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Vanadium energy storage system concepts for telecommunications applications

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2 Author(s)
Hawkins, J.M. ; Telepower Australia Pty Ltd., Knoxfield, Vic., Australia ; Robbins, T.

The vanadium redox battery (VRB) is a flow battery technology that has technical performance characteristics which are attractive for a number of industrial energy storage applications, including diesel-abatement concepts in remote area power supply (RAPS) applications, standby power plant, medium and large-scale grid-connected load-leveling, and distributed power conditioning. VRB technology is currently undergoing commercialization. The VRB exhibits considerable cost competitiveness against many conventional energy storage technologies, and has a number of unique design attributes well suited for applications within telecommunications powering infrastructure. This paper describes concepts to integrate the basic VRB into a new and unique energy storage technology-the vanadium energy storage system (VESS)-for use in telecommunications powering applications

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Telecommunication Energy Conference, 1999. INTELEC '99. The 21st International

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Jun 1999