June, 16 | 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Track 2D | Renewables and Energy Storage
CB&I (a McDermott company) | Sr. Director of Business Development
Ask the folks who own MORE THAN one
Thermal Energy Storage (TES) often meets Energy Storage needs in a manner superior to those met by batteries or other storage technologies. The proven performance and economic results of TES have been demonstrated by the many dozens of TES users who have each acquired and operate not just one, but two or more TES installations. Examples of such repeat owners are presented to illustrate various types of applications and the operational and economic benefits of TES:
1. Mission Critical Data Centers (e.g., Bank of America, DuPont Fabros, Target)
2. Turbine Inlet Cooling (e.g., Dominion Energy, Lincoln Electric Service, Saudi Electricity Co.), and
3. Peak Load Management of large cooling systems (e.g., Cal State-Fullerton, Cal State-San Bernardino, Princeton U, U of California-Davis, U of Nebraska-Lincoln, U of Texas at Austin, 3M, Boeing, Ford, GM, Honeywell, IBM, Lockheed Martin, State Farm, Toyota, and US Air Force, Army, and VA).
Larry Henkel is Senior Director Business Development for CBI Services, Inc. (a McDermott company) and is based in Plainfield, Illinois, U.S.A. from where he manages nation-wide sales of field-erected storage structures including Thermal Energy Storage (TES) tanks. Mr. Henkel has had 39 years of experience in various roles with CB&I companies, in assignments around the world.