Ice Energy expands smart grid solutions for distributed energy storage & renewable portfolio resource integration

Windsor, CO, Jan. 13, 2009 — Ice Energy, a provider of smart grid and distributed energy storage solutions for leveling peak energy demand, announced plans to expand its solutions offerings to focus on large scale utility deployment.

Ice Energy’s solutions for utilities integrate the company’s distributed energy storage technology, with closed loop, two-way control, and a software infrastructure to reshape the load curve, and transform energy system efficiency and reliability.

Ice Energy’s solutions are designed to enable utilities to unlock the full potential of distributed load management by addressing peak system cooling loads. This makes it possible for utility companies to use cleaner, less expensive off-peak power to produce and store energy for use during peak demand periods.

Ice Energy will preview its integrated smart grid offerings for utilities at the upcoming DistribuTECH conference in San Diego, California.

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