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— "Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Market " provides, wherever applicable and relevant, technical data of products, and sheds useful light on expected commercial production dates and current R&D status. This report will help the viewer in Better Decision Making. The major players in global market include : Altairnano, Beacon Power, Ice Energy, ABB Ltd, Amber Kinetics, GE Energy Storage, Highview Power Storage, Samsung SDI Energy, Sumitomo. Geographically, this report split global into several key Regions, with, revenue (million USD), market share and growth rate of Smart Grid Storage Technology for these regions, from 2012 to 2022 (forecast):  United States  EU  Japan  China  India  Southeast Asia If you have any special requirements, please let us know and we will offer you the report as you want. Request a sample for this report @ http://www.orbisresearch.com/contacts/request-sample/277523 . And if u want to BUY this report @ http://www.orbisresearch.com/contact/purchase/277523 . Chapter One: Industry Overview Chapter Two: Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Competition Analysis by Players Chapter Three: Company (Top Players) Profiles and Key Data Chapter Four: Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size Application (2012-2017) Chapter Five: United States Smart Grid Storage Technology Development Status and Outlook Chapter Six: EU Smart Grid Storage Technology Development Status and Outlook Chapter Seven: Japan Smart Grid Storage Technology Development Status and Outlook Chapter Eight: China Smart Grid Storage Technology Development Status and Outlook Chapter Nine: India Smart Grid Storage Technology Development Status and Outlook Chapter Ten: Southeast Asia Smart Grid Storage Technology Development Status and Outlook Chapter Eleven: Market Forecast by Regions and Application (2017-2022) Chapter Twelve: Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Dynamics Chapter Thirteen: Market Effect Factors Analysis Chapter Fourteen: Research Finding /Conclusion Figure Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size (Million USD) Status and Outlook (2012-2022) Table Global Market Smart Grid Storage Technology Revenue (Million USD) Comparison by Regions 2012-2022 Figure Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Share by Regions (2012-2017) Figure United States Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2017) Figure EU Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2017) Figure Japan Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2017) Figure China Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2017) Figure India Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2017) Figure Southeast Asia Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size (Million USD) and Growth Rate (2012-2017) Table Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size (Million USD) Comparison by Applications (2012-2022) Figure Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Share by Application in 2016 Table Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Revenue (Million USD) by Players (2012-2017) Table Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Revenue Market Share (%) by Players (2012-2017) Figure Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size Share by Players in 2015 Figure Global Smart Grid Storage Technology Market Size Share by Players in 2016 Table Altairnano Basic Information List Table Smart Grid Storage Technology Business Revenue of Altairnano (2012-2017) Figure Altairnano Smart Grid Storage Technology Business Revenue Growth Rate Figure Altairnano Smart Grid Storage Technology Business Revenue Market Share (%) (2012-2017) Table Beacon Power Basic Information List …Continued Global Smart Grid Data Analytics Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022 : This report studies the global Smart Grid Data Analytics market, analyzes and researches the Smart Grid Data Analytics development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. Global Smart Grid Technology Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022 : This report studies the global Smart Grid Technology market, analyzes and researches the Smart Grid Technology development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. About Us: Orbis Research (orbisresearch.com) is a single point aid for all your market research requirements. We have vast database of reports from the leading publishers and authors across the globe. We specialize in delivering customized reports as per the requirements of our clients. We have complete information about our publishers and hence are sure about the accuracy of the industries and verticals of their specialization. This helps our clients to map their needs and we produce the perfect required market research study for our clients. For more information, please visit http://www.orbisresearch.com


