Store Energy today, for tomorrow

by RAJ KAMAL Technology, Travel,Health & Medical

Over a few decades, with Government push through policies or environmental alarms, people are striving hard to evolve, adapt and innovate energy consumption ways, at the back of evolving energy requirements and advances in technology. Balancing production and usage to create a more flexible and reliable system and preserve the energy of the ecosystem is all about Energy Storage Systems. Identifying traces when there is more supply than demand and utilising it for further storage is all about Energy Storage Systems.

Storage is an enabling technology!

Augmenting resources from all sources of energy: wind, solar, hydro, nuclear and fossil fuels for system efficiency which can be turned into a generation, transmission or a distribution asset for further use. This further saves the consumer money, improves reliability, streamline and integrate generation systems and most importantly help reduce and tackle environmental impacts.

From wide arrays of technological approaches, Energy Storage Systems create resilient energy infrastructure and as said cost-saving for utilities and consumers. Since the advent of electricity, we have been striving to get effective methods to store its production for further consumption. Batteries were the biggest boon to this. This electrochemical storage solution which converts stored chemical energy to electrical energy for further use serves as the best storage. Then we have Thermal Energy which captures the heat of summers and cold of winters for energy use on-demand through solar panels and more. Mechanical storages, storage kinetic or gravitational energy for electricity storage which can be used later on. Hydrogen converts excess electricity generation into hydrogen via electrolysis, which is further stored for future use. Lastly, we have pumped Hydropower who create large scale reservoirs of energy with water.

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About RAJ KAMAL Committed     Technology, Travel,Health & Medical

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