2021-06-24
ETR for Stationary Storage Technologies: Part I

ETR for Stationary Storage Technologies: Part I

are able to provide specific and to-the-point information to a wide range of audience who are interested in learning about these new technologies. The review is prepared keeping in mind that the readers may be from very different backgrounds and we hope that the concepts and information presented will help all decisions makers from industry as well as from the government.

Table of Contents

  1. Motivation and Objectives of this Technology Review
  2. Executive Summary
A. Classification of Stationary Storage Applications
  • Long duration and short duration applications
  • Renewable backup, frequency regulation, solar and wind smoothing, UPS, microgrids
  • Application specific requirements of Energy Storage Technologies
B. Stationary Storage Technologies Part I: Flow Batteries
  • Existing and next generation chemistries
  • System design and Performance characteristics
  • Price breakdown of VRB systems: Vanadium requirement
  • Global deployments of Flow Batteries
  • Product specifications and application suitability
C. Stationary Storage Technologies Part II: High Temperature Batteries
  • Construction and design
  • Historical development and improvements
  • Performance characteristics and Applications
  • Company offerings and application case studies
D. Stationary Storage Technologies Part IV: Zn-air Batteries
  • Historical developments and improvements
  • System design and performance characteristics
  • Company offerings and applications
E. Stationary Storage Technologies Part V: Fuel Cells
  • Comparison of Fuel Cell Technologies
  • SOFC (Solid Oxide Fuel Cells)
  • PAFC (Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells)
  • PEMFC (Hydrogen Fuel Cells)
  • PEM Electrolyzers: Green Hydrogen Production
  • Fuel cells vs. Conventional power generation

Key questions the report answers

  • Which technologies are suitable for stationary storage applications and what improvements can be expected in the next 3-5 years?
  • Which technologies are on the horizon and will be commercially manufactured and available soon?
  • How are these technologies superior in performance to existing storage solutions?
  • What are the performance characteristics of large scale storage technologies such as flow batteries, NAS and Zn-air batteries?
  • What are the recent developments in Fuel cell technologies and how do the different types of fuel cells differ in performance?
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