The state-of-the-art Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKyPAC) is the first in the state constructed in accordance with the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® standard, utilizing ice thermal energy storage for utility savings and environmentally-friendly energy source.
- Meet the community’s demand for a sustainable, environmentally-conscience energy provider for new performing arts building.
- Control escalating utility costs.
- Keep audience comfortable during performances.
- Install an ice storage system in new performing arts building to keep utility costs low.
- Use Trane EarthWise™ Ice-enhanced, Air-cooled Chiller Plant (IEACCP) for an integrated design of air-cooled chillers, ice tanks, and system level controls.
- First new performing arts center in Kentucky constructed in accordance with the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED® standard.
- Meets specified energy and environmental targets.
- Patrons are comfortably engaged in the performing arts.
- Achieved first-cost and sustainable energy savings.
$6,000 Savings for a 80,000 square-foot building using ice storage technology
“Customers are faced with high energy costs and Trane and CALMAC have collaborated together to provide a simple, proven, cost-effective way to deal with them. This innovative solution gives everyone an advanced starting point that saves time and money.” – Mark Weldy, Trane Vice President of Integrated Systems