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Turbine inlet cooling (TIC) boosts capacity and efficiency of combustion turbine (CT) systems during hot weather. TIC is a resilient, sustainable, fast-responding and carbon-reducing option. It is also compatible with the CT systems that operate in response to a short notice because of the intermittent output of renewable electric power sources.

The Turbine Inlet Cooling Association (TICA) promotes the development and exchange of knowledge related to gas turbine inlet cooling (TIC) for enhancing power generation worldwide. TICA is a non-profit organization.

If you are looking to increase your knowledge about TIC, you don’t have to look any further. TICA is your one-stop source for valuable information and tools for TIC. Following are some of the highlights of the information available on this website:

What is Turbine Inlet Cooling?

TIC Benefits

TIC Technologies

TICA White Paper,"Turbine Inlet Cooling: A Valuable Tool to Increase Electric Energy Production During Hot Weather,": Executive Summary, Full Details and Presentation Slides

TICA White Paper,"ENERGY STORAGE: A Clear Need for the Power Grid –But How Best to Achieve It?": Full Details

Quantitative Benefits of Increased Capacity and Reduced Emissions for Top 20 States and the Entire U.S. from Turbine Inlet Cooling.

TICA and a Member Speak at the U.S. EPA Listening Sessions for 111(d) Rule for Carbon Pollution Standards for Exsiting Power Plants: Washington, DC and Dallas, TX

TIC Article in 2010 Gas Turbine World Handbook

TIC Article in 2010 Combined Cycle Journal

TIC Technology Performance Calculator

TIC Bibliography

TIC Installations Database

TICA Presentations at the NARUC Electricity Committee Meetings: 2006 and 2008

Online Forum for TICA Members who are Gas Turbine User Members

TICA Members and their Profiles

TICA Member Benefits

New TICA Members

TICA News

Banner Ads on TICA Website

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