Start-up Pairs Ice with A/C to Store Energy, Reduce Peak Demand
- Oct 11, 2021 4:31 am GMT
Ice (both solid and melting) may soon help pave the way to a carbon-free world, offering an alternative to energy-gobbling air conditioning and a new way to store excess renewable energy.
“The cooling properties of ice don’t need to be explained. But did you know that ice can store energy and help companies reduce their carbon footprint in the process?” asks the World Economic Forum (WEF).
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