Battery Technologies in Renewable Energy Applications

Battery Technologies in Renewable Energy Applications from Industrial Batteries Limited

By: Industrial Batteries Limited  03/11/2009
Keywords: renewable energy, batteries, battery

  Industrial Batteries (UK) Limited – IBLUK – as part of their developing a range of technical papers covering nickel-cadmium industrial batteries and battery applications have released a new document concerning renewable energy applications.   This range of documents is aimed to support customers’ requirements when making commercial/technical decisions  
There are currently three comprehensive documents of this type and these are available on request from the company.  
This latest document describes the requirements of energy storage in various types of energy storage applications and the relevance of battery storage in these applications.
 
The main topics covered in this paper are:
·         Renewable energy storage applications and requirements
·         Battery system design considerations.
·         Battery technologies
·         Battery system cost, reliability and performance issues
·         Economic Factors
·         Environmental safety.  
To obtain a copy of the paper, please visit our web site www.ibluk.co.uk  and complete the ‘Request White Paper’ on-line order form.  

Industrial Batteries (UK) Limited - IBLUK – is the main distributor of Alcad Industrial Nickel-Cadmium Batteries in the United Kingdom.    In addition to assisting the customer in their choice of battery and battery stand, we can also offer an extensive selection of approved accessories, a technical consultancy service, user training and a battery replacement and recycling service.

Keywords: Application Engineering, batteries, battery, battery supplier, Battery Training, industrial batteries, Industrial Battery, Low Maintenance Batteries, nicad, Nickel Cadmium, Nickel Cadmium Batteries, Nickel-cadmium Batteries, renewable energy, Storage Batteries,

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