Reduce Energy Use in Your Buildings

Phase Change Materials are the ideal solution for making buildings more energy efficient and improving building performance using thermal energy storage. The PCM stores thermal energy in a salt battery via solar or general ventilation. Using renewable energy when it’s available to generate heat or cold and store it for when it’s needed will lower energy bill drastically. These options are not only available to make green commercial buildings but will make domestic homes smart grid ready.

Pluss advanced technologies is the leading PCM developer and manufacturer with more than 15 years of experience. With a strong R&D team in India and connections with experts from universities across the world, we are your PCM expert.

Decrease AC Load

By harnessing the free cold at night and storing it as thermal energy in the ceilings or chillers, you can drastically decrease the capacity of your buildings Air Conditioning installation and its running time. Meaning both a 50% lower investment costs as well as up to 90% lower operational costs!

Shift Your Peak Load for Cost Savings

By harnessing the free cold at night and storing it as thermal energy in the ceilings or chillers, you can drastically decrease the capacity of your buildings Air Conditioning installation and its running time. Meaning both a 50% lower investment costs as well as up to 90% lower operational costs!

Off-Grid Living and Solar Energy Storage

We can help you store green energy generated by solar panels with  a heat pump or solar collectors. Running a heat-pump off of your PV power source allows the production of hot water. This hot water can heat the water in a buffer vessel, floors and radiators.

Additionallywith the use of Phase change materials you can increase the thermal energy storage capacity of the floor or the buffer vessel. The heat pump’s operating time can be limited to only the daytime using the generated solar power.

The COP of a heat pump is higher during the day than it is during the cold nights. As a result, you can generate more kilowatts of heat and store it for later use during the night. Alternatively, you can store  solar energy by connecting hot water coming from heat-pipes/ solar collector directly to a heat battery or PCM buffer vessel.