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Economic assessment of energy storage systems.

Gazey, Ross; Ali, Dallia; Aklil, Daniel; Finney, Stephen

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Ross Gazey

Daniel Aklil

Stephen Finney



Abstract

The Scottish Government's ambitious national target is to achieve renewable generation of 80% by the year 2020. Existing electrical infrastructure in becoming increasingly constrained. Electrolysis as a network deferrable balancing load has the potential to offer a cost effective solution. H2 technology is getting close to other electrochemical energy storage technologies where otherwise 'vented' O2 is utilised. When looking at electricity only, cost of H2 technology has to reduce to become as competitive with other ESS.

Citation

GAZEY, R., ALI, D., AKLIL, D. and FINNEY, S. 2011. Economic assessment of energy storage systems. Presented at the 2011 IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) Renewable power generation conference (IET RPG 2011), 6-8 September 2011, Edinburgh, UK.

Presentation Conference Type Lecture
Conference Name 2011 IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) Renewable power generation conference (IET RPG 2011)
Conference Location Edinburgh, UK
Start Date Sep 6, 2011
End Date Sep 8, 2011
Deposit Date Dec 6, 2022
Publicly Available Date Dec 6, 2022
Keywords Energy storage systems; Renewable power
Public URL https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/1831438

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