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U.S. Industrial Boiler Market Analysis- Industry Size, Share, Research Report, Insights, Covid-19 Impact, Statistics, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2022-2030

Published Date: October, 2022
No of Pages: 159
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Industry Trends

U.S. industrial boiler market size exceeded USD 1.2 Billion in 2020 and its annual installation is estimated to exceed 15 thousand units by 2028. Increasing investment towards the development of efficient heating and power generation application will thrust industry demand for combustion products including industrial boiler systems.

Several state governments have issued strict regulations in accordance with the growing carbon emissions and thus have introduced favorable regulations and schemes for the adoption of energy efficient products. Various new age industrial boilers are introduced with automation and better operation flexibility, leading to reduction in production cost across the industrial boiler segment. Moreover, better technological advancement integration and increase in consumer spending have stimulated a positive change in market statistics for the U.S. industrial boiler, which is further complemented by the growing power generation and heating requirement in the nation.

However, since late 2019, the global economy had been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many production and manufacturing units had been temporarily closed in compliance with the lockdown restrictions. However, mass vaccination drives and further reduction in the number of cases have kickstarted the rebounded economic growth across U.S. Furthermore, the pandemic has made consumers more conscious of greater capacity heating system and captive requirements including primary metal sector, leading to have positive effect on the U.S. industrial boiler market trends in 2020. The market growth is anticipated to recover in 2021, as revival of economy post Q3 of 2021 is anticipated with increased industrial activity across the states.

The study features a detailed analysis of industry trends across the U.S. segmented on a regional & state basis across fuel, capacity, technology, application, and state. Moreover, the market forecasts & estimates are in line with the data represented by authorities including the International Energy Information Administration (EIA), IRENA, ASHRAE, Energy Agency (IEA), government regulatory bodies, and company press releases.

High per unit fuel output and lower commodity prices will stimulate the U.S. industrial boiler industry growth from natural gas as fuel 

Increasing emission norms and stringent combustion rules is proliferating the market statistics for more technologically smart industrial boiler including natural gas driven industrial boilers. These boilers operate at high temperature cycle, with no residue and proper combustion throughout the cycle. Quick ramp up is possible according to operation needs. Multi fuel integration is possible in this product, leading to variable application across the industrial chain. In addition, automation along with strict environmental norms have allowed for greater product deployment across states, leading to strengthening of its position in gas-based U.S. industrial boiler market share.

Dual purpose and smooth integration across different industrial applications will stimulate the >250 MMBtu/hr industrial boiler industry landscape

Stringent emission norms and higher captive heating requirement is making way for more technologically oriented heavy capacity industrial boilers. High scale industrial complexes have precise heating requirement, leading of consistent demand for >250 MMBtu/hr industrial boilers. Multiple units with variability loading provide better process requirement to the industrial operations across U.S. industrial boiler market. These high-capacity boilers can also be used for in-house power generation, leading to dual purpose in this application and strengthening product penetration

Increasing applicability across primary metal and refining will positively sway the >250 MMBtu/hr boiler market statistics. Iron and other processing plants have pick up pace with revival of economy. Moreover, shifting trends toward the consumption of iron products across real estate along with increasing government focus on manufacturing unit’s stimulus will comprehensively enhance product deployment.

Ongoing R & D and retrofitting of existing units across different industrial applications will stimulate the condensing based industrial boiler demand

Ongoing R & D activities and automation integration has provided positive drivers for condensing based industrial boilers market in U.S. Better thermal efficiency, less water input and fewer heat leakages are few of the prominent features offered by the condensing boilers, leading to a substantial gain in momentum in industrial boiler industry for the technology. Government stimulus for economic activities including industrial activities have further provided growth for industrial boiler demand.

Condensing boilers are being adopted among users owing to significant reduction in energy bills and further cost savings with monthly payback period. Point-of-use application and low power consumption will provide momentum to the product adoption across the business landscape. Furthermore, changing trends toward advancement in operational ability and design of boilers coupled with upgradation of existing heating systems will drive the U.S. industrial boiler market statistics.

