The decarbonization of power systems at different levels (transmission, distribution, generation and consumption) requires tools for optimal management of power flows. One of these tools is the field of energy storage.
The course Electrical Energy Storage for Highly Decarbonized Systems describes the operating principles and performance of the different electrical energy storage technologies currently available, ranging from water pumped storage systems to batteries, flywheels and supercapacitors. It also formulates the role of energy storage in modern electrical power systems, emphasizing its application for the integration of renewable energy based generation systems. The course proposes the development of several practical use cases around the sizing and management of energy storage technologies. storage technologies.
To understand the working principles of energy storage technologies, as well as their applications and current business models in modern electric power systems.
If you are a professional in the energy sector and you are interested in the application of energy efficiency for the decarbonization of your business.