Electric Power

Generation, Transmission & Distribution

The Power Industry is the backbone of the industrial world, supplying essential energy to industrial, manufacturing, commercial and residential customers around the globe. In developed economies with mature power markets, investment is driven by transition of fuel and energy sources, increased environmental legislation and an ever-aging generation fleet and transmission/distribution infrastructure. In contrast, developing economies continue to expand their power bases to meet growing demand for electricity-starved regions. For these reasons, the Power Industry continues to have the largest investments and number of projects in the industrial world.

Industrial Info offers the most extensive market intelligence for the Power Industry, providing timely and accurate information.



Coverage within Industrial Info's Power Industry:

Our Power Industry Platform provides information on more than 48,000 operational and pre-commissioned plants, 37,000 active projects with a combined value of $6.30 trillion, as well as information on thousands of canceled or on-hold projects, hundreds of inactive and decommissioned facilities, and more than 130,400 individual unit profiles.

Of course, none of the details for plants and projects in the Power Industry would be complete without the vital contact information that provides direct contact with key decision-makers. Along with plant, project and unit information, contact details for more than 105,000 key decision-makers for projects and 120,000 key plant contacts are consistently verified and updated, providing you with direct access to the people you need to find!

Industrial Info also offers a range of additional industry data sets focused exclusively on power generation with detailed unit profiles and activity, renewable energy, coal-fired generation, environmental compliance, run-time data, emissions information, and long-term service agreements.

Additionally, our Transmission & Distribution coverage includes details on capital project spending, including grassroot substations and transmission systems, upgrades, modernizations, replacements, and other major capital expenditures.

  • Utilities
  • Municipality, cooperative, government-agency, and investor-owned utilities with generation capacities of 5 MW and greater.
  • Independent Power Producers (IPPs)
  • Non-utility generators, merchant and qualified facilities with generation capacities of 5 MW and greater.
  • Industrial Energy Producers (IEPs)
  • Owners of industrial manufacturing plants with on-site electric generation, back-up generation, or cogeneration of 5 MW and greater that are privately owned and operated.
  • Transmission & Distribution Systems (includes Utilities, IPP & IEP facilities)
  • Transmission and distribution lines 69kV and above, along with supporting substations.

View the full range of SIC codes and descriptions covered in our Power Industry Platform.

Power Projects

Industrial Info covers projects from the early planning stages through engineering and RFQs, to project completion.

Project Activities:

  • Grassroot/Greenfield Construction
  • Expansions
  • Refurbishments and Modernizations
  • Repowering
  • Fuel conversions
  • Equipment additions, upgrades and retrofits
  • Combined-cycle conversions
  • Nuclear plant relicensing
  • Life-extension projects
  • Generator uprates
  • Control system upgrades
  • Demolition
  • Environmental projects
  • Scheduled maintenance outages

Project Information:

  • Project/Plant owners
  • Project location
  • Total Investment Value (TIV)
  • Project scope details
  • Project schedule
  • Key equipment, material and service needs
  • Key project milestones, including dates for authorization for expenditure (AFE), requests for quotations (RFQs), bid documents, project kick-off & completion
  • Contracted firms and more

Power Unit Maintenance Events

Industrial Info provides access to historic, ongoing and future unit maintenance outages at power stations across the globe. Planned and unplanned outages are thoroughly monitored and continually updated, providing information on each unit including:

  • Start dates and anticipated completion dates
  • Unit name
  • Details of the cause of the outage
  • Progress of repairs, if applicable
  • Unit and plant capacity, heat rate and load details
  • Owner and operator name, plant name and address
  • Telephone and email information for key plant contacts

Power Plants

Our Platform includes detailed plant profiles for operational, pre-commissioned and decommissioned facilities. Industrial Info provides contact details for key managers with decision-making responsibility, along with mailing addresses, phone numbers and email addresses.

Each plant profile includes:

  • Plant owner & parent company
  • Physical & mailing addresses
  • Telephone numbers
  • SIC descriptions
  • Startup date
  • Employee count
  • Union status
  • Key management contact details
  • Plant contact email address

Power Assets

Units

Access to information on installed power units, decommissioned and pre-commissioned units around the world. Details are provided across all industries and include units owned by independent energy producers, utilities, and industrial energy producers (captive power plants).

Unit profiles include:

  • Unit type
  • Primary and secondary fuel types
  • Owner and plant name
  • Power usage (base load, intermediate, peaking)
  • Mailing and physical addresses
  • Design and operating capacity
  • Key plant contact information, and more

GenStack

GenStack integrates actual generation data and emissions output data with IIR's Power Unit coverage to provide a better analytical tool for identifying future spending opportunities in relationship to unit operations, maintenance and emissions compliance.

Presented in user-friendly formats that include analytical reports, charts, graphs and data tables, GenStack provides a complete plant/unit operational overview, including startups, hourly run-times, data on emission releases (NOx, SOx, and CO2), heat-rate changes, run-time percentages, and generation by fuel type with hourly, daily and monthly snapshots.

GenStack is available for U.S.-based power plants that are monitored by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Turbines

Industrial Info's Turbine Drive Search offers details on turbines that support power stations across the world. Coverage includes turbines that support power stations, including combustion, steam, wind and hydro, as well as reciprocating internal combustion engines. Users can obtain information on the manufacturer, environmental controls installed, model numbers, and the Last Stage Blade (LSB) size. On the Generator side, we identify the kV ratings where possible.

Information includes:

  • Unit name
  • Primary and secondary fuel types
  • Plant owner
  • Unit capacity
  • Generator manufacturer and information
  • Physical and mailing addresses
  • Gas turbine inlet cooling
  • Environmental controls
  • E&C information
  • Capacity/heat rate
  • Start/stop dates
  • Power usage (base load, intermediate, peaking), and more

Boilers

Industrial Info provides profiles of boilers used in the Power Industry throughout the world. Details are available for boilers owned by utilities, independent energy producers, and industrial energy producers (captive power plants).

Profiles include:

  • Boiler make and model
  • Boiler type
  • Unit name
  • Primary and secondary fuel types
  • Plant owner
  • Physical and mailing addresses
  • Capacity, pressure, temperature
  • Start/stop dates
  • Power usage (base load, intermediate, peaking)
  • E&C information
  • Key plant contacts, and more

Long-Term Service Agreements (LTSA)

Industrial Info's Long-Term Service Agreement (LTSA) intelligence is integrated seamlessly with the Unit and Plant information to help users track the details of LTSAs and preferred contractors for the Power Industry.

The LTSA Intelligence helps you recognize key third-party players in the daily operations of plants, identifies opportunities to pursue associated maintenance or capital work, and detects key competitors specific to a plant or unit. Search using your own criteria to track LTSA contractors by geography or company. Build queries around LTSAs expiring in specific time periods, or discover where certain LTSA contractors are currently contracted and for what type of craft or trade.

LTSA information for the Power Industry includes details on heavy-frame combustion turbines throughout the world and wind turbines in North America. Industrial Info is expanding our Power LTSA coverage beyond the turbine level to identify plant-level LTSAs for the boiler, water treatment and balance-of-plant services in North American power plants.

Analytics Products

Industrial Info's Power Analytics Products help supplement our online platform and give our clients a long-term view of where spending is expected to be and its major trends or drivers.

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