ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY

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Thakrit Panklib

Abstract

Energy storage systems and technologies are getting more attention. Especially in recent years, there has been an increasing campaign to promote the use of renewable or clean energy. Today, the amount of renewable energy consumption continues to increase sequentially. Most renewable energy sources occur naturally. Therefore, there are variations and changes all the time. Knowledge in the field of steadily acquired energy storage has become essential. To achieve a balance of utilization and allow effective management in addition to the use of energy storage technology to improve stability and reduce the problem of energy instability from renewable energy sources. The technology also reduces congestion in power distribution systems during times of high-power demand. It can also reduce the time and cost of construction of transmission lines. Although today the technology of energy storage systems has been developed and advanced much from the original. But some technologies are still in the research and development stage and not worth the investment. In the future, if such technology is developed and widely used, it will provide a more stable overview of the system and lower operating costs. In this academic article,
we will discuss different types of energy storage technologies. Implementation and benefits the growing demand and today's technology.

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Panklib ฐ. (2022). ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY. Journal of Energy and Environment Technology of Graduate School Siam Technology College, 9(1), 103–117. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JEET/article/view/248825
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