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China Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Industry 2012 Deep Research Report


Published On : Jun 2012

Category : Combined Heat and Power (CHP)

No. of Pages : 98 pages

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2012 Deep Research Report on China Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Industry was professional and depth research report on China CHP industry. This report has firstly introduced CHP definition classification industry chain etc relation information. Then introduced CHP technology and industry development status, And then introduced CHP applications and related market demand market supply and market development analysis. 

 

And also introduced CHP related equipments list and related market analysis. And also introduce China key CHP suppliers and their project achievements. Finally, the report also introduced CHP industry investment environment and related investment return analysis. In a word, it was a depth research report on China CHP industry. 

 

And thanks to the support and assistance from CHP industry chain related experts and enterprises during QYResearch Team survey and interview.

Table of Contents

 

Chapter One CHP Industry Overview 1

1.1 Definition of CHP industry 1

1.2 Background of CHP industry policy 1

1.2.1 CHP industry management system 1

1.2.1.1 The power industry management system 1

1.2.1.2 Thermal industry management system 3

1.2.2 CHP industry support policies 4

1.2.3 CHP industry development plan 4

1.3 Background of CHP industry, energy and environmental 4

1.3.1 Economic development 4

1.3.2 Energy consumption intensified 5

1.3.3 Resource pressures significantly 5

1.3.4 Environmental pressures 6

1.3.5 Energy-saving environmental advantages of CHP 6

 

Chapter Two CHP Upstream and Downstream Industry Analysis 6

2.1 Workflow analysis of CHP 6

2.1.1 Fuel coal process 6

2.1.2 Air and gas flow 7

2.1.3 Water and steam flow 7

2.1.4 Electrical system processes 7

2.2 The cost and impact analysis of the upper reaches of the CHP 8

2.2.1 The cost of the CHP project 8

2.2.1.1 Fuel costs 8

2.2.1.2 Water 9

2.2.1.3 Electricity 9

2.2.1.4 Equipment depreciation 9

2.2.2 The impact of the cost of the CHP industry 10

2.3 Downstream development of CHP and its effect 11

2.3.1 Analysis of the development of downstream users in CHP 11

2.3.1.1 Industrial users 11

2.3.1.2 Residential customers 13

2.3.2 The development of downstream users of CHP industry 15

 

Chapter Three CHP Industry Development Status Analysis 16

3.1 CHP scale of development 16

3.1.1 Analysis of power installed capacity 16

3.1.2 Analysis of the installed power structure 16

3.1.2.1 Installed structure 16

3.1.2.2 The characteristics of installed structural changes 17

3.2 Analysis of CHP product price 19

3.2.1 Electricity prices 19

3.2.1.1 Electricity market process 19

3.2.1.2 CHP tariff 19

3.2.2 Thermal price 20

3.2.2.1 Thermal pricing mechanism 20

3.2.2.2 Changes in thermal prices 21

3.3 Analysis of Economic Benefits of CHP 23

3.3.1 CHP economic efficiency indicators 23

3.3.1.1 Thermal efficiency of the CHP 23

3.3.1.2 Heat-power ratio of CHP 23

3.3.2 Analysis of Economic Benefits of CHP 23

3.3.2.1 Efficiency advantages compared with the pure thermal power 23

3.3.2.2 Efficiency advantages compared with the heat supply 23

3.4 Analysis of the development of CCHP 24

3.4.1 CCHP Research 24

3.4.2 Advantages of CCHP 24

3.4.3 Analysis of CCHP application 25

3.5 CHP projects 26

3.5.1 CHP production projects Statistics 26

3.5.2 CHP Building Projects Statistics 26

3.5.3 The Planning CHP Project Statistics 27

 

