Second-Life Batteries on a Gas Turbine Power Plant to Provide Area Regulation Services
AbstractBatteries are used in the electricity grid to provide ancillary services. Area regulation seems to provide substantial revenues and profit, but Li-ion batteries are still too expensive to enter widely into this market. On the other hand, electric vehicle (EV) batteries are considered inappropriate for traction purposes when they reach a state of health (SoH) of 80%. The reuse of these batteries offers affordable batteries for second-life stationary applications. This study analyzes two possible scenarios where batteries may give power and energy support to a gas turbine cogeneration power plant, and how long these batteries may last under different loads. View Full-Text
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Canals Casals, L.; Amante García, B. Second-Life Batteries on a Gas Turbine Power Plant to Provide Area Regulation Services. Batteries 2017, 3, 10.
Canals Casals L, Amante García B. Second-Life Batteries on a Gas Turbine Power Plant to Provide Area Regulation Services. Batteries. 2017; 3(1):10.Chicago/Turabian Style
Canals Casals, Lluc; Amante García, Beatriz. 2017. "Second-Life Batteries on a Gas Turbine Power Plant to Provide Area Regulation Services." Batteries 3, no. 1: 10.
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