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Recent Presentations

o TICA Webinar 13 (April 8, 2015): Best Practices for Hybrid Systems for Capacity and Efficiency Enhancement of Combustion Turbines During Hot Weather
Donald Shepherd, (Vice President, Caldwell Energy Company) made the presentation. Full recording of the webinar and a PDF file of the presentation are now available.

o TICA Webinar 12 (February 11, 2015): Best Practices for Wet Compression Systems for Capacity and Efficiency Enhancement of Combustion Turbines During Hot Weather
Donald Shepherd, (Vice President, Caldwell Energy Company) made the presentation. Full recording of the webinar and a PDF file the presentation are now available.

o TICA Webinar 11 (January 22, 2015): Best Practices for Thermal Energy Systems for Capacity and Efficiency Enhancement of Combustion Turbines During Hot Weather
Guy Frankenfield, (Manager, TES & Biofuels, DN Tanks) made the presentation. Full recording of the webinar is now available.

o TICA Submitted Comments (November 25, 2014) to EPA for its Proposed 111d Rule About Emissions from Existing Power Plants
A PDF file of the comments is now available.

o TICA Webinar 11 (October 8, 2014): Best Practices for Chiller Systems for Capacity and Efficiency Enhancement of Combustion Turbines During Hot Weather
Trey Sims, (Sales Manager, Turnkey Systems, TAS) made the presentation. Full recording of the webinar and a PDF file of the presentation are now available.

o TICA Webinar 10 (August 19, 2014): Best Practices for Fogging Systems for Capacity and Efficiency Enhancement of Combustion Turbines During Hot Weather
Donald Shepherd, (Vice President, Caldwell Energy Company) made the presentation. Full recording of the webinar (Please fast forward/skip the first 23 minutes of recording prior to the webinar and a PDF file of the presentation are now available.

o TICA Webinar 9 (June 11, 2014): Best Practices for Wetted-Media Direct Evaporative Cooling for Combustion Turbine Inlet
Pat Zeller, (GTEC National Sales, Munters Corporation) made the presentation. Full recording of the webinar and a PDF file of the presentation are now available.

o TICA Webinar 8 (April 9, 2014): Turbine Inlet Cooling for Increasing Capacity & Reducing Emissions During Hot Weather
Dharam Punwani (President, Avalon Consulting, Inc.) made the presentation. A copy of the presentation is available.

o TICA Presentation at the EPA Listening Session for 111(D) Carbon Pollution Standards for Existing Power Plants (November 7, 2013)
Guy Frankenfield (DN Tanks) made the presentation. A copy of the presentation is available.

o TICA Webinar 7 (June 19, 2013): Hybrid Systems
Marcus Bastianen (Director, Everest Sciences) made the presentation. A copy of the presentation is available.

o TICA Webinar 6 (April 17, 2013): Wet Compression Systems
Donald Shepherd (Vice President, Caldwell Energy Company) made the presentation. A copy of the presentation is available.

o TICA Webinar 5 (February 13, 2013): Thermal Energy Storage Systems
Guy Frankenfield (Manager, DN Tanks) made the presentation. A copy of the presentation is available.

o TICA Webinar 1 (June 20, 2012): Turbine Inlet Cooling: An Overview

o TICA Webinar 4 (January 16, 2013): Chiller Systems
Thomas Tillman (Vice President, TAS.) made the presentation. A copy of the presentation is available.

o TICA Webinar 3 (October 17, 2012): Fog Evaporative Cooling Systems
Donald Shepherd (Vice President, Caldwell Energy Company) made the presentation. A copy of the presentation is available.

o TICA Webinar 2 (August 21, 2012): Wetted-Media Evaporative Cooling Systems
Pat Zeller (Munters Corppration) made the presentation. A copy of the presentation is available.

Dharam V. Punwani (President, Avalon Consulting, Inc..) made the presentation. A copy of the presentation is available.

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