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Energy storage systems are often called the holy grail of energy. They are regularly touted as a solution to fixing the nation’s aging power grid, a critical tool in increasing the spread of renewable energy and a bridge between the needs of utilities and their customers.
The International Code Council, in collaboration with the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC), has released a new guide, Energy Storage Systems: Based on the IBC, IFC, IRC and NEC, which is available on IREC’s Clean Energy Clearinghouse. The guide was developed with the help of building officials, emergency services, planners, architects and engineers to safely plan, design, build and permit energy storage systems (ESS) in the built environment.
The guide will serve as a reference to a variety of ESS technologies, including:
Printable checklists for document reviews and inspections are also included. The guide is available as a free PDF download or can be purchased in print. The Code Council will also make the guide available with an ICC Digital Codes Premium Singles or Premium Complete subscription.
Dan Hounsell is senior editor of the facilities market. He has more than 25 years of experience writing about facilities maintenance, engineering and management.
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