+353579361600,
FAX:+353579317008,
patrick.cassidy@rrprojects.net,
www.rrprojects.net
Provides a best practice, single-source
solution to meet electrical installation,
mechanical installation and maintenance
project requirements for the power, oil and
gas, food and life science industries.
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RUSSELECTRIC INC
S Shore Pk, Hingham, MA 02043, USA,
+17817496000, FAX:+17817494205,
info@russelectric.com,
www.russelectric.com
Designs and provides custom-built, on-site
power control systems, synchronising
switchgear, automatic transfer switches,
bypass/isolation switches, and custom
SCADA.
S
SAFWAY SERVICES LLC
N19 W24200 Riverwood Dr, Waukesha,
WI 53188, USA, +12625236500,
FAX:+12625239808,
info_request@safway.com,
www.safway.com
Offers scaffold rental, sales, labor,
engineering, training and project
management assistance from more than
80 North American locations.
SAMCO TECHNOLOGIES INC
1 River Rock Dr, Buffalo, NY 14207, USA,
+17167439000, FAX:+17167431220,
sales@samcotech.com,
www.samcotech.com
Manufactures integrated pure/wastewater
and process fltration separation system
solutions. Exclusive licensee of Dow
Advance Amberpack and Amberpack de-
ionisation systems.
S&B ENGINEERS AND
CONSTRUCTORS
7809 Park Pl Blvd, Bldg B, PO Box 266245,
Houston, TX 77087, USA,
+17136454141, sbpower@sbec.com,
www.sbec.com
Provides EPC services for power, oil/
gas, petrochemical, refning, biofuels,
pulp/paper, and infrastructure industries
throughout the continental US. Module
design/assembly capabilities also
available.
SARGENT & LUNDY LLC
55 E Monroe St, Chicago, IL 60603, USA,
+13122692000, FAX:+13122693680,
thinkingpower@sargentlundy.com,
www.sargentlundy.com
Offers comprehensive engineering,
project services, and energy business
consulting for new generation (fossil,
nuclear, renewable energy), transmission/
power delivery systems, environmental
compliance, existing facility modifcations,
and system-wide planning.
SAT INFRARED TECHNOLOGY
CO LTD
10 Dongjiang Ave, GETDD, Guangzhou,
Guangdong 510730, China,
+862082218587,
FAX:+862082227947, sat@sat.com.cn,
www.sat.com.cn/en
Manufactures thermal imaging systems
focusing on developing, producing, and
marketing infrared cameras.
SAV NETWORK
BP 40123, Meyzieu Cedex 69883, France,
+33472483748, FAX:+33472483749,
contact@savnetwork.com,
www.savnetwork.com/en
Provides support to build up and optimise
local feld service networks all over France
and Europe.
SCHUTTE & KOERTING
2510 Metropolitan Dr, Trevose, PA 19053,
USA, +12156390900,
FAX:+12156391597, sales@s-k.com,
www.s-k.com
Engineers, designs, manufactures, and
services venturi vacuum equipment, gas
compressors, scrubbers, desuperheaters,
and valves for the process, refning and
power industries.
SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING
LABORATORIES INC
2350 NE Hopkins Ct, Pullman, WA 99163,
USA, +15093321890,
FAX:+15093327990, info@selinc.com,
www.selinc.com
Serves power utilities and industrial
sites worldwide through the design,
manufacture, and support of digital
protective relays, automation products,
services for power system protection,
control, monitoring, integration, and
automation.
SEAWATER GREENHOUSE LTD
2A Greenwood Rd, London E8 1AB, UK,
+442072493627,
FAX:+442072540306,
charlie@seawatergreenhouse.com,
www.seawatergreenhouse.com
Produces a climate control and
desalination system.
SENER
c/ Severo Ochoa 4, Parque Tecnologico de
Madrid, Tres Cantos, Madrid 28760,
Spain, +34918077318, info@sener.es,
www.sener.es
Offers clients cutting-edge technological
solutions in the specifc activities of
engineering, energy and environment, and
aerospace through a private engineering
and technology group.
SENTRY EQUIPMENT CORP
966 Blue Ribbon Cir N, Oconomowoc, WI
53066, USA, +12625677256,
FAX:+12625674523,
sales@sentry-equip.com,
www.sentry-equip.com
Engineers, manufactures and services
components for collecting representative
samples of steam, water, gas, liquid, slurry
and bulk solids. This enables analytical
and operational professionals to gain
samples safely.
SIEMENS INDUSTRIAL
TURBOMACHINERY LTD
Ruston House, PO Box 1, Waterside South,
Lincoln LN5 7FD, UK, +441522584000,
FAX:+441522584900,
geraldine.roy@siemens.com,
www.energy.siemens.com/
hq/en/industries-utilities
Designs and manufactures industrial
gas turbines for the oil and gas industry
including compression and pumping
applications, onshore, offshore (platforms
or FPSO) and for power generation (CHP,
CC).
SIEMENS TRANSMISSION
AND DISTRIBUTION LTD
Sir William Siemens House, Princess Rd,
Manchester M20 2UR, UK,
+447808824992,
FAX:+441614465105,
matthew.knight@siemens.com,
www.siemens.co.uk/energy
Offers products and solutions for the
generation, transmission and distribution
of electrical energy.
