The new Building Load Deferment (BLD) system, from HIGHMARK, New York City, is a pre-engineered thermal energy storage system, enabling energy usage to be deferred to off-peak hours via ice storage and then utilizing that ice for the building’s chilled water system during peak hours, for energy savings of up to 50 percent.
The company is partnering with leading solar companies including NRG Energy
October 29, 2015
Ice Energy, a provider of distributed thermal energy storage solutions, has announced the launch of Solar + Ice, which bundles its Ice Bear thermal energy storage unit with rooftop solar PV to deliver a cost-effective solar-plus-storage solution.
Energy Storage Technology Reduces Power Consumption During Peak Periods
March 27, 2015
Ice Energy announced it has been awarded a five-year contract from Riverside Public Utilities to provide 5 megawatts of behind-the-meter thermal energy storage using Ice Energy’s proprietary Ice Bear system. The program will kick off this spring.
Ice-Enhanced Cooling Systems Help School District Slash Operating Costs
August 28, 2014
CALMAC, a leader in energy storage systems, has released the results of St. Lucie School District’s (SLCSD) energy cost reduction strategy using ice-enhanced cooling. Over the past seven years, the district has installed CALMAC’s IceBank® energy storage tanks in 15 schools to cool students and employees.
CALMAC, a leader in thermal energy storage systems, announced that it is now a member of the Texas Energy Storage Alliance (TESA), a technology-neutral coalition of energy storage technology product and service companies.
CALMAC announced the installation of its IceBank® thermal energy storage tanks at Sierra College in Rocklin, Calif. The installation of the energy storage system at the outdoor Campus Center resulted not only in efficient cooling and cost savings, but art students use the tanks as a palette for painting their artistic expressions.
CALMAC has announced the successful installation of its IceBank® thermal energy storage tanks at McConnell Air Force Base (AFB) in Wichita, Kan. By implementing thermal energy storage, the base is able to reduce the costs associated with round-the-clock cooling and reduce peak demand charges.