BOSTON, April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chinese market for electric buses has sharply dropped as subsidies disappear. India has announced energetic moves to replace 150,000 diesel buses. That and more modest moves elsewhere are likely to keep deliveries, as appraised by analysts IDTechEx in the report, "Electric Buses 2019 - 2029".

"We have tracked this market for 20 years, so we have good insights and inputs," says lead author Dr Peter Harrop who is also Chairman of the company. "However, things are moving so fast now that we have completely rewritten this years' edition. For example, we get behind why there are now large supercapacitor buses in seven countries. Aside from regional and supplier aspects of many categories of electric bus, we assess the impact of fuel cells, new power electronics, more motors per vehicle, autonomy, energy harvesting and energy storage bodywork and new charging options, such as at speed on the new solar roads."

With excellent bus designs, Tata Motors is now participating in tender bids for all state transport corporations in India and others are also active.

Tata Motors will finish the delivery of 255 electric buses to six states within three months. The company took the contracts from the state transport corporations (STCs) under the FAME I scheme.

One order includes 80 buses from Bengal, 40 each from Jammu and Kashmir, Lucknow, Indore and Jaipur and 15 from Assam. Under the FAME (Faster Adoption and Manufacture of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles) scheme, 60% of the bus price is contributed by the Centre while the rest is provided by the states. Contrast China with zero subsidy next year.

Besides supplying the buses, Tata is providing charging stations at bus depots with each station.

"With a full load and AC in full blast, one full charge will have a range of 150km," said Rohit Srivastava, product line head of passenger commercial vehicles, Tata Motors who was in Calcutta for the handover of the buses.

"The range also depends on the traffic conditions and how the buses are driven," he added.

The 120kw battery will be fully charged in 2.5 hours. The company is also providing facilities for intermediate charging, which will take 30 minutes to top-up.

"There is a spectrum of choice extending to Swiss ABB doing partial top up and supercapacitor buses doing full charge both in 10 seconds but more points are needed along the route. Business cases are improving at different rates and coming from left field is the very different option of a swarm of multi-tasking robot shuttles," says Harrop.

Asked if the FAME II incentives will encourage battery manufacture in the country, Srivastava said, "Energy storage is an imperative for the industry but it will depend on the explosion of usage of electric vehicles."

IDTechEx forecasts this in a new report, "Energy Storage for Electric Buses and Trucks 2019-2029". Some findings are that such energy storage, already a big business, will rapidly drop in value share of a bus or truck's overall cost but still see strong overall market growth. Of the two, truck energy storage will rapidly become by far the biggest storage market.

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CLEVELAND, April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Solar energy provide POWERHOME Solar will begin installing solar panels on Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians, in the upcoming months.

The Indians continue to be among the industry leaders in taking a proactive approach to supporting various environmental initiatives to reduce the carbon footprint at the stadium. This new solar array will be located on the roof behind home plate and will help further reduce energy costs and expand the Indians' sustainability initiatives.

"The Cleveland Indians organization is committed to helping preserve the environment by using advanced energy and green options," said Jerry Crabb, Indians Senior Director of Ballpark Operations. "We understand the responsibility of being environmentally conscious within the walls of Progressive Field and beyond. Using sustainable technologies is not only good for the community, but good for baseball."

POWERHOME Solar, headquartered in Mooresville, N.C., is one of the fastest growing American companies to specialize in solar energy and roofing services, and will help the Indians maximize energy efficiency, reduce energy costs, and further minimize their carbon footprint. 

"Progressive Field is the first Major League Baseball (MLB) facility to utilize POWERHOME Solar to help meet sustainability goals," said Jayson Waller, founder and CEO of POWERHOME Solar. "Large commercial sites like this help us educate consumers about the simplicity and benefits of renewable energy. We hope to encourage thousands of Indians fans to consider renewable energy and think more about the environment."

POWERHOME Solar, the leading residential rooftop solar energy provider in seven states, is working with NFL and MLB franchises, academic institutions and professional athletes to help build stronger, healthier communities across the U.S. For more information, visit www.powerhome.com.

About POWERHOME Solar

POWERHOME Solar is an American company specializing in solar energy and roofing services. The company launched in 2015, in Mooresville, N.C. Today, it has nearly 700 employees and is the largest residential provider of solar energy solutions in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia, and has previously earned distinction as one of the top 100 fastest-growing private companies in America (2017 Inc. 500).

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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Solar Rooftop Market Outlook in India and Impact Analysis of SRISTI Scheme till 2022" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

Examining state wise opportunities for grid-connected solar rooftop applications and market sizing for discoms, OEMs, EPC contractors, project developers into residential, industrial, commercial and government segments

The government of India is projected to make an investment by giving subsidies to the amount of USD 3.3 Billion for scaling up the solar rooftop installations in the country under Sustainable Rooftop Implementation for Solar Transfiguration of India (Sristi) Scheme

The economics of solar power has improved in India. It's a far more cost-competitive source of electricity generation than it was a decade back or more. The sharp decline witnessed in the module and installation cost of the solar photovoltaic systems in the country and all across the globe has been a significant reason for such a development, and have also pulled up the solar power capacities higher than before.

Presently, India boasts a solar power installed capacity of 24 GW, which was not even 1 GW in mid-2000s. Solar's changing economics is already influencing the business consumption and investments and given the push from the Indian government, the sector is progressing towards a multi-faceted growth. Talking about consumption, a new demand segment for solar power is picking up the trend i.e. solar rooftops.

A good number of companies especially the PSUs with large physical footprints and high power costs are switching towards installing commercial-scale rooftop solar systems, often at less than the current price of buying power from a discom. Also, for the industrial belts where power requirement is massive and congestion in the transmission lines is also high, rooftop systems can be utilized to get some respite.

For instance, as per the latest developments it is to be noted that the premises of Power Grid Corporation in Madhya Pradesh shall be installing solar rooftop systems for its self-consumption and is anticipated to get the electricity at a tariff of INR 1.58/unit, which is way cheaper than what they use to pay erstwhile to the discoms. Similarly, many other government buildings in the state have decided to go ahead with solar rooftop systems with the per unit electricity cost to be INR 1.67.

This has been achievable with the deployment of RESCO programme in the state. The RESCO model facilitates the beneficiary consumer to buy solar power with zero upfront investment and at a tariff much below the prevailing DISCOM rates. Likewise, the government has been coming out with various other schemes, policies and incentives for increasing capacity additions from solar rooftop systems in order to achieve the target of 40 GW by 2022.

