July 22, 2016

Plaza Provision Company cuts energy costs by over 30% using Viking Cold’s Thermal Energy Storage System

Case Studies

Cost saving refrigeration units in warehouse

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) is an effective energy savings strategy that allows thermal energy to be stored when electricity is less expensive and used later when prices are higher and utility demand charges and consumption are at their daily peak. TES systems have been in use for decades, mainly in HVAC applications to lower energy costs and ease demand on the electrical grid. 

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May 31, 2016

Viking Cold Solutions™ Delivers Green, Cost-Effective Solar Thermal Energy Storage Solution to Help San Diego Food Bank Reduce Grid Energy Consumption by 95%

Case Studies

Thermal Energy Storage (TES) is an effective energy savings strategy that allows excess thermal energy to be collected and stored for later use—most typically when electrical utility demand charges are at their daily peak. TES systems have been in use for decades, mainly to lower energy costs and ease grid demand for air conditioning applications.

Players in other energy intensive applications such as refrigeration and cold food storage are now investigating the potential of TES as a means of moving away from an inflexible U.S. electrical grid system and toward a low-carbon energy generation future.

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April 21, 2016

Case Study: Butterfield and Vallis uses PCM thermal storage to cut refrigeration costs 40%

Case Studies, Cold Storage

refrigeration in warehouse

Butterfield and Vallis, a leading food distributor in Bermuda, is saving over 40% of their electricity consumption using Viking Cold’s Thermal Energy Storage Solution.  Viking Cold’s patented thermal energy cells were installed in the ceiling of Butterfield and Vallis’ 10,000-square-foot warehouse freezer in 2015.  The Thermal Energy Storage System absorbs                                                                                 heat, allowing the chillers to run less frequently and keeping the warehouse within a few degrees of  -18º Celsius.

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Viking Cold has been featured on Food Logistics’ annual Top Green Providers list.

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