Ice Bear 20 tested against current air conditioning standards and certified by leading accredited third-party test lab SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwired - Jun 8, 2017) -  Ice Energy, the leading provider of distributed thermal energy storage solutions, announced that its Ice Bear 20 home cooling and energy storage system has achieved a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) of 14.56 when operating like a conventional AC unit, and when operating in its ice cooling mode using stored ice, an unprecedented Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) of 150. The Ice Bear 20 is a unique hybrid system, able to create cooling just like a conventional air conditioning unit, as well as to create, store and deliver cooling in the form of ice. The Ice Bear 20 is based on Ice Energy's award-winning Ice Bear 30 energy storage system for commercial and industrial air conditioners, but unlike the Ice Bear 30, completely replaces the conventional home AC unit. The system cools the home 24/7 to the temperature set by the homeowner, and for four hours can eliminate 95% of the electricity load by cooling with ice. "The Ice Bear 20 is unlike any other home cooling system, combining the best of conventional AC technology with Ice Energy's market-leading thermal energy storage technology," said Mike Hopkins, CEO of Ice Energy. "There currently are no energy efficiency standards for a product of this kind, but we decided to put it to the test and engaged a leading accredited third-party lab to perform the industry standard AHRI SEER rating test. We were delighted to learn that when tested as if it were a conventional AC unit, the Ice Bear 20 achieved a SEER of 14.56, higher than required anywhere in the U.S. -- a remarkable accomplishment given that there's much more to an Ice Bear 20 than a conventional AC unit." "We then decided to calculate its EER when operating in ice cooling mode," Hopkins continued, "and the result is 150 -- more than three times greater than the next best rating we could find, which is a geothermal system with an EER of 46. The Ice Bear 20 system is getting a very positive reception from utilities interested in its ability to manage residential load, including reducing peak demand and mitigating solar over-generation." Large-scale manufacturing of the Ice Bear 20 is set to begin this summer to fulfill contracts already in hand for utility-sponsored programs in California and Massachusetts. Later this year the product will be made available directly to homeowners in certain regions, including California, Hawaii, Australia and the Middle East. In California, net of applicable rebates, it will cost less than a conventional AC unit, save homeowners hundreds on their utility bills, and if they have solar PV, also store their solar energy. About Ice Energy Ice Energy is a leading energy storage provider for the grid. Its thermal energy storage products deliver behind-the-meter storage for commercial and industrial HVAC, refrigeration and process cooling systems, and for home AC, providing peak capacity to over 40 utility service territories nationwide. With contracts to deliver 25.6 MW of storage to Southern California Edison in partnership with NRG Energy; 5 MW in Riverside, CA; 6 MW in Redding, CA; and an additional 450+ MW in the sales pipeline, the company is expanding quickly in the U.S. and internationally. For more information, visit www.ice-energy.com.


News Article | June 19, 2017
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All Ice Energy products now available in Australia exclusively through Apricus SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwired - Jun 19, 2017) - Ice Energy, the leading provider of distributed thermal energy storage solutions, announced that it has entered into an agreement calling for Apricus Australia to become the exclusive distributor of all Ice Energy products in Australia. Apricus will market and sell to all market segments, including utilities, commercial and industrial, and residential, and will be responsible for installation and service. Initially the products will be imported from the U.S., but the mutual intent of the parties is for Apricus to manufacture locally as sales increase. "We're delighted to be partnering with Apricus in this new market for Ice Energy," said Mike Hopkins, CEO of Ice Energy. "Over the last 12 months we've had a steadily growing number of inquiries from Australia about our products. This is not surprising, given the needs of the country's grid, the importance of their cooling load, and the ability of our products to turn that load into a cost-effective and reliable storage resource capable of flattening peak demand and eliminating solar over-generation." Hopkins continued, "Our preferred model for markets outside the U.S. is to partner with a local company capable of, and interested in, operating all aspects of our business in that market. Of equal importance, we look for a company whose core values align with ours, and whose culture aligns with or complements ours. It's a testament to just how good a fit our companies are as partners, that this arrangement came together in only a few months. We couldn't be more excited about this new relationship and new market." "We share Ice Energy's enthusiasm about our partnership, as well as about the Australian market for Ice Energy products," said Chris Taylor, Director of Apricus Australia. "There are terrific applications for the whole product line, but the hybrid AC/energy storage system for the home, with its ability to provide cooling 24/7, make ice with excess solar generation and cool for four hours without needing electricity to create the cooling for that period, is a truly disruptive product tailor-made for Australia." About Ice Energy Ice Energy is a leading energy storage provider for the grid. Its thermal energy storage products deliver behind-the-meter storage for commercial and industrial HVAC, refrigeration and process cooling systems, and for home AC, providing peak capacity to over 40 utility service territories nationwide. With contracts to deliver 25.6 MW of storage to Southern California Edison in partnership with NRG Energy; 5 MW in Riverside, CA; 6 MW in Redding, CA; and an additional 450+ MW in the sales pipeline, the company is expanding quickly in the U.S. and internationally. For more information, visit www.ice-energy.com. About Apricus Australia Apricus specializes in the design and manufacture of wholesale residential solar water heating systems with evacuated tubes and large-scale hot water solutions for commercial and industrial heating applications. Apricus systems are designed for home owners and organizations concerned about their environmental footprint and seeking the most efficient, sustainable way to manage rising energy costs for their residence or property. The company is a leader in efficient, innovative, versatile hot water solutions -- designed in Australia to meet Australian conditions. For more information, visit: http://apricus.com.au/