Positive outlook toward primary metal processing coupled with greater automation will stimulate the primary metal-based U.S. industrial boiler demand

U.S. industrial boiler market from primary metal processing applications is expected to register around 5%over the forecast timeframe. Industrial sectors including primary metal, among others have high requirement of process heat requirement on daily basis, which complements the product deployment. Additionally, one-time high installation cost along with low maintenance associated with instant industrial boiler will catalyst the market demand of industrial boilers across metal processing industries. Optimistic outlook toward primary metal processing along with ongoing investments toward expansion of existing units will fuel the market expansion.

Increasing integration of renewable energy along with expanding industrial infrastructure across Northeast region will complement the market size

Shifting trends towards upgradation of existing heating systems units along with digitalization in operational ability and design of boilers will propel the industrial boiler market growth across the Northeast states. Growing integration of clean energy sources along with adaptation to automation of products have proliferated the market demand of industrial boiler systems. Climate change extreme events such as below zero temperature and ongoing investment in installation of boiler units across industries is fueling the product demand across the region. Stable commodity prices and increase in global trade will provide a momentum to U.S. industrial boiler drivers across the business landscape.

R & D and business acquisition strategy acting as the focal point of market players

Major market players are bringing investment in developing digitalization of product with numerous features to enhance their business share in the U.S. industrial boiler market. Also, partnerships and research & development are among the key methods followed by the leading market players to have a competitive edge in the industry. Leading market players are focusing toward integrating auxiliaries of industrial boiler components to achieve operation efficiency and subsequently strengthen their business share.

The prominent players profiled in the U.S.s industrial boiler market report includes Babcock and Wilcox Enterprises, Inc., Fulton Boiler Works, Inc., Hurst Boiler and Welding Co., Inc., Cleaver-Brooks, Clayton Industries, General Electric, Rentech Boilers, Victory Energy Operations, LLC., Miura America Co., Ltd., PARKER BOILER, Superior Boiler Works, Inc., Groupe Simoneau Inc., Le, Vapor Power International, Columbia Boiler Company, P. M. Lattner Manufacturing Co., Powermaster amongst others.

U.S. industrial boiler market report includes in-depth coverage of the market with estimates & forecast in terms of Units, MMBtu/hr and USD from 2018 to 2028, for the following segments:

By Fuel

  • Natural Gas
  • Oil
  • Coal
  • Others

By Capacity

  • 0.3 2.5 MMBtu/hr
  • 2.5 10 MMBtu/hr
  • 10 50 MMBtu/hr
  • 50 100 MMBtu/hr
  • 100 250 MMBtu/hr
  • >250 MMBtu/hr

By Technology

  • Condensing
  • Non-condensing

By Application

  • Food Processing
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Chemical
  • Refining
  • Primary Metal
  • Others

The above information has been provided for the following regions and states:

  • U.S.
    • East North Central
      • Illinois
      • Indiana
      • Michigan
      • Ohio
      • Wisconsin
    • West South Central
      • Arkansas
      • Louisiana
      • Oklahoma
      • Texas
    • South Atlantic
      • Delaware
      • Florida
      • Georgia
      • Maryland
      • North Carolina
      • South Carolina
      • Virginia
      • West Virginia
      • Washington D.C.
    • North East
      • Connecticut
      • Maine
      • Massachusetts
      • New Hampshire
      • Rhode Island, Vermont
      • New Jersey
      • New York
      • Pennsylvania
    • East South Central
      • Alabama
      • Kentucky
      • Mississippi
      • Tennessee
    • West North Central
      • Iowa
      • Kansas
      • Minnesota
      • Missouri
      • Nebraska
      • North Dakota
      • South Dakota
    • Pacific States
      • Alaska
      • California
      • Hawaii
      • Oregon
      • Washington
    • Mountain States
      • Arizona
      • Colorado
      • Utah
      • Nevada
      • New Mexico
      • Idaho
      • Montana
      • Wyoming

