A Cool Way to Cool Down
In South Carolina, public power provider Santee Cooper encourages businesses to control their consumption during peak times, without sweating. The solution is a thermal storage unit, a system that makes ice or chilled water at night, then stores it for cooling during the day.
The utility will screen interested businesses to determine if a thermal storage unit might make sense, and will then pay half the cost of an engineering study (up to a $2,500 contribution) to verify the advantages of such a system. On top of that, Santee Cooper will pay a $200 rebate per kilowatt shifted from the daytime into off-peak hours, to help offset the initial cost of the system.
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