SILICON POWER CORP
275 Great Valley Pkwy, Malvern, PA 19355,
USA, +16104074706,
robert_berta@siliconpower.com,
www.siliconpower.com
Develops and manufactures high-voltage,
high-current solid-state switchgear
appropriate to achieving reliable,
seamless protection and integration
of electrical energy generated from
renewable energy.
SIMTECH SIMULATION
TECHNOLOGY
Riesstr 120, Graz 8010, Austria,
+4331638627820,
info@simtechnology.com,
www.simtechnology.com
Provides the comprehensive and versitile
power process simulation software,
IPSEpro.
SIPOS AKTORIK GMBH
Im Erlet 2, Altdorf D-90518, Germany,
+49918792270,
FAX:+49918792275111,
sales@sipos.de, www.sipos.de
Manufactures electric actuators for
industrial valve applications including
rotary, linear, part-turn and nuclear
products. Variable speed actuation
specialists. With roots as part of Siemens,
the company has a 100 year history.
SOFTPLC CORP
25603 Red Brangus Dr, Spicewood, TX
78669, USA, +15122648390,
FAX:+15122648399, info@softplc.com,
www.softplc.com
Manufactures open architecture RTUs,
PLCs, I/O, HMI/SCADA, and Ethernet
security hardware and software products.
More functions at lower costs are key
benefts.
SOHRE TURBOMACHINERY
INC
128 Main St, Monson, MA 01057, USA,
+14132670590, FAX:+14132670592,
tsohre@sohreturbo.com,
www.sohreturbo.com
Offers shaft grounding brushes, self-
cleaning, run dry or in oil. Prevents
damage from stray electrical shaft
currents. Used for decades to protect
turbomachinery and other shafting. Silver/
gold composite bristles available.
SOLAR CONNEXION
PO Box 10095, Blacksburg, VA
24062-0095, USA, +15409615120,
adam@solarconnexion.com,
www.solarconnexion.com
Offers photovoltaic and electrical
contracting and solar equipment
troubleshooting in mid-eastern US.
SOLECTRIA RENEWABLES
LLC
360 Merrimack St, Bldg 9, Fl 2, Lawrence,
MA 01843, USA, +19786839700,
FAX:+19786839702,
inverters@solectria.com,
www.solectria.com
Manufactures grid-tied PV inverters and
string combiners. Provides web-based
monitoring for residential, commercial and
utility-scale solar projects.
SOLVAIR SOLUTIONS/
SOLVAY CHEMICALS INC
3333 Richmond Ave, Houston, TX 77098,
USA, +17135256500,
FAX:+17135256759,
michael.wood@solvay.com,
www.solvair.us
Offers trona and sodium bicarbonate for
air pollution control in coal-fred power
plants. Used in dry sorbent injection,
sodium sorbents effectively help mitigate
SOx, HCl and Hg.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
EDISON
7301 Fenwick Ln, 2nd Fl, Westminster, CA
92683-5202, USA, +17148950525,
FAX:+17148950689,
simmonss@sce.com, www.sce.com
Specialises in the analysis of trace metals
in complex matrices (such as seawater),
ion-exchange resin, boiler tube deposition,
cooling water, chemical cleaning solvents,
wastewater, and all ultrapure water
applications.
SOUTHWEST RESEARCH
INSTITUTE
6220 Culebra Rd, PO Box 28510,
San Antonio, TX 78228-0510, USA,
+12106845111, FAX:+12105223547,
bd@swri.org, www.swri.org
Offers research and technical services for
industrial and government clients.
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SPILLING ENERGIE SYSTEME
GMBH
Werfstr 5, Hamburg 20457, Germany,
+49407891750, FAX:+49407892836,
info@spilling.de, www.spilling.de
Develops and produces steam power
plants with steam engines and turbines
in a range from 1005000 kW. Also offers
gas expansion plants (up to 3 MW).
S-PRODUCTS INC
141 Kings Hwy E, Fairfeld, CT 06825, USA,
+12033319546, FAX:+12033352723,
s-products@usa.net, www.s-products.com
SPX FLOW TECHNOLOGY
611 Sugar Creek Rd, Delavan, WI 53115,
USA, +12627281900,
ft.amer.info@spx.com, www.spxft.com
Offers APV, Bran+Luebbe, ClydeUnion
Pumps, Copes-Vulcan, Dollinger, Hankison,
Jemaco, Johnson Pump, Plenty, Pneumatic
Products, and Lightnin products to the
power industry.
SRC INTERNATIONAL A/S
Hovedgaden 8, Birkerod 3460, Denmark,
+4570204590, FAX:+4570204591,
srci@srci.dk, www.srci.dk
Consults on restructuring power and gas,
DSM and energy effciency, and offers
feasibility studies.
SRI CHAKRAVARTHI & CO
438 Block 4 Indira Enclave, Ayodhyanagar,
Vijayawada, Andhr Apradesh 520 003
India, +918662535700,
FAX:+918662535703,
info@srichakravarthi.com,
www.srichakravarthi.com
Sells and buys used power plants, steam
turbines and power boilers.
SSS CLUTCH CO INC
610 W Basin Rd, New Castle, DE 19720,
USA, +13023228080,
FAX:+13023228548,
engineering@sssclutch.com,
www.sssclutch.com
Provides clutches for single-shaft,
combined-cycle generation and
synchronous condensing.
