updated on September 19, 2023

Hybrid energy storage systems - Part II: USE CASES

   20 Sept. clessidra che gira 16:00 - 17:30
TT.IV Technical Multi-Track with Parallel SYMPOSIA
Hybrid energy storage systems - Part II: USE CASES
Co-organized with ENEA
Chair: Salvatore VASTA, CNR-ITAE
The integration of different energy storage technologies in hybrid energy storage systems have the potential to revolutionize the way we store and use energy. As global energy demand continues to grow, the development of this technology will become increasingly important in ensuring a sustainable energy future. The Hybrid Energy Storage Systems session will feature presentations providing a comprehensive overview of the current state of the technology, its potential for future development, and its role in the transition to a more sustainable energy future. The session will cover a wide range of topics related to hybrid energy storage systems, including design, modeling, control and integration with renewable energy sources. The session will start with an introduction to the fundamentals of energy storage systems and the different technologies currently available. Participants will learn the advantages and disadvantages of different energy storage technologies, such as batteries, supercapacitors, P2T2P, etc. and how these technologies can be integrated to create a more efficient and reliable energy storage system. The session will therefore focus on the integration of hybrid energy storage systems with renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind energy. Presentations will discuss the challenges and opportunities of integrating these systems, including the need for advanced control strategies to ensure stable and reliable power delivery. Participants will also learn about the latest research in this area, including the use of advanced materials to improve the performance of energy storage devices. The session will also cover the potential of hybrid energy storage systems to support the integration of electric vehicles into the electricity grid. Presentations will discuss the challenges of balancing the needs of electric vehicles with those of the grid and the role advanced energy storage systems can play in addressing these challenges. The session will also cover future developments and trends in the field of hybrid energy storage systems. The session will end with a round table where participants will be able to ask questions and discuss the topics presented with the experts.

TT.IV.C.1 Vincenzo MULONE - CV
University of Tor Vergata
Hybrid electrochemical and thermal energy storage: a case study for efficient use of renewables.
!NEUTRO PPT eceded
University of Padova

Sizing and control of a Hybrid hydro-battery-flywheel storage system for frequency regulation services

!NEUTRO PPT eceded
Hybrid Energy Storage Solutions for Buildings: the HyBuild project
!NEUTRO PPT eceded
TT.IV.C.4 Alberto BENATO - CV
University of Padova
Large-Scale Thermal Energy Storage for Electricity Applications
!NEUTRO PPT eceded
Investigating the Integration of Hybrid Solar Technology and Electric Vehicles in Small Communities
!NEUTRO PPT eceded


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