latent heat storage

  • Global thermal storage capacity to triple by 2030

    Global thermal storage capacity to triple by 2030

    There is a broad consensus that solar thermal storage has the potential to be an important driver of decarbonising energy systems around the world. Thermal energy storage, or TES for short, denotes technologies that make it possible to decouple energy generation from demand or move demand...
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  • Germany: ISH 2015 and Its Prominent Novelties

    Germany: ISH 2015 and Its Prominent Novelties

    Managers from four different companies showcasing one innovation – a rare occurrence, even at a large fair like the ISH 2015 in Frankfurt. At the beginning of March, Rudolf Pfeil, CEO of Resol, Christian Beckmann, Sales Manager Key Account and OEM at Wilo, Günter Kohlmaier,...
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  • Germany: H.M. Heizkörper Plans to Mass-Produce Latent Heat Storage Units

    Germany: H.M. Heizkörper Plans to Mass-Produce Latent Heat Storage Units

    The Thermobatterie (English: thermal battery), a latent heat storage unit by German manufacturer H.M. Heizkörper, makes it possible to absorb generated thermal energy and store up to two-thirds of it as latent heat without time restraints or heat losses. If required, the energy can...
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  • SMEThermal 2014: “The challenge is the energy storage”

    SMEThermal 2014: “The challenge is the energy storage”

    Large storage capacity, modular design, high storage density and low heat losses: These are the current requirements for solar thermal heat storage. The result is that hot water storage products are often stretched to their limits. Alternatives could be phase change materials (PCMs) or...
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