Business Case for Solar Rooftop Segment in India

  • 40 GW of grid-connected solar power capacity in India is targeted to come through rooftop solar power installations by 2022
  • In a bid to promote production and usage of non-conventional energy in the State, Chhattisgarh government approved the solar power policy in June 2017- under which grid connectivity facility shall be provided up to 10 kilowatt
  • Grid-connected solar rooftop and small solar power plants programme to scale up a budget from INR 600 crores during 12th FYP to INR 5000 crores for implementation over a period of five years up to 2019-20 under National Solar Mission (NSM)
  • 15% government subsidy for non-commercial and non-industrial categories for using domestic solar panels
  • With the constant effort of the Ministry, State Electricity Regulatory Commissions of seventeen states have notified regulatory framework on net-metering /feed-in tariff to encourage rooftop solar plants
  • Government proposes INR 23,450 crores of rooftop solar scheme named SRISTI
  • In many Indian states and market segments, the cost of electricity (LCOE) of rooftop solar is already lower than the existing average grid rates of tariffs
  • Rooftop solar is already achieving grip parity in the residential sectors in states such as Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Rajasthan
  • In the government sector rooftop solar has become competitive in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh , Karnataka, Haryana and Andhra Pradesh
  • In other states, the gap b/w rooftop solar and conventional sources of electricity are fast decreasing

Key Highlights - Top current set of incentives for solar rooftops in India

  • Capital Subsidies - Capital subsidy of 30% is applicable to residential, institutional and social sector rooftop solar power plants for General Category States/UTs and Up to 70% of the benchmark cost for the Special Category States i.e. North Eastern States including Sikkim, Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Lakshadweep, Andaman & Nicobar Island
  • Tax Benefits - Direct and indirect tax benefits such as sales tax, excise duty exemptions and custom duty exceptions have been given. Project developers were exempted from income tax on all earnings from a project in its first 10 years of operation and accelerated depreciation (AD) for solar energy producers to claim 40% of the costs in the first year itself
  • Net Metering Incentives - The electricity generated could also be used for self-consumption with the net metering approach. A net metering mechanism allows for a two-way flow of electricity wherein the consumer is billed only for the net' electricity supplied by the discoms
  • Assured Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) - The electricity generated from solar PV rooftop could be entirely fed into the grid at regulated feed-in-tariffs (FiT). State utilities guarantee the purchase of solar power through a PPA which offers a high price equal to that of the peaking power on demand for the solar power which is secondary power or negative load and an intermittent energy source on a daily basis
  • Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) - RECs are tradable certificates that provide an incentive to those who generate green power by providing financial incentives for every unit of power they generate. The solar PV rooftop is eligible for issuance of renewable energy certificate (RECs) as specified under Central Electricity Regulatory Commission

Report Insights

  • Assessing the rooftop solar market in India till 2022
  • Examining the current & futuristic market size for inverter suppliers, project developers, EPC contractors in installing solar rooftop systems to 2022
  • State -attractiveness indexation for determining major demand centres for solar rooftop systems in India till 2022
  • Impact analysis of SRISTI scheme in uplifting the grid-connected solar rooftop capacities till 2022
  • Evaluating opportunities in off-grid and decentralized solar rooftop applications to 2022
  • Examining policy and regulatory track for solar rooftop market in India
  • Examining the current & futuristic market size for players in setting up solar rooftop systems at industrial, commercial, residential, government and social institution buildings

Key Topics Covered:

  1. An overview of rooftop market in India
  2. Key policies & initiatives for solar rooftop PV systems at the central and state level
  3. Business case evaluation for solar rooftop systems in India to 2022
  4. Examining opportunities in off-grid and decentralized solar rooftop applications
  5. Impact analysis of SRISTI scheme on the grid integrated solar rooftop segment to 2022
  6. Evaluating gains for industrial consumers to 2022: Examining tariff and operation based D2I model for all major discoms in India for rooftop installations
  7. Evaluating gains for large domestic consumers to 2022: Examining tariff and operation based D2I model for all major discoms in India for rooftop installations
  8. Evaluating gains for government buildings & institutions to 2022: Examining tariff and operation based D2I model for all major discoms in India for rooftop installations
  9. Evaluating gains for power distribution companies to 2022
  10. Region wise market sizing for solar rooftop systems and identifying major demand centres to 2022
  11. Sector-wise market opportunity examination for solar rooftop systems - determining market size for players in industrial, commercial, residential and government sector
  12. Policy & regulatory track for solar rooftop market in India
  13. Market opportunity sizing for OEMs, EPC contractors, project developers etc. to 2022
  14. Issues and challenges for solar rooftop market in India
  15. Best fit filtration of solar rooftop future market potential with likely tariff matrix
  16. State wise best consumer fit analysis for rooftop market to 2022

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XI'AN, China, 3 de abril de 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Los módulos bifaciales de LONGi Solar han sido instalados sobre una innovadora torre modular de madera en Chile.

La Torre Experimental Peñuelas fue desarrollada y producida por el Centro de Innovación en Madera de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile como prueba de concepto para un método de construcción rápido y sostenible.

En total, se han instalado, 15 de las 60 células Mono PERC bifaciales de LONGi (módulos LR6-60BP-300M). Aproximadamente 1,5kW miran al norte con una inclinación del 33% con 3kW de instalación plana.

Fraunhofer Center for Solar Energy Technologies (CSET) monitoreará el desempeño del sistema con cuatro células de referencia (2x plano del arreglo 2x albedo) con instalación coplanar para medir el plano del arreglo y la radiación del albedo de los dos subsistemas antes mencionados (inclinado y plano) y mediciones de temperatura para ayudar a entender el desempeño de esta innovadora planta comercial.

La instalación fue finalizada por ICG y Fleischmann, compañías nacionales que trabajan en energía solar, y tuvo el patrocinio de Chilquinta, operadora de distribución de red.

El sistema ya ha sido conectado al sistema nacional de red y, en este momento, se están esperando los permisos finales para facturación neta de la operadora de distribución de la red.

"Chile en particular tiene una enorme oportunidad de maximizar los beneficios de la energía solar bifacial. Es un privilegio ayudar a Fraunhofer CSET en su misión de construir una economía solar en Chile", dijo Richard For, vicepresidente de LONGi Solar. "Recoger datos reales del campo es tremendamente importante para el desarrollo de la energía solar bifacial. Además de ayudar a los integradores de sistemas a entender más sobre el diseño y la instalación, también construye un cuerpo de evidencias para impulsar proyectos bifaciales hacia una generalización de los beneficios".