Chapter Four CHP Industry Central Heating Analysis 27

4.1 Analysis of heat supply and demand balance 27

4.1.1 Analysis of thermal market in consumer demand 27

4.1.1.1 Analysis of the total heat consumption 27

4.1.1.2 Analysis of heat consumption structure 28

4.1.2 Thermal market concentration of supply analysis 29

4.1.2.1 City steam central heating capacity 29

4.1.2.2 Total amount of city Steam central heating 29

4.1.2.3 City hot water central heating capacity 29

4.1.2.4 City hot water central heating aggregates 29

4.2 Analysis of civil centralized heating 30

4.2.1 Civil centralized heating facilities the status quo 30

4.2.1.1 Urban construction area of the scale of construction 30

4.2.1.2 The size of heating area of town buildings 30

4.2.1.3 Urban heat pipeline construction 31

4.2.2 Northeast civil central heating 32

4.2.2.1 Northeast thermal power plant heating equipment capacity 32

4.2.2.2 Northeast thermal power plant heating the total situation 32

4.2.2.3 Northeast civil central heating plan 32

4.2.3 North China civil central heating 33

4.2.3.1 North thermal power plant heating equipment capacity 33

4.2.3.2 North thermal power plant heating total situation 33

4.2.3.3 North China civil central heating plan 33

4.2.4 Northwest civil central heating 34

4.2.4.1 Northwest thermal power plant heating equipment capacity 34

4.2.4.2 Northwest thermal power plant heating total situation 34

4.3 Central heating analysis of industrial users 35

4.3.1 Industrial central heating situation 41

4.3.2 Jiangsu Industrial central heating 41

4.3.2.1 Jiangsu thermal power plant heating equipment capacity 41

4.3.2.2 Jiangsu total thermal power plant heating situation 41

4.3.2.3 Jiangsu industrial users thermoelectric demand 42

4.3.2.4 Jiangsu Industrial central heating plan 42

4.3.3 Shandong central heating 43

4.3.3.1 Shandong Thermal Power Plant heating equipment capacity 43

4.3.3.2 Shandong Thermal Power Plant heating the total situation 43

4.3.3.3 Shandong central heating planning 43

4.3.4 Zhejiang central heating 44

4.3.4.1 Zhejiang Thermal Power Plant heating equipment capacity 44

4.3.4.2 Zhejiang Thermal Power Plant heating the total situation 44

4.3.4.3 Zhejiang thermoelectric demand 44

 

Chapter Five Self-built Thermal Power Plant Analysis of the Industrial Enterprises 45

5.1 Analysis of the oil industry thermal power plant construction 45

5.1.1 Analysis of thermoelectric needs of the petroleum industry 45

5.1.2 Oil thermal power plant construction 45

5.1.2.1 The oil thermoelectric installed capacity 45

5.1.2.2 Thermoelectric capacity planning of the oil 46

5.1.3 Sinopec heat and power plant construction 46

5.1.3.1 Sinopec thermoelectric installed capacity 46

5.1.3.2 Sinopec thermoelectric capacity planning 46

5.2 Analysis of chemical industrial heat and power plant construction 47

5.2.1 Needs analysis of the chemical industry thermoelectric 47

5.2.2 Key industries, thermal power installed capacity 47

5.2.2.1 Fertilizer industry is thermoelectric capacity needs of the situation 47

5.2.2.2 Salt chemical industry, thermoelectric installed demand 48

5.2.3 Thermoelectric capacity planning of the chemical industry 48

5.3 Analysis of light industrial heat and power plant construction 48

5.3.1 Light industry thermoelectric needs analysis 48

5.3.2 Paper industry thermoelectric installed capacity 48

5.3.3 The paper industry thermoelectric capacity planning 49

5.4 Analysis of non-ferrous metallurgical industry thermal power plant construction 50

5.4.1 Thermoelectric needs analysis of non-ferrous metallurgy 50

5.4.1.1 Status of non-ferrous metallurgy 50

5.4.1.2 Energy consumption of the status quo of non-ferrous metallurgy 50

5.4.1.3 Non-ferrous metallurgy-owned thermal power plant status quo 51

5.4.2 The aluminum smelting industry thermoelectric installed capacity 51

5.4.3 The aluminum smelting industry thermoelectric installed capacity planning 51

 

