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Gas Turbine Inlet Air Cooling

Today, energy consumption is rising at an ever increasing rate. This is driven by surging populations, rapid urbanization, as well as regulations to increase power plant efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.

As a result, the industry has turned to gas turbine generators as a practical solution because this is the most environmentally-friendly means to generate electricity using a fossil fuel.

One strategy to meet the growing demand for power is to add more gas turbine generators. Adding new gas turbine capacity is capital intensive and can involve long permitting periods. An alternative strategy involves enhancing the output of existing generators.

Gas Turbine Inlet Air Cooling (GTIAC), also known as Turbine Inlet Air Cooling (TIAC) or Turbine Inlet Cooling (TIC), is widely recognized as the most effective method to increase power output of gas turbine driven power plants, ensuring peak performance in environments with high ambient temperature.
Waste Heat Recovery

Waste heat recovery solutions recycle surplus heat from power or industrial plants into higher temperature hot water that can be used to operate large central heating plants.

Compared to traditional boiler heating, heat pumps can reduce coal consumption by up to 30 percent while supplying the same amount of heat.

This technology is an important innovation, especially for the Chinese market, where the Government has made a commitment to reduce pollution from the burning of fossil fuels.

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