Hybrid energy storage system using post-mining infrastructure (HESS)
Project no 101112380 (RFCS-2022)
INSTYTUT TECHNOLOGII PALIW I ENERGII (INSTITUTE OF ENERGY AND FUEL PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY) – ITPE (Poland),
INSTYTUT TECHNIKI GORNICZEJ KOMAG (KOMAG) – KOMAG (Poland),
POLITECHNIKA SLASKA (SILESIAN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY) – SUT (Poland),
PREMOGOVNIK VELENJE DOO (PV) – PV (Slovenia),
VSB – TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF OSTRAVA (VSB – TU Ostrava) – VSB-TUO (Czech Republic).
The project aim is to develop a Hybrid Energy Storage System (HESS) using post-mining infrastructure. The analysis of the possibility of its use for parallel energy storage in: Pumped Storage Hydroelectricity system (PSH), Compressed gas – Air/CO2 Energy Storage system (CAES) and Thermal Energy Storage system (TES) will be made. The possibility of using geothermal energy and the use and potential storage of CO2 (CCS – Carbon Capture and Storage) will be determined.
The assumed total energy storage capacity will be min. 30 MWh. On the basis of the energy demand of each HESS component, a method of thermal and mechanical integration of the entire system will be developed. An algorithm for the mutual interaction between the elements of the energy storage system will be developed. Optimal cooperation of the various elements of the HESS will be supervised by an energy router which will manage energy exchanges with the national power grid for the intake of low-cost green energy and peak energy production. The single HESS energy router system will take into account the possibility of cooperation of multiple HESS systems working in a distributed system. Technical and economic and LCA analysis will form the basis for work on the construction of a pilot plant and industrial implementation of the project results. Cooperation between individual HESS components is presented below.
HESS Project Partners will realize their tasks within seven work packages.
2 226 740,2 EUR
COORDINATOR CONTACT DETAILS
Dr. hab. Eng. Krzysztof Jastrzab,
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