Los sistemas de almacenamiento de energía térmica Viking Cold han ahorrado a sus clientes más de MWh de energía, reducido la huella de carbono por más de 3.900 toneladas métricas y evitado más de 13 millones de dólares en pérdidas de productos.
Su equipo posee una gran experiencia en la gestión de energía en almacenamientos fríos, gestión de energía de supermercados y sistemas de almacenamiento de energía térmica.
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Did you know electricity is the second highest expense in the cold storage industry? Viking Cold’s energy efficient technology is the perfect solution for businesses looking to save on energy related costs while maintaining temperature stability for their products. One Viking Cold customer saw a return on his investment in under three years, as Viking Cold provided energy savings of more than 30 percent. This equates to savings of $650,000 to date for this client. By not having to constantly run refrigeration, Viking Cold’s phase-change material technology is able to control temperatures while saving electricity and reducing the carbon footprint. With a 20+ year life span, Viking Cold’s solution is a prudent investment.
Viking Cold is a thermal energy storage company transforming the cold chain in the cold storage and supermarket industries. Though the refrigeration industry can be slow to change, Viking Cold has caused major disruption by creating solutions and technologies that make cost-efficient energy decisions while protecting the integrity of the products stored. Viking Cold’s phase-change material is used as a heat buffer that integrates seamlessly with existing equipment through a control system. Without having to constantly run refrigeration equipment, Viking Cold provides customers with energy-efficient solutions. Phase-change material technology is able to control temperatures while saving electricity, reducing the carbon footprint, and keeping food at a stable temperature. Food safety is paramount. By taking a simple concept in cold storage and applying it on an industrial scale, Viking Cold helps customers save up to 35 percent on their electricity costs.
For businesses in the frozen food market, energy costs are a major expense. Reducing the electricity used in storage facilities directly impacts the bottom line, making it a top priority for owners and operators. Cold storage operators who make the move to an innovative thermal energy storage system will realize significant cost savings, enhanced product monitoring, and protection for low temperature cold storage. Frozen Gourmet, a dedicated Nestlé facility and a leading ice cream distribution company in California, recently installed a Viking Cold Thermal Energy Storage (TES) system and reduced energy consumption by over 27%. The patented Viking Cold TES system was installed at the end of 2016, and Frozen Gourmet quickly realized significant energy savings. Since the beginning of 2017, the facility has reduced energy consumption by over 45,000 kWh, a number that continues to grow each month. In addition, the passive TES system stores energy at night for use during the day, shifting more compressor runtime to evening hours. This enables greater efficiency during periods of time with lower ambient temperatures.