Allowing excess chilled or hot water to be stored in storage tanks and used when needed
Energy storage, including thermal energy storage, is important in securing a balanced energy system with increased amounts of renewable, fluctuating energy. Depending on the specific technology, thermal energy storage allows excess thermal energy (e.g. chilled or hot water) to be stored in storage tanks and used hours, days or months later. By implementing storage in energy production, the system becomes better at absorbing surplus wind power, solar thermal energy and surplus heat from power production, providing energy security during peak periods.
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