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Thermal Energy Storage
Thermal energy storage is a technology that converts excess electrical energy into stored energy that can be later used for cooling application. It is mainly used in buildings or industrial processes that demands large amounts energy or a form of cooling storage for server room air-conditioning.
Thermal energy storage helps to balance out the energy demand and supply, managing peaks in district cooling. It acts as a primary chiller that produces chilled water at night, which is used the following day to cool the room, eliminating the need for daytime chiller operation.