Improve profitability by enhancing power output by up to 30%

Turbine Inlet Air Chilling

Turbine inlet air chilling (TIAC) is a commercially proven way to improve power producers' profitability by increasing a gas turbine's power output by up to 30 percent, often at one-third the cost of a new turbine and half that of a new peaking plant. While the technology is not new, awareness of its benefits is growing as energy demands increase around the world and power producers look for more cost-efficient ways to increase power output.

Unlocking the Turbine's Potential

While gas turbines are very efficient power-generation systems, when the weather gets hot, they lose power output by up to 30 percent. Unfortunately this happens at the exact time when power is needed most, as more people turn on air conditioning, causing a surge in electricity demand.

However, by applying TIAC systems, power producers can avoid this output drop, improving their profitability and guaranteeing constant power production. By mechanically chilling the inlet air before it enters the compressor, TIAC gives the turbine a boost and restores the power produced to the nominal-rated output. The result-increased revenue through 30 percent more overall power output.

Explore this section to learn about TIAC's proven benefits, our TIAC solutions, how our solutions give you an advantage, and frequently asked questions about TIAC.

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Turbine Inlet Air Chilling Projects

Bryan Texas Utilities
Dansby Power Plant
Bryan, Texas
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
Cogeneration Facility
Corona, California
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
Combined Cycle Power
Plant - Dalton
Dalton, Georgia
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
Combined Cycle Power
Plant - Griffith
Griffith, Arizona
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
Combined Cycle Power
Plant - Rumford
Rumford, Maine
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
Duke Energy
Arlington
Arlington, Arizona
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
Duke Energy
Dalton
Dalton, Georgia
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
Duke Energy
Malvern
Malvern, Arkansas
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
Frontera Energy Center
Mission, Texas
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
Saudi Electric Company
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Turbine Inlet Air Chilling
 
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