Thermal Energy Storage

The ARANER TES App has an unique objective: Empowering customer success

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) tanks are a widely proven and efficient technology that allows the storage of chilled and hot 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 & heating plants, increa[..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

Energy Maps: A tool for energy efficiency and planning

Geographic Information System (GIS) combines geographical information with layers of complementary data, facilitating the analysis and management of large volumes of data in geo-spatial format. Turned into energy maps, this data can easily become a tool to improve efficiency in energy projects.
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Thermal Energy Storage

Flexible Energy Storage Implementation with TES Systems

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) are accumulators that store the available thermal energy to be used in a later stage. Its application to Cooling & Heating Plants provides many advantages when the energy demand is fluctuating:
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Thermal Energy Storage

What Do You Need to Consider for Your DC Central Plant Siting?

The site selection for a District Cooling plant involves the consideration of several factors in order to obtain the best results. Constructing a DC plant is markedly different from a residential or retail facility, as there are many different angles to consider, ranging from environmental regulatio[..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

Designing and Sizing a TES System: Satisfying the Most Demanding Cooling/Heating Needs

Cooling Needs Met by TES System Many industries need to store thermal energy during the periods of excess production for use during periods of high thermal energy needs. A TES system equalizes the production and the consumption of thermal energy and shaves the energy demand peaks. Another potential [..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

How Do You Get to Choose the Ideal TES Tank Material?

Office and commercial buildings have the largest percentage (about 70%) of their annual energy demand going into covering air conditioning load. These facilities happen to operate mostly during the day so they add to the daytime peak demand. Compared to the daily average load, the peak demand can be[..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

How Does A Multi-Tank System Work And When Is It Recommended?

Are you aware that on-peak cooling can be twice as costly as off-peak cooling? Applying leveraging technology for this disparity can reduce the burden on your wallet.  Thermal energy storage (TES) has a long and rich history dating back to the 1800s when North Americans used blocks of ice to preserv[..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

Power Requirements in Smart Cities: How TES Technology Can Improve Their Efficiency

A recent report by the United Nations, specifically the Department of Economic and Social Affairs, projected that cities globally will absorb 2.5 billion more people by 2050. Owing to the dynamics that are associated with such a transformation, cities are going to face a myriad of challenges. Traffi[..]
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Turbine Inlet Air Cooling, Thermal Energy Storage

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) uses for Power Augmentation

Managing cooling energy through Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Analysis is an effective way to carry out power plants at the highest levels of efficiency. Old times, engineers relied merely on experience to develop the aerodynamic aspects of their designs. Later, they would resort to tunnels, but [..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

How to Choose the Correct Diffuser for Your TES Tank

Water Thermal Energy Storage (TES) is used to increase capacity and lower operating costs of direct energy systems. The technology relies on the natural stratification of water in a tank, withdrawing warm water from the top of the tank where it rises and cold returns to the bottom where it settles.
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Thermal Energy Storage

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 w[..]
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Thermal Energy Storage

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 efficienc[..]
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