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    1. Thermal Energy Storage a Budding HVAC Option

      Thermal Energy Storage a Budding HVAC Option

      Thermal energy storage has been a proven commodity for years in Europe, but the technology has seemingly been on the peripheral of the HVAC industry in the U.S. Now, energy storage is gradually stepping into the industry spotlight, and manufacturers are ready and willing to showcase their offerings in this important space. In fact, according to a report published by MarketsandMarkets, titled “The Thermal Energy Storage Market, By Technology, Storage Material, Application, End-User, and Region - Global Forecast To 2022,” the market is expected to grow from an estimated $3.67 billion in 2017 to $6.20 billion by 2022, registering a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11 percent from 2017 to 2022..

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      Mentions: CA U.S. Europe
    2. Viking Cold Solutions Bundles Thermal Storage and Rooftop Solar

      Viking Cold Solutions Bundles Thermal Storage and Rooftop Solar

      HOUSTON — Viking Cold Solutions™, a provider of thermal energy storage solutions for cold storage facilities and supermarkets, announced the launch of Solar Energy Storage™, bundling its thermal energy storage with rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems to deliver around-the-clock, cost-effective green energy for cold storage facilities, supermarkets, and utilities. Viking Cold is combining thermal energy storage with renewable energy sources, such as PV systems, making it possible for cold-storage facilities, supermarkets, and utilities to intelligently store and deploy refrigeration to reduce energy costs. This environmentally friendly solution solves one of the biggest challenges to solar energy utilization by reducing renewable variability.

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      Mentions: Demand Energy
    3. Ice Energy Introduces Ice Bear 20 for Residential Cooling

      Ice Energy Introduces Ice Bear 20 for Residential Cooling

      Ice Energy, a leading provider of thermal energy storage solutions, has introduced the Ice Bear 20, a smaller-capacity version of its flagship Ice Bear system for residential cooling. The new system combines Ice Energy’s patented thermal storage and smart grid technology with integrated cooling, enabling utilities to control residential cooling load and reduce peak demand by up to 95 percent for up to four hours. It also allows increased load during periods of solar over-generation, while providing homeowners the cooling they desire.

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      Mentions: Ice Energy
    4. March 27, 2015: Ice Storage to Help California's Riverside Public Utilities

      March 27, 2015: Ice Storage to Help California's Riverside Public Utilities

      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. The city of Riverside, California, selected Ice Energy to align with its Utility 2.0 smart grid and renewable energy plan. Ice Energy’s product, the Ice Bear, is a thermal energy storage technology that will help Riverside Public Utilities better integrate its increasing reliance on renewable energy resources like solar, wind, and geothermal systems to maintain low energy costs for its customers.

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      Mentions: CA Ice Energy
    5. Stem Installs Energy Intelligence Systems for Adobe

      Stem Installs Energy Intelligence Systems for Adobe

      Stem Inc. announced that it has finalized an agreement to install and manage energy intelligence systems for its first Fortune 500 customer, Adobe. Stem will install its advanced energy storage and real-time data analytics solution in Adobe’s historic Baker and Hamilton Building in San Francisco, the oldest Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) platinum building in the world.

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