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Equipped with Casio's Triple Sensor Version 3 Technology, the new timepieces include a direction sensor for compass readings, pressure sensor for altimeter/barometer readings and a thermo sensor for temperature. The altimeter has a higher resolution (1-meter vs. 5-meter increments) and provides faster measurements than its predecessors by four seconds (1-second intervals vs. 5-second intervals). For those who enjoy going off trail, each timepiece is outfitted with a digital compass with bearing memory.

Additionally, the new models feature Casio's Tough Solar Power technology, which consists of a solar panel system that converts light to electricity and eliminates the need for battery changes. Users don't have to worry about sustaining a charge as the new models consume 90 percent less battery than earlier models.

Designed with a compact case and aluminum bezel, the new timepieces also offer water resistance up to 100 meters, 1/10th stopwatch, four daily alarms, 48-city world time, countdown timer, and more. 

The vivid blue PRG330-2A, orange PRG330-4A, and yellow PRG330-9A will be available nationwide in April for a MSRP of $200 at select jewelry and watch retailers, Casio.com and PROTREK.Casio.com

About PRO TREK
PRO TREK is a line of men's watches designed and engineered to make them essential pieces of outdoor gear including Tough Solar Power, Triple Sensor Technology (i.e. altimeter/barometer, digital compass and thermometer), low temperature and water resistance, daily alarms, a stopwatch, and more. Whether individuals enjoy hiking, camping, mountain biking or hunting, Casio's PRO TREK collection offers rugged, stylish and versatile timepieces for men with features that enhance any outdoor experience. For additional information on Casio's PRO TREK line of timepieces, please visit www.PROTREK.Casio.com.

About Casio America, Inc.
Casio America, Inc., Dover, N.J., is the U.S. subsidiary of Casio Computer Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, one of the world's leading manufacturers of consumer electronics and business equipment solutions. Established in 1957, Casio America, Inc. markets calculators, keyboards, digital cameras, mobile presentation devices, disc title and label printers, watches, cash registers and other consumer electronic products. Casio has strived to fulfill its corporate creed of "creativity and contribution" through the introduction of innovative and imaginative products. For more information, visit www.casiousa.com.

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LONDON, April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- BMI Group, the largest manufacturer of flat and pitched roofing and waterproofing solutions throughout Europe, today opens its new Technology Hub in Reading.

The Hub marks a multi-million-pound investment in technology and people for BMI and is part of Standard Industries' global mission to transform the industry.

Rich Robinson, Chief Technology Officer at Standard Industries, parent company of BMI, commented: "Digital transformation is about empowering the customer by taking the friction out of buying a roofing system. The new BMI Technology Hub is part of our commitment to leverage emerging technologies and lead the way in becoming a truly tech-driven building materials and construction company."

BMI is making a major commitment to accelerate the integration of data and digital capabilities into the manufacturing of high-quality roofing and waterproofing solutions. The company is also deploying machine learning to advance and automate its production and services as well as the development of a competitive, integrated solar roof.

BMI's significant investments in proprietary technologies continue to enhance the group's industry-leading roofing and waterproofing solutions and services.  They enable BMI to offer innovative platforms that will make identifying, selecting, delivering and installing a roofing system a seamless and integrated process for both the customer and contractor.

Shreyas Mysore, Chief Information Officer of BMI Group, expressed big ambitions for the centre's growth. "The BMI Technology Hub will grow into a sophisticated centre for technology and IT innovation. We have many exciting opportunities for technologists, and plans to branch into sectors ripe for technological development and disruption."

BMI chose Reading as a regional powerhouse of IT, technology and research excellence. Located in the Thames Valley "Silicon Corridor," with excellent transport links to London and deep connections with world-renowned universities, Reading has a first-class tech ecosystem of companies, infrastructure, and talent for BMI to collaborate with.  

About BMI Group

BMI Group, a Standard Industries company, is the largest manufacturer of flat and pitched roofing and waterproofing solutions throughout Europe. With 128 production facilities and operations in Europe, parts of Asia and Africa, the company brings more than 165 years of experience. More than 9,500 employees give established brands like Braas, Monier, Icopal, Bramac, Cobert, Coverland, Everguard, Monarflex, Redland, Sealoflex, Siplast, Vedag, Villas, Wierer, and Wolfin a face to the customer. BMI Group is headquartered in London. Learn more at www.bmigroup.com.

About Standard Industries

Standard Industries is a global industrial company with 15,000 employees in over 80 countries. Our industry leading businesses include GAF, BMI Group, Schiedel, Siplast, SGI and GAF Energy. Key related investment businesses include strategic investment firm 40 North and Winter Properties, a real estate investment management and development company. Through R&D, innovation, supply chain enhancement and social impact efforts we are leading the transformation of our industries. Learn more at www.standardindustries.com.

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ENGIE inaugurated today its first PowerCorner in the Zambian village of Chitandika in presence of Matthew Nkhuwa, the Zambian Minister of Energy, ENGIE’s leadership team as well as local stakeholders. Chitandika, located in the East of Zambia, counts 378 households (1500 inhabitants) who previously were deprived access to electricity. With the installation of this first PowerCorner, ENGIE confirms its progress in off-grid renewable energy solutions to improve electricity access in Africa.

This mini-grid provides energy to households and local businesses and supports public services such as the Rural Health Centre and 2 schools. ENGIE’s PowerCorner will foster economic development by enabling other electrical productive uses (such as water pumping for agriculture use or carpentry and welding machines) and by triggering business opportunities for entrepreneurs in the village.

PowerCorner Zambia

ENGIE has successfully developed its own approach to mini-grids for the electrification of villages in Tanzania in addition to Zambia with a total of 13 mini-grids in operation or construction. ENGIE is pursuing its goal to develop 2,000 mini-grids by 2025 in Africa enabling 2.5 million people, entrepreneurs, SMEs and local businesses to access renewable, reliable and cost-effective energy.

As part of its decentralized energy developments, ENGIE is also expanding Fenix, its solar home system business. Since the launch of its operations in Zambia in October 2017, ENGIE Fenix has reached 70,000 customers in the country, supplying 350,000 people with clean lighting and power. To date, Fenix has sold over 400,000 solar home systems across Uganda, Zambia, Nigeria, the Ivory Coast and Benin, changing the lives of over 2 million people.

Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE, said: “At ENGIE, we believe that universal access to electricity is possible in the foreseeable future thanks to a smart combination of national grid extensions, mini-grids and solar home systems, depending on the local characteristics of energy demand. ENGIE is already present along the whole spectrum of solutions with its subsidiaries PowerCorner and Fenix for off-grid solutions, and utility-scale grid connected generation such as Kathu, our 100 MW concentrated solar power plant in South Africa. Within a constantly changing world, it is ENGIE’s role to make a cost-efficient zero-carbon transition possible for the benefit of the African population.”

Today, more than 600 million people or 60% of the population living in sub-Saharan Africa do not have access to electricity.

ENGIE is already a leader in off-grid electrification in Africa, offering clean, safe and reliable decentralised electricity from its mini-grids and SHS to more than 2 million people living in multiple African countries.

ENGIE’s goal is to provide 20 million people around the world with decarbonised, decentralised energy supply by 2020 using the latest digital technologies.

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ROCKVILLE, Md.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Standard Solar, Inc., a leading solar energy company specializing in the development and financing of solar electric systems nationwide, has expanded with a new office located in downtown Chicago. The new solar project financing office supports the increasing need for turnkey solar financing in the Midwest and the demand expected as a result of the Illinois Power Agency’s Adjustable Block Program (ABP).

The ABP is an Illinois state-administered incentive program for new solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. It provides payments in exchange for 15 years of renewable energy credits (RECs) generated by new residential and small- to medium-sized commercial solar PV systems. These payments, made by Illinois utilities, vary depending on the size of the system and where it is located. Incentives are being made available through the Future Energy Jobs Act legislation that passed in late 2016 and went into effect June 1, 2017.

“The ABP has received an overwhelming response demonstrating Illinois’ growing demand for renewable energy,” explained Harry Benson, Director of Business Development for Standard Solar. “Our new Chicago office will provide quick and convenient project financing support for 500 kw and larger commercial and industrial or community solar projects in this rapidly expanding program.”

The State of Illinois specifically, and the Midwest more generally, is fully embracing the potential of Distributed Generation (DG) solar. Illinois’ immediate goal is to be delivering one million megawatt hours of DG solar RECs per year by 2020. Beyond 2020, the Illinois Commerce Commission will be required to update its plan for future RECs.

The new office builds upon Standard Solar’s expansion into more than six new states in 2018, including Minnesota, Colorado, California and Michigan. The Chicago solar project financing office can be reached at: 312-423-3614.

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Standard Solar, Inc. is a leading solar energy company specializing in the development and financing of solar electric systems nationwide. Dedicated to making Distributed Generation (DG) solar more accessible to businesses, institutions, governments and utilities, the company is forging the path for clean, renewable energy development through turnkey solutions. With more than 100 megawatts installed, financed and maintained, Standard Solar is one of the most trusted and respected solar companies in the US. Owned by Énergir, a leading energy provider with more than $5.8 billion US in assets, Standard Solar operates nationally and is headquartered in Rockville, Md. For more information, please visit www.standardsolar.com.

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NEW YORK, April 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Cooling Towers in US$ Thousand by the following End Use Segments: Air Conditioning/HVAC Applications, Heavy Industrial & Utility Applications, Chemical Industry, and Other Applications.

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The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2016 through 2024. Also, a five-year historic analysis is provided for these markets. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are primarily based on public domain information including company URLs.

The report profiles 69 companies including many key and niche players such as:
- Baltimore Aircoil Company
- BERG Chilling Systems, Inc.
- Bell Cooling Towers
- Brentwood Industries, Inc.
- B&W SPIG
- Composite Cooling Solutions

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COOLING TOWERS MCP-2
MARKET ANALYSIS, TRENDS, AND FORECASTS, JANUARY 2
CONTENTS
1. Introduction, Methodology & Product Definitions
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
Product Definitions and Scope of Study
Cooling Tower Systems
Air Conditioning/HVAC Applications
Heavy Industrial & Utility Applications
Chemicals & Petrochemicals
Other Applications


2. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

A Popular Type of Heat Exchanger, Cooling Towers Play a Key Role in Industrial Process Heat Management
Table 1: A Critical Capital Investment for Industries Where Cooling Forms an Important Part of Production/ Manufacturing Processes, Cooling Towers Represents One of the Largest Segments of the Heat Exchangers Market: % Share of Cooling Towers in the Global Heat Exchangers Market for the Years 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
With Global GDP Now Plateauing, It is a Mixed Bag of Opportunities & Challenges for the Cooling Towers Market
Table 2: Encouraging Growth Forecast for Companies with Winning Culture Anchored to Innovation Even as Recovery in Global GDP Plateaus at 3.7% through 2019: World Real GDP Growth Rates in % by Country/Region for the Period 2016 to 2019 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Global PMI Weakens Through the 12-Months of 2018, Triggering Concerns Over the Health of the Manufacturing Industry in 2019
Table 3: As One of the Most Closely Watched Economic Indicators, the PMI Growth Movement Keeps the Industry on the Edge With Anxious Anticipation: Global Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) for the Years 2010 through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 4: Industry Stakeholders Hold Their Breath as Manufacturing Output Prepares for a Dip in 3 of the World’s Largest Economies: Manufacturing Output Growth (In %) for the Years 2017 through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Key Market Trends, Drivers & Challenges
Artificial Intelligence & Electronification of Controls Make a Disruptive Impact on Cooling Tower Performance Monitoring & Operation
Table 5: Growing Prominence of Robotic & Intelligent Process Automation in the Era of Smart Factories to Drive the Commercial Value of Cooling Towers With Electronic Controls: Global Spending on Robotic Process Automation & Intelligent Process Automation (In US$ Million) for the Years 2016, 2018, 2020 and 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
As Hidden Profit Centers, Energy Efficient Cooling Towers Grow in Prominence
Table 6: Energy Efficient Cooling Towers Win the Race Against the Backdrop of Growing Popularity of Energy Audits & the Ensuing Spotlight on Cooling Towers as the Most Neglected Process Equipment With the Potential for Energy Optimization: Global Investments in Energy Efficiency (In US$ Billion) for the Years 2016 and 2018 by Region (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 7: Undeniable Productivity Benefits of Industrial Energy Efficiency Measures to Spur the Commercial Value of Energy Efficient Cooling Towers: Global Investments in Energy Efficiency (In US$ Billion) for the Years 2016 and 2018 by Industry (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Medley of Factors Dole Out Challenges & Opportunities in Equal Measure for Cooling Towers in the Global Oil Refining Market
Table 8: With Growth Skewed Towards Alternative Liquid Fuels, Oil Refineries Face a High Risk Exposure as the Oil Shake Up Marks the Transition Towards a Low Carbon Economy: Global Liquid Fuel Cumulative Demand Growth (In 000 Barrels Per Day) by Type for the Years 2018 Through 2013 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 9: Realities of Lower Gasoline & Diesel Consumption Juxtaposed by Higher Refining Requirements to Produce Low Sulfur Fuel Steps up the Pressure on Refineries top Adapt to Making Modern Fuels: Global Annual Demand for Refined Oil Products (In 000 Barrels Per Day) for the Years 2018, 2021 & 2023 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 10: Cornering a Large Percentage of New Refining Capacity Additions, Developing Regions & the U.S. Emerge as Lucrative Pockets of Growth for Cooling Towers in the Oil Refining Sector: Global Gross New Refining Capacity Additions & Expansions (In 000 Barrels Per Day) by Region for the Years 2018, 2021 & 2023 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Recovery in Construction Activity Spurs Demand for Rooftop Packaged HVAC Cooling Towers
Table 11: Steady Gains in Construction Industry & Mandatory Building Energy Efficiency Provisions to Drive Opportunities for HVAC Cooling Towers: Global Construction Spending (In US$ Billion) for the Years 2018, 2022 and 2025 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 12: Cooling Towers Emerge Into a More Desirable Solution for HVAC Cooling Needs in Buildings Supported by the Smart Connectivity Benefits Offered by Building Automation Systems (BAS): Global Market for BAS (In US$ Billion) for the Years 2016, 2018 and 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 13: Although Declining in Numbers, the Growing Size of an Average Datacenter Due to the Ongoing Consolidation Trend Will Offer Opportunities for Evaporative Cooling Towers: Global Number of Datacenters (In Million) for the Years 2016, 2018 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 14: Higher Energy Benefits Over & Above Air-Cooled Chiller Plants to Drive Demand for Water Cooled Chillers With Integrated Cooling Towers in Datacenters: Annual Water & Energy Consumption of Water Cooled Chillers & Air Cooled Chillers (In kW & Gallons Per Year) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Rising Global Energy Needs Drives Stable Growth of Cooling Towers in the Power Generation/ Utilities Sector
As the Icon of Thermal Energy Generation, Large Cooling Towers Will Continue to Find Attractive Opportunities in Coal Fired Power Plants
Table 15: Robust Outlook for Clean Coal Power to Drive Demand for Power Plant Cooling Towers: Global Thermal Power Generated from Coal (In Million Kilowatt-hours) by Region for the Years 2018, 2020 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Focus on Renewable Energy: A Double Win for Cooling Towers in the Energy Sector
Table 16: Dry Cooling Towers & Hybrid Wet/Dry Cooling Towers Emerge Into the Spotlight as CSPs Boxed In Water Scarcity Issues, Embark on the Quest for Water Conservation: Global Concentrated Solar Power Market (In US$ Million & Cumulative Installed Capacity In MW) for the Years 2016, 2018 & 2025 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 17: Robust Outlook for Renewables to Echo Downstream Into the Cooling Towers Market: World Renewable Energy Production (In Billion Kilowatt-hours) by Energy Source for the Years 2017, 2020, 2030 and 2040 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Expected Revival of Nuclear Energy to Drive Opportunities in the Cooling Towers Market
Table 18: With 507 Operational & Under Construction Nuclear Reactors, Demand for Cooling Towers in Nuclear Power Plants is Poised for Growth in the Medium to Long Term Period: Global Number of Nuclear Reactors in Operation & Under Construction (In Units) by Geographic Region for the Year 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Uncertainties Resurface After Two Years of Recovery in the Mining Industry, Throwing Mine Cooling Towers Back Into Stress
As Deep Mines Begin to Invade the Earth’s Forbidden Zone, Efficient Mine Cooling Towers Will Grow in Prominence Over the Long-Term Period
Table 19: With Annualized Exploration Spending Growth Beginning to Recede Tempered Outlook Makes a Comeback for Mine Cooling Towers: Annualized Growth (In %) in Global Upstream and Downstream Mining CAPEX for the Years 2
Through 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Evaporative Credits Offered by Utilities Strengthens the Business Case for the Use of Cooling Towers
Table 20: As the Costs of Owning & Operating a Plant Becomes Expensive, Cooling Towers with Their Low Water Drainage Loss Emerge Attractive for Obtaining Water Evaporation Credits: Water Loss from Cooling Towers (In Gallons Per Minute (GPM) Breakdown by Evaporative, Blowdown & Drift Losses (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Healthy Outlook for the World Chemical Industry Extends a Fillip to Cooling Towers Demand
Table 21: Projected Stability in the World Chemical Industry Encourages Cooling Tower Manufacturers to Look Beyond Current Uncertainties to Focus Developmental Efforts on Innovative Solutions: World Chemical Industry (In US$ Billion) for the Years 2018 & 2020 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 22: Projected Stability in Capital Spending in the Chemical Industry Provides Opportunities for New and Replacement Demand for Cooling Towers: CAPEX in the World Chemical Industry (In US$ Billion) for the Years 2018, 2
and 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Healthy Market for Processed Food to Benefit Demand for Cooling Towers in the Food Processing Sector
Table 23: As the Hidden Workhorses of Heating and Cooling in the Food & Beverage Industry, Demand for Cooling Towers Benefits from the Growing Demand for Packaged Food: World Retail Market for Food & Beverages (in US$ Trillion) for the Years 2017 & 2022 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Stringent Environmental Norms & Worsening Water Shortages Drive Demand for Closed Circuit Dry Cooling Towers
Hybrid Cooling Towers Rise in Importance & Commercial Value
Table 24: Growing Popularity of Hybrid Cooling Towers as Measured by their Growing Share in the Cooling Towers Rental Space as an Illustrative Case in Point: Global Market for Rental Cooling Towers (In US$ Million) by Type for Cooling Tower for the Years 2018, 2022, 2024 and 2026 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Technology Innovations Remain Critical to Growth
Next-generation Factory Assembled Cooling Towers to Positively Impact Bottom Line of HVAC and Industrial Processes
Advancements in Plume Abatement Technologies and Drift Eliminators to Address Environmental Concerns
New Design and Material Innovations Increase Cooling Efficiency
Electric Pulse Technology, an Alternative to Water Treatment Chemicals in Cooling Towers
A Review of Innovations in Construction Materials for Cooling Towers
Market Outlook


3. PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Cooling Towers - An Introduction
Cooling Tower Systems - Basic Design
Classification of Cooling Towers
Direct (or Open) Cooling Tower
Indirect (or Closed) Cooling Tower
Cooling Towers Classification by Function
Forced/Natural Draft Towers
Induced/Mechanical Draft Towers
Cooling Towers Classification by Availability (Prepackaged or Customized)
Based on Design
Dry Cooling Towers
Wet Cooling Towers
Hybrid Cooling Towers
Design Systems
Design Factors
Based on Raw Material
Fiberglass Reinforced Polymer based Cooling Towers
Wood
Concrete
Steel
Cooling Tower Applications in key End-Use Segments
Air Conditioning/HVAC Applications
Heavy Industrial & Utility Applications
Oil Refining
Petrochemical Industry
Power/Utilities
Chemicals & Petrochemicals
Other Applications
Food Processing
Paper & Pulp
Functioning of Cooling Towers
Components of Cooling Towers
Condenser Pump & Distribution System
Cooling Loop System
Heat Transfer Media
Cooling Tower Fan System
Cooling Tower Basin
Cooling Tower Pumps
Drift Eliminators
Cooling Tower Fills
Installation of Cooling Towers
Tower Performance
Cleaning of Cooling Towers
Problems Associated with Cooling Towers
Fouling
Fouling Prevention Method
Corrosion of Towers
Corrosion Prevention Method
Scale Formation Within Loops
Scale Control Unit
Other Factors Behind Poor Performance of Cooling Towers
Poor Air Flow
Poor Pump Performance
Clogging of Nozzles
Factors Critical to Cooling Tower Performance
Hydraulic Factors
Time-Related Factors
Water Chemistry Factors
Saturation Factor
Biocides and Cooling Towers
Ozone Treatment
Ion Systems & Cooling Towers


4. REGULATIONS IMPACTING THE INDUSTRY

Legionnaire’s Disease
Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permits
New Source Review (NSR) Permits
Title V Operating Permits
NESHAP Regulations
Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Reports
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA)
Environment Protection Agency (EPA)
Monitoring of Cooling Tower Performance


5. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE


5.1 Focus on Select Players
Baltimore Aircoil Company (USA)
BERG Chilling Systems, Inc. (Canada)
Bell Cooling Towers (India)
Brentwood Industries, Inc. (USA)
B&W SPIG (Italy)
Composite Cooling Solutions (USA)
Cooling Tower Depot, Inc. (USA)
Cooling Tower Systems, Inc. (USA)
Delta Cooling Towers, Inc. (USA)
Enexio (Germany)
ENGIE Refrigeration GmbH (Germany)
Evapco, Inc. (USA)
Evaptech, Inc. (USA)
HAMON SA (Belgium)
Ilmed Impianti Srl (Italy)
International Cooling Tower, Inc. (USA)
Kelvion Holding GmbH (Germany)
Liang Chi Industry (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Mesan Cooling Tower Ltd. (Hong Kong)
Paharpur Cooling Towers Limited (India)
REYMSA COOLING TOWERS, INC. (USA)
Ryowo Holding Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
SPX Cooling Technologies, Inc. (USA)
Star Cooling Towers (USA)
Superchill Australia Pty Ltd. (Australia)
Thermal Care, Inc (USA)
5.2 Product Launches
Aggreko Unveils New GT Series of Mobile Cooling Towers
SPX Cooling Technologies Showcases New Marley Cooling Towers
SPX Cooling Technologies Launches New Marley MD Everest Counterflow Cooling Towers
Tower Tech Introduces New Split Cell Cooling Tower
Leminar Introduces Mesan USA Cooling Towers
BAC Launches New 10-Foot VF1 Closed Circuit Cooling Tower
Delta Unveils the World’s First Anti-Microbial Cooling Tower
SPX Introduces New Modular Construction Techniques for Marley F400 Cooling Tower
5.3 Recent Industry Activity
Midwest Acquires Minority Stake in Cooling Tower Resources
Creative Pultrusions Acquires Tower Tech


6. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE

Table 25: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 26: World Historic Review for Cooling Towers by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 27: World 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
By End-Use Applications
Table 28: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers in Air Conditioning/HVAC Applications by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 29: World Historic Review for Cooling Towers in Air Conditioning/HVAC Applications by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 30: World 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers in Air Conditioning/HVAC Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 31: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers in Heavy Industrial & Utility Applications by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 32: World Historic Review for Cooling Towers in Heavy Industrial & Utility Applications by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 33: World 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers in Heavy Industrial & Utility Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 34: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers in Chemicals & Petrochemicals Industry Applications by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 35: World Historic Review for Cooling Towers in Chemicals & Petrochemicals Industry Applications by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 36: World 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers in Chemicals & Petrochemicals Industry Applications by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 37: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers in Other End-Use Industries by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 38: World Historic Review for Cooling Towers in Other End-Use Industries by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 39: World 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers in Other End-Use Industries by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


7. REGIONAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE


7.1 The United States
A.Market Analysis
Outlook
Overview
Modernization of Existing Thermal Power Plants to Drive Replacement Demand for Cooling Towers
Opportunities Exist for New Entrants in HVAC Cooling Towers Market
B.Market Analytics
Table 40: The US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 41: The US Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 42: The US 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.2 Canada
Market Analysis
Table 43: Canadian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 44: Canadian Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 45: Canadian 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.3 Japan
A.Market Analysis
Outlook
Concrete Fiscal & Stimulus Policy Measures to Brighten Market Prospects
B.Market Analytics
Table 46: Japanese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 47: Japanese Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 48: Japanese 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.4 Europe
A.Market Analysis
Outlook
A Review
Replacement Market Driving Growth
B.Market Analytics
Table 49: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by Geographic Region - France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia & Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 50: European Historic Review for Cooling Towers by Geographic Region - France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia & Rest of Europe Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 51: European 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia & Rest of Europe Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 52: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 53: European Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 54: European 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.4.1 France
Market Analysis
Table 55: French Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 56: French Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 57: French 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.4.2 Germany
Market Analysis
Table 58: German Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 59: German Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 60: German 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.4.3 Italy
Market Analysis
Table 61: Italian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 62: Italian Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 63: Italian 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.4.4 The United Kingdom
Market Analysis
Table 64: The UK Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 65: The UK Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/ HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 66: The UK 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.4.5 Spain
Market Analysis
Table 67: Spanish Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 68: Spanish Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/ HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 69: Spanish 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.4.6 Russia
Market Analysis
Table 70: Russian Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 71: Russian Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/ HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 72: Russian 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/ HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.4.7 Rest of Europe
Market Analysis
Table 73: Rest of Europe Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 74: Rest of Europe Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 75: Rest of Europe 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.5 Asia-Pacific
Market Analysis
Table 76: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by Geographic Region - China and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 77: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Cooling Towers by Geographic Region - China and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 78: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for China and Rest of Asia-Pacific Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 79: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 80: Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 81: Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.5.1 China
A.Market Analysis
Outlook
Although Weakening, China to Remain a Dominant Market for Cooling Towers in the Short to Medium Term Period
Table 82: China’s Current Dominant Hold on Global Manufacturing Output & Its Central Role in World Trade Makes the Country a Major Market for Cooling Towers in Asia: % Breakdown of Global Manufacturing Output by Region for the Years 1990, 2013, 2017 & 2025 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
HVAC Applications - Fastest Growing End-Use Market for Cooling Towers in China
Governmental Initiatives to Drive Growth
B.Market Analytics
Table 83: Chinese Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2016 through 2
(includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 84: Chinese Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 85: Chinese 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.5.2 Rest of Asia-Pacific
Market Analysis
Table 86: Rest of Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 87: Rest of Asia-Pacific Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/ HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 88: Rest of Asia-Pacific 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.6 Latin America
Market Analysis
Table 89: Latin American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 90: Latin American Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 91: Latin American 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
7.7 Rest of World
Market Analysis
Table 92: Rest of World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2
through 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 93: Rest of World Historic Review for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenue Figures in US$ Thousand for the Years 2011 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Table 94: Rest of World 14-Year Perspective for Cooling Towers by End Use Industry - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Revenues for Air Conditioning/HVAC, Heavy Industrial & Utility, Chemicals & Petrochemicals and Other Markets for the Years 2011, 2018 and 2024 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


8. COMPANY PROFILES


Total Companies Profiled: 69 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 87) The United States (25) Canada (1) Japan (1) Europe (28) - France (2) - Germany (5) - Italy (4) - The United Kingdom (5) - Spain (1) - Rest of Europe (11) Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (21) Middle East & Africa (11)
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PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--After announcing nearly a gigawatt of new clean-energy projects in February, APS is now seeking proposals to build two of them in different parts of the state. The first request for proposals (RFP) seeks partners to add batteries to existing APS solar plants in rural Arizona, storing their power for use after the panels stop producing each day. A second partner is being sought to develop a large new solar plant paired with storage, to bring more clean energy to customers after dark. Both of these projects will provide APS customers with more solar after sunset, serving their evening energy needs with an even cleaner resource mix.

These projects are the next step in APS’s goal to add nearly a gigawatt of new clean-energy projects by the summer of 2025. What does a gigawatt mean for the average customer? That is the equivalent of adding the power of more than 3 million solar panels or more than 9,000 electric cars to Arizona’s energy mix. This ambitious goal will be reached through a number of projects over the next few years, with today’s announcement a milestone toward that goal.

Arizona has unique and growing power needs that energy storage can help to meet. APS customers need almost double the electricity at peak times in the summer than in other, milder-weather seasons. During the summer, customers are coming home and relying on air conditioning almost nonstop to combat hot temperatures that last late into the evening. The simple challenge has been that solar panels go off the clock when the sun sets, just as APS customers are starting to use the most electricity. Batteries can now help solve that challenge.

“These projects aim to make solar work harder for APS customers and ensure our state’s peak energy needs are met with even more clean energy,” said Brad Albert, Vice President of Resource Management for APS. “Gone are the days of the sun dictating solar power’s hours. With our new energy storage projects, APS will be giving customers solar after sunset.”

RFP for Storage at Existing Solar Plants. APS is seeking partners to bring more storage to rural Arizona by installing batteries at existing APS solar plants in Chino Valley and Red Rock. The Chino Valley facility, located in Yavapai County, currently provides 19 megawatts of clean, solar energy. Red Rock, APS’s newest and largest owned solar facility, provides 40 megawatts and is located halfway between Phoenix and Tucson in Pinal County. Both of these batteries will be operational by 2021 and are the final portion of the 200 megawatts of battery storage systems for existing solar plants that APS announced in February.

RFP to Build New Solar Storage Plants. In addition to the new storage at existing solar plants, APS plans to build 500 megawatts of new solar generation plus storage and stand-alone battery storage by 2025. APS is seeking partners to build the first of these: a new 100-megawatt solar facility to be paired with a 100-megawatt battery.

Information about proposal requirements and bidder registration will be available online April 3, at aps.com/rfp. For more information on APS’s solar storage and other clean-energy advances, visit www.azenergyfuture.com.

APS serves about 2.7 million people in 11 of Arizona’s 15 counties, and is the Southwest’s foremost producer of clean, safe and reliable electricity. Using a balanced energy mix that is 50 percent carbon-free, APS has one of the country’s most substantial renewable energy portfolios, and owns and operates the Palo Verde Generating Station, the country’s top power producer and largest producer of carbon-free energy. The company is also a proven leader in introducing technology and services that offer customers choice and control over their energy consumption. With headquarters in Phoenix, APS is the principal subsidiary of Pinnacle West Capital Corp. (NYSE: PNW).

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WAYNE, Pa., April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC, a full-service solar energy solutions provider, has completed the installation of a rooftop solar array at The Simon Foundation Inc.'s Animal Rescue and Adoption Center in Bloomfield, CT.

The newly installed rooftop array on top of the kennels
The newly installed rooftop array on top of the kennels

The Simon Foundation, Inc. is a charitable organization dedicated to the preservation and adoption of dogs and cats that would otherwise be abandoned, neglected, abused or euthanized. The 207-kilowatt (kW) rooftop system is expected to produce more than 230,000 kilowatt hours annually, which will supply approximately 80 percent of the facility's annual electricity consumption. The system will significantly reduce the Foundation's electricity costs, allowing it to apply those funds to animals in need. The rooftop array is estimated to save the Simon Foundation close to $1 million over the system's life.

