Shell West Hollow Technology Center
Shift on peak electric demand hours to off peak hours by use of cold water storage technology. Shift 6,390 kW of peak electrical use to off peak hours.
Use of a cold water storage tank with special internal laterals which keeps the warm water separated from the cold.
Reduce the need for Houston Lighting and Power to construct additional plant capacity for peak demand usage.
Details of Reductions
Additional Information :
Houston Lighting and Power gave a rebate of $300 per kW of on peak demand reduction, for a rebate of $1,900,000. Construction costs were approximately $900,000.
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