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Electrical Energy Storage to Make Wind and Solar PV Resources Disptatchable

Published 25 April 2016 | By Energy Exemplar

The transitioning to a lower carbon emissions path in most regions of the world has driven significant investments in alternative renewable sources of electrical energy with particular focus on solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind technologies. The typical argument against these technologies are issues related to their variability and unpredictability and management thereof. This paper attempts to show the value that electrical energy storage could add to a power system that includes a share of solar PV and wind. More specifically, the ability of energy storage to make these intermittent resources dispatchable.

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Electrical Energy Storage to Make Wind and Solar PV Resources Disptatchable