Energy Harvesting and Energy Storage Systems

Edited by
March 2022
256 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3710-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-3709-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Energy Harvesting and Energy Storage Systems that was published in

Computer Science & Mathematics
Physical Sciences

This book discuss the recent developments in energy harvesting and energy storage systems. Sustainable development systems are based on three pillars: economic development, environmental stewardship, and social equity. One of the guiding principles for finding the balance between these pillars is to limit the use of non-renewable energy sources.

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photovoltaic; parameter extraction; single-diode model; double-diode model; swarm intelligence; photovoltaic; TSA; parameter extraction; single-diode model; double-diode model; swarm intelligence; wind energy; renewable resources; Black–Scholes model; AC-DC converter; shunt regulator; full bridge rectifier; electrostatic vibration energy harvesting; fully integrated; IoT; charge pump; energy harvesting; thermoelectric; IoT; energy storage system (ESS); battery management system (BMS); battery efficiency; state of charge (SoC); state of health (SoH); energy harvesting; on-chip integration; power management; supercapacitor; storage unit; unbalanced distribution networks; linear loads; non-linear loads; total harmonic distortion; harmonic power flow; proton exchange membrane fuel cell; parameter identification; optimization; energy storage; arithmetic optimization; microgrid; PLL; RTDS; direct power control; fuzzy logic; voltage source inverter; energy harvesting; IoMT devices; energy autonomous; wearables; energy-storage; energy management; fog edge computing; task offloading; deep learning; reinforced learning; IoMT; parameter identification; sooty tern optimization; energy harvesting; arithmetic optimization; distributed generation; microgrid; equilibrium optimization technique; wind turbines; photovoltaics; biomass generators; n/a