News Article | June 15, 2017
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HINGHAM, MA--(Marketwired - Jun 15, 2017) -  Genbright LLC, a New England-based company specializing in the development and operation of new clean energy technologies, and Ice Energy, a leading provider of distributed thermal energy storage for utilities, have partnered to help reduce Nantucket's peak energy demand using Ice Energy's innovative energy storage solution. The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) awarded Genbright and Ice Energy a contract to provide over 200 residential behind-the-meter energy storage solutions on Nantucket using Ice Energy's proprietary Ice Bear 20 technology. Genbright will perform real-time dispatch of the Ice Bears to deliver over 1 MW of peak demand reduction, which is equivalent to one year of growth in electricity demand on the island. "We are grateful for the opportunity to show how Genbright can provide value to ratepayers by deploying and operating new innovative technologies. The Ice Bear 20 is an ideal solution for mitigating Nantucket's growing peak demand, and saving ratepayers money," said Joe Crespo, Founder and Partner of Genbright. "By adding the Ice Bear to our portfolio of dispatchable clean energy technologies, Genbright is expanding its capability to help New England manage the increasingly complex needs of our electricity grid." Over 200 Ice Bear units will be installed on Nantucket, beginning in summer 2017. The goal of the project is to prove how new energy storage technologies can be deployed as "non-wires alternatives" to defer the need for a third undersea cable to Nantucket, which is expected to cost between $75-100 million. The total value of this project is approximately $3 million. Replacing standard residential AC units, the Ice Bear provides a unique solution to the problem of peak electricity demand. An Ice Bear freezes water into ice at night when demand for power is low and electricity is abundant. During the day, the ice is used to provide air conditioning instead of energy-intensive AC compressors. Ice Bear systems also reduce CO2 emissions. "Partnering with Genbright on projects in New England, such as the Nantucket non-wires alternative, is a perfect example of how Ice Energy can contribute to clean, affordable and reliable energy, a common goal shared with other New England communities," said Mike Hopkins, CEO of Ice Energy. "We are proud and excited for Nantucket to be chosen to serve as a demonstration location for this innovative energy storage project, and to be a model for other areas experiencing peak load issues," said Lauren Sinatra, Energy Project and Outreach Coordinator for Nantucket. "Local participants will enjoy increased comfort as well as savings on their energy bills. They will also be doing their part for the greater good of the island by helping to defer the need for traditional contingency support, such as back-up diesel generation and a costly third undersea cable." About Ice Energy Ice Energy is a leading energy storage provider for the grid. Its Ice Bear units deliver behind-the-meter ice battery storage for HVAC systems in commercial, industrial and residential applications, and now commercial refrigeration, providing peak capacity to over 40 utility service territories nationwide. With contracts to deliver 25.6 MW of storage to SCE in partnership with NRG Energy; 5 MW in Riverside, CA; 6 MW in Redding, CA; and an additional 450+ MW in the sales pipeline, the company is expanding quickly in the U.S. and internationally. For more information, visit www.ice-energy.com. About Genbright  Genbright provides commercial asset management services to owners of distributed energy infrastructure, including solar, demand response, energy storage, energy efficiency and other distributed generation distributed resources. Based in Hingham, MA, Genbright is comprised of a small group of energy market professionals with experience and successful track records in power trading, asset management and market optimization for several of the largest power producers in the U.S. Learn more at www.genbright.com.


