At 1500 Walnut St. in Philadelphia stands a piece of history — a 22-story piece of history to be exact
After years of wrangling, California’s energy storage future starts to take shape.
Facilities across the globe are using thermal energy storage to air-condition spaces, from one of the tallest buildings in the world (the T&C Tower in Taiwan) to the first U.S. commercial skyscraper to achieve LEED Platinum certification (Bank of America Tower in New York).
New HVAC system prepares building for smart grid
Listen to CALMAC CEO Mark MacCracken discuss thermal energy storage and the smart grid 1500 Walnut Street project.
Thinking about an energy efficiency upgrade? Read this article first.
The IceBank® tanks join an elite group of 53 products, which were chosen by BUILDINGS’ editorial staff for the financial benefits that they offer building owners and facility managers.
Integration assists in saving the 84-year-old building up to $40,000 a month in energy costs and generating $10,000 of annual revenue through utility incentive programs.
A 22-story, 270,000-square-foot high-rise commercial building located at 1500 Walnut in Philadelphia was facing a failing HVAC system and declining tenant satisfaction.
CALMAC, a designer and manufacturer of thermal energy storage, was recently awarded a contract to install its thermal energy storage tanks at a 22-story, 270,000-square-foot high-rise commercial building located in Philadelphia.
There is no perfect energy source. Each and every one has its own advantages and compromises. This series will explore the pros and cons of various energy sources. Learn various other forms of energy generation here.
Everything is bigger in Texas, especially their energy consumption.
Evaluate your bill and load to determine if thermal storage is right for you.
Mark MacCracken, the CEO of CALMAC, emphasizes the importance of energy storage and how companies like his are finding innovative ways to make energy storage a more viable option in this candid interview.
Deep in the bowels of Credit Suisse's U.S. headquarters at 11 Madison Avenue, far below the gleaming trading floors where fortunes are made and lost every day, lie 64 neoprene ice storage tanks, seven feet high and six feet in diameter.