Electrochemical energy storage systems and end-use of electrical power

Energy_Storage_systems
The possibility to accurately model the power/energy flexibilities of both elechtrochemical energy storage systems and electricity demand is the core aspect to quantify their contribution to grid services.
The areas covered by the research are:
  1. Advanced modelling of electrochemical energy storage systems.
  2. Study of ageing mechanisms of electrochemical storage devices.
  3. Modelling and quantification of services provided by demand-side management.
  4. Definition of cluster of ancillary services provided by flexible energy storage systems.

Validation of an advanced control algorithms based on short-term forecasting of PV generation (RE Demo)

R. K. Gupta; M. Paolone 

2021-03-11

Compilation of real-time control strategies for heterogeneous resources at MV and LV

A. Zecchino; R. K. Gupta; P. Grammatikos; M. Paolone 

2021-03-11

Operation of the battery storage systems for grid control, feeder dispatching (RE Demo)

A. Zecchino; R. K. Gupta; M. Paolone 

2021-03-12

Operation of the battery storage systems for grid control, feeder dispatching

F. Sossan; E. Namor; M. Paolone 

2018-01-10

Sizing and siting of a utility scale distributed battery energy storage system

M. Nick; M. Paolone 

2017-12-01

Local Effects of Grid-Forming Converters Providing Frequency Regulation to Bulk Power Grids

A. Zecchino; F. Gerini; Y. Zuo; R. Cherkaoui; E. Vagnoni et al. 

2022-02-24.  2021 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies – Asia (ISGT 2021), Brisbane, Australia, December 5-8, 2021. DOI : 10.1109/ISGTAsia49270.2021.9715628.

Experimental facility for reduced scale model testing of hydraulic machines hybridized with a battery energy storage system

F. Gerini; E. Vagnoni; M. Seydoux; R. Cherkaoui; M. Paolone 

2021-01-01. 30th IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems (IAHR), ELECTR NETWORK, Mar 21-26, 2021. p. 012119. DOI : 10.1088/1755-1315/774/1/012119.

Impact of battery energy storage systems on the dynamic behavior of low-inertia power grids

Y. Zuo / M. Paolone; F. Sossan (Dir.)  

Lausanne, EPFL, 2021. 

A VSC-Based BESS Model for Multi-Objective OPF Using Mixed Integer SOCP

T. Wu; Y. J. Zhang; X. Tang 

2020-01-01. IEEE-Power-and-Energy-Society General Meeting (PESGM), ELECTR NETWORK, Aug 03-06, 2020. DOI : 10.1109/PESGM41954.2020.9282023.

Operational-Driven Optimal-Design of a Hyperloop System

D. Tudor; M. Paolone 

Transportation Engineering. 2021-06-16. Vol. 5, p. 100079. DOI : 10.1016/j.treng.2021.100079.