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"Benefits of Turbine Inlet Cooling and Thermal Energy Storage for Cogeneration/CHP Systems," presented by Avalon Consulting and The Cool Solutions Company, at Midwest Cogeneration Conference, Elgin, IL, October 11, 2011

"Turbine Inlet Cooling Technologies and Applications for Optimizing Cogeneration/CHP Systems," an MCA webinar presented by Avalon Consulting, August 25, 2011

"Combustion Turbine Inlet Cooling for Power Augmentation: An Overview," presented by Avalon Consulting at ASME Turbo Expo, Vancouver, BC (Canada)., June 6-10, 2011

"Psychrometrics of Cooling," presented by Munters at ASME Turbo Expo, Vancouver, BC (Canada)., June 6-10, 2011

"Wetted-Media Evaporative Cooling Technology for Combustion Turbine Inlet Air Cooling," presented by Munters at ASME Turbo Expo, Vancouver, BC (Canada)., June 6-10, 2011

"Fogging Technology for Evaporative Cooling for Combustion Turbine Inlet Air Cooling," presented by Caldwell Energy Company at ASME Turbo Expo, Vancouver, BC (Canada)., June 6-10, 2011

"Wet Compression for Combustion Turbine Inlet Air Cooling," presented by Caldwell Energy Company at ASME Turbo Expo, Vancouver, BC (Canada)., June 6-10, 2011

"Chiller Systems for Combustion Turbine Inlet Air Cooling," presented by Stellar Energy Systems at ASME Turbo Expo, Vancouver, BC (Canada)., June 6-10, 2011

"Thermal Energy Storage Systems for Combustion Turbine Inlet Air Cooling," presented by Baltimore Aircoil Company at ASME Turbo Expo, Vancouver, BC (Canada)., June 6-10, 2011

"Energy Storage to Help Meet the Challenge of Integrating Renewable Resources," presented by The Cool Solutions Company and Stellar Energy Systems at Electric Power, Rosemont, IL, May 10-12, 2011

"Application of GREEN Ice Thermal Storage System for Peaking Gas Turbine Power Plants," presented by IDE Technologies at Electric Power, Rosemont, IL, May 10-12, 2011

"Optimizing Clean Energy Systems with Thermal Energy Storage and/or Turbine Inlet Cooling," presented by Avalon Consulting and The Cool Solutions Company at U.S. Clean Heat & Power Association Electric Power, Rosemont, IL, May 10-12, 2011

"Turbine Inlet Cooling: Increased Energy Efficiency & Reduced Carbon Footprint Aspects for District Energy Systems," presented by Avalon Consulting IDEA Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN, June 13-16, 2010

"Thermal Energy Storage (TES): Load Management? Of Course. Economical? Certainly. But Is It Energy Efficient?" presented by The Cool Solutions Company, IDEA Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN, June 2010

"Turbine Inlet Cooling: An Energy Solution That’s Good for the Environment, Rate Payers and Plant Owners," presented by TICA at POWER-GEN 2008, December 2, 2008

"Bulk Air Cooling: The Optimum Solution for Turbine Inlet Chilling," presented by Stellar at POWER-GEN 2008, December 2, 2008

"Gateway Generating Station: Air-Cooled Inlet Chilling," presented by TAS at POWER-GEN 2008, December 2, 2008

"Impact of Turbine Inlet Cooling Technologies on Capacity Augmentation and Reduction in Carbon Footprint for Power Production," presented by Avalon Consulting at Electric Power 2008, Baltimore, MD, May 6-8,. 2008

"Technologies and Economics of Turbine Inlet Cooling Application in Cogeneration," presented by Avalon Consulting at Midwest Cogeneration Association Conference, Countryside, IL May 6, 2008

"Turbine Inlet Cooling: Good for Plant Owners, Rate Payers and the Environment," presented by TICA at the Electricity Committee Meeting, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC), San Franscico, CA, July 31, 2006

"Gas Turbine Flaw Created Opportunities for Low Cost, Green Megawatts," authored by Turbine Air Systems, Turbomachinery International, March/April 2005

"Unearthing Hidden Treasure," authored by Avalon Consulting and Turbine Air Systems, Power Engineering, November 2005

"Operation and Maintenance of Wetted-Media Evaporative Coolers," authored by Munters, Energy-Tech, December 2004

"Reprints of All Turbine Inlet Cooling Articles," Energy-Tech, November 2004

"Thermal Energy Storage Technologies for Turbine Inlet Cooling," authored by The Cool Solutions Company, Energy-Tech, August 2004

"Operation and Maintenance of Wetted-Media Evaporative Coolers," authored by Munters, Energy-Tech, December 2004

"Turbine Inlet Cooling Success Stories," authored by many TICA members, Energy-Tech, October 2004

"Chiller Technologies for Turbine Inlet Cooling (Part 2)," authored by Avalon Consulting, Energy-Tech, June 2004

"Chiller Technologies for Turbine Inlet Cooling," authored by Avalon Consulting, Energy-Tech, April 2004

"An Introduction to Turbine Inlet Cooling," authored by Avalon Consulting, Energy-Tech, December 2003

"GT Inlet-Air Cooling Boosts Output on Warm Days to Increase Revenue," authored by Avalon Consulting and Pasteris Energy, Combined-Cycle Journal, Fourth Quarter, 2003

"Commissioning Turbine Inlet Air Chilling Systems," presented by Stellar Group, ASHRAE Annual Meeting, June 2003

"Turbine Inlet Air Cooling: A Great Strategy for Maximizing the Potential of Combustion Turbines and Addressing the Needs of Restructuring Energy Market," presented by Avalon Consulting and Turbine Air Systems, Technical, Energy and Government Activities (TEGA) Issues Update Seminar ASHRAE Winter Meeting, Chicago, IL, January 26, 2003

"The Increased Importance of Evaporative Coolers for Gas Turbine and Combined-Cycle Power Plants," a paper by Munters published in VGB PowerTech 9/2000

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