Thermal Energy Storage (TES)

Phase change, energy storage,  Phase Change Material

TES is the temporary storage of thermal energy for later use, bridging the gap between energy availability and energy use. TES can reduce the chiller size by 50% by simply spreading the load over 24 hours period. It also reduces the running cost by utilising over-night lower ambient (possible free cooling) and lower electricity costs and also offers smaller roof space and full stand-by capability utilising +8~15°C Phase Change Material (PCM) containers for a conventional chilled water applications.

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