News | August 5, 2014

CALMAC Launches New Website To Educate Global Building Professionals On Ice-Based Energy Storage


CALMAC, a leader in energy storage systems, today released its new website, The dramatically enhanced, modern design of the new site is easy to navigate, features helpful search capabilities and serves as an information center for thermal energy storage. Visitors can now utilize to download CAD and BIM models, obtain the latest information on company news and installations as well as updates from the industry on how thermal energy storage is lowering operating costs for commercial buildings around the globe.

The new includes the following site enhancements:

“We’ve enhanced the site to make it easy for our core markets, which include architects, engineers and building owners, to easily obtain more information about thermal energy storage and access information on the benefits of our IceBank Energy Storage tanks,” said Mark MacCracken, CEO of CALMAC. “With this new website, we are not only showcasing how energy storage has lowered operating costs for a number of installations around the world, but how thermal energy storage is a resource for reducing our burden on the power grid.”

Available on tablets and smartphones, visitors can view the site while they are on-the-go or in the field. Visitors may also subscribe to CALMAC’s monthly newsletter to receive monthly round ups of energy storage news.


At CALMAC, we’re changing the world, transforming the way buildings use energy for cooling. As the world’s leading manufacturer of ice-based energy storage systems, CALMAC’s proven technology lowers cooling costs, supports sustainable energy and enables LEED certification. IceBank systems strengthen the smart grid storing critical energy sources - including renewables like wind power - for later use. Our IceBank tanks are installed at over 4,000 locations worldwide. Widely recognized for promoting peak energy conservation and energy cost savings CALMAC is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and the California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA).

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