The McIlvaine Company

Market for Power Plant Air Pollution Control exceeds $20 billion/yr


Source: The McIlvaine Company

The market to supply products and services  to replace and maintain existing air pollution control systems at coal fired power plants exceeds $20 billion per year.  With the advent of IIoT and Remote O&M international suppliers can capture a large share of this market in developing as well as developed countries.

The strategy to pursue this opportunity will be outlined in a free webinar on August 22.

The strategy includes targeting the large purchasers and collaborating with other international or local suppliers to provide operations and maintenance support.  Here is an example of a partial forecast for one 660 MW unit.

EVN has multiple generation companies, one of which is Genco 3. The Viinh Tan 2 site has a total of 1330 MW of coal fired capacity with precipitators, SCR and seawater scrubbing. The plant was designed by Shanghai Electric with two sets of turbines and was erected in 2013. The seawater scrubbing contract was awarded to Alstom in 2011 for both 660 MW units. Alstom selected valves, pumps and other components as part of its proprietary seawater scrubber system design.

In the above example we provided forecasts just for Unit 1. However a program can be provided for all the power facilities. EVN operates 26,000 MW of coal fired, hydro and gas fired plants. Air pollution control purchases for all the plants exceed $40 million per year.

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