STAR & STAR FIELD FIT
INC (STEAM TURBINE
ALTERNATIVE RESOURCES)
116 Latourette St, Marion, OH 43302, USA,
+17403875535, FAX:+17403832089,
www.starturbine.com
Manufactures turbine packing rings, spill
strips, oil defectors, J-strips, and specialty
seal ring components and more. Excellent
feld installation services available.
STEJASA AGREGADOS
INDUSTRIALES SA
Albasanz 34, Madrid 28037, Spain,
+34913270013, FAX:+34913272120,
figonie@stejasa.es, www.stejasa.es
Supplies gas turbine dampers and
complete bypass systems able to operate
in the worst working conditions. Options
include multilouvre, tandem, guillotine,
diverter, and stack dampers for CCPP,
DeSOx and DeNOx.
STF SPA
Via Robecco, 20, Magenta, (MI) 20013,
Italy, +3902972091,
FAX:+39029794977, www.stf.it
Designs, supplies, installs and
commissions HRSGs, industrial boilers,
subcritical and USC boilers, biomass-fred
boilers, low NOx burners, condensers,
feedwater heaters, S&T heat exchangers,
regenerative airheaters, GGHs, DeSOx and
DeNOx.
STORK TURBO BLADING
334 Comfort Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA,
+16073517418, FAX:+16072771193,
jkwalker63@gmail.com,
www.he-machinery.com
Offers turbine blades, all OEM steam
turbine and gas turbine compressors.
STRESS FREE SYSTEMS LTD
2nd Fl, Albarka Complex II, Awolowo
Junction, PO Box 29865, Secretariat
Post Offce, Agodi-Ibadan, Oyo State
234, Nigeria, +2348033105126,
stressfree0@lycos.com
Provides energy development and
management and utilities engineering
and management.
STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY
ASSOCIATES INC
5215 Hellyer Ave, San Jose, CA 95138,
USA, +18774747693,
info@structint.com, www.structint.com
Operates as an engineering consulting
frm specialising in analysis, control, and
prevention of structural failures. Serves the
nuclear power, fossil power, and pipeline
industries and offers legal advice.
SULZER TURBO SERVICES
11518 Old La Porte Rd, La Porte, TX 77571,
USA, +17135672700,
FAX:+17135672830,
sulzertshouston@sulzer.com,
www.sulzer.com
Provides full-service manufacturing,
engineering, repair, reconditioning,
balancing, and coating for turbomachinery
including steam and gas turbines,
components, centrifugal, axial and screw
compressors, expanders, and at-speed
balancing.
SUPER RADIATOR COILS
104 Peavey Rd, Chaska, MN 55318, USA,
+19525563330, FAX:+19525563331,
mninfo@superradiatorcoils.com,
www.superradiatorcoils.com
Designs/manufactures custom heat
exchanger coils including preheaters,
process heat exchangers, inlet coolers,
air coolers and economisers for power,
energy and cogeneration. Certifcations
include ISO, ASME, CRN, CE, and nuclear.
SURROUND TECHNOLOGIES
INC
14160 256th St, Maple Ridge, BC
V4R 1C9, Canada, +16044628223,
FAX:+16044628257,
sales@surrtec.com, www.surrtec.com
Designs and manufactures equipment
enclosures, substations, generator
packages and more.
SWAN ANALYTICAL
INSTRUMENTS AG
Studbachstr 13, Postfach 398, Hinwil
8340, Switzerland, +41449436300,
FAX:+41449436301, swan@swan.ch,
www.swan.ch
Develops, produces and sells
technologically advanced instruments for
the control of water and steam quality for
the water and power industries.
SYMBIONT SCIENCE
ENGINEERING AND
CONSTRUCTION INC
6737 W Washington St, Suite 3440,
Milwaukee, WI 53214, USA,
+14142918840, FAX:+14142918841,
info@symbiontonline.com,
www.symbiontonline.com
Provides design/build services for
industrial wastewater and biogas
utilisation.
SYMCOM INC
222 Disk Dr, Rapid City, SD 57701, USA,
+16053485580, FAX:+16053485685,
customerservice@symcom.com,
www.symcom.com
Provides electronic motor control and
protection under MotorSaver and
PumpSaver.
SYSTEM ONE
12 Federal St, Suite 205, Pittsburgh, PA
15212, USA, +14129951900,
FAX:+14129951901,
inquiry@systemoneservices.com,
www.systemoneservices.com
Specialises in technical outsourcing and
careers. Has helped energy and power
clients engage skilled professionals and
improve productivity for 30 years.
T
T4 SUSTAINABILITY LTD
1A Manners Ct, Manners Ave, Manners
Industrial Estate, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
DE7 8EF, UK, +441159448910,
info@t4sltd.co.uk, www.t4sltd.co.uk
Provides renewable energy installations
and energy and sustainability consultancy.
Installs PV, solar hot water, biomass and
heat pump heating, and other energy
saving technologies.
TAPESWITCH CORP
100 Schmitt Blvd, Farmingdale, NY 11735,
USA, +16316300442,
FAX:+16316300442,
marketing@tapeswitch.com,
www.tapeswitch.com
Manufactures general purpose switches,
emergency stop safety switches, mats,
edges, light curtains and offers safety laser
scanners, and noncontact interlocks for
access control and machine guarding.