Chapter Six CHP Industry Main Equipments Analysis 52

6.1 Coal-fired boiler market analysis 52

6.1.1 Size of the market analysis of coal-fired boilers 52

6.1.2 The coal-fired boiler manufacturers 52

6.1.3 The development of coal-fired boilers Trend Analysis 52

6.2 Waste heat boiler market analysis 53

6.2.1 Waste heat boiler market size analysis 53

6.2.2 Waste heat boiler manufacturers 54

6.2.3 Waste heat boiler market prospects 54

6.3 Back pressure steam turbine market analysis 55

6.3.1 Analysis of the back pressure steam turbine applications 55

6.3.2 Back pressure steam turbine manufacturers 55

6.3.3 Back pressure steam turbine market prospects 55

6.4 Waste heat bromine cooler market analysis 56

6.4.1 Waste heat bromine cooler scale of development 56

6.4.2 Waste heat bromine cooler manufacturers 56

6.4.3 Waste heat bromine cooler market prospects 56

 

Chapter Seven Combined Heat and Power Industries and Enterprises Competitive Analysis 57

7.1 The CHP Enterprise Competitive Analysis 57

7.1.1 The CHP enterprise competitiveness 57

7.1.2 CHP concentration analysis 58

7.2 CHP operating companies and competitor analysis 58

7.2.1 State Power Corporation of Jilin Longhua Thermal Power operation 58

7.2.1.1 Analysis of enterprise development profiles 58

7.2.1.2 Analysis of enterprises the main business 59

7.2.1.3 Enterprise operating conditions 59

7.2.1.4 SWOT analysis of business conditions 62

7.2.1.5 Analysis of merger and reorganization of enterprises to invest in 63

7.2.2 Huaneng Beijing Thermal Power Co. Ltd. Business Analysis 63

7.2.2.1 Company Profile 63

7.2.2.2 Analysis of major economic indicators of enterprises 64

7.2.2.3 Profitability analysis 65

7.2.2.4 Corporate solvency analysis 66

7.2.2.5 Capacity analysis of business operations 66

7.2.2.6 Capacity analysis of business growth 66

7.2.3 Tianjin Huaneng Yangliuqing thermoelectric limited liability company's business operation analysis 67

7.2.3.1 Company Profile 67

7.2.3.2 Analysis of major economic indicators of enterprises 67

7.2.3.3 Profitability analysis 68

7.2.3.4 Corporate solvency analysis 69

7.2.3.5 Capacity analysis of business operations 69

7.2.3.6 Capacity analysis of business growth 70

7.2.4 Datang Taiyuan second thermal power plant operation 70

7.2.4.1 Company Profile 70

7.2.4.2 Analysis of major economic indicators of enterprises 71

7.2.4.3 Profitability analysis 71

7.2.4.4 Corporate solvency analysis 72

7.2.4.5 Capacity analysis of business operations 72

7.2.4.6 Capacity analysis of business growth 73

7.2.5 Shenzhen Nanshan Power Co., Ltd. operation 73

7.2.5.1 Analysis of enterprise development profiles 73

7.2.5.2 Analysis of enterprises the main business 74

7.2.5.3 Enterprise operating conditions 74

7.2.5.4 SWOT analysis of business conditions 76

7.2.5.5 Analysis of merger and reorganization of enterprises 76

7.2.5.6 Trend Analysis of the latest developments in Related Enterprises 77

 

Chapter Eight Combined Heat and Power Industry Development Prospects Analysis 78

8.1 Investment characteristics of the CHP analysis 78

8.1.1 CHP investment barriers 78

8.1.2 CHP profit model 78

8.1.3 CHP earnings factors 78

8.2 The development of CHP forecast 79

8.2.1 CHP development trend analysis 79

8.2.1.1 Marketing scope of universalization 79

8.2.1.2 Large capacity of the units 79

8.2.1.3 High-tech clean coal technology 80

8.2.1.4 Systematic energy-saving technologies 80

8.2.1.5 The use of fuel clean 81

8.2.1.6 Investment management market 82

8.2.2 Analysis of prospects for the development of CHP 83

8.2.2.1 Development prospects of industrial central heating 83

8.2.2.2 Civil district heating development prospects 83

8.2.3 CCHP development prospects 84

8.2.4 The CHP future development of strategic analysis 84

 

