GreenCE, Inc. - Intro GCL23A
Thermal Energy Storage: A Vital Ingredient to a Low Carbon Future
Learning Objectives:
1. Describe what energy storage is
2. List examples of different forms of energy storage
3. Describe how energy storage works
4. Describe why energy storage is needed to make new renewable generation sources more viable
5. Explain how thermal energy storage saves energy and money.
6. Explain how thermal storage may contribute towards a project earning LEED Certification
7. Explain how a building designer or developer may qualify for tax deductions
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CALMAC is transforming how energy is used at buildings to the time when energy is used. Widely recognized for promoting peak energy conservation and energy cost savings CALMAC is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). CALMAC is the manufacturer of IceBankŪ Energy Storage equipment, with over 4,000 Ice Storage installations in over 35 countries. IceBank systems are a valuable component of the smart grid, enabling energy, including renewable wind energy that mainly blows at night, to be efficiently stored for use during periods of high demand.
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Course Details
AIA Course number: GCL23A
GBCI Course ID: 0090004834
Credits: 1 AIA HSW CE Hour
1 GBCI CE Hour for LEED Professionals

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Activity Format: GBCI-approved education
GBCI CE Category: Project Systems and Energy Impact
Credit applies to: Organizations
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Quiz Details
Number of questions: 10
Format: Multiple Choice and True/False
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Note: A score of 80% or higher is required to receive a certificate of completion.
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