Babcock & Wilcox, a leading industrial manufacturer known for its nuclear power systems and steam boilers, has reportedly signed a new contract with Creative Energy worth $4 million to design, produce, and supply two package boilers for Creative Energy’s district heating facility located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Creative Energy is among the leading energy companies in North America. The firm’s extensive 280-megawatt plant located in downtown Vancouver delivers domestic hot water and heating to approximately 215 buildings using a 15-kilometer long underground pipeline network.

Both water-tube package boilers specifically developed to fire fuel oil or natural gas would be manufactured in the Babcock & Wilcox, Monterrey, Mexico facility.

Jimmy Morgan, Chief Operating Officer, Babcock & Wilcox stated that B&W Thermal has an extensive portfolio of package boilers that are purpose-built to offer reliable performance for various applications, ranging from manufacturing and industry to municipal heating and healthcare sectors.

Morgan further added that the company’s decades’ worth of experience and ingenuity has made its package boilers a preferred option for thousands of customers. Morgan also thanked Creative Energy for selecting B&W for fulfilling its package boilers.

Krishnan Iyer, Chief Executive Officer and President, Creative Energy stated that the company has an extensive 50 year long history of providing dependable services to its clients.

Iyer further added that the addition of two new package boilers to the firm’s downtown facility would further enhance efficiency as well as provide redundancy in near-term to the previously planned installation of low carbon power generation.

Both package boilers are currently being engineered with their delivery planned for Spring of 2021.

With more than 150 years of experience and over 5,000 units, B&W Thermal’s water-tube industrial and package boilers are developed to meet unique space, installation, transportation, capacity, emissions, and other customer requirements.

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