Chapter Nine CHP Industry Credit Risk Analysis 86

9.1 Industry policy risks and tips 86

9.1.1 Impact of industrial policy and risk warning 86

9.1.2 Environmental policy implications and risk warning 86

9.1.3 Energy saving policy implications and risk warning 86

9.1.4 Energy planning impact analysis and risk warning 86

9.2 Industry, market risk and tips 87

9.2.1 The risk of market supply and demand prompt 87

9.2.2 The risk of competition in the industry tips 87

9.3 Industry chain credit opportunities and recommendations 87

9.3.1 Upstream industry chain credit opportunities and recommendations 87

9.3.2 Credit opportunities and recommendations of the electric power industry 87

9.3.3 Upstream and downstream industry chain credit opportunities and recommendations 88

9.4 Industry credit opportunities and recommendations 88

9.4.1 Overall credit opportunities and credit recommendations 88

9.4.2 Regional credit opportunities and recommendations 88

Tables and Figures

 

Figure 2006-2011 China GDP (Billion RMB) and Growth Rate 5

Figure 2006-2011 China Total Industrial Added Value (Billion RMB) and Growth Rate 11

Table 2011 China Major Industrial Products and Their Growth Rate 12

Figure Profits (Billion RMB) of Industrial Enterprises Above Designated Size in 2011 and Their Growth Rate 12

Table 2009-2011 China Rural Per Capita Net Income (RMB) and the actual Growth Rate 13

Table 6 2009-2011 China Urban Residents Per Capita Net Income (RMB) and the actual Growth Rate 14

Figure 2006-2011 China Urban Residents Engel Coefficient 14

Table 2006-2011 China Rural Engel coefficient 14

Figure 2006-Mar 2012 China's Total Installed Capacity (10MW) of Power Generation Equipment Change Trends 16

Figure 2006-Mar 2012 China New Power Generation Installed Capacity (10MW) 16

Table Jan-Oct 2011 China Power Installed Structure (10MW) and Their Proportion 17

Table Growth Rate Comparison of Thermal Power Installed Capacity and Power Generation 2006-2010 18

Table List of CHP Installed Capacity (10MW) 2004-2011 18

Figure Change Trends of CHP Installed Capacity (10MW) 2004-2011 18

Table 2006-2011 CHP Commercial Production Projects List 26

Table 2011-2012H1 CHP Building Projects List 26

Table 2012 CHP Planning Project List 27

Figure China's total heat consumption growth trends, 2005-2011 28

Figure 2011 China's thermal consumption Structure 28

Table 2007-2011, China's urban cities steam central heating capacity (10K Ton/hour) 29

Table 2007-2011, China's urban cities steam central heating total Capacity (10K GJ) 29

Table 2007-2011, China's urban cities hot water central heating capacity (10GW) 29

Table 2007-2011, China's urban cities hot water central heating total Capacity (10K GJ) 29

Figure 2009-2011 China's urban construction area size (100 Million M2) 30

Figure 2009-2011, China's urban construction heating area size (100 Million M2) 31

Table 2007-2011, China's urban steam heat pipe length (km) 31

Table 2007-2011, China's urban water pipeline length (km) 31

Table 2009-2011 Northeast thermal power plant heating equipment capacity (10MW) 32

Table 2009-2011 Northeast thermal power plant total heating capacity (10K GJ) 32

Table 2009-2011 North China Thermal Power Plant Heating Equipment capacity (10MW) 33

Table 2009-2011 North China thermal power plant total heating capacity (10K GJ) 33

Table 2009-2011 Northwest Thermal Power Plant heating equipment capacity (10MW) 34

Table 2009-2011 Northwest Thermal Power Plant heating total Capacity (10K GJ) 34

Table Several cities Thermal coal linkage mechanism situation 36

Table thermal power enterprises tariff Adjustment history 40

Table 2011 Big 5 power generation groups Grid electricity and tariff 40

Table 2009-2011 Jiangsu Thermal Power Plant heating equipment capacity (10MW) 41

Table 2009-2011 Jiangsu thermal power plant total heating Capacity (10K GJ) 41

Table 2009-2011 Jiangsu Industrial users heat and power Demand (10MW) 42

Table 2009-2011 Shandong thermal power plant heating equipment capacity (10MW) 43