Chapter 1   Methodology & Scope

1.1    Methodology

1.2    Market definitions

1.3    Market estimates & forecast parameters

1.4    Data sources

1.4.1    Primary

1.4.2    Secondary

1.4.2.1    Paid sources

1.4.2.2    Public sources

Chapter 2   Executive Summary

2.1    U.S. industrial boiler industry 3600 synopsis, 2018 – 2028

2.1.1    Business trends

2.1.2    Fuel trends

2.1.3    Capacity trends

2.1.4    Technology trends

2.1.5    Application trends

2.1.6    Regional trends

Chapter 3   US Industrial Boiler Industry Insights

3.1    Industry segmentation

3.2    Industry ecosystem analysis

3.2.1    Vendor Matrix

3.3    Innovation & technology landscape

3.3.1    Fulton Boiler Works, Inc.

3.3.2    Cleaver-Brooks

3.3.3    General Electric

3.3.4    Other innovations

3.4    Regulatory landscape

3.4.1    U.S.

3.4.1.1    National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)

3.4.2    Clean Air Act, 1970

3.4.3    New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)

3.4.4    Pennsylvania

3.4.5    Georgia

3.4.6    Illinois

3.4.7    California

3.5    COVID- 19 impact on the industry outlook

3.5.1    Overall view

3.6    Industry impact forces

3.6.1    Growth drivers

3.6.1.1    Upgrading and replacement of existing boilers

3.6.1.2    Positive outlook toward chemical and food processing industries

3.6.1.3    Adoption of stringent emission regulations

3.6.2    Industry pitfalls & challenges

3.6.2.1    High initial investment

3.7    Growth potential analysis

3.8    Porter’s Analysis

3.8.1    Bargaining power of suppliers

3.8.2    Bargaining power of buyer

3.8.3    Threat of new entrants

3.8.4    Threat of substitutes

3.9    Competitive landscape, 2020

3.9.1    Strategy dashboard

3.9.1.1    Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc.

