Electrochemical Energy Storage for Renewable Sources and Grid Balancing
  • Release Date : 27 October 2014
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Categories : Technology & Engineering
  • Pages : 492 pages
  • ISBN 13 : 9780444626103
  • ISBN 10 : 0444626107
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Synopsis : Electrochemical Energy Storage for Renewable Sources and Grid Balancing written by Patrick T. Moseley, published by Newnes which was released on 27 October 2014. Download Electrochemical Energy Storage for Renewable Sources and Grid Balancing Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Electricity from renewable sources of energy is plagued by fluctuations (due to variations in wind strength or the intensity of insolation) resulting in a lack of stability if the energy supplied from such sources is used in ‘real time’. An important solution to this problem is to store the energy electrochemically (in a secondary battery or in hydrogen and its derivatives) and to make use of it in a controlled fashion at some time after it has been initially gathered and stored. Electrochemical battery storage systems are the major technologies for decentralized storage systems and hydrogen is the only solution for long-term storage systems to provide energy during extended periods of low wind speeds or solar insolation. Future electricity grid design has to include storage systems as a major component for grid stability and for security of supply. The technology of systems designed to achieve this regulation of the supply of renewable energy, and a survey of the markets that they will serve, is the subject of this book. It includes economic aspects to guide the development of technology in the right direction. Provides state-of-the-art information on all of the storage systems together with an assessment of competing technologies Features detailed technical, economic and environmental impact information of different storage systems Contains information about the challenges that must be faced for batteries and hydrogen-storage to be used in conjunction with a fluctuating (renewable energy) power supply