Power Engineering Magazine, April 2017
- Common misconceptions about energy storage
- How to assess storage options
- Practical operational concerns
- Where's the Value?
Focus: Industrial Energy Storage and EMS
Utilizing a storage system to solve a primary problem and maximize return
The primary driver to adopt a storage system may be economic, operational, or environmental. Whether the objective is cost savings, reliability, quality, or security - substantial secondary value can be realized in any or all these areas with the right application of available technologies.
A plethora of new technologies
each with distinctive strengths and shortcomings
Technical advancements are moving quickly
The complexity is manageable (and worthwhile)
with research and guidance
Technology, suppliers and agreements matter and can make a significant difference in meeting objectives.