3.9.1.1.1    Agreement

3.9.1.1.2    Divestment

3.9.1.1.3    Acquisition

3.9.1.2    Fulton Boiler Works, Inc.

3.9.1.2.1    Product launch

3.9.1.2.2    Partnership

3.9.1.3    Hurst Boiler & Welding Co.

3.9.1.3.1    Product launch

3.9.1.4    Cleaver-Brooks

3.9.1.4.1    Project/Installation

3.9.1.4.2    Product launch

3.9.1.5    General Electric

3.9.1.5.1    Agreement

3.9.1.6    Miura America Co., Ltd.

3.9.1.6.1    Product launch

3.9.1.6.2    Installation/Supply

3.9.1.7    PARKER BOILER

3.9.1.7.1    Product Supply/Installation

3.10    PESTLE Analysis

Chapter 4   US Industrial Boiler Market, By Fuel

4.1    U.S. industrial boiler market share by fuel, 2020 & 2028

4.2    Natural gas

4.2.1    U.S. market from natural gas, 2018 – 2028

4.2.2    U.S. market from natural gas, by region, 2018 – 2028

4.3    Oil

4.3.1    U.S. market from oil, 2018 – 2028

4.3.2    U.S. market from oil, by region, 2018 – 2028

4.4    Coal

4.4.1    U.S. market from coal, 2018 – 2028

4.4.2    U.S. market from coal, by region, 2018 – 2028

4.5    Others

4.5.1    U.S. market from others, 2018 – 2028

4.5.2    U.S. market from others, by region, 2018 – 2028

Chapter 5   US Industrial Boiler Market, By Capacity

5.1    U.S. industrial boiler market share by capacity, 2020 & 2028

5.2    0.3 – 2.5 MMBtu/hr

5.2.1    U.S. market from 0.3 – 2.5 MMBtu/hr, 2018 – 2028

5.2.2    U.S. market from 0.3 – 2.5 MMBtu/hr, by region, 2018 – 2028

5.3    2.5 – 10 MMBtu/hr

5.3.1    U.S. market from 2.5 – 10 MMBtu/hr, 2018 – 2028

5.3.2    U.S. market from 2.5 – 10 MMBtu/hr, by region, 2018 – 2028

5.4    10 – 50 MMBtu/hr

5.4.1    U.S. market from 10 – 50 MMBtu/hr, 2018 – 2028

5.4.2    U.S. market from 10 – 50 MMBtu/hr, by region, 2018 – 2028

5.5    50 – 100 MMBtu/hr

5.5.1    U.S. market from 50 – 100 MMBtu/hr, 2018 – 2028

5.5.2    U.S. market from 50 – 100 MMBtu/hr, by region, 2018 – 2028

5.6    100 – 250 MMBtu/hr

5.6.1    U.S. market from 100 – 250 MMBtu/hr, 2018 – 2028

5.6.2    U.S. market from 100 – 250 MMBtu/hr, by region, 2018 – 2028

5.7    > 250 MMBtu/hr

5.7.1    U.S. market from > 250 MMBtu/hr, 2018 – 2028

5.7.2    U.S. market from > 250 MMBtu/hr, by region, 2018 – 2028

Chapter 6   US Industrial Boiler Market, By Technology

6.1    U.S. industrial boiler market share by technology, 2020 & 2028

6.2    Condensing

6.2.1    U.S. market from condensing, 2018 – 2028

6.2.2    U.S. market from condensing, by region, 2018 – 2028

6.3    Non-condensing

6.3.1    U.S. market from non-condensing, 2018 – 2028

6.3.2    U.S. market from non-condensing, by region, 2018 – 2028

Chapter 7   US Industrial Boiler Market, By Application

7.1    U.S. industrial boiler market share by application, 2020 & 2028

7.2    Food processing

7.2.1    U.S. market from food processing, 2018 – 2028

7.2.2    U.S. market from food processing, by region, 2018 – 2028

7.3    Pulp & paper

7.3.1    U.S. market from pulp & paper, 2018 – 2028

7.3.2    U.S. market from pulp & paper, by region, 2018 – 2028

7.4    Chemical

7.4.1    U.S. market from chemical, 2018 – 2028

7.4.2    U.S. market from chemical, by region, 2018 – 2028

7.5    Refining

7.5.1    U.S. market from refining, 2018 – 2028

7.5.2    U.S. market from refining, by region, 2018 – 2028

7.6    Primary metal

7.6.1    U.S. market from primary metal, 2018 – 2028

7.6.2    U.S. market from primary metal, by region, 2018 – 2028

7.7    Others

7.7.1    U.S. market from others, 2018 – 2028

7.7.2    U.S. market from others, by region, 2018 – 2028

Chapter 8   US Industrial Boiler Market, By Region

8.1    U.S. industrial boiler market share by region, 2020 & 2028

8.2    East North Central

8.2.1    East North Central market, 2018 – 2028

8.2.2    East North Central market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.2.3    East North Central market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.2.4    East North Central market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.2.5    East North Central market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.2.6    Illinois

8.2.6.1    Illinois market, 2018 – 2028

8.2.6.2    Illinois market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.2.6.3    Illinois market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.2.6.4    Illinois market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.2.6.5    Illinois market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.2.7    Indiana

8.2.7.1    Indiana market, 2018 – 2028

8.2.7.2    Indiana market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.2.7.3    Indiana market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.2.7.4    Indiana market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.2.7.5    Indiana market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.2.8    Michigan

8.2.8.1    Michigan market, 2018 – 2028

8.2.8.2    Michigan market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.2.8.3    Michigan market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.2.8.4    Michigan market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.2.8.5    Michigan market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.2.9    Ohio

8.2.9.1    Ohio market, 2018 – 2028

8.2.9.2    Ohio market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.2.9.3    Ohio market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.2.9.4    Ohio market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.2.9.5    Ohio market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.2.10    Wisconsin

8.2.10.1    Wisconsin market, 2018 – 2028

8.2.10.2    Wisconsin market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.2.10.3    Wisconsin market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.2.10.4    Wisconsin market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.2.10.5    Wisconsin market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.3    West South Central

8.3.1    West South Central market, 2018 – 2028

8.3.2    West South Central market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.3.3    West South Central market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.3.4    West South Central market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.3.5    West South Central market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.4    Arkansas

