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Characteristics and applications of energy storage system to power network - A review

Arangarajan, Vinayagam, Maung Than Oo, Amanullah, Chandran, Jaideep, Shafiullah, G. M. and Stojcevski, Alex 2014, Characteristics and applications of energy storage system to power network - A review, in ICRESD 2014 : Proceedings of the International Symposium on Engineering and Technology, Trinity College of Engineering and Technology-Pune, India, Pune, India, pp. 344-351.

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Title Characteristics and applications of energy storage system to power network - A review
Author(s) Arangarajan, VinayagamORCID iD for Arangarajan, Vinayagam orcid.org/0000-0003-2247-1893
Maung Than Oo, Amanullah
Chandran, Jaideep
Shafiullah, G. M.
Stojcevski, Alex
Conference name Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development. Conference (2014 : Pune, India)
Conference location Pune, India
Conference dates 09-10 Jan. 2014
Title of proceedings ICRESD 2014 : Proceedings of the International Symposium on Engineering and Technology
Editor(s) [unknown]
Publication date 2014
Conference series Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development. International Conference
Start page 344
End page 351
Total pages 8
Publisher Trinity College of Engineering and Technology-Pune, India
Place of publication Pune, India
Keyword(s) energy storage system (ESS)
renewable energy
ESS characteristics
ESS applications
feasibility
Summary Maintaining reliability and stability of a power systems in transmission and distribution level becomes a big challenge in present scenario. Grid operators are always responsible to maintain equilibrium between available power generation and demand of end users. Maintaining grid balance is a bigger issue, in case of any unexpected generation shortage or grid disturbance or integration of any renewable energy sources like wind and solar power in the energy mix. In order to compensate such imbalance and to facilitate more renewable energy sources with the grid, energy storage system (ESS) started to be playing an important role with the advancement of the state of the art technology. ESS can also help to get reduction in greenhouse gas (GHG) emission by means of integrating more renewable energy sources to the grid. There are various types of Energy Storage (ES) technologies which are being used in power systems network from large scale (above 50MW) to small scale (up to 100KW). Based on the characteristics, each storage technology has their own merits and demerits. This paper carried out extensive review study and verifies merits and demerits of each storage technology and identifies the suitable technology for the future. This paper also has conducted feasibility study with the aid of E-SelectTM tool for various ES technologies in applications point of view at different grid locations. This review study helps to evaluate feasible ES technology for a particular electrical application and also helps to develop smart hybrid storage system for grid applications in efficient way.
Language eng
Field of Research 090607 Power and Energy Systems Engineering (excl Renewable Power)
Socio Economic Objective 850602 Energy Storage (excl. Hydrogen)
HERDC Research category E2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30066189

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Collection: School of Engineering
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