TATSOFT
908 Town & Country Blvd, Suite 120,
Houston, TX 77024, USA,
+17139837516, FAX:+17139847576,
info@tatsoft.com, www.tatsoft.com
Delivers the FactoryStudio, an all-inclusive
NET platform to enable applications, from
advanced HMI and SCADA up to plant
information management systems (PIMS),
historian, industrial automation and
manufacturing intelligence (MI).
TECHNOPA GMBH
Hietzinger Hauptstr 50, Vienna 1130,
Austria, +4318770553,
FAX:+4318778446, tech@technopa.eu,
www.technopa.eu
Offers S2E steam microturbines, 50650
kWe, to make electricity using waste
steam fow. Works well in wet and
fuctuating steam conditions. Inexpensive
to maintain.
TECH PRODUCTS INC
105 Willow Ave, Staten Island, NY 10305,
USA, +17184424900,
FAX:+17184422124,
team@techproducts.com,
www.techproducts.com
Provides identifcation products to the
power generation market since 1948,
including substation signs, valve tags and
arc fash labels. Offers great customer
service and quality products.
TECPRO SYSTEMS LTD
Tecpro Towers, Plot 11/A17, 5th Cross Rd,
Siruseri IT Pk, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
603103, India, +914447443000,
FAX:+914447443000,
ksdilip@tecprosystems.com,
www.tecprosystems.com
Offers bulk material handling systems for
coal, cement, power and steel sectors.
Provides ash handling systems for power
plants, engineering, construction and
commissioning of power projects.
TEDOM SRO
Vycapy 195, Trebic 674-01,
Czech Republic, +420568837111,
FAX:+420568837100,
tedom@tedom.cz, www.tedom.com
Offers CHP units for cogeneration based
on gas piston engines.
TEMP-PRO INC
200 Industrial Dr, Northampton, MA
01060, USA, +14135843165,
FAX:+14135863625,
sales@temp-pro.com, www.temp-pro.com
Designs and manufactures temperature
sensors, components, and assemblies
(including thermocouples, RTDs,
thermistors, and thermowells), as well
as electrical enclosures. Also provides
electro-mechanical assembly services,
machined items, tools, and ancillary
equipment.
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TERMODECK
INTERNATIONAL LTD
PO Box 227, Saltsjobaden 133 02,
Sweden, +4687489511,
info@termodeck.com,
www.termodeck.com
Offers lower investments in new power
plants since the peak power load from
air-conditioning of buildings is reduced by
70-90%. This has been tested in buildings
in Middle East.
TESTO LTD
Newman Ln, Alton, Hampshire GU34 2QJ,
UK, +441420544433,
FAX:+441420544434,
sales@testo.co.uk, www.testolimited.com
Provides instrumentation for emissions
monitoring, pressure, temperature, velocity
and humidity.
THERMAX EUROPE LTD
2 Studio Ct, Queensway Bletchley, MIlton
Keynes MK2 2DG, UK, +441908378914,
FAX:+441582379487,
dinesh@thermax-europe.com,
www.thermax-europe.com
Manufactures absorption chillers.
THEROUX ENVIRONMENTAL
PO Box 7838, Auburn, CA 95604, USA,
+15308237300, FAX:+15308237290,
mtheroux@jdmt.net, www.jdmt.net
Provides governmental affairs, technical
and regulatory guidance for alternative
energy development.
THOMPSON PUMP AND
MANUFACTURING CO
4620 City Center Dr, PO Box 291370,
Port Orange, FL 32129, USA,
+13867677310, FAX:+13867610362,
sales@thompsonpump.com,
www.thompsonpump.com
Sells and rents an entire line of portable
dewatering pumps as well as bypass
systems, wellpoint systems and a
complete line of pumping accessories.
TIC - THE INDUSTRIAL CO
2211 Elk River Rd, Steamboat Springs, CO
80487, USA, +19708792561,
reedweber@ticus.com, www.tic-inc.com
Offers general heavy industrial contracting
with experience in biomass-to-energy
facilities.
TIMBER WOLF LLC
PO Box 470065, Charlotte, NC 28247,
USA, +17044427440,
FAX:+17043641400,
timberwolfprod@earthlink.net,
www.timberwolfhandcleaner.com
Manufactures and distributes a
multifunctional waterless hand cleaner
that cleans and moisturizes the skin,
repels mosquitoes, and prevents and
relieves symptoms of poison ivy, oak, and
sumac.
TRINDERA ENGINEERING
INC
1875 N Lakewood Dr, Suite 201,
Coeur dAlene, ID 83814, USA,
+12086768001, FAX:+12086760100,
info@trindera.com, www.trindera.com
Offers experience in electrical systems
engineering and custom control systems
engineering and design.
TRI TRANSMISSION AND
BEARING CORP
212 Welsh Pool Rd, PO Box 454, Lionville,
PA 19353, USA, +16103638570,
FAX:+16105246326,
sales@turboresearch.com,
www.turboresearch.com
Engineers, designs and manufactures
babbitted tilting-pad/fxed bore journal
bearings, large and small, to solve
rotor-vibration problems. Repairs
damaged babbitted bearings. Consulting
engineering services include site vibration
analysis (ADRE).
TRS CONTAINERS
301 Essex Ave E, PO Box 188, Avenel, NJ
07001, USA, +17326363300,
FAX:+17327501642,
sales@trscontainers.com,
www.shippingcontainers.com
Sells, rents, modifes and delivers 10-45
ft long steel shipping and storage
containers.