8.4.1.1    Arkansas market, 2018 – 2028

8.4.1.2    Arkansas market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.4.1.3    Arkansas market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.4.1.4    Arkansas market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.4.1.5    Arkansas market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.4.2    Louisiana

8.4.2.1    Louisiana market, 2018 – 2028

8.4.2.2    Louisiana market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.4.2.3    Louisiana market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.4.2.4    Louisiana market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.4.2.5    Louisiana market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.4.3    Oklahoma

8.4.3.1    Oklahoma market, 2018 – 2028

8.4.3.2    Oklahoma market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.4.3.3    Oklahoma market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.4.3.4    Oklahoma market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.4.3.5    Oklahoma market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.4.4    Texas

8.4.4.1    Texas market, 2018 – 2028

8.4.4.2    Texas market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.4.4.3    Texas market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.4.4.4    Texas market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.4.4.5    Texas market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5    South Atlantic

8.5.1    South Atlantic market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.2    South Atlantic market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.3    South Atlantic market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.4    South Atlantic market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.5    South Atlantic market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5.6    Delaware

8.5.6.1    Delaware market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.6.2    Delaware market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.6.3    Delaware market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.6.4    Delaware market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.6.5    Delaware market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5.7    Florida

8.5.7.1    Florida market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.7.2    Florida market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.7.3    Florida market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.7.4    Florida market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.7.5    Florida market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5.8    Georgia

8.5.8.1    Georgia market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.8.2    Georgia market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.8.3    Georgia market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.8.4    Georgia market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.8.5    Georgia market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5.9    Maryland

8.5.9.1    Maryland market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.9.2    Maryland market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.9.3    Maryland market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.9.4    Maryland market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.9.5    Maryland market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5.10    North Carolina

8.5.10.1    North Carolina market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.10.2    North Carolina market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.10.3    North Carolina market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.10.4    North Carolina market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.10.5    North Carolina market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5.11    South Carolina

8.5.11.1    South Carolina market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.11.2    South Carolina market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.11.3    South Carolina market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.11.4    South Carolina market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.11.5    South Carolina market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5.12    Virginia

8.5.12.1    Virginia market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.12.2    Virginia market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.12.3    Virginia market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.12.4    Virginia market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.12.5    Virginia market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5.13    West Virginia

8.5.13.1    West Virginia market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.13.2    West Virginia market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.13.3    West Virginia market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.13.4    West Virginia market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.13.5    West Virginia market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.5.14    Washington D.C.

8.5.14.1    Washington D.C. market, 2018 – 2028

8.5.14.2    Washington D.C. market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.5.14.3    Washington D.C. market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.5.14.4    Washington D.C. market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.5.14.5    Washington D.C. market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6    North East

8.6.1    North East market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.2    North East market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.3    North East market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.4    North East market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.5    North East market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6.6    Connecticut

8.6.6.1    Connecticut market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.6.2    Connecticut market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.6.3    Connecticut market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.6.4    Connecticut market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.6.5    Connecticut market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6.7    Maine

8.6.7.1    Maine market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.7.2    Maine market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.7.3    Maine market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.7.4    Maine market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.7.5    Maine market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6.8    Massachusetts

8.6.8.1    Massachusetts market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.8.2    Massachusetts market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.8.3    Massachusetts market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.8.4    Massachusetts market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.8.5    Massachusetts market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6.9    New Hampshire

8.6.9.1    New Hampshire market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.9.2    New Hampshire market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.9.3    New Hampshire market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.9.4    New Hampshire market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.9.5    New Hampshire market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6.10    Rhode Island

8.6.10.1    Rhode Island market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.10.2    Rhode Island market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.10.3    Rhode Island market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.10.4    Rhode Island market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.10.5    Rhode Island market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6.11    Vermont

8.6.11.1    Vermont market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.11.2    Vermont market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.11.3    Vermont market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.11.4    Vermont market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.11.5    Vermont market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6.12    New Jersey

8.6.12.1    New Jersey market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.12.2    New Jersey market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.12.3    New Jersey market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.12.4    New Jersey market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.12.5    New Jersey market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6.13    New York

