Prospects for wide integration of energy storage into grid systems will be enhanced with the development of market mechanisms that allow for coordinated trading of charge and discharge time. However, introduction of such mechanisms represent a challenge to traditional thinking and require added complexity and computation. Conceptually, energy storage straddles our conventional categories of transmission, distribution and generation.
What's Next for Energy Storage?
Posted: 12 Aug 2012
Authors:Dr. Ralph D. Masiello
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
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