Strathclyde University spin-out Smarter Grid Solutions has successfully completed the second phase of a project aiming to demonstrate the benefits of fast-acting hybrid batteries connected to electricity networks. The project, which is funded by the Korea Battery Industry Association (KBIA), demonstrates the benefits of using hybrid energy storage systems to enhance the capacity of electricity grids and microgrids when electricity demand is low and generation is high. The project is supported by the University of Strathclyde’s Power Networks Demonstration Centre (PNDC), in Cumbernauld, Greater Glasgow.
Future Scot 29th Aug 2017 read more »
Solarcentury refutes findings of new scientific study suggesting home battery storage systems teamed with solar PV are not economically viable. Home battery storage systems complementing residential solar arrays could actually end up leaving residents financially worse off, if the results of a new scientific study are to be believed.
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