8.6.13.1    New York market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.13.2    New York market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.13.3    New York market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.13.4    New York market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.13.5    New York market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.6.14    Pennsylvania

8.6.14.1    Pennsylvania market, 2018 – 2028

8.6.14.2    Pennsylvania market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.6.14.3    Pennsylvania market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.6.14.4    Pennsylvania market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.6.14.5    Pennsylvania market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.7    East South Central

8.7.1    East South Central market, 2018 – 2028

8.7.2    East South Central market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.7.3    East South Central market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.7.4    East South Central market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.7.5    East South Central market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.7.6    Alabama

8.7.6.1    Alabama market, 2018 – 2028

8.7.6.2    Alabama market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.7.6.3    Alabama market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.7.6.4    Alabama market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.7.6.5    Alabama market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.7.7    Kentucky

8.7.7.1    Kentucky market, 2018 – 2028

8.7.7.2    Kentucky market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.7.7.3    Kentucky market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.7.7.4    Kentucky market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.7.7.5    Kentucky market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.7.8    Mississippi

8.7.8.1    Mississippi market, 2018 – 2028

8.7.8.2    Mississippi market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.7.8.3    Mississippi market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.7.8.4    Mississippi market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.7.8.5    Mississippi market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.7.9    Tennessee

8.7.9.1    Tennessee market, 2018 – 2028

8.7.9.2    Tennessee market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.7.9.3    Tennessee market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.7.9.4    Tennessee market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.7.9.5    Tennessee market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.8    West North Central

8.8.1    West North Central market, 2018 – 2028

8.8.2    West North Central market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.8.3    West North Central market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.8.4    West North Central market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.8.5    West North Central market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.8.6    Iowa

8.8.6.1    Iowa market, 2018 – 2028

8.8.6.2    Iowa market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.8.6.3    Iowa market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.8.6.4    Iowa market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.8.6.5    Iowa market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.8.7    Kansas

8.8.7.1    Kansas market, 2018 – 2028

8.8.7.2    Kansas market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.8.7.3    Kansas market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.8.7.4    Kansas market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.8.7.5    Kansas market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.8.8    Minnesota

8.8.8.1    Minnesota market, 2018 – 2028

8.8.8.2    Minnesota market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.8.8.3    Minnesota market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.8.8.4    Minnesota market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.8.8.5    Minnesota market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.8.9    Missouri

8.8.9.1    Missouri market, 2018 – 2028

8.8.9.2    Missouri market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.8.9.3    Missouri market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.8.9.4    Missouri market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.8.9.5    Missouri market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.8.10    Nebraska

8.8.10.1    Nebraska market, 2018 – 2028

8.8.10.2    Nebraska market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.8.10.3    Nebraska market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.8.10.4    Nebraska market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.8.10.5    Nebraska market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.8.11    North Dakota

8.8.11.1    North Dakota market, 2018 – 2028

8.8.11.2    North Dakota market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.8.11.3    North Dakota market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.8.11.4    North Dakota market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.8.11.5    North Dakota market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.8.12    South Dakota

8.8.12.1    South Dakota market, 2018 – 2028

8.8.12.2    South Dakota market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.8.12.3    South Dakota market by capacity, 2018 – 2028

8.8.12.4    South Dakota market by technology, 2018 – 2028

8.8.12.5    South Dakota market by application, 2018 – 2028

8.9    Pacific States

8.9.1    Pacific States market, 2018 – 2028

8.9.2    Pacific States market by fuel, 2018 – 2028

8.

By Fuel

  • Natural Gas
  • Oil
  • Coal
  • Others

By Capacity

  • 0.3 2.5 MMBtu/hr
  • 2.5 10 MMBtu/hr
  • 10 50 MMBtu/hr
  • 50 100 MMBtu/hr
  • 100 250 MMBtu/hr
  • >250 MMBtu/hr

By Technology

  • Condensing
  • Non-condensing

By Application

  • Food Processing
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Chemical
  • Refining
  • Primary Metal
  • Others

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