Thermal Energy Storage (TES) systems involve the use of conventional chiller or boiler equipment in tandem with thermally stratified water storage. Thermal energy produced by the chiller or boiler plant in periods of off-peak electrical demand is stored in the TES reservoir. Stored thermal energy is then withdrawn from the reservoir and processed through the cooling or heating system during peak demand periods.
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