The system uses phase change material and intelligent controls to provide cold storage savings
December 5, 2016
Viking Cold Solutions, a supplier of thermal energy storage systems, announced that a Southern California utility, along with an independent third party energy management firm, ASWB Engineering, completed a field demonstration study of the Viking Cold thermal energy storage (TES) system.
Ice-based energy storage helps optimize on-site renewable energy resources
November 29, 2016
Calmac® announced that its ice-based energy storage technology was implemented into the microgrid project at the Naval Post Graduate School’s Integrated Multi-Physics Renewable Energy Laboratory (IMPREL) in Monterey, California.
Refrigeration Battery helps control energy costs, prevent food spoilage during power outages
September 21, 2016
Owners of grocery stores and other cold storage facilities in parts of Brooklyn and Queens can now receive incentives from Con Edison’s Neighborhood Program for installing Axiom Exergy’s thermal energy storage system.
Plaza Provision Co., a leading food distributor in Puerto Rico, has purchased its fourth thermal energy storage (TES) system from Viking Cold Solutions, and where installed, the TES system has reduced energy consumption by over 30 percent.
Refrigeration Battery solution intelligently stores and deploys cooling to reduce peak energy demand
August 18, 2016
Axiom Exergy announced it has raised $2.5 million from investors to assist in scaling its thermal energy storage solution in the grocery store and cold storage facility markets. Using its Refrigeration Battery, Axiom said supermarkets and food distribution centers can reduce their peak energy demand by up to 40 percent.
Bill H.4568 includes provisions to increase adoption of energy storage technologies
August 15, 2016
CALMAC®, a leading supplier of energy storage systems, applauded the Massachusetts legislature on the passing of energy bill H.4568. The bill promotes renewable energy and it also includes provisions to facilitate the adoption of energy storage.
System features near constant-temperature processes, higher efficiency, and more flexible scalability
May 18, 2016
The gap between electricity generation and use could be narrowed with an Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) system that extracts energy from thin air. Actually, the system, called Ground-Level Integrated Diverse Energy Storage or GLIDES, stores electricity mechanically in the form of compressed gas that displaces water in high-pressure vessels.