TURBINE TECHNOLOGY
SERVICES CORP
12661 Challenger Pkwy, Suite 250,
Orlando, FL 32826, USA,
+14076770813, FAX:+14073866293,
inquiry@turbinetech.com,
www.turbinetech.com
Operates as a full-service gas turbine
engineering frm. Expertise in gas turbine
reapplication and relocation. Provides gas
turbine conversions, modifcations and
upgrades.
TURBOLOGISTICS
14519 FM 2354, Baytown, TX 77523, USA,
+17132540246, FAX:+12815739170,
sales@turbologistics.com,
www.turbologistics.com
Buys and sells gas turbine surplus.
TURBO MACHINED
PRODUCTS LLC
102 Industrial Dr, Frankfort, NY
13340-1139, USA, +13158953010,
FAX:+13158953011,
turbomp@turbomp.com,
www.turbomp.com
Offers 5-axis CNC machining of airfoil
components for the power generation
and aerospace and defence industries.
Provides new engine development
manufacturing and production machining
of blades, vanes, BLISKS, IBRs, IGVs and
pump impellers.
TURBOMACH SA
Via Campagna 15, Riazzino, Ticino
CH-6595, Switzerland, +41918511511,
FAX:+41918511555,
sales@turbomach.com,
www.turbomach.com
Provides power generation applications
for gas turbines from 122 MW and plants
to 50 MW.
TURBOTECT LTD
PO Box 1411, Baden CH-5401,
Switzerland, +41562005020,
FAX:+41562005022,
turbotect@turbotect.com,
www.turbotect.com
Provides GT fuel additives, lubricity
additives, demulsifers and compressor
cleaners.
TVC SYSTEMS
284 Constitution Ave, Portsmouth, NH
03801, USA, +16034315251,
FAX:+16034318909,
linda@tvcsystems.com,
www.tvcsystems.com
Offers SCADA and industrial process
control and information systems
integration. Recognised by EPA/CHP for
completion of over 15 CHP facilities.
U
UNEX SCAMBIO TERMICO
SRL
Via del Lavoro 26/A, Bussolengo, (VR)
37012, Italy, +390456717709,
FAX:+390456701222,
info@unexsrl.com, www.unexsrl.com
Offers heat exchangers.
UNITED EMISSIONS
SOLUTIONS INC
1508 Trinity Garden Cir, Clemmons, NC
27012, USA, +18434529700,
trkarnes@aol.com,
www.unitedemissions.com
UNITED GROUP INC
13700 W Polo Trail Dr, Lake Forest, IL
60045-5101, USA, +18475572717,
FAX:+18478167111,
hbrehmer@unitedgp.com,
www.eocusa.com
Provides premium-grade ergonomic
offce chairs designed for intensive 24-
hour environments, command centers,
call centers, board rooms, executive
and general offce use. Best-in-class
manufacturers include IRON HORSE
Seating, KAB and RECARO.
UNIVERSAL ACCOUSTIC &
EMISSION TECHNOLOGIES
1925 Hwy 51/138, PO Box 411,
Stoughton, WI 53589, USA,
+16088734272, FAX:+16088734298,
info@universalaet.com,
www.universalaet.com
Provides engineered acoustic, emission
and fltration solutions for power
generation markets. Has proven expertise
in recip and gas turbine engines. Tier 4,
CARB and RICE NESHAP compliant.
UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA
METROPOLITANA-
IZTAPALAPA - UAMI
Ave San Rafel Atlixco 186, Col Vicentina,
Iztapalapa 09340, Mexico,
+525558044644,
FAX:+525558044900,
hrp@xanum.uam.mx, www.izt.uam.mx
Provides research, training and
teaching. Degree courses available on
renewable energy and effcient use of
energy. Consults on renewable energy
applications and energy savings for
industries, services and commerce.
UNIVERSITYWAFER.COM
66 North St, Suite 9, South Boston, MA
02127, USA, +18007139375,
FAX:+18888320340,
www.universitywafer.com
Offers silicon, semiconductors, gallium
arsenide, indium, pyrex, quartz and SOI.
USA INDUSTRIES INC
302 State St, S Houston, TX 77587, USA,
+17139413797, FAX:+17139411086,
info@usaindustries.com,
www.usaindustries.com
UT99 AG OIL MIST
ELIMINATORS
Schaubenstr 5, Andelfngen, Zrich
CH-8450, Switzerland, +41523971199,
FAX:+41523971190, info@ut99.ch,
www.ut99.ch/en
Offers high-effciency oil mist eliminators
for crankcase ventilation of combustion
engines (for CHP, power plants, marine
and offshore applications) and for lube oil
tank ventilation of turbines.
V
VALVULAS JOLA
Juan Ibargutxi 7, Basauri 48970, Spain,
+34944401391, FAX:+34944499020,
jola@valvulasjola.com,
www.valvulasjola.com
Offers high-temperature butterfy valves.
VECTOR SYSTEMS INC
411 McKinney Pkwy, McKinney, TX 75071,
USA, +12145449500,
FAX:+12145449532,
info@vectorsystems-usa.com,
www.vectorsystems-usa.com
Specialises in skid-mounted packages,
pressure vessels, and process controls
for power generation, refnery, and other
process industries.
