Thermal Storage generally uses the phase change of a substance (example: ice instead of water) to save energy. Classically, a chiller might make ice at night, for use as air conditioning during the day. Less well known is the use of Epsom Salt decahydrate to store heat at room-temperature. If you know of a site to describe this, please submit.
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Airclima Research, Thermal Energy Storage technology
Airclima-Research licenses a Thermal Energy Storage (TES) technology featuring special containers for buildings, transportation, or turbine inlet cooling. Video. Contact page.
Borehole Thermal Energy Storage (BTES)
Drake Landing Solar Community page describes system to store summertime solar heat for use in the winter.
Thermal energy storage for shifting cooling loads to night (off-peak) when electrical rates are lowest.
CRYOGEL Thermal Energy Storage
Ice Ball Thermal Energy Storage, Product Description, Design Concepts, Photos. Offers free ice balls. Links to 3 case reports, design concepts.
Ice Energy Distributed Energy Storage
Markets Distributed Energy Storage for Air Conditioning.
Phase Change Materials
(PCM) for Telecom Shelters, Greenhouse, Free-Cooling, A/C Backup. Table, terms, link to products for sale.
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