We Store Heat in Salt

NeoTES’ patent-pending heat storage cell technology distinguishes itself significantly from conventional brick Electric Thermal Storage (ETS) units currently available. We use the superior heat storage capacity of salt hydrate solutions to store heat with comparable heat storage density to brick ETS units. 

A key differentiation is that our heat storage cells remain below 120˚C, whereas brick ETS units reach internal temperatures up to 600°C. Lower operating temperatures are inherently safer and greatly simplify enclosure design.

Our heat storage technology has both short-term and long-term storage capabilities. Our unique ability to retain heat long-term without heat loss gives us a significant advantage over brick ETS units during unanticipated periods of low heating demand (fall/spring). 

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How We Save You Money

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Time-of-Day rates are a financial incentive offered by utility companies to encourage customers to use electricity during off-peak periods. The rates depend on the jurisdiction however, usually change based on the time of day, day of week, and season. For example, in Ontario and Nova Scotia the off-peak rates can offer significant savings of up to 50%.

ThermoBank™ uses NeoTES' heat storage cell technology, storing heat during low rate periods and releasing it during high rate periods.

 

Become Part of the smart grid

Demand Side Management (DSM) is one of the main ingredients to having an effective smart grid. NeoTES' technology offers you the opportunity to heat your home more effectively through our state-of-the-art DSM heat storage solution. 

NeoTES is committed to empowering electricity consumers by making a heat storage solution that is more efficient, affordable and comfortable.  

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“NeoTES is working on a new heat storage system that can be more easily retrofitted in homes than traditional ceramic block storage. That type of targeted research support spawns solutions and develops new business opportunities.”
— Nova Scotia's Department of Energy Electricity Plan 2015-2040