VERDANT POWER INC
The Octagon, 888 Main St, New York, NY
10044, USA, +12128888887,
FAX:+12128888897,
ttaylor@verdantpower.com,
www.verdantpower.com
Offers kinetic hydropower (damless)
systems applicable to oceans, tides, rivers,
and canals. As both a technology provider
and project developer, offers resource
assessments, site analysis, and feasibility
studies.
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VERSALIFT SYSTEMS
5770 NW Expwy, Suite 206, Oklahoma
City, OK 73132, USA, +1405 516 2412,
FAX:+1866 340 5601,
support@versaliftsystems.com,
www.versaliftsystems.com
Offers attic storage lifting systems.
VICTAULIC CO OF AMERICA
4901 Kesslersville Rd, Easton, PA 18040,
USA, +16105593300,
blowar@victaulic.com, www.victaulic.com
Develops and produces mechanical pipe
joining systems. Develops products for a
full range of industrial, commercial and
institutional piping system applications.
VIKING EQUIPMENT
FINANCE
5650 W 36th St, Minneapolis, MN 55416,
USA, +16126421888,
info@vikingequipmentfnance.com,
www.vikingequipmentfnance.com
Provides established small business
owners, middle market and Fortune 1000
companies in the cogeneration industry
with equipment fnancing, leasing and
loans. Transactions range from $1 million
to $50 million.
VIREO ENERGY FINANCIAL
30441 Morning View Dr, Malibu, CA
90265, USA, +13103145126,
FAX:+13104364477,
larry.thrall@vireoenergy.com,
www.vireoenergy.com
Provides CHP and cogen fnancing
including PPA, operating and capital
leases, debt, equity and structured
fnancing.
VOITH TURBO BHS GETRIEBE
GMBH
Hans-Boeckler-Str 7, Sonthofen D-87527,
Germany, +498321802502,
FAX:+498321802685,
info.bhs@voith.com, www.bhs-getriebe.de
Supplies turbo gears, rotor turning gears
and couplings for PG. Produces gear units
for gas, steam, and water turbines, and
pumping applications up to 170 MW or
100,000 rpm.
VOITH TURBO GMBH & CO
KG
Voithstr 1, Crailsheim 74564, Germany,
+497951320, FAX:+49795132500,
industry@voith.com, www.voith.com
Supplies variable-speed drives, fuid
couplings, geared variable-speed
couplings, variable-speed planetary gear
Vorecon and WinDrive torque converters,
gas turbine starting systems, turbo gear
units, torque-limiting couplings, Hirth
couplings and actuators/controllers for
turbomachinery.
VULCAN UTILITY SIGNS
901 Vulcan St, PO Box 1850, Foley, AL
36536-1850, USA, +18004261314,
FAX:+12519439290,
vulcan7@vulcaninc.com,
www.vulcaninc.com/vus
Manufactures custom, outdoor-durable
marking solutions. Primary markets
include pipelines, communications,
electrical power and water/wastewater.
W
WARREN & BAERG
MANUFACTURING INC
39950 Rd 108, Dinuba, CA 93618, USA,
+15595916790, FAX:+15595915728,
info@warrenbaerg.com,
www.warrenbaerg.com
Manufactures densifcation equipment
that converts waste into cubed energy
such as paper, cardboard, plastic, sludge,
wood, and biomass materials. Also
manufactures horizontal biomass grinding
systems and conveying systems.
WRTSIL CORP
John Stenbergin Ranta 2, Helsinki 00531,
Finland, +358107090000,
FAX:+358107095700,
media@wartsila.com, www.wartsila.com
Provides power plant operation and
lifetime care services in decentralised
power generation.
WASTE2ENERGY (EUROPE)
LTD
1 Bldgs, PO Box 1642, Salisbury SP2 0SE,
UK, +441264363807,
FAX:+441264723077,
sales@zeintlplc.com, www.zeintlplc.com
Designs, manufactures, supplies, installs
and services zero emissions waste-to-
energy/CHP, high-effciency, ZE organic
rankine cycle turnkey solutions to
generate clean, self-generated electricity
for grid independence and cost reduction.
WELLAND & TUXHORN
Gtersloher Str 257, Bielefeld D-33649,
Germany, +4952194180,
FAX:+495219418170,
thomas.mau@welland-tuxhorn.de,
www.welland-tuxhorn.de
Manufactures special control valves and
hydraulic actuators.
WEST SALEM MACHINERY
CO
665 Murlark Ave NW, PO Box 5288, Salem,
OR 97304, USA, +15033642213,
FAX:+15033641398,
info@westsalem.com,
www.westsalem.com
Offers fbre preparation and processing
machinery and complete systems
including feeders, pre- and post-screens,
grinders, shredders, and hammermills.
Provides manufacturing with customised
installations worldwide for more than 60
years.
WOLF MATERIAL HANDLING
SYSTEMS
12680 Industrial Blvd, Elk River, MN
55330, USA, +17635769040,
FAX:+17635769070,
sales@wolfmhs.com, www.wolfmhs.com
Designs and manufactures industrial bulk
material handling systems/equipment
for pulp and paper, power generation,
resource recovery, mining, chemical, and
manufacturing. Offers complete in-house
engineering/design, manufacturing,
assembly, and installation.
