Industry publications, along with the mainstream press, and many publishers passionate about building performance and design and green energy are writing terrific pieces on the real world benefits of thermal energy storage. Download a story below and find out what’s happening. Missed last year's news? View the 2013 news recap: (.pdf) or (Flipboard).
Goldman Sachs Group cools its Manhattan headquarters via thermal storage, consisting of 92 11-ton tanks of icy water in the basement, reports Bloomberg.
Clustered deep beneath the trading floors of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Manhattan headquarters are 92 tanks with enough ice for 3.4 million margaritas.
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Clustered deep beneath the trading floors of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS)’s Manhattan headquarters are 92 tanks with enough ice for 3.4 million margaritas.
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CALMAC’s IceBank® thermal energy storage was identified as an important solution for reducing utility costs in the district’s facilities.
TV news video features CALMAC Energy Storage.
Calmac, based in Fair Lawn, uses its IceBank technology—essentially giant ice tanks—to shift electricity usage from during the day, when it’s most expensive, to night, when it’s cheaper.
How to cool commercial buildings while optimizing the power grid? The answer may be ice.
Find out how a mechanical study and chiller upgrade with thermal energy storage revived a school's cooling system while providing multiple use redundancy.
In this interview with Renewable Energy Focus, CALMAC's CEO talks about the driving concepts behind the California Lottery Building installation as well as emerging trends in the green building construction industry.
The St. Lucie County School District used CALMAC’s IceBank thermal energy storage technology to reduce utility costs by about $5 million over seven years.
CALMAC's VP Paul Valenta responds on pg 12.
The Pavilion of CA Lottery Uses Ice Storage and Solar Panels to Achieve Net Zero.
Using innovative sustainable strategies, the thermal energy storage solutions of CALMAC Manufacturing have proven to create big cost savings for school districts.
CALMAC CEO Mark MacCracken takes a look inside the California Energy Storage Mandate.
The district reduced annual utility costs from more than $12 million to less than $7 million. CALMAC® IceBank® energy storage tanks were installed in the chiller plants
Saving Energy is the Overriding Theme at 2014 ASHRAE Conference, AHR Expo.
Interview with Con Edison of New York and CALMAC CEO about proposed energy storage program from New York utility Con Edison.
CALMAC IceBank energy storage featured in Turkish construction magazine.
When the California Lottery sought to construct new headquarters, officials wanted a location that would be both functional and save on energy costs.
NRDC reports on FERC order 784, adding that energy storage, demand response, and other demand-side resources not only help to integrate renewables, but can help avoid extending the lives of unnecessary marginal generation or building expensive transmission upgrades.