|Instant Online Access|
|North American Combustion Turbine Tool||$1,479|
|European Combustion Turbine Tool||$899|
|Latin American Combustion Turbine Tool||$699|
|North American Steam Turbine Tool||$1,079|
|European Steam Turbine Tool||$849|
|Latin American Steam Turbine Tool||$649|
These real-time tools provide a unique market sizing and detailed segmentation of installed combustion and steam turbine units in North America, Latin America and Europe (excluding offshore applications). The tools track turbines owned by utilities and independent power producers (IPPs), as well as industrial energy producers (IEPs) that produce power for proprietary infrastructure and plants.
Industrial Info's continually updated monitoring and research allow users to access real-time information about the combustion and steam turbine landscape. The dynamic structure of the tool allows a top-up market share analysis of leading combustion and steam turbine manufacturers by equipment type, capacity range, years of operation, model and end user.
Macro overviews provide a starting point for users to drill down to more specific information and include a range of categories:
- Topline Installed Base - This provides a broad overview of the installed base for turbines, allowing segmentation by country, unit type (heavy frame or aeroderivative), power usage (base, intermediate or peak), and end user (power-to-grid or industrial).
- Future Installed Trend - This provides information about units currently under construction and being developed by utilities, IPPs and IEPs. The analysis includes unit counts, megawatts to come online, and unit type.
- Manufacturer Market Shares - This overview details the market share and penetration of installed units for major OEM turbines, segmented by installed unit numbers and capacity ranges. This also includes peer analysis comparisons.
- Manufacturer Model Shares - This analysis includes market shares of the top 25 heavy frame and aeroderivative models, including turbine demographics for each major OME-based unit, ages and capacity ranges.
Other analyses focus specifically on utilities and IPPs and include current and historical numbers of installed turbines, unit type (combined-cycle, combined-cycle single-shaft, simple-cycle) and power usage.
The interactive nature of the tool allows subscribers to Industrial Info's PECWeb Power Tracker to drill down even further, clicking on any aspect of the report charts in the turbine platform and pulling up detailed unit and plant information contained within the platform, including owner, manufacturer, startup date, fuel type and more. Industrial Info's Combustion & Steam Turbine Market Share Analysis tools allow users to access a range of reports, from broad analytics to extremely detailed information about individual turbine units.