Energy Storage for Power Systems

Energy Storage for Power Systems

Hardback Iee Energy, No 6

By (author) Andrei Ter-Gazarian

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  • Publisher: Institution of Engineering and Technology
  • Format: Hardback | 242 pages
  • Dimensions: 152mm x 236mm x 20mm | 499g
  • Publication date: 1 September 1994
  • Publication City/Country: Stevenage
  • ISBN 10: 0863412645
  • ISBN 13: 9780863412646
  • Illustrations note: index

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The supply of energy from primary sources is not constant and rarely matches the pattern of demand from consumers. The secondary storage of energy is therefore required both for more efficient use of existing generation capacity and to allow more substantial use of renewable energy sources that tend to provide energy intermittently. This study describes the different types of energy storage available. It not only shows how use of the various types of storage can benefit the management of power supply systems, but also extends this to consider more substantial possibilities that arise from integrating a combination of different storage devices into a system.

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Table of contents

Part 1 The use of energy storage: trends in power system development; energy storage as a structural unit of a power system; storage applications. Part 2 Energy storage techniques: thermal energy storage; flywheel storage; pumped hydro storage; compressed air energy storage; hydrogen and other synthetic fuels; electrochemical energy storage; capacitor bank storage; superconducting magnetic energy storage; considerations on the choice of a storage system. Part 3 Power system considerations: integration of energy storage systems; effect of energy storage on the transient regimes; optimizing energy storage in a power system.