Three top reasons why TESberg Thermal Battery cooling systems are important for your building.

As the use of renewable energy sources continues to increase globally, to support climate change initiative and join the race for a clean energy future, thermal energy storage is becoming more important to building owners and utilities for their ability to enable growth of renewable resources, store the energy generated from renewable as well as improving energy management supply to create a more resilient system.

Thermal Energy Storage:

  • Supports Renewable Energy: TESberg Thermal Battery system increases renewable energy use by up to 70% with the ability to store energy generated from renewables and allows for storage and energy use on demand.
  • Supports cost savings and building management: With the ability to store energy, the TESberg system can store energy when prices are at their lowest from the grid for use later, as well as clean inexpensive energy. This energy store means it can then be used during periods of high demand, when electricity prices are also higher, help lowering costs of operation as well as energy costs.
  • Grid Resiliency: Producing renewable energy such as wind and solar power can be unreliable. Despite being clean sources of electricity, they don’t produce power when it gets dark or when the wind stops blowing. However as these power sources are becoming increasingly important to our energy economy, so does the technology that allows energy producers/utilities to store energy that is generated when the sun shines and the wind blows. TESberg’s stored energy can then be released as needed, providing a continuous flow of clean energy during periods of high demand or when wind and solar energy is unavailable.

At ChillPro Systems, we manufacture and install TESberg batteries and thermal energy storage solutions for our customers and buildings across Australia. Contact us to find out how we can help you with your thermal storage project and experience energy savings and increase in operational efficiencies.

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