News Rotator Image
Stellarenergy Flyout Industryexpert Image

Contact an Industry Expert Now!

First Name:* Last Name:* Phone Number:Email Address:* What can we help you with:
Stellarenergy Flyout Newsalerts Image

Sign Up For Blog & News Alerts

First Name:* Last Name:* Email:* Company:* 
News Title Image

Stellar Energy News

August 2021 - Keeping It Cool

Stellar Energy's Steve Balek discusses how TIAC and performance monitoring ensures maximum LNG production in July's issue of LNG Industry.

Stellar Energy was named recipient of the Sterling Manufacturing Business Excellence Bronze Award by the Florida Sterling Council and...

Save the date for IDEA2021: Powering the Future: District Energy/CHP/Microgrids, hosted by the International District...

Stellar Energy announces the launch of Stellar Energy Manufacturing, a new line of business providing modular manufacturing and off-site construction for mission critical and industrial markets.

February 2020 - More than Megawatts

In the February 2020 issue of LNG Industry magazine, Zack Taylor presents a comparison of mechanical chilling versus adiabatic cooling as augmentation methods for LNG production.

Stellar Energy, a custom energy solutions provider for the power generation, LNG and data center markets, announced that Peter Gibson, Chairman and CEO, will be speaking at the EXIM Bank 2019 Annual Conference held in Washington D.C. on March 28 and 29. The conference focuses on the international trade landscape and is hosted by the Export-Import Bank of the United States.

Curtis Lovelace examines the use of regasification energy to improve turbine performance with turbine inlet air chilling, providing increased output and efficiency  for power plants at LNG regasification facilities.

At Gastech 2018, Curtis Lovelace discussed how to improve LNG plant performance and stability with turbine inlet air chilling and the benefits of TIAC technology at Cheniere Energy’s Corpus Christi Liquefaction facility.

Stellar Energy—a custom energy solutions provider for the power generation, utilities, LNG and data center markets—has been...

Cheniere’s Corpus Christi is moving ahead with construction of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility in Texas. 

According to the latest filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), Cheniere has progressed the project’s Stage 1 to 84 percent completion. Stage 1 includes the construction of liquefaction trains 1 and 2, storage tanks A and C, OSBL, west jetty and east jetty civil works.

Stellar Energy, a custom energy solutions provider, is pleased to announce the expansion of its services line of...

Find out how turbine inlet air chilling with thermal storage has helped Duke Energy recover lost megawatts and boost power output at Hines Energy Complex in Bartow, Florida.

December 2017 - Cool it Down

In LNG Industry's November issue, Curtis Lovelace and Craig Kedrowski explain how LNG plant performance and stability can be improved with the use of turbine inlet air chilling. The article highlights Stellar Energy's TIAC system at Cheniere Energy's Corpus Christi liquefaction facility.

Stellar Energy has teamed up with Builders Care, a local non-profit contruction company, to provide critical home repairs for families in need.

Stellar Energy Americas, Inc (“SEA”) and TAS Energy Inc. (“TAS Energy”) have reached a settlement of the lawsuits involving Turbine Inlet Air Cooling Installations at the Duke Hines Energy Complex in Bartow, Florida, and the Frontera Energy Center in Mission, Texas, and related inter partes reviews of TAS Energy’s patents by the Patent and Trademark Appeal Board. As part of the settlement, TAS Energy has provided SEA a full and complete, non-exclusive license to practice the inventions claimed in TAS Energy’s turbine inlet air cooling patent family – including U.S. Patent Nos, RE44,815; 6,328,065 B1; 6,470,686 B2; and RE 44,079 – that extends to any SEA customer, contractor, or supplier relating to past or future installations, technology or systems.

Blog Related Content

As the true work horses of a TIAC system, chillers are very good at moving the heat from the process water system to the heat rejection system in very large quantities as...(READ MORE)

The power market has been subject to rapid changes over the last decade. Renewable generation capacity is contributing a measurable amount of power to the US grid and the...(READ MORE)

Every component of your control system – from controllers, I/O cards and network equipment to computers and software – has an expectant lifecycle. If any component of the...(READ MORE)

Chilled water plants are sophisticated assets comprised of mechanical and electrical systems controlled by programmable logic controllers (PLCs).  They play a critical...(READ MORE)