Development of a decentralized small battery energy storage network to compensate for schedule deviations

F. Moisl, M. Pichler, G. Chasparis, K. Leonhartsberger, G. Lettner. Development of a decentralized small battery energy storage network to compensate for schedule deviations. pages 169-174, 9, 2017.

Autoren
  • Fabian Moisl
  • Mario Pichler
  • Georgios Chasparis
  • Kurt Leonhartsberger
  • Georg Lettner
BuchNEIS 2017: Conference on Sustainable Energy Supply and Energy Storage Systems
TypIn Konferenzband
VerlagVDE Verlag
ISBN978-3-8007-4445-9
Monat9
Jahr2017
Seiten169-174
Abstract

This paper investigates the potential use of a network of distributed battery storage systems to provide flexibility in the form of imbalance energy to a balancing group (BG). A methodology to calculate the flexibility potential of such a network is introduced and applied to a simulated battery storage network (BSN) consisting of 89 storage units. Moreover, a conceptualization including several alternatives of a decentralized optimization framework for electricity balancing groups that efficiently utilize energy storage systems, together with a brief overview of potential implementation technologies, is proposed.