There’s a secret buried in the hills of Southern California...
And it makes UC Riverside’s energy costs positively green.
Photos by Warren Aerial Photography, Inc.
A 19,000 ton-hour DYK TES tank is buried in the hills of the UC Riverside campus,
substantially reducing the University’s energy bill every month.
Buried in the hills of the University of California, Riverside is a
DYK 19,000 ton-hour thermal energy storage (TES) tank.
This two million gallon tank works nights when electrical rates are lower, storing
chilled water to use throughout the campus during the day. Replacing unnecessary
and expensive chillers for UC Riverside’s chilled water system, it’s an efficient blend—
combining low, off-peak energy costs with a no maintenance, partially buried DYK TES tank.
What you see is not always all that you get—sometimes you get double. And if
you decide to fully bury your TES tank, you can use the land on top for other uses
such as parking lots or athletic facilities. Talk to us about how a custom-designed
TES tank can benefit your district cooling system today. You can choose your
The secret to lower energy costs is out...
Contact David Bain at (410) 200-8707 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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