"The installation of this new solar energy system will allow us significant savings on operational costs," said Lisa W. Agresti, Executive Director at the Simon Foundation. "Those funds can then be used to further our mission of, 'Until there are none, adopt one.' This is a great opportunity to make a huge difference in the lives of these animals."

In addition to the financial benefits expected, the solar array will also reduce the Foundation's carbon footprint. The energy produced by the solar system equates to offsetting 165 tons of carbon dioxide, the equivalent to offsetting emissions from 402,844 miles driven by a passenger vehicle.

Project financing for the array was managed by Greenworks Lending, a leading provider of Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing solutions, based in Connecticut.

"We founded Greenworks Lending to scale the success of C-PACE programs nationally by providing a common capital resource to commercial properties," said Alexandra Cooley, COO of Greenworks Lending. "The benefits to property owners and communities of energy saving projects are significant; but for me, it's even more satisfying when we can apply the program to meet the needs of a charitable organization like the Simon Foundation."

"Dynamic Energy is honored to be a part of this important project that showcases how solar energy can benefit people, pets, and the planet," said Tim Carr, Vice President of Business Development at Dynamic Energy Solutions. "We applaud Greenworks Lending for their participation and The Simon Foundation for its leadership as it continues saving the lives of animals across Connecticut."

About Dynamic Energy Solutions, LLC
Dynamic Energy is a full-service solar energy provider that brings together the diverse expertise needed to design, finance, build and maintain projects to meet the needs of commercial, industrial and institutional customers. With an in-house team that includes professional engineers, project managers, and master electricians, Dynamic Energy creates high-quality projects that reduce customer expenses, improve operating efficiency, provide an attractive return on investment and achieve sustainability goals. For more information, please visit www.dynamicenergy.com.

About The Simon Foundation Inc, Animal Rescue and Adoption Center
The Simon Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded by Mark and Linda Greenberg. The Foundation is dedicated to the preservation and adoption of dogs and cats that would otherwise be abandoned, neglected, abused or euthanized. The Simon team works to find a new, loving, forever home, or live out their lives in the comfort and care of The Simon Foundation, Inc. For more information on the Simon Foundation, please visit www.thesimonfoundation.org.

About Greenworks Lending
Greenworks Lending is a sustainable finance company that invests in commercial real estate with the goal of increasing cost and energy efficiency. We lend through a structure called Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) that allows repayment to be made through the property tax bill. We cover 100 percent of the hard and soft costs and the owner pays back the up-front investment using a portion of the utility bill savings over the life of the equipment. Founded by developers of the most successful commercial PACE program in the U.S., the team at Greenworks Lending has more experience in C-PACE than anyone in the industry. You can find more here - www.greenworkslending.com.

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Life Time Work was purposely designed to promote a healthy and fulfilling worklife with elegant workspaces for a variety of needs and appointments that promote comfort, collaboration and productivity. Its unmatched amenities and upscale layout and design truly provide a high-end, flexible and turnkey office environment for the busy professional.

"The creation of Life Time Work is a natural extension of the lifestyle brand we have built in our athletic resorts over the past 27 years," said Life Time Work President James O'Reilly. "With its proven growth and dynamic business and entrepreneurial community, St. Louis Park is an ideal location for us to introduce this concept and we look forward to helping our members in their pursuit of a fulfilling and healthy worklife."

Featuring 28,000-square feet of dynamic ergonomic workspaces, an exquisite dedicated outdoor terrace, state-of-the-art conference rooms and both private and open-plan workspaces, Life Time Work West End features a select number of memberships, including Office Resident, Open Resident and Lounge Membership. Each provides membership to the athletic resort club and all of the tools and amenities needed to work remotely. Highlights of the space include:

  • 84 open resident desks, 53 offices and lounge spaces
  • 11 phone booths and 4 phone rooms
  • 7 conference rooms and a balcony-level quiet zone
  • Solarium and outdoor terrace spaces
  • Monthly events and curated content
  • Access to a tech-guru and printing, scanning and copying

Following the opening of Life Time Work West End, Life Time will introduce another destination in Edina later this year with more than 45,000-square-feet as part of the massive Life Time project at Southdale Center. Additional locations including Houston, TX are planned nationwide. For more information, visit lifetime.life/work.

About Life Time – Healthy Way of Life

Life Time champions a healthy and happy life for its members across 143 destinations in 39 major markets in the U.S. and Canada. As the nation's premier healthy lifestyle brand, Life Time delivers an unmatched athletic resort experience and provides a comprehensive healthy living, healthy aging and healthy entertainment experience that goes well beyond fitness to encompass the entire spectrum of daily life for individuals, couples and families of all ages. For more information visit www.lifetime.life.

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NEW YORK, April 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 29, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities granted AC Power its fourth conditional approval since December to develop a 3 MW solar project on a closed landfill in Egg Harbor Township.  These four approvals are unique because they grandfather the solar projects under the existing program for solar renewable energy credits (SRECs) that expired in October 2018.  These projects will generate SRECs for 15 years versus projects approved after October 2018 that will generate SRECs for 10 years.  The projects were submitted to the Board of Public Utilities well before the October deadline and deemed complete, however since the projects are on landfills the review and approvals process is considerably lengthier and the Board Approval was not able to be granted before the deadline. This determination will generate significant value for all stakeholders and bring another 10 MW of renewable power to the state.

The NJ Solar Act encourages development of solar projects on landfills, brownfields and areas of historic fill rather than on open space and farmland.  Unfortunately, developing solar on a landfill is much costlier as it requires significantly more permitting and engineering than traditional ground-mounted projects. The construction costs are also higher as the system must be built to ensure long-term viability of the landfill cap.  AC Power is currently developing seven solar projects on landfills in New Jersey including Egg Harbor Township, Winslow, Evesham, Hopatcong, Delanco, Edison, and Lafayette with many more in the pipeline.

Annika Colston, President and Founder of AC Power, says, "We agree with the Board of Public Utilities that solar on landfills makes sense and applaud them for recognizing the hard work and considerable time that goes into bringing these projects to construction with their approval for 15-year renewable energy credits."

AC Power, LLC is a woman-owned business that develops renewable energy projects by changing unusable or low value land into revenue-generating, clean energy sites. We partner with property owners who are dedicated to the renewable economy, have vacant or unused land that they'd like to make productive use of and want to generate steady long- term revenues with no upfront or ongoing costs.  In 2018, Owens Corning named AC Power its Sustainable Partner of the Year for developing solar on two of its closed landfills in New Jersey.

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