WOOD GROUP GTS
15 Justice Mill Ln, Aberdeen AB11 6EQ,
UK, +441224367200,
FAX:+441224367201,
gts@woodgroup.com,
www.woodgroupgts.com
Provides operations, maintenance, repair
and overhaul services for gas and steam
turbines, generators, and other high-speed
rotating equipment, including pumps and
compressors.
WOOD GROUP GTS
15600 JFK Bvld, Suite 500, Houston, TX
77032, USA, +12812275600,
FAX:+12812275655,
gts@woodgroup.com,
www.woodgroupgts.com
Provides operations, maintenance, repair
and overhaul services for gas and steam
turbines, generators, and other high-speed
rotating equipment, including pumps and
compressors.
WOODWARD GOVERNOR
CO GMBH
Handwerkstr 29, Stuttgart 70565,
Germany, +49711789540,
FAX:+4971178954100,
stgt-info@woodward.com,
www.woodward.com/smart-power
Offers genset controls and protection
relays for engines and more.
WORKHORSE POWER INC
19237 Northpine Dr, Spring, TX 77388,
USA, +12812887042,
FAX:+12812880211,
chip@workhorsepower.com,
www.workhorsepower.com
Supplies replacement parts for the VHP
series Waukesha engines.
THE WORLD ALLIANCE FOR
DECENTRALIZED ENERGY -
WADE
1513 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036,
USA, +12026675600,
FAX:+12023153719,
info@localpower.org, www.localpower.org
Operates as an organisation whose
mission is to accelerate decentralised
energy markets.
WRC PLC
Frankland Rd, Blagrove, Swindon SN5 8YF,
UK, +441793865000,
FAX:+441793865001,
solutions@wrcplc.co.uk, www.wrcplc.co.uk
Provides consulting in the water, waste
and environment sectors.
WRSI CONSULTING GROUP
LLC
12623 SE 83rd Ct, Newcastle, WA 98056,
USA, +12066863235,
FAX:+14252777893, psp@wrsi.info,
www.resourcewaste.com
Provides international waste management
and strategic planning, specialising in
resource protection and recovery.
X
XERGI LTD
823 Salisbury House, 29 Finsbury Circus,
London EC2M 5QQ, UK, +441483740228,
FAX:+441483600098, mail@xergi.com,
www.xergi.com
Provides biogas plants with CHP and
operation and maintenance services.
XIAMEN POWERWAY
ADVANCED MATERIAL CO
LTD
3007-3008, 89, Anling, Huli Developing
Zone, Xiamen, Fujian, China,
+865925601404,
FAX:+865925745822,
victorchan@qualitymaterial.net,
www.powerwaywafer.com
Y
YOUNG & FRANKLIN INC
942 Old Liverpool Rd, Liverpool, NY 13088,
USA, +13154573110,
FAX:+13154579204, esohne@yf.com,
www.yf.com
Manufactures valves, actuators (electric,
hydraulic and electrohydrastatic) and
more.
Z
ZILKHA BIOMASS ENERGY
LLC
1001 McKinney, Suite 1925, Houston, TX
77002, USA, +17139799961,
FAX:+17136519961,
info@zilkhabiomass.com,
www.zilkhabiomass.com
Offers patented technology on distributed,
biomass-fuelled CHP facilities.
ZOKMAN PRODUCTS INC
1220 E Gump Rd, Ft Wayne, IN
46845-9794, USA, +12606374038,
FAX:+12606375031,
zzokman@aol.com, www.zok.com
Offers gas turbine compressor cleaning
including ZOK 27 and ZOK mx cleaners.
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web: www.powergenbrasil.com
Pump/Turbomachinery
Symposia
Houston, TX, US
30 September 3 October 2013
LaDonna OHara, registrar,
Turbomachinery Laboratory, Texas
A&M University, 3254 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843 US
Tel: +1 979 862 1012
e-mail: ladonna@turbo-lab.
tamu.edu
web: http://turbolab.tamu.edu
POWER-GEN Asia
Bangkok, Thailand
24 October 2013
Lee Catania, PennWell
International, The Water Tower,
Gun Power Mills, Powdermill Lane,
Waltham Abbey, Essex EN9 1BN, UK
Tel: +44 1992 656 647
Fax: +44 1992 656 700
e-mail: leec@pennwell.com
web: www.powergenasia.com
Renewable Energy World
Asia
Bangkok, Thailand
24 October 2013
Crispin Coulson, PennWell
International, The Water Tower,
Gun Power Mills, Powdermill Lane,
Waltham Abbey, Essex EN9 1BN, UK
Tel: +44 1992 656 646
Fax: +44 1992 656 700
e-mail: crispinc@pennwell.com
web: www.powergenasia.com
COGENERATION DAYS 2013
Cestlice, nr Prague, Czech Republic
1315 October 2013
Olga Solarkov, COGEN Czech
e-mail: solarikova@cogen.cz
web: www.cogen.cz
22nd World Energy Congress
Daegu, South Korea
1317 October
WEC Daegu 2013 Organizing
Committee
Tel: +82 2 3489 4400
Fax: +82 2 3489 4499
e-mail: info@daegu2013.kr
web: www.daegu2013.kr
2nd International DHC+,
Research Conference
Brussels, Belgium
56 November 2013
Ingo Wagner,
DHC+ Technology Platform
web: www.cvent.com
POWER-GEN International
Orlando, FL, US
1214 November 2013
Stephanie Moore,
PennWell Corporation,
1421 South Sheridan Rd, Tulsa,
OK 74112, US
Tel: +1 918 832 9382
e-mail: stephaniem@pennwell.com
web: www.power-gen.com
Renewable Energy World
North America
Orlando, FL, US
1214 November 2013
Cassie Chitty,
PennWell Corporation,
1421 South Sheridan Rd, Tulsa,
OK 74112, US
Tel: +1 918 832 9597
e-mail: cassiec@pennwell.com
web: www.renewableenergyworld-
events.com
WADE Annual Conference
& Joint Meeting with the
Northeast Clean Heat and
Power Initiative
Boston, MA, US
1921 November 2013
David Sweet, WADE,
1513 16th Street NW,
Washington D.C. 20036, US
e-mail: dsweet@localpower.org
web: http://conference.
