Why energy storage

CALMAC IceBank thermal energy storage is a green technology used in the cooling systems of over 4,000 commercial buildings, in over 35 countries. With the IceBank, don't worry about keeping cooler in the heat of the day. Make ice cold air-conditioning ahead of time for when its needed most.

For Architects

For designers passionate about sustainability, IceBank energy storage uses cleaner, night-time energy. IceBank also helps support legislative efforts to meet renewable generation targets. Be a green champion and see how your buildings can achieve LEED or NetZero status with IceBank.

For Engineers

Exceptional customer support and a worry free system is important to you and your customers. That’s why we offer free, unlimited support on any system. Once installed, your system can be tested and ready in 36 hours, works from day one and keeps on working for its entire 30 year life cycle. With few moving parts, your maintenance is minimal. With thousands of successful installs, 200 sales offices around the world and detailed performance documentation, CALMAC is reinventing thermal energy storage for the modern age. For a quick, simple solution, ask us about the new ice enhanced air cooled pre-designed chiller package.

For Building Owners/Energy Managers

Take control of your energy costs while keeping people productive and comfortable. Store energy when electricity is less expensive. Avoid peak demand charges using low-cost night time energy. Pay up to 50% less for the largest portion of your electric demand -- cooling. Even as electricity rates fluctuate be prepared to take advantage of lower energy costs. Tout environmental stewardship by using energy storage to help meet corporate social responsibility goals.

For Utilities

Improve load factor by helping more buildings reduce their peak demand. With CALMAC energy storage, it’s possible to delay or eliminate power plant expansions or upgrades and 25% more sellable kWh out of fixed equipment. Grid reliability also improves with energy storage, as renewable energy such as wind and solar are incorporated onto the grid.