publication . Doctoral thesis . 2017

Evaluation of Dynamic Reversible Chemical Energy Storage with High Temperature Electrolysis

McVay, Derek Joseph;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2017
  • Publisher: eScholarship, University of California
  • Country: United States
Abstract
Renewable power generation is intermittent and non-dispatchable, but is steadily increasing in penetration due to lower costs associated with installation and demand for clean power generation. Without significant energy storage available to a grid with high renewable penetration, a mismatch between the load and the power available can. Furthermore, advanced high temperature nuclear reactors offer clean power generation, but only at a baseload operation scenario due to the significant thermal inertia associated with the reactor. Also, natural gas is expected to continue to play a major role during and after the transition from modest renewable use to a majority ...
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free text keywords: Mechanical engineering, electrolysis, fuel cell, hydrogen, renewable, reversible, RSOFC
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