Design and analysis of reversible solid oxide cell systems for electrical energy storage
Electrical energy storage is projected to be a critical component of the future world energy system, performing load-leveling operations to enable increased penetration of renewable and distributed generation. Reversible solid oxide cell (ReSOC) technology has the potential to play a major role in stationary electrical energy storage markets. ReSOCs operate in two distinct modes: fuel producing (electrolysis mode) and power producing (fuel cell mode). A stand-alone energy storage system is realized from this technology by coupling the two operating modes with intermediate storage of reactant and ...
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