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Energy Storage


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  • About the Editor
  • The subject of energy storage is extremely important for the increased utilization of renewable energies such as solar and wind energy in times when their sources (e.g. the sun and wind) are unavailable. The ability to store energy can also level out the demand curve for electricity and thus lead to a decrease in the peak requirements of energy production. A storage system for ground transportation is also important as a potential replacement for fossil fuel powered transportation.

    Energy Storage offers a comprehensive look at the possible approaches to energy storage, which are relevant to various situations; from smoothing demand in electrical energy production, applications of energy storage, to transportation. The book covers a variety of approaches to the storage of energy. Beginning with a discussion of the critical importance of energy storage, the book discusses various possible storage options including hydro storage, compressed air energy storage, and electrical and chemical storage in batteries, capacitors and fuel cells. There is also a chapter on the mechanical storage of energy with flywheels using advanced materials. The various applications to power production and transportation are also included. The expertise and active involvement of the authors of the various chapters ensures that the information is reliable, current, and forward looking.

  • Gerard M Crawley is the President of Marcus Enterprises LLC based in North Carolina. Previously, Professor Crawley served as the Director of the Frontiers Engineering and Science Directorate of Science Foundation Ireland from 2004–2007. Prior to this, Professor Crawley served as the Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics at the University of South Carolina, USA, from 1998–2004.

ISBN: 9789813208957
Cover Type: Hardcover
Page Count: 320
Year Published: 2017