Vogt Power to Supply HRSGs for South American Power Plant

November 28, 2011

Danvers, MA – Vogt Power International Inc. (Vogt Power), located in Louisville, KY, a subsidiary of Babcock Power Inc., based in Danvers, MA, announced it will supply the Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG) to Siemens Energy Inc. for the Termozulia III project, located at the Municipality of La Canada de Urdaneta, Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

Vogt Power will deliver two (2) unfired natural circulation three pressure level HRSGs for use behind Siemens SGT6-5000F turbines. The primary fuel for the plant will be oil with moderate natural gas firing. The HRSGs will incorporate Vogt’s SMART design which features a high level of pre-assembly; modules, casing, interconnecting piping, and some structural steel all combined in one box, thereby simplifying and streamlining the processes for on-site construction. When complete the Termozulia III project will increase the power generation capacity for Venezuela’s national network.

“The growth in demand for natural gas combined cycle power plants and cogeneration units internationally has allowed Vogt Power to book eight projects outside the United States this year.  We believe the market will remain strong allowing us to continue our global expansion. We appreciate the confidence that Siemens has in our technology and execution and look forward to supplying our HRSGs for other Siemens projects,” stated Steve Kapsalis, President and CEO, Vogt Power International Inc.

Babcock Power Inc. (www.babcockpower.com) is one of the world’s leading suppliers of technology, equipment and services to the power generation industry. Babcock Power designs, manufactures and services heat recovery steam generators and simple cycle exhaust systems through its Vogt Power International Inc. subsidiary located in Louisville, KY; provides heat exchangers and after market services, including moisture separator reheaters, steam surface condensers and feedwater heaters for fossil-fired, nuclear and concentrated solar plants through its Thermal Engineering International (USA) Inc. subsidiary located in Santa Fe Springs, CA; and provides new steam generators, environmental solutions (including SCRs, flue gas scrubbers and mercury removal systems), and a complete portfolio of after market solutions to the electric utility and waste-to-energy industries for any OEM’s boiler through its subsidiaries located in Worcester, MA. ###