Alstom HRSG solutions offer improved performance in cycling operations, outstanding construction cost effectiveness, and can improve the efficiency of all other operations

As a world leader in providing Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSGs) for combined-cycle power plants, Alstom helps power operators balance the difficult challenges of maximising return and lowering output costs while reducing emission outputs.

Why choose Alstom HRSGs?

  • Alstom's unique Optimised for Cycling and Constructability(OCC™) design provides the unparalleled flexibility needed for reliable high-cycling duty
  • Capable of fast starts, high ramp rates and high turndown, resulting in enhanced flexibility under a wide range of operational scenarios
  • First to offer innovative single-row harp design which is proven to produce three times less stress than the industry-standard conventional multi-row harps
  • Can be configured and optimized for any type of gas turbine and steam cycle and are ideal for high-cycling plants experiencing daily starts and stops
  • Provides optimised hot and cold end performance for maximized efficiency and high thermal flexibility for fast start-up
  • A variety of modular options are available for the optimum solution to meet virtually any need

What we offer - When you install an Alstom HRSG you gain:

  • Improved performance in cycling operations 
  • Outstanding cost effectiveness of construction 
  • Improved efficiency of all other operations 
  • A wide range of product design configurations 
  • Optimised fabrication to suit any site conditions 
  • A variety of emission controls and supplemental firing

We've built HRSG plants for leading international power companies across the world including:

  • RWE AG (876 MW KA26 at Emsland, Germany )
  • NewGen Kwinana Power Station (320 MW KA13E2 at Perth, Australia)
  • Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity (2,000 MW KA26 at Fujairah, Abu Dhabi)
  • Hidrocantabrico (400 MW KA26 at Castejon, Spain)
  • Energia S.p.A (800 MW KA26 at Modugno, Italy)
  • Electrabel France S.A. (400 MW KA26 at Cycofos, France)
  • TransCanada Energy Ltd (700 MW CCPP at Halton Hills, Canada)

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