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Energy Storage Course


Roles of storage in the electricity grid

– Electricity markets

– Types of energy storage systems (e.g. Li-ion, Vanadium redox flow batteries, etc.)

– Components of energy storage

Essential elements – Life cycle phases and planning

– Performance indicators/reliability

– Sizing


– Warranty/safety items

– Contracting, actors and responsibilities

Business models

– Value of flexibility

– Levelised cost of storage (LCOS)

– Technology/market combinations

– Examples/case studies

Risk in energy storage

– Risks & risk mitigation

– Safety, health and environmental aspects

– Design FMECA/Operational FMECA

– Standards

Types of electrical energy storage and key characteristics

Parameters for electrical energy storage

Operational characteristics of electrical storage

Costs and pricing

Integration of energy storage into electrical grids

Small scale battery storage systems

The role of energy storage in off-grid, renewable energy systems

Types and applications of thermal energy storage

Future developments in energy storage

Who should attend:

  • Electrical engineers
  • Mechanical engineers
  • System engineers
  • Project engineers
  • Program managers
  • Technical leaders
  • System integrators
  • Electric power generation and utility engineers

Learning outcomes:

In this course, you will:

  • Understand batteries’ basic chemistry
  • Identify the advantage and disadvantages of using alternative battery types
  • Understand the figure of merits, energy, and power density limits of each electrical energy storage component type
  • Examine battery testing standards, battery charging systems and state of charge measurement techniques
  • Learn about hybrid systems using batteries
  • Understand safety and second-life use of batteries
  • Learn about a variety of applications such as automotive and grid-energy storage systems
  • Calculating the efficiency of charging cycles for different energy storage systems.
  • Design energy and power needs of simple hybrid systems based on output and energy capacity.