localpower.org/
CHPA Conference and
Awards Dinner 2013
London, UK
27 November 2013
UK CHPA, 6th Floor,
10 Dean Farrar Street, London,
SW1H 0DX, UK
Tel: +44 20 3031 8740
e-mail: info@chpa.co.uk
web: www.chpa.co.uk
Cogen Nederland
Symposium 2013
Driebergen, the Netherlands
29 November 2013
Kees den Blanken,
Princenhof Park 15+18,
Postbus 197, 3970 AD Driebergen,
the Netherlands
e-mail: kees.denblanken@cogen.nl
web: www.cogen.nl/
2014
World Biomass Power
Markets
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
35 February 2014
Nick Cressey, Southbank House,
Black Prince Road, Vauxhall,
London, SE1 7SJ, UK
Tel: +44 020 7099 0600
e-mail: biomass@
greenpowerconferences.com
web: www.greenpowerconferences.
com,
27th Annual Campus Energy
Conference & Distribution
Workshop
Atlanta, GA, US
17-21 February 2014
IDEA, 24 Lyman Street, Suite 230
Westborough, MA 01581, US
Tel: +1 508 366 9339
Fax: +1 508 366 0019
e-mail: idea@districtenergy.org
web: www.districtenergy.org
Russia Power
Moscow, Russian Federation
46 March 2014
Crispin Coulson,
PennWell International,
The Water Tower, Gun Power Mills,
Powdermill Lane, Waltham Abbey,
Essex EN9 1BN, UK
Tel: +44 1992 656 646
Fax: +44 1992 656 700
e-mail: crispinc@pennwell.com
web: www.russia-power.org
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The Solar Show Africa
Johannesberg, South Africa
1011 March 2014
Terrapinn Ltd, First Floor, Modular
Place, Turnberry Offce Park,
48 Grosvenor Road,
Bryanston 2021,
South Africa
Tel: +27 11 516 4015
Fax: +27 11 463 6000
e-mail: za@terrapinn.com
web: www.terrapinn.com
POWER-GEN Africa
Cape Town, South Africa
1719 March 2014
Lee Catania,
PennWell International,
The Water Tower, Gun Power Mills,
Powdermill Lane, Waltham Abbey,
Essex EN9 1BN, UK
Tel: +44 1992 656 647
Fax: +44 1992 656 700
e-mail: leec@pennwell.com
web: www.powergenafrica.com
Power & Electricity World
Asia
Singapore
2225 April 2014
Terrapinn Pte Ltd, 1 Harbourfront
Place, #18-01/06 Harbourfront
Tower 1, Singapore, 098633,
Tel: +65 6222 8550
Fax: +65 6226 3264
e-mail: enquiry.sg@terrapinn.com
web: www.terrapinn.com
POWER-GEN India &
Central Asia
New Delhi, India
57 May 2014
Sue McDermott,
PennWell International,
The Water Tower, Gun Power Mills,
Powdermill Lane, Waltham Abbey,
Essex EN9 1BN, UK
Tel: +44 1992 656 6326
Fax: +44 1992 656 700
e-mail: suemc@pennwell.com
web: www.power-genindia.com
Renewable Energy World
India
57 May 2014
Sue McDermott,
PennWell International,
The Water Tower, Gun Power Mills,
Powdermill Lane, Waltham Abbey,
Essex EN9 1BN, UK
Tel: +44 1992 656 6326
Fax: +44 1992 656 700
e-mail: suemc@pennwell.com
web: www.renewableenergyworld
india.com
POWER-GEN Europe
Cologne, Germany
35 June 2014
Crispin Coulson, PennWell Interna-
tional, The Water Tower, Gun Power
Mills, Powdermill Lane, Waltham
Abbey, Essex EN9 1BN, UK
Tel: +44 1992 656 646
Fax: +44 1992 656 700
e-mail: crispinc@pennwell.com
web: www.powergeneurope.com
Renewable Energy World
Europe
Lee Catania,
PennWell International,
The Water Tower, Gun Power Mills,
Powdermill Lane, Waltham Abbey,
Essex EN9 1BN, UK
Tel: +44 1992 656 647
Fax: +44 1992 656 700
e-mail: leec@pennwell.com
web: www.renewableenergyworld-
europe.com
IDEAs 105th Annual
Conference & Trade Show
Miami, FL, US
811 June 2013
International District Energy
Association (IDEA), 24 Lyman Street,
Suite 230 Westborough,
MA 01581, US
Tel: +1 508 366 9339
Fax: +1 508 366 0019
e-mail: idea@districtenergy.org
web: www.districtenergy.org
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