Table 2009-2011 Shandong thermal power plant total heating Capacity (10K GJ) 43

Table 2009-2011 Zhejiang Thermal Power Plant heating equipment capacity (10MW) 44

Table 2009-2011 Zhejiang Thermal Power Plant Total Heating Capacity (10K GJ) 44

Table 2009-2011 Zhejiang user heating and power Demand (10MW) 44

Table Petrochemical enterprise thermoelectric installed Turbine Classification 46

Table Chemical industrial CHP existing installed (MW) distribution by Sub-industries 47

Table CHP Installed Capacity (MW) Classification in Paper Industry 49

Table Part of the paper manufacturers new CHP installed capacity (MW) 49

Table Non-ferrous metallurgical industry self own thermal power station status 51

Table Guodian Jilin Longhua Thermal Power Co., Ltd. Main Economic Indicators (thousand RMB) 60

Table Guodian Jilin Longhua Thermal Power Co.,Ltd Operating Income (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 60

Figure Guodian Jilin Longhua Thermal Power Corporation Profit (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 60

Figure Guodian Jilin Longhua Thermal Power Corporation Profit Margin and Assets Return Rate 61

Table Guodian Jilin Longhua Thermal Power Corporation Assets Liabilities (thousand RMB) and Asset-liability Ratio 61

Table Guodian Jilin Longhua Thermal Power Company Gross Margin and Profit Margin List 61

Figure Guodian Jilin Longhua Thermal Power Corporation Revenue (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 62

Table Guodian Jilin Longhua Thermal Power Co., Ltd SWOT Analysis 62

Table Huaneng Beijing Thermal Power Co. Ltd Revenue Cost Profit (thousand RMB) 64

Table Huaneng Beijing Thermal Power Co. Ltd. Revenue (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 64

Figure Huaneng Beijing Thermal Power Co. Ltd Total Profit (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 65

Figure Huaneng Beijing Thermal Power Co. Ltd Profit Margin and Assets Return Rate 65

Table Huaneng Beijing Thermal Power Co. Ltd. Assets Liabilities (Thousand RMB) and Asset-liability Ratio 66

Table Huaneng Beijing Thermal Power Company Limited Gross Margin and Profit Margin List 66

Figure Huaneng Beijing Thermal Power Company Revenue (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 66

Table Tianjin Huaneng Yangliuqing Thermal Power Co., Ltd. Revenue Cost Profit (thousand RMB) List 67

Table Tianjin Huaneng Yangliuqing Thermal Power Co., Ltd. Revenue (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 68

Figure Tianjin Huaneng Yangliuqing Thermal Power Co., Ltd. Profit (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 68

Figure Tianjin Huaneng Yangliuqing Thermal Power Co., Ltd. Profit Margin and Assets Return Rate 69

Table Tianjin Huaneng Yangliuqing Thermal Power Co., Ltd. Assets liabilities (thousand RMB) and Asset-liability ratio 69

Table Tianjin Huaneng Yangliuqing Thermal Power Co., Ltd Gross Margin and Profit Margin List 69

Figure Tianjin Huaneng Yangliuqing Thermal Power Co., Ltd Revenue (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 70

Table Datang Taiyuan second thermal power plant Revenue Cost Profit (thousand RMB) List 71

Table Datang Taiyuan second thermal power plant Revenue (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 71

Figure Datang Taiyuan second thermal power plant Profit (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 71

Figure Datang Taiyuan second thermal power plant Profit Margin and Assets Return Rate 72

Table Datang Taiyuan second thermal power plant Assets Liabilities (thousand RMB) and Asset-liability Ratio 72

Table Datang Taiyuan second thermal power plant Gross Margin and Profit Margin List 72

Figure Datang Taiyuan second thermal power plants Revenue (thousand RMB) and Growth Rate 73

Table 2011 Shenzhen Nanshan Power Co., Ltd. Revenue Cost Profit (10K RMB) List 74

Table 2011 Shenzhen Nanshan Power Co., Ltd. Finance Data List 74

Table 2011 Shenzhen Nanshan Power Co., Ltd. Profit Table (RMB) 75

Table Shenzhen Nanshan Power Co., Ltd. SWOT Analysis 76

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