News about Everest Sciences’ Turbine Inlet Cooling
Everest Sciences is making history by bringing the benefits of Indirect Evaporative Turbine Inlet Cooling (IE-TIC) to the Power Generation market. You can read our news announcements regarding our latest technologies here. Also, you will find featured industry publication and newspaper articles highlighting our past, current and future innovations.
"Everest Sciences Announces Distribution Agreement
with EIGSA for Mexico"
"Everest Sciences Announces First Follow-On Order From an Existing Customer for Ground-breaking Air Handling Solutions"
"New Installation of Everest Sciences Corporation's ECOChill ProSpec™ System Helps Increase Production for a Leading Fertilizer Producer in the Caribbean"
October 18, 2011
"Everest Sciences Corporation will “cool down/power up” Large Integrated Natural Gas Company” with its ECOCool™ Installation in Wyoming"
December 1, 2010
"Everest Sciences Announces Landmark ECOChill™ Installation at Enterprise Products Partners L.P."
October 2, 2008
"Everest Sciences Completes Full-Scale Performance Testing of its Indirect Evaporative Inlet Cooling System"
July 21, 2008
"Everest Sciences Announces Production Availability of Indirect Evaporative Inlet Cooling for Gas Turbine Power Plants."
Second Quarter 2010
Combine Cycle Journal
Distributed Energy - Turbine Tech
"Economic considerations for gas turbine power augmentation with inlet cooling"
- Turbine Tech
"Energy efficiency incentive programs for power production"
- Turbine Tech
"Water quality considerations for evaporative turbine inlet cooling techniques"
"Go-to-Market Strategy for Inlet Air Cooling"
- Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide
"Increasing Power Output of Gas Turbines Using Evaporative Technologies"
"Less Moisture Can Mean More Mass"
- Power Engineering
August 11, 2008
"Tulsa Company Bringing New Technology to Gas Turbine Market"
- The Journal Record