Energy storage

Energy storage systems are fundamental to the operation of power systems. They establish continuity of energy supply and develop the reliability of the system. Energy storage systems can be in many forms and sizes. The size, amount, and scalability of an energy storage system extremely depend on the form of the stored energy. Energy can be stored as potential, kinetic, chemical, electromagnetic, thermal, etc.

For example, chemical batteries are well suitable for small systems ranging from watches and computers to building backup systems but are still valuable when megawatt scales are considered. Pumped hydropower storage, on the other hand, which stores massive amounts of energy in the form of potential energy of water, can be begin only in large power systems.


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