Renewable energy sources (RES) in Poland provided
to 10 GW power system (data from March 28, 22), covering nearly half of the entire country's electricity demand. This historic record shows what is the current potential of alternative energy sources in Poland to be used.
In recent years, there has been a problem with the excess of electricity produced, which forces search for optimal solutions for its storage.
Innovative ICE ON Ice Thermal Storage
are perfect solution for existing one
the need to store excess of energy.
They enable lower operating costs
cooling systems by 30% even without the use of renewable energy due to higher efficiency of cooling source due to lower temperature of the outside air.
Use of a 2 or 3-zone tariff in billing
with electricity supplier results in further significant savings in operating costs of HVAC systems.
Energy in Ice - PCM storage
- (Phase Change Materials)
Possible configurations of cooling installations
option IV - ICE ON Ice Thermal Storage works in hybrid system
option III - ICE ON Ice Thermal Storage reduce required power of chillers
option II - ICE ON Ice Thermal Storage provide peak demand
We determine optimal number of ICEON ice thermal storage using a precise investment profitability calculator.
option I - ICE ON Ice Thermal Storage provide 100% of demand
Electricity exchange prices are the highest
in history due to many factors, such as:
increase in the prices of CO2 emission allowances
EU climate policy
instability of the energy market
The prospects for coming years include further, sharp increases in electricity prices.
Innovative engineering solutions are needed
Stock exchange prices of electricity in the years 2000-2021 in Poland
Share of wind and solar power plants
in covering Poland's demand for power
Latent heat of
a phase transition
Energy accumulated in ICEON
Power of photovoltaic plants
in Poland [2015-2021]