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Introduction - Renewable energies, markets and storage technology classification 1. Renewable Energies for power generation - Technologies, potentials, needs for balancing power 2. Classification of technologies for balancing power in grids 3. Challenges for the power supply systems - grid restrictions, demand side management, conventional power plant operation 4. Existing markets and operation profiles for grid connected storage systems - Primary control, secondary control, minute reserve, energy trading, power plant scheduling, UPS systems, self-consumption 5. Existing markets for storage systems in off-grid applications 6. Review on the need of storage capacities depending on the share of renewable energies Storage Technologies 7. Overview about non-electrochemical storage technologies 8. Hydrogen production from renewable energies - electrolyser technologies 9. Hydrogen storage technologies 10. Hydrogen conversion into electricity and thermal use 11. Reversible fuel cell 12. Energy carriers made from hydrogen 13. Lead-Acid Battery Energy Storage 14. Nickel-cadmium Battery Energy Storage 15. Sodium High Temperature Batteries Energy Storage 16. Lithium-ion Battery Energy Storage 17. Redox Flow Battery Energy Storage 18. Metal storage / Metal air (Zn, Al, Mg, Li) 19. Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors System Aspects 20. Battery management and battery diagnostics 21. Life cycle cost calculation and comparison for different reference cases and market segments 22. 'Double use' storage systems - 'PV Self-Consumption' and 'Vehicle to Grid'
Pat was awarded a Ph. D. for crystal structure analysis in 1968 by the University of Durham, U.K., and a D. Sc. for research publications in materials science, by the same university, in 1994. He worked for 23 years at the Harwell Laboratory of the U.K. Atomic Energy Authority where he brought a background of crystal structure and materials chemistry to the study of lead-acid and other varieties of battery, thus supplementing the traditional electrochemical emphasis of the subject. From1995 he was Manager of Electrochemistry at the International Lead Zinc Research Organization in North Carolina and Program Manager of the Advanced Lead-Acid Battery Consortium. In 2005 he also became President of the Consortium. Dr. Moseley was one of the editors of the Journal of Power Sources for 25 years from 1989 to 2014. In 2008 he was awarded the Gaston Plante medal by the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Prof. Dr. Jurgen Garche has more than 40 years of experience in battery and fuel cell research & development. In his academic career the focus was on material research. Thereafter, he worked on and directed cell and system development of conventional (LAB, NiCd, NiMH) and advanced (Li-Ion, NaNiCl2, Redox-Flow) batteries. His experience includes also fuel cells (mainly low temperature FCs) and supercaps. He established the battery & FC division of the ZSW in Ulm (Germany), an industry related R&D institute with about 100 scientists and technicians. His interest in battery safety goes back to the work with the very large battery safety testing center of the ZSW. In 2004 he founded the FC&Battery consulting office FCBAT; furthermore he is a senior professor at Ulm University.