• OpenAccess
  • Research on New Compressed Air Energy Storage Technology  [APPEEC 2013]
  • DOI: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B004   PP.22 - 25
  • Author(s)
  • Xian Ma, Jingtian Bi, Weili Chen, Zhisen Li, Tong Jiang
  • In recent years, wind power generation and photovoltaic power generation have been developing rapidly, and the installed capacity of the new resources generation has been keeping a fast growth every year. But with the incorporation into the grid, the new resources generation that has the properties such as randomness and volatility causes certain risks to the power grid, which results in the falling of the incorporation proportion instead of rising. This paper describes the current status and development problems of the new energy in China, and gives a brief introduction of characteristics of various energy storage technologies. This paper focuses on the analysis of the compressed air energy storage technology in recent years and new developments and the latest technology at home and abroad, additionally, the paper introduces a new concept of the compressed air energy storage system.
  • New Energy; Wind Power; Power Storage Technology; Compressed Air Energy Storage
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