HVAC systems are crucial to the health and safety of power plant operations from maintaining ambient conditions to protecting equipment to, ultimately, facilitating energy-efficient production. Proper cooling and ventilation of a power plant’s equipment—gas turbine, coal generation, diesel/gas mixture or steam turbine—ensures uninterrupted operation, eliminates dangerous fumes and reduces downtime. Companies often invest millions of dollars in plant equipment, yet neglect to include their HVAC system on the critical equipment list. With all of the attention on power generation, ancillary HVAC equipment is the backbone to protecting plant environment for productivity.