01/11/1993 Business Engineering
DOI: 10.1177/014362449301400401 SemanticScholar ID: 109595699 MAG: 2004274211

Ice thermal storage: Theoretical study of the implications of the deregulated electricity market in England and Wales

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The forthcoming expansion of the electricity contract market in England and Wales in April 1994 will have far-reaching consequences on energy usage in buildings. This paper examines the effect of the expansion on the utilisation of ice thermal storage within the England and Wales. Electricity pool selling prices are analysed, and a cost study is carried out to compare ice storage operating costs under a pool based contract with those incurred while running under a maximum-demand tariff.

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