A REVIEW OF BATTERY-SUPERCAPACITOR HYBRID ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM SCHEMES FOR POWER SYSTEM APPLICATION
Divya Deewan#1, Priyanka Maheshwari#2 , Sanjay Jain#3
#1M.tech scholar, #2Assistant professor,#3 HOD, Sri Satya Sai College of Engineering Department
Bhopal M.P. India
Abstract — The paper discusses typical hybrid Energy storage applications in power systems, Such as frequency and voltage regulation, demand management, load shaving and energy arbitrage. The review has provided the state of the art in the field of battery supercapacitor hybrid energy storage topologies for power systems application . A comparison of advantages and disadvantages of the passive, the semi-active and the active dc and ac schemes has been made. The parallel active hybridization scheme has been chosen as the most appropriate solution for power system application. The review has proven relevancy of the research in the field. The steps for the future research have been identified.
Keywords battery, super capacitor, hybrid energy storage system
Power systems around the world are changing. Simultaneously with the increase in power consumption, it is necessary to find a way to solve the problem of global warming due to the greenhouse effect and high CO2 concentration in the atmosphere. A need for a greener energy drives the employment of the renewable energy resources and electric transport. The drawback of wind and solar energy utilization is the volatility and intermittence of the power supply. The electric vehicles integration into power systems results in stochastic behaviour and frequent changes of the load. In the new conditions, the operation of the power grids becomes more complicated than it used to be. In order to overcome these technical problems, new technologies concepts are being developed such as demand side management, smart grids, microgrids and energy storage system. Development of the new types of electrical energy storage and their massive production is making their cost competitive and the technology become applicable in power systems.
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