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Innovative TES Technologies for Every Application

The energy industry is always looking for ways to achieve greater efficiency and innovation. The fact is, although Thermal Energy Storage (TES) has been around for a while, it is still the most innovative solution on the market. Thermal Energy Storage allows us to store in tanks chilled water that was produced during off-peak hours […]

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Ammonia refrigeration systems: One of the most well-know choices for Industrial Refrigeration

We frequently use ammonia refrigeration systems for very large cooling applications, such as Industrial Refrigeration. Chillers using ammonia are becoming commonplace in green buildings and may be a viable option for District Cooling systems. As refrigerant legislation continues to get tighter, encouraging the use of alternative environmentally-friendly refrigerants, ammonia becomes a more attractive alternative. Ammonia’s global […]

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Best Power Augmentation Methods for Gas Turbines

Regardless of the important changes that the energy industry is going through these days, natural gas-fired power plants continue to be on the rise after many years. Gas turbine power plants are a popular choice for power production and manufacturing industries, as they offer lower costs, greater efficiency, and lower carbon emissions than other options. […]

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ARANER TES App for Thermal Energy Storage Design

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) tanks are a widely proven and efficient technology that allows the storage of chilled water produced during off-peak periods for its use during daily peak hours. A TES tank reduces the operational cost and the required capacity of cooling plants, increasing the efficiency and reducing the capital cost, among other advantages. […]

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Environmental Considerations of Chillers for District Cooling Plants

District Cooling plants have become an increasingly popular option to provide cost-effective, efficient cooling to business districts and communities. In areas where there is a nearby source of naturally-occurring cold water, many of these plants are opting to use water-cooled chillers. Water-cooled chillers, as their name states, use water to remove excess heat from the […]

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