Gallery: Barclay Tower to Be NYC’s First Intelligent Energy Storage-Pow...

Glenwood Management announced last week that Manhattan’s Barclay Tower will become the first battery-based, intelligent energy storage high rise in NYC. The tower will feature the Joule.System™, developed by Demand Energy Networks, Inc., which is capable of providing 225-kilowatts of power with 2 megawatt hours of storage for the 58-story building. This capacity will allow the tower to be more energy-efficient, and not rely solely on energy generated by a central plant during peak hours.

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  1. webbrowan November 16, 2016 at 8:34 pm
    More buildings need to come up with this system to harness energy which can be utilized during high surge period like peak hours. This will promote energy-efficiency which not only helps residents to cut down on their utilities but also promote an environmentally-friendly style of living. It is a win-win situation for all and more building developers should implement this notion to their future projects.