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2020 GTW Handbook, Volume 35


GTW’s Handbook is an annually-updated gas turbine project reference for owner operators, project developers, power plant application engineers, gas turbine OEMs, product and service suppliers, consultants, federal and state energy agencies, investors and general energy community.

If you are looking to evaluate, compare, and select gas turbine models, the Handbook offers performance data, pricing, and design specifications for industrial gas turbines, with details including ISO base load output, heat rate, efficiency, pressure ratio, mass flow, turbine speed, exhaust temperature, weight, and dimensions (LxWxH).

For budget unit pricing and cost per kW/h, the annual GTW Handbook offers tables for Simple Cycle Genset Price, Combined Cycle Plant Price, Mechanical Drive price.

The annual GTW Handbook covers model data from the following OEM’s: GE Power, Siemens Energy, Mitsubishi Power, PW Power Systems, Ansaldo Energia, IHI Power Systems, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, GE Marine, Solar Turbines, MAN Turbo, Capstone, Bharat Heavy Electricals, Zorya Mashproekt, UEC-Aviadgatel, UEC Gas Turbines, Magellan, Baker Hughes, Ethos Energy, Centrax, OPRA, Mapna, Hitachi Zosen, and Vericor.

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Handbook Description

Gas Turbine Units

  • new and upgraded gas turbine design changes over the last 5 years
  • ratings for nearly 600 gas turbine models in production around the world
  • adjustment factors for estimating rated performance at different site conditions
  • worldwide gas turbine power plant project orders and installations by region

Gas Turbine Pricing
Pricing factors and scope of equipment supply for:

  • simple cycle gensets
  • combined cycle plants
  • mechanical drive units

GTW Editorial Staff Research

  • over 60 industry interviews and OEM surveys
  • unique database of design ratings and pricing
  • hundreds of hours editorial manpower hours collecting and evaluating data

Reality Check

Is it time for a reality check on record-breaking claims to 64% and higher combined cycle plant efficiency? Find out what one veteran consultant has to say about it. Sign up for access to the full article.