Ice storage can be ideal for land-locked campuses while enabling modular district cooling system growth. Using University of Arizona & New Mexico State examples, presenters will compare ice & water storage benefits, address ice storage myths and describe how to add ice storage to an existing system. Case studies-At the University of Arizona, thermal ice storage proved the energy-wise response to heating and cooling demands for 178 buildings on the school’s 355-acre campus. NSMU added thermal storage to mitigate demand charges, manage growth, reduce the need for additional electrical supply, ease chiller cycling, reduce water usage and provide resiliency to enhance the ability of the university to manage opportunities as the grid evolves.
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