Daily maps of snow conditions have been produced in Norway with the seNorge snow model since 2004. The seNorge snow model operates with 1 × 1 km resolution, uses gridded observations of daily temperature and precipitation as its input forcing, and simulates, among others, snow water equivalent (SWE), snow depth (SD), and the snow bulk density (ρ). In this paper the set of equations contained in the seNorge model code is described and a thorough spatiotemporal statistical evaluation of the model performance from 1957-2011 is made using the two major sets of extensive in situ snow measurements that exist for Norway. The evaluation results show that the seNorge model generally overestimates both SWE and ρ, and that the overestimation of SWE increases with elevation throughout the snow season. However, the R2-values for model fit are 0.60 for (log-transformed) SWE and 0.45 for ρ, indicating that after removal of the detected systematic model biases (e.g. by recalibrating the model or expressing snow conditions in relative units) the model performs rather well. The seNorge model provides a relatively simple, not very data-demanding, yet nonetheless process-based method to construct snow maps of high spatiotemporal resolution. It is an especially well suited alternative for operational snow mapping in regions with rugged topography and large spatiotemporal variability in snow conditions, as is the case in the mountainous Norway. © Author(s) 2012. CC Attribution 3.0 License.


Disclosed is a method and device for a thermal energy storage liquid-suction heat exchanger (TES-LSHX) for air conditioning and refrigeration (AC/R) applications. The disclosed embodiments allow energy to be stored and aggregated over one period of time, and dispatched at a later period of time, to improve AC/R system efficiency during desired conditions. Not only are the benefits of LSHX stored and aggregated for later use, but when dispatched, the discharge rate can exceed the charge rate thereby further enhancing the benefit of demand reduction to utilities. The disclosed embodiments allow great flexibility and can be incorporated into OEM AC/R system designs, and/or bundled with condensing units or evaporator coils. These TES-LSHX systems can be retrofit with existing systems by installing the product at any point along the existing AC/R systems line set.


Disclosed is a method and device for a refrigerant-based thermal energy storage and cooling system with integrated multi-mode refrigerant loops. The disclosed embodiments provide a refrigerant-based thermal storage system with increased versatility, reliability, lower cost components, reduced power consumption and ease of installation.


Patent
Ice Energy | Date: 2013-09-09

Disclosed is a system and method for providing power generation and distribution with on-site energy storage and power input controlled by a utility or a third party manager. The system allows a utility manager to decide and direct how energy is delivered to a customer on both sides of the power meter, while the customer directs and controls when and how much energy is needed. In the disclosed embodiments, the utility controls the supply (either transmitted or stored) and makes power decisions on a system that acts as a virtual power plant, while the end-user retains control of the on-site aggregated power consumption assets. The disclosed systems act to broker the needs of the utility and end-user by creating, managing and controlling the interface between these two entities.


Patent
Ice Energy | Date: 2012-07-03

Disclosed is a system and method for providing power generation and distribution with on-site energy storage and power input controlled by a utility or a third party manager. The system allows a utility manager to decide and direct how energy is delivered to a customer on both sides of the power meter, while the customer directs and controls when and how much energy is needed. In the disclosed embodiments, the utility controls the supply (either transmitted or stored) and makes power decisions on a system that acts as a virtual power plant, while the end-user retains control of the on-site aggregated power consumption assets. The disclosed systems act to broker the needs of the utility and end-user by creating, managing and controlling the interface between these two entities.


Disclosed is a system and method for improving grid efficiency, reliability, security and capacity, utilizing energy storage over a plurality of on-site energy storing appliances, and also utilizing on-site demand reduction devices lacking storage, all controlled via configuration settings with a local means to act independently, yet in statistical coordination, to provide a desired effect. The appliance and controller are located on the downstream side of the end-users power meter, and facilitates the utilization of the stored energy and manages the optimal timing for producing and delivering the stored energy to the end-user. This model demonstrates a utility driven, disaggregated, distributed energy system, where the distributed energy resource is designed to behave as an offset to the predictable daily electrical demand profile.

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