Who Uses It
Ice Energy’s distributed energy storage systems have accrued more than 4 million successful operating hours in field trials and deployments conducted by more than 20 investor- and publicly-owned utilities, national labs, research centers, and a wide range of private sector building owners and national retailers.
Current installations span commercial, retail, government, and educational facilities, including data centers, restaurants, convenience and Big Box stores, libraries, fire stations, schools, manufacturing facilities, an airport, and a movie studio.
Collectively, these installations demonstrate the operational effectiveness and technical feasibility of using Ice Energy storage systems in a wide range applications, geographies and climate zones, including the hot, dry deserts and central valleys of California, Arizona and Nevada, the coastal climates of Hawaii and California, the hot, humid climates of Tennessee and Alabama, and extreme temperature regions of Colorado and Canada.
Learn more about plans by the Southern California Public Power Authority to deploy a 50 Megawatt advanced energy storage project using Ice Energy technology