Hybrid Systems, Exploiting the Competitive Advantage of New Storage Technologies to Provide Tomorrow’s Grid Services
Stream locationTheatre Storage
In this presentation EASE will provide an overview of innovative solutions to some of the problems identified by the UK system operator, using new long and short duration storage technologies.
Being an island, the UK is likely to face renewable integration challenges earlier than other countries in Europe. National Grid identified needs for black start, dynamic VAR and solutions to tackle lower levels of inertia. A hybrid system comprised of flywheels, supercapacitors and liquid air energy storage can address specific services optimising utilisation of each technology and maximizing the value delivered to the grid.
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- 09:30 Session Introduction
- 09:40 Green Methanol as CO2-Neutral, Renewable Energy Carrier
- 10:00 Results from Terna’s Experimentation on Grid-Scale Battery Storage Projects
- 10:20 Building Energy Communities, the Real Promise of Distributed Energy
- 10:40 Key Trends in the Global Battery Energy Storage Market
- 11:00 Coffee Break
- 11:30 Stationery Energy Storage System Using Second Life EV Batteries
- 11:50 Battery Storage Systems Reach Market Maturity - Applications and Projects for Ancillary Services
- 12:10 Panel Discussion